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8 items from 2015


10 Most Memorable WWE Raw Moments From 1998

25 February 2015 10:30 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Fresh off of the creative momentum that the WWF saw in 1997, the company had a lot to prove in 1998. They needed to prove the previous year wasn’t a fluke, and they had to build on said momentum to try and bridge the gap between Raw’s ratings and the numbers that WCW’s Monday Nitro was bringing in every week. Nitro was still on fire, as well, as the rise of Goldberg was a huge story, so the WWF couldn’t afford to slip up.

Stone ColdSteve Austin was still on his quest to dominate the wrestling world. Degeneration X was still pushing all the boundaries they could. Coming off of the Montreal Screwjob, Vince’s Mr. McMahon character was, perhaps, the biggest heel in the business. The Rock, Triple H, The Undertaker, Kane, Mankind and more were all helping to round out one of the »

- Aaron Hyden

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8 Steps To Booking WCW One Night Stand

20 February 2015 11:27 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

The World Championship Wrestling brand name is still something that WWE likes to promote even though the company died 14 years ago. In the buildup to Triple H’s confrontation with Sting, Hunter loves to mention that Sting was the main guy in WCW and that Sting avoided going to WWE because he was scared of Hunter. It’s a decent selling point for what will be a big match. It’s also another example of WWE trying to make money off the WCW name.

There have been numerous WWE DVDs produced in the last 14 years featuring WCW performers. Whether it’s tribute DVDs about the New World Order, Goldberg, Sting, Ric Flair or compilations about the very best of Monday Nitro, WWE has tried to milk WCW for all its worth. One of the big selling points of WWE Network was the “Monday Night War” documentary series that featured the Raw vs. »

- John Canton

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Ranking 10 WCW Stars’ First Major WWE Matches

10 February 2015 7:20 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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It’s hard to put into words for the younger generation just how massive a moment it was when Vince McMahon was addressing fans on Raw in Cleveland, Ohio, also appearing on the big screen at WCW Monday Nitro in Panama City, Florida on March 26, 2001.

That date was the final episode of World Championship Wrestling flagship telecast, and the show was notable for ending with a match between two men who perhaps personified the promotion more than any other, Ric Flair and Sting. McMahon announced on the show that he had bought WCW, and now held the fate of the company in his very hands – it was groundbreaking news, and history in the making.

Finally, in 2015, it seems like Sting will have his first match in WWE. It’s been a long time coming, many fans felt he’d surely make the jump once McMahon bought over his competition, »

- Jamie Kennedy

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10 Most Memorable WWE Raw Moments From 1995

1 February 2015 1:08 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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After two full years on the air, 1995 really changed things for Monday Night Raw. The WWF was still trying to make things work for themselves, but the introduction of Nitro from WCW brought on the “Monday Night War”, and things simply took off from there.

Gone were the stars of “yesterday” like Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage, and Vince McMahon was out to create the next batch of stars that would help carry the promotion moving forward. People like Shawn Michaels and Diesel became especially important coming into the year, with Bret Hart continuing to shine brightly.

While the Attitude Era had yet to officially get underway, the seeds for it were planted in 1995, as the company began to slowly move away from the cartoony product of past years, into a more adult-friendly product. It would be a slow transition overall, but this is the year it began, »

- Aaron Hyden

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10 WCW Successes Nobody Talks About

23 January 2015 6:18 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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When wrestling fans think back to the days of World Championship Wrestling, negativity is almost always the first port of call. It seems to be in vogue to laugh at WCW, because, let’s face it, the company did some truly laughable things. Towards the end of the promotion’s shelf life in 2001, the place was a complete mess, Nitro was unwatchable, and Pay-Per-Views were a complete wreck.

It’s fascinating to look back on this time, because just a few years prior to WCW’s collapse, the company stood tall as the hottest thing pro wrestling had to offer. Creations such as the nWo caught on quick, and turned the group from a cash-bleeding failure into a money-making success.

It’s not unfair to say that some of the absolute worst moments in wrestling history took place under the WCW banner, including the likes of actor David Arquette winning the World Title, »

- Jamie Kennedy

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7 Things You Should Know About WWE Royal Rumble 1999

18 January 2015 9:24 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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The 1999 Royal Rumble took place at a time when WWE was firmly in control of the “Monday Night War” with rival WCW Monday Nitro. Thanks to the emergence of Steve Austin as the top babyface in the business and WWE Chairman Vince McMahon as his chief rival, most wrestling fans were tuning in to see what was going to happen from week to week.

Going into the Rumble match, the big story was that somebody would get $100,000 for eliminating Austin from the match. Austin won the Rumble match the previous two years, so most people expected him to win it again just because we all figured he would main event WrestleMania 15. WWE knew what was obvious, so they decided to swerve us.

In the WWE Title picture, The Rock and Mankind had a number of matches together. Rock won the WWE Title at Survivor Series when he turned heel. »

- John Canton

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7 Things You Should Know About WWE Royal Rumble 1995

12 January 2015 2:17 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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It wasn’t the best of times for WWE as they headed to the 1995 Royal Rumble. Business was down and there was a lack of excitement towards the product. Sound familiar?

Diesel became the next man up because he won the WWE Title a few months prior to this. It was one year earlier at the Royal Rumble where he really got a chance to shine by eliminating seven guys within a few minutes. This was his first PPV title defense and it came against one of the best in the business in Bret Hart.

Another factor hurting WWE was that WCW had a lot of momentum. They signed Hulk Hogan in the summer of 1994 and then Randy Savage left too. They were doing good numbers on PPVs. Later that year they launched WCW Monday Nitro, which was another blow to WWE.

Due to everything that was going on, »

- John Canton

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10 Things We Learned From Jbl On Talk Is Jericho

6 January 2015 2:35 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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The most recent wrestling personality to appear on Chris Jericho’s Podcast One show was former WWE Champion and current announcer John Layfield, better known to fans as Jbl. The man formerly known as Bradshaw has had a lengthy career with WWE, dating back to late 1995 when he signed his contract, debuting the following January as Justin “Hawk” Bradshaw, a Texan roughneck heavily inspired by Stan Hansen.

He had a respectable career as a tag team wrestler, most notably as one half of the Apa (Acolyte Protection Agency) with Ron Simmons before a sudden dearth of name talent forced WWE to repackage him as John Bradshaw Layfiend–Jbl, for short–and shove him into the main event scene.

While his matches may not have been lighting the world on fire, he was doing his job in the ring and getting tremendous heat through his promos. The character was great at infuriating the audience, »

- Brad Hamilton

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