War Games Match (winner to recieve a WCW Title Shot at Halloween Havoc): Hulk Hogan vs. Dallas Page vs. Sting vs. Stevie Ray vs. The Warrior vs. Lex Luger vs. Bret Hart vs. Kevin Nash vs. ... See full summary »
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War Games Match (winner to recieve a WCW Title Shot at Halloween Havoc): Hulk Hogan vs. Dallas Page vs. Sting vs. Stevie Ray vs. The Warrior vs. Lex Luger vs. Bret Hart vs. Kevin Nash vs. Roddy Piper, WCW Television Title: Chris Jericho vs. fake Goldberg, WCW Cruiserweight Title: Juventud Guerrera vs. Silver King, Rick Steiner vs. Scott Steiner, Dean Malenko vs. Curt Hennig, Perry Saturn vs. Raven, Konnan vs. Scott Hall, Jim Neidhart & Davey Boy Smith vs. Disco Inferno & Alex Wright, Ernest Miller vs. Norman Smiley Written by Anonymous

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13 September 1998 (USA)  »

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Final WCW PPV appearance for "Ravishing" Rick Rude. See more »

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Terrible. Absolutely terrible.
24 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am only writing this review because this is the last time that a war games match was ever featured. War Games is my all time favorite gimmick match and it was ruined like so many careers in late WCW. And it was not even a true War Games. The (Ultimate) Warrior was in this event and they were hyping the botched Hogan/Warrior 2 match. The War Games are supposed to be a team on team. But this made no sense as there were three "teams" and yet it was "every man for himself." and unlike any other war games pin falls count. It pitted Hogan-vs-Bret Hart-vs-Stevie Ray(nwo)-vs-Luger-vs-Nash-vs-Sting(wolfpac)-vs-Piper-vs-The Ultimate Warrior-vs-DDP. The ending is beyond crap. And the other matches were enormous let downs, especially when I see that they have no clue what to do with Davey Boy Smith the British Bulldog and also the feud between Curt Hennig and Dean Malenko should have yielded many, many classic technical matches, instead like with all nwo matches, they ended in a run-in. The only good part about this is when it ended and I realized I borrowed it from a friend and never shelled out the $30 to buy it.


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