WCW Title: Hulk Hogan vs. The Butcher, WCW U.S. Title: Jim Duggan vs. Vader, WCW TV Title: Johnny B. Badd vs. Arn Anderson, Sting vs. Avalanche, Mr. T vs. Kevin Sullivan, Harlem Heat vs. ... See full summary »
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WCW Title: Hulk Hogan vs. The Butcher, WCW U.S. Title: Jim Duggan vs. Vader, WCW TV Title: Johnny B. Badd vs. Arn Anderson, Sting vs. Avalanche, Mr. T vs. Kevin Sullivan, Harlem Heat vs. The Nasty Boys, Alex Wright vs. Jean Paul Levesque Written by Anonymous

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27 December 1994 (USA)  »

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The original planned main event for this PPV was going to be Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair, then it got changed to Hogan vs. Sting, and was then changed again to Hogan vs. Vader, which was the way it was going until Hogan abruptly changed his mind about it and suggested his friend Ed Leslie a.k.a. The Butcher as his Starrcade opponent. However, Hogan still agreed to work with Vader in 1995 after this PPV. See more »

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Average wrestling video, highlighted by Mr. T match.
21 October 2001 | by (Princeton Jct. NJ) – See all my reviews

This was an average card with few matches of note. Particularly bad is the main event with the aging Hulk Hogan squaring off against the Butcher. The highlight of the card is the ONLY singles wrestling match ever for Mr. T. Mr. T battles Kevin Sullivan, it may not be a battle for the ages, but at least it is a good battle for the 5 or so minutes it is on the screen. Although he's tied up by his own sweatshirt for most of the match, as always Mr. T is fun to watch. If only you could say that about the rest of this tape.


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