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ECW Massacre on 34th St. (2000)

Video  -  3 December 2000 (USA)
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ECW Title: Jerry Lynn vs. Justin Credible vs. Steve Corino, ECW Tag Team Titles: The Full Blooded Italians vs. Danny Doring & Amish Roadkill, ECW Television Title: Rhyno vs. Spike Dudley, ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Jerry Lynn ...
Himself
Steve Corino ...
Himself
P.J. Walker ...
Terry Gerin ...
Matt Hyson ...
Charles Spencer ...
James Maritato ...
Michael DePoli ...
Dan Morrison ...
Yoshihiro Tajiri ...
Himself
Mikey Whipwreck ...
Himself
Francisco Islas ...
David Cash ...
Michael Bucci ...
Tommy Dreamer ...
Tommy Dreamer (as Tom Laughlin)
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ECW Title: Jerry Lynn vs. Justin Credible vs. Steve Corino, ECW Tag Team Titles: The Full Blooded Italians vs. Danny Doring & Amish Roadkill, ECW Television Title: Rhyno vs. Spike Dudley, Mikey Whipwreck & Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Kid Kash & Super Crazy, C.W. Anderson vs. Tommy Dreamer, E.Z. Money vs. Balls Mahoney, Nova vs. Julio Dinero, Simon Diamond & Johnny Swinger vs. Joey Matthews & Christian York Written by Anonymous

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29 December 2006 | by (Somewhere) – See all my reviews

With this crappy new ECW this brings back memories of what Extreme Championship Wrestling once was. This was made shortly before the end of ECW. Here is a match by match account of the night.

Christian York and Joey Matthews defeated Simon Diamond and Swinger(5:38)- T'was not bad. Joey Matthews went on to find success as Joey Mercury in WWE and this is one of his great matches. 8/10

EZ Money (w/Chris Hamrick and Julio Dinero) defeated Balls Mahoney(7:52) - Balls Mahoney is and always will be an ECW Icon. In this match he shows why. EZ Money were also a good tandem. I have seen Chris Hamrick fight live for 1PW over here in England and he hasn't lost it yet. This match was a good match. 7.5/10

Nova (w/Balls Mahoney) defeated Julio Dinero (w/Chris Hamrick, EZ Money and Elektra)(5:57) - Fans of WWE will know Nova for his stint last year as Hollywood Nova in the revived bWo. Also an interesting fact is that Nova is actually also Simon Dean. In this match Nova was on top for most of it and it was actually a pretty poor match. 4/10

Danny Doring and Amish Roadkill defeated The F.B.I. (Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke) to win the ECW Tag Team Championship(9:01) - Doring and Roadkill have recently been fighting for the WWE crappy ECW. Full Blooded Italians were a WWE stable a few years back featuring Nunzio, Johnny Stamboli and Chuck Palmbo but I think Guido and Mamaluke were the best version of The F.B.I. Good match. 7/10

C.W. Anderson defeated Tommy Dreamer(16:47) - Anderson and Dreamer are two hardcore icons. This match did go on for to long however I must admit. I think Anderson and Dreamer put on a good show for 10 minutes and then it outstayed its welcome. 4.5/10

Rhino defeated Spike Dudley to retain the ECW World Television Championship(9:51) - Awful match. I like Rhino but I don't like Spike Dudley. He is like Rey Mysterio take away 100. He has a limited move set and his size dosen't help. I was glad when Rhino hit him with a chair three times at the end of the match. 2/10

The Unholy Alliance (Yoshihiro Tajiri and Mikey Whipwreck) (w/The Sinister Minister) defeated Super Crazy and Kid Kash (18:24) - Again this entire thing went on for to long. Super Crazy, Kash and Tajiri were great ECW wrestlers who have been mis-used by WWE. Let's hope Kash gets the push he deserves. Mikey Shipwreck was a cool wrestler but I never really liked him. This match was way to long. 3/10

Steve Corino (w/Jack Victory) defeated Jerry Lynn and Justin Credible (w/Francine) in a Three-Way Dance to retain the ECW World Heavyweight Championship(22:51)

Credible pinned Lynn after a That's Incredible!(11:42) Corino pinned Credible after a Old School Expulsion(22:51)

Corino deserved to win this match. I was a fan of Lynn and Corino but Credibile didn't really float my boat as it were. I just didn't like him and thats that. Corino is now enjoying a successful career in TNA which is best for him cos WWE would mis-use him and have some no good like John Cena beat him. I do think that this match again was to long but the first 11 minutes with Corino and Lynn were excellent viewing. 5/10

This event was good. There were just a few matches were dragged on. I would recommend this tape if you are interested in old school ECW.


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