WCW Title: Hulk Hogan vs. Sting, WCW United States Title: Dallas Page vs. Chris Benoit, WCW Tag Team Titles: The Steiner Brothers vs. The Outsiders, WCW Television Title: Rick Martel vs. ... See full summary »




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WCW Title: Hulk Hogan vs. Sting, WCW United States Title: Dallas Page vs. Chris Benoit, WCW Tag Team Titles: The Steiner Brothers vs. The Outsiders, WCW Television Title: Rick Martel vs. Booker T, with the winner to face Perry Saturn, WCW Cruiserweight Title (Title vs. Mask Match): Chris Jericho vs. Juventud Guerrera, Davey Boy Smith vs. Steve McMichael, Lex Luger vs. Randy Savage, Goldberg vs. Brad Armstrong, Disco Inferno vs. La Parka Written by Anonymous

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Hogan vs. Sting II


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22 February 1998 (USA)  »

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First WCW PPV appearance for Davey Boy Smith since Battlebowl in 1993. See more »


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Sting wins the title, Scott Steiner turns on his brother, and more on this fun PPV
20 May 2017 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from San Fransisco, CA

Attendance 12,620

Commentators are Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay & Bobby Heenan

Television Title

Rick Martel (C) Vs Booker T

The crowd LOVES Booker T. He gets a huge pop coming out. Booker T wins the title after nailing Martel in mid-air with the Harlem Side Kick. Sick finish. Unfortunately, Martel was forced to retire because of a botched hip toss from Booker T. Nobodies fault. Things happen. Good match.

***1/4 out of 5

Television Title

Booker T (C) Vs Saturn

Booker T hits the Harlem Side Kick and retains. This match wasn't as good as the previous one, but it was still above average and had some good moments. Booker was really getting a substantial push and looked like a stud here.

**3/4 out of 5

La Parka Vs Disco Inferno

Disco wins with the Chart Buster (Stunner) This was a LONG match. It felt like it was gonna go on forever. Pretty boring for the most part, aside from a couple of things here and there. Always glad to see my man, Disco get a win, though. I'm a Disco mark.

*1/2 out of 5

J.J Dillon reinstate Nick Patrick as a referee, but he won't officiate the main event tonight.

Goldberg Vs Brad Armstrong

Goldberg squashes Armstrong and the crowd goes wild.

3/4* out of 5

Mask Vs Title

Chris Jericho (C) Vs Juventud Guerrera

Juvi initially wins the title, but it's revealed Jericho had his hand on the ropes just before the three count. Jericho retains by making Juvi tap out. Jericho is such a jerk LOL. Juvi unmasks. This was a good match. They told a really good story and delivered, aside from a couple of botches.

*** out of 5

Steve McMichael Vs The British Bulldog

The Bulldog wins by submission. The controversy is that McMichael never gave up. What a stupid finish to a crappy match. Both are babyfaces, which makes it even sillier. McMichael tried his hardest, bless him. But he was terrible.

* out of 5

United States Championship

DDP (C) Vs Chris Benoit

Both are babyfaces here as well. Wow. I think it's unprecedented to have two face vs face matches back to back. DDP wins with the Diamond Cutter. DDP wasn't too over here for some odd reason. The fans didn't seem to care for him or seemed rather indifferent. Benoit was the sentimental favorite here, I think. Fans booed heavily during a close near fall during a triple German suplex from Benoit. All that aside, this was a fun match. Both worked really hard. Good psychology as well.

***1/4 out of 5


'Macho Man' Randy Savage (W/Miss Elizabeth) Vs Lex Luger

Luger is getting booed lmao, despite being the face here. Savage is in the process of turning face and is way over. WOW! Loud Luger sucks chants. Luger wins with the Rack, thanks to the nWo. Hogan says Savage is a piece of trash and deserved to get beat. Savage turns face. Crowd HATED Luger. Bad match as usual between these two.

*1/4 out of 5

Tag Team Titles

The Steiner Brothers (C) (W/Ted Dibiase) Vs The Outsiders

YAY!!!! The 9 millionth match between these two. I know what happens, but if I have to watch another match between these two, I might smash my coffee mug over my head. Scott Steiner turns on his brother and joins the nWo, allowing The Outsiders to win the tag team titles. I was never a big Big Papa Pump fan, so as memorable as this heel turn may be, it didn't really resonate with me at the time.

*3/4 out of 5

World Heavyweight Title

'Hollywood' Hulk Hogan Vs Sting

This crowd is obnoxiously pro-nWo. I love the nWo, but holy crap, don't boo Sting. Nick Patrick runs out and redeems himself...AGAIN. The nWo tries to interfere, but Randy Savage runs out and drills Hogan with a foreign object. Sting covers and wins the title. Sting spraypaints WCW on Hogan's chest. This was a mediocre match, but it had great storytelling to get it over the hump. You have to feel happy for Sting, who in reality, should have won clean at Starrcade.

This was an awesome PPV. Really, one of the best ones WCW produced in quite a while up to this point. Highly recommended from yours truly.


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