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Collision in Korea (1995)

TV Movie  |  Action, Sport  |  4 August 1995 (USA)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Antonio Inoki ...
Antonio Inoki
Ric Flair ...
Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tetsuo Baisho ...
Himself (as Mr. Baisho)
Chris Benoit ...
Wild Pegasus
Eric Bischoff ...
Himself - Commentator
Masahiro Chôno ...
Hiroshi Hase ...
Hiroshi Hase
Shinya Hashimoto ...
Shinya Hashimoto
Tiger Hattori ...
Tiger Hattori - Referee
Mike Hegstrand ...
Akira Hokuto ...
Herself
Tokimitsu Ishizawa ...
Tokimitsu Ishizawa
Osamu Matsuda ...
El Samurai
Yuji Nagata ...
Yuji Nagata
Bull Nakano ...
Herself - Bull Nakano
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The only 1995 WCW PPV to not receive an official VHS release in the USA. See more »

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Followed by WCW Starrcade 1995 (1995) See more »

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History-making in its own way
26 November 2003 | by (Yardville, NJ, USA) – See all my reviews

This show, while on the surface may seem like just another overseas wrestling show, is somewhat history making in that it features Americans such as Ric Flair, 2 Cold Scorpio, the Steiner Brothers, the Road Warriors, and Scott Norton stepping foot on North Korean soil. Think about that. There have probably been fewer than 100 Americans to have been allowed into North Korea over the last 53 years since the Korean War, and a high percentage of them have been professional wrestlers. Presidents have not been there, statesmen and politicians have not been there, even athletes from more "reputable" sports such as basketball, baseball, or soccer have not been there, but 2 Cold Scorpio has been to North Korea. Kind of amazing, isn't it?


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