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WCW Title: Hulk Hogan vs. The Giant, WCW Television Title: Dallas Page vs. Johnny B. Badd, Monster Truck Challenge: Hulk Hogan vs. The Giant, Randy Savage vs. Lex Luger, Sting & Ric Flair vs. Brian Pillman & Arn Anderson, Lex Luger vs. Meng, Randy Savage vs. The Zodiac, Sabu vs. Mr. JL, Kurasawa vs. Hawk Written by Anonymous

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All will be terrorized when "The Giant" emerges in this ghoulishly grande event See more »


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29 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Halloween Havoc  »

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First WCW PPV appearance for Kurasawa. See more »


Tony Schiavone says, "Here come Luger and Savage. Wait a minute," even though Lex Luger and Randy Savage had just run to the ring and hadn't done anything to suggest any change in loyalty on their parts. While Luger did turn on Savage, stomping him and then putting Hogan and later Savage in the Torture Rack, he had not done that at the moment that Tony said "Wait a minute." See more »


Tony Schiavone: Lex Luger has Hulk Hogan up.
Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan: In the Torture Rack. You better get an envelope to send Hulk Hogan home.
Tony Schiavone: Jimmy Hart, Lex Luger, they have all turned their back on the world champion.
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Followed by WCW Halloween Havoc (2000) See more »

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Insulting, laughable, and one of the worst PPV's I've ever seen!
27 February 2016 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from Detroit, MI

Attendance 13,000

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan

Prior to the broadcast, Ric Flair was ambushed by Arn Anderson and Brian Pillman.

Television Title

Diamond Dallas Paige (C) (W/The Diamond Doll & Max Muscle) Vs Johnny B Badd

Badd uses a decoy on the stage ramp while Badd comes out through the crowd and surprises DDP from behind. Badd wins the Television Title after a heel miscommunication between DDP and Max Muscle. Started off slowly, but that changed once Badd took over on offense. It went from a relatively mundane affair to an exciting match. DDP was steadily improving at this juncture, but he was still somewhat unproven. Overall, a solid opener


"Macho Man" Randy Savage Vs The Zodiac

The Zodiac is Brutus Beefcake in stupid looking face paint. If Savage wins this match and Luger beats Sting later in the night, Savage and Luger will wrestle each other on the same night as well. An overzealous fan runs inside the ring and goes after Savage, but Savage hilariously no-sells him. Savage wins in very quick fashion with the flying elbow drop. I love it when something I'm dreading ends up being really short.


Road Warrior Hawk Vs Kurasawa (W/Col. Parker)

This all started when Kurasawa broke Hawk's arm at a Clash of The Champions PPV. Kurasawa wins with help from Col. Parker. For someone who got his arm broken, Hawk sure is subdued. Hawk seemed to be going through the motions and disinterested.


Randy Savage says he'll make sure Lex Luger wins tonight and that Hulk Hogan is his friend, but if they meet in the squared circle, Savage will win. I'm not gonna spoil everything, but its classic Macho Man. Savage and Okerlund have a fun exchange as well.

J.L. Vs Sabu (W/The Original Sheik)

Sabu wins. This was nothing but a spotfest. The crowd was dead throughout the match and I can't say I really blame them. It was obvious that not much thought was put behind it. There were some big spots, but not a lot of excitement, if that makes sense.


Meng (W/The Taskmaster) Vs Lex Luger

Luger wins by DQ after interference from Kevin Sullivan, which means Luger faces Savage later tonight. This match put me and the people to sleep. It's honestly one of the most boring matches I've ever seen in all my years of wrestling. Literally, NOTHING interesting happens. The intrigue of whether Luger is secretly in cahoots with The Dungeon of Doom is the story here. By the time this match is over, you won't care.


Arn Anderson & Brian Pillman Vs Sting & Ric Flair

Ric Flair is too injured to be Sting's partner, making it a handicapped match. Flair eventually runs down to even the odds. Sting tags in Flair, but Flair TURNS ON STING! It turns out, the entire Flair Vs Arn Anderson storyline was a setup. Flair, Pillman, and Anderson demolish Sting. I have mixed feelings about this. I really feel turning Flair heel was unnecessary. The we want Flair chants were deafening and he was way over. It also doesn't make much sense, considering all the beatings Flair took from Anderson and Pillman. The match itself had great atmosphere, but the ending makes it hard to rate.


It's time for the Monster truck battle between Hulk Hogan and The Giant. They are locked up, bumper to bumper in a big circle on a roof. It's kinda like a sumo match with trucks. After a very boring monster truck battle, both men get out of their monster trucks and start fighting on the roof. The Giant ends up teetering and falling off the roof, into the river. The Giant going into the river isn't actually shown, of course. The announcers are despondent. This was edgy for the time, but it doesn't hold up very well at all.

Lex Luger Vs Randy Savage

Savage is definitely the crowd favorite here. Jimmy Hart comes wandering down to ringside. Savage wins with the flying elbow drop. It was hard to take this match seriously when the announcers were constantly talking about The Giant. It was fun to see Luger booed, though. Luger acted like a total heel in this match, even putting his feet on the ropes.


WCW Heavyweight Championship

Hulk Hogan (C) (W/Jimmy Hart) Vs The Giant (W/The Taskmaster)

Just a few bumps and bruises for The Giant, who had fallen 500 feet off the roof. The Giant has miraculously come back from the dead! The Giant wins by disqualification. Oh, boy! I'll try to explain this best I can. Hogan hits him with a legdrop, but Jimmy Hart nails the referee to cause the DQ. Jimmy Hart turns heel on Hogan by nailing Hogan with the WCW title. The Yeti (A big looking Mummy) comes down and attacks Hogan as well. Savage and Luger come down to help out Hogan, but Luger turns heel as well, attacking Savage and Hogan. Both Luger and Jimmy Hart have joined The Dungeon of Doom.


Thoughts: The match was a complete snoozefest for the most part. They tried to hard to recreate Hogan vs Andre here and it didn't work. They even did the bodyslam spot from Wrestlemania III by having Hogan slam The Giant. Hogan's ego was at work again, making The Giant look weak near the end. Jimmy Hart and Lex Luger are natural scumbags and work best as heels. The way they did it was shoddy, but it was the right choice. Three heel turns in one night is a bit much, though. The Dungeon of Doom storyline is a total clusterfuc*****

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