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WCW Slamboree (1997)

Not Rated | | Sport | TV Special 18 May 1997
Tradition battles the New World Order at Slamboree 1997. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair returns to the ring in his home town of Charlotte, NC. Flair has been out of action for nine months, but ... See full summary »
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Doug Dellinger ...
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Jimmy Hart ...
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Tradition battles the New World Order at Slamboree 1997. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair returns to the ring in his home town of Charlotte, NC. Flair has been out of action for nine months, but finally he has returned to World Championship Wrestling to aid in the battle against the nWo. Flair will not be alone, as he will team with fellow legend, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and Carolina Panthers own Kevin Greene. The trio will battle the nWo's anti-tradition unit of Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Syxx. Kevin Greene isn't the only NFL star stepping off of the grid iron and stepping into the ring at Slamboree. Green Bay's own Reggie White will also step into the ring against his long time NFL rival, Steve "Mongo" McMichael. Will the nWo reign once again or will tradition live on at Slamboree? Written by MRR

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First WCW PPV appearance for Ernest "The Cat" Miller. See more »

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Follows Halloween Havoc (1994) See more »

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There were great matches, there were weak matches
12 March 2014 | by (Czech Republic) – See all my reviews

1. WCW World TV. Title Match: Steven Regal Vs. Champ- Ultimate Dragon - Technical match for the first? I haven't got problem with that. Later crowd started cheer for the Regal, like he was face or something. Regal won, fine. 8/10

2. Luna Vachon Vs. Madusa - Luna did some nice sold!. Madusa was ordinary like always. 6.5/10

3. Yuji Yasuroka Vs. Rey Mysterio Jr. - Classic Rey's match. 7/10

4. Mortis Vs. Glacier - DQ Ending,pff. OH NO, THE CAT APPROACHED (-1/10) 6/10

5. WCW U.S. Heavyweight Title Match: Jeff Jarrett Vs. Champ-Dean Malenko -Exciting Bout, Malenko retains 7/10

6. Meng Vs. Chris Benoit - Benoit rocks, he was technically fantastic. And that super stiff Meng won, Blah. 5/10

7. Hugh Morrus/Konnan Vs. The Steiner Brothers - Steiners uncled with nice suplexes...weaker ending but very decent bout. 8/10

8. Steve McMichael Vs. Reggie White - OMG, that WAS awful, who cares about that stupidity. These 2! non-wrestlers prepared super-stiff match 2/10

9. Ric Flair/Pajpa/Greene Vs. Syxx/Scot Hall/Nash - Fine that WCW and even Flair won over NWO. NWO hadn't got so many loses. Greene was almost better skilled wrestler than Nash, funny. 6/10


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