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Clash of the Champions (1997)



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Credited cast:
Yoshihiro Asai ...
Juan Carlos Baños ...
Dionicio Castellanos ...
Randy Eller ...
Rafael García ...
Hector Garza ...
Silver King
Eddy Guerrero
Bobby Heenan ...
Himself - commentator
Eduardo Hernández ...


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Release Date:

21 August 1997 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Clash 35  »

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1.33 : 1
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Due to the NWO's "Wolfpac Rules" stipulation, which allowed for any member of the group to substitute for either Scott Hall or Kevin Nash in the Outsiders' rare WCW World Tag Team Titles defenses, Randy Savage replaced Nash as Hall's partner in their victory against Lex Luger and Diamond Dallas Page here. See more »


Follows Clash of the Champions XXVII (1994) See more »

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The final Clash of Champions.
1 October 2016 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from Nashville, TN

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan & Dusty Rhodes

United States Championship

Jeff Jarrett (W/Debra) (C) Vs Steve McMichael

McMichael wins the title after Eddie Guerrero accidentally costs Jarrett the match. This isn't the match I would have chosen to start the show, but the crowd went nuts for the title change so, who am I to say?

*1/2 out of 5

Alex Wright cuts a laughable, nonsensical promo.

Raven Vs Stevie Richards

Raven wins with a DDT. This was mostly Richards getting his ass kicked in uninteresting ways. It was no disqualification, but it wasn't all that hardcore.

*1/4 out of 5

Television Championship

The Ultimo Dragon (C) Vs Alex Wright

Wright wins the title with a German Suplex. Despite that I'm angry over a goof like Alex Wright winning the title from The Dragon, this was actually a good match for the most part, aside from the slow start. Can't complain too much.

**3/4 out of 5

Cruiserweight Title

Chris Jericho (C) Vs Eddie Guerrero

Jericho retains. I'd love to say that this was the great match you and I were expecting, but it isn't. It's decent at best with a shocking amount of sloppiness. Everyone has bad days and I know these two are capable of much more.

**1/2 out of 5

Psychosis, Silver King, Villano IV & Villano V Vs Juventud Guerrera, Super Calo, Lizmark Jr. & Hector Garza

Psychosis's team wins. Aside from one really cool spot outside the ring, this was a rather tame affair. I didn't find it to be all that exciting for a spotfest.

*1/2 out of 5

The guys from Dinner & Movie reveal they are with the nWo, and throwing a party for them. They insult DDP, so, he nails one of them with a Diamond Cutter on the set. Awesome!

Ric Flair & Curt Hennig Vs Syxx & Konnan

Hennig and Flair win after Hennig pins Konnan with a fisherman's suplex. This match was OK. It was basically here to provide the question whether Hennig is a Horsemen or not. Hennig and Flair are better enemies.

*1/2 out of 5

DDP & Lex Luger Vs Scott Hall & Randy Savage

Nash announces he's putting the tag team titles up for grabs. This is now for the tag team titles. Savage and Hall win after DDP inadvertently delivers a Diamond Cutter to Luger. That was a really weird finish. The match itself wasn't bad. DDP played the face in peril for most of it.

**1/4 out of 5

We get a really awesome ending with Sting interrupting the nWo's party from the rafters. A crow comes down to the ring and just stares at the nWo. I'm not gonna spoil everything, but it's pretty cool.

Well, this show is memorable for a couple of reasons. The ending is awesome and it proved why WCW was ruling the wrestling world at the time. It has a couple of solid matches as well. It's definitely above average.


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