Matches: Eddie Guerrero vs. Sgt. Craig Pittman, Scott Norton vs. Shark, Sabu vs. Disco Inferno, Lex Luger & Meng vs. The American Males


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Episode credited cast:
Arn Anderson ...
Scotty Antol ...
Marcus Bagwell ...
Himself - commentator
Sting (archive footage)
Terry Brunk ...
Tonga Fifita ...
Glenn Gilbertti ...
Jimmy Hart ...
Bobby Heenan ...
Himself (archive footage)
Steve McMichael ...
Scott Norton ...


Matches: Eddie Guerrero vs. Sgt. Craig Pittman, Scott Norton vs. Shark, Sabu vs. Disco Inferno, Lex Luger & Meng vs. The American Males

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Release Date:

30 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Eddie Guerrero substituted for Randy Savage against Sgt. Craig Pittman. It was explained that Savage was unable to compete due to the beating he had taken the night before at WCW Halloween Havoc from the Dungeon of Doom. See more »


References WCW Halloween Havoc 1995 (1995) See more »

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I'm tired of The Dungeon of Doom!
28 February 2016 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews


Live from Dayton, OH

Your announcers are Eric Bischoff, Steve McMichael & Bobby Heenan

This is coming off one of the worst pay per views in history, Halloween Havoc.

Sgt. Craig Pittman Vs Eddie Guerrero

Guerrero wins with a wheelbarrow victory roll. Whose bright idea was it to let Pittman have most of the offense in a match against Eddie? One of the very rare "poor" matches you'll ever see Eddie have.


The Shark Vs Scott Norton

Oh, no!! Please let this be quick, please! Both are heels as well. The match ends in a double countout when both brawl outside the ring. It was quick, I'll say that. I couldn't ask for much more, really.


Ric Flair had been feuding with Arn Anderson and Brian Pillman for a while. Sting became Flair's friend and partner. It turned out to be a farce with Flair turning on Sting. Flair, Pillman and Anderson briefly comment about the Four Horsemen getting back together. Soon, there will be a fourth member. WCW is too murky when it comes to their storytelling.

Sabu Vs Disco Inferno

Sabu wins with a slingshot somersault legdrop. Sabu wreaks havoc after the match on Inferno. He goes for a somersault legdrop to Disco on the table, but Disco moves and Sabu ends up hitting the table back first. The table didn't break and made a sickening thud.


Lex Luger & Meng (W/Jimmy Hart & The Taskmaster) Vs The American Males

Luger and Meng win when Luger puts Bagwell in the Torture Rack. Not exactly a great main event, but painless, I suppose.


We get a clip of the main event at Halloween Havoc between Hulk Hogan and The Giant. Jimmy Hart says the evil living in Hulk Hogan's house has been Jimmy Hart all along. And he may just tell everybody next week on Nitro why he turned on Hogan. The Giant has Hogan's title around his waist. He says he's the rightful champion and he'll defend it against anybody.

Final Thoughts: Coming off a terrible PPV, this was an equally terrible episode of Nitro. I get that Hogan, Sting, and Savage were selling the effects from Halloween Havoc, but this episode reeked of laziness. The storytelling was very confusing and murky at the time, nothing was really fully explained. I can safely say, skip this one

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