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24 November 1997 (USA)  »

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It was alright.
18 January 2017 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from Saignaw, Michigan

The nWo start the show. Hulk Hogan offers to put the World Heavyweight Title on the line against anyone in the back tonight. The Giant comes out wearing a cast on his hand and issues a challenge to Hogan. Hogan says "Fe-Fi-fo-fum. Hollywood's gonna beat you until you're well done" Haha! J.J Dillon says he won't be responsible and it will be unsanctioned.

The Steiner Brothers Vs Disorderly Conduct

The Steiner's squash them. This was a smart way to start with matches, as The Steiner's are from Michigan.

3/4* out of 5

Booker T Vs Meng

Smart booking would be to have Booker T go over here, but my money is on Meng. Wow! Booker T wins with a sunset flip. Meng applies the Tongan Death Grip on after the match. Stevie Ray runs out and hits Meng with a wooden chair, but it doesn't phase Meng. He and Booker T get attacked after the match.

*1/2 out of 5

Raven has signed a contract with WCW, under his rules. Scotty Riggs has joined The Flock as well.


Chris Beniot Vs Sick Boy

Beniot wins with the Crippler Crossface. He fends off an attack from The Flock until Saturn waffles Beniot with the TV title. Raven got some great heel heat here and Beniot played the badass babyface perfectly.

*3/4 out of 5

Larry Zbyszko says he wants Scott Hall to accept his challenge. He says he'll wipe Hall's face with the canvas like he did 10 years ago. The nWo's music hits, but leaflets fall from the ceiling. They are pictures of Bischoff posing with his foot on Zbyszko's chest. Eric Bischoff comes out. He says Zbyszko was never that good a wrestler by today's standards. SHOOT! Bischoff says he's 2-0 against Larry. Larry issues a challenge to Bischoff and tells him to come to Larryland. Bischoff calls him fatboy and Zbyszko calls him a dweeb. Security prevents them from fighting.

Alex Wright Vs Prince Iaukea

Debra costs Wright the match. Alex Wright fires her to very little reaction. I was barely paying attention.

* out of 5

Disco Inferno Vs 'Macho Man' Randy Savage (W/Elizabeth)

Savage destroys him and wins with the elbow drop. They spray paint, nWo on him after. Not much to say about this squash.

3/4* out of 5

Dean Malenko Vs Brad Armstrong

Malenko wins by the Texas Cloverleaf. This was a nifty little match for the time that it received. Sometimes, you don't need 20 minutes to deliver a good match.

** out of 5

Debra tries to get back with Steve McMichael and even says she'll do "anything" McMichael tells her to get the hell out of the building.

Chris Jericho Vs Buff Bagwell

Oh, god. Jericho's gonna job to Bagwell, isn't he? Just as I suspected, Bagwell wins. It was an average match for the most part. Nothing to write home about.

** out of 5

United States Title

Curt Hennig (C) Vs Ray Traylor

Traylor has it won, but the nWo interferes and humiliates Traylor for the 80 gazillionth time. They had a decent match at Wrestlemania 7, but this wasn't one of them. Very middling stuff.

*1/2 out of 5

WCW Heavyweight Championship

Hollywood Hogan (C) Vs The Giant

The Giant wins by DQ after Kevin Nash (dressed up as Sting) costs The Giant the match. the nWo humiliates him as well. It appears that Sting comes down to save the day, but it's just a dummy. Admittedly, that was clever.

* out of 5

This was kind of a throwaway episode. Nothing much happened, but nothing too bad happened either. It's worth a watch.


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