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Episode credited cast:
Chris Adams ...
Chris Adams
Yoshihiro Asai ...
Sting (archive footage)
Brad Cain ...
Brad Dillon ...
James J. Dillon ...
JJ Dillon
Glenn Gilbertti ...
Roberto Gutierrez Frías ...
Himself - The Outsiders


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Release Date:

9 February 1998 (USA)  »

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The Bill Goldberg-Lord Steven Regal has been incorrectly referred to online as a "shoot" (that is, a real event that was not planned) and that it was why WCW fired Regal. In their respective autobiographies, "I'm Next" and "Walking A Golden Mile," they confirm that what actually happened. They had put together a particular move sequence before the match, as Regal was unsure what to do against Goldberg, because of how most of Goldberg's matches to that point had been quick squashes that lasted, at the most, two minutes. Somewhere in the match, Goldberg forgot part of the move sequence so Regal did what he did to help Goldberg remember the sequence. Regal has said that it was not a shoot and that he would never shoot on an opponent. WCW fired Regal sometime later due to his drug/alcohol issues. See more »


References Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) See more »

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Too long and anti-climatic
5 May 2017 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from El Paso, TX

Hollywood Hogan and Eric Bischoff start the show. Hogan says he's sick of WCW stirring the pot. He says he knows Macho Man is in the building and they are gonna find Macho Man and give him the wrestling lesson of his life. Macho Man appears in the crowd. He says he's number one and he doesn't care who number 2 is. He claims he will beat Hogan tonight and go on to face Sting for the World Heavyweight Title at Superbrawl. He says the nWo loves Macho and wants him to get in the ring and takes his lumps so he can set Macho straight.

Steve McMichael Vs Glacier

Oh my god! Two of the crappiest wrestlers to ever walk the face of the earth. McMichael destroys him and wins with a tombstone. Mortis tries a sneak attack on McMichael, but McMichael beats him up too. This was terrible, of course.

3/4* out of 5

Konnan Vs Norman Smiley

Konnan wins with the Tequila Sunrise. This was actually a watchable match with some excitement. Color me surprised.

Mike Tenay interviews some guy from racing. The crowd craps all over it and gets restless.

Nick Patrick threatens J.J Dillon with lawsuits if he doesn't get to officiate here tonight. Dillon has security escort him out of the building.

Disco Inferno Vs Yuji Nagata

Inferno wins with the Chart Buster (Stunner) La Parka randomly comes in and nails Disco and Nagata with chairs after the match. I'm a mark for Disco, so it's always cool to see him get a win. La Parka was hilarious.

*1/2 out of 5

Lex Luger cuts one of the best and most interesting promos of his career by saying both Hogan and Savage are pathetic and he doesn't care how badly they beat each other. He's sick of the nWo. Where was this Luger his entire career?

Eddie Guerrero & Chris Jericho Vs Dean Malenko & Chavo Guerrero

Eddie gets a loud pop and loud Eddie Chants since it's his hometown. Eddie and Jericho win. This was a fun match all the way with some innovative stuff. I'm glad they got some time.

*** out of 5

Juventud Guerrera Vs El Dandy

Guerrera is way over with the crowd. He wins. Chris Jericho cuts a fantastic promo after the match and tries a sneak attack on Juvi. Juvi challenges Jericho for the Cruiserweight Title. Jericho accepts, but at Superbrawl.

*1/2 out of 5

Goldberg Vs Steven Regal

Goldberg wins with the Jackhammer. Regal gave Goldberg a very stiff test and exposed Goldberg a bit. It was rumored Regal purposely sandbagged Goldberg and went against orders to make this match longer than expected. Regal disputes this, though.

*3/4 out of 5

Louie Spicoli Vs Chris Adams

Adams wins by DQ after Spicoli hits Adams with a briefcase. Zbyszko runs out and chases Spicoli away. This was supposed to lead to Larry Zbyszko Vs Louie Spicoli at Superbrawl, but Spicoli tragically passed away just 7 days after this.

Ultimo Dragon Vs Saturn

Saturn wins with a cradle. I was really rooting for Dragon because I'm such a mark for him. Decent enough match, though.

**1/4 out of 5

Television Title (No Holds Barred)

Booker T (C) Vs Raven

The match doesn't get started because Raven and The Flock take out Booker T.


'Macho Man' Randy Savage Vs 'Hollywood' Hulk Hogan

Savage has the match won with the flying elbow, but the nWo interferes to cause the DQ. Hogan cracks a chair over Savage's head.

Lex Luger comes out. Miss Elizabeth comes out to warn Luger, but Luger isn't buying it. Savage attacks Luger from behind. Sting makes the save until the nWo traps all three of them (Luger, Savage & Sting) with a net. Pretty bad match for their standards.

*1/2 out of 5

Tag Team Titles

The Outsiders (C) Vs The Steiner Brothers

Ugh, of course this main events. So sick of these four facing each other. I know Scott Steiner eventually turns heel, but I just don't care anymore at this point. The Steiner's win the titles. Too bad I don't care and neither did the crowd.

* out of 5


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