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26 May 1997 (USA)  »

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3 August 2016 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Hour one.

Live from Nashville, TN

Your commentators are Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko

Hollywood Hogan starts the show with Eric Bischoff. Hogan brags about spending Ted Turner's money. He warns Sting to never put his hands on Eric Bischoff again. He says Sting is a coward and calls him out. Bischoff says he's checked everywhere, but there is no trace of Sting. Hogan says he's gonna search for Sting in the back.

Juventud Guerrera, Super Calo & Hector Garza Vs La Parka, Ciclope & Damian

Garza pins Ciclope to get the win for his team. Holy shi*****! Some of the stuff they did in this match was absolutely insane! If you think you've seen it all, you haven't until you've seen this match. Amazing stuff.

***3/4 out of 5

Alex Wright Vs Psychosis

Psychosis wins with a leg drop from the top. Well, this was certainly watchable stuff. Alex Wright's gimmick as a heel is cringe worthy.

** out of 5

Madusa interrupts Sonny Onoo and says she'll do anything to get a title shot. Sonny says Madusa has to put her career on the line at the Great American Bash. Madusa accepts. If Madusa loses, she can't wrestle anymore.

Wrath (W/Mortis & James Vandenberg) Vs Mark Starr

Wrath wins. That's all I have to say.

1/4* out of 5

Konnan Vs Villano IV

Konnan wins with the Tequila Sunrise. This was a basic win for Konnan.

3/4* out of 5

The Great Muta (W/Sonny Onoo) Vs Masahiro Chono

The match barely gets underway. The Great Muta joins Chono in beating up Sonny Onoo. It was all a swerve. The Great Muta joins the nWo.

Not rated.

Hour two.

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan

The Barbarian (W/Jimmy Hart) Vs Jim Powers (W/Teddy Long)

The Barbarian wins with a boot to the face. This was almost a complete squash.


Chris Beniot asks Jimmy Hart where Kevin Sullivan is. Sullivan is on a sabbatical. Jimmy says Beniot has to go through The Barbarian and face him next week.

The Giant (W/Lex Luger) Vs Johnny Swinger, Rick Fuller & Jerry Flynn

The Giant destroys them all. Lex Luger & The Giant make it clear that they want Hollywood Hogan and Dennis Rodman at Bash at the Beach.

Not rated.

Syxx is out for some promo time. He calls Ric Flair "fluff boy" and taunts Flair over the attack the nWo did oat Nitro last week. He brings out Kevin Nash & Scott Hall. Hall calls Flair a "drag queen" and says Flair had his moment in the sun at Slamboree. Nash says he's heard Roddy Piper bragging that he put Hogan & Nash to sleep. The only way he could put Nash to sleep is if Piper tied him up and forced him to watch one of his movies. Ouch...Nash says he and Hall will put the tag team titles on the line against Piper and Flair. Nash promises to retire Piper permanently.

Jeff Jarrett & Steve McMichael (W/Debra) Vs Harlem Heat (W/Sister Sherri)

Harlem Heat wins when Steve McMichael abandons Jarrett to go after Kevin Greene. This match felt a lot longer than it was. It was boring and fairly crappy.

* out of 5

Hollywood Hogan and Eric Bischoff are out again. Hogan says Sting wants to be like him. A fake Sting comes up through the ring with a baseball bat in hand. Bischoff tells him to get down on his knees. The fake Sting does and starts worshipping Hogan. The REAL Sting descends down from the rafters. He delivers a Scorpion deathdrop to Bischoff and the fake Sting. Hogan retreats and brings the nWo out with him. They corner Sting, but Sting ascends back to the rafters as Nitro goes off the air.

This is a decent episode of Nitro. The ending is awesome and the entire show was fairly entertaining. I'd recommend you give it a watch.


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