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First WCW PPV appearance for "Superstar" Bill Dundee since Starrcade 1986, and his first one as Sir William. See more »

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It was OK.
9 September 2016 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from Biloxi, Mississippi

Attendance 8,600

Your commentators are Tony Schiavone & Jessie Ventura

Television Championship

'Mr. Wonderful' Paul Orndorff (C) Vs Ron Simmons

Orndorff wins by DQ after Simmons backdrops Orndorff over the top rope. This was a pretty average opener. There was nothing bad about it, but nothing all that good either. The finish was really lame as well.

** out of 5

2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Bagwell Vs Tex Slazenger & Shanghi Pierce

Slazenger & Pierce are The Godwinns. Scorpio and Bagwell win. This was actually a decent match! I had very little interest in it before it started, but I ended up pleasantly surprised. They had good chemistry.

**1/2 out of 5

Lord Steven Regal Vs Erik Watts

Regal wins with a roll-up by using the tights. This match was almost nothing but rest holds. Not only was it boring, but crappy as well. Anyone that had to watch Erik Watts back in the day gets my deepest sympathies.

* out of 5

Johnny B. Badd Vs Maxx Payne

Badd wins with a flying cross-body from the second turnbuckle. This is another match I didn't care about. It spoke volumes with how silent the crowd was for it. It was mediocre.

*1/2 out of 5

Tag Team Championship

The Hollywood Blonds (C) (Steve Austin & Brian Pillman) Vs Arn Anderson & Paul Roma

The Hollywood Blonds retain the titles. This was a solid tag team match. It started off a little slowly, but really picked up after a bit. The Hollywood Blonds were one of the best things about WCW at this juncture.

**3/4 out of 5

United States Championship (30 Minute Iron Man Match)

Dustin Rhodes(C) Vs 'Ravishing' Rick Rude

The match ends in a draw when it ends in a 1-1 tie. This match was inconsistent. They weren't able to fully kick it into another gear when it mattered most. It was watchable, but it had too many wear down holds as well. It was a missed opportunity for something special.

**1/2 out of 5

NWA Heavyweight Championship

Barry Windham (C) Vs Ric Flair

Flair wins the title after pinning Windham with the Figure Four. This was a solid match without a doubt, but it felt like both guys were sleepwalking. I definitely don't think they gave us their best by a long shot. That's just my opinion. Flair's title win is a cool moment because he became a 10 time champion here.

**3/4 out of 5

Sting & Davey Boy Smith Vs Vader & Sid Vicious (W/Harley Race & Col. Parker)

Sting & Davey win after Davey pins Vader with a crucifix. They probably should have ended the show with Flair and Windham. This was a watchable, but underwhelming main event. The highlight of this match is Davey delivering a delayed vertical suplex to Vader. That type of strength is inhuman.

** out of 5

This is an average PPV. There isn't anything horrible about it, but nothing stood out either. I would save this one until you have nothing to watch on the WWE Network. It's that type of show. 7.0 is way too high for this event.

5/10


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