Just one week removed from the historic 3 Hour 100th Episode of WCW Monday Nitro Spectacular, World Championship Wrestling and the New World Order head Road Wild in Sturgis, SD. This time, ... See full summary »
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Steel Cage Match (non-title): WCW Champion Hollywood Hogan vs. Roddy Piper, WCW United States Title: Curt Hennig vs. Ric Flair, WCW Cruiserweight Title (Belt vs. Mask Match): Eddie Guerrero... See full summary »
I'm sure it sounded like a good idea at the time but, this was pretty much a disaster. None of the matches were very entertaining. I know the production value was supposed to be unique from typical WCW shows but, it just came across as low budget. Perhaps it was supposed to feel that way but, it just hurt the overall feel. Another low point was how the announcers especially Bischoff, tried way too hard to convince the audience that the NWO were upstanding good guys. DiBiase did his best but, Bischoff had me wanting to hit the mute button more times than not. The biggest problem can be summed up by pointing out that the entire PPV felt unnecessary. It was a NWO PPV with NWO wrestlers, announcers and referee, so how could anybody affiliated with WCW actually win a match? They shouldn't have but, they still did. This show goes down as one of WCW's infamous bad ideas.
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