World Championship Wrestling puts on a night of unsanctioned matches. No titles are at stake, but there are no rules so anything goes! This is a night for settling grudges in a series of ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Arn Anderson ...
Himself - Ring Announcer
Gary Michael Cappetta ...
Himself - Ring Announcer
Barry Darsow ...
The Blacktop Bully
Bill Eagan ...
Roc Finnegan
Tonga Fifita ...
Jimmy Hart ...
Bobby Heenan ...
Lash Huffman ...
Stevie Ray
Sherri Martel ...


World Championship Wrestling puts on a night of unsanctioned matches. No titles are at stake, but there are no rules so anything goes! This is a night for settling grudges in a series of gimmick matches. The lineup is as follows: Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully ("King of the Road" match in the back of a moving truck!)/"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan vs. Meng (Martial Arts match)/Johnny B. Badd vs. Arn Anderson ("Boxer vs. Wrestler" match)/"Macho Man" Randy Savage vs. Avalanche/ Sting vs. "Big" Bubba Rogers ("Anything Goes" match)/The Nasty Boys vs. Harlem Heat with "Sister "Sherri Martel ("Falls Count Anywhere" match)/Hulk Hogan with The Renegade vs. Vader with Ric Flair ("Leather Strap" match). Written by Michael D.

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Release Date:

19 March 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

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1.33 : 1
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Received an official VHS release in the USA (catalogue number T7064). See more »


Dustin Rhodes' shirt disappears, reappears and disappears again during the King of the Road match. See more »


Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan: [as the truck passes some shacks during the King of the Road match] Look, downtown Tupelo.
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Followed by WCW/NWO Souled Out (1998) See more »

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Is it bad that I fell asleep during the first half of this?
11 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

1st Match: Dustin Rhodes vs The Blacktop Bully, King of the Road match. As infamous as the internet has made this match out to be, it wasn't that bad. Yeah, it was hard to follow, because they were on a moving vehicle, and hella dangerous to boot, but I thought it was just "meh". Had they just done a match in the ring, there probably would've been more to this. Rating: 2/5

2nd Match: Meng vs Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Martial Arts match. This is where my eyes stat getting heavy, drawn out comedy matches like this are just not fun at all. I started getting Survivor Series '94 PTSD from this. I can't even say anything about the match itself, there's that little to it. Rating: 1/5

3rd Match: Johnny B. Badd vs Arn Anderson, Boxer vs Wrestler match. Again, not much to this. There's a reason why boxing and wrestling are like oil and water. I actually blacked out for like 5 minutes during this, so I missed the ending, but given how "exciting" the show's been up to this point, can you really blame me? Rating: 1.5/5

4th Match: Randy Savage vs Avalanche. I fell asleep before this match started, so I don't remember anything about it. It's unfair for me to give this a rating without seeing it, so I just won't count it towards the rest of the show's rating. Rating: None

5th Match: Sting vs "Totally Not Big Bossman". So after a ten minute power nap, we finally get into the good matches of the show. I think there's some good moments here. Sting dominates the first part until he injuries his leg and Bossman takes control. Sting does a good job selling, and Bossman winning was a surprise for me. A good match overall. Rating: 3.5/5

6th Match: The Nasty Boys vs Harlem Heat, Falls Count Anywhere Tornado Tag match. I don't know why this isn't for the tag titles, you think it would be. A brawl through and through, with some pretty hilarious moments. The match just devolves into insanity when they enter the totally random concession area and food starts flyin' everywhere. The Nasty Boys might not be the best wrestlers, but they really do shine in brawls like this. The only real negative I have aside from the tag titles not being up for grabs is that the pin happens off camera. At least they show the pin in a replay. Rating: 4.5/5

7th Match: Hulk Hogan vs Vader, Leather Strap match for the WCW Heavyweight Championship. One of the more entertaining strap matches I've seen, because there's a constant pace to it. The match eventually goes off the rails into chaos, but the crowd's into it, and I found it entertaining. Rating: 3.5/5

Final Rating: 5 out of 10. The second half of this show was way better than the first, you just have to wade through a swamp to get to the good parts. This probably won't top my "Worst PPV of 1995" list though, solely because I fell asleep and didn't count Savage's match towards the final rating.

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