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Clash of the Champions XIX (1992)

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Terry Allen ...
Magnum T.A.
Arn Anderson ...
Arn Anderson
Ole Anderson ...
Himself
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'Stunning' Steve Austin
Marcus Bagwell ...
Marcus Alexander Bagwell
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Chris Benoit
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Eric Bischoff
Richard Blood ...
Ricky Steamboat
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Sting
Shayne Bower ...
Biff Wellington
Bob Cook ...
Masked Headhunter
Joe Cruz ...
Masked Headhunter
Bobby Eaton ...
Bobby Eaton
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Himself
...
Sliver King
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16 June 1992 (USA)  »

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If you're a tag team enthusiast, you'll probably love it.
29 October 2017 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from Charleston, SC

Your commentators are Jim Ross & Jessie Ventura

NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament

The Malenko Brothers (Dean and Joe Malenko) Vs Ricky 'The Dragon' Steamboat & Nikita Koloff

Steamboat and Koloff win. Decent enough opening match. Funny to see Malenko pre-fame.

**1/2 out of 5

The Z-Man & Marcus Bagwell Vs 'Stunning' Steve Austin & 'Ravishing' Rick Rude

Talk about total opposites. You have two of the lamest, cringe- worthy, pretty-boy babyfaces ever and two of the greatest to ever do it in Austin and Rude. Rude and Austin win after Rude pins Bagwell with a Rude Awakening. Match was fast-paced, if nothing else. No one can accuse Zenk and Bagwell of being bad wrestlers, they're just very bland babyfaces.

**1/4 out of 5

Terry Gordy & Steve Williams Vs The 'Odays

Gordy and Williams win it rather quickly. Wasn't that interested in it anyway, so that suits me just fine.

3/4* out of 5

Sting says he doesn't feel like David, but he feels like Goliath because of all the little Stingers. He's ready for Vader.

Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham Vs Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

Rhodes and Windham win after Rhodes pins Eaton with a running bulldog. A quality match for sure. You have four great pros here delivering good stuff. Nothing outstanding, but certainly well- delivered and exciting.

*** out of 5

The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin) Vs The Silver Kings

The Freebirds win. Average match that had its moments. The crowd was heavily favoring the Freebirds, chanting for Hayes's patented DDT, even though they were heels.

** out of 5

'Flyin' Brian Pillman & Jushin Liger Vs Chris Benoit & Beef Wellington

Pillman and Liger win. What a match! This is what wrestling is all about and one of those unadvertised gems you rarely hear about. I'm telling you, this match is worth the show alone, depending on what comes next.

***1/2 out of 5

Hiroshi Hase & Akira Nogami Vs The Headhunters

Hase and Nogami win. I was barely paying attention, to be honest...so I can't rate it.

Ron Simmons comes out for an interview, but Harley Race and The Super Invader (Hercules) interrupt. Harley Race makes a racist comment and Simmons attacks him. Simmons fends off a double team from both.

The Steiner Brothers Vs Terry Gordy & Steve Williams

Gordy and Williams win in a rather disappointing match. It was technically decent, but I really wasn't all that into it to be honest with you.

**1/4 out of 5

This PPV is OK. Too many tag matches for my liking, but some of them were either decent or solid, so it's alright.

5.5/10


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