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Credited cast:
Scotty Antol ...
Scotty Riggs
Yoshihiro Asai ...
Ultimo Dragon
Chris Benoit
Masahiro Chôno ...
Masahiro Chono
Mike Enos ...
Mike Enos
Rafael García ...
Super Calo
Joe Gomez ...
Joe Gomez
Eddie Guerrero
Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Scott Hall
Jimmy Hart ...
Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan
Booker T.


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Release Date:

21 January 1997 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Clash 34  »

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Follows Clash of the Champions XXVIII (1994) See more »

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Not a bad show overall!
17 June 2016 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from Milwaukee, WI

Your commentators are Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan & Dusty Rhodes

Cruiserweight Championship

The Ultimo Dragon (C) (W/Sonny Onoo) Vs Dean Malenko

Malenko wins the title by using the Texas Cloverleaf. This isn't their best match by any means, but it's still a good one. My major complaint is that it started off too slow. Otherwise, it's really good.


Scotty Riggs Vs Mike Enos

Riggs wins with a flying forearm. This was just here to give Riggs some momentum heading into his match with Buff Bagwell at nWo Souled Out.


The Four Horsemen cut a promo about Chris Beniot facing Kevin Sullivan tonight. Beniot cut a lengthy promo, The crowd booed Steve McMichael heavily because he played for the Chicago Bears, and they are in Wisconsisn.

Konnan, J.L. & La Parka Vs Chris Jericho, Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Super Calo

Jericho's team wins after Jericho pins J.L. with a frankensteiner from the top rope. This was a fun and energetic match. Everyone flew all over the place and used their agility to their advantage. I enjoyed it.


Harlem Heat (W/Sister Sherri) Vs The Renegade & Joe Gomez

Harlem Heat wins in this glorified squash match. I have nothing more to say on it.


Masahiro Chono Vs Alex Wright

Chono wins with a big kick to the face. The flow of this match was kind of ruined by Nick Patrick's blatant favoring of the nWo. Not because he's with the nWo, but because it disrupted the flow of the match.


Eddie Guerrero Vs Scott Norton

Eddie wins after DDP nails Norton with the Diamond Cutter. Nick Patrick is forced to count the three. This was completely one-sided until DDP came out. It wasn't much of a match.


The Giant cuts a promo on Hollywood Hogan. He talks about how Hulk Hogan used him, and how he's seen the light.

Falls Count Anywhere Match

Kevin Sullivan (W/Jimmy Hart) Vs Chris Beniot (W/Woman)

Beniot wins after Woman nails Sullivan in the back of the head with a wooden chair. The most entertaining thing about this match was the brawl in the bathroom. It was pretty vicious. After that, they did some brief brawling in the ring and it was over just like that.


The Steiner Brothers Vs The Amazing French Canadians (W/Col. Parker)

The Steiner's win. This was watchable because of The Steiner's offense. Otherwise, it most likely would have sucked.

Scott Hall (W/Kevin Nash & Syxx) Vs Lex Luger

Luger has the match won with the Rack, but Kevin Nash and Syxx interfere to cause the DQ. Luger gets out numbered until The Steiner Brothers run down and even the odds. Luger & The Steiner's brawl with the nWo to end the show.This was a pretty average match. The most noteworthy thing about is Luger trying a dropkick. It failed badly.


This event is just above average. Malenko winning the Cruiserweight title is a cool moment, and some of the undercard matches are decent. Overall, nothing great, but nothing bad either.


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