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WCW Slamboree '96: Lethal Lottery (1996)

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Arn Anderson ...
Arn Anderson
Scotty Antol ...
Scotty Riggs
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Konnan
Marcus Bagwell ...
Marcus Alexander Bagwell
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Sting
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Michael Buffer
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Woman
Bill DeMott ...
Hugh Morrus
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'Hacksaw' Jim Duggan
Mike Durham ...
Johnny Grunge
Bobby Eaton ...
Earl Robert Eaton
Tonga Fifita ...
Meng
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Ric Flair
Glenn Gilbertti ...
Disco Inferno
Kevin Greene ...
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What goes up Must come down... HARD!

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Action | Sport

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19 May 1996 (USA)  »

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Slamboree  »

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First Slamboree not to feature the Legends Reunion. See more »

Quotes

Bobby Heenan: [When Public Enemy dance in the Ring] What's That move they are doing, They used to be window washers?
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Follows Halloween Havoc (1994) See more »

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As little effort as possible
30 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Instead of doing a match-by-match breakdown of this show, I'm just gonna rant about it here, because no match on here is worth your time. There are 14 matches on this card. 14! That's more than any Wrestlemania card I've seen, and the longest match on the card is 10 and a half minutes. The entire event revolves around this "King of the Ring" rip-off tournament, and there are so many matches that either just exist, end in a countout, end in a DQ, or just waste your time.

There's not really a "bad" match on the show, mostly because they're all so short, but how hard is it to book good matches? You don't need 14 freakin' matches on a card for any show! Cut the number of matches in half, double their time, and you would probably have a decent show. Turns out Hogan wasn't the main source of WCW's problems after all, because he's nowhere near this show and it still sucks. I'm seriously debating whether or not to just stop watching WCW entirely, because their shows for the past year have been borderline torturous. I'm not saying every PPV has to be phenomenal, but put some freakin' effort in once and awhile.

I'm giving WCW 3 more shows to impress me before I just pull the cord on their life support. If the next 3 shows score lower than a 5, I'm done with WCW forever!


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