World Champion Sid Vicious defends his Title as the nWo's Jeff Jarrett and Scott Hall vie for the ultimate prize. Hulk Hogan takes on 'The Total Package' Lex Luger in an attempt to enact ... See full summary »





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Credited cast:
David Abbott ...
Tank Abbott
Scott Bigelow ...
Bam Bam Bigelow
Tylene Buck ...
Bill Daley ...
Billy Silverman - Referee
Doug Dellinger ...
Doug Dellinger
Sid Vicious
Dave Finlay ...
Fit Finlay
Ric Flair
David Fliehr ...
David Flair
Chris Ford ...
Terry Funk
Alex Gerke ...
Big Al
Glenn Gilbertti ...
Disco Inferno


World Champion Sid Vicious defends his Title as the nWo's Jeff Jarrett and Scott Hall vie for the ultimate prize. Hulk Hogan takes on 'The Total Package' Lex Luger in an attempt to enact revenge for breaking his forearm. Ric Flair and Terry Funk collide in a Texas Death match. And in a bet, The Cat manages to produce the appearance of none other than 'The Godfather of Soul' himself, James Brown. Written by The_Kaasa

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A Three-Way Dance For Heavyweight Gold!


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20 February 2000 (USA)  »

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SuperBrawl  »

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Received an official VHS release in the USA (catalogue number T7212). Also received an official VHS release in the UK (catalogue number S0T7212). See more »


When doing a recap of Nitro, Tony Schiavone says Bam Bam won the Cruiserweight title when it was the Hardcore Championship. See more »


Mark Madden: Usually Hogan's in the supporting cast, now he's using one.
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Follows Halloween Havoc (1990) See more »

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inc. Hall's last WCW match
6 December 2014 | by (Czech Republic) – See all my reviews

1. WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament Finals: Lash Leroux Vs. The Artist - On cruiserweight match it was one ordinary bout. Artist is our new champ. 6/10

2. WCW Hardcore Title Match: Champ-Bam Bam Bigelow Vs. Brian Knobs - Knobs won again. His second rain started here. 6/10

3. Handicap Match: Screamin' Norman Smiley Vs. 3 Count - 3 count wins. Match was to this point best of the first three. 6.5/10

4. The Demon Vs. The Wall - Terribly worked match with 2 awful wrestlers. A lot of screwed moves. And I really HATE heat machine. 3/10

5. "Take the Leather jacket from the Top" match: Big AL Vs. Tank Abbott

  • Gods SAKE. They tied their hands together and screamed "Bring it!" +
punching each other. The Tank wanted to take big Al on back and get the Jacket with him, but on the was he lost him, so Al fell on the stairs. In last second he took knife or something and acted like he want to cut his throat. Unbealiveable. 0/10

6. Booker Vs. Big T. - match was for "who will lead th Harlem Heat" - Bokker tried hard, but Ahmed was fat in 2000(not like in WWF), and get stiffed. Get him outta WCW. That was the worst Pearl River Plunge on the planet. 4/10

7. Billy Kidman Vs. Vampiro - Far the best match of the night, but that doesn't mean much. These 2 are better wrestlers than they proved there. 7/10

8. WCW tag Team Title Match: Champs-The Mamalukes Vs. Crowar/David Flair - The goal was to tied opponent to hospital lounger. And that did champs. 7/10

Now we must look at that moron The Cat, who brings out James Brown. WCW bring me some wrestling rather. 1/10

9. Death Match: Ric Flair Vs. Terry Funk - These guys aren't lazy like Hogan or Nash/ they put some solid effort into the match. Terry piledrived Flair through the table. Weird ending, ref was blind, or what? 7/10

10. The Total Package Vs. Hogan - We are back in 80's. Immortal scullet scored again. 4/10

11. WCW World Heavyweight Triple Threat title match: Jeff Jarrett Vs. Scott Hall Vs. Champ-Sid Vicious - No DQ match, Sid retained that. Hall was seriously injured. 7/10

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