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ECW November to Remember '95 (1995)

| Action, Sport | Video 1995
Tommy Dreamer and Terry Funk wage war against Raven and Cactus Jack. The Sandman and 2 Cold Scorpio defend the ECW World Tag Team Titles against the Public Enemy in a match where the winner... See full summary »

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Don Adelberg ...
Donn E. Allen
Bill Alfonso ...
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Alfonso Bermudez ...
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Terry Brunk ...
Dionicio Castellanos ...
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Anthony Durante ...
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Mike Durham ...
John Finegan ...
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Francine Fournier ...
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Tommy Dreamer and Terry Funk wage war against Raven and Cactus Jack. The Sandman and 2 Cold Scorpio defend the ECW World Tag Team Titles against the Public Enemy in a match where the winner of the fall gets a shot at Mikey Whipwreck's ECW World Heavyweight Title. Rey Misterio Jr. battles Psicosis in a Mexican Death Match and more. Written by JasonIK75

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If you missed this year's November to Remember, it's a regret you'll never forget.

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Taz had been injured some months earlier in a tag match where he teamed with Eddie Guerrero against Dean Malenko and 2 Cold Scorpio. When Joey Styles was starting the in-ring introductions for the Konnan-Jason match, Taz walked down to the ring in a referee shirt, explaining that ECW would not let him wrestle that night because they considered him an insurance risk. Taz asked both guys if they were ready, then decked Jason and Konnan powerbombed and pinned him in about 14 seconds. Beulah McGillicutty, then a heel as Raven's storyline girlfriend, was made the referee for the Bill Alfonso-Tod Gordon match, but Alfonso attacked her and threw her out of the match. The match, such as it was, went on without a ref complete with Alfonso blading. Taz made his way down and started to count for a Gordon pin attempt, stopped, beat up Tod, threw Alfonso on top and counted the pin, thus turning himself heel. Taz that he did it because none of the fans called or wrote or made any attempt to contact him after his injury and that Alfonso was the only person who seemed to care about him. He also ripped on the fans for being happy to see Sabu, who had returned earlier that night after seven months in self-imposed exile in WCW, New Japan Pro Wrestling and the indies, Paul E. and whatever and whoever else comes to mind, finally saying to the fans, "I DON'T GIVE A FUCK ABOUT YOU!" This is why, when Taz and Alfonso showed up during the Tommy Dreamer/Terry Funk-Raven/Cactus Jack match, Joey Styles said, "Oh no, not these two." See more »

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Skip the first hour and you'll be OK
19 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Note: I'm skipping to the 5th match solely because nothing happens for the first 4 matches. Their total combined time is 5 minutes, and the first 45 minutes of this show is terrible.

5th Match: The Pitbulls vs The Eliminators. So after 45 minutes in Purgatory, we get this match that I barely remember because I was falling asleep by this point. I don't remember anything about this match, other than it exists, and that's more than I can say for the matches before it. Rating: None.

6th Match: Psicosis vs Rey Mysterio, Mexican Deathmatch. Finally, after an hour, we get a memorable match. I guess Rey was in AAA at the time, but he was only 20 here, which is incredible. The match is basically a Last Man Standing match with pinfalls. Great high flying and brutality, just what made ECW famous. I will say this, the first hour of this show is garbage, but the second half makes up for it. Rating: 4/5

7th Match: Public Enemy vs Sandman and 2 Cold Scorpio. This match is apparently for the TV title, but the booking is so convoluted that I won't include it. Both teams put out some good offense, and some crazy spots that keeps the crowd entertained. It eventually devolves into chaos, like 90% of all ECW matches, but it just makes it more entertaining. Rating: 4/5

8th Match: Tod Gordan vs Bill Alfonso (Special Guest Referee: Taz). So this is how Alfonso became Taz's manager, by Taz screwing Gordan over and destroying the crowd. The promo Taz cuts after this is sick, with some members of the crowd almost rushing the ring in rage. Memorable for that moment, and some brutal shots, but pretty basic overall. Rating: 3.5/5

9th Match: Mikey Whipwreck vs Stone Cold Steve Austin, ECW World Heavyweight Championship. Sandman was supposed to wrestle here, but Austin jumps him and takes his place. This is the birth of Stone Cold Steve Austin. His attitude, wrestling style, and persona evolved from here into the man that we would all come to love. The match is good, with Whipwreck playing defense for half the match, and lucking out with the pinfall. It's elevated though by Austin's change into his Stone Cold gimmick. Rating: 3.5/5

10th Match: Sabu vs Hack Myers. This is Sabu returning from a neck injury/a brief run with WCW, so it's sure refreshing to see his matches again. The match of the night, maybe even a contender for Match of the Year. Great spots, the crowd's on fire, Sabu wins, and there's respect at the end. It's only 13 minutes long, but everything here works. ECW at it's finest. Rating: 4.5/5

11th Match: Tommy Dreamer and Terry Funk vs Raven and Cactus Jack. Foley is the highlight of this match, getting massive heat from wearing WCW gear. The second half of this show is literally just making fun of WCW, which given how terrible their programming was in 1995, it's hilarious. A great brawl that goes everywhere, again, ECW at it's finest. Rating: 4.5/5

Final Rating: 7 out of 10. Had the first half of this show not existed, this would've gotten an 8 or higher, but because the first half is so God awful, I had to lower it a point. This'll probably be on my "Best of 1995" list, but it'll more than likely be on the bottom. Just skip the first 6 matches and you have a fantastic show.


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