WCW Thunder (1998–2001)
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Episode credited cast:
Chris Adams ...
Chris Adams
Randy Anderson ...
Randy Anderson - Referee
Scotty Antol ...
Yoshihiro Asai ...
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Marcus Bagwell ...
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Brad Cain ...
Bill Daley ...
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James J. Dillon ...
Himself - Commissioner
Tonga Fifita ...
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8 January 1998 (USA)  »

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Monumental and historically important, but nothing special
6 March 2017 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from Daytona Beach, FL

Your commentators are Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan & Lee Marshall

We get a bunch of recaps from Nitro.

'Machoman' Randy Savage Vs Chris Adams

Chris Adams....I repeat, Chris Adams gets the victory. No, I'm not kidding. Lex Luger comes out and costs Savage the match by hitting Savage with a chair. WOW! didn't expect that.

Hulk Hogan comes out with Eric Bischoff. Hogan brags about bikini beach babes hitting on him and says he's still the champ. Hogan says Nick Patrick counted the three properly. He's too rich, too big, and too darned tanned. He says he's here for life.

J.J Dillon reverses the descision and gives the victory to Randy Savage. Luger says Dillon is a hypocrite and the WCW is gonna do whatever they want. Dillon says he finds no pleasure in the ruling and he's just doing his job.

Rick Martel Vs Louie Spicoli

Martel wins by submission with the Boston Crab. Just a squash match, nothing more.

*1/4 out of 5

We get a clip of Kevin Nash no-showing Starrcade and The Giant beating up Scott Hall

Ohara Vs Tenzan

Tenzan wins with a diving headbutt. This was an alright match. I have never heard of either of them.

*3/4 out of 5

Chris Jericho Vs Ric Flair

Jericho apologizes for flipping out on Nitro again and says it will never happen again. He also says he has screaming fans that adore him. Flair wins by submission with the Figure Four. Jericho flips out again after the match. This was a good match! I really enjoyed it and they had great chemistry. Imagine a match with these two in their prime? wow.

**3/4 out of 5

The Giant Vs Meng

The Giant pretty much squashes Meng. Not much to report.

3/4* out of 5

Goldberg Vs Steve McMichael

Goldberg dominates McMichael! This couldn't make me any happier, since I can't stand McMichael.

* out of 5

Tag Team Titles

The Steiner Brothers Vs Buff Bagwell & Konnan

The Steiner's win. All this was noticeable for was a teasing of a Scott Steiner heel turn.

* out of 5

We get the match from Starrcade between Larry Zbyszko and Eric Bischoff. Larry Zbyszko comes out for an interview. He says he faced Scott Hall for the title 10 years ago. He says he humiliated Scott Hall and made him cry. Larry says instead of being WCW champion, he's with a first rate ship of fools, heading straight to Larry land. He tells Hall not to underestimate him. He can still bench press 400 pounds, he's retired men that make Hall look like Mother Teresa. He says he changed wrestling forever in 1980 when he turned on Bruno Sammartino and he's gonna change Hall at Souled Out for life. Good promo from Larry.

Scott Hall Vs Ray Traylor

Traylor wins, thanks to a distraction from Zbyszko. This was a cool, feel good moment for Traylor. Hall was probably the least selfish person of the Wolfpac.

*3/4 out of 5

We get clips of Hogan vs Sting from Starrcade, as well as the finish from Hogan vs Sting from the Nitro the night after. More controversy. Hogan pins Sting with a handful of tights with Nick Patrick as the corrupt referee and then Sting makes Hogan tap to the Scorpion Deathlock with Randy Anderson as the referee. Bret Hart, DDP, and Sting battle the nWo afterwards.

J.J Dillon calls out Sting and Hogan. The entire nWo is out. J.J Dillon declares the title is vacant. Sting points the bat at Dillon and says Dillon has no guts. He says Hogan is a dead man.

United States Title

DDP (C) Vs Kevin Nash

DDP has the match won, but Hulk Hogan interferes. The Giant has a brawl with Kevin Nash to end the show. Pretty bad match to say the least. DDP looked resilient in defeat, though.

*1/4 out of 5


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