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ECW Wrestlepalooza (1998)

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Credited cast:
Bill Alfonso ...
Himself
Scott Bigelow ...
Bam Bam Bigelow
Terry Brunk ...
Sabu
Michael Bucci ...
Super Nova
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Chris Candido
Lou D'angeli ...
Sign Guy Dudley- The Dudley Boys
Shane Douglas ...
Himself
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Tommy Dreamer
Darren Drozdov ...
Droz
Bill Eadie ...
The Masked Superstar
Francine Fournier ...
Francine
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The Sandman
Joel Gertner ...
Himself - The Dudley Boys
Trisa Hayes ...
Beulah McGillicutty
Brian Heffron ...
The Blue Meanie
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3 May 1998 (USA)  »

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PPV in-ring debuts for the Blue Meanie and Super Nova. See more »

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Follows ECW Living Dangerously '98 (1998) See more »

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Great card!
8 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

1. Blue Meanie/Super Nova Vs. Little Quido/Tracy Smothers - Freshy tag Team bout. 7.5/10

2. Justin Credible Vs. Mikey WhipWreck - Impact! I'm sorry for Mikey lose. 8/10

3. ECW World Tag Team Title Match: Champs-Chris Candido/Lance Storm Vs. Axl Rotten/Balls Mahoney - Champs retained. 8/10

4. Bam Bam Bigelow Vs. New Jack - BBB won in one really bloody match. 7/10

5. Sandman/Tommy Dreamer Vs. Buh-Buh Ray Dudley/D-Von Dudley - Simply: another team action. Spike join Dreamer later. 8.5/10

6. ECW T.V. Title Match: Sabu Vs. Champ-Rob Van Dam - Maybe match of the 1998? It's funny how ECW guys survive every chair/whatever shot and guys from WWF or WCW take one cheap-chair-shot and it's over. Time-limit draw, btw. 10/10

7. ECW World Heavyweight Title Match: Champ-Shane Douglas Vs. Al Snow - Shane retained... again... 7.5/10


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