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WCW/NWO Fall Brawl: War Games (1998)

War Games Match (winner to recieve a WCW Title Shot at Halloween Havoc): Hulk Hogan vs. Dallas Page vs. Sting vs. Stevie Ray vs. The Warrior vs. Lex Luger vs. Bret Hart vs. Kevin Nash vs. ... See full summary »
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... Diamond Dallas Page
Jim Hellwig ... The Warrior
... Bret 'The Hitman' Hart
... Roddy Piper
... Kevin Nash
Lash Huffman ... Stevie Ray
... Hollywood Hogan
... Sting
Larry Pfohl ... Lex Luger
... Chris Jericho
Eduardo Hernández ... Juventud Guerrera
... Konnan
... Scott Hall
Dean Malenko ... Dean Malenko
... Curt Hennig
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War Games Match (winner to recieve a WCW Title Shot at Halloween Havoc): Hulk Hogan vs. Dallas Page vs. Sting vs. Stevie Ray vs. The Warrior vs. Lex Luger vs. Bret Hart vs. Kevin Nash vs. Roddy Piper, WCW Television Title: Chris Jericho vs. fake Goldberg, WCW Cruiserweight Title: Juventud Guerrera vs. Silver King, Rick Steiner vs. Scott Steiner, Dean Malenko vs. Curt Hennig, Perry Saturn vs. Raven, Konnan vs. Scott Hall, Jim Neidhart & Davey Boy Smith vs. Disco Inferno & Alex Wright, Ernest Miller vs. Norman Smiley Written by Anonymous

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13 September 1998 (USA)  »

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After the Curt Hennig-Dean Malenko match, which Hennig won, Arn Anderson told Malenko, "It's time." Malenko had been telling Arn to reform the Four Horsemen. The following night on WCW Monday Nitro: Episode #4.1 (1998) (September 14, 1998), Ric Flair returned, as he had been kept off of TV for months due to a lawsuit from incompetent boss Eric Bischoff, marking the debut of the final version of the Four Horsemen: Flair, Chris Benoit, Malenko and Steve McMichael, with Arn as manager. See more »

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Utter Crap
20 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

This was such a bad PPV. The only match that was anywhere close to good was Raven vs. Perry Saturn. Some matches, such as The British Bulldog and Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart vs. Alex Wright and Disco Inferno, were seemingly thrown onto the card with no reason to be there other than to give those guys something to do. The main event, War Games, was the worst of its kind and killed off the match as the Fall Brawl main event forever. (Read: the 2 years, 6 months and 13 days WCW had left). The Cruiserweight Title match between Juventud Guerrera and Silver King should have been much better. The highly talented Norman Smiley is reduced to carrying then-boss Eric Bischoff's useless buddy Ernest "The Cat" Miller. The heavily hyped return of the Ultimate Warrior only served to make the product worse. Don't watch this show. Ever.


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