Written by: Bob Colling
World Championship Wrestling presents Worldwide
From: Orlando, FL
1.) Meng defeated Scott Sandlin
2.) Johnny B. Badd defeated Buddy Vale
3.) Pretty Wonderful defeated Casey Thompson & Manny Fernandez
4.) The Blue Bloods defeated The Fantastics
1. Mean Gene talks to Big Bubba Rogers. Bubba is going to beat Sting up like he did last time and leave kids wondering why Sting is a loser. They meet at Slamboree in a lights out match.
2. Eric Bischoff follows up on Diamond Dallas Page being rich. They won thirteen million dollars recently and they are at a fancy restaurant. Page tells Kimberly to shut her mouth and tells Bischoff that they were framed to be seen as being poor. DDP brags about being on the top floor. DDP talks about winning his money gambling. He has gold everywhere except around his waist, but that will be changing soon for him.
3. Fulton and Regal kick off the main event. Regal is flipped out of the corner and Fulton controls the arm. Rogers tags in to dropkick Regal to keep control of the match. Rogers hits a cross body off the ropes for a near fall. Eaton tags in but is taken down by Rogers with a drop toe hold. Eaton stops Rogers with a boot to the midsection. Rogers soon comes back with a dropkick and a head scissors. Rogers goes for another head scissors but Regal drops Rogers throat first across the top rope while the referee was distracted. Eaton tags in and knee drops Rogers to prevent a sunset flip. Rogers is able to tag in Fulton, who cleans house with right hands. Eaton is dropkicked to the floor and Regal is taken down with a double suplex. Regal suffers a double dropkick from the middle rope. Eaton from the top with the Tower of London on Fulton! Regal pins Fulton to win the match. (*1/2. A rather quick match, but it was a fairly enjoyable match. I would be interested to see these two teams get ten minutes to really put something together. The Fantastics are an underappreciated tag team in WCW at this time.)
Nothing great on the show this week. The push for the Blue Bloods continue, and I’m fine with that. They are a good heel team and the tag division needs to be freshened up with the ever long running feud between the Nasty Boys and Harlem Heat. The Fantastics deserve more than to be jobbed every week on Worldwide, too.
Thanks for reading.
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