Former WCW World Champion Sting has had numerous top challengers competing against the likes of Cactus Jack, WCW United States Champion Rick Rude and Big Van Vader in recent months. The challengers don’t stop coming after Sting. The most recent foe surprised the wrestling world with his appearance. Read more
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Bruce Prichard sits down for an interview in the Crossfire section. Nikita Koloff talks about his return to WCW. Jimmy Hart has spent some money to protect Money Inc. Sting is out for revenge on Rick Rude. Cactus Jack and Abdullah have a bizarre partnership. All this and much more in this magazine! Read more
There is no question that WWE’s breakout network-exclusive NXT brand is largely responsible for introducing some of today’s brightest wrestling stars to the masses. From former world champions, indy darlings, and Japanese strikers, to some of the most colorful women, cruiserweights, and characters of the last decade, most have stepped through the NXT curtain well on their way to dazzle crowds on Monday Night Raw or Smackdown Live! on Tuesdays. Patrick Clark will prove to be no different… Except, there is something about him that is. The newly dubbed “Velveteen Dream” has not only grabbed my attention, but has been able to spark my interest in a product I no longer really go out of my way to watch. Read more
In the last poll, there was a tie between ECW Barely Legal 1997 and WCW Bash at the Beach 1996 to be viewed on a future edition. It’s likely that she’ll watch Barely Legal first. There’s no timeframe on when this will happen, but be on the lookout for it!
The previous two editions of this series saw my girlfriend, Carly, watched WCW UnCensored 1995 and WWF King of the Ring 1996. Both of which, are three hour pay per views. This time around, I decided to go with a change of pace and length. Carly sat down and watched a WWF Saturday Night Main Event from 1989. The hour special usually had several high profile matches in a tighter time schedule.
Find out Carly’s reaction to guys like Rick Rude, Randy Savage, Big Bossman, and Demolition! Read more
Hopefully, you like Vic Venom (Vince Russo). He’s in this quite a bit. The hype for the USA vs. Canada feud is heavily featured. Plus, Ahmed Johnson gives us an in-depth look at gang life and what it’s all about. The feud between Mankind and Hunter Hearst Helmsley is highlighted, as well. All that and more! Read more
Inside Wrestling April ’94 focuses on the Computer Challenge Tournament to see just who the best wrestler is. Yokozuna wanting to quit, but isn’t allowed to? Ric Flair talks regaining the WCW World Championship. Sting chats with Ron Simmons to see where his mind is at. Also, what is with Lex Luger not challenging for the WWF World Championship? Read more
At the end of 1991, a new stable of wrestlers named the Dangerous Alliance stormed into World Championship Wrestling led by Paul E. Dangerously. He recruited top wrestlers Rick Rude, Steve Austin, Bobby Eaton, Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko to form one of the best stables in wrestling history. It wouldn’t take long before the group would hold several of the top titles in the company.
The main attraction for the show was the WCW World Championship showdown between former friends as champion Lex Luger defended against Sting. The show took place on February 29th in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
On July 12th 1992, Big Van Vader won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship when he defeated Sting at the Great American Bash. It was widely considered that it was time for Vader to have a lengthy title run and establish himself. That time would come in 1993, but not in 1992. Read more