This is my latest THIS WEEK in WCW NITRO. The aftermath of Wrestlemania 17. I hope you enjoy it, and please check out the site if interested. ccwwe.freeforums.net/ (((also forgive my awful acting lol)))
Jeff Hardy vs AJ Styles Chris Daniels & Jay Lethal & Roman Reigns vs Rick Rages & Shelton Benjamin & Seth Rollins Kazarian & Viktor & Konnor vs Razor Ramon Raven vs Brian Kendrick HARDCORE CLASSIC TOURNAMENT Eric Bischoff has until the end of the show to make things right after what went down at Wrestlemania 17. Bischoff delivers.
Falls Count Anywhere - One on One Jericho vs Mr Perfect ***** Winner: Jericho via Liontamer. After the match Goldberg Ran in and Speared Jericho.
Normal Match - One on One Andre the Giant vs Shane McMahon Winner: Double DQ Shane attacked Andre on the stage and the Ref DQ'ed both.
Normal Match One on One Ric Flair Vs Dusty Rhodes ***** Winner: Dusty Rhodes pinned Flair after he hit the bionic elbow. Both wrestlers were busted open in this match.
Normal Match - One on one Larry Zbyszko vs Scott Hall ***** Winner: by Pin Zbyszko *Majorly F'ed up match...Ref glitch. Wouldn't count my cover attempts but would count for Zbyszko. And once Zbyszko was all critical he reversed every submission attempt. This needs to be fixed already. This is the third or fourth time I lost a match because of this glitch.
Normal Match - One on One Goldberg vs Bam Bam Bigelow ***¹/² Winner: Goldberg by Pin off the Jackhammer. I was surprised as I didn't think I would beat Bam Bam with just one finisher.
Normal Match - One on One Sting vs Cactus Jack ***** Winner: Sting by submission to the Scorpion Deathlock.
Normal Match One on One Brock vs Bret Hart ****¹/² Winner: Bret Hart by count out. Both were bloodied Brock had hit me with two F5's already (including one where he caught me on the floor when I jumped over the ropes to hit him with a body press) and he had another finisher stored and I had barely kicked out of his last pin attempt. So once I had my third signature I hit him with a piledriver on the outside and just got back in before the 10 count for the win.
Winner: Flair by Pinfall. ***** This was probably one of the most exciting matches I have played. Dusty came out mid match and double teamed Flair. But somehow I managed to stay in the match until Dusty finally left some 10 minutes later. We both reversed and kicked out of at least 3 finishers each. So I finally just went for the cover because I felt if he covered me again I wasn't kicking out. lol
One on One Normal Match Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs Sting Winner: Sting by submission ****¹/² Oddly enough Vader came out and was cheering Sting on when he is set as one of Sting's enemies.
Fatal 4-Way Mr Perfect vs Rikishi vs Bam Bam vs Big Show. Winner: Mr Perfect pinned Rikishi via the Perfect-plex. ***¹/² I started the match taking out Bam Bam with a steel chair while Big Show and Rikishi faught in the ring. By the time that I had done enough damage to Bam Bam to have two finishers stored I went into the ring where Rikishi had just hit Big Show with his finisher causing Show to roll out of the ring. I hit Rikishi with both Perfect-plexs for the win.
The last three matches are Thunder Rivalry Matches One on One Normal Match Hitman vs Stunning Steve Austin Winner: Stunning Steve Austin via pinfall. He hit me with the Stun-gun and I couldn't kick out. After his celebration there was a cutscene of Austin beating Bret down more. ****
One on On Normal Match Macho Man vs Steamboat Winner: Steamboat by Pin. I hit Macho with Steamboat's top rope flying body press finisher. After the match there was a cutscene of Savage trying to attack Steamboat from behind, but SteamboT got the upper hand and toss him out of the ring. ****
One on One Normal Match Goldberg vs Jericho Winner: Goldberg via Pinfall. This loss was entirely on me. During the match I hit Goldberg with a grapple hold into a pin where Jericho did his cocky foot on the chest cover. But I didn't know which grapple it was and I totally wanted to beat Goldberg with that cover. So while I was trying to replicate the move I knew if he countered me I was probably going to be done and sure enough he countered my grapple and hit me with another Jackhammer. It was a very fun and entertaining match despite the loss. And while I may have lost the match Goldberg took the most damage. *****
Post by The Kevstaaa on Nov 3, 2016 17:37:14 GMT -5
NXT, April, Week 3, Orlando, Florida Tyson Kidd opened the show by cutting a promo about becoming the first NXT Champion. The Revival and Arn Anderson def. The Usos and Diego Emma def. Dana Brooke Christian came to the ring and called out Rusev, asking him to be his tag team partner. Rusev reluctantly accepted. Sin Cara def. Big Show Mr. Perfect def. Seth Rollins to even the score after TakeOver. Number One Contender's Match: Baron Corbin def. Bret Hart and Kevin Owens.
Monday Nitro week 3 of May from Seattle Washington. Match #1 Extreme Rules Match (or as I called it a Bunkhouse Brawl) Ric Flair vs Dusty Rhodes. Winner: Dusty Rhodes after two Bionic elbows *****
Match #2 Elimination Tag Team Match - Normal Hart Foundation vs Dudley Boyz Winners: Hart Foundation via pinfall after two Heart Attacks. ****¹/²
Match #3 Two on Two - Normal Tag Team Match Enforcers vs Rude and Vader Winners: The Enforcers by Pinfall. Double A hit Rude with the Gourdbuster. After the match Hall and Nash walled onto the stage to confront the Enforcers. ****
Match #4 Two on Two - Normal Tag Team Match Hollywood Blondes vs Natural Disasters Winners: the Hollywood Blondes by Pinfall. Stunning Steve's finishers were able to be used against either member so after many pin attempts I finally got Earthquake for the win after countering his finisher. *****
Match #5 One on One - Falls Count Anywhere Ultimate Warrior vs Mr Perfect Winner: Mr Perfect after 3 perfect-plexs. I almost lost this one as after Warrior hit me with his second finisher for the pin the pin meter barely had a sliver left and luckily I hit the mark on the third try to avoid the three count. I think if he went for one more cover before I hit him with the Perfect-plexc I would have lost. *****
Match #6 Triple Threat Match - Normal Goldberg vs Jericho vs Andre Winner: Jericho by submission. Goldberg hit Andre with the Jackhammer then I hit Goldberg with the Lion-tamer for the win. ****¹/²
Match #7 One on One - Normal Match Sting vs Cactus Jack Winner:Sting by submission with the Scorpion Deathlock. ****¹/²
Hey guys. Hope you enjoy this episode. As you can see bellow it's is kind of a weird one. Also check out the website for updates. (also apologizes for the bad voice acting)
ccwwe.freeforums.net/ In a very strange episode we would see the return of Matt Hardy and his friends attempting to delete Edge. One friend being a psycho clown the other being a man in a bear costume. Also an NXT Title rematch from Wrestlemanias Pre Show. Also actor John Goodman shows up and pins Curtis Axel with his team The Good-Men. Sami Zayn vs Alberto Del Rio NXT CHampionship The Bear Beary Windham vs Edge Brothers Keeper vs Dudley Boys John Goodman & Braun Strowman and Erick Rowan vs Curtis Axel
Last Edit: Nov 5, 2016 1:33:39 GMT -5 by NashaCorey
US Championship Ladder Match: Sin Cara def. Kalisto(c), Neville, Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler & Stardust. Kalisto had it won, but Cara convinces him to jump onto Del Rio, (with whom Kalisto has been at war with over the US Title since January) who is laying on a Ladder between the ring & barricade. Cara then climbs the Ladder in the ring and pulls down the US Title.
Brie Bella, Natalya & Paige def. Naomi, Emma & Summer Rae. On the post Fast Lane episode of RAW, Brie came to the ring to give an update on her husband Daniel Bryan. She's interrupted by Naomi, who the night before had cost Paige the Divas Championship. Naomi runs down Bryan & Brie's sister Nikki & Brie attacks her but Summer Rae runs down and her & Naomi leave Brie laying. The next week, Brie lost to Summer and was again attacked by her & Naomi until Natalya made the save. On the following SmackDown, Emma retuned to the main roster and aligned with Naomi & Summer, helping them defeat Natalya & Brie. The 3 women attack Natalya & Brie but Paige makes the save, with a Baseball Bat. The 3 faces tap out the 3 heels with their respective Submission Finishers to win the match.
Zack Ryder won the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, last eliminating The Miz & Baron Corbin. Ryder has earned himself a Championship Match of his choosing tomorrow night on RAW.
Tag Team Turmoil Match for the Tag Team Championship's: Enzo Amore & Big Cass def. The New Day(c), The Dudley's, The Uso's, Los Matadores, & The League of Nations. Enzo pins Kofi after the Bada Boom Shakalaka.
The groundbreaking new professional wrestling promotion, WORLD GRAND WRESTLING, is set and ready to debut their flagship show "STRIKE!" on pay-per-view this coming Monday night. The internet has been buzzing for months now awaiting more news and information on this upstart promotion. In their first ever press release, WGW announced that a trio of the greatest minds in professional wrestling would be managing and overseeing this company's day to day operations. None other than Gabe Sapolsky, Jim Cornette and Paul Heyman, known as "THE BOARD", would be steering this battleship. According to the release last Tuesday, WGW has secured written contracts with some of the best in the business. The primary financial backer is still unknown, but the signed roster as of right now is stacked. THE BOARD stressed that the primary goal of the company is to restore tradition, sport and competition in an industry that has strayed so far from the path. The Board announced that WGW would be running it's events live on pay-per-view for the time being, with a SUPERCARD being held at the end of each month. STRIKE! episodes will go for just nine dollars, and the supercard will be only 15!
We here at GWC ONLINE look forward to seeing what WGW will bring us this coming Monday. Check back for more information as it comes!
THE BOARD issued a statement on GWC ONLINE announcing the card for the first ever episode of "STRIKE!" and that it would be a special two hour showing as well. The card is as follows:
1. THREE WAY DANCE | JERRY LYNN v. JUSHIN "THUNDER" LIGER v. TAJIRI 2. TAG TEAM | THE DUDLEY BOYS (C) v. NATURAL DISASTERS 3. FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE | SAMOA JOE v. BAM BAM BIGELOW 4. ROB VAN DAM v. CHRIS JERICHO 5. CURT HENNIG v. STAN HANSEN 6. RIC FLAIR v. STING
THE BOARD said they specifically built this card to show that they have the absolute best talent on Earth, and by the looks of it they do! Order the first ever episode of "STRIKE!" on DIRECTV this coming Monday!
New RAW GM will be announced on the next RAW episode. Who the hell could it be? It will shock many and surely to disappoint even more. MATCHES ANNOUNCED #1 Con Women's Championship Becky Lynch vs Charlotte vs Sasha Banks vs Paige Dean Ambrose vs Kevin Owens Sheamus vs Shane McMahon
WORLD GRAND WRESTLING Presents... S T R I K E ! | EPISODE #1 | THREE HOUR SPECIAL LIVE ON PAY-PER-VIEW at the WGW ARENA in LAS VEGAS, NV! RIC FLAIR v. STING in the MAIN EVENT!
SHOW OPEN: The first ever televised episode of STRIKE! opened with pyro at the WGW Arena in Nashville, TN! The Broadcast Team consisting of Jim Ross, Bobby Heenan, Tony Schiavone and Mike Tenay welcomed us and ran down the card and hyped up the Main Event, as well as informing us that THE BOARD had a scheduled announcement coming up next!
"THE BOARD MAKES AN ANNOUNCMENT!" Jim Cornette, Gabe Sapolsky and Paul Heyman made their way to the ring, to a standing ovation. With no hesitation, they explained that WGW was here to bring back what's been lost.. competition. Professional Wrestling has lost it's touch. WGW promises to display only the best that the world has to offer. THE BOARD let the crowd know that during the initial stages of the construction of WGW, that they would likely be away for awhile... and that next week they plan on debuting the official Interim President of WGW... who will it be?!
1. THREE WAY DANCE | TAJIRI def. JERRY LYNN, JUSHIN "THUNDER" LIGER Three of WGW's best athletes squared off this eveningin what would best be called a mat classic! From brawling to high-flying, these three showed the audience and the viewers at home what WGW is all about! None other than the "Japanese Buzzsaw" himself won this match with a sickening display of the Tarantula!
"THE NATION OF VIOLENCE HAS ARRIVED!" Samoa Joe made his way to the ring, letting the entire WGW locker room know that he was here with only one goal in mind... to destroy anyone and everyone who stepped in his way, and that he was issuing an open challenge. Later this evening, anyone who felt man enough could come and fight him in a Falls Count Anywhere match! In a surprising turn of events.. "The Beast from the East" Bam Bam Bigelow agreed to the challenge, the two would face off this evening!
2. TAG TEAM | THE DUDLEY BOYS def. NATURAL DISASTERS Two of the most dominant tag teams the world has ever seen, The Dudley Boys squared up against Natural Disasters! What looked to be a back and forth battle in the beginning, quickly turned into The Dudley's dominating Earthquake and Typhoon! This, ladies and gentlemen, is exactly how The Dudley Boys won the coveted WGW Tag Team Championship belts!
"THE KLIQ IS HERE!" Triple H, Kevin Nash and X-Pac made their way to the ring, debuting in WGW. They took no time in mentioning that the current WGW UNIFIED Champion, Scott Hall called them up, and told them he could get the fat money contracts they so desperately coveted. THE KLIQ let everyone know that they are here to run the show!
3. FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE | BAM BAM BIGELOW def. SAMOA JOE Samoa Joe lead this match with an insane offense, but was quickly met, and possibly shocked by Bam Bam Bigelow's level of violence. Quickly escaping the ring, the two men battled it out in the entrance way, with one devastating Greetings From Asbury Park that ended up putting Samoa Joe down for the three count!
"RAVEN CALLS OUT DALLAS PAGE!" Raven made his way to the ring, instantly calling out his arch-nemesis "Diamond" Dallas Page. Raven verbally tore him apart, challenging him to a fight right then. Page then made his way to the ring, and the two brawled until WGW Security separated the two!
4. ROB VAN DAM def. CHRIS JERICHO THE BOARD specifically booked this match based on the competitive nature of these two athletes, and what we got was a purely scientific bout that had the crowd on the edge of their seats the entire time! The two men battled back and forth until a vicious Five Star Frog Splash got Rob Van Dam the win!
"THE BAD GUY IS READY!" WGW's UNIFIED Champion, Scott Hall took to the ring, letting everyone know that now, not only is he going to be the most dominant UNIFIED Champion in history, but now that THE KLIQ is here, he will remain the UNIFIED Champion... until a worthy opponent can change that.. the members of THE KLIQ then came out to join Hall, showing their loyalty to the family!
5. CURT HENNIG def. STAN HANSEN One of the worlds best mat technicians, and a valued member of The Four Horsemen, versus one of the most violent men to ever step in the squared circle, Stan Hansen, these two left it all in the ring this evening! After a hard fought battle, Hennig brought the match home with a Perfect-Plex that put Hansen down for the three!
"RIC FLAIR IS CALLING BULL!" One of the frontrunners contending for the WGW GRAND PRIX Championship, Ric Flair came to the ring to tell the crowd that WGW is full of crap! Flair said he has wrestled in every country, against everyone.. and that there isn't a single person in the back that will stop him from winning the GRAND PRIX title. To be the man, you gotta beat the man. He said that he's gotta fight Sting next, and that Sting better bring his A-Game!
6. MAIN EVENT | STING def. RIC FLAIR via DQ These two have traveled the world, fighting on multiple continents... and here tonight, they would be competing against eachother working towards a shot at Magnum TA's GRAND PRIX Championship! Sting and Flair fought for nearly 30 minutes, multiple close falls and finishers. Fed up that Flair couldn't gain the advantage towards Sting, he evacuated the ring. Sting followed in pursuit and was able to lay Flair down enough so that he could slide in the ring before the 10 count got him too, giving him the victory!
"MAGNUM ADDRESSES FLAIR!" The WGW GRAND PRIX Champion, Magnum TA came to the ring, and immediately addressed Ric Flair's promise of becoming the greatest GRAND PRIX Champion of all time. Magnum left it short and sweet... Flair would have to prove himself actually worthy, and losing by DQ wasn't doing him any favors!
Iron Man Match: AJ Styles def. Chris Jericho. Styles defeated Jericho on RAW the night after his debut at the Royal Rumble. Jericho picked up the win in a rematch two weeks later with Styles beating Jericho again at Fast Lane. The two then teamed up to challenge The New Day for the Tag Team Titles but after they failed to win, Jericho turned on Styles and this match was set to determine once & for all who the better wrestler is. Styles wins 4-3.
Street Fight Match: Brock Lesnar w/ Paul Heyman def. Bray Wyatt. Bray & his family began targeting Brock in the lead up to Royal Rumble and even eliminated him from the Rumble Match itself. They then cost Brock the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Fast Lane. Brock then attacked Bray the night after on RAW. Bray laughed and challenged Brock to this match. Brock took out all Wyatt Family Members on the way to this collision, including a rare match on RAW where he defeated Braun Strowman. Bray took Brock to his limit including hitting a Sister Abigail on the Steel Stairs. He also kicks out of 2 F-5's before Brock locks him in the Kimura Lock. Bray refuses to tap out & Brock breaks his arm and the ref calls it off. After the match Brock stares at Bray before nodding his head in a sign of respect.
Intercontinental Championship Match: Kevin Owens(c) def. Sami Zay. Sami Zayn eliminated Owens from the Royal Rumble Match in January then saved Dolph Ziggler from being Powerbombed on the ring apron at Fast Lane. The next night on RAW, he challenged Owens to an Intercontinental Championship Match at WrestleMania. Owens told him no, he hasn't earned it. After Zayn won a #1 Contender's Battle Royal, Owens Powerbombed him through the Announce Table. Owens pinned Zayn after a Pop Up Powerbomb on the outside.
Women's Championship Match: Sasha Banks def. Charlotte(c) w/Ric Flair & Becky Lynch. On the RAW after Fast Lane, Sasha & Becky both pinned Paige in a #1 Contender's Triple Threat. It was declared the two would face on SmackDown to decide a #1 Contender but Charlotte attacked both women, drawing a Double DQ. She did the same the following week on RAW but this time it backfired and Charlotte was told she would defend against both women at WrestleMania or be stripped of the belt. Both Sasha & Becky have defeated Charlotte in non title matches. Last week on RAW, it was announced that the winner would be presented with with the brand new WWE Women's Championship. Sasha won by rolling up Charlotte after Ric accidentally tripped her. Post match, Charlotte beats up her dad and ends their partnership.
2016 Hall of Fame Inductee's are honoured. Sting's family are there in his place as he prepares for his final match.
Dream Match: The Undertaker def. Sting. The night after last year's WrestleMania, Sting Challenged The Undertaker to this match. At Survivor Series, a month after the brutal Hell in a Cell match with Brock Lesnar, Undertaker accepted. Sting announced in January that it would be his final match. He was then announced as the headline inductee for this year's Hall of Fame Ceremony. Undertaker pins Sting after a Tombstone Piledriver. Post match, both men shake hands. Taker leaves Sting in the ring alone and the crowd chant 'Thank You Sting'.
Hell in a Cell: Seth Rollins def. Triple H. When Triple H turned on Rollins at Survivor Series, revealing Reigns as The Authority's new man, Rollins disappeared. Rollins returned at Fast Lane, costing Triple H a match against Dean Ambrose and continued to attack Triple H for the next few weeks. He challenged Triple H to a match at WrestleMania. Triple H agreed one on condition....it was Hell in a Cell. Rollins agreed. Rollins won via Pedigree after he & Triple H beat the hell out of each other, including Rollins being thrown off the Cell & both men going through the roof after Rollins reversed a Triple H Pedigree.
Orlando will host WrestleMania 33 on April 2nd 2017.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Extreme Rules Match: Dean Ambrose def. Roman Reigns(c) (Special Guest Enforcers: Stone Cold Steve Austin) When Triple H turned on Rollins at Survivor Series, revealing Reigns as The Authority's new man, Rollins disappeared. Meanwhile, Ambrose stepped up to face Roman but was screwed out of the title by Triple H. Ambrose entered #1 in the Royal Rumble but went on to win. He had to face Triple H at Fast Lane but defeated him with help from Seth Rollins. The ref gets bumped and Austin takes his place. Reigns gets in his face and eats a Stunner. Ambrose follows with Dirty Deeds for the win. He celebrates with Austin post match & they share a beer.
New episode of THIS WEEK. Featuring Justin Bieber announced as RAW GM. In a move that could turn many off or bring in a larger audience. Bieber-Fever-Era begins? ccwwe.freeforums.net/
Justin Bieber is announced as the new RAW general manager. Yay or nay? It doesn't matter, Bieber Fever Era has begun. Chris Sabin and James Storm would go after Tag Team champions, The NEW Power Trip, John Cena and Randy Orton. A fatal four for a shot at the women's championship. Samoa Joe would return to attack Chris Jericho. Chris Sabin & James Storm vs John Cena & Randy Orton TAG TEAM TITLES. Chris Nowinski & Goldust / Bayley vs Aiden English & Simon Gotch w/Flair #1 Con Womens Championship Becky Lynch vs Charlotte vs Sasha Banks vs Paige Dean Ambrose DOUBLE COUNT OUT Kevin Owens Sheamus vs Shane McMahon Also Christian would be the newest signee to WWE RAW and attacked the WWE Champion Sting.
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ccwwe.freeforums.net/ Hey guys, another episode up. Hope you like it. Check out the forums as well. Also if you have any suggestions, feedback, ideas/storylines you'd like to see or change. Let me know. ENJOY!
Roman Reigns would ask for a US title match against Seth Rollins but Triple H gave every WCW Champion the night off. And gave Roman a match with Daniel Bryan to earn his title shot. Also HHH's celebrity guest Pauly Shore would get beat up by Roman Reigns backstage.And Luke Harper would enter the Hardcore Classic Tournament in one hell of a match against Eric Young. Chris Daniels & Jay Lethal vs Konnor & Viktor Roman Reigns vs Daniel Bryan Eric Young vs Luke Harper Carlito vs Stevie Richards
Last week of May - Clash of Champions - The show starts off with a promo by Flair. Flair cuts a promo saying there will be changes starting tonight. *There was a glitch where the microphone kept vanishing*
Match #1 Street Fight (Falls Count Anywhere) Jericho vs Goldberg Goldberg has heeled 100% from his injuries. Winner: Jericho via submission with the Lion-tamer. ***** Goldberg was busted open early with a knee. But it was back and forth where both wrestlers countered and where hit each others finishers. Match ended when Goldberg countered the Lion-tamer and went for another Jackhammer only to have Jericho countered it and put him in the Lion-tamer.
Match #3 Two on Two Extreme Rules Tag Team Championship Match Enforcers vs The Outsiders Winners: And Still Champions the Outsiders via pinfall. ***¹/² Not a very exciting match Hall pinned Zbyszko after hitting him with his signature and finisher. *There was a glitch at the beginning of the match when they were in the ring the Enforcers were stuck in the canvas up to their waists.
Promo Call Out Road Warrior Hawk called out Scott Hall and they ended up fighting in the ring.
Match #4 One on One Normal Match Ultimate Warrior vs the Giant Winner: The Ultimate Warrior via pinfall. ***** The Giant attacked the Warrior during his entrance and Warrior countered the attack and busted him open with a chair before putting him inside the ring to start the match. * Warrior's arm tassils seemed a bit glitchy in this match.
Match # One on One Falls Count Anywhere Match Shawn Michaels vs Bret Hart Winner: Bret Hart via pinfall. ***** HBK kicked out of 4 signature piledrivers as well as two sharpshooters and a finisher piledriver through the announcers table before being pinned with my 6th piledriver.
Promo Call Out Ravishing Rick Rude called out the United States Champion Sting after his match.
Match #7 One on One Steel Cage Match for the WCW World Heavywight Championship Dusty Rhodes vs Ric Flair Winner: And Still WCW World Heavywight Champion Ric Flair via escape. ***¹/² Flair went into this match injured. He started the match with his head in purple.
Post by “The Alpha” D Sizzle on Nov 8, 2016 23:20:56 GMT -5
WCW Monday Nitro #1 Year 1 April, Week 2
DDP vs. Justin "Thunder" Liger In the very first Nitro of the new year for WCW, DDP is offered an international challenger in Justin Liger.
Although a tough challenge, Justin Liger couldn't defeat the WCW native in his Nitro debut.
WCW United States Championship: Sting vs. Rick Rude vs. Chris Jericho
In a match between three established stars, the vacant WCW United States Championship will be crowned.
Rick Rude pinned Chris Jericho to earn the title. Rude attacked Sting after the match.
WCW World Championship: Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair (Falls Count Anywhere)
With this match, Ric Flair accomplished an extraordinary feat: fighting for two separate promotions' world titles in the span of a month after being a special guest opponent for Justin Credible on ECW and now back to WCW.
Savage won the match after a diving elbow drop onto the outside floor with a chair.
WCW Monday Nitro #2 Year 1 April, Week 3
Chris Jericho opened the show by talking about Sting. He said Sting didn't deserve to be the automatic number one contender, so he challenged him to a number one contenders match on Nitro next week.
Goldberg vs. Wayne Carpenter Goldberg debuts against Wayne Carpenter...
Goldberg made quick work of Carpenter. Sealing the deal with a Jackhammer.
Cactus Jack vs. Sting
Former ECW Tag Team Champion Cactus Jack returns to WCW to face Sting.
During this fast paced match, Chris Jericho would interrupt allow Cactus Jack to pick up the win. After the match though, Jericho attacked Cactus Jack.
Jim Neidhart w/ Brian Pillman vs. Ric Flair
Coming off a strong run last season, Jim Neidhart and fellow Anti Hart Foundation member Brian Pillman reunited with Bret Hart, and now Neidhart took on Ric a Flair in the main event of Nitro.
At the end of the match, Flair put Neidhart in the Figure Four. Pillman distracted the ref, but it wasn't to help Neidhart. He distracted the referee when Neidhart reached the rope. During the distraction, Flair got up, hit Neidhart with brass knuckles and went for the pin. The referee turned around and counted the fall.
After the match, Pillman laughed maniacally at Neidhart and raised Flair's hand to end the show.
WCW Monday Nitro #3 Year 1, April Week 4
Sting promo accepting the challenge of Jericho and officially making the match.
The Ascension vs. Los Matadores The Ascension dominated Los Matadores and defeated them with the
DDP vs. One Man Gang DDP won after a Diamond Cutter.
The Hart Foundation reunite in a promo.
Bret Hart w/ Jim Neidhart vs. Brian Pillman w/ Ric Flair
After he betrayed Jim Neidhart, the only person Jim Neidhart had by his side was the same man that hated him with a passion just last season. The brothers in law put their feud behind them and decided to reunite the Hart Foundation.
Bret Hart faced Brian Pillman with Neidhart by his side. Flair accompanied Pillman to the ring as part of this new Horseman.
Brian Pillman won after a confrontation between Neidhart and Flair distracted Hart and Pillman capitalized.
WCW United States Championship Number One Contenders Match Sting vs. Chris Jericho
Sting picked up the victory against Jericho, but Rick Rude attacked him when he celebrated his win.
I like the Anti Hart Foundation idea, D-Sizzle. The new Horsemen should be cool too. Alot of cool stuff going on.
Yeah I liked that story when I did it last year and just recently decided to reunite Neidhart with Bret Hart so I can have more teams, and I wanted the horsemen as well.
Back when hen I did the Anti Hart Foundation, Bret and Jim were forced to feud with each other for the US title when Bret won a battle royal number one contenders match. I don't remember the exact details but I think Jim mistook a move by Bret as an attempt to cheat to win, so he got really angry and the feud escalated to where Neidhart decided to just drop his Hart relationship entirely. I even changed his attire to gray, white, and black to disassociate himself with the "Hart" characteristics and wear a modified Hart Foundation shirt to represent the Anti Hart Foundation. It went on for a few months and it was my favorite feud I did last year.