Welcome one! Welcome All! To another edition of The Golden Age of Grappling! This week see a show with two wasted debuts! Purposefully missed match finishes! Plot-holes like swiss cheese! And more apologizing announcers than the 3rd quarter of SuperBowl 38!
We reviewed WCW's Nitro #53 from September 16th 1996!
Welcome one, welcome all to the Golden Age of Grappling! This week we trip back to the 700 mph downhill rush of WCW Nitro as they raced to kill their company as quickly as possible! See Kevin Nash agree to put his career on the line for absolutely no reason! Watch as Scott Norton and Buff Bagwell have the closest thing to an acceptable match of the night! And Witness Raven do nothing as his crew of ICP and Vampiro ruin everything slightly fun about this show! OH yeah, and Hogan changed his clothes...
We reviewed WCW Nitro Episode 203 from August 9th of 1999!
My Fellow Americans, We gather here today to witness, and pay tribute to the tragedy that was Vince Russo's WCW World's Heavyweight Championship Reign. No one could say it started innocently, We can't even say he had the best intentions, The only positive statement that can be made is that it was brief and inconsequential. In the bigger picture we have the continuation of the Jeff Jarret vs Beatlejuice angle. The Finale of the David Flair Kidnapping storyline, And finally and most importantly we get to see the rise of Roderick Strong's lame older brother (Above Average Mike Sanders) and his baseball team of Nash-Heads.
We Reviewed WCW Monday Night Nitro Episode 263 from October 2nd of 2000!
Welcome Brothers and Sisters, Let us bow our heads and raise our voices to the heavens. For it is Episode 33, And This was WCW Monday Night Nitro in the fall of 2000. Listen as the guys recount the first part of this crazy time in WCW. Russo challenges Booker T to a cage match for the WCW World's Heavyweight Championship, Howard Stern's Wack-Pack talked about half naked women, and Kevin Nash was mentoring an entire baseball team's worth of PowerPlant graduates.