–Gene Okerlund and Dusty Rhodes are doing commentary and they are live from St. Petersburg, Florida since tonight’s broadcast is the Slamboree pre-show.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are doing commentary and they are taped from Atlanta, Georgia. Tonight’s episode is only an hour in length because Atlanta Braves baseball gets more interest on TBS.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are in the booth and they are taped from Atlanta, Georgia.
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–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are doing commentary and they are taped from Orlando, Florida. Heenan warns Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage that they do not want Ric Flair reinstated.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are calling the action tonight and they are taped from Atlanta, Georgia. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, these tapings were held on March 22.
–Footage of Vader and Ric Flair beating up Dave Sullivan on last week’s show is aired. The video package also hypes tonight’s Randy Savage-Avalanche main event and Sergeant Craig Pittman.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are doing commentary and they are taped from Atlanta, Georgia. This show occurred on March 8 and, according to the historyofwwe.com, it attracted 785 fans.
–Eric Bischoff and Bobby Heenan are on commentary and they are live from Tupelo, Mississippi, the site of tonight’s Uncensored pay-per-view. Heenan is still rattled from how Ric Flair snapped last night on WCW Saturday Night, which is replayed for the viewing audience.
–Tony Schiavone interviews WCW Champion Hulk Hogan in the aisle. Hogan mocks Vader’s taunt and says that Jimmy Hart is busy with the “ultimate surprise” backstage. He then proceeds to go into his usual habit of promising to run wild on Vader tonight.
–WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat and Stars & Stripes cut promos against each other since they are in the feature match tonight.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are today’s commentary team and they are taped from Atlanta, Georgia.
–Gordon Solie, Larry Zbyszko, and Dusty Rhodes are doing commentary and they are taped from Columbus, Georgia. The taping was done on January 9, attracting a sellout crowd of 5,000 (only 2,000 paid, though, according to thehistoryofwwe.com) to the Municipal Auditorium. This was the last WCW show at the venue.
–Gene Okerlund and Bobby Heenan are the studio hosts for a special ninety minute episode.
–Vince McMahon hypes today’s match for the Intercontinental title where Jeff Jarrett will defend the title against Aldo Montoya.
–McMahon and Dok Hendrix are doing commentary and they are concluding the tapings in Glen Falls, New York.
–Todd Pettengill recaps the end of last week’s main event between Razor Ramon and Tatanka, which resulted in a double count out and saw a brawl between both participants, the 1-2-3 Kid, and King Kong Bundy.
–Todd Pettengill and Gorilla Monsoon are doing commentary, with both of them still in Lowell, Massachusetts. They allow Pettengill to do the lead play-by-play duties for the show, which is really puzzling.
–Footage of Tatanka interfering in the Lex Luger-King Kong Bundy match last week and the British Bulldog saving Luger from a beatdown is shown.
–Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are in the commentary booth and they are wrapping up the tapings in Augusta, Georgia.
–Men on a Mission say that they are excited to fight for the tag team titles on today’s show. The Smoking Gunns do a lot of smiling and say that they will make Men on a Mission yell “Whoop, there they go!”
–Jim Ross and Todd Pettengill are in the booth and they are broadcasting from a new taping location in North Charleston, West Virginia. The tapings were done on February 22.
–Vince McMahon and Jim Cornette are in the booth and they are live from Macon, Georgia. Less than 3,000 fans bought tickets to this show, illustrating just how cold the product was at the time.
–Gorilla Monsoon and Ted DiBiase are in the booth.
–After a bunch of rehashed Action Zone matches we get a video package about Hakushi. At house shows around this time Hakushi’s manager Shinja was told to cut promos against the crowds so that they would not cheer for the Japanese talent.