WCW Prime for December 18 featured a couple of original bouts, with Chris Cruise and Dusty Rhodes on commentary. They are sporting Santa hats for the show.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are in the booth and they are taped from Orlando, Florida.
–Tony Schiavone and Dusty Rhodes are in the booth and they are taped from Atlanta, Georgia. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, these shows were taped on November 16 and 29 at Center Stage.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are doing commentary and they are taped from Orlando, Florida. Heenan puts over his business partnership with New Japan, ignoring that he took their money fraudulently for half of WCW Pro.
Note: I hope that everyone on the Blog is having a great Christmas holiday today. I have also started a website to archive some of my work here. I will be gradually uploading my 1995 WCW reviews there and all of my reviews for the WWF have been posted and indexed. Check it out at www.wrestlewatch.com. Also, look for information on this year’s Doomies near the end of next week.
WCW Prime for November 27 featured the debut of the Super Assassins in a match that tasked Chris Cruise and Dusty Rhodes with commentating duties.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are calling the matches and they are live from Norfolk, Virginia.
–Gene Okerlund interviews Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, and Sting. The crowd gives Hogan a mixed reaction as he talks about how he has not fully embraced the dark side and is going back to his babyface persona. He sheds his black gear, which Sting tosses into a black container that explodes. The problem is that the fire gets to be too much, so Sting has to keep going back to the container to pour water on it or keep down the smoke. WCW technicians are eventually forced to put it out. Savage tells Sting that he is cool with him again as Sting acts like a star-struck teenager. Hogan says that Savage’s arm is not actually hurt and goes into a crazy rant about a “rag sheet” that said the Giant was going to win – the rag sheet in question being a copy of Dave Meltzer’s Wrestling Observer – and how the Internet has the “real scoops.” The Observer copy is burned as regular fans at home have no idea what Hogan is talking about.