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List of PREVIOUS winners : The Golden Noggers RECAP!

2020.09.07 19:38 Victor_Basaldua_C List of PREVIOUS winners : The Golden Noggers RECAP!

List of PREVIOUS winners : The Golden Noggers RECAP!
It is well known in the OSW community that the Golden Nogger Awards are without a shine of a doubt one of the most prestigious awards that somebody involved in this great sport (or any sport) could win. The coveted Cunt of the Year and Roidy Magoo Award have become a staple in the industry with many personalities doing their best each year just to have a chance to take home the precious statuette. Many people consider the OSW Hall of Fame to be THE only hall of fame in pro wrestling that has any worth because of how dramatically difficult it is to get inducted in it (if you were nominated but didn't win, you can't be eligible to be in it ever again!).
So with the next Golden Nogger Awards Ceremony taking place after Wrestlemania 11 i thought it would be a great idea to look back at previous Golden Nogger Award Winners!
So it is with my pleasure, and arms wide open, to bring to you the complete list of all previous winners. So sit back , put on your reading glasses and let´s do it to it!

First Ever Annual Golden Nogger Awards Ceremony (for 2013 episodes)

The first GNA had 8 Awards for 8 different categories. 7 in the original broadcast and 1 other that was presented a year later (What Bar!? of the Year Award).
1. Episode of the Year
  • WWE Royal Rumble 1992 - OSW Review #27
2. Intro of the Year
  • Botchamania (WWE SummerSlam 1992 - OSW Review #29)
3. What Bar!? of the Year
  • Virgil as a Nogger (WWE This Tuesday in Texas - OSW Review #25)
4. Quote of the Year
  • Winner: "Doink Brah! Ya Making Kids Cry, Brah!" - V1
  • Runner-up: "He is a Nogger" - V1
  • 3rd Place: "What Bar is He!?" - Jay Hunter
5. Roidy Magoo Award
  • Scott Steiner
6. Cunt of the Year
  • Cunt Hogan
7. OSW Hall Of Fame (Lifetime Achievement Award)
  • Inductee: Worzel
  • Runner-up: Rubbish Ronnie Garbage (Ronnie Garvin)
  • 3rd Place: Virgil
8. Host of the Year
  1. Jay Hunter (43%)
  2. Mr. OOC (30%)
  3. V1(21%)

2nd Annual Golden Nogger Awards Ceremony (for 2014 episodes)

The 2nd GNA came with some changes. Now 9 awards are in line and the coveted Host of the Year award was retired! In the 1st GNA, V1 showed his incredible workrate winning 1st and 2nd place for best quote but was snubbed in the Host of the Year category getting a sloppy 3rd place, this obviously lit a fire in V1's eyes and he would become one the most awarded in future years!
Fun Fact: this edition is the one with the most episodes to choose from (13).
1. Episode of the Year
  • WCW Halloween Havoc 1995 - OSW Review 46!
2. Intro of the Year
  • OSW&YOU: Partners in Freedom (ECW December to Dismember - OSW Review #43)
3. Segment of the Year
  • OSW run down their BOYS (WWE Capital Carnage 1998 - OSW Review #40)
4. What Bar!? of the Year
  • Zodiac as a barrrcode (WCW Halloween Havoc 1995 - OSW Review 46!)
5. Best Song Cover
  • R-O-N MASTRIO (Rey Misterio's 619 cover)
6. Quote of the Year
  • Winner: "Homer Simpson Ya Fucking Animal, Ya" - V1
  • Runner-up: JBL Impressions - V1, Jay Hunter & Mr. OOC
  • 3rd Place: V1's Joey Styles "Total Elimination" - V1
7. Roidy Magoo Award
  • Test
8. Cunt of the Year
  • Cunt JBL
9. OSW Hall Of Fame (Lifetime Achievement Award)
  • Inductee: Ed Leslie
  • Runner-up: Kronus
  • 3rd Place: Funley
  • Other Nominees: Quarter Past Ten Mike Knox and Thurman Sparky Plugg

3rd Annual Golden Nogger Awards Ceremony

At this point in time The GNA have already become a staple in the industry. The ceremony got mainstream attention and now even movies became eligible to win the awards! The Golden Noggers transcends wrestling! Also, from this point on 10 golden noggers will be awardaded each year!
1. Episode of the Year
  • WrestleMania X7 (2001) - OSW Review 55
2. Intro of the Year
  • Acceptable in the 80s Wrestlemania X-7 Story Arc (Wrestlemania X-7 Story Arc)
3. Segment of the Year
  • XFL Retrospective (WWE No Way Out 2001 - OSW Review 50)
4. What Bar!? of the Year
  • Big E as a Can of Pussy (WWE SummerSlam 2015 - OSW Review 54)
5. Best Song Cover
  • It's Tazz! (Tazz's song cover)
6. State of your Hair!
  • Samurai Cop Wig
7. Quote of the Year
  • Winner: "Are you Ready to Enter hell?" (V1 to his hospital patients) - Mr. OOC
  • Runner-up: "I'm fucking not I'll take it in my knees" (Kane Knee Bumping) - V1
  • 3rd Place: "I be lovin' seeing them tits" - V1
8. Roidy Magoo Award
  • Scott Steiner
9. Cunt of the Year
  • Cunt Stephanie Mcmahon
10. OSW Hall Of Fame (Lifetime Achievement Award)
  • Inductee: Sweet Zombie Linda
  • Runner-up: Kane's Knee
  • 3rd Place: Tazz
  • Other Nominees: Limp Bizkit and Foley Book Reviews

4th Annual Golden Nogger Awards Ceremony

There are some surprises here and there in this ceremony, but one thing remains the same: V1 going home with 2 spots in the podium for best quote(4 years in a row now!).
Fun Fac: this edition is the one with less episodes to choose from (8).
1. Episode of the Year
  • The Room (2003) - OSW Film Review!
2. Intro of the Year
  • Zojack Yesman (Dungeon of Doom Storyline Arc)
3. Segment of the Year
  • TRI! (WCW Starrcade 1994 - OSW Review #56 / 4 Years in the Making)
4. What Bar!? of the Year
  • Akira Hokuto as Mr. Sparkle (WCW World War 3 - OSW Review 59)
5. Best Song Cover
  • MYAH MYAH MYAH! (Black Reign song cover)
6. Best Dressed (replacing State of your Hair!)
  • Mudslide
7. Quote of the Year
  • Winner: Lex Selling - V1 & Jay Hunter
  • Runner-up: "His super pubic fat was muffin-topping out of his onesie" - V1
  • 3rd Place: Col. Parker Impression - Jay Hunter
8. Roidy Magoo Award
  • The Ultimate Solution
9. Cunt of the Year
  • Cunt Hogan
10. OSW Hall Of Fame (Lifetime Achievement Award)
  • Inductee: Lex Luger
  • Runner-up: Kevin Sullivan
  • 3rd Place: Nick Bockwinckel

5th Annual Golden Nogger Awards Ceremony

Ladies & Gentlemen, the streak is over. After 4 years in a row getting two out of the 3 spots in the podium in the Favorite Quote category, this year V1 didn't even make it to the top 3. However, Jay Hunter does it again winning for the second year in a row and also appearing 2 times in the top 3 for the second time in two years!
1. Episode of the Year
  • TNA Lockdown 2007 - OSW Review 64
2. Intro of the Year
  • V1 vs Subway Employee (TNA Lockdown 2007 - OSW Review 64)
3. Segment of the Year
  • Rodney The Piper (NXT Orlando - OSW Review!)
4. What Bar!? of the Year
  • Black Reign as a Trashbag (TNA Bound For Glory 2007 - OSW Review 66)
5. Best Song Cover
  • Bootylicious
6. Best Dressed
  • Homeless V1
7. Quote of the Year
  • Winner: "Here's your clean sandwich, your majesty" - Mr. OOC
  • Runner-up: It's priceless…"Literally worthless" - Jay Hunter
  • 3rd Place: "WCW lost it's tv deal with TNT and died. ECW lost it’s tv deal with TNN and died. In 2014 TNA lost it’s tv deal with Spike…BUT LIVED!" - Jay Hunter
8. Roidy Magoo Award
  • Test
9. Cunt of the Year
  • Cunt Pac-man Jones
10. OSW Hall Of Fame (Lifetime Achievement Award)
  • Inductee: Black Reign
  • Runner-up: Rodney The Piper
  • 3rd Place: Tommy Wiseau
  • Other Nominees: Vince Russo and The Murder Couch

6th Annual Golden Nogger Awards Ceremony

This is it boys. The last GNA. Another movie takes the big one, an award is named after a certain wrestler and V1 fails once again to get a singles top 3 in Quote of the Year.
1. Episode of the Year
  • Fatal Deviation (1998) - OSW Film Review!
2. Favorite Animated Segment (Replacing Intro of the Year)
  • Razor Pearl Harbors Owen (WWF First Ever RAW! - OSW Review 73)
3. Segment of the Year
  • King of the Ring Retrospective (WWF King of the Ring 1993 - OSW Review 76)
4. What Bar!? of the Year
  • Asuka as OSW Review (WWE WrestleMania 34 (2018) - OSW Review 71)
5. Best Song Cover
  • Brie Mode
6. Best Dressed
  • Paige's Makeup
7. Quote of the Year
  • Winner: "Turn off the Tv and don’t fucking touch me" - Mrs. V1 (Bee1)
  • Runner-up: "I've seen what Bully Ray looks like, that guy has never turn heel on a cheesburger in his life" - Maffew Botchamania
  • 3rd Place: "You make me look bad, that's not good" - V1, Jay Hunter & Mr. OOC
8. Roidy Magoo Award
  • Jinder Mahal
9. Cunt of the Year
  • Cunt Hogan
10. OSW Hall Of Fame (Lifetime Achievement Award)
  • Inductee: Bobby Heenan
  • Runner-up: Max Moon
  • 3rd Place: Bret Hart
  • Other Nominees: OOC, The Horse and Trim, County Meath
Before you go here's a little bit of trivia for ya!:
Scott Steiner is the first ever to win 2 awards in the same category. Test is the third to win 2 awards in the same category. They are both on the race to have the Roidy Magoo award named after them.
Cunt Hogan is the first ever to win 3 awards in the same category, thus the Cunt of the Year is now named The Cunt Hogan Cunt of the Year Award.
The prestigious OSW Hall of Fame is composed of: Worzel, Ed Leslie, Sweet Zombie Linda, Lex Luger, Black Reign and Bobby Heenan.
Final tally on Quote of the Year:
V1 and his strong performance in the Quote of the Year category.
And of course, still to this day Jay Hunter is the only one to ever win the Host of the Year award!
That's it everyone, and if you read this far, always remember the real winner is you!
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2020.08.27 18:18 SaintRidley Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Mar. 21, 1988

March 21, 1988
Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words, continuing in the footsteps of daprice82. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
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  • It’s a really slow week for news, so Dave spends a lot of real estate giving his predictions for Wrestlemania and Clash of the Champions. Wrestlemania is first, and he starts with the tournament. There are only three real contenders there: Hogan, DiBiase, and Savage. Everyone else isn’t good enough to carry the company or has loads of baggage the company doesn’t want coming back up. The recent tv taping’s third hour was meant for post-Wrestlemania, so guaranteed non-winners are Andre, Duggan, Reed, Muraco, and Bigelow. Steamboat and Rude probably make it through a round, but not to the final. WWF has foreshadowed things a bit, though. Changing the brackets seems designed to get Savage to the finals, which really necessitates a heel opposite him, which rules out Hogan. Since DiBiase could have won the title in the old bracket without facing Savage in the final (they would have met in the semifinals), changing the bracket to put Savage in the final seems suspect from a DiBiase-must-win scenario. Secondly, the latest issue of WWF magazine has a photo of Elizabeth shopping, captioned “Elizabeth, manager of the World Wrestling Federation Champion Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage”). Red herring? Misprint? Clue? It’s hard to say. The magazine has been out for two weeks. Lastly, a reader swears they were at the taping and peeked behind the curtain and saw Savage carrying the title while doing a promo. Savage has Dave’s vote, as everything just adds up to it and has been since they changed the bracket. For the IC title match, Dave predicts the match will not only be terrible, but that Honkeytonk Man will no longer be the worst Intercontinental Champion ever. Beefer to win it, because somehow he’s managed to get more over than he has any right to be with this barber thing. The Islanders and Heenan vs. Koko B. Ware and the Bulldogs seems destined to go to the Bulldogs, in part because after Dynamite’s injury last year, somehow the company decided to use their time to get Matilda over and this is Matilda’s return. They’ve only got Heenan in so Matilda can chase him around the ring. For the tag titles, Dave predicts Demolition to win. WWF has booked a title change for the tag titles every Wrestlemania to include a tag title match so far, and curiously, Demolition seem to be getting over real well - the last show at the Cow Palace saw all the fans dutifully cheer every face and boo every heel during the announcement of the card with one exception: Demolition got cheered and Strike Force got booed. Dave really hopes Warrior vs. Hercules won’t be the template for pro wrestling in the 90s, as Dave’s only predictions are that this will be a worst match of the year candidate and that neither man will live to see the age of 50. He’s half right: Herc died at 47, but Warrior managed to make it all the way to 54. Lastly, Dave considers the battle royal, a bad concept that Bret Hart managed to single-handedly save and make work previously. There’s no stakes and no heat, it’s just a way to get everyone a payday. Dave’s predictions: babyface will probably win, George Steele won’t get in the ring, Roma and Powers will smile, JYD won’t do anything, Sam Houston takes the best bump going out if he doesn’t win, Harley Race takes the next best bump.
  • Over in Greensboro Coliseum, Crockett’s Clash of the Champions offers its own speculative fun. Flair vs. Sting will certainly go over 20 minutes with loads of near falls and all the usual stuff (Sting not selling the suplex, Flair getting plucked off the top rope). It’s a Ric Flair match, so it’s going to be exactly what you expect, which isn’t a bad thing really. But it does kind of take the excitement out of things. Flair’s gonna get destroyed, but he won’t lose the title and the finish will be one we’ve all seen before. Woo. Dusty and the Road Warriors vs. Ivan Koloff and the Powers of Pain in a barbed wire match seems to exist just for the sake of lots of blood, and barbed wire matches aren’t conducive to good wrestling. Dave figures Dusty wins to the disappointment of many while satiating fans’ blood thirst. For the NWA tag titles, Dave thinks Luger has improved enough to hold up his end of things and the other three are some of the best workers in the territory. Probably a DQ win for the Horsemen, but Luger and Windham winning the titles isn’t a negligible possibility either. On paper, it’s an easy 3.5 star+ match. For the U.S. Tag Titles, Midnight Express vs. the Fantastics looks like a title change. Cornette’s spent too long hyping the length of the Midnights’ title reign for it not to be, and you gotta put over the Fantastics now before fans have a chance to turn on them for being small and too much like the Rock & Roll Express. Rotundo vs. Garvin in an amateur rules match, Dave doesn’t have a prediction for the winner, but figures Rotundo will cheat somehow and Sullivan will do something dastardly, and a hot angle should spin out of it. Finally, Zbyszko vs. Shane Douglas will end, Dave guesses, in a time limit draw or some other kind of unclear finish. Shane’s gotten good, but with Magnum managing others for the Crockett Cup and the Dusty/Zbyszko feud going nowhere, it seems his push is being tweaked.
  • Wrestlemania 4 did finally sell out this past week for the live crowd. You can point out how last year’s show sold over 90,000 tickets to sell out and this show has only 13,500 sold tickets, but there are more things to consider. Last year, all of Michigan was blacked out for closed-circuit and PPV, meaning to see Wrestlemania you either had to leave the state or be in attendance. On the flip side, WWF has eight closed-circuit sites in New York City, eight more in New Jersey, one in Philadelphia, and PPV everywhere. So that’s a huge difference in accessibility, plus tickets this year were way more expensive. Last year’s average ticket price was $16.50, with a lot of $9 tickets for the cheap seats and $100 for the top price. The lowest price this year is $25, and the top price is $150. Overall, this year’s live gate will still be around $1 million, even with the smaller audience.
  • The Crockett Cup’s top ten seeds will be announced at Clash of the Champions. Dave has word about the top 10, and those are Arn & Tully, Dusty & Nikita, Road Warriors, Midnight Express, Powers of Pain, Luger and Windham, Fanatics, Mike otundo & Rick Steiner, Sting & Ron Garvin, and Ivan Koloff & Dick Murdoch. No big name outside teams look to be involved, since even if the Von Erichs and Inoki were to send teams over, they’d insist on them being seeded, if not outright making it to the finals. Crockett’s dropping hints about Puerto Rico and Japan, but there’s no indication other than that of any deals in the works. Steve Williams is returning, but don’t expect him to have a unification match with Ric Flair on night two - the scuttlebutt is that a face from one of the seeded teams will pull out of the tournament to challenge him.
  • WWF looks to be going with Andre vs. Duggan as their big angle following Wrestlemania. They shot the first thing for it on March 9 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where Jim Duggan interrupted an Andre and DiBiase interview, only to get beat up and headbutted off stage before he tries to charge and is held back. This is set to air the day before Wrestlemania. The second part of the angle, set to air after Wrestlemania, has Duggan interfere in an Andre match until Andre chokes him and Duggan bleeds from the mouth until he can somehow get his 2x4 and knock Andre out. They bring out a stretcher for Andre but he wakes up and goes berserk, chasing Pat Patterson to backstage.
  • A bigger surprise from that taping, though, is Owen Hart. Apparently he worked the previous night in Bristol, Tennessee as well, but the big deal is he appeared using his real name. He jobbed in a squash in his first match of the show, then had a match in the third hour against Hercules where he got to do a lot of his really cool offense and the crowd was into it, and definitely seems like this match was taped for April 2. No idea if Hart is in for a try-out or what, though it makes little sense to Dave that they’d debut him as a jobber if this was a debut.
  • Outlet Communications, which owns both WATL in Atlanta and Pro Wrestling This Week, is for sale. They’re using it to fuel an angle on the show, announcing on this week’s episode that someone is attempting a hostile takeover.
  • AGB, the other national ratings source besides Neilsen, came out with their ratings for The Main Event. They listed it 35th for the week out of 72 shows, with a 15.1 rating and 23 share (Neilsen had them at 31st place). WWF winning the time slot for the night, which looked really clear going by Neilsen, is now disputed, as AGB had the CBS Beauty and the Beast that aired at the same time ahead of it at 32nd place for the week. This is a huge blow to WWF. Vince had been claiming that Andre vs. Hogan would put them right at the top for the week and be the highest rated show in prime time all season. And now he can’t even definitively claim top of the time slot, nevermind beating Dallas (which both groups had ranking in the top 20).
  • In syndicated ratings, the week ending February 14 saw the WWF network rank 4th place with an 11.1 combined rating. Crockett had a 7.9, falling to 7th place.
  • The Sammartino family is in the news this week. Last week, Bruno quit WWF to promote a 900 hotline amid many complaints about the state of wrestling and WWF specifically. Bruno’s contentions have to do with insulting the intelligence of the fansand not trying to maintain credibility, but obviously Vince thinks differently about how to promote. He was also upset David never got a push, and when he gave his notice two weeks back, Linda McMahon called the next day to tell him they had the name Bruno Sammartino trademarked so he couldn’t use it in any outside business ventures. Considering Bruno’s drawing power in the 60s is the reason many believe Vince Sr. survived as a promoter and WWF even exists today, obviously that should be upsetting. It may be debatable whether or not he’s the sole reason WWF even exists today, but it isn’t debatable that his popularity is the foundation WWF built off. And to make matters worse, David Sammartino was wrestling in New York on March 9 and apparently assaulted a fan who was heckling him. David reportedly went after the fan and threw him out of his chair. He was arrested and given a court date of April 4, and he lost all of his bookings as a result.
  • Saturday Night’s Main Event, filmed March 7, aired March 12. The five matches that aired were part of a massive 14 match card that drew a 10,000 fan sellout, though the crowd was heavily papered as only 2,000 tickets had sold by March 4. Local radio did a deal where anyone who could name two WWF wrestlers got two free tickets. The televised matches saw 1. Beefer pin Valentine by kicking out during a double pin situation while Honketonk taunted him from ringside. 2. Hogan pinning Harley Race. 3. DiBiase beat Savage by countout, with Virgil ejected quickly and Andre interfering after a ref bump to cause the countout, then Elizabeth ran back and got Hogan to save him. 4. Islanders beat Killer Bees with Haku pinning Blair, and what aired was just the first fall - the live crowd got a two of three falls match that the Islanders won 2-1. 5. One Man Gang squashed Ken Patera. The unaired main event saw Andre squash Bam Bam Bigelow in 3 minutes, which shows where Bam Bam’s future is. Duggan’s been getting more and more over again and is primed to take the spot Bam Bam was set up for as #3 babyface after Hogan and Savage.
Watch: Savage vs. DiBiase from Saturday Night's Main Event
  • The annual Cauliflower Alley Club banquet took place this past Saturday. The Cauliflower Alley Club is a group of “wrestlers, boxers, and Hollywood types” mainly from the early tv era, and their banquet is something of a class reunion type deal every year. Lots of names Dave’s read about but never seen, and special honors were given to Fred Blassie, Roddy Piper, Buddy Rogers, Moolah, and Clara Mortensen (who was a pioneer in women’s wrestling alongside Mildred Burke). Loads and loads of old names there: John Tolos, Doc & Mike Gallagher, Ox Anderson, Count Billy Varga, Billy Darnell, Paul Boesch, Kit Fox, Donna Christanello, Toru Tanaka, Red Bastien, Ray “Thunder” Sterne, Reggie Parks, Bob Orton Sr., George “Crybaby” Cannon, Vic Christy, Mike Mazurki, and more. Fred Blassie hammed it up the entire night, but Piper was subdued and seemed happy to be out of wrestling, and Dave believes that Piper believes he’s got no intention of wrestling again (though never say never, if his film career doesn’t pan out). Buddy Rogers still has his trademark strut and look of arrogance, and his old manager Bobby Davis was with him. Davis apparently wants to work as a manager in WWF.
  • [Memphis] Lawler and Eddie Gilbert collide in their first match of their feud on March 14. It all started when Jerry Jarrett made an appearance presenting Lance Russel with a plaque for winning best wrestling announcer for his fourth consecutive year as voted by the fans (fun fact - 1987 was Lance Russel’s fourth consecutive year winning the Observer award for best wrestling announcer) and Russel noted that the tv show also won the fan vote for best tv show. Anyway, Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt came out and started arguing and Lawler did a phone interview at the same time where he said he was waiting for a doctor’s clearance to wrestle. The main event of the show this week saw Gilbert vs. Steve Keirn, and Gilbert kept arguing with Jarrett and then Tommy Gilbert got hold of Jarrett and Eddie threw a fireball at him, and Lawler said doctor’s orders or not he was going to get his hands on Eddie Gilbert.
  • The Samoans were supposed to win the tag titles in Memphis on March 7. But they quit the week before the match.
  • March 14 for Memphis will also feature a cage battle royal with a key on a pole. The only way to win is to get the key from the pole and use it to unlock the door and escape. Vinny Russo, is this your idea?
  • Not a lot new in World Class, except for the fact that Al Perez is set to go to the NWA. He was supposedly meant to regain the title from Kerry on March 25 in Dallas.
  • The Fabulous Lance, formerly Lance Von Erich, is rumored to be returning to World Class next month. Last Dave had heard of him, he was wrestling in South Africa. It’ll be interesting to see how this plays out, given Fritz tried to bury him and outright stated he wasn’t a real Von Erich after he left.
  • [Stampede] Scott McGhee has returned to Florida to recuperate from his stroke. He’s made good progress, reportedly, but still no indication he’ll ever be able to return to the ring. Indeed, McGhee’s career is over. He’ll do two more one-off matches in 1989 and 2010, but otherwise, he’s past his wrestling days here.
  • The 8-man match on February 27 was, according to Ross Hart, one of the best matches in the history of Stampede. Wayne and Owen Hart teamed with Brian Pillman and Jason the Terrible against Akam Singh, Steve DiSalvo, Gerry Morrow, and Makhan Singh in a match that went 47 minutes and came down to Owen getting pinned by Morrow in the end. Wayne was the first eliminated, and Dave doesn’t know it but this was the last match of Wayne Hart’s in-ring career. I tried to find a video, but I couldn’t find one.
  • Not much news on the AWA front, but they are bringing in a new manager and giving him a big push at their Vegas tapings on March 19. On the one hand, they could have chosen Paul E. Dangerously who is dynamic and great at getting heat with his mic work. But this is the AWA, so they’ll choose someone who has been out of the game for 15 years over a young, hot act. So welcome to the AWA Stan “Big K” Kowalski, whose last relevant work was managing Ivan Koloff and Shozo Kobayashi int the early 1970s.
  • Global hasn’t folded yet, and they recorded six weeks of tv on March 5. The interesting angle saw the evolution of the feud between Col. Kirchner & G.I. Joe Palardy vs. Dr. Red Roberts and V.C. Minh. Last taping, Minh came out with a photo of American soldiers in bodybags being carried home from Vietnam, which caused Kirchner and Palardy to freak out. Roberts, whose gimmick is based on his real life day job as a psychologist, diagnosed Kirchner as having “Patriophobia” and invoked the Baker Act to get Kirchner involuntarily committed to an institution for evaluation. Given Kirchner’s promos, Dave notes that this is entirely consistent with his character, at least. Anyway, shenanigans and such, and the heels win a squash so bad they send out medics, and the medics turn out to be Kirchner and Palardy, who attack and beat up Roberts so badly he declares he’s retiring from wrestling to use his skills in his field to help young men work through drug abuse. Dr. Roberts’ real name is Dr. Michael Brannon, and he’d find himself embroiled in the world of wrestling again in 2001 when the Lionel Tate case happened, providing testimony as an expert against Tate, arguing Tate knew wrestling was fake all along. Who knew that this would tie in so neatly with one of the stories from a recent 2002 rewind?
  • About the only news out of Japan is that All Japan’s March 9 card drew a near sellout for Tenryu vs. Stan Hansen. Tenryu pinned Hansen, Hansen’s third pinfall loss in Japan in seven years, to win the PWF Title, making him a triple champion alongside his United National and PWF Tag Titles.
  • The New York State Athletic Commission showed their double standard against independent groups earlier this month. They wrote a memo to Northeast Championship Wrestling citing Misty Blue’s attire as “too short.” Meanwhile, Vince gets to fly in the face of any and all Athletic Commission rules in the state. Granted, some of the rules are beyond asinine (it’s still illegal for a wrestling promoter to have a financial interest in a wrestler), but come on. It’s ring attire.
  • The Von Erich story in Penthouse looks pretty set for the July issue now. Nope.
  • Queen Kong/Mount Fiji from GLOW and POWW is setting up her own tv show called Rasslin Revival. You didn’t hear it from Dave, because he didn’t write it in the issue, but Queen Kong apparently also invented the phone sex line.
Read: The Woman Who Invented Phone Sex and Wrestled Bears
  • Barry Orton was convicted in his vehicular manslaughter trial. His sentence is six years, but he could be out in under two with good behavior. The conviction comes right as he was starting to do some of the best work of his career, but you know, someone’s dead so that should probably be the key takeaway.
  • A sportscaster who has worked with both Kirk Gibson of the L.A. Dodgers and Hulk Hogan called in to give his opinion on the comparison that was made forever ago and which still comes up in some of the letters. Anyway, the guy says Gibson is an asshole 99% of the time and Hogan is often quite nice and is easily 10 times more popular than Gibson on top of being friendlier in public. Good thing those numbers look reasonable, or I’d suspect the sportscaster’s name was Bulk Bogan.
  • A lot of Crockett contracts are set to expire in May, so expect WWF to make a play for several of them to retaliate for Clash of the Champions.
  • Almost everyone who called Dave this week had something to say about Jim Cornette’s comments on TBS this past Saturday. How the hell did he slip “beating meat” past Standards and Practices?
  • Ted Turner is starting a new tv network in October with a focus on sports and MGM movies, and Crockett may wind up switched to that new network. It’s going to be called TNT. Oh yeah, that network will definitely have wrestling on it in the future.
  • Something Dave does now and again that I usually skip over here is give rankings for who he feels are the top wrestlers. This week he ranks his top 25 men’s tag teams and top 40 men’s singles guys. Owen Hart is #1 for singles guys. Ric Flair has fallen all the way down to #3.
  • Fabulous Lance may not be coming into World Class afterall. Apparently his booker didn’t want him as anything but a babyface, while Fritz wanted him to partner with the Freebirds.
  • The Owen vs. Hercules match was apparently not supposed to be taped, so who knows if it’ll air. It definitely did wind up taped, so that’s all up in the air. It in fact did not air.
  • All charges against David Sammartino have been dropped in the case of the incident with the fan. It made a lot of press nationally for such a small thing, and it did result in David getting fired while other WWF guys have skated by with worse incidents. Apparently the fan was heckling David by using insider terms, which I guess absolves David from any responsibility for putting hands on the guy?
  • A reader writes in that as much as Dave complains about bad taste, he’s put out some really tasteless stuff himself. Namely, putting the info to help Al Blake (Vladmir Petrov) pay his legal expenses given his conviction for drug smuggling, and the writer would probably have let it slide if not for it being the Observer and how many readers “seem to live and die by the gospel according to Dave Meltzer.” The other instance he cites is admittedly less severe, but using one of his trademark denigrating nicknames (“Doggie” in this case) to refer to Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon regarding the hit and run that cost him his leg strikes the writer as blatant and callous disregard for Vachon’s dignity after what he went through. He also throws a plea to Dave to cover GLOW and POWW, “keeping in mind I’m wasting my time.” Or at least, let the readers vote on it. It’d be a better use of space than covering Central States (and if you’re wondering why you rarely see anything about Central States in the rewinds, it’s because nothing and no one of consequence is there).
NEXT WEEK: Interest in Wrestlemania down, Billy Jack Haynes vs. Don Owen promotional war, Dump retirement ratings hit, syndicated ratings rankings, and more
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2020.08.05 18:06 daprice82 Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Jul. 22, 2002

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
PREVIOUSLY:
1-7-2002 1-14-2002 1-21-2002 1-28-2002
2-4-2002 2-11-2002 2-18-2002 2-25-2002
3-4-2002 3-11-2002 3-18-2002 3-25-2002
4-1-2002 4-8-2002 4-15-2002 4-22-2002
4-29-2002 5-6-2002 5-13-2002 5-20-2002
5-27-2002 6-3-2002 6-10-2002 6-17-2002
6-24-2002 7-1-2002 7-8-2002 7-15-2002
  • WWE hit the reset button again with a new storyline assigning general managers to each brand, and it featured the shocking debut of Eric Bischoff. The new storyline will have Bischoff as the heel GM of Raw, while Stephanie McMahon will be the babyface GM of Smackdown, while Vince McMahon will take more of a backseat role and reduce his TV presence. Of course, just 5 weeks ago, Vince panicked and blew up the existing "feuding GMs" storyline between himself and Ric Flair, so now we're re-starting it with new people I guess. It feels like a last-ditch effort to save the brand extension, which has been an utter flop since day one, with no effort to differentiate the shows and only resulting in diluting the talent and falling ratings.
  • Bischoff and McMahon struck a secret deal about 10 days prior to his debut. Bischoff had talks with WWE last year about coming in during the original Invasion angle, except they only wanted him to do a one-off match with Vince for the PPV (which Vince would obviously have won), but Bischoff turned down that offer. But this time, they agreed to a more long-term deal. Bischoff didn't know he was going to debut on Raw until just a day or two prior, when Vince called him and told him to be there. The whole thing was kept secret and almost no one other than Vince himself knew about it. This is believed to be a unique contract, in which it's a short-term deal with the option to renew it for longer-term if the angle gets over. His only role is as a television character, it's strictly a performance contract. Bischoff is not going to be a part of management or creative.
  • When Bischoff walked across the screen in the backstage segment, almost everyone in the company was just as shocked as the viewers at home. Bischoff's debut saw him come out and hug Vince, which Dave thinks about is the dumbest possible way to introduce him. Sure, the Invasion angle is over but WCW's corpse isn't completely cold yet. It's only been a year or so. There is probably still plenty of money to be made in Bischoff as an outsider trying to destroy Vince McMahon and the WWE. But as always, that would involve Vince allowing himself or WWE to look vulnerable against an "outsider" and his utter refusal to do that is a big part of what tanked the Invasion. But that's par for the course. Bischoff cut a promo, giving the fake "WWE version" of the Monday Night Wars history (Dave points out multiple inaccuracies that WWE still clings on today, such as claiming they stole Hulk Hogan from WWF. Of course, Hulk had been in NJPW and hadn't worked for WWF for nearly a year at the time WCW signed him. Things like that.). Dave thinks it became one of those promos full of old stuff or inside references where so much of it is about things that the average fan doesn't know or care about. Dave thinks most of this audience in 2002 isn't familiar with Alundra Blayze, they don't know Raw used to be taped instead of live, and they don't care about 83-week TV ratings streaks (Dave also notes that Bischoff said 84 on this show, which is incorrect). And once again, it became one of those promos talking about how much WWE sucks lately, which is something you don't want to keep pointing out to the fans who are still watching because you just make them feel dumb for supporting something that even the people producing it knows sucks. Shit like that is partly what drove off WCW fans. Bischoff also gloated about almost putting WWE out of business, and to the many guys in the locker room who remember that vividly, it wasn't a joke or a storyline. Those are guys who really were fighting for their job against a guy who really was trying to put them out of business. Bischoff has tremendous heat from the locker room, with a lot of people who worked for him in WCW or who resent him from the WWE side....they don't want Bischoff there.
WATCH: Eric Bischoff debuts in on WWE Raw - 2002
  • This angle was going to take place regardless, but it's thought that the injury to Kevin Nash may have moved things up a couple of weeks because Vince once again panicked when his plans went down in flames. Nash had surgery last week. Because of the location of the tear, it's not quite as serious as the tear Triple H suffered last year. But Nash is also 10 years older. However, he has vowed to return, noting he doesn't want his career to end like that. With his age and his track record of injuries (this is his 22nd surgery, dating back to his collegiate basketball days), Dave isn't sure how much Nash will be able to offer if/when he returns next year. Also, while nobody wanted Nash to get hurt, the mood in the locker room was said to be much happier this week without him around, as the whole Nash/X-Pac/Shawn/Triple H group isn't very well liked these days (the more things change...)
  • Speaking of X-Pac, a weird situation with him this week led to him being suspended by WWE. The day of the Raw when Nash tore his quad, X-Pac missed his flight to the show. Why? Well, he was hospitalized earlier that day in Minneapolis. Again, you ask, why? No idea. Sounds like X-Pac sure would like to know also. He called WWE saying he was in the emergency room and had no idea how he got there. He left the ER and made new travel arrangements and he got to Raw 90 minutes before the show started. And then he went out there that night and worked his match (and Dave says looked more impressive than he had in a long time). However, after the match, he still couldn't explain to WWE officials how or why he was in the hospital earlier that day and so they were naturally suspicious. As a result, X-Pac has been suspended and removed from all upcoming bookings until they get a medical report on what the deal is. Dave says X-Pac has been acting out of control for weeks now and it's been well-documented (threatening to quit if match finishes weren't changed week after week). The feeling backstage was that as long as Nash was around to go to bat for him, he was basically protected, but no longer. With Hall fired, Nash out for probably a year, X-Pac suspended, and Hogan a babyface, the feeling within the company is that the NWO angle is dead. Shawn Michaels is still expected to appear at upcoming house shows and Raws in some new role, since much of the advertising for those shows was based around him appearing, but this is probably the end of the road for the NWO. (This kinda flew under the radar, but yeah, X-Pac never wrestled another match in WWE. The match where Nash tore his quad remains to this day the last time X-Pac ever worked a match in a WWE ring. He gets released soon after this and we all know in retrospect that he was dealing with some drug issues throughout this time).
  • Dave provides some details on Vince Russo's first (and only) creative meeting when he was briefly rehired by WWE last month. Russo apparently proposed a Raw vs. Smackdown feud that would eventually lead to reviving one of them as WCW and reigniting the WCW vs. WWE war. This time, they would have Eric Bischoff leading the WCW side, while Russo suggested Mick Foley as the leader of the WWE side. It was pretty much made clear to Russo during the meeting that if they were to do a Raw vs. Smackdown angle, it would be Stephanie in charge of the WWE side, not Foley, and sure enough, that's what is expected to happen (but without the whole WCW-revival part). Russo's idea was pretty much a combination of the 2001 Invasion angle and the 2000 WCW Bischoff/Russo angle. Dave notes that Russo wanted to essentially start from scratch again, strip everyone of their belts the way they did in 2000, and bring in Bret Hart and Goldberg to be involved as well.
  • A big recap of UFC's debut show in England, which featured rising star Frank Mir getting beat in what should have been an upset, but word is Mir didn't take the fight seriously and barely trained. As a result, he got murked in the first round. Also, while in England, some people in Tito Ortiz's camp got into a big drunken bar brawl with fellow fighter Lee Murray. Chuck Liddell was somewhere involved too. Anyway, long story short, some people tell the story that Murray knocked Ortiz out. Ortiz denies it (to this day, this is a famous MMA story and both men tell different versions, so depending on who you believe I guess).
  • TNA's 4th show ended with a strong angle that actually got them some national publicity. It involved Tennessee Titans players Frank Miller and Zach Piller hopping the rail and attacking Jeff Jarrett and some other wrestlers, resulting in a big brawl to end the show. So how much of it was real or shoot? Well, Russo is involved, so who knows. The official story is that Jarrett and Piller were supposed to shove each other from across the rail, but that's it. From NFL sources, Dave has actually heard the same thing. It was supposed to stop at a shoving confrontation, and then Malice would come pull Jarrett away. That was the story as Russo allegedly wrote it. But reportedly, Piller had been drinking and he ended up hopping the rail and straight up overpowered Jarrett like it was nothing and took him down. Whether this was a shoot or a work is still unknown, but it ended up getting them coverage on SportsCenter and Dave says it's possible it was a work that only a few people were in on. If it was a work, nobody else was in on it. Ron Harris, who works backstage, almost rushed to the ring to save Jarrett and Malice (who wasn't supposed to touch the football players) got involved and broke it up quickly. After the show, the players were backstage laughing and joking with Jarrett and Miller has been openly telling people it was all planned and they were told to make it look as real as possible, but it's still unknown if jumping the rail and tackling Jarrett was part of the plan or not. Several other Titans players were at ringside with them and saw it unfold, but mostly didn't get involved. So now after the publicity, TNA is trying to see if they can make a match out of this. Either way, it's starting to feel like an elaborate work that none of the rest of the roster was clued in on, which is exactly the kind of shit Russo used to do constantly in WCW that soured morale among the locker room, and for this to happen on Russo's first night in, with an angle he wrote, sure feels a little familiar.
WATCH: Tennessee Titans/TNA brawl
  • Puerto Rico's IWA had its most successful show in company history, drawing more than 11,000 fans (without a single WWE name on the card) to see the payoff of an angle with Savio Vega fighting for control of the company. WHO SAID SAVIO AIN'T A DRAW?!
  • On the other side of things, WWC has postponed its anniversary show from August to September in order to give themselves more time to build up big angles and storylines. Seems like something they probably should have been planning earlier? IWA has become the dominant promotion in Puerto Rico and WWC felt they didn't have the build-up necessary to do a big-money show right now. Especially after this IWA show did such big business, anything less would be an embarrassment.
  • Bischoff's debut on Raw was a pretty big hit. How big, you ask? During Bischoff's in-ring promo after his debut, Raw added nearly 1.1 million new viewers from the previous segment. Meaning that as soon as Bischoff walked across the screen backstage, tons of wrestling fans started calling their friends telling them, "Holy shit, Eric Bischoff is on Raw, turn it on!" The bad news is that as soon as Bischoff's promo was over, a lot of them tuned right back out, leading to a huge drop-off for the rest of the show. On the flip side, this week's Smackdown, featuring the heavily-hyped return of The Rock ended up being the 7th lowest rated episode of the show in history (4th if you don't count holidays). Rock's not a draw, bet he won't even be in the business in a couple more years.
  • Kenta Kobashi is finally back in the ring, wrestling undercard prelim tag matches for NOAH. Even though he's in tags and doing limited in-ring work, his knees are said to be already killing him and one of them totally locked up on him after one of his recent matches. But he still hasn't missed any dates.
  • NJPW announced that Kensuke Sasaki will face Pancrase star Minoru Suzuki at the Tokyo Dome in October. This match was actually planned for the big Tokyo Dome show back in May, but negotiations fell apart because Pancrase didn't like the idea of Suzuki doing a worked pro-wrestling match. Suzuki started his career in NJPW back in 1988 and was being groomed to be a big star for the company, but he quit and joined UWF because he preferred to work shoot-style matches. In 1993, he and a few other guys all started Pancrase, which he's been doing ever since. These days, Suzuki's days of fighting for them at a top level are over and he usually only competes against nobodies or in catch wrestling (grappling and submission only, no striking). Anyway, for those curious, this didn't happen. Not sure why yet, I haven't gotten that far, but Suzuki doesn't return to NJPW until 2003.
  • Goldberg is said to be leaning very much against going to WWE anytime soon and is instead eyeing his options of working big shows in Japan. He's contemplating an offer to make an appearance at Toryumon's show in Tokyo in September, but only an appearance. He doesn't plan to wrestle until later in the year (don't think the Toryumon appearance happens, but he does end up working a few matches in Japan here soon).
  • Bret Hart is still hoping to make his scheduled appearance for Jacques Rougeau's upcoming indie show in Montreal. If you recall, Rougeau's big show there last year drew over 11,000 fans and he's got himself another big stadium to fill this year and Bret was expected to be the biggest draw. Whether he'll be healthy enough to make the show, following his recent stroke, remains to be seen but he's determined to try. As of this week, Hart is able to lift his left arm over his head. Just a week ago, he couldn't move it at all. His grip strength is also coming back and he's able to walk short distances. His vocal cords were also damaged but have started strengthening again and he's able to talk again (though he can't cut a wrestling promo yet, Dave says, so he might not be doing much other than coming out and waving to the crowd if he does make it). He's still having some vision problems also, but not too bad all things considered.
  • Dave says that "no matter what you may hear," a lot of people involved in TNA behind the scenes are very unhappy about Vince Russo being brought in. He also says that a lot of people associate Russo and Ed Ferrara together, but they actually had a major falling out awhile back and hadn't been on speaking terms until now. When it became clear Russo was coming back, Ferrara reached out to Russo and the two sides made up. He goes on record saying for sure that neither Mike Tenay or Bill Behrens are happy about Russo's arrival, among others, but says everyone is being professional.
  • Notes from TNA Weekly PPV: Crowd of about 1,500, only about half paid. Dave says it was easily the best of the 4 shows they've had so far. About 85% of it was written and booked by Jerry Jarrett and the original writing team before Russo was hired, but Russo did make some changes. Dave says some people are beginning to get tired of Don West on commentary already and he definitely brings a ton of enthusiasm (but nothing else, Dave adds) to the table. During the Ken Shamrock vs. Omori match, the crowd was distracted by one of the cage dancers near the entrance who was apparently showing her ass to the crowd. Former WCW wrestler Crowbar (real name Chris Ford) worked a tag match under the name Tempest and Dave notes that when Ford worked a try-out match for WWE awhile back, he also signed over the name Crowbar to them when he did (guessing Dave is mistaken about this. He never used the name Crowbar in TNA, but he's been using it everywhere else ever since for the last 18 years). Brian Christopher is now going by his real name, Brian Lawler, and cut a promo on Jerry Lawler about being a bad father. It got a lot of heat but now they've made fans want to see a match that they can't deliver. K-Krush faced NASCAR driver Hermie Sadler and got DQ'd. Dave says Krush was absolutely awesome here, actually carrying Sadler to a watchable match. Sadler was awful of course, but the Gayda/Stratus match from Raw was light years worse, so hey, who cares? TNA tried to bring in Hermie's more famous older brother Elliott Sadler, but that fell through because Elliott has some type of affiliation with WWE, though Dave isn't sure what (I did the research and apparently Elliott drove a Summerslam-themed car during a race around this time, so I assume that's it).
  • More notes from TNA Weekly PPV, since this recap is huge and big, unbroken paragraphs suck: Mark and Jay Brisco worked a brief match until Malice ran in and destroyed everyone (Dave says this was a Russo addition to the show. Dave also says the Briscos will be great some day and notes that on this show, the announcers lied and said both of them are 18, when in fact, Mark Brisco is still 17 and therefore not even allowed to wrestle in many commission states). Former porn star and ECW valet Jasmine St. Claire debuted and gave Jeremy Borash a lap dance, took off her underwear, and was about to strip nude until a big angle stopped it. And yes, in case it wasn't obvious, this was another Russo addition. AJ Styles and Jerry Lynn are the tag team champions and ended up in a big brawl backstage. If you've been paying attention to the show the last 2 weeks, you would have recognized that they were doing a slow build with these two partners having friction, but Russo convinced Jarrett to hurry up and pull the trigger on the split, so here we are. Dave thinks this had no impact at all because it felt completely rushed, the story hadn't progressed far enough yet for these two to already be coming to blows. Another interview with the Dupps saying "shit" repeatedly was, yes, another Russo addition. Try not to cut yourself on all this edginess. Shamrock vs. NOAH star Takao Omori ended in a no contest because of politics. Shamrock was supposed to win clean, but then NOAH decided they didn't want Omori to do a job, so this is what we got. Dave thinks TNA should have said screw them then and just not used Omori because it's not like TNA's fanbase knows who the fuck he is anyway. Omori was said to have been spaced out all day beforehand and looked bad in the match. Crowd didn't care and they pumped in a ton of fake crowd noise for it. Jeff Jarrett ran in and took everyone out with chair shots, including "NWA rep" Harley Race, who ate a brutal unprotected chair shot to the head from Jeff and Dave thinks that's not good for anyone's brain, especially a guy pushing 60. Race was there basically to help Omori since Harley's small promotion in St. Louis has a relationship with NOAH. And finally, the 6-man X-Division #1 contenders match was excellent. Dave thinks WWE really missed the boat on Jerry Lynn and K-Krush. He admits Lynn probably couldn't have ever been a top guy in WWE or anything, but he makes everybody he wrestles look like a million bucks and guys like that are priceless to have on your roster. They also pumped a bunch of crowd noise in for this match, and at one point, the fake crowd noise loop stopped and there was a moment where it went from a loud roaring crowd to dead silence in a blink. Also, a fight in the stands distracted the crowd near the end. But great match otherwise. Show ended with the Titans players angle.
  • In other news, The Shane Twins have been working as the masked penis wrestlers The Johnsons in TNA but the penis aspect of it has been played down to almost nothing. Upcoming plans were for the team to unmask and revert back to the Shane Twins, but when Russo came aboard, that plan got scrapped and they will remain The Johnsons for now. Because dammit, Russo will get to make penis jokes on TV or he's going to die trying.
  • Many of the key names in TNA (Shamrock, AJ Styles, Jerry Lynn, Mike Tenay, among others) have now signed 1-year contracts. Scott Hall was rumored to have also signed a 1-year deal, but Hall is telling people it's not true and he's only committed for 4 more dates. Low-Ki is signed through the end of the year.
  • At the recent K-1 vs. PRIDE show, there was a huge upset when PRIDE fighter Quinton Jackson knocked out Cyril Abidi, one of the top kickboxers in the world. The "plan" was for Abidi to win and then go on to a bigger money match with Don Frye, but that's what happens when you try to plan things around a shoot.
  • And I'm sorry, I know this ain't an MMA recap, but this is too good: at the UFC press conference for the UK show this week, Dana White showed up with a bag filled with $250,000 in cash and challenged UK boxing promoter Frank Warren to put up any fighter in his stable and White would find a UFC fighter of the same weight to fight him, winner takes all the money. If you recall, Warren made some statements a few weeks back calling UFC fighters unskilled steroid freaks and claiming that his boxers could beat any of them in a real fight. So Dana showed up with a whole bag of cash, doing Dana things.
  • Notes from Raw: Vince came out to the NWO music and said that's the last time we'll ever hear it and that the NWO is dead, so as expected, that's it for that gimmick. Tommy Dreamer is back to his old ECW gimmick and is already 1000x more over than the jobber-eating-gross-stuff gimmick WWE gave him. There was a Coach/Booker T segment backstage which is when Eric Bischoff walked through the shot, leaving everybody with their mouths hanging open, and then his promo. Another hype video for Rey Mysterio debuting on Smackdown next week. Former WCW wrestler and recent developmental guy Johnny The Bull made his Raw debut winning the hardcore title, and Dave is baffled how he got the call up because he's one of the worst guys they have in developmental and is nowhere near ready. But it's all about how he looks. Undertaker & Lesnar beat RVD & Flair in the main event and afterward, Lesnar turned on Undertaker in a good angle, though Dave doesn't have high hopes for the inevitable match.
WATCH: Rey Mysterio debut vignette
  • Notes from Smackdown: it was a pretty bad show and for a pretty surprising reason. It was all built around Rock and he was awful. Rather than trying to sell a PPV, he came off like he was trying too hard to be a funny, "cool" guy and became a parody of himself. Dave is a huge Rock fan and thinks it was painful. He did a big in-ring promo segment with rapper Busta Rhymes that was just an elaborate plug for his new Halloween: Resurrection movie ("coming out in July?" Dave asks incredulously and, right, wtf?). Even Rock using Angle's own ankle lock against him at the end of the show looked hilariously fake and Dave has no interest in the Rock/Angle match at Vengeance after this show. Edge & Hogan defending the tag titles was a super heated match and Dave can't understand it. The live crowds are still nuclear hot for Hogan, but it's not translating at all into TV ratings or ticket sales. But man, the people who do buy tickets sure do love him. They seem to be slow-burning a Randy Orton heel turn. The Nidia segment at the buffet was great and Dave thinks they may have stumbled across a pretty great gimmick with her.
WATCH: The Rock & Busta Rhymes Smackdown segment
  • The crew got a little backstage pep talk before Raw this week, mostly given by the agents (John Laurinaitis, Arn Anderson, and Fit Finlay) as well as Triple H. In particular, Triple H talked about there being too many people in the locker room who think they deserve a push ahead of the newer guys because they've been there longer. He said too many guys are sitting back waiting for someone to give them a push rather than breaking out from the pack and earning the push. He said he got over on his own when management was trying to hold him down after the MSG curtain call incident. Said too many guys are being lazy, playing cards and playing video games backstage rather than watching the matches and learning. He said just because you've had a few good matches on TV doesn't mean you know how to work or deserve a push, and also said everyone needs to work harder at house shows because attendance is down and it was guys like him who worked hard to re-build the company the last time business was down. Needless to say, for a locker room full of people who feel like they bust their asses only to get their legs cut off and hit a glass ceiling (often at the hands of the same guy giving the speech), this went over just about as well as you'd expect with the rest of the locker room. Not that anything Triple H said is wrong. Dave agrees with most of it. But considering who the messenger was, it was not well-received.
  • Lots of backstage talk about last week's Bradshaw/Trish Stratus vs. Chris Nowinski/Jackie Gayda match, which was among the worst matches anyone has seen in years. Fit Finlay is the usual trainer and agent for the women and usually goes over their matches and spots with them, but in this case, Sgt. Slaughter put together this match. Gayda missed a few spots early in the match and seemed to panic and it all fell apart from there. Backstage, she was fully aware of how bad it was and was said to be extremely upset. There's been talk of sending her down to OVW for more training, but she'll probably still be on TV because she's fresh off winning Tough Enough.
  • Steve Austin hasn't had any contact with anyone in WWE except for Jack Lanza, who was the agent Austin often worked with for his matches. All that's known now is Austin told Lanza he's still training hard and Lanza felt like he's getting antsy sitting at home and may be ready to return already (I think he's got bigger problems at home). But Austin and Vince still have not spoken and there's still a lot of bad feelings there.
  • In light of recent events, Dave digs up the transcript from an old Prodigy online chat from 1996, in which Eric Bischoff was asked if he would ever work for Vince McMahon. His response: "I would rather chew off my fingers."
  • Writer Brian Gewertz reportedly has some heat over Raw's declining ratings. The problem is, no matter who it is (Gewertz, Heyman, Russo, or even Stephanie), the final approval for everything you see on television comes down to Vince McMahon. He deserves the credit when it's good and the blame when it's bad, end of story. It's a common occurrence for Vince to rip up a script and tell the writers to come up with something new, so any bad segment that makes it to TV is on him, and resulting in lots of last minute changes. Some people are even blaming Gewertz for Kevin Nash's recent injury because Gewertz wrote the match into the script the day of the show, so Nash wasn't even aware he was going to be wrestling until a couple hours before they went on the air and I guess he didn't have time to properly stretch and get ready, and ended up tearing his quad 10 seconds in. Same thing with Cena's debut, that was a day-of decision, and luckily Cena was already on the road with the crew working dark matches, so he was available. But again, Dave says you can't blame Gewertz for either of those things because, once again, it's Vince who is constantly changing his mind and forcing last minute rewrites and whatnot every week. How is Gewertz or any other writer supposed to build long-term stories under those conditions? (Man, this sure feels familiar)
  • Latest on DDP, he and wife Kimberly are planning on moving from Atlanta to Los Angeles to try their hand at acting careers. They've both saved a lot of money from their years in wrestling and can afford to take a chance on this kind of thing I guess. (DDP has done a handful of acting roles, mostly in the mid-00s, but obviously nothing of note. And Kimberly Page did a few movies, including a starring role with DDP in a movie called The Scam Artist that I can't find anywhere, and of course, her most famous role as "chick who's tit fell out" in The 40 Year Old Virgin).
  • Randy Orton suffered a concussion in a house show match with Batista. Orton was trying to sell a clothesline by flying in the air and taking a big flat back bump, but hit his head on the mat coming down and was knocked unconscious. He should be back in a week or so though, because it's not like concussions are serious injuries or anything. EMT's helped him out of the ring and he walked to the back under his own power but he was knocked clean the fuck out for a bit there.
  • This week's episode of WWE Confidential featured Big Show and Bradshaw playing a game of HORSE with the winner "getting a shot to sexually harass Linda Miles." So obviously they're out of ideas for this show. (Yeah JBL is on some full-blown Jerry Lawler shit with Miles here).
WATCH: JBL perving on Linda Miles for 5 minutes under the guise of playing basketball
  • John Cena is still finishing up in OVW and working the upcoming big Six Flags show in Louisville. Despite being a big babyface on TV, he's still a heel in OVW and is playing a gimmick where his main roster success is going to his head.
  • The New York Daily News ran a story on the "Sex, Lies & Headlocks" book that is coming out soon about Vince McMahon and noted several revelations in the book, such as Vince being paranoid about his office being bugged in 1993 prior to the steroid trial and how he wouldn't sit or talk near windows because he thought the FBI was listening in. It also talked about how Vince gave a job interview to Matt Lauer to host the WBF Bodystars show but didn't think Lauer had the right look, among other things. When asked for comment, WWE responded "No one in WWE has any interest in reading it. No one cares to." Dave says that's 2002 carny talk for, "Can you get us an advance copy?"
NEXT WEDNESDAY: Raw appears to turn a corner (lol no), WWE making major cutbacks and severing developmental ties, TNA also making major budget cuts, WWE Vengeance fallout, and more...
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2020.04.27 18:03 daprice82 Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Apr. 1, 2002

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
PREVIOUSLY:
1-7-2002 1-14-2002 1-21-2002 1-28-2002
2-4-2002 2-11-2002 2-18-2002 2-25-2002
3-4-2002 3-11-2002 3-18-2002 3-25-2002
NOTE: Sorry about no post on Friday. Real life shit got in the way.
  • WWF finally took the plunge and went through with the long-rumored brand split this week, all while Steve Austin was sitting at home. Austin walked out after Wrestlemania and didn't appear on TV this week for the draft. He was expected to be the #1 pick fro Raw, so they changed the angle and explained that he couldn't be drafted due to a contract situation. Austin still has a year left on his WWF deal, so he can't go anywhere, but he isn't hurting for money so he can sit at home and be just fine. Austin's issues date back a couple of months and he was vocally unhappy about working with Scott Hall and the NWO in general. Morale in the company has sank since those guys came in, got main event spots, and started getting everything they wanted creatively and professionally. Some in the locker room see Austin's walkout as him protesting the state of the company, with an unhappy locker room that no longer has any leverage since all the other companies are dead, and Austin is the one guy with enough "fuck you" clout that he can stand up to Vince. Most of the wrestlers are said to be on his side, though the NWO guys and Triple H and co. obviously don't feel the same. But it goes back further than that. Austin was telling people 6 months ago that he would go home if the job stopped being fun.
  • Anyway, Dave breaks down the rosters of each show. Triple H and Jazz (men and women's champs) will float between both shows and work about half the house shows for each brand. Raw gets the IC, Euro, and Hardcore champions. Smackdown gets tag titles and cruiserweights. Several notable names were undrafted. Rhyno, Mike Awesome, Steve Blackman, and Chris Kanyon are all injured and weren't placed anywhere. Developmental names like Randy Orton and Ron Waterman are expected to be called up soon, among others. If Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio are brought in, they'll likely be on SD with the cruiserweight division (Dave says Guerrero canceled his NJPW bookings for April which is a pretty solid sign that he'll be returning soon). Many of the lower-card wrestlers had no idea where they were going to end up and had to log on to wwf.com later that night to legitimately find out their futures. Tag teams like the Dudleyz and the APA were split up in the draft. Dave can't see the logic in splitting the Dudleyz and hopes it's the beginning of an angle that eventually reunites them. As for the APA, that's fine. Faarooq's career is winding down anyway and they've been talking about pushing Bradshaw as a single's star for over a year.
  • Raw is missing its top draw (Austin) and is pretty weak overall. Lumbering giants like Undertaker, Kevin Nash, and Big Show all ended up on Raw so don't expect a lot of great matches coming out of that brand. Plus they drafted Brock Lesnar to that brand, so his impressive size isn't going to stand out as much among those guys. With the cruiserweight division, plus guys like Jericho, Benoit, and Angle, you can bet Smackdown is going to have the better matches. Plus they have The Rock and Hogan for star power. But much like Raw, Smackdown might be in danger of not having its top draw either. Rock is expected to be gone for much of the summer to film another movie and he's continuing to get more and more movie offers, which means more time away from wrestling. And Hogan can't be a long-term weekly top draw anymore, no matter how much nostalgia popularity he has right now. Which means it's vital that they finally commit to pushing Angle, Jericho, and Benoit as real top stars.
WATCH: Linda McMahon introduces the first WWF Draft
  • Dave reviews the latest UFC show, with Josh Barnett winning the heavyweight title from Randy Couture in an upset. Long detailed recap full of the usual news and stuff, but it's MMA sooooo...
  • And the next story is about Cael Sanderson of Iowa State becoming, record-wise, the single greatest collegiate wrestler in U.S. history by winning his 4th NCAA championship and ending his college record at 159-0. So MMA and college wrestling. On to the next...
  • AJPW notes: after long negotiations, AJPW failed to secure a new TV deal. The normal TV season in Japan is starting next week and they were hoping to have a deal signed by now, but no luck. Also, they're interested in bringing in Super Crazy for their junior heavyweight division but it'll likely depend on whether he gets an offer from WWF instead (neither happens right now. He spends the next 2 years bouncing around NJPW, CMLL, and Zero-1 before he finally ends up in WWE in 2005).
  • Already halfway through the issue and past the major stories. This seems like a slow issue wrestling-wise, but the UFC and Cael Sanderson stories were both big chunks so....sorry this one kinda blows.
  • NOAH junior champion Naomichi Marufuji dislocated his knee when landing wrong on a moonsault and had to be stretchered out at a recent show. No word on how long he'll be out of action for (must have been a pretty bad injury. Looks like he comes back 2 weeks later, wrestles a match to drop the title, and then is out of action for the next 10 months).
  • Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Masahiro Chono won the vacant tag team titles at the latest NJPW show, beating Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi in a tournament final match. The titles were, of course, vacated when Keiji Muto jumped ship to AJPW, leaving his partner Taiyo Kea and the belts behind. Nagata ate the pin here. And in fact, Nagata also recently did several submission jobs to Tadao Yasuda at some shows and Dave jokes that Nagata is getting the Chris Jericho push. You know, beat him to death for months on end until the fans see him as a midcarder, then put the title on him with almost no build-up, and then wonder why he's not over and blame him when business is down (indeed, Nagata wins the IWGP title just a week or two after this and even though he holds it for 13 months, business goes in the toilet. And it's through no fault of Nagata's).
  • Antonio Inoki announced that he is bringing in Chyna to the NJPW 30th anniversary show at the Tokyo Dome in May. Remember a week or so ago when Inoki talked about how successful WWF's recent show in Japan was and admitted that maybe he has some stuff to learn from it? This is it. Inoki realized the huge popularity WWF has in Japan right now and reached out to one of their biggest stars of the last few years to bring in as a celebrity guest. The idea they teased in the press is that she would come in and work a match and probably defeat one of NJPW's lower card guys, which Dave thinks would be a horrible idea (yeah, that would suck. Better idea: how about she goes over Yuji Nagata and Jushin Liger in her first match, how's that sound Dave? Because that's exactly what we get. Fuckin' Inoki, man...)
  • NJPW's latest show in Tokyo did a disappointing attendance number and Dave says that's what happens when you make Tadao Yasuda your world champion. No matter how much publicity he got off his upset MMA victory a few months ago, and no matter how nice his underdog comeback story is, he flat out sucks as a pro wrestler and the crowd sees it and don't buy him as champion. Even worse, they had him go over Tenzan by submission. With NJPW's depleted roster, Tenzan is one of the only cool, not-washed-up wrestlers they have left. Anyway, this sets up a Yasuda match with Nagata at the next show in Tokyo and if NJPW has any smarts at all, they'll get that belt off him and onto Nagata ASAP (they do, thankfully).
  • Bobby Heenan is currently recovering from surgery to remove his lymph nodes. following his recent cancer diagnosis and is said to be in good spirits.
  • Various notes: Goldberg filmed an episode of the HBO show Arli$$ recently. Ken Patera did an interview and said the strongest men in wrestling from his era were Andre The Giant, Bruno Sammartino, Ivan Putski, Billy Graham, and Tony Atlas, in that order, and praised Bruno for being extra impressive because he never used steroids. Shane Douglas' Time Warner contract is expiring in a few weeks and it's rumored he'll be working with XPW as a wrestlebooker.
  • Jerry Jarrett's new promotion is expected to start in June and there continue to be rumors that Vince Russo will be ghost-writing the show. Dave says the differences between a Russo show and a Jarrett show should be pretty glaringly obvious within the first few minutes of the first show, so we'll just have to wait and see (I don't know if he was involved in the very first shows or not, but he joins the company within the first month).
  • Remember the WCW KISS Demon? Well his real name is Dale Torborg and he now works as a coach for the Florida Marlins baseball team (his father Jeff is the manager of the team). Anyway, Torborg recently got into a confrontation with relief pitcher Antonio Alfonseca that is rumored to have gotten physical and resulted in Alfonseca locking himself in a trainer's office to get away. Everyone on the team is being hush-hush about the incident. Alfonseca apparently has a bit of a reputation of being hard to deal with, but since the incident, he's allegedly been on his best behavior because apparently the KISS Demon put the fear of god in him (here's a news article from it at the time. Alfonseca ends up being traded to a new team a few days later, although the Marlins denied this incident had anything to do with it).
READ: 2002 ESPN article about Torborg incident
  • Ring of Honor has announced some new rules for its promotion. For starters, they're bringing back tag ropes (yeah, during this era, that was a small thing that sorta just got ignored by everyone for years). They're also not doing any count-outs. ROH booker Gabe Sapolsky said that outside-the-ring counts always go really slow and referees have to stall or find excuses to break the count and no one likes count-out finishes anyway, so why even have them? So now, you can fight on the floor all you want. Dave says AJPW pretty much did the same thing in the 90s. ROH also wants to have very little outside interference or ref bumps and clean finishes.
  • Apparently, Jake Roberts is being investigated in England by the RSPCA for animal cruelty. After a recent show there, someone complained that he was being cruel to his snake at the show. The next night, the RSPCA sent an agent to another show Jake was working to watch and they weren't happy with what they saw either, so they've opened an investigation (yeah, as a kid, this was of course the coolest thing ever. But as an adult, I hate watching the way animals have been used in wrestling over the years. Jake used to just throw that snake around like it was nothing, fling it across the ring, people would fall on it, land on it, step on it, whatever. Remember the scene where Jake locked Ultimate Warrior in a room full of snakes? Go back and watch it now, Warrior is just kicking the shit out of these poor little snakes. Or another example, I remember watching a British Bulldogs match a few months ago and they had Matilda the bulldog jump off the ring apron to the mat below. That's a 3-4 foot jump. As someone who has owned bulldogs, that is terrible for their spines. As a kid, all this stuff was whatever. But as an animal-loving adult, watching all that old footage now makes me real uncomfortable).
  • An indie promotion in Pittsburg called IWC had a tournament called the Super Indy Tournament featuring Chris Hero, Christopher Daniels, Low-Ki, Colt Cabana, and some kid named CM Punk.
  • Early estimates for the WWA PPV in Las Vegas are around 31,000 PPV buys. Keep in mind, early estimates are always about 10-25% higher than what the final number ends up being. WWA needed 35,000 just to break-even on this show so even with the inflated number, they didn't do it. So the show is undoubtedly a money-loser, but no idea just how badly yet (spoiler: pretty badly).
  • Notes from Raw: it was the WWF Draft show! Dave calls it "the latest Russo-like reset of the promotion." Rock was drafted #1 for Smackdown while Undertaker was drafted #1 for Raw. It was announced that Austin wasn't eligible for being drafted and will be a free agent, so they'll figure that out later. Dave says, if you follow the storylines, it makes no sense why Ric Flair would pick Undertaker as his #1 pick (this being the guy he just had a bloodbath with at Wrestlemania and they didn't even bother to explain why Flair picked him). With his next pick, Flair selected the NWO. Once again, just a few weeks ago, Flair was ready to sign over his share of the company and leave the WWF entirely to keep Vince from bringing in the NWO. And now, with no explanation, he's drafted them to Raw. Billy & Chuck and the NWO got drafted together as a team, but the Dudleyz got split apart. Why?! None of this makes sense and Dave is so frustrated with how little thought they put into this after having a year to plan it. (Rewinderman short rant: everybody talks about all the reasons WWE has declined in popularity over the last 20 years and there's always different theories. Bad booking, not creating new stars, not pushing the right people, etc. etc. But I have my own theory that I never hear anyone say: I think it's the lack of attention to detail. Ever since WCW went out of business, Vince has been painting in broad, dumbed down brush strokes, over-explaining dumb, simple storylines, with none of the attention to detail that makes people get invested in a story. Anyway, enough of my opinions). Brock Lesnar came out and beat up a bunch of people again, which he's been doing on every show since his debut. In this case, he threw Rikishi around like a rag doll and Dave says that's one strong fella. They did an angle where Stephanie lost a match and was forced to "leave the WWF" and she was dragged out by security while the crowd sang the goodbye song to her. But Dave says they did this exact same thing with Stephanie in November and that lasted all of 5 weeks before she was back so don't get too excited (sure enough, she'll be back 3 months after this).
  • Notes from Smackdown: Rico Constantino debuted as the stylist for Billy & Chuck and Dave says that's a dead-end gimmick if there ever was one. He also got a haircut and looks like a totally different person from his OVW days. Rico is a fantastic wrestler and everyone from OVW to front office guys like Jim Ross have gone to bat for him and said he's ready to be a star. But he's small and he's on the older side, so this is clearly where Vince sees him (yeah, even Bruce Prichard later said that pretty much everyone in the company saw star-potential in Rico.....except Vince). Edge vs. Booker T had a rematch that was much better than their Wrestlemania match. And X-Pac debuted (with "a new physique", wink wink) and joined the NWO and they beat down Hogan and got major heat because Hogan is so over right now.
  • Kevin Nash and Scott Hall showed up several hours late to the Smackdown tapings in Ottawa and the first thing Nash did upon arrival was complain loudly to anyone who would listen about Rock calling him "Big Daddy Bitch" the night before on Raw, saying Rock double-crossed him and Nash hadn't approved that line. Considering all the times Nash went against the script in WCW, needless to say, there were lots of rolled eyes at that. Especially after showing up late also. To make it up to him, during the tag match on Smackdown, they had a spot where Nash yelled "Who's the bitch now?" at him and Michael Cole made sure to bring attention to it on commentary so nobody missed it, so now they're even and now everything is okay I guess. Dave says Nash and Rock smoothed things over between them later because Nash is smart enough to know that making an enemy of The Rock isn't in his best interest. But he was extremely pissed about the line.
  • Variety reported the new movie Rock is going to be filming later this year will be called Helldorado. It's an action-adventure movie and Rock plays a bounty hunter who heads to the Amazon jungle to capture someone and ends up joining the guy to trying to retrieve something from a local mine (close enough. The movie ends up being renamed The Rundown).
  • Paul Heyman has dropped significant weight since he was last on TV back in November. Even if they're not a wrestler, Vince wants everyone on television to be "cosmetically presentable."
  • Assorted WWF notes: Lita is filming an episode of the FOX show "Dark Angel" soon (spoiler: this turns out very poorly for Lita). Steve Blackman is still out with a neck injury and now he gets crippling migraine headaches when he tries to work out or take bumps and Dave says it's possibly career-threatening (indeed, it forces him to retire). Chris Jericho's band Fozzy will be performing at WWF New York next week. The Rock is about to be featured on every TV show and on the cover of every magazine in existence over the next few weeks as part of the Scorpion King promotion.
  • Dave talks about the current second season of Tough Enough and how interest is way down from the first season. He also kinda gives it a brief review and just says it's boring and nothing really entertaining happens. In the first season, Tazz was the hard ass tough guy trainer to Al Snow's nice guy routine. When Tazz did it, it felt like he was doing it to teach the students respect and was trying to do it in a positive way. This season, Bob Holly is the "bad cop" and he comes across like a complete asshole who is bullying people without any intention of doing it in a way that makes them work harder or become better wrestlers (yeah, you think it's bad now, just wait until season 3 when he starts beating the shit out of Matt Cappotelli).
  • WWF is going to be working with the Ozzfest concert tour this summer. WWF wrestlers will sign autographs and introduce bands at many of the tour stops and several of the bands will perform on Raw later this year. "That's what happens when there's no Nitro," Dave deadpans.
  • Regarding the multiple hardcore title changes at Wrestlemania 18, there was discussions about having some of them happen at the CN Tower in Toronto. With the idea that they would brawl into the elevator and end up fighting out onto the outdoor observation deck (like, 100 floors up). But a few weeks before the show, for whatever reason, WWF changed their mind and decided not to pursue it.
  • Bret Hart recently agreed to work Jacques Rougeau's next indie event at the Molson Center. If you recall, just a few months ago, Rougeau drew a crowd of more than 10,000 to one of his indie shows there. When Vince McMahon found out Hart was going to work the show, he tried to pull a power move and get the Molson Center to give him an exclusivity deal, which would block Rougeau (and anyone else) from being able to run the building. Didn't work and Rougeau's show will go forward as planned as of now (Vince used to do that shit all the time in the 80s to Jim Crockett).
  • Rey Mysterio hasn't signed with WWF yet but it's considered just a formality. They gave him a low-ball contract offer, far less than he would make just working indies. Of course, it's just his downside guarantee. When you factor in gate money, merch money, video game money, etc. then he stands to make far more than he would on the indies. But if he gets hurt, he'll be sitting at home making very little money. On the other hand, if he gets hurt on the indies, he'll be making no money so better than nothing. Anyway, sounds like Rey shot down the first low-ball offer but they're expected to agree on a deal soon.
  • Dave has seen more of the TSN Off The Record interviews they did with several WWF stars last week. Ric Flair talked about how much of a disaster WCW was and put over Vince. Dave says that this isn't just Flair publicly kissing the boss's ass. Privately for years, Flair has only said good things about Vince McMahon, dating back to his first run in the early 90s. Even all the years he was in WCW, Flair only had good things to say about him. During the interview, Flair was asked to name someone who could have been an all-time great but didn't have the work ethic. Flair said he couldn't think of anyone off the top of his head, leading Dave to write, "I was screaming Barry Windham but nobody heard me." Jim Ross was next and blamed the environment in WCW for the backstage problems Hall and Nash caused. Dave points out that Hall and Nash caused all those same problems in WWF before they left in 1996 so that doesn't exactly check out. Undertaker's interview was interesting for the rare experience of seeing him out of character, just being Mark Calaway. When asked about something he hates about how the business has changed, Undertaker talked about the internet spoiling things and how it hurts the product when fans know about things in advance. Dave, of course, disputes this and gives an example using the show Friends. Before this season of the show started, TV Guide reported that Ross was going to wind up being the father of Rachel's baby and it was common knowledge. But the ratings were still through the roof for the "reveal." He also jokes that they could have swerved everybody and made it Gunther instead. Then he says if Russo was writing the show, he would have made himself a character called The Scriptwriter and made himself the father of Rachel's baby. (I've never watched Friends, these references are lost on me)
  • Latest on WWF pay cuts: aside from the very top guys, the company is trying to get most of the roster down to $125,000-or-less per year downside guarantees. Those who work full schedules will still make a lot more than that with PPV/ticket/merch percentages, plus they're doing more house shows this year and with the split rosters, more guys should be working more dates. Plus they raised the price of PPVs so the PPV pay-offs will be bigger. So these pay cuts won't really hurt the full-time stars. But of course, if you get hurt and you're sitting at home only collecting your downside, that's gonna be a lot less money now. So that sucks. On the flip side, WCW used to do the opposite, where guys were hurt and they still collected their full salary, which led to a lot of guys milking "injuries" so they could stay home and cash big ol' checks. So then WCW decided to start cutting people's pay in half when they were out for too long, and that led to people who were legitimately injured coming back too soon because they had bills to pay. So there's a delicate balance that you have to strike there. Also, as part of the new contracts they're trying to get everyone to sign, they're attempting to lock everyone into 3-to-5 year deals because Vince wants to make sure nobody can jump ship and help one of these new start-up promotions like XWF or WWA or the new Jarrett company get off the ground.
  • Ric Flair is still working on his autobiography that Mark Madden was helping to ghost-write for him. WWF is now attempting to buy the rights for that book away from the original publisher so they can publish it on their own. No word if Mark Madden will still be included or if they'll re-do it (WWF did eventually get it and released it. It has another author listed but still says "edited by" Mark Madden so who knows how much of his contributions made it into the final product).
  • After Naoya Ogawa took pictures with several WWF names at Wrestlemania, he went back to Japan and I guess got the media stirred up about possibly working with them. Some media outlets have talked about WWF running a Tokyo Dome event headlined by Ogawa vs. The Rock. Dave says this is pure bullshit.
WEDNESDAY: AJPW Triple Crown champion Toshiaki Kawada injured, more on WWF pay cuts, business analysis, the history of wrestling/shoot fighting, more on Steve Austin walking out, and more...
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2020.04.07 18:00 SaintRidley Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Dec. 7, 1987

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words, continuing in the footsteps of daprice82. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
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  • Starrcade and Survivor Series are in the books It’s far too early to say how they did financially, but Dave’s gut says Survivor Series did well both in terms of hampering Crockett and making money. Starrcade sold out in Chicago, did decent business in a few cities, and did awful in a few others. In terms of the wrestling, Survivor Series wins the day. WWF’s wrestlers had their working boots on while Starrcade was the worst Starrcade to date. A big disappointment when Crockett needed to put on a big show. WWF had excellent production and commentary (as long as Monsoon is with Ventura, Dave’s not even disliking Monsoon much anymore), and the crowd was enthusiastic at all the right moments. Interviews did what they needed to do and everything seemed well planned out. Starrcade was none of that. The live camera missed several key shots (Sting’s tope, JJ Dillon attacking Weaver and stealing the key, the ref bump in Dusty’s match). Comparatively, the only technical issue for WWF was the ten-team tag match, simply because so many bodies led to guys being in the way of the camera. Commentary for Starrcade was disappointing - J.R. and Tony Schiavone just didn’t have chemistry together and tried too hard to sell bad matches as great. The interviews were transparent timewasting for setup and teardown of the scaffold, and the guys who are best at interviews never talked. All that and the matches for Starrcade were rushed. It just did not come off as a good show at all.
  • Before reviewing both shows in full, Dave gives some bests and worsts for the shows. The ten team tag match was the best match overall for Dave, and Bret Hart gets best performer. WWF gets most spineless booking decision because Hogan must pose even though Andre should have had his triumphant moment. Sting’s tope wins best move of the night, and Garvin’s near win on Flair after the flying press from the top only for Flair to kick out at 2.9 wins the best moment. Dave lists those who could have done a worse job booking Starrcade (“Tony Atlas, David Crockett, Leo Nomellini, Bo Derek, Ed Farhat, Thunderbolt Patterson, Leon Spinks, former Atlanta promoter Paul Jones, Karen Ann Quinlan, Karl Lauer, former Pittsburgh Steeler great Ernie Holmes”) and those who could have done better (“Any human not mentioned, several other higher forms of mammals and a few multi-celled reptiles”).
  • Survivor Series was a great show, and Dave gives it full review treatment. The Savage/Honkeytonk teams had an okay match, marred a bit by a long period heavy in restholds after Ron Bass got eliminated. Steamboat did the heavy lifting, and Savage’s interactions with Honkeytonk were disappointing. Team Savage winning was the right move, though. The women’s match was okay, but it was very funny watching Moolah get booed every time she entered the ring even though she was playing babyface. The Jumping Bomb Angels had some great spots, though, as they had the finish to the match for themselves. The ten-team tag match gets 4 stars. Everyone worked hard and the match had total unpredictability, especially at the end when it came down to two teams that would have been easy picks for early elimination (Bees going over the Islanders at the end). The main event was very good. Andre didn’t look good and the only action he was involved in was selling some punches for Hogan and the finish, but WWF booked the match really well to keep fans from picking up on that. If anything, WWF strengthened their position going into Wrestlemania here.
Watch: Team Hogan vs. Team Andre
  • Starrcade was not a great show., and the review pulls no punches. Michael Hayes/Jimmy Garvin/Sting vs. Rick SteineLarry Zbyszko/Eddie Gilbert went to a draw. The match was good and started strong, but slowed down while the ref seemed to get in the way. But the match had no flow, so it was only good in the sense that the wrestlers looked good individually. Steve Williams retained the UWF Title against Barry Windham in a dud of a match that got boring chants after the first minute. The match was meant to start a heel turn for Williams, but nobody watching picked up on that and commentary did nothing to tell the story. The scaffold match between the Rock & Roll and Midnight Expresses was good, but Ricky Morton going low and running away was not to Dave’s taste - faces just shouldn’t run away from heels. The match was as good as you could ask for, but scaffold matches have a ceiling and it was pretty much the same as last year’s. Koloff won the TV title unification match, and the first ten minutes were so bad the match very well could have won worst match of the year if that were the whole thing. Somehow they figured it out and the last eight minutes were good. Tully and Arn beat the Road Warriors by DQ in the best match of the card (3.5 stars). The Road Warriors didn’t have their usual entrance of “Iron Man” because the show was being taped for video (need rights if you want to sell a video, while free tv is fine as long as the artist doesn’t mind). Anyway, it was a very solid match, but nobody wanted the Dusty finish (Roadies threw Arn over the top, while the original referee was down after a ref bump, then pinned Arn while Earl Hebner counted. Then the original ref reversed the decision). Dusty Rhodes beat Lex Luger (now spelling his name with an e) for the U.S. Title. Dusty got 50/50 boos and cheers, Lex got mostly boos. Dave loved the finish with Dillon tossing Luger a chair that led him to take a DDT on the chair to lose enough that he gives the match a star, rather than negative stars like his friends would have. The main event saw Flair win back the NWA World title and get cheered by about 70% of live fans, who also chanted “Garvin sucks.” The match was basically the same as their match in Detroit, but worse, and it’s the worst Flair match Dave’s seen in 16 months. The final three minutes were spectacular, though, enough to get the match to 2.5 stars.
  • NWA’s debut show in New York at Nassau Coliseum was the day before Starcade. Honestly, running this show the night before Starrcade probably contributed to the off feeling for Starrcade, but all reports say this show was excellent. They drew $150,000 and around 11,500 fans.
  • WWF ran Madison Square Garden two days before Survivor Series and drew 17,000. The Glamor Girls vs. Jumping Bomb Angels was reported to Dave as the best match in MSG in years. Also, they did a stretcher job on Danny Davis following his match with Jake Roberts, so we’re probably rid of him now.
Watch: Jumping Bomb Angels vs. Glamour Girls at Madison Square Garden
  • AWA’s Thanksgiving show drew 1,800 fans and Greg Gagne apparently won the AWA World Title. The finish saw Larry Hennig try to interfere, but Verne ran in and hit Curt with a roll of coins and Greg pinned him. The AWA hotline is calling this a win for Greg, but odds are real good they reverse the title change soon enough (indeed, they do just that). The post-match saw Verne and Larry get into it, so the tag match is now built up for Christmas. Another match to avoid for Christmas will be Sheik Adnan al-Kaissey vs. Nord the Barbarian. Madusa beat Bambi (apparently her outfit was something to behold). Madusa also wound up being the prize, as D.J. Peterson won her for 30 days by beating Kevin Kelly. Dave suggests if she’s as good at holding a conversation as she is at promos, Peterson might want to give her back 29 days early.
  • AWA also ran their last card in Denver on November 27. WWF will be taking over their tv time in the area and coming back with monthly cards starting January. AWA also drew under 50 for their November 22 card in San Jose.
  • [Alabama] Continental’s Thanksgiving show in Knoxville was built around a tournament for a 1988 Monte Carlo. Interference in a match would result in both wrestlers eliminated from the tournament, along with any who helped (this clause resulted in Jimmy Golden vs. Steve Armstrong eliminating both men from the tournament, as well as Robert Fuller, Tony Anthony, Wendell Cooley, and Tracy Smothers). Doug Furnas wound up winning the final against Mongolian Stomper.**
  • Dick Slater no-showed AWA’s Thanksgiving show.
  • Chief Jay Strongbow broke his wrist in WWF’s old-timers battle royal.
  • Gordon Solie has signed up to do color commentary for Global Wrestling in Florida. That’s the publicly traded promotion with Bob Roop booking.
  • A couple bodybuilders challenged Nick Kiniski and Kevin Kelly to a fight at the AWA Thanksgiving show. Police broke things up and saved the bodybuilders, because those two aren’t guys you wanna fuck with.
  • [Stampede] Mike Kirchner has now been promoted to Colonel. WWF doesn’t want him called Corporal Kirchner anymore, so he jumped a few pay grades and also got himself a commission.
  • Mike Swain of San Jose, a college friend of Dave’s, just became the first American World Judo champion last weekend. Even Badnews Allen, who got Bronze in the 1972 Olympics in judo, never won a world championship in the sport. Swain is now a favorite to win gold in the 1988 Olympics (Swain ultimately gets Bronze, and remains one of only two American men to ever win a world championship in judo. The first American to win judo gold at the Olympics would eventually be Kayla Harrison in 2012 and again in 2016). Even Ronda Rousey hasn't won a World Judo championship.
  • Mad Dog Vachon was released from the hospital in Omaha on November 21. No other info, but I’m assuming relating to his most recent surgery following the amputation of his leg.
  • Sgt. Slaughter and Lou Albano are contributing columns to a newsletter called Mat Rap Monthly.
  • There was apparently an issue of Penthouse Hot Talk with an article on wrestling groupies. One of the readers of the Observer, well, she’d appreciate a copy.
  • Not a lot in the letters this week, but there is one where Dave responds and outlines some of WWF’s front office. Vince and Linda own the company 100%, and bought out the minority partners years back. Pat Patterson works in talent and booking with Terry Garvin. Jack Lanza, Jay Strongbow, Grizzly Smith (fuck that guy), Rene Goulet, Tony Garea, Pedro Morales, Gorilla Monsoon, and Arnold Skaaland are road agents. So is Nick Bockwinkel, Dave believes. Jim Barnett used to work for WWF and was in operations and headed costume design before he left to work for Crockett. Alfred Hayes is also in the front office in some capacity.
  • Crockett won’t be coming back to Boston because the Boston Gardens only rented them the one date in April as an experiment. They drew a big crowd (over 10,000 with a $142,000 gate), but the Gardens have not been willing to have them return. Seems strange on the face of it, but WWF would cancel a lot of dates if they did, so the pressure is on the venue to keep that arrangement alive and that means not pissing off WWF.
  • Dave also thinks a lot of folks lamenting UWF being merged into the NWA and not being run separate are missing something important: to compete nationally, you have to present nationally. Merging UWF and Florida into the NWA was inevitable. There’s no reason a well-run promotion with marketable stars and national reach shouldn’t be successful as a national promotion and not a regional one. But the way Crockett has conducted the “merger” and the result on tv has been a clear example of bad decision-making. They should have set things up after the Bashes and built toward unifications. Instead they tried to show NWA superiority and made a mockery of UWF, alienating a lot of fans in the old Mid South area (and they were planning to move their base of operations to that area, even). Aside from Flair and the Road Warriors, no NWA talent is a better wrestler or more marketable than the top UWF guys, but they’ve never let the UWF guys sniff the main event or get a real push. They’ve ignored Steve Williams and buried Terry Taylor and Eddie Gilbert, who all had potential to add some needed variety to the top of the card. But they’ve let the top of the card continue to grow more and more stale, and when they bought a bunch of ready-made good talent they slapped them down. It’s just terrible business all around, and somebody in WWF should have read this and committed it to memory for 14 years later but nobody did and we got the exact redux of this whole thing with the Invasion and now I’m annoyed about 2001.
  • Jimmy Snuka is replacing Col. DeBeers as Bruiser Brody’s tag partner in All Japan’s tag tournament.
  • Dave’s going to Japan, so next issue in two weeks. Sayonara.
THURSDAY (2 issues left in 1987): Dave’s travel adventures in Japan, Fritz sells WCCW, DiBiase/Hogan building, and more
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  123. Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction, 6th Edition: Donald R. Bear & Marcia Invernizzi & Shane Templeton & Francine Johnston
  124. Understanding Basic Statistics, 8th Edition: Charles Henry Brase & Corrinne Pellillo Brase
  125. Construction Management JumpStart, 2nd Edition: Barbara J. Jackson
  126. Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 17th Edition: Douglas A. Lind & William G Marchal & Samuel A. Wathen
  127. Statics For Dummies, 1st Edition: James H. Allen
  128. Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 13th Edition: Russell C. Hibbeler
  129. Nancy Caroline's Emergency Care in the Streets, 8th Edition: Nancy L. Caroline
  130. Accounting for Decision Making and Control, 9th Edition: Jerold Zimmerman
  131. International Accounting, 4th Edition: Timothy Doupnik &, Hector Perera
  132. Personnel Economics in Practice, 3rd Edition: Edward P. Lazear &, Mike Gibbs
  133. Schools and Society: A Sociological Approach to Education, 6th Edition: Jeanne H. Ballantine & Joan Z. Spade & Jenny M. Stuber
  134. Introducing Sign Language Literature: Folklore and Creativity, 1st Edition: Rachel Sutton-Spence & Michiko Kaneko
  135. Early Christian Writings: The Apostolic Fathers: Andrew Louth
  136. Fundamentals of Conservation Biology, 3rd Edition: Malcolm L. Hunter & James P. Gibbs
  137. Murach's HTML5 and CSS3, 4th Edition: Anne Boehm & Zak Ruvalcaba
  138. Anthropology and Mass Communication: Media and Myth in the New Millennium, 1st Edition: Mark Allen Peterson
  139. Introduction to Algorithms (The MIT Press), 3rd Edition: Thomas H. Cormen & Charles E. Leiserson & Ronald L. Rivest & Clifford Stein
  140. Data Mining Techniques: For Marketing, Sales, and Customer Relationship Management, 3rd Edition: Gordon S. Linoff & Michael J. A. Berry
  141. Earthquakes: Science & Society, 2nd Edition: David S. Brumbaugh
  142. Python Machine Learning: Machine Learning and Deep Learning with Python, scikit-learn, and TensorFlow, 2nd Edition: Sebastian Raschka & Vahid Mirjalili
  143. Programming Computer Vision with Python: Tools and algorithms for analyzing images, 1st Edition: O'Reilly Media
  144. Community College Finance: A Guide for Institutional Leaders, 1st Edition: Christopher M. Mullin & David S. Baime & David S. Honeyman
  145. A History of Western Music, 9th Edition: J. Peter Burkholder & Donald Jay Grout & Claude V. Palisca
  146. Technical Mathematics with Calculus, 3rd canadian edition: Michael A. Calter & Paul A. Calter & Paul Wraight & Sarah White
  147. The Bible: A Very Short Introduction, 1st Edition: John Riches
  148. Life-Span Development, 17th Edition : John Santrock
  149. Macroeconomics: Policy and Practice, 2nd Edition: Frederic S. Mishkin
  150. Management of Information Security, 6th Edition: Michael E. Whitman & Herbert J. Mattord
  151. Movie-Made America: A Cultural History of American Movies: Robert Sklar
  152. Intercultural Communication in Contexts, 7th Edition: Judith N. Martin & Thomas K. Nakayama
  153. Introduction to Human Factors Applying Psychology to Design, 1st Edition: Nancy J. Stone & Alex Chaparro & Joseph R. Keebler & Barbara S. Chaparro
  154. Personality Psychology, 1st Canadian Edition : Randy J. Larsen &, David M. Buss & David King & Carolyn Ensley
  155. Natural Language Processing with TensorFlow: Teach language to machines using Python's deep learning library, 1st Edition; Thushan Ganegedara
  156. The Modernization of the Western World A Society Transformed, 2nd Edition: John McGrath & Kathleen Callanan Martin
  157. Auditing The Art and Science of Assurance Engagements, 14th Canadian Edition: Alvin A. Arens & Randal J. Elder & Mark S. Beasley & Chris E. Hogan & Joanne C. Jones
  158. Technical Communication Strategies for Today, 3rd Edition: Richard Johnson-Sheehan
  159. Concepts of Chemical Dependency, 10th Edition: Harold E. Doweiko
  160. An Invitation to Environmental Sociology, 5th Edition: Michael Mayerfeld Bell &, Loka L. Ashwood
  161. The Skillful Teacher: On Technique, Trust, and Responsiveness in the Classroom, 3rd Edition: Stephen D. Brookfield
  162. The Police in America An Introduction, 9th Edition: Samuel Walker & Charles M Katz
  163. An Introduction to Music Technology, 2nd Edition: Dan Hosken
  164. Principles of Criminal Procedure: Investigation, 2nd Edition: Wayne LaFave &, Jerold Israel & Nancy King &, Orin Kerr
  165. Speech Craft: Joshua Gunn
  166. Game Theory: An Introduction: Steven Tadelis
  167. Statistics for Psychology, 6th Edition : Arthur Aron & Elliot J. Coups & Elaine N. Aron
  168. Social Psychology, 14th Global Edition: Nyla R. Branscombe & Robert A. Baron
  169. Personality, 8th Edition: Jerry M. Burger
  170. College Physics, 11th Edition: Raymond A. Serway &, Chris Vuille
  171. A Writer's Reference, 8th Edition: Diana Hacker & Nancy Sommers
  172. Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems: Computing and Modeling, 5th Edition: C. Henry Edwards & David E. Penney & David T. Calvis
  173. Exploring Management, 6th Edition: John R. Schermerhorn & Daniel G. Bachrach
  174. Oracle 12c: SQL, 3rd Edition: Joan Casteel
  175. Principles of Development, 5th Edition: Lewis Wolpert &, Cheryll Tickle &, Alfonso Martinez Arias
  176. Natural Disasters, 10th Edition: Patrick Leon Abbott
  177. Social Psychology, 14th Edition : Robert A.Baron & Nyla R. Branscombe
  178. Administrative Law: Bureaucracy in a Democracy, 6th edition : Dr. Daniel E. Hall
  179. Inclusion of Exceptional Learners in Canadian Schools, 5th Edition: Nancy L. Hutchinson
  180. Applied Calculus, 5th Edition: Deborah Hughes-Hallett &, Patti Frazer Lock & Andrew M. Gleason & Daniel E. Flath & Sheldon P. Gordon & David O. Lomen &, David Lovelock
  181. Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Theory to Practice, 2nd Edition: Laura J. Hall
  182. Engineering Vibration, 4th Edition: Daniel J. Inman
  183. The Psychology of Exercise: Integrating Theory and Practice, 4th Edition: Curt L. Lox & Kathleen A. Martin Ginis & Steven J. Petruzzello
  184. The New Nurse Educator: Mastering Academe, 2nd Edition: Deborah Dolan & Deborah Dolan Hunt
  185. Teaching Strategies for Nurse Educators, 3rd Edition: Sandra DeYoung
  186. Nurse as Educator, 4th Edition: Susan B. Bastable
  187. Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, 11th Edition: Elaine N. Marieb
  188. Knowledge Translation in Health Care: Moving from Evidence to Practice, 2nd Edition: Sharon Straus &, Jacqueline Tetroe & Ian D. Graham
  189. The Law of Criminal Investigations: A College Casebook, 1st Edition: Stephanie Mizrahi & Joshua Dressler & George Thomas III
  190. Physiology of Behavior, 12th Edition: Neil R. Carlson &, Melissa A. Birkett
  191. Psychology Applied to Modern Life Adjustment in the 21st Century, 12th Edition: Wayne Weiten & Dana S. Dunn & Elizabeth Yost Hammer
  192. The Development of Language, 9th Edition: Jean Berko Gleason & Nan Bernstein Ratner
  193. The Real World, 6th Edition: Kerry Ferris & Jill Stein
  194. Statistics, 4th Edition: David Freedman & , Robert Pisani & Roger Purves
  195. Buildings across Time: An Introduction to World Architecture, 5th Edition: Michael Fazio
  196. Calculating Drug Dosages: A Patient-Safe Approach to Nursing and Math, 1st Edition:Sandra Luz Martinez Castillo & Maryanne Werner-McCullough
  197. The West: A New History (Vol. 1), 1st Edition: David A. Bell &, Anthony Grafton
  198. Techniques for the Couple Therapist: Essential Interventions from the Experts, 1st Edition: Gerald R. Weeks &, Stephen T. Fife & Colleen M. Peterson
  199. Social Injustice and Public Health, 2nd Edition: Barry S. Levy & Victor W. Sidel
  200. Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago, 2nd Edition: Eric Klinenberg
  201. Uneven Roads An Introduction to U.S. Racial and Ethnic Politics, 2nd Edition: Todd Shaw & Louis Desipio & Dianne Pinderhughes & Toni-Michelle C. Travis
  202. Health Care Finance and the Mechanics of Insurance and Reimbursement: Michael K. Harrington
  203. The Middle East: A History, 7th Edition: William Ochsenwald & Sydney Nettleton Fisher
  204. Business Process Change (The MK/OMG Press), 3rd Edition: Paul Harmon
  205. Introduction to JavaScript Programming with XML and PHP, 1st Edition: Elizabeth Drake
  206. Major Problems in American History, Volume II, 4th Edition: Elizabeth Cobbs & Edward J. Blum & Jon Gjerde
  207. Cognitive Psychology Connecting Mind, Research, and Everyday Experience, 5th Edition: E. Bruce Goldstein
  208. Management of Occupational Health and Safety, 7th edition: Kevin Kelloway &, Lori Francis & Bernadette Gatien
  209. Praying for a Cure: When Medical and Religious Practices Conflict, 1st Edition: Peggy DesAutels &, Margaret P. Battin &, Larry May
  210. How to Lie with Maps, 3rd Edition: Mark Monmonier
  211. The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Guide : Rob Ptacek & Jaideep Motwani
  212. Patient Assessment in Pharmacy Practice, 3rd Edition: Rhonda M. Jones
  213. Biomedical Instrumentation Systems, 1st Edition: Shakti Chatterjee & Aubert Miller
  214. Statistics for Geography and Environmental Science, 1st Edition: Richard Harris
  215. Women without Class: Girls, Race, and Identity, 1st Edition: Julie Bettie
  216. Personal Finance, 6th Edition: Jeff Madura
  217. Trigonometry 2nd Edition: Robert F. Blitzer
  218. A History of World Societies, 11th Edition,: Merry Wiesner-Hanks & Patricia Buckley Ebrey &, Roger Beck & Jerry Davila & Clare Crowston & John P. McKay
  219. The Origins of the Modern World, 3rd Edition: Robert B. Marks
  220. Operating Systems: Principles and Practice (Volume 1 of 4), 2nd Edition: Thomas Anderson & Michael Dahlin
  221. Like a Loaded Weapon: The Rehnquist Court, Indian Rights, and the Legal History of Racism in America, 1st Edition: Robert A. Williams
  222. Corrections in the 21st Century, 7th Edition: Frank Schmalleger & John Ortiz Smykla
  223. The Psychiatric Interview, 4th Edition: Daniel Carlat
  224. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 15th Edition: Tortora & Derrickson
  225. Web Development and Design Foundations with HTML5 , 8th Edition: Terry Felke-Morris
  226. Foundations of Nursing Research, 7th Edition: Rose Marie Nieswiadomy & Catherine Bailey
  227. Introductory Statistics, 9th Edition: Prem S. Mann
  228. Cognition Exploring the Science of the Mind, 7th Edition: Daniel Reisberg
  229. The Social Mind: A Philosophical Introduction, 1st Edition: Jane Suilin Lavelle
  230. Business Data Communications and Networking, 13th Edition: Jerry FitzGerald & Alan Dennis & Alexandra Durcikova
  231. Human Sexuality in a World of Diversity, 5th Canadian Edition: Spencer A. Rathus
  232. Interviewing for Solutions, 4th Edition: Peter De Jong Insoo Kim Berg
  233. Behavior Modification: What It Is and How To Do It , 10th Edition: Garry Martin & Joseph J. Pear
  234. Human Communication The Basic Course, 14th Edition: Joseph A. DeVito
  235. International Economics, 16th Edition :Robert Carbaugh
  236. Bioengineering Fundamentals, 2nd Edition: Ann Saterbak & Ka-Yiu San & Larry V. McIntire
  237. Applied Statics and Strength of Materials , 6th Edition: George F. Limbrunner & Craig D'Allaird & Leonard Spiegel
  238. Visualizing Nutrition, Canadian Edition: Mary B. Grosvenor & Diana Bedoya
  239. Biology Now, 2nd Edition : Anne Houtman & Megan Scudellari & Cindy Malone
  240. A Laboratory Manual for Forensic Anthropology, 1st Edition: Angi M. Christensen & Nicholas V. Passalacqua
  241. Budgeting for Public Managers, 1st Edition: John W. Swain & B.J. Reed
  242. Understanding and Managing Public Organizations, 5th edition: Hal G. Rainey
  243. Essentials of Business Law, 6th Edition: Jeffrey F. Beatty & Susan S. Samuelson & Patricia Sanchez Abril
  244. Nutrition for Health and Healthcare, 6th Edition: Linda Kelly DeBruyne & Kathryn Pinna
  245. Benign Bigotry: The Psychology of Subtle Prejudice, 1st Edition: Kristin J. Anderson
  246. Patterns for College Writing: A Rhetorical Reader and Guide, 14th Edition: Laurie G. Kirszner & Stephen R. Mandell
  247. Quantitative Biomedical Optics: Theory, Methods, and Applications, 1st Edition: Irving J. Bigio & Sergio Fantini
  248. statistics in plain english, 4th edition: Timothy C. Urdan
  249. Munson, Young and Okiishi's Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 8th Edition: Philip M. Gerhart & Andrew L. Gerhart & John I. Hochstein
  250. Business Communication Essentials, 8th Edition: Courtland L. Bovee &; John V. Thill
  251. Business Law Today, Standard Text & Summarized Cases, 11th Edition: Roger LeRoy Miller
  252. Calculate with Confidence, 7th Edition: Deborah C. Gray Morris
  253. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 3rd Edition: William L. Briggs & Lyle Cochran & Bernard Gillett &, Eric Schulz
  254. Childhood in a Global Perspective, 2nd Edition: Karen Wells
  255. Discovering Human Sexuality, 4th EDITION: Simon LeVay & Janice Baldwin & John Baldwin
  256. Fitness Professional's Handbook, 7th Edition: Edward T Howley & Dixie L Thompson
  257. Gramática española: Variación social, 1st Edition: Kim Potowski & Naomi L. Shin
  258. Healthier: Fifty Thoughts on the Foundations of Population Health, 1st Edition: Sandro Galea
  259. Human Resource Management Applications: Cases, Exercises, Incidents, and Skill Builders, 7th Edition: Stella M. Nkomo & Myron D. Fottler & R. Bruce McAfee
  260. Human Resource Management: Essential Perspectives, 6th Edition: Robert L. Mathis & John H. Jackson
  261. Kaplan and Sadock's Synopsis of Psychiatry: Behavioral Sciences/Clinical Psychiatry, 11th Edition: Benjamin J. Sadock & Virginia A. Sadock & Pedro Ruiz
  262. Memorable Psychopharmacology :Jonathan Heldt
  263. Understanding Viruses, 3rd Edition: Teri Shors
  264. Manual of Structural Kinesiology, 20th Edition: R .T. Floyd & Clem W. Thompson
  265. WriteDesigner, 2nd Edition: Cheryl E. Ball & Jennifer Sheppard & Kristin L. Arola
  266. Organized Crime, 7th Edition: Michael D. Lyman
  267. Starting Out with C++: From Control Structures through Objects, 8th Edition: Tony Gaddis
  268. Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual for Organic Chemistry, 7th Edition: William H. Brown & Brent L. Iverson &, Eric V. Anslyn &, Christopher S. Foote
  269. Applied Networking Labs: A Hands-On Guide to Networking and Server Management, 2nd Edition: Randall J. Boyle & Jeffrey A. Clements
  270. Making Sense of the Social World: Methods of Investigation, 5th Edition: Daniel F. Chambliss & Russell K. Schutt
  271. Drugs and Society, 12th Edition: Glen R. Hanson & Peter J. Venturelli & Annette E. Fleckenstein
  272. Foundations of Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling, 1st Edition: David Capuzzi & Mark D. Stauffer
  273. Ethics and Professional Issues in Couple and Family Therapy, 2nd Edition: Megan J. Murphy & Lorna Hecker
  274. Psychopharmacology Drugs, the Brain, and Behavior, 3rd Edition: Jerrold S. Meyer & Linda F. Quenzer
  275. Introduction to Geography, 15th edition: Arthur Getis & Mark Bjelland & Victoria Getis
  276. Managing Risk in Information Systems (Information Systems Security & Assurance), 2nd Edition,: Darril Gibson
  277. Health Disparities in the United States, 2nd edition: Donald A. Barr
  278. Accounting: What the Numbers Mean, 11th Edition: David Marshall
  279. Introduction to Geography, 15th Edition: Arthur Getis & Mark Bjelland & Victoria Getis
  280. Corporate Finance, 4th Global Edition: Peter DeMarzo Jonathan Berk
  281. Scientific American Biology for a Changing World, 3rd Edition: Michele Shuster &, Janet Vigna & Matthew Tontonoz
  282. Evaluation A Systematic Approach, 8th Edition: Peter H. Rossi & Mark W. Lipsey & Gary T. Henry
  283. Lifespan Development, 6th Canadian Edition : Denise Boyd & Paul Johnson & Helen Bee
  284. A Short History of the Middle Ages, 5th Edition: Barbara H. Rosenwein
  285. Law and Society , 2nd Edition : Matthew Lippman
  286. Politics of the Administrative Process; 7th Edition: Donald F. Kettl
  287. Electronic Devices. Conventional Current Version, 10th Edition: Thomas L. Floyd
  288. Culture and Values A Survey of the Humanities, Volume I 1 : Lawrence S. Cunningham & John J. Reich &, Lois Fichner-Rathus
  289. Engineering Mechanics: Statics, SI Version, 8th Edition: KRAIGE & BOLTON & MERIAM
  290. Canadian Community As Partner: Theory & Multidisciplinary Practice, 4th Edition: Ardene R. Vollman &, Elizabeth T. Anderson & Judith McFarlane
  291. Financial Markets and Institutions, 11th Edition: Jeff Madura
  292. The Biology of Cancer, 2nd Edition: Robert A. Weinberg
  293. The Anesthesia Technician and Technologist's Manual: All You Need to Know for Study and Reference, 1st Edition: Glenn Woodworth &, Jeffrey R. Kirsch & Shannon Sayers-Rana
  294. Anesthesiologist's Manual of Surgical Procedures, 5th Edition: Richard A. Jaffe
  295. Stoelting's Pharmacology and Physiology in Anesthetic Practice, 5th Edition: Pamela Flood & James P. Rathmell & Steven Shafer
  296. Clinical Anesthesia Procedures of the Massachusetts General Hospital, 9th Edition: Richard M. Pino
  297. Calculus, 11th Edition: Ron Larson &, Bruce H. Edwards
  298. The Process of Parenting, 9th edition: Jane B. Brooks
  299. Doing History: Investigating with Children in Elementary and Middle Schools, 5th Edition: Linda S. Levstik & Keith C. Barton
  300. Software Engineering: Modern Approaches, 2nd Edition: Eric J. Braude & Michael E. Bernstein
  301. Mastering Multiple Choice for Federal Civil Procedure MBE Bar Prep and 1L Exam Pre (Career Guides) ,1st Edition: William Janssen & Steven Baicker-McKee
  302. Writing Papers in the Biological Sciences, 5th edition: Victoria E. McMillan
  303. EARTH 2 (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press), 2nd Edition: Mark Hendrix & Graham R. Thompson
  304. The Family Diversity, Inequality, and Social Change, 2nd Edition: Philip N. Cohen
  305. Electric Circuits, 11th Edition: James W. Nilsson & Susan Riedel
  306. Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective, 4th Edition: Lynnette Leeseberg Stamler
  307. Animal Behavior, 11th Edition: Dustin R. Rubenstein & John Alcock
  308. Cody's Data Cleaning Techniques Using SAS, 3rd Edition: Ron Cody
  309. Molecular Biology: Principles of Genome Function, 2nd Edition: Nancy Craig &, Rachel Green &, Carol Greider & Gisela Storz & Cynthia Wolberger & Orna Cohen-Fix
  310. The Cell: A Molecular Approach, 8th Edition: Geoffrey Cooper
  311. Fundamentals of Business Organizations for Paralegals, 5th Edition: Deborah E. Bouchoux
  312. Traditions & Encounters: A Brief Global History Volume 2, 4th Edition: Jerry Bentley & Herbert Ziegler & Heather Streets
  313. The Environment and You, 3rd Edition: Norm Christensen & Lissa Leege &, Justin St. Juliana
  314. International Relations, 7th Brief Edition: Jon C. W. Pevehouse & Joshua S. Goldstein
  315. Understanding Motivation and Emotion, 7th Edition: Johnmarshall Reeve
  316. Making Connections in Elementary and Middle School Social Studies, 2nd Edition: Andrew P. Johnson
  317. Literacies, 2nd Edition: Mary Kalantzis & Bill Cope & Eveline Chan & Leanne Dalley-Trim
  318. Scientific American Nutrition for a Changing World with 2015 Dietary Guidelines, 1st Edition: Jamie Pope & Steven Nizielski &, Alison McCook
  319. Personal Finance (8th Edition) (What's New in Finance), 8th Edition: Arthur J. Keown
  320. Classroom Instruction That Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement, 2nd edition: Ceri B. Dean & Elizabeth Ross Hubbell & Howard Pitler & Bj Stone
  321. BUSN (with MindTap Business, 1 Term (6 Months) Printed Access Card), 11th Edition: Marcella Kelly
  322. Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness: An Introductory Guide for Health Care Professionals, 1st Edition: Henry Lamberton & Siroj Sorajjakool
  323. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making, 5th Canadian Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso & Ibrahim M. Aly
  324. Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, 7th Edition: Derald Wing Sue & David Sue
  325. Marketing Strategy: Based on First Principles and Data Analytics, 1st Edition: Robert W. Palmatier & Shrihari Sridhar
  326. The National Security Enterprise: Navigating the Labyrinth, 2nd Edition: Roger Z. George &, Harvey Rishikof
  327. High-Acuity Nursing, 6th Edition: Kathleen Dorman Wagner & Melanie Hardin-Pierce
  328. Value-Driven Project Management, 1st edition: Harold Kerzner & Frank P. Saladis
  329. Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products, 2nd Edition: Jim Robert Highsmith
  330. Business Analytics, 3rd Edition: Jeffrey D. Camm & James J. Cochran & Michael J. Fry & Jeffrey W. Ohlmann & David R. Anderson
  331. Practicum and Internship: Textbook and Resource Guide for Counseling and Psychotherapy, 5th Edition: Christin M. Jungers &, Judith Scott & John C. Boylan
  332. Economics, 11th Edition: Stephen L Slavin
  333. Ethics in Information Technology, 6th Edition : George Reynolds
  334. Corporate Finance, 10th Edition : Stephen Ross & Randolph W. Westerfield
  335. Health Industry Communication: New Media, New Methods, New Message, 2nd Edition: Nancy Hicks & Christina Nicols
  336. CompTIA CySA+ Study Guide Exam CS0-001, 1st Edition: Mike Chapple & , David Seidl
  337. Cultural Humility Engaging Diverse Identities in Therapy: Joshua N Hook &, Don Davis & Jesse Owen & Cirleen DeBlaere
  338. The History of Texas, 5th Edition: Robert A. Calvert & Arnoldo De Leon &, Gregg Cantrell
  339. Stress Management: A Wellness Approach, 1st Edition: Nanette E Tummers
  340. Effectively Managing and Leading Human Service Organizations, 4th Edition: Ralph Brody & , Murali Nair
  341. College Stress Solutions: Stress Management Techniques to Beat Anxiety, Make the Grade, Enjoy the Full College Experience: Kelci Lynn Lucier
  342. Cognitive Neuroscience, 4th Edition: Marie T. Banich & Rebecca J. Compton
  343. Canadian Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, 10th edition : Wesley Balderson & Peter Mombourquette
  344. Straightforward Statistics, 1st Edition : Chieh-Chen Bowen
  345. Step by Step to College and Career Success, 7th Edition: John N. Gardner &, Betsy O. Barefoot
  346. The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement, 30th Aniversary edition: Eliyahu M. Goldratt & Jeff Cox
  347. The Toyota Way Fieldbook: A Practical Guide for Implementing Toyota's 4Ps, 1st Edition: Jeffrey Liker & David Meier
  348. Six Sigma For Managers (Briefcase Books Series), 1st Edition: Greg Brue
  349. How Things Work: The Physics of Everyday Life, 5th Edition: Louis A. Bloomfield
  350. Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th North American Edition: N. Cary Engleberg & Terence Dermody & Victor DiRita
  351. Deviant Behavior, 11th Edition: Alex Thio &, Jim D. Taylor & Martin D. Schwartz
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  1. Programming Massively Parallel Processors: A Hands-on Approach, 2nd Edition: David B. Kirk & Wen-mei W. Hwu
  2. The Environmental Case Translating Values Into Policy, 4th Edition: Judith A. Layzer
  3. Organic Chemistry: Principles and Mechanisms, 2nd Edition: Joel Karty
  4. Excursions in World Music, 7th Edition: Bruno Nettl & Timothy Rommen
  5. Data Modeling and Database Design, 2nd Edition: Narayan S. Umanath & Richard W. Scamell
  6. Ethics and Professional Responsibility for Paralegals, 8th Edition: Therese A. Cannon
  7. Conducting Research in Psychology Measuring the Weight of Smoke, 5th Edition: Brett W. Pelham &, Hart C. Blanton
  8. Understanding and Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises, 6th Edition: Carol Harvey & M. June Allard
  9. Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics: An Applied Introduction, 5th Edition: Ralph P. Grimaldi
  10. Writing about Writing, 3rd Edition : Elizabeth Wardle & Douglas Downs
  11. Services Marketing:People, Technology, Strategy, 8th Edition: Jochen Wirtz & Christopher Lovelock
  12. The Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials, 3rd Edition: Mary Zaccagnini & Kathryn White
  13. Essentials of Contemporary Management, 8th Edition: Gareth Jones
  14. Fundamentals of Investments Valuation and Management, 8th Edition: Bradford Jordan &, Thomas Miller & Steve Dolvin
  15. Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th North American Edition: N. Cary Engleberg & Terence Dermody & Victor DiRita
  16. Social Psychology, 9th Edition: Saul Kassin & Steven Fein & Hazel Rose Markus
  17. Intelligence: From Secrets to Policy, 7th Edition: Mark M. Lowenthal
  18. Fitness and Health, 7th Edition: Brian J. Sharkey & Steven Gaskill
  19. How to Write an Autobiographical Novel: Essays, 1st Edition: Alexander Chee
  20. The Politics of Injustice: Crime and Punishment in America, 2nd Edition: Katherine Beckett & Theodore Sasson
  21. Media and Crime (Key Approaches to Criminology), 3rd Edition: Yvonne Jewkes
  22. Social Marketing: Changing Behaviors for Good, 5th Edition: Nancy R. Lee & Philip Kotler
  23. Successful Project Management, 7th Edition: Jack Gido & Jim Clements & Rose Baker
  24. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Windows 10: Intermediate, 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Eric Schmieder
  25. Hamric and Hanson's Advanced Practice Nursing An Integrative Approach, 6th Edition,: Mary Fran Tracy & Eileen T. O'Grady
  26. The Basics of Social Research, 7th Edition: Earl R. Babbie
  27. Framework for Marketing Management, 6th Edition: Philip T. Kotler &, Kevin Lane Keller
  28. Bank Management, 8th Edition: Timothy W. Koch & S. Scott MacDonald
  29. The Female Offender: Girls, Women, and Crime, 3rd Edition: Meda Chesney-Lind & Lisa J. Pasko
  30. The Criminalization of Mental Illness: Crisis and Opportunity for the Justice System, 2nd Edition: Risdon N. Slate & Jacqueline K. Buffington-Vollum & W. Wesley Johnson
  31. Precalculus: Concepts Through Functions, A Right Triangle Approach to Trigonometry, 3rd Edition: Michael Sullivan & , Michael Sullivan III
  32. Linear Algebra (Cambridge Mathematical Textbooks), 1st Edition: Elizabeth S. Meckes & Mark W. Meckes
  33. Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 3rd Edition: Gregory J. Privitera
  34. Sensation & Perception, 5th Edition: Jeremy M. Wolfe & Keith R. Kluender &, Dennis M. Levi & Linda M. Bartoshuk & Rachel S. Herz & Roberta L. Klatzky & Daniel M. Merfeld
  35. Property Law Rules Policies and Practices, 7th Edition : Joseph William Singer & Bethany R. Berger & Nestor M. Davidson & Eduardo Moises Penalver
  36. Ethical Dimensions in the Health Professions, 6th Edition: Ruth B. Purtilo & Regina F. Doherty
  37. Criminal Behavior A Psychological Approach, 11th Edition: Curt R. Bartol & Anne M. Bartol
  38. The African Experience, 4th Edition: Vincent B. Khapoya
  39. Juvenile Justice A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective, 4th Edition: R. Scott Ryder & R. Scott Ryder
  40. An Advocate Persuades, 1st Edition: Joan M. Rocklin & Robert B. Rocklin & Christine Coughlin &, Sandy Patrick
  41. Cengage Advantage A Creative Approach to Music Fundamentals , 11th Edition: William Duckworth
  42. Practical Program Evaluations: Getting from Ideas to Outcomes, 1st Edition: Gerald Andrews Emison
  43. Signals and Systems, 2nd Edition: Simon Haykin & Barry Van Veen
  44. Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2018 release): Andrew Faulkner & Conrad Chavez
  45. Homeland Security and Terrorism, 2nd Edition: Larry K Gaines
  46. Philosophy of Mind: A Beginner's Guide, 1st Edition: Ian Ravenscroft
  47. Oracle SQL By Example, 4th Edition: Alice Rischert
  48. Global Business Today, 5th canadian edition : Charles W. L. Hill & Thomas McKaig
  49. Cognitive Psychology: Connecting Mind, Research and Everyday Experience with Coglab Manual, 3rd Edition: E. Goldstein
  50. Murach's SQL Server 2016 for Developers: Joel Murach & Bryan Syverson
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2020.03.31 03:44 john14325 Rebook the Invasion

This is a follow up of my booking of Austin as a face in 2001 if you haven’t seen it here’s the link: https://amp.reddit.com/fantasybooking/comments/fq3zgi/rebook_stone_cold_steve_austin_as_a_face_in_2001/
Build to Invasion 2001
Vince McMahon comes out and cuts right to the chase we have beefed up security there will be no NWO or Eric Bischoff and we will have a rematch from last night and it will take place inside a steel cage The Rock vs “Stone Cold” Steve Austin for the WWF Championship.
We get to the match and it’s going as normal with Rock and Austin going at it for about 20 minutes when we see the Eric Bischoff take a front row seat and the announcers are like how the hell did he get in here this grabs Rocks and Austin’s attention and while their staring at Bischoff the NWO enter through the cage door with lead pipes and beat down Rock and Austin to close the show.
The next week on Raw, Vince McMahon comes out and makes security even tighter to ensure that The NWO and Eric Bischoff cannot enter the building but throughout the night guys like Billy Kidman, The Steiner Brothers, Chris Candido and even the WCW World Heavyweight Champion Booker T appear attacking various wrestlers and interrupting matches Vince cancels the scheduled main event between Rock Austin and Triple H for the title and calls out his security team to find out what’s going on when Eric Bischoff comes out and explains that security wasn’t the problem all he had to do was walk in the front door because I own 25% of the WWF yes your son Shane sold his share of the company to me because he sees you as an out of touch old man who will run the WWF into the ground reminding everyone of 1995 and Bischoff agreed to a point but once Shane sold his share he dumped him like the piece of garbage he is and we see The Steiner Brothers drag a bloodied Shane McMahon onto the entrance ramp and Eric challenges Vince to a match at Invasion they will both have a representative and the if Bischoff wins he gets 50% of the company if Vince wins Bischoff and all of his guys will be gone from the company and Vince hastily accepts the challenge.
Vince chooses the biggest company man of them all as his representative, The Undertaker and Bischoff is more secretive and doesn’t reveal his representative until the go home Raw when we have the official contract signing and that man is Goldberg who sneak attacks The Undertaker and spears him through the barricade injuring his ribs.
Invasion 2001
Rey Mysterio vs Eddie Guerrero(c) European Championship
Eddie regains the European Title with help from a debuting Rey Mysterio and this confuses everyone why would a WCW guy help a WWF guy and Mysterio offers Eddie a place in the invading WCW saying it’s inevitable that WCW will win the war but Eddie declines prompting an attack from Mysterio. They go 15 minutes having an amazing opener with Eddie retaining but Mysterio’s foot was under the bottom rope and the ref didn’t see it and this continues the feud.
Chris Candido vs Jeff Hardy(c) Hardcore Championship
Candido debuts and talks about his run in the WWF in the mid nineties and cents his frustration about being underutilized and says that’s why the WWF will fall and he targets rising star and fan favorite Jeff Hardy for his Hardcore Championship. Candido wins after Hardy misses a Swanton Bomb through a table.
Lance Storm vs Chris Jericho(c) Intercontinental Championship
Lance Storm targets his old thrill seekers partner Chris Jericho for leaving him in WCW and wants to take his Intercontinental Championship. Lance Storm wins the match clean claiming his first gold in the WWF.
Mike Awesome vs Perry Saturn
We bring in Mike Awesome because he’s great and Bischoff wants Perry Saturn punished for leaving WCW when they were at their lowest and Awesome does just that and destroys Perry Saturn driving him out of the WWF.
The Steiner Brothers vs The Dudley Boyz(c) Table elimination match for the World Tag Team Championships
The Steiner Brothers attack the Dudleys wanting to take their titles and Scott Steiner cuts a promo about them taking splinters out of their faaaaat assesss like he did in TNA because let’s be honest that was pretty funny. The Dudleys eliminate Rick hitting a 3-D through a table but Rick eventually recovers and helps Steiner eliminate D-Von and Scott eliminates Bubba by hitting a top rope Frankensteiner through a table to win the tag team titles.
Ric Flair vs Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle and his 3 I’s vs the dirtiest player in the game Ric Flair. Flair is used to cheating his way to victory and hates to see someone goody two shoes like Angle at the top and challenges him to a match. Flair almost cheats his way to victory but Angle reverse a figure four into an ankle lock to win the match.
Booker T(c) vs Edge WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Booker T declares himself the real worlds champion and wants to defend his title at Invasion so Bischoff books a #1 contenders battle royal which is won by Edge. Edge puts in a great showing but is no match for the 5 time WCW Champion.
NWO vs “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, The Rock and Triple H
Austin and Rock want revenge for the NWO laying them out not once but twice and Triple H still resents his old kliq buddies Scott Hall and Kevin Nash for jumping ship to WCW and trying to put the WWF out of business. But can Austin, Rock and Triple H who have all been bitter enemies for the past couple of years work together to defeat the invading NWO. While Austin, Rock and Triple H are able to work together they don’t have the chemistry that the NWO has and NWO wins clean Hall and Nash hits a double team move on Austin.
Stacy Keibler vs Trish Stratus(c) Women’s Championship
Trish retains over “WCW’s best”
Goldberg /w Eric Bischoff vs The Undertaker /w Vince McMahon
Despite having injured ribs, The Undertaker gives it his all against Goldberg hitting him with a choke slam a last rife and a tombstone but nothing puts Goldberg away and he hits multiple spears and a jackhammer to put The Undertaker away. The entire WCW roster come out to celebrate.
Build to No Mercy 2001
The fans tune in to see Monday Night Nitro, Bischoff comes out and reveals that he slipped a clause into the contract signing that if Bischoff won that he would have the power to cancel Monday Night Raw and reinstate Nitro but don’t worry WWF parasites you still have Thursday Night Smackdown to look forward to. Eric also addresses the fact that Kevin Nash and Scott Hall beat “Stone Cold” Steve Austin at Invasion and books a triple threat match for the title at No Mercy.
On the next episode of Smackdown, The Rock cuts a vicious promo on Booker T about him claiming to be the real worlds champion and challenges him to a match at No Mercy for the WCW Title.
No Mercy 2001
Rey Mysterio vs Eddie Guerrero 2/3 falls for the European Championship
Mysterio wants a rematch because he says Eddie didn’t really beat him and Eddie gives him a rematch to prove he’s the better man. Mysterio wins the first fall when he rolls up Eddie and puts his feet on the second rope. Eddie wins the second falls making Mysterio submit to the lasso from El Paso and the third with a frog splash. Mysterio shakes Eddies’s hand after the match and raises his arm but them swerve he kicks him below the belt and brings out his nephew Chavo Guerrero and gives Eddie one last chance to join them and Eddie spits on Chavo and they proceed to beat Eddie down and hit him with the European Title.
X-Pac vs Dean Malenko Light Heavyweight Championship
X-Pac turns on X-Factor joins WCW and challenges Dean Malenko for the Light Heavyweight Championship he nearly cheats to win the match but Albert and Justin Credible cost him the match out of revenge for turning on them.
Stacy Keibler vs Lita vs Torrie Wilson vs Trish Stratus(c) Women’s Championship
Trish wins after Mike Awesome power bombs Lita yes Trish Stratus joins WCW.
Lance Storm(c) vs Kurt Angle Intercontinental Championship
Chris Jericho gets his rematch on Nitro for the Intercontinental Championship but Goldberg costs him the match and the next week on Nitro Bischoff books Goldberg vs Chris Jericho to punish Jericho for leaving WCW and Goldberg destroys Jericho. Kurt Angle steps up and we have a great technical match which Lance Storm wins.
Chris Candido(c) vs Chris Jericho Hardcore Championship
Candido targets another rising star who happens to be a fan favorite in Chris Jericho we also play off their history in Smokey Mountain Wrestling, they have a great hard hitting match and once again Candido retains.
Goldberg vs The Big Show
Eric Bischoff books Goldberg be The Big Show to punish him for leaving WCW and Goldberg destroys The Big Show for another victory.
Hulk Hogan vs Triple H
Triple H wants revenge on the man who turned his best friends against him and left the WWF the company that made Hulk Hogan. Hogan tells Triple H he’s just mad that WCW didn’t make him a star. Hulk Hogan wins the match after hitting a low blow and a leg drop when the ref isn’t looking.
The Steiner Brothers(c) vs The Hardy Boyz World Tag Team Championships
The Steiners talk about the last time they were in the WWF the tag team division was filled with real men but then they see skinny North Carolina white trash like the Hardy Boyz and it pisses them off. The Hardy’s give it their all nearly pulling off the upset but are ultimately no match for The Steiner Brothers.
Ric Flair vs Shane McMahon
Shane wants revenge for being used by Eric Bischoff and Bischoff sets Ric Flair on him and they have a highly physical brawl at No Mercy where Ric busts up Shane and makes him pass out to the figure four leglock with Bischoffs help of course.
Booker T(c) vs The Rock WCW World Heavyweight Championship
These two have a great back and forth match which Booker wins clean making him an even bigger star in the eyes of the WWF fans.
Kevin Nash vs Scott Hall vs “Stone Cold” Steve Austin(c) WWF Championship
Kevin Nash is bitter about how his initial WWF Title reign went and wants to rectify that and Scott Hall has never even won the belt and they fight over who gets to pin Austin when Austin capitalizes and hits both men with stunners pinning Kevin Nash.
Build to Survivor Series 2001
Eric Bischoff is satisfied with the way things are going most of the titles have gone over to WCW but he doesn’t just want half the company no he came here to have total control and he challenges Vince to a 5 on 5 tag team match at Survivor Series winner takes all. And Vince says no I’m not risking my life’s work against some shady business man like yourself. And Bischoff says I thought you might say that and says that he’s talked to the board of directors and they are ready to install a vote of no confidence in McMahon because of letting WCW kick the WWF’s ass so far and so Vince agrees to put his whole company on the line against Eric Bischoff at Survivor Series in a five on five elimination tag team match.
Survivor Series 2001
Chavo Guerrero vs Eddie Guerrero(c) European Championship
Chavo wants to prove he is the best in the legendary Guerrero family. They have an amazing 25 minute match which Chavo lies cheats and steals his way to victory.
X-Pac(c) vs Dean Malenko(c) Unification match for the WCW Cruiserweight and WWF Light Heavyweight Championships
X-Pac brings in the WCW Cruiserweight Championship and starts defending it on Nitro while Malenko defends the Light Heavyweight Title on Smackdown and X-Pac challenges him to a unification match at Survivor Series. Albert and Justin Credible try to cost X-Pac the match but is stopped by Rey Mysterio with a steel chair X-Pac wins the match unifying both titles.
Chris Candido(c) vs The Big Show vs Test Hardcore Championship
The two giants want to shut this as they put it vanilla midget up for good and they both challenge him to a title match at Survivor Series. Candido retains after his girlfriend Sunny makes her return and low blows The Big Show.
Trish Stratus(c) /w Mike Awesome vs Lita Women’s Championship
Trish explains that she turned on the WWF because she never forgave Vince McMahon for making her bark like a dog on live TV and Lita tries to make her come to her senses and says in WCW they didn’t even have a women’s title and you think they’re the answer? They have a great match which Trish retains when Awesome interferes.
Lance Storm(c) vs Edge vs Christian Intercontinental Championship
Storm retains because Edge and Christian can’t stop fighting each other and Storm capitalizes pinning Christian.
The Steiner Brothers(c) vs The Dudley Boyz vs The Hardy Boyz vs The APA World Tag Team Championships
The APA do all the work eliminating The Hardy’s and The Dudley’s and The Steiners capitalize on the fact the APA did all the work and pin them to retain the titles.
Ric Flair vs Vince McMahon street fight
Vince wants revenge for Flair bloodying up his son and books a street fight between them for Survivor Series. They have a great match which Flair wins.
Team WCW(Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Booker T, Goldberg) vs Team WWF( “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H, The Undertaker and Kane) Winner Takes All
Goldberg Eliminates Kane. Goldberg eliminates Triple H. Triple H eliminates Scott Hall Goldberg gets eliminated by count out. Hogan Eliminates The Rock. The Undertaker eliminates Kevin Nash. Hogan eliminates Triple H. Booker T eliminates Austin. Sting debuts and hits The Undertaker with a Scorpion Death Drop allowing Booker T to pin and eliminate The Undertaker.
Team WCW wins!!!!!
Build to Starrcade 2001
Eric Bischoff makes major changes by firing the entire McMahon family and during Jim Ross as Raw commentator and installs Paul Heyman as the new commentator which will give Eric nuclear heat and he cancels Smackdown and replaces it with Thursday Night Thunder and now that Bischoff has full control of the company he has the power to cancel Vengeance and put in Starrcade after all its WCW’s version of WrestleMania and he books a stacked card but first he brings in all of his champions and gives them new belts he gives Chris Candido the WCW Hardcore Championship, he gives X-Pac the WCW Cruiserweight Title, he gives Chavo Guerrero the new WCW European Championship, he gives Lance Storm the WCW United States Championship, he gives the Steiner Brothers the WCW Tag Team Titles. He books a World Title unification match between “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Booker for Starrcade.
Starrcade 2001
X-Pac(c) vs Jeff Hardy vs Rey Mysterio vs Billy Kidman vs Tajiri vs Justin Credible WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Great opening match, Rey Mysterio wins pinning Tajiri.
Chavo Guerrero(c) vs Dean Malenko WCW European Championship
Malenko who is close friends with Eddie Guerrero vows revenge on Chavo for the way he has treated his uncle and guns for his European Championship. Chavo retains in a great match.
Chris Candido(c) vs Matt Hardy WCW Hardcore Championship
Matt Hardy wants to win the belt that Candido took from his brother. Candido retains in a brutal Hardcore match.
Goldberg vs Eddie Guerrero
Bischoff sets Goldberg on Eddie for that vicious promo he cut on WCW management back in 1999 and for ultimately leaving the company. Eddie almost lies, cheats and steals his way to victory but is no match for the brute strength of Goldberg.
Lance Storm(c) vs Chris Jericho WCW United States Championship
Lance Storm retains in a great match.
The Steiner Brothers(c) vs The APA bar room brawl
Basically the two toughest tag teams in wrestling go head to head in a fight to see who’s the toughest. The Steiner Brothers comes out on top.
Mr. Perfect vs Kurt Angle
Bischoff brings in another wrestler that the WWF underutilized Mr. Perfect and he challenges Angle to a pure wrestling match which Angle accepts. They go 20 minutes and Angle reverses a perfect plex into an Angle slam for the victory.
The Rock vs DDP
The Rock is cutting a promo and the lights go out and we hear a familiar voice say I’m the real people’s champion and DDP vs The Rock is booked for Starrcade. DDP wins clean to prove his point.
Edge vs Christian TLC match
They’ve been feuding off and on since Summerslam and they finally settle it in a TLC match which they made famous which Edge wins.
NWO vs DX(Triple H, Road Dogg and Billy Gunn)
Triple H reforms DX to take on the NWO but they fall short when Hulk Hogan pins Road Dogg.
Sting vs The Undertaker Buried Alive match
Sting wins the match clean because as the American bad ass The Undertaker cannot beat Sting.
Booker T vs “Stone Cold” Steve Austin Unification Match for the WCW and WWF Championships
Despite WCW interference Austin wins the match.
Build to Royal Rumble 2002
Eric Bischoff calls Austin out to present him with the new WCW Title Belt but Austin spits on that belt and stunners Eric and wants to keep his original WWF Belt to punish Austin, Eric Bischoff forces Austin to defend his title in a 30 man Royal Rumble match and Austin will be entrant #1
Royal Rumble 2002
X-Pac vs Justin Credible /w Albert
Justin Credible finally overcomes X-Pac in a great opening match.
Kurt Angle vs Goldberg
Goldberg has been unstoppable since coming to the WWF and Kurt Angle challenges Goldberg to a wrestling match playing off the fact Goldberg can’t wrestle that well. Kurt Angle’s technical brilliance nearly gets him the wins but Goldberg just barely manages to get the win.
The Rock vs Ric Flair
The two most charismatic men in wrestling go head to head in a dream match which The Rock wins.
Sting vs Kane
Kane wants revenge on Sting for biting his brother. Sting wins the match reversing a tombstone into a scorpion death drop.
30 man Royal Rumble for the WWF Championship
Brock Lesnar and RVD both debut in the Rumble. RVD eliminates Sting after The Undertaker’s Gong goes off and Sting destroys RVD with a base ball bat. Austin goes the distance. Hogan eliminates Hall and Nash causing more dissension in the NWO and Hogan eliminates Austin to win the match and Austin’s Title which gets renamed the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.
Build to No Way Out 2001
Bischoff brags that WCW has all the gold and the WWF guys have nothing but Austin, Triple H, The Rock and Kurt Angle challenge WCW’s finest to a war games match and those four men are Hulk Hogan, Booker T, DDP and Goldberg.
No Way Out 2001
Rey Mysterio(c) vs Jeff Hardy WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Mysterio loses by DQ when he hits Jeff Hardy with the Cruiserweight belt.
Chavo Guerrero(c) vs Eddie Guerrero WCW European Championship
They renew their feud and despite Chavo attempting to cheat Eddie finally beats his nephew to regain the European Championship.
Lance Storm(c) vs Chris Jericho WCW United States Championship
This is Jericho’s last chance to beat Lance Storm and capture the title if Jericho loses he will never get another shot. Jericho wins making Lance Storm tap to the lion tamer.
Chris Candido(c) /w Sunny vs Kane WCW Hardcore Championship
Kane wants to see what Candido is made of and challenges him to a match which Candido wins and Kane shakes his hand after the match slowly turning Candido face.
Scott Steiner vs Rick Steiner
The Steiners drop the Tag Team Titles to the New Age Outlaws and Scott turns on Rick. Scott wins the match and in the process injures Rick Steiner.
Sting vs RVD
RVD wants revenge on Sting for beating him down at the Rumble and challenges him to a match at No Way Out. It seems like Sting has the match won, but The Undertaker’s Hong goes off once again and RVD capitalizes winning this huge match.
Kevin Nash and Scott Hall vs The New Age Outlaws(c) World Tag Team Championships
Hall and Nash have something to bribe after being kicked out of the NWO and they challenge for the Tag Team Titles and they win.
Team WCW(Hulk Hogan, Goldberg, Booker T, and DDP) vs Team WWF( “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H and Kurt Angle) War Games match
The WWF pick up their first big win in ages when The Rock pins DDP.
Build to WrestleMania 18
Nitro opens up with every WWF Wrestler entering the ring and basically saying we will take back our company and chaos ensues we see brawling in the ring, the entrance ramp, backstage all of the WCW Wrestlers vs all the WWF Wrestlers and Eric Bischoff cannot get things under control he’s in the middle of the ring watching everyone fight when Vince McMahon’s music hits and alongside him is Shane, Stephanie and Linda and they beat up Eric Bischoff and make him put the company on the line at WrestleMania and we will have 13 matches whoever wins the majority gets control of the company.
WrestleMania 18
35 man battle royal Winner faces DDP later in the night
RVD wins WWF:1 WCW:0
**Chavo Guerrero vs Eddie Guerrero(c) vs Edge vs Chris Candido /w WCW European Championship
Chris Candido wins. WWF:1 WCW:1
Lance Storm vs Chris Jericho(c) 30 minute Ironman match for WCW United States Championship
Billed as their final match against each other. Storm wins. WWF:1 WCW:2
Rey Mysterio(c) vs Jeff Hardy vs Billy Kidman Cruiserweight Championship
Kidman wins. WWF:1 WCW:3
Scott Steiner vs Brock Lesnar
Steiner wants a real challenge at WrestleMania and Brock answers it. Brock wins WWF:2 WCW:3
Trish Stratus(c) vs Lita Women’s Championship
Trish retains. WWF:2 WCW:4
DDP vs RVD
RVD wins. WWF:3 WCW:4
Ric Flair vs Mick Foley(c) Hardcore Championship
Mick Foley comes out of retirement to help the WWF and he beats Candido on Nitro to win the Hardcore Championship and Flair targets Foley calling him a glorified stuntman. Flair wins with a low blow in a gruesome bloody match.
WWF:3 WCW:5
The Rock vs Goldberg
Goldberg runs right through The Rock to continue his undefeated streak.
WWF:3 WCW:6
Scott Hall and Kevin Nash(c) vs DX World Tag Team Championships
Triple H brings in the founder of the Kliq Shawn Michaels to straighten out Hall and Nash but they beat him down and Shawn comes out of retirement to team with his best friend Triple H and they beat Hall and Nash to win the titles.
WWF:4 WCW:6
*Eric Bischoff vs Vince McMahon *
Vince beats the holy hell out of Eric to win the match.
WWF:5 WCW:6
Sting vs The Undertaker /w Paul Bearer
The Undertaker comes back in his deadman persona and challenges Sting to a match at WrestleMania. Undertaker reverses a scorpion death drop into a tombstone to win the match.
WWF:6 WCW:6
Hulk Hogan(c) vs “Stone Cold” Steve Austin WWF Championship
The dream match that never happened finally happens and Austin hits two stunners on Hogan to win the match. Hogan turns face and shakes Austin’s hand after the match.
This took a while this is how I would have booked The Invasion.
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2020.02.06 18:00 SaintRidley Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Aug. 24, 1987

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words, continuing in the footsteps of daprice82. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
FUTURE YEARS ARCHIVE:
The Complete Observer Rewind Archive by daprice82
1-5-1987 1-12-1987 1-18-1987 2-2-1987
2-9-1987 2-16-1987 2-23-1987 3-2-1987
3-9-1987 3-16-1987 3-23-1987 4-6-1987
4-13-1987 4-20-1987 4-27-1987 5-4-1987
5-11-1987 5-18-1987 5-25-1987 6-1-1987
6-8-1987 6-15-1987 6-22-1987 6-29-1987
7-6-1987 7-13-1987 7-20-1987 7-27-1987
8-3-1987 8-10-1987 8-17-1987 -
  • The end of another long-time wrestling tradition is upon us his month: Gordon Solie will no longer be the voice of Florida Wrestling. Solie and the Crocketts had a disagreement over money, and so Solie has been replaced with Steve Keirn. With Sir Oliver Humperdink jumping to WWF, Crockett canceled Southern Pro Wrestling and are down to just one tv show weekly from Florida. And to keep costs down, they tape two shows at a time and only tape every other week. Solie’s workload would be cut down to 26 dates per year rather than 52, and even though he’d still be working the same amount of time (52 tv shows on those 26 dates) Crockett wanted to cut his pay down to pay him for 26 dates. You can see the problem. Gordon Solie had been the voice of wrestling in Florida for over 26 years at this point.
  • Rumors abound about what the Road Warriors will do in the future. They were scheduled to meet with Vince McMahon last Friday and Jim Crockett the next day. Other than that, no solid word.
  • Dave went to the August 10 Stockton, California and the August 11 San Jose Crockett shows and for whatever reason Stockton tends to get very good wrestling coming through. He didn’t see every match, but others in attendance filled him in and all the ratings for this show are basically by committee. He runs down the card. Dave still thinks Ron Simmons has potential, but isn’t quite as good as he had thought earlier. Rick Steiner was injured (pulled muscle or something in his right leg), so Sting got bumped into subbing for Ricky Morton against Arn and Tully. The Steve Williams and Terry Gordy vs. Eddie Gilbert and Dick Murdoch bunkhouse match wins the honors for match of the night. The San Jose card wasn’t as good and the crowd had trouble getting into the matches. It was also an outdoor show, and Dave has decided that outdoor shows tend to suck after this. UWF doesn’t air in the area, so the UWF matches didn’t really have any familiarity for the crowd. If the area had localized tv (the NWA show that airs on channel 26 in San Francisco plugged the card, and that channel isn’t even on cable in San Jose, nor is San Jose channel 48 which is where San Jose fans can watch NWA, so there was basically no localized advertisement) they could probably draw some people, but the only advertisement that San Jose fans could have seen was from WTBS. Only notable thing here is that in the main event between Williams/Morton/Gibson and Arn/Tully/Lex, Williams no-sold a piledriver.
  • Fritz Von Erich is suing the doctors who did Mike’s shoulder operation a few years back. He’s claiming negligence and that it left Mike physically and mentally scarred, and that the surgery is therefore directly tied to his suicide. Dave wonders, if that’s true, why would Fritz pressure Mike back into the ring? Mike’s toxic shock syndrome left him changed, but Fritz declared him fit and pushed him into the ring again. The tragedy never seems to end here.
  • A federal judge in St. Paul has prohibited Dru Tossel and Babydoll Promotions (they run indy shows in the midwest) from using “All Star Wrestling” in the promotion of their shows. Using the name is likely to cause confusion with the public and belief there is a connection to the AWA, which has used All Star Wrestling for thirty years and has it registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
  • Lastly in our legal roundup, Ron Garvin has been ordered by a jury in West Virginia to pay Argel Johnson (a fan) $455,000. Johnson alleges that Garvin headbutted him during a match between the Midnight Express and Garvin/Bruno Sammartino Jr. in 1983. Dave notes that the Midnights didn’t come to the NWA until the summer of 1985, so you do the math here). There was a lawsuit, but Garvin either failed to respond to or failed to show up for, and so the Ohio County circuit court jury has ordered Garvin to pay up. They have not been able to track Garvin down to collect the money, though.
  • WarGames 3 took place in Chicago on August 16. Ron Garvin was in for Paul Ellering, as Ellering appears to be injured for real, on the babyface side. Animal caused Bubba/War Machine to submit after taking a spiked wristband to the eye. They definitely fudged the clock a bit on the entries, as the match ended in 19:38 but according to the rules the Match Beyond doesn’t even start until 21 minutes in. Lots of blood (six of the ten guys bled), and universal acclaim that the match was great. The undercard, though, was said to be disappointing.
  • Ken Patera had reconstructive arm surgery last week and is back on the road with WWF. He’s not working yet, but he is showing up in the arenas. They’ve been putting Billy Graham in for him in the matches, which makes for bad main events if you pay attention to the matches. That said, Bobby Heenan has been great at distracting fans from the ring during these matches. Patera says he’ll be back in the ring in 6-8 weeks.
  • Bam Bam Bigelow’s television debut has been pushed back to the August 25 San Francisco tv tapings. The plan is an angle where he seems to be trying to find the right manager, leading to crossing all the managers off his list until only Slick is left. Then they swerve and reveal it’s Sir Oliver Humperdink.
  • WWF erased the tape of Ted DiBiase’s first match at Madison on August 4 because he got too strong a babyface reaction. The match with Jerry Allen that aired on Superstars 49 (taped that same day in front of the same crowd) and was promoted as his first match was actually his second, and they took steps to make sure he’d be booed. Dave saw the skit where he made a woman (2020 note: some people believe this was Linda McMahon) bark like a dog and those who watched with Dave started to hate him for not paying her, so the tweak to the character seems like it should work. Dave doesn’t expect he’ll toss money into the audience like he was originally supposed to (can we take a moment to note that Vince apparently thinks giving away free money is a heel act?). Some WWF wrestlers are jealous of DiBiase because in order to make the character more legit he’s being shuttled around in a limo and getting put up in the best hotels, which only Mr. T and Hogan get.
Watch Ted DiBiase vs. Jerry Allen
  • [WWF] ”Mark my words, Rude will not get over as a major attraction here.” Rick Rude’s gonna need more than abs to do that, and Dave watched with some marks who thought it was comedy that they were talking about his great physique on tv. Apparently, Rude has the body of someone with scurvy according to the marks.
  • The biggest story out of WWF is that they’ve banned blading. The ban is primarily because of fear of AIDS, and they are probably going to implement AIDS testing as well. Dusty’s going to have to eventually follow suit, Dave thinks, but he’s sure it won’t be any time soon.
  • [WWF] Dynamite Kid has been given August and September off to see if two months of rest and relaxation will help his back issues. Davey Boy was supposed to then head to Stampede to be main event babyface during Owen’s Japan tour, but they kept him to fill in as a partner for the Killer Bees.
  • [Puerto Rico] Hercules Ayala won the WWC Universal Title from Carlos Colon in a Texas Death match where Colon was deemed to be bleeding too badly to continue. In case you’re wondering, a Texas Death Match is more or less an old school name for a Last Man Standing match (but there's a pinfall required before you can be counted down) and it’s not in the rules to stop it for blood. Dave supposes Carlos is too much like Virgil and Antonio when it comes to doing any kind of job in the middle of the ring.
Watch: Hercules Ayala wins the WWC Universal Title by blood loss
  • UWF will be having Black Bart as the challenger for Williams at the next round of shows. Shows that they need a big, mean heel in a bad way because while Bart is fine and can have good matches with the right opponents, he’s not someone anybody will buy as a title contender.
  • Dave wonders if anyone else is sick of the endless Bikini Bare commercials that air during every Crockett show.
  • Curt Hennig vs. Jerry Lawler for the AWA Title in Memphis on August 10 was kind of crap. Hennig retained after Brickhouse Brown (dressed in drag) attacked from the audience and gave Lawler a piledriver. Almost everyone knew Brown was in the audience in drag, so the ending was obvious. They’ve storyline suspended Brown for 30 days for this. Otherwise, nobody from AWA except Wahoo McDaniel worked on the card, so that’s a real strong alliance happening.
  • Scott Hall will be in Memphis for a week before his September Japan tour. After he concludes the tour he should be in Memphis full-time.
  • Correction from last week: it was Terry Taylor, not Eddie Gilbert, who hit Sting with the chair during the Gilbert/Douglas UWF TV Title match
  • [Stampede] I guess the definition of a clean job has changed over the past few decades, but Dave describes Owen Hart losing the British Commonwealth Title to Gama Singh as Hart’s “first clean pin job” in 1987. Hart pinned Singh, but Singh’s foot was on the ropes so the referee called for the match to continue and Singh’s manager handed him an object, which he used to hit Hart and then pin him. Hart has a rematch on August 14, which should be his last match before his Japan tour, so they’ll probably do an injury angle. He won’t be dropping the North American Title as well, but they might hold it up if they do an injury angle. Leaving for Japan as well is Keiichi Yamada.
  • [WCCW] Mark Lowrance is on vacation, so tv commentary is being handled by a rodeo cowboy and a local preacher. Seriously.
  • [WCCW] Brian Adias is now accompanied by the worst ninja character ever. The guy is supposed to be the Asian ninja master who taught him the move that nearly kayfabe killed Kevin Von Erich in the ring back in May, but he talks like a Texan. The guy’s name is Jimmy Bush, he’s from San Antonio.
  • Wild West has a few small notes, particularly that Lance has dropped the fabulous from his name (an improvement) and Robin Smith appears to have debuted. Her first match seems to have been in a tag match against ancient Moolah-era staples Susan “Tex” Greene and Pepper LaBianco.
  • The Fullers are in the process of selling Continental (the Alabama territory) to a guy named Mike Costello. If that goes through, there’s a good chance Jerry Blackwell will promote AWA down there in joint ventures.
  • [Alabama] Mr. Olympia (Jerry Stubbs) quit the promotion after finding out he was going to lose a bunch of loser leaves town matches and jumped to outlaw promotion NASA, which also runs in Alabama. In retaliation, Ron West announced at the August 7 Knoxville show that Stubbs called the office and said he was tired of being beaten and humiliated and wouldn’t show up before going on about how Stubbs let the fans down and would never work for Continental again. Fans took exception to this and the attempted burial pretty much backfired.
  • As for NASA, they’re a little indy promotion based in Birmingham. They drew 300 for their first tv taping on August 8. Candi Divine and Bambi vs. Joyce Grable and Lock (Wenona Little Heart in a gimmick she started with Luna Vachon) had the best match of the show.
  • Dave McLane’s POWW has booked Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia for September 1. Break even is a $100,000 gate and they’ll be lucky to draw $6,000, so no idea what they’re thinking here.
  • [New Japan] As the Choshu/Inoki feud heats up, Inoki has changed the name of one of the factions. They were originally calling the feud the New Leaders (Choshu, Maeda, Fujinami, etc.) vs. the Old Leaders (Inoki, Sakaguchi, Fujiwara, and Masa Saito). But Inoki didn’t like the word “Old” so now they’re calling it the New Leaders vs. the Now Leaders on tv. By the way, Choshu still hasn’t been cleared to wrestle on tv for New Japan.
  • One letter includes coverage of how AWA handled the Sherri Martel departure. Sherri won the title on Saturday night on WWF’s show, then on Sunday morning AWA aired the Tommy Rich/Sherri Martel angle (where Sherri was stripped of her clothing during an arm wrestling contest) for the first time. Good angle, the writer says, but with her gone how to explain things? Well, the next week they re-aired it twice and then Kevin Kelly in an interview said Sherri was so embarrassed she left AWA and Larry Nelson explained that since AWA is the original wrestling league where they still actually wrestle, lots of wrestlers leave when they can’t take it and go to places where it’s easier.
Watch: Sherri Martel’s last AWA appearance
  • Another letter comes in saying Crockett has too many titles. There are nine currently, and that’s just the NWA division, double that if you count UWF and Florida. WWF, on the other hand has three (four, really, with the women’s title) and they always push the titles. Dave agrees wholeheartedly and says that the more titles there are, the less they mean and that two singles and two tag titles are more than enough for a promotion and anything more than three makes things overdone. Fast forward to 2020 and WWE has 18 titles.
  • Someone writes in supporting the continued use of nicknames. They aren’t derogatory at all, just cute, the writer explains, and says that he and his friends have always called Buddy Rose “Bloody Nose” and the Freebirds “The Fleabirds.” Besides, knowing the nicknames makes you in the know and means that non-fans (and by non-fans, I can only assume this guy means marks who aren’t subscribers to Dave) have no idea who you are talking about. Besides, the guys who get the nicknames like JYD, Outback Jack, etc. aren’t such great workers that they “command all this respect” about getting their actual working names used. I thought the names weren’t supposed to be derogatory? Rewinder here: The logic in this letter is nonexistent and just makes me hate the nicknames more.
  • Another letter writer is concerned about how much hate Dusty gets in the letters section. She wrote what she thought was a good defense of some of his actions that never saw print, but weekly there’s mail about how awful he is and one week there was a whole section titled “This Week’s Dusty Hate Mail.” She reminds us that to enjoy wrestling, you need to suspend belief. She saw Flair vs. Brad Armstrong a while back and while she knew there was no way Brad would win, she let that go and when Flair would wait until the last second to kick out she would find herself excited and believing for a moment he might pull it off. So enjoy wrestling. Don’t be bothered that Dusty’s the booker. Take him as he’s presented, the working man’s hero. He may not be muscular, or a fantastic wrestler, but he is embodying the idea of the American Dream and never giving up.
NEXT ISSUE: WCCW’s Kevin Von Erich vs. Al Perez cage match, Road Warriors contract status up in the air, El Gran Hamada quits JWP, Akira Taue signs with All Japan, and more
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2019.10.10 18:00 SaintRidley Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Jan. 18, 1987

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words, continuing in the footsteps of daprice82. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
FUTURE YEARS ARCHIVE:
The Complete Observer Rewind Archive by daprice82
1-5-1987 1-12-1987
-Jim Crockett Promotions and WWF went head to head in Philadelphia last Saturday, drawing a combined 25k fans and $350k. This is a really good barometer for the health of the industry, because the companies draw such different kinds of audiences. WWF drew more fans, but a slightly smaller gate (and they ran the Spectrum, which is a more costly venue, so it’s possible JCP’s show might be the most profitable gate in Philadelphia wrestling history). The headline events of each show were a scaffold match and FlaiKoloff for the NWA World Title and Savage/Steamboat. Dave says it looks like JCP has nothing to worry about in terms of being a profitable enterprise, so long as WWF doesn’t try to be a wrestling company. Spoiler alert: JCP will be sold to Ted Turner by the end of 1988 because they fucked it up and weren’t profitable. And WWF never even had to try to be a wrestling company.
-The Crockett show was reportedly excellent for the most part. Two 30 second matches and the scaffold match were the only disappointments. Otherwise, Ron Garvin and Ivan Koloff had a really good 20 minute draw. Jimmy Garvin beat Brad Armstrong in a Texas Death Match with the double down and first man to his feet finish with a twist (Armstrong got up first but the referee was looking at Precious, so Bill Dundee knocked him back down and Garvin got up for the win). Ricky Morton, Robert Gibson, and Dick Mudoch beat Shaska Whatley, Rick Rude, and Manny Fernandez. Tully Blanchard beat Dusty via DQ to keep the TV Title. Dusty looked to have lost weight and was moving better. Dillon threw a roll of coins to Tully but Dusty intercepted and used it to get the pin (Dave makes a joke about Tully’s college football days and how it’s more realistic for Tully to throw the pass that gets intercepted), but Dillon then runs in the ring, gets the roll of coins from Dusty’s trunks, and gets the ref to overturn the decision (“what a perverted finish” Dave says). Barry Windham beat Arn Anderson as well, and FlaiKoloff went to a double count out. Road Warriors beat the Midnight Express in the scaffold match, with the highlight being Hawk shaking the scaffold as hard as he could after being the first to climb up.
-WWF’s show was not as good, and honestly kind of lousy. Not as lousy was the spike in ticket sales when it was announced Steamboat would replace Andre the Giant in the main event against Savage - 9000 tickets sold after that. Very impressive considering that last time they went head to head in Philadelphia a month ago, final week ticket sales for WWF totaled 1500 for a show headed by Hogan and Ordnorff in a cage match. Doing some Steiner math, it looks like Savage is 6x the draw Hogan is in Philly. Savage beat Steamboat by DQ and the match was bad - moves missed all over, slow motion, Steamboat in particular looked bad. Jake Roberts and Bundy did a double countout. Honkytonk Man vs. George Steele was the best match of the show (Steele lost by DQ). Valentine and Beefcake beat Dan Spivey and Mike Rotundo. Davey Boy and JYD beat the Hart Foundation (Dave says it’s scary when Mathilda is a better worker than Davey’s partner). There were also some junk matches featuring Barry O, Dino Bravo, Koko B. Ware, and Scott McGhee.
-Saturday Night’s Main Event did a final 10.6 rating. This breaks the record set by last year’s episode from this same time, headlined by Terry Funk vs. Hulk Hogan and makes this episode the most widely-viewed 11:30 pm Saturday night show in the history of organized television (Dave will correct this in a few weeks - since 1981 is the correct time frame). Crockett and WTBS are planning to air their own counter on Saturday February 7 - “Superstars on the Superstation.” It’ll feature six house show main event caliber matches, one of which will be the Arn Anderson vs. Barry Windham match mentioned above.
-Crockett is going to make a go of it in Canada, doing their first Canadian tv taping on February 16th. They’ll be in Ontario, where WWF used to have a presence. Back in the early 80s Crockett wouldn’t let his guys work for Frank Tunney, worrying Tunney would join up with Vince (rightly so, as he did), and Toronto was one of Crockett’s biggest cities. Flair would draw crowds in excess of 15000 back then. Nowadays Toronto is WWF’s hottest city, in part because there’s no competition. Should be interesting to see if Crockett can make it work.
-Dave gives a couple editorial notes about the Observer. He’s working on getting the 1986 yearbook out and that’s like 50-55 pages and counts as a month of Observers ($5/month). I don’t have that, nor do I have next week’s issue, so we’ll be going to February next up in the rewind. Also Dave notes that all material from here on is copyright Dave Meltzer and promises a tirade in next week’s issue on the subject of people outright copying and reprinting his material. Shame we’re missing out on it.
-This past weekend the INTV convention happened and many wrestling names were there to try and get more syndicated stations carrying their shows. This was mainly for independent stations, as the NAPTE convention is still a few weeks away. Anyway, Verne Gagne (AWA), Jim Ross (UWF), David Crockett (JCP), John Studd and Basil DeVito (WWF), someone from Continental Productions (WCCW), a bunch of the GLOW girls, and Joe Pedecino and Gordon Solie were all there. Bill Apter and Craig Peters covered the event for PWI. Dave feels like the tv people thought wrestling was oversaturated and they weren’t too interested in going to the booths, except to the GLOW booth so they could see a scantily-clad Tina Ferrari (you know her as Ivory) up close. Pedecino gets a nod for being a hard worker, since Pro Wrestling This Week has an amazing amount of cooperation from all promotions (except WWF) making it possible. Other notes: nobody cares about WCCW, WWF’s people are the most arrogant and pompous in the business, Gordon Solie is a really fun guy to talk to, Verne still hasn’t realized it’s 1987, the tv industry is as unscupulous as the wrestling industry. The convention program lists for WWF Vince as president, Linda as VP, and DeVito as PR head (Dave notes that DeVito and Studd were the least reprehensible of the WWF group present). As for Vice President of Operations, the program lists Jane E. Barnett, which Dave thinks must be someone’s idea of a practical joke (James E. Barnett, who sold Georgia Championship Wrestling and its timeslot to Vince leading to Black Saturday, is what it should have said).
-WWF Superstars tapings saw the build to Andre/Hogan continue over trophy sizes. Hogan gets a trophy for being champion for three years in one part of the taping, then Andre gets one for being undefeated, and Hogan’s is bigger. Later Hogan mentions the size difference and that fans cheer him louder, leading to the Hogan/Andre handshake and squeeze. Also debuting at the tapings, and hopefully putting an end to long-running rumors of the Road Warriors jumping to WWF, are Ax and Smash. Demolition has arrived!
Watch: Andre the Giant is presented a trophy in Piper’s Pit
Watch: Demolition debuts!
-Dynamite injury watch update: WWF is still not acknowledging his injury and falsely promoting him for the month. JYD is replacing him most of the time, though it’s still rumored that Johnny Smith will be coming in imminently. Dynamite is back in the hospital and in traction. The surgery he had was to remove the disc between his L4 and L5 vertebrae, and a doctor has said that it’s a longshot that he could ever get back in the ring. The surgery will cut his flexibility down significantly, and Dave supposes there’s no way he can do all his awesome flying moves anymore. He’ll also have to drop muscle mass and keep leaner, because there’s no way his back will stand up to the heavy weightlifting needed. So when he does return, he’s not going to be the same wrestler at all. As Dave puts it, Tom Billington might get back in the ring, but Dynamite Kid is done.
-Dave has a contest: give Owen Hart a nickname. Best serious nickname will be used in the Observer forever (or until Vince gets him and kills his style). Dave has a thing for nicknaming wrestlers at this point and it can be kind of irritating. Curious to see if anything comes of this contest.
-Luger’s coming in to JCP and will be the 5th Horseman. No word on what happens with Ole.
-[JCP] Instead of doing Petrov vs. Koloff, they’re going to do Koloff & Dusty vs. Petrov & Ivan. This is because JCP have realized that an untrained bouncer is not really ready to be put in a big singles feud. Crockett really ticked off a lot of the boys by trying to make Pietrov a main eventer with basically no training. Speaking of Peetrov’s training, he wasn’t trained by Eddie Sharkey. Apparently Sharkey is still trying to recover his reputation a bit after training the Warlord and Tijo Kahn, so letting someone graduate who was greener than a baby’s first shit is the last thing he wants on his head right now.
-All Japan’s tour is off to a rocky start. On the plus side, they sold out Korauken Hall. On the other hand, the card sucked. The main event of the first show of the year was a battle royale that Tiger Mask won, and while Japanese wrestling is good at a lot of things, battle royales are not one of them. A lot of the big names (including Tenryu, Wajima, Choshu, Yatsu, and Tsuruta) in the match got counted out, which I guess can happen in All Japan’s battle royales at this time? News to me. There were also a couple matches featuring 55 year old competitors Nelson Royal and The Destroyer (Dick Beyer), both of whom are clearly too old to keep up with the style in AJW.
-Shinobu Kandori, four months since turning pro, has become UWA World Women’s Champion (UWA is in Mexico). She beat Lola Gonzales, and the speed of her rise to the top from her in-ring debut may be some sort of record. Compare to 31 years later, and that’s the exact timeline Ronda Rousey would follow from her first match to her championship win. In another coincidence Kandori, like Rousey, was a world class judoka who took Bronze in the 1984 World Judo Championship.
-UWF has a lot going on behind the scenes that could surface soon. Their death spiral continues, though nobody yet recognizes it as such.
-Dave is correcting himself from a few issues back on a Puerto Rico update. Mil Mascaras wasn’t the North American champion in Puerto Rico, challenging for it on December 21. The champion was Jos LeDuo, at least until he no-showed a card and they put the title on the son of Roy Heffernan (of the Fabulous Kangaroos fame).
-Florida is a complete mess with their titles due to guys leaving. They did a bit where Luger lost the Southern Title to Badnews Allen, but the referee overturned the decision because Allen used the ropes. But Luger is on his way out so doing this makes no sense. Speaking of Badnews Allen, he’s an absolute riot on promos. His most recent, before a match with Kendall Windham, was that he was afraid to wrestle Kendall because he was worried he’d be put in jail for beating a minor. Dave is floored that no major promotion has signed Badnews.
-Kevin Sullivan will begin booking for Florida on January 13th. Expect Bruiser Brody to become the top face.
-Dave says the best new manager since Jim Cornette is Big Bad Downtown Bruno. He’s hilarious and a perfect wimp.
-He also notes that despite the tv overexposure of wrestling, Memphis is doing good. They’ve been making good use of less expensive signings and have a good number of popular acts to keep things profitable.
-In good news for wrestling, Dave guesses, John Studd says he’s staying out of wrestling to focus on tv until September. In other tv appearances, Ricky Steamboat’s appearance on “Sidekicks” isn’t the only one of late. Studd is on “Hunter,” while Bam Bam and Scott Hall are on HBO’s “First and Ten.”
-The December 29 World Class show where kids got in free drew 3,400 fans. Sounds great compared to 150 on their last one, until you remember all the kids were free and got free concessions. World Class’s death spiral continues.
-AWA is doing well, selling out in Vegas every week recently for tv tapings. WWF just got tv out there, though, so that streak might be over.
-Jim Duggan’s UWF contract had a very interesting “escrow” clause in it. Apparently he receives this “escrow fund” only if he fulfills his contractual obligations on the way out. Explains why he’s jobbing out and actually going along with it.
-[WCCW] Dave doesn’t understand why Dingo Warrior and Sting are still in facepaint. They’re both good-looking young men and it seems absurd to hide their faces. Speaking of Dingo, he apparently thinks he’s Hulk Hogan now, what with telling all the children to train and eat vitamins and such. Dave reasons that if Hulk’s fans are the little Hulksters, that must make Dingo’s the little Dingbats.
-Someone writes in to ask about the lawsuit between Dusty Rhodes and Big Daddy. Dave says Big Daddy (Steve DiBlasio, not the Big Daddy of British wrestling fame) sued Dusty a few years ago after his career ended. He shattered his ankle doing a bump over the top in a match with Les Thornton and claimed Dusty told him to take the bump when producing the show. Dave’s gotten a lot of news clippings about this, most of which show Big Daddy is ridiculous. He claims to have been roughly equivalent to the Road Warriors in terms of his status (including claims such as being “undefeated in 41 matches having beaten Ric Flair, Roddy Piper and Abdullah the Butcher” and making $4k a week). Nothing’s been settled yet, and Dusty could have some problems because the court sent him a questionnaire to answer and he just gave smart-ass answers that were mostly just foul language.
-A fan from Memphis writes saying Hogan/Andre is a good idea. The average fan will think it’s the greatest main event in history. He then predicts that UWF will be able to draw well in WWF and AWA cities by the end of the year unless Crockett or McMahon can talent raid the top three or four guys (guess what happens, y’all).
-Magnum T.A. update. He’s beginning to exercise in water and is in the early stages of relearning how to walk. A return to wrestling seems completely out of the question at this point (and sadly so).
-Kerry Von Erich update. Looks like he’ll be returning in the fall. This would be the return from the motorcycle accident that took his foot from him. Dave said in his initial coverage of that accident and says again here that whatever Kerry will be like in the ring when he returns, don’t expect it to be the Kerry of old.
IN TWO ISSUES: Jim Neidhart in hot water, Wrestlemania card, Roddy Piper to retire, and more
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  176. A History of Psychology: A Global Perspective, 2nd Edition: Eric Shiraev
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  232. Mass Media Research: An Introduction, 10th Edition: Roger D. Wimmer & Joseph R. Dominick
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  235. C++ Plus Data Structures, 6th Edition: Nell Dale &, Chip Weems & Tim Richards
  236. Information Technology Project Management, 9th Edition: Kathy Schwalbe
  237. Technical Communication: A Practical Approach, 8th Edition: William S. Pfeiffer and Kaye A. Adkins
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  281. National Security, 6th Edition: Donald M. Snow
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  308. A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues for Computing Technology, 5th Edition: Sara Baase & Timothy M. Henry
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  326. Forest Measurements, 5th Edition: Thomas Eugene Avery & Harold E. Burkhart
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  350. Law and Society, 5th Canadian Edition: Steven Vago & Adie Nelson & Veronica Nelson & Steven E. Barkan
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2019.09.17 06:28 Ainsoph777 Documenting U.S. President Donald Trump's appointments who are affiliated with Jesuit Georgetown University---part 3

Part 1 : https://www.reddit.com/Jesuitworldordecomments/d59kzs/documenting_us_president_donald_trumps/
Part 2 : https://www.reddit.com/Jesuitworldordecomments/d5aorg/documenting_us_president_donald_trumps/

"President Donald J. Trump Announces Appointments for the Executive Office of the President

Issued on: February 2, 2019
Emma K. Doyle will serve as Assistant to the President and Principal Deputy Chief of Staff." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-appointments-executive-office-president-4/ "Emma was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She graduated summa cum laude from Georgetown University(Jesuit) and also holds a Master of Science in Finance from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business." http://www.instituteforeducation.org/2017/09/ifes-wip-to-host-emma-doyle-chief-of-staff-to-the-omb-directo

"Remarks by President Trump Nominating David Malpass as the Next President of the World Bank

ECONOMY & JOBS
Issued on: February 6, 2019
Roosevelt Room
1:56 P.M. EST
THE PRESIDENT: Hi, everybody. Thank you very much. And it’s a lot of fun for me doing this one, because we’re dealing with a very special man, a very special person.
Today, it’s my pleasure to announce my choice for the next president of the World Bank: Mr. David Malpass. And I’ve known David for a long time. A very extraordinary man.
With us today are David’s wife, Adele, as well as his three children: Robert, Emily, Julia. And I want thank you all for being here, and I want to congratulate you all. Thank you. Thank you very much. (Applause.)
We’re also pleased to be joined today by Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Wilbur Ross(Jesuit trained at Xavier High-school), Alex Acosta, Ben Carson, as well as Ambassador Bob Lighthizer(Jesuit trained at Georgetown), who’s right now negotiating with China. How you doing? Where’s Bob? How you doing with China, Bob? Give them some breaking news. (Laughter.) It’s going well. Administrator Linda McMahon. And Treasurer Jovita Carranza. Thank you all for being here. Thank you. Thank you very much. And Ivanka Trump, in case anybody missed. (Applause.) And Kellyanne. And a lot of great people.
Following the resignation of former president of the World Bank, Dr. Jim Yong Kim, I launched a broad search for a replacement. After interviewing many very qualified candidates, I knew that David was the right person to take this incredibly important job.
In addition to his current service overseeing the IMF and, actually, overseeing the World Bank as Undersecretary of International Affairs at the Department of the Treasury, David brings 40 years of experience in economics, finance, government, and foreign policy to his new assignment.
After receiving a degree in International Economics from Georgetown University’s prestigious School of Foreign Service(Jesuit), David served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Ronald Reagan and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under President George H.W. Bush.
He distinguished himself as Staff Director of the Joint Economic Committee of the United States Congress. And he was named to the boards of many notable institutions and charities — highly respected man — including the Council of the Americas and the Economic Club of New York. The Wall Street Journal just said today in an editorial that David Malpass is an “excellent choice,” which is true.
America is the largest contributor to the World Bank, giving over $1 billion every year. My administration has made it a top priority to ensure that U.S. taxpayers’ dollars are spent effectively and wisely, serve American interests, and defend American values......" https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/remarks-president-trump-nominating-david-malpass-next-president-world-bank/

"President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Individuals to Key Administration Posts

Issued on: November 7, 2018
Kate Marie Byrnes of Florida, to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Macedonia.
Ms. Byrnes, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister-Counselor, currently serves as the Deputy Chief of Mission of the United States Embassy Athens, Greece. Previously, she was the Deputy Chief of Mission and Deputy United States Permanent Representative at the United States Mission to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Vienna, Austria. During her career, she has served as Public Affairs Counselor at the United States Embassy Madrid Spain, Department of State Senior Civilian Representative to Task Force Bastogne/Bronco, Jalalabad Airfield, Afghanistan, and the Public Affairs Advisor to the United States Mission to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Brussels, Belgium. Ms. Byrnes earned B.S. and M.A. degrees from Georgetown University(Jesuit). She is also the recipient of the Secretary’s Expeditionary Service Award and the United States Army Meritorious Civilian Service Award. Ms. Byrnes speaks Spanish, Hungarian and Turkish." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-intent-nominate-individuals-key-administration-posts-2/

"President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate and Appoint Personnel to Key Administration Posts

Issued on: September 13, 2018
Bimal Patel of Georgia, to be an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions.
Mr. Patel currently serves as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for the Financial Stability Oversight Council. Prior to joining the United States Department of the Treasury, Mr. Patel was a partner and head of the Financial Advisory and Regulation practice in the Washington, D.C., office of O’Melveny & Myers LLP. Mr. Patel previously served as senior advisor to Director Jeremiah O. Norton on the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Additionally, Mr. Patel has served as an adjunct associate professor at Stanford University, teaching an undergraduate course on banking regulation. Mr. Patel earned his B.A. from Stanford University, M.P.P. from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center(Jesuit)." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-intent-nominate-appoint-personnel-key-administration-posts-19/

"President Donald J. Trump Announces Seventeenth Wave of Judicial Nominees

Issued on: August 27, 2018
Travis A. Greaves of the District of Columbia, to serve as a Judge on the United States Tax Court.
Travis Greaves serves as Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Appellate and Review in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Tax Division. In this role, he oversees all civil tax appellate litigation, including appeals from the U.S. Tax Court. Before assuming his current role at the Department of Justice, Mr. Greaves was a partner at Greaves & Wu, LLP, in Washington, DC, where his practice focused on civil and criminal tax controversy matters. Earlier in his career, Mr. Greaves served as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center(Jesuit) and as an attorney advisor at the U.S. Tax Court. Mr. Greaves received his B.A. from the University of Tennessee, his J.D., cum laude, from South Texas College of Law, and an L.L.M. in Taxation, with distinction, from Georgetown University Law Center." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-seventeenth-wave-judicial-nominees/

"President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Personnel to Key Administration Posts

Issued on: August 13, 2018
Michael Peter Pelletier of Maine to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Madagascar and the Union of the Comoros.
Mr. Pelletier, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister-Counselor, has served as an American diplomat since 1987. He is currently the Dean of the School of Professional and Area Studies at the Foreign Service Institute, United States Department of State, a position he has held since 2016. Mr. Pelletier has served at eight United States Missions overseas and in senior leadership positions at the United States Department of State, including as Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States embassy in New Delhi, India, and Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of African Affairs. He earned a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University(Jesuit), a Certificat d’Etudes Politiques from Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris, France, and a M.I.A. from Columbia University. He is the recipient of thirteen senior State Department awards, including a Presidential Meritorious Service Award and the Linguist of the Year.
Michael S. Klecheski of New York, to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Mongolia.
Mr. Klecheski, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister-Counselor is currently Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy in Manila, Philippines, a position he has held since 2015. He has also served as Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy in Astana, Kazakhstan from 2013 to 2015 and in other overseas assignments in Russia, Iraq, Switzerland, and Poland. Mr. Klecheski earned a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University(Jesuit) and a M.A. and MPhil from Columbia University. He is the recipient of twelve notable awards from the State Department, including the Expeditionary Service Award. He speaks Russian, Polish, French and Tagalog. He is married to Eloisa de Leon Klecheski. They have three children.
Judith Gail Garber of Virginia, to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Cyprus.
Ms. Garber, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Career Minister, has served as an American diplomat since 1984. She is currently Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs at the United States Department of State, a position she has held since 2012. She also has served at six United States missions overseas, including as Ambassador at the United States Embassy in Riga, Latvia from 2009 to 2012 and in senior leadership positions in Washington, D.C., such as a Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs at the United States Department of State from 2007 to 2009. Ms. Garber earned a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University(Jesuit). She is the recipient of twenty notable State Department awards. Ms. Garber speaks Spanish, Hebrew, Czech and Latvian.
Dennis B. Hankins of Minnesota, to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Mali.
Ambassador Hankins, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister-Counselor, has served as an American diplomat since 1984. He is currently the Ambassador at the United States Embassy in Conakry, Republic of Guinea, a position he has held since 2015. Ambassador Hankins served at eleven United States missions overseas and in senior leadership positions at the United States Department of State, including as Principal Officer at the United States Consulate General in Sao Paulo, Brazil from 2012 to 2015, Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan from 2010 to 2012, and Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy Nouakchott, Mauritania from 2007 to 2010. He earned a B.S. from Georgetown University(Jesuit) and a M.S. from the National War College and is the recipient of numerous State Department awards. Ambassador Hankins speaks French and Portuguese." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-intent-nominate-personnel-key-administration-posts-59/

"President Donald J. Trump Announces his Intent to Nominate and Appoint Personnel to Key Administration Posts

Issued on: July 11, 2018
Kevin K. Sullivan of Ohio, to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Nicaragua.
Mr. Sullivan is currently the Deputy Permanent Representative to the United States Mission to the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C. Previously, he served as Deputy Chief of Mission/Chargé d’Affaires in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy in Lilongwe, Malawi. Over the course of his Foreign Service career, he served at six United States Missions overseas and in senior leadership positions at the Department of State. Mr. Sullivan earned a B.A. at Georgetown University(Jesuit) and an M.A. from Princeton University. He is the recipient of the Council for American Studies “Puente de la Americas” Prize (Argentina). Mr. Sullivan speaks Spanish." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-intent-nominate-appoint-personnel-key-administration-posts-13/


"President Donald J. Trump Announces Fourteenth Wave of Judicial Nominees, Thirteenth Wave of United States Attorney Nominees, and Eighth Wave of United States Marshal Nominees

Issued on: May 10, 2018
If confirmed, Corey L. Maze of Alabama will serve as a District Judge on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.
Corey Maze serves as Special Deputy Attorney General for the State of Alabama. Since 2011, he has served as chief of the Attorney General’s Special Litigation unit and has acted as the State’s primary counsel in complex civil matters such as the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the ongoing opioid crisis. From 2008 to 2011, Mr. Maze served as the Solicitor General of Alabama. During that period, he argued three cases in the Supreme Court of the United States and won three “Best Brief Awards” from the National Association of Attorneys General. Before his appointment as Solicitor General, Mr. Maze prosecuted criminal trials and appeals for five years as an Assistant Attorney General. Mr. Maze earned his B.A., summa cum laude, from Auburn University and his J.D., cum laude, from the Georgetown University Law Center(Jesuit)." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-fourteenth-wave-judicial-nominees-thirteenth-wave-united-states-attorney-nominees-eighth-wave-united-states-marshal-nominees/


"President Donald J. Trump Announces Thirteenth Wave of Judicial Nominees and Seventh Wave of United States Marshal Nominees

Issued on: April 26, 2018
If confirmed, Rodolfo “Rudy” Ruiz II of Florida will serve as a District Judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Rudy Ruiz currently serves as a Circuit Judge in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida since his appointment by the Governor in 2014. As a Circuit Judge, Judge Ruiz has presided over both civil and criminal divisions. He previously served for two years as a County Court Judge in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, where he handled a full range of civil and criminal cases. Before ascending to the bench, Judge Ruiz served for three years as an Assistant County Attorney in the Miami-Dade County Attorney’s Office, where he handled a wide range of civil defense matters in Federal and State court at both trial and appellate levels. Before joining the County Attorney’s Office, Judge Ruiz practiced corporate law in the Miami office of White & Case LLP. Upon graduation from law school, Judge Ruiz served as a law clerk to Judge Federico A. Moreno of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Judge Ruiz earned his B.S. from Duke University and his J.D. from Georgetown University(Jesuit), where he was an articles editor of the American Criminal Law Review." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-thirteenth-wave-judicial-nominees-seventh-wave-united-states-marshal-nominees/

"President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Personnel to Key Administration Posts

Issued on: March 2, 2018
James Edward Campos of Nevada, to be the Director of the Office of Minority Economic Impact in the Department of Energy.
Mr. Campos has been involved in the government administration, renewable energy, minority community relations, strategic business consulting, and business development fields. Currently he serves as the senior advisor on Economic Development & Government Relations to the College President of Nevada State College and as a State regulator on the Nevada Taxicab Commission. Before working with Nevada State College, Mr. Campos served as the director of Renewable Energy Initiatives & Government Relations for the College of Southern Nevada. Mr. Campos was formerly the State-wide Commissioner of the Nevada Consumer Affairs Division where he regulated 7 industries and enforced State laws governing deceptive trade practices. Campos holds both a B.A. and an M.S. from the University of Maryland, an M.B.A. from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, and an Executive Business Program Certificate from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business(Jesuit)." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-intent-nominate-personnel-key-administration-posts-38/

President Donald J. Trump Announces Eleventh Wave of United States Attorney Nominees

Issued on: February 16, 2018
If confirmed, Nicola T. Hanna will serve as the United States Attorney for the Central District of California.
Mr. Hanna is currently the interim U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California. Prior to this position, he was a partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, where he specialized in white-collar criminal matters and complex commercial litigation. Mr. Hanna previously served as an Assistant United States Attorney in Los Angeles from 1990 to 1995, where he prosecuted major drug trafficking and money laundering organizations, as well as violent and economic crimes. From 1995 to 1998, Mr. Hanna served as an Assistant United States Attorney in San Diego, where he focused on investigating and prosecuting international drug cartels. Mr. Hanna earned his B.A. from the University of California, San Diego, and his J.D., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University(Jesuit). Mr. Hanna is a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-eleventh-wave-united-states-attorney-nominees/

" President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Personnel to Key Administration Posts

Issued on: February 8, 2018
Jonathan R. Cohen of California, to be Deputy Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations and Deputy Representative of the United States of America in the Security Council of the United Nations, with the Rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and Representative of the United States of America to the Sessions of the General Assembly of the United Nations, during his tenure of service as Deputy Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations.
Mr. Cohen, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister-Counselor, has served as an American diplomat since 1986. He is currently Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, a position he has held since 2016. He also served as Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq (2014-2016), Acting Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Paris, France (2013-2014), Minister Counselor for Political Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Paris (2011-2013) and Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Nicosia, Cyprus (2008-2011). He has served at Embassies or Consulates in Bangkok, Jerusalem, Vienna (OSCE), Stockholm, Ankara and Rome as well as in senior leadership positions at the Department of State. Mr. Cohen earned an A.B. at Princeton University. He also studied at Georgetown University(Jesuit) and at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. He speaks French, Swedish and Italian." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-intent-nominate-personnel-key-administration-posts-35/

"President Donald J. Trump Announces Key Additions to his Administration

Issued on: January 3, 2018
Marie Royce of California, to be an Assistant Secretary of State (Educational and Cultural Affairs).
Ms. Royce, a businesswoman and former professor, has been the CEO and Principal of Marie Royce, LLC in Fullerton, California since 2016. She has more than 30 years of experience in the private sector with Fortune 500 companies and as a small business owner, creating and launching start-ups and new initiatives and serving as a key business liaison to 80 countries. As a former educator and full-time university professor, Ms. Royce led an international grant program between two universities. She is a private sector appointee on the Advisory Committee on International Communications and Information Policy (ACICIP) at the Department of State and has served on two U.S. Cultural Exchange Boards. She served as an American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) delegate to Hungary & Poland. Ms. Royce earned a B.S. and B.A. at California State Polytechnic University and an M.B.A. at Georgetown University(Jesuit). She speaks Spanish." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-key-additions-administration-26/

"President Donald J. Trump Announces Ninth Wave of Judicial Nominees and Tenth Wave of United States Attorney Nominees

Issued on: December 20, 2017
If confirmed, Jill A. Otake of Hawaii will serve as a District Judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii.
Jill Otake currently serves as an Assistant United States Attorney and as the Acting Chief of the Special Crime Section in the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Hawaii. Prior to joining the office three years ago, she spent nine years as an Assistant United States Attorney and Supervisor in the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington. While living in Washington, she was Co-President of the Asian Bar Association of Washington. Before becoming an Assistant United States Attorney, she spent five years as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in King County, Washington. A native of Hawaii, Ms. Otake served as a law clerk to Associate Justice Simeon R. Acoba, Jr., of the Supreme Court of Hawaii. Ms. Otake earned her B.S., cum laude, from Georgetown University(Jesuit) and her J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law, where she was inducted into the Order of the Barristers." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-ninth-wave-judicial-nominees-tenth-wave-united-states-attorney-nominees/



"President Donald J. Trump Announces Eighth Wave of Judicial Candidates

Issued on: September 28, 2017
If confirmed, Daniel D. Domenico of Colorado will serve as a District Judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado.
Dan Domenico currently serves as managing partner of Kittredge LLC. From 2006 to 2015, Mr. Domenico served as the Solicitor General of Colorado, where he oversaw major litigation for the State and represented governors from both political parties. During his time as Solicitor General, he argued in State and Federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court, and received the Supreme Court Best Brief Award from the National Association of Attorneys General. At the time of his appointment, he was the youngest state solicitor general in the country, and his nine years of service made him the longest serving solicitor general in Colorado history. He has also served as an adjunct professor of natural resources and advanced constitutional law at the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law. Earlier in his career, Mr. Domenico was a law clerk to Judge Timothy M. Tymkovich of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and an associate at Hogan & Hartson LLP. A native of Boulder, he earned his B.A., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University(Jesuit) and his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was inducted into the Order of the Coif and served as an editor of the Virginia Law Review." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-eighth-wave-judicial-candidates/


"President Donald J. Trump Announces Key Additions to his Administration

Issued on: September 15, 2017
Peter B. Robb of Vermont to be General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board for a term of four years.
Mr. Robb currently works as the director of labor and employment at the law firm Downs Rachlin and Marin. Prior to that, Mr. Robb served as special labor counsel to Proskauer Rose from 1985 – 1995. He also served as chief counsel to Member Robert Hunter on the National Labor Relations Board. Mr. Robb earned his B.A. in economics from Georgetown University(Jesuit) and his J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law. Mr. Robb currently resides in Vermont with his family. " https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-key-additions-administration-8/


"President Donald J. Trump Announces Key Additions to his Administration

Issued on: July 10, 2017
Robert P. Kadlec of New York to be Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services for Preparedness and Response.
Currently, Dr. Kadlec is the Deputy Staff Director for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Previously, he served as a Special Assistant to the President for Biodefense Policy for President George W. Bush. Dr. Kadlec holds a B.S. from the U.S. Air Force Academy; a M.D. from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, and a M.A. in National Security Studies, Georgetown University(Jesuit)." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-key-additions-administration-9/

"Robert E. Lighthizer

United States Trade Representative

Robert E. Lighthizer was sworn in as the 18th United States Trade Representative (USTR) on May 15, 2017.
An experienced trade negotiator and litigator, Ambassador Lighthizer brings a history of tough U.S. trade enforcement and a record of standing up for American workers, farmers, manufacturers, and businesses.
At the time he was chosen by President Trump to serve as USTR, Ambassador Lighthizer was a partner at the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP (Skadden), where he practiced international trade law for over 30 years. His work there on behalf of American workers and businesses in the heavy manufacturing, agricultural, high-tech, and financial services industries opened markets to U.S. exports and defended U.S. industries from unfair trade practices. He was lead counsel for scores of trade enforcement cases and was a well-known advocate for the type of “America First” trade policies supported by President Trump.
Before joining Skadden, Ambassador Lighthizer served as Deputy USTR for President Ronald Reagan. During his tenure, Ambassador Lighthizer negotiated over two dozen bilateral international agreements, including agreements on steel, automobiles, and agricultural products. As Deputy USTR, he also served as Vice Chairman of the Board of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation.
Prior to becoming Deputy USTR, Ambassador Lighthizer was Chief of Staff of the United States Senate Committee on Finance for Chairman Bob Dole. In this position, he was a key player in enacting the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981, which was the most significant tax reform in decades, as well as the other basic elements of the Reagan economic program.
Ambassador Lighthizer earned a Bachelor’s degree at Georgetown University(Jesuit) and his Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center. He is a native of Ashtabula, Ohio and has two children." https://www.whitehouse.gov/people/robert-lighthize

"President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Key Administration Posts

Issued on: March 16, 2017
Kenneth P. Rapuano of Virginia will serve as an Assistant Secretary of Defense, Homeland Defense and Global Security. Mr. Rapuano has a long career in national security and homeland security affairs in the private, public and academic sectors. He currently serves as Senior Vice President and Director of the Studies and Analysis Group at the ANSER Corporation, and previously led the Homeland Security Studies and Analysis Institute. Mr. Rapuano served as White House Deputy Homeland Security Advisor from 2004-2006, has served in numerous roles with the departments of Energy and Defense, and has deployed numerous times on Active Duty, Reserves Duty with the United States Marine Corps and as a civilian with the U.S. Department of Defense." https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-intent-nominate-key-administration-posts-2/
" Mr. Rapuano is a Distinguished Research Fellow at the National Defense University’s Center for the Study of WMD, a member of the Pacific Northwest National Lab’s National Security Advisory Committee, and the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate Advisory Group. He has also served on the DHS Quadrennial Homeland Security Review Advisory Committee, and DHS Science and Technology Advisory Committee.Mr. Rapuano received a bachelor's degree in Political Science from Middlebury College, and a master's degree in National Security Studies from Georgetown University(Jesuit)." https://wmdcenter.ndu.edu/Media/Biographies/Bio-View/Article/637764/kenneth-p-rapuano/


"President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Key Administration Posts

Issued on: March 14, 2017
David Malpass of New York will serve as Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs.
Mr. Malpass returns to the Treasury after an extensive career in government and international finance. He served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Developing Nations in the Reagan Administration and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the George H. W. Bush Administration. Mr. Malpass was also a Senior Tax Analyst on the Senate Budget Committee during the preparations for the 1986 Tax Act and Republican Staff Director of Congress’s Joint Economic Committee. He was founder of Encima Global, an economic research firm. Mr. Malpass served as Senior Economic Advisor for President Trump’s campaign. He has appeared in the media as a commentator and columnist on issues focusing on growth policies, the Federal Reserve, tax reform, and international monetary policy. Mr. Malpass holds a BA from Colorado College and an MBA from University of Denver, and studied international economics at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service(Jesuit). " https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-announces-intent-nominate-key-administration-posts/

"White House National Economic Council Director Announces Senior Staff Appointments

ECONOMY & JOBS
Issued on: February 27, 2017
DJ Gribbin will serve as Special Assistant to the President for Infrastructure Policy.
Gribbin previously headed government advisory for Macquarie Capital, a role in which he led advisory teams structuring public-private partnership transactions for governmental clients. He has also worked for Koch Industries and HDR helping clients develop innovative ways to deliver infrastructure. Gribbin has served as the Chief Counsel for the Federal Highway Administration and the General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Transportation. He holds a B.A. and J.D. from Georgetown University(Jesuit) and is a member of the Virginia Bar and licensed broker dealer, holding Series 7, 24, and 63 licenses.
Ashley Hickey Marquis will serve as Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Chief of Staff.
Marquis was previously Vice President for Strategic Communications at the Glover Park Group, where she executed complex integrated communications campaigns and reputation management for leading national and global corporations across a range of industries. She was formerly Policy Director and Chief of Staff at (RED), a division of the campaigning and advocacy organization, ONE. Marquis served in Oval Office Operations at the White House under President George W. Bush and as Special Assistant to President Bush during his post-presidency. She holds a B.A. in government from Georgetown University(Jesuit) and an M.S. from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism." https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/white-house-national-economic-council-director-announces-senior-staff-appointments/

"White House National Security Advisor Announces NSC Senior Staff Appointments

NATIONAL SECURITY & DEFENSE
Issued on: February 2, 2017
David Cattler will serve as Deputy Assistant to the President for Regional Affairs.
In this capacity, he will oversee and coordinate the NSC(National Security Council) staff’s regional senior directors and global security policy development and evaluation. Prior to his service at the NSC, Cattler served for more than 20 years in leadership positions in the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense. He most recently served as the National Intelligence Manager for the Near East and he earlier held national and defense intelligence leadership roles and served as the Principal Deputy National Intelligence Officer for Military Issues within the National Intelligence Council, the Joint Staff’s Deputy Director for Intelligence, and the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency’s counterterrorism center. A 1993 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, he was commissioned as a surface warfare officer and served in operations, combat systems, and engineering positions in two Aegis cruisers. He was awarded the Joint Distinguished Civilian Service Medal for service in the Joint Staff. He also holds a Master of Policy Management degree from Georgetown University(Jesuit)." https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/white-house-national-security-advisor-announces-nsc-senior-staff-appointments/

to be continued
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2019.06.24 18:11 daprice82 Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Jul. 9, 2001

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
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  • You never get a second chance to make a first impression, and the first impression of the new WCW was downright awful, to the point that everything is now being reevaluated. Dave calls this WWF vs. WCW storyline "the most important angle in the history of the business" and it kicked off last week on Raw with a Booker T vs. Buff Bagwell main event under the "WCW" banner and holy shit it was bad. Bagwell was terrible and Booker T wasn't much better. The crowd loudly chanted "boring" and "this match sucks" and "Goldberg!" through the whole thing while booing both wrestlers. A large portion of the crowd was streaming towards the exits as the show went on. Fans booed Shane McMahon. They booed the new lighting and look of WCW (which, as of now, is still expected to take over the Raw time slot, but after this fiasco, who knows). Austin and Angle, the top heels in WWF, got a massive face pop for their run-in and attack on Booker T. Dave thinks WWF fans spent too many years seeing WCW as the real life enemy of their fake pro wrestling world and WWF fans simply aren't ready to embrace WCW Raw. They've had months to plan this but the whole thing felt thrown together.
WATCH: Buff Bagwell vs. Booker T - WCW Raw, 2001
  • Dave notes that former ECW announcer Joey Styles was previously in talks to be the new WCW announcer but those talks fell through over money shortly before Raw and so WWF scrambled and brought in Scott Hudson to do the commentary gig on Raw. Hudson has already started a new full-time job outside of wrestling and told WWF he couldn't accept the announcing position full-time but was willing to come in for the first few shows since they were in a jam and needed someone ASAP for Raw. Hudson's broadcast partner was supposed to be.....Jerry Lawler. Both sides had agreed for Lawler to return, but then it somehow fell through. According to Lawler, he and Hudson were supposed to be be revealed as the new WCW commentary team and Lawler's wife Stacy Carter would accompany him to ringside. But after the agreement was made, Lawler claims WWF called him the next day and said Vince McMahon wanted to make it clear that they still weren't bringing Stacy back other than this one time, agreed-upon appearance. At that point, Lawler pulled out of the deal. WWF's story is a bit different, saying they had an agreement with Lawler to come in and then he tried to change things and force them to hire Stacy back also and there's a lot of heat on Lawler for the deal falling apart. So anyway, with literally no one else available on short notice, that's how Scott Hudson and Arn Anderson ended up doing commentary for the disastrous Raw main event. Anderson, despite being a great talker, has no experience calling wrestling matches and considering how bad the match was and how much the crowd was rejecting it, the announcing came off bad. Hudson impressed a lot of people backstage with his enthusiasm and his eagerness to do a good job and he was the only bright spot of the whole mess. Beyond that, this entire thing was just a disaster.
  • As for future WCW plans, there's still consideration of bringing in Mike Tenay for the announcing spot. Former WCW referees Nick Patrick, Charles Robinson, and Billy Silverman were all hired (Patrick debuted on Raw). Several former WCW stars were backstage but have yet to debut on TV (Chavo Guerrero Jr., Shane Helms, Shawn Stasiak, Mark Jindrak, Chris Kanyon and Billy Kidman among others). Unless this flop of a match changes things, the plan is still for the Monday show to become WCW Raw within the next few weeks (the flop of a match indeed changes things).
READ: Raw is WCW: The most awkward match ever - WWE.com
  • WWF's annual business report is out and it's interesting. Despite WWF's monumental success, the latest quarter numbers for 2001 made it the first money-losing quarter for WWF since 1997 and it was also the biggest losing quarter in WWF history. All of this is due to the massive losses from the XFL. WWF lost $20.4 million for the quarter. Dave goes into more boring financial details. Live event numbers, merch numbers, home video numbers, etc. All-told, the XFL lost almost $94 million during its one season of existence. Half of that was eaten by NBC, but still. So yeah, the XFL tanked their profits for the year, but the wrestling numbers are still strong. In fact, even factoring in the XFL numbers, the WWF still had a total profit of almost $16 million on the year, which is still double the profit margin of any of the Hulk Hogan-era 1980s golden years. They also talked about plans to operate WCW as a separate full-time touring brand and how that's expected to increase income next year, along with 4-7 additional WCW branded PPVs (with the first one scheduled for October) and so on and so forth. Of course, we know how that all turns out.
  • During a conference call with investors during the business report, Linda McMahon said some interesting things. She talked about Smackdown planning to run live shows on Thursday later this year (rather than taping it on Tuesdays). She also said that by going live, it will prevent internet sites from posting the results ahead of time and claimed that was the reason for the decline of Smackdown's ratings. Dave argues that websites have been posting Smackdown spoilers since day 1, it's not a new phenomenon and it doesn't explain the very sudden drop in ratings that just started recently.
  • A really interesting note from the report is just how much WWF paid for WCW. There's no exact numbers, but it appears WWF bought the company for a shockingly low price. During the dying days of WCW, Bischoff and Fusient had offered $48.3 million, while Jerry Jarrett and some investors he was working with offered $25 million. Both Bischoff and Jarrett pulled their offers when AOL/Time Warner made the decision to cancel WCW television. At that point, WCW wasn't worth anything to anybody except Vince McMahon. In the end, McMahon appears to have bought WCW for somewhere around $4.5 million, which is incomprehensible for a company that was once worth hundreds of millions. Dave thinks that just the tape library alone would be a steal at $4.5 million, not even counting the name and trademarks, the wrestler contracts, etc. that came with it. The actual price WWF paid for WCW is less than the 2 years Goldberg has left on his contract. Dave is flabbergasted that they got it this cheap and says it looks like AOL/Time Warner practically gave the company away just to hurry up and get it off their hands. (If I remember correctly, the actual deal was WWF paid $2.5 million in cash and also agreed to spend another $2 million to buy advertising on Turner networks, which is where the $4.5 total comes from).
  • InDemand PPV announced that it has signed an agreement with UFC which will see UFC return to PPV for the first time (from a cable provider) since 1997 (the shows have still been available for those with DirecTV satellites but that's only a fraction of the PPV audience compared to cable). This news is the biggest thing for UFC since Zuffa bought them and greatly increases the number of homes that can now order UFC PPVs. Dave talks about how successful UFC was on PPV before they were banned, so this is huge for them. The first new PPV is scheduled to be the Sept. show, which they're already planning to promote as the "rebirth" of UFC. Speaking of, Dave also reviews the latest UFC 32 show.
  • OVW held its latest big show called "Last Dance." It was the final event ever at the Louisville Gardens, which is closing or something I guess. Several WWF stars were scheduled to be part of it but a couple of them had to pull out. Mick Foley had to back out to go to England to do commentary for a new TNN show called Robot Wars: Extreme Warriors, while Kurt Angle had to pull out due to injury. Kane, and DDP went in their places. The original main event of Undertaker vs. Leviathan was changed to UndertakeKane vs. Leviathan/DDP. OVW champion Flash Flannigan beat Chris Jericho to retain the title and "prove to Jim Ross that he deserves a WWF contract" in storyline. Big Show and Mark Henry teamed up to beat Prototype and Mr. Black. Randy Orton beat Rico Constantino. Orton had his father Bob Orton in his corner. Brock Lesnar teamed with Brian Keck (since Shelton Benjamin is injured) and they defeated Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko. Dave thinks this is a sign of how much things have changed. Even though it's their developmental territory, there's no chance in hell just a few years ago that WWF would have let a genuine star like Chris Jericho lose to the local talent at an indie show.
WATCH: Flash Flannigan vs. Chris Jericho - OVW 2001
WATCH: UndertakeKane vs. Leviathan/DDP - OVW 2001
  • Various Mexico notes: Konnan returned to Mexico to work a show for the first time since his WCW contract expired and drew a pretty big crowd to a show in Tijuana. AAA head Antonio Pena complained to athletic commission members and even the state Secretary of the Interior to try to keep Konnan from being allowed to wrestle. Dave talks about how those 2 have a longstanding hatred of each other, a total Vince McMahon/Bret Hart-type of relationship (but more petty) where neither of them can seem to let go of their dumb past beef with each other. Anyway, Norman Smiley also returned to Mexico because his WCW deal just expired as well. He went under his old Black Magic gimmick. And Dave mentions offhandedly that the 2 biggest draws in Mexico right now are El Hijo del Santo and La Parka.
  • Dave reviews the Keiji Muto vs. Genichiro Tenryu match from a couple weeks ago. It's the match where Muto, an NJPW star, won the AJPW Triple Crown title. People called it the best match of the year. Dave doesn't quite go that far but it was close. Tenryu is 51 and held his own but Muto (in his 40s) was the star of the show. It's not so much his moves or athleticism but more about knowing how to work the crowd, how to switch gears when it's time, his selling, his body language, etc. Dave thinks every young wrestler needs to watch this match to see how Muto is able to get so much more out of doing so much less. Dave thinks it will still win MOTY in Japan because of the historic nature of it. Muto being handed the 3 belts of the AJPW Triple Crown was one of those historic scenes that will probably be replayed for years to come and the reaction from the fans was incredible. Dave gives it 4.5 stars. The plan was for Muto to drop the title back to Kawada later this month, but AJPW seems to be second-guessing that now because Muto's win got over so strong. So he may hold the title for awhile (yeah he holds it for the rest of 2001 before losing it to Kawada in 2002, only for Kawada to have to vacate it due to a knee injury a month later).
WATCH: Keiji Muto vs. Genichiro Tenryu - AJPW 2001
  • All of the women's promotions in Japan are interested in bringing in Chyna. She's actually kind of a big star there because the woman vs. man gimmick is a real big novelty in Japan. So her winning the IC title or being in the Royal Rumble...that stuff always got big coverage in Japan, for more than most WWF stuff does. Either way, Chyna is having to sit out the rest of her WWF contract so she won't be available until December and it's thought that she'll probably want more money than most of those companies can afford (she ends up working a dozen matches or so for NJPW in 2002 but that's it).
  • Ric Flair still has 20 months left on his Time Warner contract. His attitude right now is essentially, if things work out and he's able to get back into wrestling, cool. And if not, he's satisfied and he's had a great career (lol no. Flair will be in WWF before the end of this year).
  • Sports Illustrated had an article about Wahoo McDaniel, covering his wrestling and football careers and talking about how he's in need of a kidney transplant and things like that. He talked about the money he made in wrestling and football and how wrestling was tougher than anything he did on the football field.
  • Various other notes: Superstar Billy Graham is suffering from Hepatitis C which has slowed him down on writing his autobiography that he's been talking about for years. Bobby Heenan is also working on an autobiography and Dave thinks that if Bobby can write stories as hilariously as he can tell them, it should be a classic (it came out in 2002 but I never read it so I don't how good it is). And finally, remember that story last week about wrestler Jack Evans in Canada getting injured on a hurricanrana gone wrong by Nattie Neidhart? Turns out that was a work, he was fine.
  • Remember Dusty Rhodes is running his own promotion in GA called Turnbuckle Championship Wrestling? Well he is. Anyway, this week's show was headlined by Dusty (age 55) vs. Larry Zybyszko (age 47). Dusty's youngest son Cody made his debut as a referee on this show (Cody was still a teenager in high school at this time and sadly, I can't find video of this).
  • Hollie Adkisson, the 16-year-old daughter of Kerry Von Erich, will be a contestant in the Miss Teen Texas beauty pageant. She regularly speaks at schools and other events about drug use, openly talking about how it led to the death of her father and uncles. She's also the first member of the Von Erich family to admit publicly that David Von Erich died of a drug overdose, which they've always tried to hide and attribute to other causes even though nobody really ever bought it (Hollie never got involved in wrestling but Kerry's other daughter Lacey spent some time in TNA a few years later).
  • Chris Benoit underwent neck surgery last week in San Antonio by the same surgeon who operated on Steve Austin. The surgery was more extensive than first thought. Benoit will be out of action until at least January or February. Benoit felt great coming out of the surgery, saying he felt no pain and had full flexibility of his arm again. They removed two damaged discs from Benoit's neck and replaced them with a piece of bone taken from his pelvic area. And in the most depressing sentence I've ever read, Dave writes that, at least Benoit "will get to spend time at home watching his son grow up" while he recovers. Ugh. Anyway, they had a segment on Sunday Night Heat talking about the surgery and his wife Nancy was shown with Benoit as he talked about the injury. They blamed it on Steve Austin at King of the Ring for storyline purposes but in reality, the injury was an accumulation of years of doing diving headbutts and shit like that. Harley Race, who popularized that move, has been telling Benoit for years to stop doing it because of the damage he did to his own neck. On TV, they said Benoit won't be able to return for a year, but word is that's just the kayfabe timeline so that his sooner return will be more of a surprise (nope. He really did miss an entire year).
WATCH: Surgery update on Chris Benoit - 2001
  • Kurt Angle is banged up but his test results for everything came back negative so he's just resting up for a bit but should be back in the ring soon. He does have a meniscus tear in his knee and will eventually need arthroscopic surgery but he's just working through it for now. Steve Austin, on the other hand, may be out a little longer. His back is in rough shape and he's been in a lot of pain.
  • Rob Van Dam has officially signed with WWF. He hasn't completed his physical yet so he isn't licensed to wrestle yet but that should be taken care of soon and he should debut in the next couple of weeks. Tommy Dreamer hasn't signed yet but is expected to by the time you read this (well shit, it's 2019, I should hope so...).
  • Notes from Raw: Kane, Undertaker, and even Taker's wife Sara all beat up on DDP, continuing the utter burial of him since the day he showed up. Torrie Wilson and Vince kept trying to find places to make out during the show but kept getting interrupted and Dave thinks it got creepier by the segment. The backstage interaction with Kurt Angle and Steve Austin was, once again, hilarious. And then, of course, the huge flop of the WCW main event.
  • A lot of WCW wrestlers were brought in every day last week to Stamford to train in WWF rings, which are larger and have different ropes than the WCW rings they're all used to (we'll hear more on these training sessions in just a moment...).
  • Dave musings on the most recent episodes of OVW TV he's seen: Rico Constantino is main roster ready and most in WWF agree. But he's pushing 40 so his age works against him and he's also small by WWF standards. Being small isn't an automatic killer in WWF like it used to but you usually have to be a hell of a talent to overcome it (Angle, Benoit, Guerrero, etc.) and while Rico's ready for the big stage, he's not that good. Leviathan is growing his hair out which makes him look more like a generic bodybuilder rather than the demon gimmick he's supposed to be.
  • Lots of interesting dynamics going on in the WWF locker room lately. As you might expect, a lot of the WCW guys are still seen as outsiders and there's some hard feelings going on. It's said that a lot of the younger WCW guys in particular have no grasp of locker room etiquette or how to conduct themselves and walk round acting cocky. Buff Bagwell in particular already had lots of enemies and a bad reputation before he even arrived. Bagwell was one of the ones brought to Stamford to train in the new rings and he was late to every single session and also arrived late for a house show in Spokane, which was his first match in the company (the disastrous Raw match the next night was his 2nd, and turns out to be his last). Bagwell also got into an altercation with Shane Helms during one of the training sessions. The 2 got into an argument and Bagwell slapped Helms, who responded by throwing a water bottle at Bagwell and blasting him in the face with it, which left Bagwell bleeding and requiring stitches. Dave says WCW had a reputation for having no discipline or consequences for misbehavior, but that shit don't fly in WWF (yeah, Bagwell finds that out pretty quick). There was also heat on Booker T because they felt he didn't protect Austin during his run-in at the PPV where he threw Austin over the table, which caused Austin to injure his hand. And also because Booker didn't wait at gorilla to check on Austin after the match, instead leaving the arena without talking to him (Booker has spoken about this since and it was pretty much just a misunderstanding).
  • On the show Extra this week, they had the woman who does make-up for Playboy and she claimed her best work ever was with Chyna. Then, as an example of how good this make-up artist allegedly is, they showed a pic of Chyna in Playboy next to a "before" picture of her from 1998, before she had all the facial surgery and lost the muscle mass. Dave thinks that's a pretty unfair, shitty, and mean-spirited comparison.
  • David Flair signed a developmental deal and will start in OVW making $500 per week which is a whole lot less than he was making in WCW.
WEDNESDAY: WCW plans scrapped, ECW joins the Invasion angle, more Jerry LawleWWF news, Buff Bagwell fired, and more...
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2019.06.07 14:36 PetiteJupiter8 Firestorm: Re-book Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Final Year - Part 1

Looking back on it, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin’s final year in WWE was extremely underwhelming. Naturally, one would’ve expected much more from the last year of the in-ring career of one of the biggest names in the history of the WWF/E, a year where (in reality) Austin only had 14 matches in total - two of which were against Eric Bischoff! Personal issues, no-shows to RAW, and huge clashes with creatives all contributed to Stone Cold’s career ending with a whimper, rather than the bang it deserved.
Here’s how I think the last year of Steve Austin’s career should’ve gone. I hope you enjoy!
Wrestlemania X-8
Results of note:
Build up to Backlash
The night after Wrestlemania X-8, Linda McMahon announces the brand split, as happened in reality. Vince McMahon and Ric Flair argue about it but then spend the rest of the show trying to convince various superstars to join them on a particular show. RAW ends with Austin coming to the ring and having a promo in which Vince and Flair try to convince him to go to their respective shows. He says that “if Stone Cold Steve Austin is in such high demand, then I’m happy to keep you couple of sum’bitches waiting” and goes to leave the ring. Vince tries to makes him stay and make a decision and receives a Stunner for it. Austin turns up on Smackdown as well to do a promo, but says that he’s still considering his options.
The following week, Austin opens RAW. He gives a lengthy promo in which he says, after a week’s worth of thinking over a crate full of beers, he is choosing RAW. The crowd give a massive pop, and Ric Flair comes out. He declares himself the GM of RAW, and announces a 4 man tournament to decide the number 1 contender for Triple H’s Undisputed championship at the upcoming Backlash PPV. Austin is the first name announced for the tournament, and Flair announces that he will go up against Kevin Nash.
The following week on RAW, in the other semi-final of the four man tournament, The Undertaker beats Rob Van Dam convincingly, setting up a match the following week with either Austin or Nash. Kevin Nash is seen during a backstage interview before his match, alongside Scott Hall. They admit that things with the nWo have changed a lot since Wrestlemania but that they have a feeling things are starting to look up, “now that turn-coat has been drafted to Smackdown” - referring to Hulk Hogan. The Austin-Nash match main events the show, and is won by Austin, despite interference from Scott Hall. At the end of the match, as RAW ends, the two remaining member sof the nWo are left walking up the entrance ramp licking their wounds, as Austin celebrates in the ring.
On the next week’s episode of RAW, Austin and The Undertaker give backstage interviews before their match later in the evening, in which both men (in their own way) claim to be the face the RAW brand and the WWE deserve as champion. The tournament final is the main event of RAW. The match goes back-and-forth, with both men able to show off some of their signature moves. As the match reaches its conclusion, Austin appears to be rallying, having kicked out of a hellacious Chokeslam. The Undertaker takes hit after hit, and the crowd can feel that a Stunner is mere moments away. Suddenly, the nWo’s music hits and Scott Hall starts sauntering down the entrance ramp. As Hall gets to ringside, the ref is distracted and tries to eject him. When he refuses to go, Austin heads outside the ring to grab a chair. As he does, and turns round to start walking towards Hall, he is blindsided by Kevin Nash, who throws him back into the ring. This allows The Undertaker to hit a Tombstone Piledriver, and pick up the victory.
On the go-home episode of RAW before Backlash, Austin comes to the ring and gives a lengthy promo about how pissed off he is at the nWo, calling both Hall and Nash out. They don’t answer, but Ric Flair does. The GM of RAW says he can completely understand Austin’s anger, and that he’ll get the perfect opportunity for revenge at Backlash when he’ll take on Kevin Nash.
Backlash PPV
Austin comes to the ring first, and simply stares down his opponent as he makes his way to the ring accompanied by Scott Hall. On commentary, Lawler starts putting over the nWo, saying that the numbers game will surely get the best of Austin. JR says that the Texas Rattlesnake is smart, and that he’s dealt with these two before and won. He doesn’t see tonight as being any different. The match goes slightly longer than Austin’s Wrestlemania match with Hall, who does his best to run interference and distract the ref, but is ultimately won after Nash is hit by a Stunner.
The same evening, The Undertaker beats Triple H to the surprise of many in attendance, with The Game having only won the title a month ago.
Build up to Judgement Day
Austin comes out and gives a promo on RAW after Backlash, saying he feels he can put the nWo behind him and staking a claim to The Undertaker’s title. Towards the end of the promo, just as Austin says “And that’s the bottom line…”, he is interrupted on the titantron by Hall and Nash. They claim that “things are just getting started between us Steve. You hurt our pride last night, so… we decided to hurt yours….” and the camera pans to his truck. Panicked, Austin leaves the ring and rushes to the parking lot. There, he finds his truck spray painted with huge black and white letters spelling “nWo”.
The following week Austin storms into Flair’s office saying he can’t find Hall or Nash and that he wants them both for what they did to his truck. Flair says that he’s been informed that Hall and Nash haven’t shown up to RAW, but acquiesces and says that he’ll set up a Tag match for the following week. All Austin has to do is find a partner. The rest of the evening there are funny backstage segments littered throughout the show in which various members of the roster approach Austin about being his partner. In the end, Austin chooses Bradshaw.
The following weekend, at the Insurrextion PPV in the UK, Tajiri waits in the ring ready to defend his Cruiserweight championship in a rematch against Billy Kidman. However, the nWo’s music hits. Nash and Hall drag out Kidman’s beat up body to the top of the ramp and commentary say that neither of them qualify as cruiserweights! They instead point to the curtain at the top of the ramp, and X-Pac appears - re-debuting as part of the nWo and dressed in black and white. After an entertaining match, X-Pac delivers an X-Factor to Tajiri to win the Cruiserweight Championship.
The following week on RAW, we see backstage segments in which Austin is looking for Brashaw. He eventually finds him beat up backstage, with a black “nWo” spray painted on his torso. He goes to Flair and explains what his opponents have done to his partner, to which Flair says that he’ll make sure he finds him a replacement. Later in the show, Austin stands across from Hall and Nash, waiting for his replacement to appear. “WEEEELLLLL…. WELL IT’S THE BIG SHOW!” Austin smiles at the nWo as the 7 footer makes his way to the ring. The match is an entertaining one, with the heels seemingly always on the back foot. As the match comes to a close, Big Show and Austin are in the ring together, with Austin having just hit Nash with a Stunner. As Big Show goes to give Hall a Chokeslam he suddenly releases his grip and wraps his hand around Austin’s throat instead. After a massive Chokeslam, Hall too-sweets Big Show, cementing the giant’s heel turn, and he stands over a prone Austin alongside Hall and Nash as the nWo’s theme music plays.
The next week, Austin again goes into Flair’s office and starts throwing things around, claiming that Flair screwed him. Flair apologies, saying he wasn’t to know that Big Show would do that, and sets up a match between the two of them for Judgement Day. Flair makes himself special guest referee, so that he can ensure that “justice gets done”, before winking at Austin.
Judgement Day
Flair makes his way to the ring in an elaborately decorated referee’s outfit, followed by Big Show making his way to the ring to the nWo’s music. When Austin’s music hits, the Texas Rattlesnake charges to the ring, starting to brawl with Big Show straight from the off. Big Show’s size and power makes him hard to wear down, but little by little Austin manges it. Austin goes for a pin and flair starts a fast count which is only just kicked out of in time. Big Show subsequently knocked Austin down and starts berating Flair, only for Austin to give him the finger and continue brawling after he turned round. As the match reaches its finale, Austin is finally able to hit a Stunner on his much larger adversary. 1...2...What? Flair stopped counting! The crowd boo and Austin gets up, cornering Flair. Flair gives Austin the middle finger, before the Texas Rattlesnake is turned round by Big Show and Chokeslammed into the mat. Flair fast counts and Big Show wins. As the newly turned heels stand in the ring, Flair takes off his referee’s top to reveal an nWo t-shirt underneath. The pair leave the ring, leaving Austin stirring in the ring.
The same night, The Undertaker successfully defended his Undisputed championship against Hulk Hogan, and Hall and Nash defeated Billy and Chuck to become the new Tag Team champions.
Build up to King of the Ring
The build-up to the King of the Ring PPV is dominated by the nWo’s takeover of RAW, with Flair coming out in full support of them, and with Austin seeking to get revenge on them. Mostly this is done in backstage segments and promos.
Notably, Austin qualifies for the King of the King PPV after qualifying matches on RAW and interferes in a match between Big Show and Rob Van Dam, ensuring that RVD heads to the King of the Ring PPV and not the nWo member. As revenge, Flair sets up a gauntlet match between Austin and the four main roster members of the nWo, with the stipulation that if Austin loses then he loses his place at the PPV. Austin fights valiantly, putting away an enthusiastic X-Pac in less than a minute, but gets worn down by Hall and Nash. After managing to put both of the Tag Team champions away , Big Show makes his way to the ring and starts toying with a much weakened Austin. After nearly half an hour in the ring, Big Show hits a Chokeslam and pins Austin, robbing him off his place at the King of the Ring finals. To rub salt in the wounds, Ric Flair appears on the ramp at the end of the match and announces that Austin will in fact be at King of the Ring, but in a handicap match against himself and The Big Show.
The following week, on the go-home episode of RAW before King of the Ring, the nWo make their way to the ring and give a promo on how Austin is so beat up he couldn’t make it to RAW. They say that if he is foolish enough to turn up at King of the Ring, then they’ll put him on the shelf for good. They lay into the crowd, saying that for too long they and Austin thought they ran RAW. Now, it’s the nWo who run RAW, and that the time has not yet come to show their full hand yet. As the promo ends, commentary question as to what that might mean, “for us and for Austin!”
King of the Ring
Ric Flair and The Big Show make their way to the ring and stand cockily waiting for Austin, with it not 100% certain whether he would be able to turn up or not. After an uncomfortably long wait, the glass smashes, the music plays, and Steve Austin makes his way to the ring. The match is one in which the nWo decide the pace. Big Show starts in the ring to wear Austin down, and Flair gets in only when he thinks Austin is incapacitated enough. Flair’s cockiness eventually gets the better of him, when Austin starts to rally and stops him being able to tag in his much bigger partner. It appears Austin might pin Flair, after delivering a Stunner, but Big Show breaks it up and ends up tagging himself in. The match turns again, but Austin is able to wear the bigger man down, evading some of the moves that had got him in their previous match. Eventually, with Flair having been accidentally laid out by his own partner, Austin hits a Stunner on Big Show and picks up the pinfall against the odds.
The same evening, Triple H regained the Undisputed title from The Undertaker in a 2-out-of-3 falls match, and Brock Lesnar wins the King of the Ring tournament.
Build up to Vengeance
The night after King of the Ring, Flair and the rest of the nWo are in the ring giving a promo. They say that, despite the loss last night, they have plans in place to rid themselves of the perennial thorn-in-their-side, Steve Austin. Austin comes out to the top of the ramp and accuses the nWo “of being full of nothing but crap”. The nWo warn him they aren’t bluffing, and that he should get busy making friends this week, “because by the end of next week, you’ll need all the help you can get.” Commentary put over the nWo as a brotherhood of like-minded individuals, pitted against Austin - a man who notoriously doesn’t get along with many people.
The next week, at the start of RAW, Flair announces that Austin and a tag partner of his choosing will go up against Nash, Hall, Big Show and X-Pac in a 4-on-2 handicap match. “And if Austin can’t find anyone to join him, then… well… that’s just bad luck for him I guess”. The crowd boo, and we see Austin throughout the remainder of the show looking for people that will be his partner. We also see the nWo intimidating people into not being his partner. Part way through the show we see Austin on the phone to someone, who seems to agree to turn up and help him. Commentary speculate on who it might be.
The handicap tag match is the main event, and the four members of the nWo swagger down to the ring and soak up the boos. Austin comes out next to a loud pop, and waits at ringside for his opponent to arrive, taunting his opponents by listening to his watch. Suddenly, very familiar music plays: “Time to play the game…. TIME TO PLAY THE GAME!!!!” Triple H, the Undisputed champion, makes his way out to a huge pop from the crowd. The match begins and Austin and Triple H start strongly, both hitting their signature offense. Commentary stress that Austin and Triple H had a historic rivalry, but also history as a successful Tag Team too. Hall and Nash, the Tag Team champions, are able to take the advantage of the match, but Austin and Triple H refuse to lose - with Austin taking the majority of the hits. Austin tags Triple H in and it appears he and Austin are heading for an unlikely win. Triple H hits a Spinebuster on Hall and tags Austin in, telling him to clear out the remaining members on the apron. He goes to do so, but they jump down evading him. As Austin turns round he gets a kick in the gut from Triple H, who delivers a Pedigree to his tag team partner. They crowd start booing the house down. Hall delivers a Razor’s Edge to Austin and covers him, picking up the pinfall. Immediately after the bell, the nWo start laying into the Texas Rattlesnake. JR insists that someone has to come out to help Austin, whilst Lawler said that Triple H being part of the nWo is them finally showing their hand. Austin is laid out and is left unmoving in the ring after being hit with a Pedigree on a chair. The nWo, now at its full power, wielding all but the Intercontinental and European titles, stand victorious looking at Austin in the ring and smiling as RAW closes.
We don’t Austin in the rest of the build-up to Vengeance. We do, however, see a lot of the nWo. They’re winning matches, giving promos, and Triple H announces himself as the head of this new incarnation of the biggest faction in wrestling history, cementing his own heel turn. He tells the audience that there are three letters that connect everyone in the nWo: WCW. That Austin was the one who made a mockery of WCW, the place which helped to establish him as the so-called badass he is, during the Invasion storyline, so it only made sense that he was one to go after and take out to show the world just what WCW’s legacy truly was. The various members of the nWo go after other ex-WCW guys, like Eddie Guerrero and Chris Jericho, trying to get them to side with the nWo, and beating them badly when they refused. Together, under Triple H’s leadership and with Ric Flair as GM, the nWo start to take a stranglehold on RAW. On Smackdown, The Rock wins an opportunity to take on Triple H for the Undisputed title at Vengeance.
Vengeance
The match between The Rock and Triple H main events the show. Towards the end of the match, Triple H just manages to kick out of a Rock Bottom. Frustrated, The Rock tries to lock in a Sharpshooter on The Game, but he kicks The Brahma Bull into the referee, who goes down. Triple H delivers The Rock a low-blow, and starts to set him up for a Pedigree. Suddenly, the crowd starts to shout, and we see a figure running through the crowd and over the ringside barricade. “It’s Stone Cold!”, shouts JR. He runs into the ring, gives Triple H a Stone Cold Stunner and talks smack in his face before fleeing the ring the way he came. In that time, both The Rock and the referee are stirring, and Rock covers the champion. 1….2….3! “The Rock has become champion and Steve Austin has his revenge!”, exclaims JR.
The same night, Big Show beat Jeff Hardy for the Intercontinental Championship.
What will be the fall-out from Vengeance? What will Triple H and the rest of the nWo do? Will Austin get the last laugh? Find out in Part 2...
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2019.05.20 18:03 daprice82 Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Apr. 16, 2001

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
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  • Some numbers are starting to trickle in for Wrestlemania 17 and hoooooly shit. No exact numbers for PPV buys yet but it's estimated to be around a million, which would make it the biggest buyrate for a wrestling PPV ever. If that number holds up, it would mean around $40 million (split between WWF and the PPV providers). Huge merch numbers, $3.5 million gate, etc. Basically, WM17 was the biggest money making event in the history of pro wrestling by a long shot.
  • NJPW held a show at the 45,000-seat Osaka Dome and drew around 20,000 people, the smallest dome show crowd in NJPW history. It was built around some sort of angle where NJPW is feuding with its founder, Antonio Inoki. Dave says NJPW is a mess right now and have seemingly given up on their own successful style and seem to be doing a mix of WWF-style wrestling and PRIDE-style MMA. Dave says both of those takes away from match quality, which has always been NJPW's strong suit, and the company is struggling because of it. This show was presented like a U.S.-style TV taping (it aired live on TV) headlined by a bunch of worked-shoot style matches. Airing on live TV messed things up since they never bothered to coordinate when the commercials were going to air. So fans missed the end of the Jushin Liger match, which was never replayed and then during the first ever Riki Choshu vs. Toshiaki Kawada dream match, they cut to commercial as soon as the match started (better known today as The Raw Formula™). Then they did the same thing during other matches. Fans blew up the phones at TV-Asahi with complaints. Because yeah, cutting to commercials in the middle of matches SUCKS. Anyway, Kazuyuki Fujita won the IWGP title from Scott Norton. Fujita had the original IWGP belt with him (the one Inoki gave him last month at the PRIDE show) and the match was a worked shoot match under "PRIDE rules." The gimmick is that Fujita (Inoki's protege) was there to take NJPW's world title. Fujita, a legit MMA fighter with real wins over big names in PRIDE now holds the original 80s IWGP belt and the current NJPW one and will be challenging for the PRIDE title soon and basically, the idea is to create this legit champion who merges the belts and dominates the worlds of MMA and wrestling. The Shinya Hashimoto vs. Kensuke Sasaki match was also under "PRIDE rules" and the NJPW fans just didn't get it. Worked shoot matches generally suck and with no pinfall endings, these matches just sorta got stopped by referees and fizzled out and it all made for a really bad show.
  • HHG Corp., the parent company of ECW, officially filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy this week. All told, ECW has almost $9 million in debt, with another $1.3 mil in assets. Those debts don't include potential money that may be owed stemming from 13 different pending lawsuits, including the much publicized Mass Transit case. The biggest debt is to Heyman's own family, which is owed $3.8 million. Heyman himself has also declared personal bankruptcy in the wake of ECW's demise, since he pretty much invested every penny of his own money into the company as well. Other large debts are $1 million owed to video game company Acclaim, $300,000 to FarmClub, $250,000 to a toy maker company, $150,000 to InDemand PPV, and more. A few of those companies owe ECW some money but not nearly as much as they owe them. InDemand PPV actually owes ECW $800,000 which makes them the only company that owes ECW more money than ECW owes them. Another big source of the debt is money they owe to various television stations that they had syndication deals with ($244,000 to MSG Cable in New York for example), money owed to several wrestlers, ad agencies, print shops, security companies, arenas, radio stations, lighting and production companies, lawyers, accounting firms, hospitals, travel expenses...you name it and ECW probably owes them something.
  • Most surprisingly, ECW owes the WWF some money. For years, WWF and ECW have had a friendly relationship but both sides always denied rumors of WWF helping to fund them. Obviously there was some assistance there, because the bankruptcy filings show that ECW owes WWF almost $600,000 on two loans taken out in recent months, as it seems Heyman apparently accepted Vince's money as a last ditch effort to survive. ECW listed its tape library as being valued at $500,000. Since ECW obviously can't repay WWF what they owe, Dave expects ECW to give WWF its tape library and future rights to them to settle the debt. The tape library isn't valuable to any of the other creditors (for instance, FarmClub isn't interested in the ECW footage) but WWF would surely be interested. But the courts will have to sort all that out. At one point, WWF apparently had interest in buying ECW, but their massive debt seems to have kept them from ever doing so.
  • As far as former ECW wrestlers who are owed money: RVD is owed $150K. Tommy Dreamer is owed $100K. Joey Styles is owed $50K. Rhino is owed $50K. Shane Douglas is owed $48K. Francine is owed $9K. Tajiri is owed $5K. Super Crazy is owed $5K. Victor Quinones, who works as Tajiri and Super Crazy's business manager, is owed $12K. And unknown amounts are also owed to Sinister Minister and New Jack. The filing claims that ECW does not owe any money to Sabu or Steve Corino, both of whom left ECW on really bad terms with Heyman. Anyway, any money ECW receives from here on out, from selling assets or moneys owed by InDemand and other royalties, will go towards paying off all the people who are owed.
  • Yet another wrestling company appears to be biting the dust. Power Pro Wrestling in Memphis was informed by their TV network that they were no longer going to be funding live studio tapings, which is primarily where all of PPW's money comes from. Wrestling on WMC channel 5 in Memphis has been a huge ratings draw since the 70s and they were the only local TV station in the country still paying for local weekly wrestling programming. And even though PPW was still doing good ratings locally, WMC has decided they no longer want to keep paying for it. While different companies have held the time slot over the years, it's always been a handful of the same people running those companies. The death of Power Pro is arguably the death of the last real surviving "territory." Dave recaps the history of wrestling on this channel, from the peak of the 80s and the rise of Jerry Lawler, the formation of USWA, the messy death of USWA, and formation of PPW in 1998 to now. The last 3 years for PPW have been eventful, with a bunch of issues with Lawler leading to the formation of a competing local company on a different channel (Memphis Championship Wrestling) and then those 2 later coming together to work an inter-promotional angle. Then WWF pulling their developmental deal from them when Lawler quit WWF hurt them. But anyway, without the local TV deal, it's unknown how or if PPW will continue to operate. (They don't. This is the end of the road for Power Pro. That's 3 American promotions dead within the first four months of 2001.)
  • More controversy over WWF's adult content has caused them to lose another major advertiser this week and they also got smacked down by the Canadian Broadcast Standards group. The Canadian group ruled that TSN was responsible for airing warning advisories and things like that and it led to TSN editing a lot of stuff off this week's Raw. The angle at the end of Raw with Austin and Triple H beating Lita down with chairshots was heavily edited, with them showing several minutes of crowd shots while the beating went on. Sky Sports in the UK is expected to edit that out when the show airs later this week also (yeah if you've never seen that angle, it's brutal). Meanwhile, Pep Boys pulled their advertising from Smackdown due to pressure from the PTC. MSNBC aired a Brian Williams special doing the same "is this appropriate for kids?" angle that everyone else uses, showing a lot of the most controversial clips and talking about how women are degraded. A lot of this controversy stems from McMahon's recent Bob Costas interview, which caught the WWF a lot of flak and the whole Trish-barking-like-a-dog angle, which doesn't play well with people in the real world. Costas was interviewed and talked about Vince's behavior during the interview and dismissed it, saying Vince is a showman and you can't take his antics like that seriously.
WATCH: Triple H and Steve Austin beat the absolute shit out of Lita and the Hardyz with chairs
  • Good news for the XFL! This week's NBC game (the final game of the regular season) drew a 1.7 rating which was NOT the all time lowest rated program in the history of the big 4 television networks. It was the SECOND lowest. So....progress? Then again, the UPN game did a 0.6 rating. UPN isn't one of the big 4 networks, but Dave says a 0.6 is still the lowest network rating he's ever seen.
  • Interesting note from the poll results. The question is what was the best match from WM17. And the winner, with almost 32% of the vote....Benoit vs. Angle. Which, yeah, that was a great match but the one that everyone remembers is the TLC match and that only got 15% of the vote. Rock/Austin is also remembered way more these days. Weird how time changes perspectives like that. Also, when asked the greatest WM match of all time, Savage/Steamboat is still the winner in this poll. Although it only beat Austin/Bret by less than 1% of the vote.
  • AAA wrestler Charly Manson was seriously injured during a ladder match. He was pushed off the ladder and was supposed to go through tables outside the ring, but it just sorta went wrong and he missed. He landed on his head on the concrete and also managed to break his femur bone. After hitting his head, he suffered a severe concussion and word is he nearly died. He was hospitalized and ended up needing blood transfusions and word is it was a horrifying spot (I did have a video of this when I first wrote this up months ago, but the Youtube channel has since been deleted).
  • Juventud Guerrera has quit CMLL. He had a lot of heat there from guys who felt like he came in with a big superstar attitude coming off his years in WCW. Guerrera also was said to have an issue with not wanting to do jobs and basically just wasn't welcomed in the CMLL locker room. When he was booked to be in a low undercard match on a recent CMLL show, he simply quit the company instead.
  • There's talk that Riki Choshu may be replaced as the booker of NJPW. He's been the guy booking things since the early 90s and was the brain behind the last decade of NJPW's huge successes. But the company has clearly been on a decline for the last year, due to a failure to create new stars that connected with fans and a lot of questionable decisions in the overall direction of the company (not yet, he holds on to the job for another year, most of which he spends fighting with Inoki over the direction of NJPW).
  • Antonio Inoki finally admitted this week that there won't be a Mike Tyson match against Naoya Ogawa, making it sound as if the deal had fallen apart (of course, in reality, there was never a deal to begin with). If you recall, several weeks back, Inoki announced that Tyson had agreed to the match, which forced Tyson's manager to put out a statement basically saying, "We've never spoken to these people and have no idea what this old carny is talking about."
  • NJPW isn't interested in spending big money to bring in any of the big name U.S. stars who are now looking for work since ECW and WCW folded. Basically, those guys all want too much money. Scott Hall is earning about $12,000-per-week and that's pretty much the max limit that NJPW is willing to spend.
  • Vampiro is attempting to get booked in Mexico. He was one of the guys let go by WCW and WWF didn't have any interest, so now he's looking to go back to where he first became a star.
  • Hulk Hogan is still in talks with Universal to try to get them onboard as a backer for a new wrestling promotion, but those talks have been off-and-on forever now, with no end in sight. Hogan's also interested in working with them on a Hulkster-themed restaurant.
  • Various other wrestling notes: Fusient is still interested in getting involved in wrestling, but without a TV deal, they don't seem to have any real plans. Meanwhile, Urban Pro Wrestling, which started up a few months ago, looks to already be folded.
  • All of WCW's old syndicated time slots for the old World Wide show are now available because WWF decided not to keep them. Nashville promoter Bert Prentice snatched up the time slot in Nashville and is now airing a new promotion called USA Championship Wrestling in the old WCW slot.
  • Superstar Billy Graham is working on an autobiography and Dave was able to read a sample chapter which was about his career in the 70s and Dave says it's really good and honest and he looks forward to the full book some day.
  • Dusty Rhodes wants to run a PPV in Charlotte in November, but his Turnbuckle Wrestling promotion doesn't have any TV coverage and draws almost no fans, so Dave's not sure how he's gonna pull that off.
  • There's been a proposal to set up a Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame and this week, a fundraiser for it was held in New York. Several city leaders were in attendance and talked of patterning it after the Boxing HOF. Killer Kowalski, George Steele, and others were in attendance as well. This idea has been discussed for awhile and in the past, both WCW and ECW had expressed support for it but, well....you know. Meanwhile, WWF hasn't expressed any support for it. Dave points out that WWF has their own Hall of Fame (as did WCW), but the inductions are so political rather than merit-based that no one takes it seriously.
  • On TV, they announced that Rock had been suspended. This was done to write him off TV for awhile so he can take acting lessons and work on filming the Scorpion King movie that he's starring in. If PPV buyrates go down, they may work out a way to bring him back for those shows, but otherwise, the plan is to keep him off TV until July or August. Dave doesn't know why they didn't just do an injury angle since that would at least make sense. In kayfabe, Linda McMahon should simply be able to overturn his suspension and bring him back and the fact that she hasn't is kind of a huge plot hole, but whatever.
  • The first WCW-brand taping was scheduled for next month in Trenton, NJ but it has been postponed. Now it looks like the first taping for the new WCW will take place in June. It's important for WWF to make sure they have everything in order and don't rush things because they only have one chance to relaunch WCW properly. The whole thing is still a work in progress, as they still don't have a roster established or office employees, referees, agents, announcers, etc. Tentative plans for WCW's first show are in September, but again, until they get the infrastructure set up and start doing TV tapings, that could and probably will change. The plan is to fill out the roster with some of the undercard WWF names as well, although not any of the major stars like Rock or Triple H, at least not yet. Kevin Dunn and Jim Ross are in charge of putting all this stuff together and deciding who to put in all those office and backstage roles.
  • As you recall, WWF only picked up 24 of WCW's stars, mostly all the lower-card guys, but there has been communication with some of the bigger name stars. WWF has spoken with Goldberg, Flair, DDP, Scott Steiner, Sting, and others in recent weeks, but so far, nothing is close to happening. Goldberg and Flair are unlikely because they're still collecting big WCW contracts that they don't want to give up. DDP is said to be on the fence. Steiner doesn't have the best reputation, but he won over some supporters at the final Nitro by working injured and putting over Booker T clean, so they're at least open to talking to him. Sting is in the same boat as the other guys, and isn't going to give up his big WCW contract. Booker T going to WWF is said to be almost a sure-thing so expect him soon. But that's about it right now.
  • There's been talk of Ric Flair getting involved in starting up an indie promotion in the Carolinas with David Crockett, but Dave ain't buying it. Flair's contract right now prevents him from appearing on any other wrestling event, even indies. And if he takes a buy out and gets out of that contract, he's 100% going to WWF, not slumming it with a local start-up indie. But Crockett is said to be putting together a plan to run shows in the area and he wants Flair involved somehow.
  • David Flair was given word that he will be getting a WWF developmental deal and will be sent to either OVW or MCW.
  • Now that WWF owns the name "World Championship Wrestling," the Turner company has opened up a new company called Universal Wrestling Corporation, which is basically just a front company in order to collect any money still owed, handle outstanding debts, settle any remaining business needs, etc. that WCW still had pending. Speaking of...
  • Former WCW wrestlers still under contract to TurneUWC have been told point blank that if they work any shows whatsoever, they will be immediately fired for breach of contract. Many of the wrestlers are upset by it, feeling they were misled in earlier contract negotiations. Many of the guys over the last year or so had their deals restructured with a lower guarantee, but with the promise of additional money from house shows. But of course, WCW soon after stopped doing house show entirely and now those guys who are still under those contracts can't work shows for anyone else either. On the other hand, some of the non-wrestlers are actually in a good position. Jimmy Hart, for example, is under contract until March of 2002 but his deal specifically allows him to work for other promotions and do indie dates because many of the non-wrestler contracts were written differently than the wrestlers. Gene Okerlund and Arn Anderson are believed to have similar deals.
  • In the Sonny Onoo racial discrimination lawsuit against WCW, the judge threw out Turner's motion to dismiss the case, so that is still ongoing. Dave says the case may have gotten a lot stronger now, because there's a lot of people who used to work in WCW's front offices who know a lot of dirt and who no longer have to worry about losing their jobs if they speak out since, well, they already lost them. Plus, a lot of those former office employees are very bitter and pissed about the way WCW ended and how they got laid off, because they were kept in the dark about everything up until the last minute. Most of them found out WCW was closing the same way all of us did: when the news broke on the internet. So those people all lost their jobs and a lot of them have axes to grind about it. Needless to say, Onoo's team likely won't have a problem finding disgruntled ex-WCW employees willing to help their case.
  • Ric Flair has finalized a deal to do an autobiography, which is expected to be at least partially ghostwritten by Mark Madden (Flair's book eventually comes out in 2004, under WWE. Mark Madden is listed as an editor on it).
  • Wrestlemania 18 is tentatively penciled in for Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, FL but that could easily change. There are a few other cities under consideration and they have to do site surveys and whatnot to make sure the location works for them.
  • Notes from Raw: Dave calls it "a middle age soap opera, billed as Raw Is War." He says that after only a month, it's already clear how the lack of competition is making WWF complacent. With Rock gone to film "Scorpion King," it's the perfect time to try to push new babyfaces to the top. And they did. In this case: the whole show was built around Jim Ross and Linda McMahon. Dave jokes that he actually misses all the horrible Lex Luger matches on Nitro he could have been watching instead of the Jim Ross show. They did a long video package "for that company they own that just lost $80 million dollars." He clarifies that he's talking about the XFL, not WCW. Man, Dave is just full of cheeky jokes this week. And it ended with Austin and Triple H destroying Lita with brutal chairshots. Dave is torn on this. On one hand, it was an incredible angle and the heat was off the charts, and as a fan, he loved it. But from a business perspective, after all the controversy they've gotten, especially from the Lionel Tate case, having the WWF's top star absolutely brutalizing a woman half his size with a chair is sure to be controversial, and in fact, in several international markets, it was cut from the broadcast (as mentioned previously, TSN in Canada showed a bunch of crowd shots instead).American Dragon (Daniel Bryan) and Jerry Lynn worked a dark match before the show that was said to be the best match of the entire night. Low Ki also worked a match for the Jakked taping and impressed people as well. At one point during the show, Funaki accidentally left the Japanese flag laying on the top of the stage after their match. It was still there later when Kane came out and his pyro caught the flag on fire. It just sat there on the stage burning for about 2 minutes before a crew member wandered over to extinguish it.
  • Notes from Smackdown tapings: Prototype (John Cena) worked a dark match against former WCW wrestler Crowbar. Jeff Hardy hit Stephanie McMahon with a twist of fate and then later in the show in the main event, he won the IC title from Triple H. Dave doesn't think the title change had been planned in advance, but the angle from Raw was so hot and the Hardyz are super over right now (Jeff especially) so they just went with it and decided to switch the title to Hardy.
WATCH: Jeff Hardy hits Stephanie McMahon with the twist of fate
WATCH: Jeff Hardy wins the IC title from Triple H
  • There's nothing new on the Shawn Michaels situation. His original role at Wrestlemania was supposed to have him interfere in the Triple H/Undertaker match, presumably costing Triple H the match and leading to a match with them. But whatever happened the week before put an end to that and right now, Shawn's name is simply a topic that no one is openly discussing.
  • When recapping this week's Smackdown, Dave offhandedly predicts that within another 18 months or so, Kurt Angle will probably be the best performer in the entire business. Spoiler: yup.
  • The XFL has announced new extra point rules just in time for the playoffs to start. After a touchdown, the team can put the ball on the 1-yard line for a 1 point play, the 5-yard line for a 2-point play, or the 10-yard line for a 3 point play. Dave thinks dumb ass rule changes like this right before the playoffs pretty much cements the XFL's reputation as a Mickey Mouse bullshit league and in the very unlikely event the XFL returns for a 2nd season, it'll probably be taken even less seriously than it already is. But Dave is clearly already writing an obituary for the XFL.
  • Speaking of, NBC is ready to bail on it. NBC is expected to wait until after the championship game before they make an announcement about whether they will broadcast a 2nd season. But those close to the situation say it's already decided, with one NBC executive calling the XFL "one of the biggest black eyes in NBC history." NBC has a 2-year contract with the WWF as partners in the league, but the sources said NBC is willing to go to court and fight it if they have to rather than air another season.
  • The XFL can't even do good things right. The San Francisco Demons team offered to help build a new locker room facility at Diablo Valley Junior College. That's where the XFL Demons team practices. The new building will cost $750,000 to build and the XFL planned to contribute $500,000 to it ("there goes the Summerslam gate," Dave quips). But the school's higher ups are hesitant to accept the money because they don't want to be associating with or accepting money from Vince McMahon, who, well, doesn't have the most upstanding reputation. So now there's a big debate over whether accepting the money from WWF, knowing the types of things they broadcast and the reputation they have, and whether it sends a good message to students. "Yes, it has come to this," Dave adds.
  • There are some wrestlers who are still under WCW contracts that are close to expiring (they work on 90-day cycles) and WWF isn't interested in them. Vampiro, Christopher Daniels, and Michael Modest were all informed this week that WWF is passing on them and when their WCW contracts expire soon, best of luck in their endeavors.
  • The Rock has been offered the lead role in a movie based on the Duke Nukem video game (that movie never happened, but as of 2019, they're still planning to make it and John Cena was recently rumored to be starring. Time is a flat circle).
  • WWF spoke with Pete Rose about making another appearance at Wrestlemania this year, but it didn't work out for some reason. But the plan was for him to hide in the crowd wearing a mask and then hit Kane with a garbage can during the hardcore match. Of course, it would have resulted in Rose being unmasked and tombstoned, as is tradition, but alas, it didn't happen this year.
  • OVW had a big show at the Louisville Gardens this week. Well....it was supposed to be a big show but it wasn't. Last time OVW held a show at that arena, they drew about 5,000 fans. Now to be fair, that show featured Steve Austin, Kane, The Hardyz, Lita, Benoit, and more. So....obviously, they packed the building. But the idea was OVW would bring in all these WWF stars, and the OVW guys would put on a strong show, and the next time, they would hopefully be able to draw a decent crowd on their own. Didn't work. As mentioned, the last show drew 5,000 fans. This show, without any WWF stars.....drew 150 paid. Dave thinks it's another sign of the business in decline. No matter how good the OVW guys are, without WWF star power, no one cares. Anyway, Dave runs down the results. Imagine a show with Batista, Shelton Benjamin, Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton, and more only drawing 150 people. Anyway, Dave thinks this Orton kid is gonna make it big because he's already pretty good and he's only 20. He also thinks Lesnar will probably do pretty well because he's shown a lot of improvement in a short amount of time already. Rico Constantino is ready right now and should already be in WWF, he's got great heel charisma. He also thinks they should hurry up and put Prototype in OVW and start doing something with him because he's got a ton of potential too. While they're at it, a lot of those young WCW stars they signed up probably would benefit from some developmental seasoning now so that when the new WCW show finally happens, they'll all have a little more experience within the WWF system.
  • Dave got his hands on a list for all the Wrestlemania numbers from the past 17 years, adjusted for inflation. When taking inflation into account, Wrestlemania 6 would be the biggest gate ever in North America, with this year's WM17 in second place, WM3 in third place, WM5, then WM4.
  • Whole bunch of letters this week. A ton of them about the Vince McMahon/Bob Costas interview and none of it good. Vince going on that show and acting a fool has pretty much made even the staunchest WWF fans have a hard time defending him.
  • Honky Tonk Man writes in to trash Jerry Lawler. Let's just read it, shall we?
Your Jerry Lawler interview was the most b.s. from one person I've ever heard. The nerve of this asshole to send Vince a letter begging for a job. Just where Vince wants him. After all the comments he made on television in the 80s about Vince and the WWF, he has gotten a free ride until now. I wish you would have called him out on all this b.s.
Wayne "Honky Tonk Man" Farris
WEDNESDAY: more on the death of Power Pro Wrestling, tons of details on WCW relaunch plans, Rock planning to leave wrestling for a movie career, and more...
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2019.05.15 17:59 daprice82 Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Apr. 2, 2001

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
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  • The WWF's purchase of WCW this week and the end of wrestling on Turner networks will no doubt change the entire landscape of the professional wrestling industry forever. The final episode of Nitro began this week with the surreal image of Vince McMahon addressing the audience. The final scene of Nitro was a music video promoting the Rock/Austin match at Wrestlemania. In between, a huge angle, simulcast on both Raw and Nitro, featured Shane McMahon "buying" WCW out from under his father. They made it clear that WCW will still be kept alive as a babyface company under Shane to feud with Vince. Nitro's final match saw Flair and Sting, WCW's 2 most enduring stars, doing one last shortened version of the match they have done a million times. And it ended with Sting beating Flair, because even to the bitter end, they never realized that Ric Flair was always the face of WCW, not Sting.
WATCH: the final WCW Nitro opens with Vince McMahon
WATCH: Sting vs. Ric Flair (the final match of WCW)
  • And that is the last time pro wrestling would ever appear on Turner netw.....wait, what? Today??
  • Dave talks about this being the biggest news week in the history of the business and not to mention, Wrestlemania 17 is coming up this week also, which is going to be one of the biggest money shows in history. While the sale of WCW is the big story, there are countless smaller stories stemming from all this. What becomes of WCW's big stars? Several of them are collecting huge paychecks and WWF isn't going to want to take over those contracts, which means several of WCW's biggest names are likely going to sit out for a long time and continue collecting on contracts that Turner still has to honor. What becomes of the wrestling boom? It exploded a few years ago due to the ratings war, but ever since it became so lopsided in WWF's favor, the business has clearly been declining. A worked version of the WWF vs. WCW war will probably do big business for awhile but when that's over, then what?
  • In one prescient paragraph, Dave talks about the history of failed inter-promotional angles due to egos getting in the way. Specifically, he uses the JCP/UWF angle from 1987, when Crockett bought UWF with the idea of doing a big inter-promotional angle. But instead, Crockett couldn't help itself and they booked all the UWF guys like jobbers and the whole thing fizzled out, with Sting becoming the only breakout UWF star to go on to have success in the new company. I can't possibly imagine Vince McMahon would do the same thing though.......right? Anyway, Dave has some advice for WWF: the war is over. It's time to make money. Vince has nothing to prove by showing the fans who was "better" because he now owns both companies. It's imperative not to bury WCW if this is going to have any chance of working (lol).
  • The TV situation is particularly interesting. As mentioned, the business is clearly in a downturn. Last year, WCW was on the market to be sold for $600 million and there was never even a consideration that they would lose their TV deal. At the same time, WWF was securing a huge TV deal with Viacom. There were more TV networks that wanted wrestling than there was wrestling. But a lot changed in a year. Turner cancelled WCW and Fusient couldn't find another network that would carry it. ECW was kicked off TNN and they couldn't find another network either. The bloom is off the rose and TV networks are no longer as interested in wrestling as they were a year ago. Not only is that why ECW and now WCW are dead, but that means it's going to be that much harder for any new company to come along and fill that void on a national level. Bottom line: one man now has a monopoly on American professional wrestling and that's bad for the business as a whole.
  • The word is WWF and WCW reopened negotiations for Vince to buy WCW back in late-February. That's interesting because, at the time, there was no indication that Turner planned on cancelling WCW programming. But the last time WWF and WCW were in negotiations last year, that deal fell apart because Viacom wouldn't allow WWF to air their programming on Turner. So the fact that they started negotiating again back in February means that obviously somebody knew weeks before it was announced that WCW's television was going to be cancelled, otherwise, there was no reason for WWF to come back to the table. The WWF side was apparently told weeks ago that the Fusient deal wasn't going to happen, even though Fusient was still working on finalizing the sale with the belief that everything was still a go. Once the TV cancellation was announced and Fusient officially pulled out of the negotiations, WWF finalized their deal within days, at what is believed to have been a fire sale price. No terms of the sale were announced, but that info will eventually come out in the company's stock filings.
  • WWF has purchased the name and trademarks owned by WCW, the videotape library, and the contracts of 24 of the lower-paid wrestlers. Time Warner is still on the hook to fulfill the remaining contracts as well as dealing with any of WCW's outstanding lawsuits and bills. Vince and Linda McMahon have both spoken in the past of launching a 24-hour wrestling channel, which would make extensive use of the WWF and WCW libraries, and presumably the ECW library as well, depending on their deal with Paul Heyman and whatever becomes of the ECW library.
  • As for WCW airing as a separate brand on TV, that's the ultimate plan. But they now have to get a TV deal for this new WCW show. WWF and TNN have discussed it but have been unable to come to an agreement for a good time slot. As of now, the new WCW weekly show will air on TNN on Saturday nights from 11pm-1am, which obviously isn't ideal. No start date has been set yet, but at the final Nitro, Shane McMahon told WCW wrestlers that they hope to be on the air within 6-8 weeks. Dave thinks they should have scrapped Sunday Night Heat and put WCW in that time slot, since it's prime time on MTV and it's not like Heat is important anyway. Obviously the TNN time slot isn't great, but it's the best that TNN would agree to, and Vince has been trying to spin it as a positive, joking that it's his way of going head-to-head with Saturday Night Live as revenge for Lorne Michaels' comments about the XFL.
  • There's no long-term plans for the new WCW yet. They'll likely tape the show on Wednesday nights. There's no plans for house shows or PPVs under the WCW name as of yet either but if/when they are able to rebuild WCW enough, that would eventually be the plan. There's no plans for WCW stars to appear on WWF TV for now, because they want to keep them separate, although Dave expects some WWF stars to "jump ship" to WCW. But he's worried that the WWF guys would immediately become the top "WCW" stars, thus making the existing WCW talent look like the B-team (yuuuup). And of course, once WCW is rebuilt, this would ultimately lead to a WCW vs. WWF angle. Dave examines all the difficulties in trying to rebuild WCW, especially with a shitty TV time slot. Curiosity will get people to tune in at first, but the XFL proved how fast curiosity can fade if the product sucks. Not to mention, since WWF isn't buying the contracts of the top stars, the new WCW will be mostly minor guys. There have been no decisions yet regarding announcers, bookers, agents, writers, etc. Word is things don't look good for Ed Ferrara getting rehired, which was probably a given considering how he and Russo walked out on WWF in the first place. Doesn't look like they want Tony Schiavone either.
  • Dave has a list of WCW wrestlers and where they stand. Many of the wrestlers who were signed were the low-level guys who were already on 90-day cycles in their contracts. When those cycles end, WWF is expected to evaluate who they want to keep and renegotiate deals with them. Of the names WWF is highest on, Billy Kidman and Shane Helms are said to be near the top of the list. Mike Awesome and Lance Storm will probably be kept as well. Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire have the look that WWF likes and will probably be kept. Stacy Keibler is money and will be kept. And Dave expects some of the others to be sent to developmental.
  • Then there's all the names that WWF appears to have no interest in. Vince McMahon told people backstage that he planned to publicly mention certain names on TV (Jarrett, Luger, Bagwell, and Animal in particular) that were going to be fired and he pretty much did exactly that on Raw that night. Over in WCW, Jarrett had no idea if Vince's firing him on TV was a work or a shoot (turned out to be a shoot, inasmuch as Vince didn't pick up his contract). Luger and Bagwell basically buried themselves with their behavior in the last few weeks of WCW, and it wasn't like WWF was going to take Luger back anyway. There's no interest in Rick Steiner because he's 40, boring, not a good talker, and most of all, he's unprofessional and has repeatedly hurt people in the ring by taking liberties (Konnan just last week for instance), and WWF wants no part of that. Jim Duggan, Bam Bam Bigelow, Stevie Ray, Animal...all too old. Jeff Jarrett is obviously paying the price for holding up Vince for a large sum of money 2 years ago on his last night in WWF. Dustin Rhodes didn't leave WWF on good terms and the story Vince told on Raw about Rhodes wanting to get real breast implants for the Goldust character is actually true, as it was something he suggested and was turned down shortly before leaving. Bagwell's name got a surprising amount of cheers when Vince mentioned him on Raw, so they may change their mind and bring him in, but he's perceived to have a terrible attitude. Sid Vicious left on bed terms last time and at 41 with a severely broken leg, they don't have interest in him either. Kronik is a copy of the APA and both members have, in the past, left on relatively bad terms with WWF. But they have friends in high places (Undertaker) and still might get a chance (yup). Vampiro has had tryouts in WWF in the past and they weren't interested, and he didn't get glowing praise from others who have worked with him in the past.
  • Who else we got? Kevin Nash has 10 months remaining on a huge contract that pays him more than $1.6 million per year and he'd be stupid to accept a buyout from Turner, so Dave doesn't expect him in. Plus, he has a bad reputation and WWF doesn't want to upset locker room morale right now. 10 months from now, who knows? Things could change (yup). Scott Steiner's repeated unprofessional behavior in WCW has soured WWF officials on him, although he was professional and put over Booker T clean as a sheet on the final Nitro, obviously in an attempt to try and be seen as a team player by WWF. And he got a huge response when Vince said his name on Raw, so he may still get a chance (eventually, yes). WWF is also not interested in Rey Mysterio, which surprised a lot of people and when word of that got out, several wrestlers approached Vince and went to bat for him. Needless to say, Mysterio is well-liked by everyone and is a star and Dave is befuddled why WWF wouldn't want him, aside from the fact that he's small. Konnan is also on the no-interest list, which isn't a surprise. When the Radicalz all left last year, Konnan was going to jump with them but WWF wasn't interested then either. Same with Shane Douglas.
  • Lots of other names to consider also: Sting has a year left on a near $2 million-per-year deal and much like Nash, he ain't giving that up so don't expect to see him. Plus, he's 42, hasn't wrestled a full schedule in years, and is said to have somewhat of an ego. DDP is in his mid 40s and WWF actually is interested in him, but he also has a big WCW contract that he probably isn't going to want to give up to come in and make less in WWF. Friends have said he may take a year off to become a motivational speaker, which he has been talking about doing. WWF would likely sign both Alex Wright and Kanyon, but both have long-term contracts without a 90-day clause built in, which is why WWF didn't take them. And there's definite interest in Ric Flair, because they believe the "WCW" brand is basically synonymous with him (and he's been their most consistent ratings draw). At his age, he definitely shouldn't be a full time in-ring performer anymore, but as his promo on the final Nitro (which Dave says was better than nearly anyone else in the business can do on their best night) proves, Flair still has a lot to offer in an on-screen role. Booker T has a $750,000-per-year contract so WWF didn't pick him up either and it's unknown whether he'll take a buyout (Turner is basically offering to buy out these deals for .30 cents on the dollar). WWF is said to see a lot of potential in Booker T as a top star and they're really interested in him.
  • And finally......Goldberg. Obviously, there's some serious dream matches there with guys like Austin and Rock. But he has 2 and a half years left on a $2 million-per-year deal. Dave thinks, if given a monster push and put against WWF's top stars, it still might be worth it for WWF to sign him because they'd make their money back and then some with those dream matches. But the problem is, doing so would upset the WWF salary structure. No one in WWF is making $2 million per year guaranteed and if they bring Goldberg in with that salary, there's gonna be a lot of upset WWF wrestlers. Goldberg is also outspoken, doesn't like doing jobs (noting that the one time he did a job, it ended his undefeated streak and totally derailed his career) and he likes to do things his way. That sort of thing is generally frowned upon in WWF. Chances are, Vince is going to pass on Goldberg and, when his WCW contract expires in 2003, they'll reexamine things then. Think back to late-1998, when Goldberg was the hottest star in the business, undefeated streak world champion, and Dave says, who would have ever imagined that barely 2 years later, he'd pretty much be out of the business. But here we are.
  • And that's it for now. All of those paragraphs were just the lead story of this issue. We still have a ton more to get to. But first....
  • NBC's Dick Ebersol did an interview with the Washington Post and strongly hinted that the XFL would not be returning for a 2nd season, at least on NBC, despite the network's two-year commitment. The decision is expected to be made by the end of April but Ebersol said that ratings are going to have to do a huge turnaround if NBC is going to even consider doing a 2nd season. Later that week, Vince McMahon did an interview with the New York Times and kind of hinted at the same thing, saying, "If we have no network TV partner, we have no league." McMahon said they have had discussions with UPN about being the primary carrier for the XFL if NBC decides to pullout. But the UPN ratings for the games they air now have been abysmal so Dave doesn't see it. And the TNN games have been doing lower ratings than ECW and even Roller Jam used to do. NBC has a contract to do 2 seasons, but word is they're willing to break the contract and pay the penalty because it would be cheaper than funding a second failing XFL season. The past 5 weeks of XFL games have resulted in 5 of the top 8 lowest rated shows in the history of prime time television, and next week's game, going against the NCAA Final Four, is expected to break the all-time record low. Vince also admitted that the locker room camera idea was a failure and once again said that hiring Jesse Ventura to announce was a mistake. He also said Jim Ross won't be brought back if there's a 2nd season and promised that the XFL would no longer focus on sleaze and gimmicks to hype up the ratings. Vince still says he believes in the XFL but was realistic in recognizing that things definitely don't look very good right now.
  • PRIDE held its latest big event and it featured 2 of the biggest upsets in MMA history and a bunch of pro wrestling-style angles that Antonio Inoki put together. Kazushi Sakuraba lost to Wanderlei Silva in the main event in under 2 minutes which was seen as a huge upset to most fans, but a lot of insiders predicted it before the fight. Sakuraba suffered a tremendous beating and was hospitalized after. Dave talks about how big a draw Sakuraba is and how it's hard to build and market stars in a shoot sport because, in modern MMA, there's just too many styles and ways to lose for someone to stay unbeaten and dominant for too long, and the fighters are learning and getting better every year. Tra Telligman, filling in on almost no notice for Ken Shamrock, who was injured, defeated Igor Vovchanchyn (the #2 ranked heavyweight in the world) by unanimous decision in one of MMA's biggest upsets. And NJPW wrestler Tadao Yasuda, weight over 300 pounds at age 37 in his first ever MMA fight, beat former K-1 star Masaaki Satake in an even bigger upset.
  • And then there's Inoki, who currently has sort of a weird dual-role in both PRIDE and NJPW, where he helps book both promotions. Inoki came out during the show (getting the biggest reaction of anyone) and cut a promo and talked about doing an invasion of NJPW along with Kazuyuki Fujita and Shinya Hashimoto. The appearance of Hashimoto also got a huge pop from the PRIDE fans. Inoki had the original IWGP title belt from 1987 with him and gave it to Fujita, saying it's the "real" IWGP title to set up a match with current IWGP champ Scott Norton. He also had the old WWF World Martial Arts championship that Vince McMahon Sr. awarded to Inoki in 1978. Inoki announced he would be awarding that title and said it would be given to the winner of the Mark Coleman/Allan Goes fight later that night (Coleman won and Inoki presented him the belt after the match).
  • After the PRIDE review, there's another long ass recap of the latest RINGS show. Lots of MMA coverage in this issue if you're interested in that stuff.
  • And the result of the final ratings battle of the Monday Night Wars: Raw wins. Of course. Nitro did a stronger-than-normal rating, obviously based on the curiosity factor of it being the death of WCW. Meanwhile, Raw did basically the same average rating it always does. Overall, the head-to-head ratings for Raw vs. Nitro was the closest it's been since January of 2000. It's curious though because the end of Nitro (with the Shane/Vince simulcast promo) coincided with the end of the first hour of Raw. But when Nitro ended, most of those WCW viewers didn't bother switching over to Raw to see the continuation of literally the biggest angle in the history of professional wrestling. Instead, the second hour of Raw did about the same average rating it's been doing for months, and Dave doesn't think that's a great long-term sign. Bottom line, a lot of WCW fans (particularly the die-hards who somehow stuck around to the bitter end) were people who simply aren't WWF fans and they liked WCW because it was an alternative and now that WCW is dead, they simply have no interest in following WWF. And that's a wrap on the Monday night ratings battle.
  • Lots of online poll results in this issue, mostly about the death of WCW. One in particular is interesting, so let's see who the fans of 2001 blamed for WCW's death at the time:
Who would you rate as the person most responsible for the fall of WCW?
a) Eric Bischoff - 25.9%
b) Hulk Hogan - 21.8%
c) Kevin Nash - 13.4%
d) Vince Russo - 26.4%
e) Brad Siegel - 12.5%
  • Puerto Rican wrestler Invader I (real name Jose Gonzalez) turned 55 this week and Dave just wants to take a moment to remind everyone that this guy is still the top babyface in WWC even though he's the piece of shit who murdered Bruiser Brody and beat the case.
  • Antonio Inoki has been ignoring questions from the Japanese media about his claims a few weeks ago that Mike Tyson was coming in to work a match with Naoya Ogawa. Needless to say, that's because Inoki was full of shit and doesn't want to answer to it.
  • From the latest NJPW tapes Dave has seen, Scott Hall is looking ripped. Dave says he's more muscular than he's been since the early 90s during his Diamond Studd days. He also showed great charisma and sold like crazy for the Japanese wrestlers. He got over great and all the guys in NJPW love working with him (man, it's kind of a shame Hall didn't just stay in Japan during this time and finish out his career there. He was doing good work, was well-liked, and most importantly, seemed to be staying clean and out of trouble).
  • The Observer won a best wrestling newsletter award from some other publication. Dave notes that their website wrestlingobserver.com also won the award for best wrestling website of 2000, which Dave doesn't even agree with. He says up until December, before he was in full control of the site, he thought it was an embarrassment at how slow they were getting news posted. But that was due to some company they were working with. Dave also congratulates Bryan Alvarez for his Figure Four Weekly newsletter getting 2nd place (beating out the Pro Wrestling Torch).
  • Rob Van Dam recently filmed an episode of NBC's Spy TV (I can't find video of this). Hey, speaking of, since it doesn't matter anymore, Dave reveals that RVD was in serious negotiations with WCW recently to bring him in as a big surprise debut for the planned re-launch of the company. Bischoff was attempting to keep it quiet so as to not ruin the surprise and Dave has apparently known and also chose to keep it quiet for whatever reason. But since WCW is dead now, he spills the beans.
  • On the Power Pro Wrestling show in Memphis this week, they showed the classic concession stand brawl from 1979 featuring Jerry LawleBill Dundee vs. Moondog Spot/Wayne Ferris. Dave notes that match is what spawned FMW (Onita loved it) which in turn spawned ECW (Heyman copied a lot from FMW), and in term kinda spawned the whole "hardcore" genre. It can basically all be traced back to this 1979 Tupelo concession stand brawl match. On the show, they also talked about WWF recently pulling their developmental deal from PPW due to the Jerry Lawler association. Stacy Carter cut a promo crying saying she cost Lawler his job and offering to step aside so he could get his job back and PPW could get its developmental deal back. Dave thinks this is actually kind of ironic because the reality is, if Stacy really was willing to step aside and Lawler was willing to return to WWF without her, there's a good chance he really would be able to get his job and the PPW deal back.
WATCH: 1979 Tupelo Concession Stand Brawl
  • In UPW in California, Christopher Daniels recently lost a loser-leaves-town match to Samoa Joe. The reason Daniels lost the match is because he was expected to start soon with the new Bischoff-led WCW. But, well, that's obviously not happening now so....whoops. Dave thinks Daniels has just about the worst career luck. The same show featured a new WWF developmental signee named Nathan Jones. Several former ECW wrestlers also worked the show, with CW Anderson in particular putting over Prototype (John Cena).
  • Scott Hall's estranged ex-wife Dana Hall wrote an apology letter to Scott Hall which she sent out to various wrestling websites to apologize publicly for the things she has said about him in the media (watching their drama play out in public has been sad).
READ: Dana Hall's apology to Scott Hall
  • Dave has seen some demo footage from this MatRats.com project that some group is funding. It's basically a bunch of young wrestlers doing a bunch of high spots and they're all glammed up like Backstreet Boys and the goal is obviously to appeal to the female audience (the crowd is full of obviously paid teenage female fans who "whoooo!" at all the dreamy guys). Teddy Hart is the star of the show, along with Harry Smith (Davey Boy's son) and a bunch of other young Canadian indie guys. Mauro Ranallo, who does commentary for Stampede, does the commentary for this also and is excellent, probably better than any other announcer in the business aside from Jim Ross.
WATCH: Marky Starr vs. Jake Evans vs. Vince Hall (MatRats)
WATCH: Jack Evans vs. Marky Star vs. Harry Smith (MatRats)
  • Notes from the final WCW Monday Nitro: in fitting fashion, there were only about 1,000 paid fans because of a screw-up on WCW's part. The original plan was to make it a free show but about a week before the event, they decided to sell tickets instead and, with less than a week's notice, they didn't sell many. Ric Flair opened with an incredible promo about the history of WCW and Dave jokes that maybe WCW would still be in business if Flair was cutting promos this good every week. Several anti-WWF signs could be seen in the crowd during the opening segment, but security confiscated those real quick, and this whole thing is just surreal. Scott Steiner dropped the world title to Booker T in the opening match which was as good as could be expected since Steiner is working with a pinched nerve. Sting and Flair worked the main event even though Sting is still injured and hasn't wrestled since November. Dave thinks it was actually really cool of Sting to show up and do this match for the final show despite the fact that he is still injured and wasn't expecting to work again so soon. On the flip side, he finds it kinda fucked up that Kevin Nash and Goldberg couldn't be there. Goldberg is still recovering from surgery but you'd think he could have still made an appearance. And Nash is only off TV to sell the retirement angle from the February PPV, so no reason he couldn't have shown up either. As for Hogan, Dave understands why he wasn't there (he's still got a lawsuit pending against the company). Dave thinks Nitro should have ended with Flair winning the title again and fireworks going off. If WCW is going to die, it should have died with Ric Flair as the sentimental final champion. But alas. And then, of course, the show ended with the big Shane/Vince simulcast and a video plugging Wrestlemania.
  • And that, ladies and gentlemen.........is the official end of the Monday Night Wars. RIP WCW.
WATCH: Ric Flair's promo on the final WCW Nitro
WATCH: Nitro/Raw simulcast (full segment)
  • Backstage at Nitro, Buff Bagwell and Lex Luger were reportedly still acting like big timers and being cocky, saying that no matter how things turn out, they're both big time stars and are certain they'll have a job after this. (*cue Bad News Barrett*)
  • Rick Steiner's recent brutalizing of Konnan during a match wasn't the only instance. In the last couple of weeks, Rick has done the same to Vito and Lash Leroux and there's a belief that it wasn't entirely Rick going into business for himself. There's a lot of speculation that Steiner was being used to send a message or punish people by management. They've been on Leroux to lose weight and Vito apparently annoys some people. There's talk among the wrestlers that Rick was told to go out there and send a message to those guys but no one can prove it. As for Konnan, he definitely got the worst of it and after his match last week, several people in management apologized to him for Steiner's actions.
  • Disco Inferno did a radio interview and said he thinks the news of TNT and TBS cancelling WCW and the company being sold to WWF is all a work by Bischoff. Because of course he did.
  • Turns out Scott Steiner wasn't thrilled about losing the WCW title on the final Nitro. Two days prior to the show, this was posted on Steiner's personal website, spoiling the title change and threatening to shoot on Booker T during the match: "In protest of World Championship Wrestling's decision to have Scott Steiner lose to Booker T on the final WCW Monday Nitro, BigPoppaPump.com is temporarily closing its doors. Booker T has already signed a contract with WWF. Big Poppa Pump has not. WCW and the WWF cannot have the world heavyweight championship belt in the hands of someone who may or may not work for the new company. In other words, Big Poppa Pump will be handing over the belt to Booker T. Better Booker T than Hollywood Hogan! The best part of this whole situation is the fact that nobody controls Scott Steiner. Nobody. You know...maybe Big Poppa Pump will "forget" how the match is supposed to end. Fans of The Big Bad Booty Daddy should always remember who the true final World heavyweight champion of WCW is."
  • Don Callis revealed that he had been in secret talks with Bischoff and had been scheduled to debut with the new WCW. But then, of course, the deal fell through. I'm loving all the interesting scrapped plans that are coming out of this story. First RVD, now Don Callis. Really makes you wonder what could have been.
  • Nobody knows what is going to happen with WCW's international deals. There was talk of continuing to air re-runs of the WCW WorldWide show in syndication in the UK in order to keep those time slots, but nobody knows yet.
  • As of last week, the plan is still for Austin to turn heel at Wrestlemania and align himself with Vince McMahon, although the crowd reactions should have them second guessing it. Austin is clearly more over than Rock at the moment and Dave still seems to think turning Austin right now might be a bad idea.
  • A handful of full-time undercard WWF wrestlers are pretty upset about the gimmick battle royal happening at Wrestlemania. Those dozen or so undercard guys are being left off the show and therefore won't get a cut of the big Wrestlemania payday, but the company is bringing in a bunch of old legends for the battle royal who will be getting a cut. Needless to say, the full-timers who are missing out are annoyed.
  • Shawn Michaels was backstage at the Raw and Smackdown tapings this week and it looks like there's problems with him again. It's been rumored for weeks that Shawn will get involved in the Triple H/Undertaker match at Wrestlemania, in order to set up his in-ring return. But Michaels was backstage at Raw and was originally scheduled to appear, but was later cut from the show. So then they were gonna do it at Smackdown, but he ended up being cut from that show too, which was the last show before Wrestlemania. After his segment was cut, Michaels reportedly stormed out of the arena. That's all Dave knows at press time (we'll surely find out more in the coming weeks, but long story short, Shawn showed up wrecked on drugs yet again and passed out in Vince's office. It would be over a year before they'd bring him back again and by then, he had finally gotten clean).
  • Vince McMahon did an interview on the Howard Stern show this week. During the interview, Vince said when he passes the company on, it will be to Stephanie, Shane, and Shane's wife Marissa. He also talked about his multiple affairs in his past. They both bonded over their hatred of the PTC, since they have also gone after Stern. Vince also seemed remorseful about how he behaved during the Bob Costas interview, later saying he let his emotions get the better of him. Once again said he believes the XFL is going to have a 2nd season, again said hiring Jesse Ventura was a mistake, and admitted trashing the NFL to get publicity had been a mistake because the actual play wasn't good when the XFL started. Stern's co-hosts joked that it's still not good. They talked about the Owen Hart death and Vince once again talked about how WCW still does the same thing with Sting every week. Dave points out that Sting always has a secondary safety mechanism on his harness, which Owen's didn't have and also, Sting has only done it a few times in the last 2 years, not weekly. Also, WCW is dead 4 days after this interview, so what the fuck? (Took a bit of looking, but I found the audio of this interview on SoundCloud. Closest thing we'll probably ever have to a real Vince shoot interview. It's a fascinating listen and Dave leaves a lot out.)
LISTEN: Vince McMahon on the Howard Stern Show (Mar. 2001)
  • Oh yeah, Vince did another interview on a different radio show and NY Post reporter Phil Mushnick called in while Vince was on there and oooooh, boy! Mushnick did NOT come off good. Dave says Mushnick made some good points if you were to read them on paper, line-by-line. But listening to him, Mushnick made things personal and got so pissed at Vince that he came off just as bad as Vince did in the Costas interview. Mushnick's demeanor was totally out of line that he basically buried himself, Vince just sat back and listened. He asked if Vince still uses steroids, which Vince of course denied (Dave doesn't outright say that Vince is lying here, but he sure doesn't seem to buy it either). Vince admitted to using them when he was younger, when they were "legal" and then he and Mushnick bickered over the semantics of what "legal" means because technically, the ones Vince got from Dr. Zahorian back in those days certainly weren't legal. Mushnick also brought up the sexual abuse allegations of the early 90s, which Vince also dismissed, saying no charges were ever brought and then outright denied that it ever happened. Mushnick called bullshit and said years ago, Vince himself had told Mushnick that he knew about Mel Phillips behavior and had kept him employed after only scolding him to stop molesting ring boys (yeah it's been said by several people that Vince knew and turned a blind eye to it until he was forced to address it. Kinda interesting considering that exact same thing brought down Joe Paterno years later). Then they started on about all the usual WWF-is-too-risque complaints and Dave says Mushnick seemed to have an obvious vendetta against Vince which just made him look bad. Anyway, all of this leads to Dave recapping, in detail, the pedophilia and sexual abuse allegations of the early 90s and the lawsuits, bad publicity, the roles of Terry Garvin, Mel Phillips, and Pat Patterson, Vince's subsequent lawsuit against Mushnick and Geraldo Rivera who had both covered the story.
  • WWF has apparently had negotiations with Hulk Hogan about returning and at one point, they were very close to a deal, but it has recently fallen apart for whatever unknown reasons (give it a year).
  • Various WWF notes: Just Joe and Jason Sensation were released from their developmental deals. Undertaker needed 16 staples in his head following a chair shot from Triple H a couple weeks ago on Smackdown. The plan within WWF is to revive the ECW as a brand name for an angle, probably within the next week or so (not quite that soon, but yeah, close). And Jerry Lynn made his debut at a house show, beating Essa Rios in a great match.
  • Triple H did some out-of-character interviews this week also and had some interesting stuff to say. Called Shawn Michaels the best pure athlete in wrestling history but said we'll have to wait and see if he is still as good if he returns (this was before Shawn showed up drugged out and got the whole plan cancelled). Said he wishes last year's Wrestlemania match had been a 1-on-1 with him and Rock. Said he wishes he was in the WM main event this year because everyone wants to be, but was happy for Austin and Rock. Hopes Mick Foley doesn't come back because he likes Foley and wants him to have a long, healthy life and doesn't think it's worth the risk for him anymore. Praised Ric Flair but says he wishes he wouldn't wrestle anymore so he could remember him as he was. But said Flair still shows more passion for wrestling than anyone else in WCW and is still the most entertaining part of that company. Praised Paul Heyman's passion and knowledge for wrestling and said that's why so many people worked for him for so long without making any money, because talking to Heyman makes you excited about wrestling.

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2019.02.03 23:59 DenzRomanoff How WWE Should Have Booked: The Ruthless Aggression Era –No Way Out 2002

How WWE Should Have Booked: The Ruthless Aggression Era – No Way Out 2002
Vince McMahon in his office talking to Linda and various backstage agents. He says, and this is the first time this has been mentioned, that as part of the settlement, the injunction against the NWO has been lifted, however, he is confident they will not ruin the event. Arn Anderson, hidden at the back, calls him delusional and walks off, saying he’s going to call Flair, how is now out of hospital at home. Linda and Vince go into a separate room to talk after Linda questions why Vince would allow that.
The Dudley’s are prepping Spike for his title defence, reminding him to come back in one piece for their tag title defence later. Stacey is still condescending towards Spike. As he walks towards the entrance, he awkwardly bumps into Molly (because previous storylines are still acknowledged!) who tells him to ignore Stacey and wishes him luck. Hardcore Holly is behind her and reminds her how it all went down 2001, and to not trust a Dudley.
Spike Dudley © vs Tazz for the European Championship.
Both men shake hands as the match begins, Tazz using his strength to his advantage, he attempts an early Tazzmission only for spike to counter into a roll up. Spike works him in the corner and amazing superplexes Tazz for a near 2. More quick near falls from standard moves by both men follow. Spike ends it with a Dudley dog for a win.
Winner: Spike Dudley (retain)
Post-match Raven tells Tazz he should join him (Raven is starting his flock again) but refuses.
The unamericans are going over their game plans for their matches. Test will be at ringside ofr the tag match, Christian at ringside for Regal’s match and Storm at ringside for Test’s match. Test says he wants no help against Taker, which Regal questions. JR points out how Regal isn’t offering to be at ringside for any of their matches.
Billy, Chuck and Rico vs APA & mystery partner:
Before the match, Hurricane offers his services only to be laughed off by Farooq. As all 5 are in the ring it is revealed that Jacqueline is their partner (She teamed with them at some points if I remember). This is a short, frantic, match with Billy Gunn doing his standard super sell of the clothesline from hell. Jacqueline holding her own against Rico and Farooq taking on all 3 opponents only to be hit with a fame asser out of nowhere for the fall.
Winners: Billy, Chuck & Rico
Backstage, Jacqueline suggests they forget about this and get some drinks in. Bradshaw declares her an official member of the APA with her own APA t-shirt and key to their “office”
Camera pans to ringside as the NWO have arrived! They have purchased front row tickets at the box-office and due to the agreement cannot be thrown out, Jim Ross has his first kick off of the night over this. Backstage Austin is begged by Arn Anderson & other agents to not go out there until they do something. Linda tells Austin to be prepared.
Dudley Boyz w/Spike Dudley & Stacey Kiebler © vs Christian & Lance Storm w/Test for the world tag team titles.
Bubba Ray takes on Storm to begin with, Storm attempts to use his technical skills to his advantage only for Bubba to overpower him. Christian gets the tag and fair not much better, as the unamericans regroup outside behind Test. Test cheapshots D-Von to give his team the advantage going into a break. We return to Storm working D-Von down with a knee in the back stretching his arms. D-Von works his way back to get the hot tag to Bubba who cleans house. Test pulls Storm out of the ring to avoid a 3-D. Spike attempts to take on Test only to be thrown aside, which Stacey finds hilarious. D-Von runs towards Test and takes him out. Back in the ring Storm gets a near fall via roll up on Bubba. Bubba becomes isolated by Christian and Storm with regular tags, Bubba eventually gets back in the match and the Dudley’s set up a whatsup on Storm only for Test to push D-Von off the top rope into the referee, Spike pulls him down and attacks him, hits a Dudley Dog on Christian only to get a pump handle slam from a recovered Test. Test gets a 3-D and as they set up Storm for the same, Stacey trips Bubba! Christian restrains D-Von on the outside as Storm his a superkick on Bubba to win the belts as Stacey leaves with Test.
Winners: Lance Storm & Christian (New World Tag Team Champions)
Backstage Vince McMahon celebrates the win, Arn Anderson says Ric Flair wants to discuss the NOW with Vince, saying even though he is not in charge that he feel McMahon is out of his depth. McMahon says that with all due respect, he has this under control.
The Rock does a promo hyping up the challenge he faces, and tells the NWO they know what to do tonight, just “just bring it”.
Rob Van Dam vs DDP
DDP cheap shots RVD before the bell to gain the advantage, RVD battles back, rolling out his main move set. DDP rolls out of the way of an early 5 star frog splash. After regrouping on the outside with vocal support from Nash & Hall, he works down RVD into a headlock, focusing on his neck. DDP hits the diamond cutter but RVD just gets a foot on the rope and the match continues. DDP gets visibly frustrated with RVD’s resilience as JR keeps stating how RVD is an amazing competitor. Van Dam gets a roll up using his legs as leverage to pick up a pin out of nowhere, as he crawls up the ramp DDP assaults him and refs have to pull him away. Hall & Nash appears to be enjoying themselves as Hogan remains seated in sunglasses, arms folded.
Winner: Rob Van Dam
Triple H is backstage pacing in his lockerroom as Stephanie is motivating him for his match against Kurt Angle later, he stops and asks Steph what if Angle is the fourth man, with the NWO at ringside.
Molly Holly wishes Trish luck in her match later to stop mid-sentence to glare at Stacey backstage as she goes with the unamericans to their lockerroom, Christian and Storm declare to Regal this is only the beginning for them he passes them ready for his match with Edge.
Edge © vs William Regal for the Intercontinental Championship
Jim Ross bigs up the heritage of the title, citing British Bulldogs win over Edge’s fellow Canadian Bret Hart in 1992, and how much it would mean to Edge to return home to Toronto at Mania with the belt. This is a technical classic where Edge shows the skills that will take him to the main event scene by the end of this period. Regal brings out lots of obscure suplexs, showing his ring prowess. Christian is ejected quite early on after constants tripping or distracting Edge and is taunted by Nash and Hall, who appear to be getting drunk and enjoying the action – although actively cheering on Regal. Edge kicks out of every pin attempt, which gets closer and closer to the three. Edge gets a near fall with a DDT and then sets Regal up for the spear only for Regal to spin out the way and apparently knock Edge out with a punch/headbutt. He pins a motionless Edge to pick up the win. Replays show he used the brass knuckles.
Winner: William Regal (New Intercontental Champion)
Austin is backstage demanding to speak to Vince, shouting through his office door what is going on with NWO, he says to hell with this and heads off.
Kurt Angle and Chris Jericho are backstage being interviewed by Jonathan Coachman. They both talk about how great their wrestlemania main event is going to be, however, both men declare they will win, ending in a tense staredown.
Regal pops some champagne backstage with Christian, Storm and Stacey Kiebler. Test says to put another bottle on ice after her puts deadman inc out of business. Regal tells Test, if he does beat the Undertaker, perhaps they could put it to Vince that he gets put in the undisputed title picture further down the line to complete the set. King says he thinks that’s a great idea, JR….not so much.
Undertaker vs Test
Undertaker dominates Test in the early going, however just minutes into the match the glass shatters and Austin comes down. Both Test and Taker look visibly pissed about this. Austin mouths off at the NWO and for the first time Hogan gets out of his chair and takes his sunglasses off to stare down Austin. Austin, after talking to the ref, puts himself on commentary with Jr and the King to “Keep an eye on things” for the rest of the night. Test takes advantage of a distracted Taker and runs him into the post and then the ring steps. He breaks the refs count to keep the match going, King says Test has had a new lease of life in his new enforcer role, Austin, in a rare comment, admits Test can “go”. Austin stays mostly silent during this match, studying the NWO’s movements at ringside. Undertaker makes a comeback, unloading on Test in the corner. Both men his their big moves, Test gets a near fall following a stiff full nelson slam as even JR admits Test is having the match of his life. Undertaker gets out of the ring to avoid a big boot and trash talks Scott Hall before Test goes for him again, only to be lulled in by Taker, who runs him into the post and then the guard rail. Back in the ring taker bring out his old moves, old school followed by snake eyes. Taker goes for a chokeslam, Test pulls the ref into them causing a bump, and hits a low blow and then he hits Taker with a debuting move he would use later on, the testdrive. After a delayed cover Taker kicks out after 2. Test sets him up for a boot, taker ducks and hits him with a chokeslam. Test roles out of the ring to avoid the cover, he and Taker fight up the ramp for a double count out. Taker throws Test into the stage and is about to last ride him on the entrance ramp only for Storm to run out and hit taker with the tag title belt, test then boots him as he gets up. Test continues to beat on Taker back down the entrance ramp towards the ring as refs struggle pull him off. The NWO give Test a standing ovation as he eventually leaves. After the replays, a bloody and battered taker fights off refs trying to help him back.
Draw (Double count out)
Booker T gets interviewed by Lilian Garcia, he bemoans the fact he’s the last to be interviewed last, that he’s been an afterthought for months but not after tonight. The 5 time WCW champ will become a 6 time world champion tonight before walking off before Test walks through the backstage area as various teamsters, staff and undercard talent watch him. Lilian Garcia asks for a post-match interview, but Test just keeps on walking to the unamericans lockerroom.
Trish Stratus © vs Jazz Woman’s championship match.
Jazz takes the fight to Trish straight out the blocks, eager to prove to the world she’s the better competitor. The hit lots of high spots, Jazz gets a near fall from a DDT as does Trish with a stratisfaction. Trish misses a chick kick and hits referee Charles Robinson. Teddy Long runs down to deputise, Trish goes for another stratisfaction only for Jazz to counter into a roll up, Teddy Long fast counts Trish to give Jazz the win. Teddy Long reveals to be in league with Jazz to make up for the “clear injustices” she faced before i.e. her title shot becoming a Triple threat at Royal Rumble.
Winner: Jazz (New Women’s champion)
Vince intercepts Triple H and Steph on their way to the ring, he begs Steph to stay backstage as you never know what the NWO may do. Triple H reminds Vince of his claims that he had things under control. Triple H eventually agrees and Steph stays behind in Triple H’s lockerroom which is protected by Big Show, Albert and Kane.
Triple H vs Kurt Angle (Wreslemania main event slot on the line)
Before the match Hall & Nash exchange clique gestures with an uneasy Triple H which peaks Austins interests. “Son of a bitch” he mutters, King gets Austin riled up by asking if he thinks HHH is the fourth man. Triple H holds the ring as he over powers Angle. On the outside Angle points at Austin saying he’s the fourth man, Austin takes his headset off to tease a fight but JR convinces him to keep his cool. Angle gets back in the ring to a running knee, HHH works Angle in the corner for Angle to escape with a series of German suplexs. Angle then controls the match for a good 10 minutes of ground attacks and submission holds on HHH, Triple H fights out of it and Angle in an attempt to get back in control gets a full head of steam but runs into the ring post followed by an AA spinebuster. Angle counters a pedigree to back body drop HHH out of the ring infront of the NWO who try and intimidate Kurt as he goes to pick up Triple H, throw him into the ring steps twice and bring him back in before the 10 count. After working HHH’s ankle and setting up for the ankle lock, HHH struggles to reach the ropes but makes it, Hall & Nash applaud their clique buddy and join in Angle sucks chants after Triple H kicks out of a subsequent Olympic Slam. A distracted Angle gets turned around into a pedigree for the 1, 2, 3.
Winner: Triple H (No 1 contender at Wrestlemania 18)
After the bell Austin gets in Triple H’s face and accuses him of being with the NWO, Jim Ross reasons with Austin, saying if he was, wouldn’t they have helped him? Nash demands a mic and tells Austin to grow a pair and do something about them being there. Vince McMahon comes down with agents and security to calm things down. Security reason that Austin, Hall and Nash have to go, as Hogan has just sat and watch for the most part, he can stay.
Jericho, Booker T and The Rock are each shown making their way to the ring backstage before their entrances for the main event.
Chris Jericho © vs The Rock vs Booker T (WWF Undisputed championship match)
Booker T and Jericho double team the rock in the early going, however, he eventually gets some separation. Anytime either three men go near Hogan there is an uneasy look towards him. Booker T runs The Rock into the steps. Jericho and Booker T get a chance to show their expanded moves set on one another, Jericho hitting a springboard dropkick on the rock as he attempts to return, as Jericho then reasons, as it’s a triple threat, there are n DQ’s, He grabs a chair and busts the rock open with repeated chair shots. Booker T then book ends him on the entrance ramp to take the rock out of the equation. Jericho kicks out of a scissors kick as does Booker T from a breakdown. Booker then counters a lionsault by getting his knees up, after hitting a vicious spinebuster on Jericho he goes to the top rope and connects with a Houston hangover.
With both men down, The Rock groggily limps down the ramp towards the ring only for Hall and Nash to each enter from the crowd. All three men are on the apron facing one another as Jericho and Booker T start to stir, Hogan remains seated watching this unfold. Jericho knocks The Rock off the apron and then goes for an advancing Nash as Hall and Booker T fight. The Rock grabs another chair and holds the ring as Hogan stands up, takes his shades off and hopes the rail. Having dispatch of Jericho, Nash stands beside Hogan in staring down the rock from the outside who is soon joined by Booker T, having fought off Hall. Booker indicates that they have to fight together against the NWO before Rock smashes Booker T with the chair and hits him with the peoples elbow. Jericho attempts to run in to break up the three count only to be blocked by the NWO. Before being thrown over the barrier they just hoped over. They then toss the rock a spray can as he sprays NWO over the WWF title belt and puts it on his shoulder and walks out with the NWO theme playing.
Winner: The Rock (New undisputed WWF Champion)
Remember Jim Ross’s rant post HHH vs Shawn Michaels Summerslam 2002? That has nothing on the rant he has here.
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2019.02.02 02:14 DenzRomanoff How WWE Should Have Booked: The Ruthless Aggression Era – Build up to No Way Out

How WWE Should Have Booked: The Ruthless Aggression Era – Build to No Way Out 2002
Smackdown Jan 24
Smackdown opens backstage with Regal and the rest of the unamericans surrounded by security addressing the majority of the lockerroom, trainers, referees and announcers (Bar Michael Cole who is on sole commentary for the night). Regal says Mr McMahon has put him in charge for one night only, he says that they, along with Angle, Jericho, Booker T and Undertaker, knew Mr McMahon was in touch with the New World Order, but was under the illusion they were only hired as a last resort to take out Ric Flair. Nobody knew they would destroy the set of Raw. He said Mr McMahon is working night and day to correct his mistake, but called for unity, the invasion divided this lockerroom, and Regal himself made a big mistake, lets not make more. Throughout this, Regal is often questioned and jeered by faces and heels alike. The unamericans leave to more questioning from the lockerroom, unsatisfied with their explanation.
The Rock comes out, gets right into it and calls out the NWO, Austin answers, joining Rock in wanting a piece of the NWO, HHH also joins. Regal comes out and says there will be no NWO for anybody, as they are not here and security are making sure of that. He booked them in a 6 man tornado tag main event, however, against Test, Christian and Storm. This will also be a no DQ match.
The Hardy Boys def Tazz and Raven, Michael Cole says perhaps the Hardy’s have turned a corner.
Edge beats Goldust, after the bell Test attacks him on Regal’s behalf, who appears on the titantron to say how he is looking forward to facing a competitor like Edge.
Molly Holly returns to her old persona, in a losing effort to Jazz who is on a role having been announced she will face Trish Stratus one on one at No Way Out.
Kurt Angle defeats Maven in quick fashion in preparation for his match with Booker T on Monday night, Booker T plays up how their match is the “Real” title match on Monday.
Chris Jericho defeats his “preferred” opponent on Monday night, Tajiri, in a champion vs champion match. Tajiri puts up a good fight but taps to the walls of Jericho.
Mike Awesome squashes Steven Richards.
Triple H, Austin and The Rock def unamericans (Test, Storm & Christian) Austin takes the fight to the unamericans until Regal gets involved, Undertaker takes out Test as they fight up the ramp, Jericho appears to have cost the faces the match with a breakdown on the chair to The Rock only for Triple H to pick up the win, pedegreeing Storm for a win on his return to Smackdown.
The show ends with an NWO promo, the oldschool black and white ones with Hogan talking on a podium. They declare there is a fourth member who helped them get into the arena on Monday.
Raw Jan 28th
Vince formally addresses the NWO attack last Monday, a rather sheepish McMahon says the board have put an injunction against those three men from appearing on Raw or Smackdown, however, he has ramped up security just in case. The broadcast will happen just as nothing happened, and he will oversee things until the board reach the findings of their review, which should be expected after Wrestlemania. He also refutes claims that there is a fourth member.
Stone Cold calls out the NWO but does not get an answer. Triple H instead comes out, says he and Austin do not see eye to eye on much but agree that NWO need their asses kicked. Austin does not trust HHH and says he was suspiciously comfortable with being sent home early, saying maybe he’s in league with his father in law and his old clique buddies. The unamercans interrupt just as HHH takes his jacket off and challenge them to a match, claiming to be fed up of Americans like Austin and HHH getting all the chances. Before the match can start Undertaker comes after Test as they fight into the crowd not to be seen again for the show. Regal chases after them only to be attacked by Edge backstage, finally getting one over on him. After taking out Christian and Storm, Austin and Triple H turn again to each other, only for Angle to run down and Olympic slam HHH as Austin watches on.
Rico & Billy and Chuck defeat Dudley Boys & Spike after interference from Christian and Storm, who put Spike through a table after the bell.
Steph tells Vince she meant it when she said she wished he was dead, and said he is going to drive HHH away from the family if he doesn’t come to his senses, she accuses him of setting Angle on Triple H. Triple H walks in and tells Vince to get out and stay away from his wife. It appears as if HHH and Steph have put their differences to one side.
Tajiri beats Billy Kidman to retain his Cruiserweight championship
DDP cuts a promo from a gym hyping his training, compared to RVD’s laid back nature.
Goldust defeats Matt Hardy following distracting himself telling Jeff “this is how it is done” before an attempted twist of fate, only to be countered into shattered dreams.
Kane defeats Hurricane backstage after he challenged him for his Hardcore title.
Molly Holly returns to her old persona and defeats Ivory, both were involved with a backstage fight between Jazz and Trish earlier in the night.
The Rock does a promo on the NWO backstage, Jericho suggests he may need their help at No Way Out, Rock implies perhaps Jericho helped them get in, after all he seemed to be seconds away from losing when they entered. Linda tells Jericho he will face Big Show next week in a non-title match, if he’s man enough.
Booker T beats Kurt Angle following interference from Triple H. to face Jericho & The Rock at No way out.
Smackdown 31st Jan
Vince opens Smackdown to say there is no fourth NWO member, and it is all a mind game, he knows this as it’s the sort of mind game he would play. He says the NWO, as great as they are, do not stand a chance against the might of the world wrestling federation. The Rock comes out and says he smells some BS coming from Vince when without warning Booker T attacks Rock from behind. Booker T tells Vince he doesn’t need to worry about the NWO while he is around.
A debuting Jaime Noble beats Scotty 2 Hotty.
Angle is waiting outside Triple H’s lockerroom, he takes his anger out on a random employee when he is told he has no idea where Triple H is. Hardcore Holy tells him to pick on someone his own size and challenges Kurt to meet him in the ring later.
Mike Awesome defeats Raven in a short match, Raven is adamant there is a reason he cannot pick up a win.
Chuck Palumbo w/ Rico & Blly Gunn beats Tazz
Hurricane starts a search for a new side kick, Tommy Dreamer laughs in his face at the offer.
Jeff Hardy defeats Goldust, Matt storms off from Lita backstage after witnessing his brother beat the man he lost to on Monday.
Edge is backstage talking with the Dudley’s. Test approaches and tell them that they will lose their gold not before long. He tells Stacey he’ll see her sooner, rasing questions from the Dudley’s as to where her loyalties lie, which she protests as Test just flirting with her.
DDP beats a returning Albert, afterwards he cuts another promo on the value of hard work.
Test defeats Big Show with help from the unamericans, Undertaker destroys Test’s car backstage with a biker chain.
Triple H finally arrives, claiming to have being held in traffic, as Angle takes on Hardore Holly next. Austin says that interesting, as he just got a tip from a bar he knows down town that Hall and Nash are in there. Steph vouches for her husband, but Austin isn’t buying it.
Kurt Angle beats Hardcore Holy in the main event after Holy dominated the match in the early going, Triple H stares off with Angle, just as they’re about to come to blows the titantron shows the No Way Out sign. The show goes off the air the screen goes static and the No Way Out logo shows, morphing into NWO.
Raw 4th Feb
Kurt Angle starts Raw off still irate from last week’s actions. Saying Triple H’s involvement was unprovoked, and how Triple H avoided him on Smackdown. Stephanie McMahon comes out and tells Kurt he knows full well it wasn’t, Triple H follows her out and says all Kurt has done is whine ever since Survivor Series and challenges him to a match at No Way Out. Vince puts Triple H’s main event title shot on the line, saying he no longer trusts HHH. Amazingly this end with no fighting.
Billy and Chuck w/Rico beat Rikishi & Scotty 2 Hotty, Billy & Chuck are on a roll, but backstage they run into the APA who take them out.
DDP beats Raven, after the bell RVD comes out and chases him up the ramp, they will have a match at No Way Out.
Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty defeat The Hardy Boys after Matt walks out on Jeff Lita is visibly torn.
McMahon seeks Regal’s council over the NWO issues, Regal tells him he brought the NWO in, against everyone’s better judgement, that’s why we all went along with it, but the unamericans will always support him. Vince ponders his options.
Test attacks Undertaker backstage despite Regal’s warnings. They will also face off at No Way Out.
Dudley Boys call out the Christian and Lance Storm who happily answer, and edge runs down to give the faces a numbers advantage, unamericans back down to fight another day.
Booker T and The Rock share a promo slot, both calling each other out. The Rock warns Booker T that he will be all action next Sunday.
Triple H beats William Regal, after the match Angle attacks Triple H’s leg with a chair, Steph cradles her husband in the ring, and she is now considered a face.
Chris Jericho has no intention on fighting Big Show in the night’s main event and after a lot f cat and mouse Big Show finally gets hold of him only for Y2J to take him out with a chair, the giant is laid to waste as Jericho declares he too will be all action.
Austin comes out at the end of the show and again calls the NWO out who are not here, instead Vince comes down to reason with Austin that perhaps the NWO are not his enemy, perhaps Austin is calling them out, as he knows they won’t come out – he accuses Austin of being their fourth member. Austin stuns McMahon, only for Kevin Nash to attack Austin, Jacknifing him, Nash allows himself to be arrested rather than face the WWF lockeroom as the show goes off air.
Smackdown Feb 7th
Vince again address the NWO, saying they will not give in to any of their demands, in fact, they won’t even dignify their demands by telling you, the viewer, what they are. Just as he begins to unveil the nights match card, the NWO theme plays. Cameras start shaking as everyone runs to the stage. All the big names are heading to the ring and after a few minutes it’s obvious it was a set up. Jerry Lawler cries out loud there has to be a fourth man if they are not here.
Rikishi defeats Mike Awesome
APA demand to know what is going on from Vince, Vince says he has it under control. Bradshaw asks Farooq how can he be so calm with there being one us helping the NWO?
Tajiri successfully defends his Cruiserweight championship against Hurricane.
Dudley Boyz defeat Billy and Chuck after the APA take out Rico. Spike is left laying after a Billy and Chuck double team during the match and Stacey suggests he isn’t the best back up to Bubba and D-Von.
Edge is attacked again by Regal in the backstage area, Regal aggressively tells Lillian Garcia he will take this “pretty boys” teeth out to get the intercontinental championship
Steven Richards beats Raven, Cole comments on Raven’s losing streak on Smackdown messing with his head.
The Rock and RVD beat Booker T and DDP after Booker T walks out on DDP
Following Monday night, Jericho must face Austin in a no holds barred match, albeit non-title, which ends with Booker T giving Jericho the assist, only for Jericho to turn on Booker and hit him with a chair. Austin, having recovered, stuns Jericho before announcing he expects the NWO to face him like a man at No Way Out.
Undertaker beats Triple H in the main event, Undertaker demanded a chance to prove he should be in the main event, laid a challenge down to Angle, who claimed he was sick, and Triple H answered. Angle cost Triple H the match.
Raw 11th Feb
Vince McMahon declares the NWO threat is over, as he has reached a payment package that they are happy with and will leave the WWF and its stars alone. Jim Ross says he’s sure that’s convenient timing with the board review to start next week. King still suspects there is a fourth man.
Undertaker comes down to the ring and demands respect again (he is still a heel despite feuding with another heel Test) and demands Test get out here as he isn’t waiting till Sunday. All of the unamericans answer, coming from ringside as well as the ramp, and take out Taker. Due to his past actions, nobody is willing to save the Deadman as he is left lying. Test flies an upside down American flag over the American Badass.
Kane beats Bradshaw to retain his Hardcore Championship
Rico tells Billy & Chuck they need to finally deal with the APA, so he has booked a 6 man tag match for Sunday night. Billy & Chuck question who their partner will be.
RVD beats Billy Gunn w/ Chuck & Rico, after the match APA save RVD from a beatdown by their opponents and DDP
Trish and Jazz have a boxing style interview in a dark room moderated by Lilian Garcia, discussing the bad blood between the two women, Jazz calling Trish a paper champ and Trish saying Jazz is not in her league.
Goldust beat Jeff Hardy after Matt pushes Jeff of the top rope. Lita is fed up with Matt for not letting this issue go.
Kurt Angle speaks from an outside location, saying he cannot be in the same arena as HHH for HHH’s own safety. He says all the wrong of the last 4 months will be put right on Sunday.
Lita beat Ivory, she told Matt to stay in the back before the match.
The Rock, Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty def Chris Jericho, Christian and Storm after Jericho walked out on his partners. Booker T attempts to confront Jericho on his assault on Smackdown but Jericho manages to avoid him.
Austin, without a match for Sunday as the NWO are no longer going to show, tells Michael Cole he will be there Sunday to make sure they stay away. King says he feels Austin is the fourth man.
Triple H beats Booker T by DQ after Angle came through the crowd to leave HHH laying in blood before Sunday.
Smackdown 14th Feb
Kurt Angle opens the show, declaring himself now the baddest man in the WWF after taking out the game. Austin comes out, saying how it’s very interesting the NOW do not show their face when Angle wins OR is on top of the situation. Angle reminds everyone how it was Austin who betrayed the WWF for the alliance, and what’s to stop him doing it again with his waning position in the title picture. Austin admits he isn’t high on the peaking order, but how about Angle face him tonight like a man and put his match with Triple H on the line, if he has the guts. Angle, in a rage, accepts. King questions how wise that was.
Ivory beats Jacqueline for her first win since her return
Backstage Spike tells Tazz he wants to give him a European title shot on Sunday, Raven also wants a shot so they agree a match next to determine a number one contender. Spike goes to tell his brothers despite his title defence he will be in their corner. Stacey, who is still acting as a heel, tells D-Von and Bubba there’s not much point having a runt in their corner when the unamericans will have a “real man” like Test in their corner.
Tazz beats Raven to become number one contender, Raven claims there is a conspiracy against him after another defeat.
RVD beat Goldust, DDP attempts to attack him again but Van Dam is wise to this by now an turns the tables.
Jaime Noble beats Funaki and declares himself number one contender for the cruiserweight championship
Undertaker cuts a promo in a gym somewhere about how this is still his yard, Test may be a younger fighter, and have the numbers, but he is still big evil.
Kane beats Tommy Dreamer and Steven Richards to retain his hardcore title.
The Rock vs Test is a no contest as the unamericans interfere but Edge and the Dudley’s make the save, until Jericho bulldogs Rock onto the steps. Booker T finally gets his hands on Y2J to stand tall and hold up the undisputed title ahead of Sunday.
Triple H is interviewed by JR with a big bandage on his head, he will be 100% on Sunday and will happily face Austin or Angle on Sunday and then Jericho, Booker T, The Rock or even the NWO for the title at Mania, JR questions why the NWO would be in the title picture, Triple H says just giving examples, he’ll face Maven if he has to.
Kurt Angle faces Austin with his match with Triple H at No Way Out on the line. Austin fights like a man possessed and has Angle on the ropes, Angle knocks Austin into the ref, he goes for an Olympic slam but its countered into a stunner for a long two count from a groggy ref. With both men down the NWO’s music hits. Austin goes to fight them but Angle catches him in the Ankle lock. With Nash and Hall Taunting him at the ropes Austin taps. The NWO hightail it out of there via the crowd as the lockerroom empties to chase them out.
No Way Out 2002 to come next
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