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Between each longer series, we take a look at some other shows - shows from the Clash of the Champions, shows that don't have a series, or even shows from completely different companies. Take a look at some of those with us! Continue Reading >> Between each longer series, we take a look at some other shows - shows from the Clash of the Champions, shows that don't have a series, or even shows from completely different companies. Take a look at some of those with us! << Show Less
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Episode Zero: Clash of the Champions I Before we began our Starrcade series, we recorded a "pilot" episode of sorts - and now, we're releasing that for your listening pleasure. Take a trip back to the 1980s as we look at the first ever Clash of the Champions! Jimmy Garvin and Mike Rotunda face off in a college rules showdown! Dusty Rhodes and the Road Warriors seek revenge in a match that confusingly has two names! Ken Osmond may or may not be Eddie Haskell! Oh, and these two guys, Sting and Ric Flair, have a match you might have heard of. For all this and more, let's go to the ring...for the first time!

Music by Michael Gary Brewer at https://www.instantmusicnow.com/

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Episode 20: Bunkhouse Stampede '88 Once upon a time, a lone cowboy, accompanied only by soothing guitar music, spoke of a legendary match hidden in the mists of time. It haunted us. The whispers, or rather loudspeaker announcements, kept it in our memories. Now, at last, we face it: The Bunkhouse Stampede. 8 men battle for glory (and loads of money). But before that: three title matches! Can Bobby Eaton defeat Nikita Koloff for the TV Title? Can Larry Zbyszko claim the magnificent Western States Heritage Title from Barry Windham? And will one half of the Scorpihawks, Road Warrior Hawk, triumph over Ric Flair to become World Champ? (And...where is the other half of the Scorpihawks, anyway?) For all this and more, let's go to the ring!

Music by Michael Gary Brewer at https://www.instantmusicnow.com/

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Episode 26: AWA Team Challenge Series Pilot We're back! Before our next series, we step away from WCW for a moment to look at another wrestling promotion: the AWA. With fans not attending shows, the AWA seized on a solution not dissimilar from what other entertainment companies are trying today...just well before the technology existed to actually manage it. Green screen entrances, bizarre promos, terrible audio, magic sledgehammers, and a crowd of questionable existence make this a...unique...wrestling show. For all this, plus Verne Gagne's adorable sleepy dog, Let's Go to the Ring!

Music by Michael Gary Brewer at https://www.instantmusicnow.com/

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Episode 34: Ready to Rumble In early 2000, losing money and fans by the boatload, WCW decided they were so popular it was time to release a movie! Enter "Ready to Rumble," which is such a cinematic masterpiece that Michael Buffer would be justified suing for defamation of character just for having his catchphrase associated with it. Thrill to the cinematic exploits of your favorite WCW performers, like DDP, Goldberg, Perry Saturn (no longer employed by WCW at this point), and...Jimmy King? Who the heck is Jimmy King? Oh, and you'll love watching fans just like you on screen for the first time, treated with all the dignity and respect you deserve and certainly not at all portrayed as absolute idiots who are dangers to themselves and others. Are we really sure an actual pro wrestling company was involved in this thing? For all this and more...let's go to the ring!

Music by Michael Gary Brewer at https://www.instantmusicnow.com/

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Episode 37: Collision in Korea In 1995, WCW tried their hand at international diplomacy, working with New Japan Pro Wrestling and Antonio Inoki to put on a wrestling show / peace mission in North Korea. Now, the pay-per-view version of that show has been posted to YouTube, courtesy of Eric Bischoff's "83 Weeks" podcast - allowing us to take a look at one of the few WCW pay-per-views not available on the WWE Network. Should it have stayed hidden? To find out - let's go to the ring!

Want to watch the version of the show we're reviewing? Find it at: https://youtu.be/R-By0dlVYE4

Music by Michael Gary Brewer at https://www.instantmusicnow.com/

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Episode 44: WCW Monday Nitro July 29th 1996 For the first time, we take a look at an episode of WCW's flagship television show, WCW Monday Nitro. The nWo formed back at Bash at the Beach 1996...but hey, it's just another wrestling faction, right? WCW can just carry on as usual, right? To find out...let's go to the ring!

Music by Michael Gary Brewer at https://www.instantmusicnow.com/

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