UNCENSORED

WCW Uncensored 95 - Tupelo, MS - Civic Center - March 19, 1995 (5,782; 4,900 paid)
The Main Event - featured footage from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night of Bobby Heenan climbing in the ring to stop Ric Flair from helping WCW US Champion Vader double team Dave Sullivan, fearing Flair's actions might get him banned from the company, with additional comments from Flair saying he would be at Uncensored because WCW President Nick Bockwinkel and the police wouldn't be; included Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan about his "ultimate surprise;" featured a vignette of Meng; included a segment on Richard Petty's Hulk Hogan racecar; featured a look at the truck which will be used for the Dustin Rhodes / Blacktop Bully King of the Road match; included a vignette of Hogan with his "ultimate surprise" standing behind him in smoke in which Hogan said his surprise wasn't the Ultimate Warrior but the "Renegade;" during the segment, the Renegade appeared to tower over Hogan and stand around 7 or 8 feet tall; featured footage of Dustin Rhodes and Blacktop Bully climbing into the truck for the King of the Road match; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Randy Savage about his upcoming match against Avalanche:
Alex Wright pinned Mark Starr at 2:43 with a reverse crossbody off the top
Steve Austin pinned Tim Horner at 1:32 with a superplex; during the bout, Col. Rob Parker was seen watching the match from the aisle; after the match, Austin and Parker left together
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & the Patriot defeated Buckhouse Buck & Dick Slater at 9:33 when Bagwell pinned Slater with a fisherman's suplex after the Patriot prevented an attempt at a double suplex; early in the bout, WCW US Champion Vader came out, shoved off Mike Tenay as Tenay attempted to interview him, grabbed the mic and said he was the uncrowned world champion and the jacket in his hand was the only thing left of Jimmy Hart after apparently attacking Hart backstage
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included Mike Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Col. Rob Parker, WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson, & Meng about their matches later in the show; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Johnny B. Badd & his boxing coach Rock Finnigan prior to his match; included a vignette of WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson outdoors cutting a promo on the boxer vs. wrestler match with clips of his matches added throughout the segment; featured a Randy Savage vignette; included Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Savage about his match against Avalanche later in the show; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat & Sister Sherri about their match later in the night against the Nasty Boys; included Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Sting regarding his match later in the night; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with the Nasty Boys regarding their match later in the night; included a vignette on WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat; featured a backstage promo by WCW US Champion Vader and Ric Flair regarding the main event later in the show; included a pre-taped promo by WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, with Jimmy Hart, about his "ultimate surprise":
The Blacktop Bully defeated Dustin Rhodes in a King of the Road match at 13:11; the match was contested in the truck bed of an 18-wheeler and the goal was to climb up and blow a horn at the top of the truck bed; the bout was taped on March 14 near Atlanta (Rhodes' last appearance for 4 years; Barry Darsow's last appearance for several years)
Meng (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Jim Duggan in a martial arts match at 7:04 with a kick to the face as guest referee Sony Onoo grabbed Duggan's arm as he attempted to hit Parker on the ring apron (Onoo's debut)
Johnny B. Badd (w/ Rock Finnigan) defeated WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson (w/ Col. Rob Parker) in a non-title boxer vs. wrestler match at the 28-second mark of Round 4 after Finnigan put a bucket over Anderson's head, with Badd punching the bucket and then punching Anderson in the face with a bare left punch after the bucket came off
Randy Savage defeated the Avalanche via disqualification at around the 11:30 mark when Ric Flair, dressed as a woman, jumped over the railing and double teamed Savage; moments later, Avalanche hit the sit-down splash on Savage before WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan came out, scaring Flair and Avalanche to the floor
Big Bubba pinned Sting at 13:45 when Bubba fell on top as Sting attempted a bodyslam and his injured knee gave out
The Nasty Boys defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat (w/ Sister Sherri) in a non-title Texas Tornado match at 8:37 when Knobbs pinned Booker T with a bodyslam onto a torn down consession stand near the entranceway
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ the Renegade) defeated WCW US Champion Vader (w/ Ric Flair) in a non-title strap match at 18:21 when Hogan strapped himself to an interfering Flair and dragged him around to the four corners instead; Jimmy Hart, his shirt torn after an apparent backstage attack earlier in the show, appeared at the 6-minute mark in Hogan's corner; a masked man briefly appeared ringside at the 15-minute mark and then returned to the ring after the bout, but this time attacking Flair and Vader with a chair; moments later, Arn Anderson appeared tied up and gagged with the masked man revealing himself as Randy Savage (Renegade's debut)

Uncensored 96 - Tupelo, MS - Coliseum - March 24, 1996 (9,000; 7,300 paid)
The Main Event - shown live:
WCW Cruiserweight Championship Tournament Opening Round: JL pinned Dean Malenko at 3:20
Jim Duggan pinned Big Bubba at 3:20
Dick Slater pinned Alex Wright at 1:55
Rick & Scott Steiner fought the Nasty Boys to a no contest at 5:19 when the Road Warriors interfered and attacked both teams
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Dusty Rhodes on commentary; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Col. Rob Parker & Dick Slater regarding Parker's match later in the show against Madusa; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with the Giant & Jimmy Hart regarding Giant's match later in the show against Loch Ness; during the segment, it was announced the winner of the match would face WCW World Champion Ric Flair the following night on Monday Nitro; included Lee Marshall conducting a backstage interview with the Road Warriors regarding their match later in the show against Booker T & WCW Tag Team Champion Sting; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW TV & Tag Team Champion Lex Luger & Hart regarding Luger's participation in the Doomsday cage match - subbing for Loch Ness - when he was originally scheduled to compete with Sting against the Road Warriors in a streetfight; early in the segment, Hart said it was the last night he would be managing Luger and gave Luger a jacket with his face on it; included Marshall conducting a backstage interview with Booker T & WCW Tag Team Champion Sting regarding their match later in the night against the Road Warriors, with Booker mentioning he wanted a future tag team title shot for Harlem Heat against Sting & Luger:
WCW US Champion & Mexican Heavyweight Champion Konnan pinned Eddie Guerrero at 18:26 after the challenger mistimed a leapfrog, causing Konnan to accidentally headbutt Guerrero in the groin; during the bout, it was announced JL would face the champion the following night on Monday Nitro; after the match, Konnan helped Guerrero to his feet, with Eddie then shoving Konnan away
Fit Finlay defeated Lord Steven Regal (w/ Jeeves) via disqualification at 17:28 when Bobby Eaton and Dave Taylor, wearing suits, attacked Finlay as Finlay and Regal brawled on the floor; during the bout, WCW US Champion Konnan was seen speaking with the Spanish announce crew of Pedro Morales & Miguel Alonzo; also during the match, it was announced this was the first WCW pay-per-view to air in Australia and that Finlay would face Randy Savage the following night on Nitro; after the bout, the Blue Bloods triple teamed Finlay until he attacked them near the entranceway and into the backstage area
Col. Rob Parker pinned Madusa at 3:46 when Parker rolled on top of Madusa after Dick Slater appeared ringside and pulled Madusa's leg out as she attempted a German suplex into a bridge
The Booty Man pinned Diamond Dallas Page at 16:00 with the high knee after Kimberly, who appeared ringside mid-way through the match, slapped DDP after he kissed her in the ring; pre-match stipulations stated DDP would win Kimberly and the remainder of his $16 million if he won but would quit wrestling if he lost; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone mentioned DDP recently cost Johnny B. Badd - his original scheduled opponent - the WCW TV title, with Badd then blaming Kimberly for the loss and deciding he didn't have what it took to compete in WCW anymore
The Giant pinned Loch Ness at 2:34 with a boot to the face and a legdrop; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would face WCW World Champion Ric Flair the following night on Monday Nitro; after the bout, the Giant cut a promo into the camera on Hogan - regarding his finisher - and facing Flair on Nitro
Booker T & WCW Tag Team Champion Sting defeated the Road Warriors in a streetfight at 29:36 when Booker pinned Road Warrior Hawk after Stevie Ray interfered and hit Hawk in the back with a steel chair; pre-match stipulations stated Harlem Heat would earn a WCW Tag Team Title shot if Booker & Sting won; late in the bout, Booker and Animal fought backstage, with Stevie Ray and WCW TV & Tag Team Champion Lex Luger - with Jimmy Hart - interfering, attacking Animal, and handcuffing him in the backstage area; after the match, Stevie Ray was shown backstage hitting Animal with a steel chair and saying he wanted his tag team belts back (Falls Count Anywhere: The Greatest Street Fights and other Out of Control Matches)
Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson (w/ Woman & Miss Elizabeth), Meng, the Barbarian, Kevin Sullivan, WCW TV & Tag Team Champion Lex Luger (w/ Jimmy Hart), Z Gangsta, & the Ultimate Solution in a handicap three-tier steel cage match at 25:19 when Savage pinned Flair after Luger hit Flair with a loaded glove; prior to the match, the commentary team made mention of Brian Pillman not appearing as advertised for the match; stipulations for the match stated Hogan & Savage would start at the top tier and work their way down until they escaped the bottom cage; mid-way through the match, a brawl between Hogan & Savage and Sullivan & Luger continued out of the cage to ringside, with Hart eventually leading Z Gangsta & Ultimate Solution ringside to bring Hogan & Savage back inside the cage; minutes later, Flair & Anderson who were eliminated earlier in the match returned to gang up on Hogan & Savage; late in the bout, the Booty Man appeared and passed Hogan & Savage a frying pan; during the closing moments, Hogan & Savage went to leave the cage, with Savage then deciding to return to the ring and cover Flair instead for the win

Uncensored 97 - North Charleston, SC - Coliseum - March 16, 1997 (9,295)
Ice Train defeated Maxx
Pay-per-view bouts - the opening video package hyping the card incorrectly referred to WCW TV Champion Prince Iaukea as the Cruiserweight Champion; featured Tony Schiavone, Dusty Rhodes, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Roddy Piper, and later Jeff Jarrett, Chris Benoit, Steve McMichael and Debra about their participation in the main event; featured Okerlund interviewing Diamond Dallas Page in the arena about Randy Savage ignoring DDP; moments later, Savage and Elizabeth appeared near the commentary table and Savage mentioned he saw Page's wife, Kimberly, in Playboy's "Nude Celebrities" magazine, with Elizabeth showing Kim's centerfold - with "nWo" written across it; Kimberly then appeared, with "nWo" spraypainted across her dress, with Savage jumping Page from behind and spraying "nWo" on Page's back as well; when Kimberly covered Page's body, Savage sprayed her again as Elizabeth said the nWo loved Kimberly's photo spread; included footage of the Outsiders & Syxx causing Rick & Scott Steiner to wreck their car weeks earlier; featured a nWo vignette of WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Scott Hall regarding Kimberly's centerfold and their participation in the main event; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Lex Luger, the Giant, and Scott Steiner regarding their participation in the main event and the injury sustained to Rick Steiner earlier in the show; featured an ad for the following month's Spring Stampede:
Dean Malenko pinned WCW US Champion Eddie Guerrero to win the title in a No DQ match at 19:14 when, as Guerrero grabbed for the title belt from an interfering WCW Cruiserweight Champion Syxx, Malenko used Syxx's camcorder and hit Guerrero in the back of the head with it; early in the bout, backstage footage showed WCW Tag Team Champions the Outsiders & Syxx standing over Rick Steiner who appeared to have been knocked out; moments later, Steiner was placed on a stretcher and taken from the arena in an ambulance (The Rise and Fall of WCW)
The Ultimo Dragon (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Psychosis at 12:48 with a tornado DDT and tiger suplex into a bridge; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the bout (Wrestling's Highest Flyers)
Glacier pinned Mortis (w/ James Vandenburg) at 9:03 with the superkick after Mortis almost knocked Vandenburg off the ring apron; after the bout, Vandenburg called for someone to come from the back; moments later, Bryan Clarke appeared and, with Mortis, double teamed Glacier (Mortis' in-ring debut; Clarke's surprise return)
Buff Bagwell defeated Scotty Riggs in a leather strap match at 12:27 by touching all four corners after using the strap to hang Riggs on the ring ropes
Harlem Heat (w/ Sister Sherri) defeated Public Enemy in a Texas tornado match at 13:22 when Booker T pinned Rocco Rock with the Harlem Hangover after Steve McMichael interfered and hit Rock in the back with his steel briefcase as Jeff Jarrett distracted the referee from the floor
WCW TV Champion Prince Iaukea pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 14:59 by rolling through Mysterio's springboard hurricanrana; the match originally went to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 11:55 but the match continued when Mysterio challenged Iaukea to keep it going and the champion agreed; Mysterio had Iaukea covered following a twisting top rope move when the bell rang; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the match; the bout had a 15-minute time-limit instead of the usual 10
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Dennis Rodman), Randy Savage, WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Scott Hall (nWo) defeated Lex Luger, the Giant, & Scott Steiner (WCW) and Roddy Piper, Chris Benoit, Steve McMichael, & Jeff Jarrett (Team Piper) in an elimination match at 19:24; rules for the match stated one man from each team would start, another participant would be added the next 5 minutes, and another every 2 minutes thereafter; eliminations could come by being thrown over the top, pinfall, or submission; eliminations: the Giant fell over the top after missing a splash in the corner on Hall (5:00); Jarrett by Hall via a clothesline (9:18); McMichael by Hall via a backdrop as McMichael attempted a piledriver (9:47); Scott by Nash via a boot to the face after Scott was crotched on the top (10:16); Piper by Hogan when Rodman pulled down the top rope as Hogan sent Piper into the ropes (14:54); after the elimination, Piper was attacked on the floor by Hogan, Rodman, and Savage until Piper was eventually escorted backstage by security; Benoit by Hall & Nash after sustaining Hall's Outsider's Edge (16:30); Savage submitted to Luger's Torture Rack (18:25); Nash by Luger via a clothesline (18:33); Hall submitted to Luger's Torture Rack (18:48); Hogan pinned Luger after Savage interfered behind the referee's back and hit Luger in the face with a can of spraypaint, handed to him by Rodman; pre-match stipulations stated if WCW won, the nWo would return all belts and would not be able to wrestle for 3 years; if the nWo won, they could wrestle for any WCW belt anytime they wanted; if Piper's team won, Piper would face Hogan in a steel cage match; after the contest, Rodman spraypainted Luger's back and, with Hogan, repeatedly slapped Luger; moments later, Sting came down from the rafters and laid out Hall, Nash, and Savage with a baseball bat and a number of reverse DDTs before then pointing the bat at Hogan on the floor; Hogan eventually climbed in the ring to fight Sting but sustained the reverse DDT as the show went off the air

Uncensored 98 - Mobile, AL - Civic Center - March 15, 1998 (7,474; announced as a sell out)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with the aisle with JJ Dillon in which Dillon said the Giant came to him earlier in the day requesting to have the powerbomb allowed for one night only and that Kevin Nash's representatives agreed to the offer:
WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chavo Guerrero Jr.) with a missile dropkick at 11:07 after pushing the challenger off the top; after the match, Eddie argued with Chavo over his seemingly rooting for Booker, then attacked Chavo from behind in the aisle before walking off
Juventud Guerrera pinned Konnan at 10:21 with a crucifix as Konnan made a lazy cover following a Samoan Drop; during the bout, Raven's Flock was shown sitting ringside; after the match, Konnan dropped Juvi with the 187 and then threw him to the floor
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Dean Malenko via submission with the Liontamer at 14:42 after avoiding a leg lariat; after the match, Gene Okerlund walked past Jericho in the aisle to conduct an interview with Malenko in the ring and confronted him on having lost at four consecutive pay-per-views (Starrcade, Souled Out, SuperBrawl, and Uncensored - though Malenko didn't even appear at the middle two); after Okerlund asked where Malenko goes from here, he replied "Home"
Lex Luger pinned Scott Steiner at 3:55 with a clothesline from behind as Scott became distracted by Rick Steiner on the floor; during the cover, Scott Norton attacked Rick from behind but Rick eventually gained the advantage and threw Scott to the floor after Scott attacked Luger in the ring
WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page defeated Raven and Chris Benoit at 17:12 by pinning Raven with a Diamond Cutter off the top onto a table set up in the ring after knocking Benoit off the top as Benoit attempted to superplex Raven onto DDP, laid across the table; after the match, Hammer pulled Raven out of the ring and carried him backstage as Benoit pulled DDP to his feet
The Giant defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash via disqualification at 6:35 when, as Giant attempted a powerbomb on Nash, Brian Adams interfered and hit Giant in the back with a baseball bat; pre-match stipulations stated the powerbomb was allowed for one night only; after the match, Konnan and Vincent joined in attacking Giant before he broke the bat and laid them out; moments later, Nash broke a second bat over the Giant, with the nWo then leaving ringside as Giant got back up to his feet; Scott Norton appeared ringside after the match but did not get in the ring to face the Giant
Bret Hart defeated Curt Hennig (w/ Rick Rude) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 13:50; immediately after the match, Rude attacked Hart from behind, with he and Hennig double teaming Hart; Rude then dropped Hart with the Rude Awakening before Hennig threw a steel chair down on top of Bret, placed a foot on his chest, and posed; moments later, the two blocked the trainer from checking on Hart (The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect)
WCW World Champion Sting pinned WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall (w/ Dusty Rhodes) at 8:29 with the Scorpion Death Drop after avoiding the Outsider's Edge; after the bout, Rhodes climbed into the ring, with Sting dropping the belt and giving Rhodes a crotch chop
Hulk Hogan fought Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) to a no contest in a steel cage match at around the 15-minute mark when - after Ed Leslie attacked the two referees at ringside - WCW World Champion Sting came down from the rafters to even the odds for Savage; after the two pairs matched off, Savage eventually jumped Sting from behind and laid him out with two piledrivers before spitting at Hogan and leaving the cage

Uncensored 99 - Louisville, KY - Freedom Hall - March 14, 1999 (15,930; 15,334 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included the announcement from WCW.com that the main event would be a first blood match as well as a steel cage match:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman pinned Mikey Whipwreck at 15:00 with the Shooting Star Press (Whipwreck's surprise debut)
Stevie Ray pinned Vincent at 6:30 with the Slapjack as Vincent attempted to hit Stevie with the slapjack foreign object, slid in the ring by Horace late in the bout; before leaving ringside, Horace told the camera he didn't care who won because he was the real leader of nWo black & white; due to pre-match stipulations, Stevie became the leader of the black & white faction
Kevin Nash (w/ Lex Luger & Elizabeth) pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 6:18 with a boot to the face, powerbomb, and grabbing the tights for leverage after Luger tripped Mysterio as he ran the ropes
Jerry Flynn defeated Ernest Miller & Sonny Onoo in a handicap match at 7:06 by pinning Onoo after an Irish whip by Flynn knocked Miller into Onoo in the corner, sending Onoo over the top into the ring
Hak defeated Raven (w/ Chastity) and Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match at 14:28 by pinning Raven after Chastity used the fire extinguisher on her brother and landed a headbutt to his groin
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko (w/ Arn Anderson) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Curt Hennig & Barry Windham in a lumberjack match to win the titles at 15:57 when Benoit pinned Hennig with the diving headbutt after Arn Anderson interfered and hit Hennig in the back of the head with a tire iron after Hennig knocked Anderson off the apron; lumberjacks for the match - armed with leather straps - included Norman Smiley, Chris Adams, Prince Iaukea, Hugh Morrus, Bobby Duncum Jr., Kenny Kaos, Kendall Windham, & Meng; at the 1-minute mark, Anderson appeared ringside and, after speaking with Adams, took Adams' spot as a lumberjack
Perry Saturn pinned Chris Jericho in a dog collar match with the Death Valley Driver at 11:50 after avoiding a crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, Jericho was escorted ringside by Ralphus but then sent Ralphus backstage when Ralphus refused to work the match in Jericho's place
Booker T pinned WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Buff Bagwell) to win the title at 13:30 when Bagwell accidentally hit Steiner over the head with a steel chair when Booker moved out of the way, with Booker then dropping Bagwell before making the cover
Ric Flair pinned WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan at 14:18 with the figure-4 to win the title in a steel cage first blood match after Arn Anderson came ringside, jumped David Flair and Torrie Wilson, both of whom appeared mid-way through the bout, and handed Flair a tire iron to hit Hogan with; prior to the bout, Flair grabbed the mic and told referee Charles Robinson he didn't want him stopping the bout because of a scratch and would leave it to Robinson's discretion; Flair bled profusely from the forehead within the first 5 minutes but the match continued, with Hogan bleeding as well late in the match; despite Hogan being the heel and Flair the face, they worked opposite styles with Flair emerging as the heel; pre-match stipulations stated if Hogan won, Flair would be forced to retire; due to pre-match stipulations, Flair was named WCW President for life

Uncensored 00 - Miami, FL - American Airlines Arena - March 19, 2000 (5,000; 2,543 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - included Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, & Mark Madden on commentary; featured opening footage of Ric Flair, Lex Luger, and Elizabeth arriving to the arena, Hulk Hogan speaking backstage with WCW World Champion Sid Vicious, WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett arriving with Ron & Don Harris, and a black limo pulling into the arena; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Bam Bam Bigelow regarding his match later in the show against the Wall; featured a backstage segment with Booker T, Billy Kidman, and Torrie Wilson; included a backstage segment with David Flair, Crowbar, & Daffney in which Flair told Daffney to stay backstage; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Brian Knobbs regarding the injuries to Bigelow and Crowbar, with Knobbs dedicating his match to them; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Stevie Ray & Big T, alongside J Biggs & Cash, regarding their match later in the show against Booker T & Billy Kidman; featured a backstage promo by Vampiro regarding his match later in the show against Fit Finlay; included the Harris Twins speaking backstage with Jarrett regarding the Harris' match later in the night against WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull; included a backstage promo by Finlay regarding his match earlier in the show against Vampiro in which he said Vampiro had earned his respect; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Flair, Luger, and Elizabeth regarding Flair's match later in the show against Hogan and Luger's match against Sting; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Dustin Rhodes regarding his match later in the show against Terry Funk in a bullrope match; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Vicious regarding his upcoming match with Jarrett; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Tank Abbott regarding him knocking out Doug Dillinger earlier in the show; featured Mike Graham speaking backstage with Viscious, telling him he was up next when Sid thought his match was going on last:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion the Artist (w/ Paisley) pinned Psychosis (w/ Juventud Guerrera) at 7:22 with the jumping DDT off the middle turnbuckle after the challenger became distracted by Paisley; during the opening moments of the bout, Chris Candido appeared, joined the commentary team, and said he would be the future cruiserweight champion (Candido's debut)
Norman Smiley & the Demon defeated Lane & Rave at 3:40 when Rave submitted to Smiley's Crossface Chickenwing; prior to the bout, Miss Hancock appeared and joined the commentary team, with Lane & Rave then cutting an in-ring promo saying they were done with her; during the match, Hancock said she had a new team in Silver King & El Dandy; Smiley wore KISS makeup for the bout; after the contest, Lane & Rave grabbed Hancock and blamed her for the loss until Demon & Smiley brought her back to the ring where she, referee Billy Silverman, and Smiley did the Big Wiggle
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated the Wall via disqualification at 3:34 when the Wall hit a chokeslam on Bigelow through a table; after the match, David Flair & Crowbar attacked the Wall, with Wall following Crowbar backstage as Bigelow was placed on a stretcher; moments later, the Wall and Crowbar were shown above the entrance, where the Wall dropped Crowbar with a chokeslam through the stage below; Crowbar was then placed on a stretcher and led to an ambulance backstage, with Flair and Daffney close behind, as Booker T, Lash LaRoux, Paul Orndorff, and other wrestlers looked on
Brian Knobbs defeated WCW Hardcore Champions Shannon Moore & Shane Helms in an elimination match to win the title at 7:00; Helms wore a face mask to protect a broken nose; Knobbs pinned Helms at 3:01 after laying a steel chair across Helms' face and hitting it with a mop handle; Knobbs pinned Karagias on the floor at 4:16 with a powerbomb from the ring through a table on the floor; Moore pinned Knobbs at 5:43 after Karagias hit a dropkick off the top as Knobbs had Moore up, with Knobbs falling across a table and Moore falling on top; the match continued since Knobbs' foot was on the bottom rope during the cover; Knobbs pinned Moore with a splash off the middle turnbuckle using a trashcan
Booker T & Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) defeated Stevie Ray & Big T (w/ J Biggs & Cash) at 6:58 when Kidman pinned Big T following a sunset flip off the top / Harlem side kick combo; Biggs provided guest commentary for the match
Vampiro pinned Fit Finlay in a falls count anywhere match inside the fan entrance of the arena at 8:44 with the Nail in the Coffin; prior to the bout, it was announced Bam Bam Bigelow suffered a dislocated shoulder and Crowbar suffered a bruised hip and cracked ribs and both men sustained concussions as a result of the earlier attack by the Wall
Ron & Don Harris defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Disco Inferno) to win the titles in a No DQ match at 8:46 when Vito was pinned following the H-Bomb after Vito, Johnny, and Disco were all hit with one of the title belts; during the bout, Disco joined the commentary team until interfering late in the contest
Dustin Rhodes pinned Terry Funk in a bullrope match at 9:02 following a piledriver onto the cow bell; prior to the match, Funk came out with a chicken and then said he brought Dustin's little brother with him, with a man in a chicken suit then appearing and Dustin chasing after until Funk jumped Rhodes; the man in the chicken suit later returned with Rhodes beating him up; late in the bout, Funk grabbed the mic and said he was changing the match to an I Quit match, with Funk then forcing Rhodes to submit but the referee not recognizing it because Funk didn't have the authority to change the rules; after the match, Rhodes continued to attack Funk but Funk eventually cleared him from ringside
Sting defeated Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) in a lumberjack match at 7:00 with the Scorpion Death Drop after Vampiro hit Luger in the leg with a baseball bat as Sting was in the Torture Rack; initial lumberjacks for the bout featured all the men Luger had broken the arms of: Jimmy Hart, Vampiro, Fit Finlay, WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs, Curt Hennig, and Doug Dillinger; prior to the match, Luger cut an in-ring promo apologizing to the men he injured before then introducing his own lumberjacks: Hugh Morrus, Big T, Stevie Ray, Cash, and WCW Tag Team Champions Ron & Don Harris; all the lumberjacks wore casts on their arms; mid-way in the match, Tank Abbott came out, knocked out Dillinger, and then left ringside; moments later, the lumberjacks - save Vampiro - began brawling their way backstage as Dillinger was helped back; with only Vampiro left at ringside, Ric Flair came out, threw Vampiro into the guard rail, but was then knocked back to the floor by Sting; Hart then returned and dragged an interfering Elizabeth backstage, threatening her with Hulk Hogan's weightlifting belt; after the bout, Sting and Vampiro hugged
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Madajah, Tylene Buck, & Shakira) at 7:36 after Hulk Hogan interfered and hit the legdrop on Jarrett; early in the bout, WCW Tag Team Champions Ron & Don Harris attacked Sid in the ring and remained ringside to be in Jarrett's corner; late in the match, referee Slick Johnson appeared to make the cover after Jarrett hit Sid over the head with his guitar but Hulk Hogan pulled the referee out of the ring and laid out Jarrett; after the bout, Scott Steiner attacked Hogan from behind, with the Harris twins double teaming Hogan until Sid cleared the ring; moments later, Ric Flair came out to immediately start his scheduled match with Hogan (Steiner's surprise return after a 2-month absence)
Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Ric Flair in a strap match at 14:26 with the leg drop after kicking an interfering Lex Luger in the face; mid-way in the match, Luger and Elizabeth appeared as Hogan battled Flair near the entrance way, with Luger hitting Hogan over the head with a steel chair before returning backstage; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would be the one to touch all four corners but Hogan only touched 3 before pinning Flair

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