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WCW
2000-01

WCW @ Greenville, SC - BiLo Center - January 3, 2000
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Ron & Don Harris defeated Buzzkill & Mike Rotunda
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Kevin Nash & Scott Steiner defeated JC Ice & Wolfie D
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: David Flair & Crowbar defeated Lash Laroux & Midnight
Tank Abbott defeated Lex Luger via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Buff Bagwell & Vampiro defeated Norman Smiley & Asya
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Semi-Finals: Kevin Nash & Scott Steiner defeated Ron & Don Harris
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Semi-Finals: David Flair & Crowbar defeated Buff Bagwell & Vampiro
Sid Vicious defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification in a powerbomb match
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament - Lethal Lottery: Finals: David Flair & Crowbar defeated Kevin Nash & Scott Steiner to win the titles; Arn Anderson was the guest referee for the match

WCW @ Florence, SC - Civic Center - January 4, 2000
Thunder - 1/6/00:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Madusa defeated Asya
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr., JC Ice & Wolfie D
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley in a bunkhouse match; only the US title was at stake
Midnight pinned Stevie Ray
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Kevin Nash via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar defeated Billy Kidman & Konnan
Terry Funk fought WCW World Champion Bret Hart to a no contest in a non-title hardcore match

WCW @ Rock Hill, SC - Winthrop Coliseum - January 5, 2000 (1,746)
Worldwide - 1/8/00:
Jerry Flynn pinned Frankie Lancaster with a spin kick at 3:28
Brian Knobbs & Fit Finlay defeated Disorderly Conduct in a hardcore match at 2:28 when Knobbs pinned Tom after using a trashcan lid to hit a splash off the top
WCW Saturday Night - 1/8/00:
Curt Hennig pinned David Sierra with the Hennig Plex
Lash Leroux pinned Al Green with the Whiplash
Kid Romeo defeated Mike Sanders via submission with the Romeo Recliner
Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn (w/ Shane Douglas) defeated Villanos IV & V when V submitted to Malenko's Texas Cloverleaf
La Parka pinned Adrian Boyd with a top rope corckscrew spin kick
The Mamalukes (w/ Tony Marinara) defeated Disorderly Conduct when Vito scored the pin with a DDT
Booker T (w/ Midnight) pinned Chris Williams with the 110th St. Slam
Disco Inferno (w/ the Mamalukes & Tony Marinara) pinned Scott Armstrong after hitting him with Vito's brass knuckles
WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar defeated Steve Regal & Dave Taylor when Flair pinned Taylor after Crowbar hit him with a crowbar
Worldwide - 1/15/00:
Berlyn pinned Steve Armstrong with the neckbreaker at 1:54
David Flair & Crowbar fought the Texas Hangmen to a no contest
WCW Saturday Night - 1/15/00:
The Wall pinned Frankie Lancaster with a boot to the face
Elix Skipper pinned Mark Jindrak with a missile dropkick
Silver King pinned Barry Horowitz with a moonsault
Alan Funk pinned Sonny Siaki with a reverse powerbomb
3 Count defeated PG-13 when Evan Karagias pinned JC Ice with a corckscrew moonsault
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Madusa (w/ Spice) pinned a man from the crowd with a German suplex into a bridge
Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko (w/ Shane Douglas & Asya) defeated Villanos IV & V in a No DQ match when Saturn applied the Rings of Saturn at the same time Malenko applied the Texas Cloverleaf
Norman Smiley defeated Bobby Eaton in a hardcore match
Worldwide - 1/29/00: Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kid Romeo

WCW @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - January 6, 2000 (3,358; 2,290 paid)
Evan Karagias defeated Villano IV
The Maestro defeated Villano V
Jerry Flynn defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out
WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar defeated Ron & Don Harris
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett in a non-title guitar on a pole match
Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Asya
Meng (sub. for Sting) defeated Lex Luger
WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Ric Flair via submission with the Sharpshooter after Curt Hennig interfered

WCW @ Lowell, MA - Tsongas Arena - January 7, 2000 (4,268; 3,321 paid)
Featured an in-ring performance by 3 Count during intermissiong which was interrupted by Sid Vicious, with Vicious then hitting the powerbomb on Evan Karagias
Evan Karagias (w/ Shane Helms & Shannon Moore) pinned Villano IV with a twisting top rope splash
The Maestro defeated Villano V via submission with the STF after a spinebuster
Jerry Flynn defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via referee's count in a last man standing match after hitting a low blow
WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar fought Ron & Don Harris to a no contest; the challengers originally won the match and titles after using brass knuckles but another referee appeared and told the official what happened, with the match then being thrown out
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett in a non-title guitar on a pole match after hitting the Shattered Dreams in the corner; after the bout, Rhodes accidentally hit the referee with the guitar before hitting Jarrett with the title belt
Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Asya
Meng (sub. for Sting) pinned Lex Luger with the Tongan Death Grip
Sid Vicious defeated WCW World Champion Bret Hart via disqualification when WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett attacked Vicious after Hart sustained the chokeslam

WCW @ Utica, NY - Memorial Auditorium - January 8, 2000 (3,826; 2,895 paid)
3 Count gave a performance during intermission until Sid Vicious interrupted and hit the powerbomb on Evan Karagias
Evan Karagias (w/ Shane Helms & Shannon Moore) pinned Villano IV with a twisting splash off the top
The Maestro defeated Villano V via submission with the STF following a spinebuster
Jerry Flynn defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out in a last man standing match after landing a low blow
WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar fought Ron & Don Harris to a no contest; the challengers originally won the match and titles after using brass knuckles but another referee told the official what happened and the match was thrown out
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett in a non-title guitar on a pole match after hitting the Shattered Dreams in the corner; after the match, Rhodes accidentally hit the referee with the guitar while aiming for Jarrett but then laid Jarrett out with the title belt
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Asya defeated Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn when Guerrero pinned Saturn with the tornado DDT
Meng (sub. for Sting) pinned Lex Luger with the Tongan Death Grip
Sid Vicious defeated WCW World Champion Bret Hart via disqualification when WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett attacked the challenger after Hart sustained the chokeslam

WCW @ State College, PA - Bryce Jordan Center - January 9, 2000 (2,400; 1,259 paid)
3 Count gave a performance during intermission until Sid Vicious interrupted and hit the powerbomb on Evan Karagias
Evan Karagias (w/ Shane Helms & Shannon Moore) pinned Villano IV with a twisting splash off the top
The Maestro defeated Villano V via submission with the STF following a spinebuster
Jerry Flynn defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out in a last man standing match after landing a low blow
WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar fought Ron & Don Harris to a no contest; the challengers originally won the match and titles after using brass knuckles but another referee told the official what happened and the match was thrown out
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett in a non-title guitar on a pole match after hitting the Shattered Dreams in the corner; after the match, Rhodes accidentally hit the referee with the guitar while aiming for Jarrett but then laid Jarrett out with the title belt
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Asya defeated Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn after Jim Duggan interfered and hit Saturn with his 2x4
Meng (sub. for Sting) pinned Lex Luger with the Tongan Death Grip
Sid Vicious defeated WCW World Champion Bret Hart via disqualification when WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett attacked the challenger after Hart sustained the chokeslam

WCW @ Buffalo, NY - Marine Midland Arena - January 10, 2000 (8,990; 5,338 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar defeated Konnan & Billy Kidman and Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko in a falls count anywhere match
George Steele (mystery opponent) pinned WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett in a non-title bunkhouse match; Chris Benoit was the guest referee for the match
Tito Santana (mystery opponent) pinned WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett in a non-title dungeon match; Chris Benoit was the guest referee for the match
Jimmy Snuka (mystery opponent) pinned WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett in a non-title steel cage match; Chris Benoit was the guest referee for the match
Kevin Nash fought WCW World Champion Bret Hart to a no contest (Hart's last match)

WCW @ Erie, PA - Civic Center - January 11, 2000 (3,947)
Thunder - 1/12/00:
Vampiro defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Crowbar
Brian Knobbs defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley to win the title
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Madusa defeated Oklahoma in an evening gown match
Booker T defeated Stevie Ray and Midnight in an elimination match
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Kanyon in a champagne on a pole match
Kevin Nash & WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Sid Vicious & Chris Benoit

WCW @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center - January 14, 2000 (5,970)
Disco Inferno pinned Lash LeRoux with the Last Dance
Kaz Hayashi pinned Evan Karagias with a springboard DDT
Midnight pinned Stevie Ray after Booker T interfered
Chris Benoit pinned Rick Steiner with the diving headbutt
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Buff Bagwell with the Diamond Cutter
Sid Vicious pinned Randy Savage (sub. for WCW World Champion Bret Hart) with the chokeslam

Souled Out 00 - Cincinnati, OH - Firstar Center - January 16, 2000 (14,132)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; included an opening announcement that WCW World Champion Bret Hart and WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett were out due to injury and Chris Benoit would face Sid Vicious - Hart's scheduled opponent - for the vacant world title; following the announcement, footage was shown of Hart's injury against Bill Goldberg sustained at Starrcade and Jarrett's injury sustained the previous Monday following a diving headbutt off a steel cage from Benoit; due to the changes, the scheduled Triple Threat Theatre contest between Benoit and Jarrett was changed to Billy Kidman going through a gauntlet against Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, and a mystery opponent; featured footage from the pre-game show of Shane Douglas, Malenko, and Saturn attacking Konnan backstage; the show was to have included Malenko, Saturn, & a mystery partner against Kidman, Konnan, & Rey Mysterio Jr. but was scrapped due to injuries to Konnan and Mysterio; included footage from the pre-game show of WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar attacking Vampiro backstage, with Vampiro then challenging the champions to a handicap match instead of facing Flair one-on-one as scheduled; featured footage of Buff Bagwell arriving to the building; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Big Vito, Johnny the Bull, Tony Mamaluke, & Disco Inferno regarding their upcoming match against Ron & Don Harris; featured a backstage segment with WCW Cruiserweight Champion Madusa and Spice in which they discussed Madusa's upcoming match against Oklahoma; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs regarding his title defense later in the show, during which Knobbs praised Fit Finlay for his inspiration that led him to the title; included a vignette of Stevie Ray in the ghetto in which he met with neighbors and said Booker T was trying to forget where he came from; featured Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Stevie Ray about the footage; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Vicious regarding his match later in the night against Benoit for the vacant WCW World Title; included Hudson conducting a backstage interview with Arn Anderson regarding Kevin Nash winning the commissioner role and his referee job later in the show between Chris Benoit and Sid Vicious:
Billy Kidman defeated Dean Malenko in a catch-as-catch-can match at 2:34 when Malenko slid out to the floor to regroup; stipulations for the match stated it would end via pinfall, submission, or when an opponent's feet touched the floor; during Kidman's entrance, Bobby Heenan mentioned on commentary that he saw Pete Rose before the show and when Heenan said it was going to be a great pay-per-view, Rose responded with "Wanna bet?"; the finish was not the one planned - Malenko forgot the stipulation; the bell did not ring until several moments after Malenko hit the floor, walked down the aisle, and returned to the ring
Vampiro defeated WCW Tag Team Champion David Flair and WCW Tag Team Champion Crowbar (w/ Daffney) at 10:31 by pinning Flair with the Nail in the Coffin after Flair collided with Daffney in the corner; prior to the bout, Scott Hudson conducted a backstage interview with Vampiro regarding the match, during which Masahiro Chono interrupted, grabbed the mic, and cut his own promo before Vampiro confronted him; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Daffney, WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar (Chono's surprise return)
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Disco Inferno) defeated Ron & Don Harris at 9:32 when Vito scored the pin after Disco went to shove Vito off the top, with Vito then falling off and landing a clothesline onto one of the Harris brothers; during the match, there was a noticable "DOA" chant from the crowd; after the bout, Vito congratulated with Disco, not realizing Disco attempted to cost him the match
Oklahoma pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Madusa (w/ Spice) to win the title at 2:56 with a roll up and grabbing her tights for leverage; prior to the match, Oklahoma appeared in possession of the title belt, which he stole the previous Monday, and cut an in-ring promo against women; after the bout, Asya - who appeared ringside late in the bout - and Spice held Oklahoma as Madusa poured barbecue sauce down his tights
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs defeated Fit Finlay, Norman Smiley, and Meng at 6:10 by pinning Smiley after hitting him in the face with a police shield as Smiley came off the top; after the match, Smiley and Meng hugged, with Meng then throwing Smiley over the top; moments later, Finlay and Knobbs celebrated and left ringside together
Billy Kidman pinned Perry Saturn in a bunkhbouse match at 10:04 by reversing a powerbomb attempt into a facebuster after backdropping Saturn off the top
Booker T defeated Stevie Ray via disqualification at 6:28 when Tony Norris appeared and attacked Booker T, with he helping double team Booker; prior to the bout, Booker was escorted to the ring by Midnight and cut an in-ring promo on Stevie Ray, saying their relationship was over; after the bout, Stevie Ray dropped Booker with the Slapjack while Norris hit the Tiger Bomb; moments later, Stevie Ray cut an in-ring promo on Midnight and introduced Norris as "Big T;" Big T then referred to Midnight as a piece of fish, with Stevie saying they were the new Harlem Heat; there were numerous chants of "Ahmed" after the match (Norris' surprise debut)
Tank Abbott defeated Jerry Flynn in a shoot fight rules match at 1:38 following a blow to the back of the head as Abbott had Flynn face down on the mat; stipulations stated the match could only end via submission or with the referee's standing 10 count, however the match ended after the referee raised Flynn's hand three times and it hit the mat
Buff Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page in a last man standing match at 11:37 when, after sustaining the Diamond Cutter, Bagwell reached his feet first after Page was repeatedly hit with a nightstick by Bagwell; during the closing moments, Kimberly appeared ringside and - after DDP attacked Bagwell from behind - went backstage with her husband
The Wall (mystery opponent) pinned Billy Kidman in a steel cage match at 5:02 with a chokeslam after catching Kidman coming off the top; prior to the bout, Shane Douglas appeared and introduced Kidman's opponent and referred to Kidman as a "cock ... roach"
Kevin Nash pinned Terry Funk in a streetfight at 8:02 after a powerbomb across a steel chair laid across two folded steel chairs; pre-match stipulations stated Nash would win Funk's commissioner job effective at midnight if he won and the nWo would be forced to disband if Funk won; the nWo was barred from ringside for the duration of the match; within the first 2 minutes of the match, Nash dropped Funk with a powerbomb through the commentary table; moments later, Nash grabbed the mic and said he would let Funk keep his commissioner job if he could crawl back in the ring; after Funk did, Nash admitted to being a liar; Funk was booed and Nash cheered for the match
Chris Benoit (sub. for WCW World Heavyweight Champion Bret Hart) defeated Sid Vicious via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 14:50 after avoiding a chokeslam; due to pre-match stipulations, Benoit won the vacated WCW World Heavyweight Title; Arn Anderson was the guest referee for the bout; moments prior to the finish, Sid hit the chokeslam but Anderson refused to make the 3-count since Benoit's foot was underneath the bottom rope; during the Crossface, Sid's foot was also underneath the rope but Anderson didn't see it; during the bout, Perry Saturn, Asya, WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar, Big Vito & Johnny the Bull, Charles Robinson, Disco Inferno, Meng, Daffney, the Wall, WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobs, Fit Finley, and several others watched on from the entranceway (Benoit's last match in WCW) (Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)

WCW @ Columbus, OH - Value City Arena - January 17, 2000 (10,646; 8,150 paid)
Monday Nitro - 2-hour edition; hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay; included a statement by Arn Anderson, who admitted he blew the call the night before during the Chris Benoit vs. Sid Vicious match for the vacant WCW World Title, that Sid's foot was underneath the bottom rope as he submitted, and that Benoit's title victory no longer stood; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Booker T & Midnight on Stevie Ray's decision to allign with Big T; included new WCW Commissioner Kevin Nash, now employing Ron & Don Harris as bodyguards, being introduced to Tylene Buck (Major Gunns), April Hunter, Shakira, and Midajah as the nWo's new lady friends; featured Scott Steiner, accompanied by Pamela Paulshock & Midajah, attacking the Ohio State Buckeyes' mascot, with Steiner then mocking the OSU football team before reciting the Michigan Wolverines' fight song; moments later, Steiner attacked a "fan" in the front row before daring anyone to come fight him; included the entire WCW roster coming to the ring as Nash gave a speech from the entrance stage, in which he called the roster a bunch of underachievers, awarded Jeff Jarrett the vacant WCW US Title, and claimed rectal exams would be given before every match, everyone would share the same locker room, Nash was to be referred to as "Lord Master," and he would decide the fate of the WCW World Title at a later date; Sid Vicious was shown watching from the locker room:
Billy Kidman pinned Psychosis at 6:51 after countering a powerbomb into a facebuster, moments after Kidman kicked out of the legdrop off the top
Big T (w/ Stevie Ray) pinned Booker T at 1:39 in an impromptu match after hitting him with a slapjack stored in his fanny pack; prior to the match, Stevie Ray invited Booker to the ring and offered to give him another chance, with Booker decking Big T in response; the two competed in street clothes
Vampiro pinned Disco Inferno (w/ Big Vito & Johnny the Bull) at 3:52 with the Nail in the Coffin
WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar (w/ Daffney) defeated Shane Helms & Shannon Moore (w/ Evan Karagias) at 3:02 when Crowbar pinned Helms with a reverse DDT; during the bout, Lenny Lane & Lodi, alongside Miss Hancock, came ringside and took notes
Tank Abbott defeated the Maestro (w/ Symphany) in a Shoot Fighting Rules Match at the 12-second mark via knockout with a punch to the back of the head; after the bout, Abbott had a staredown with Norman Smiley and Meng at ringside
Masahiro Chono & Super J defeated Rick Steiner & Mike Rotundo (w/ Leia Meow) at 9:09 when Chono pinned Rotundo after Super J reversed Rotundo's inside cradle (Chono's return after an 18-month absence)
Sid Vicious pinned the Wall at 2:53 with a chokeslam; after the bout, on orders from WCW Commissioner Kevin Nash, the trio of Disco Inferno, Big Vito, & Johnny the Bull hit the ring and attacked Vicious, with Johnny & Vito each sustaining Sid's powerbomb
Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 3:06 after smashing a champagne bottle over Bigelow's head that the interfering Chris Kanyon & J Biggs brought to the ring
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Buff Bagwell at 7:29 with the Diamond Cutter as Bagwell was tending to special referee Kimberly, who had been knocked down

WCW @ Evansville, IN - Roberts Municipal Stadium - January 18, 2000 (2,726)
Thunder - 1/19/00:
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated WCW Tag Team Champions David Flair & Crowbar to win the titles
Jim Duggan fought Curt Hennig to a no contest
Psychosis defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Lash Laroux
Billy Kidman defeated TAFKA Prince Iaukea
The Wall defeated Berlyn
Madusa defeated Sherri Martel
Jerry Flynn defeated Fit Finlay
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Kanyon
Sid Vicious & Lex Luger defeated Booker T & Big T

WCW @ Cape Girardeau, MO - January 19, 2000 (1,218)
Worldwide - 1/22/00: Chuck Palumbo defeated Rick Cornell
WCW Saturday Night - 1/22/00:
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Scott Armstrong
Buzzkill defeated Chris Harris
Meng defeated Fidel Sierra
Chuck Palumbo defeated Mike Sanders
Al Green defeated Frankie Lancaster
The Texas Outlaws defeated Mickey Ray & Ron Rage
Sid Vicious defeated the Texas Outlaws
Sonny Siaki defeated Elix Skipper
Disco Inferno (w/ the Mamalukes) defeated Mike Ashmore (w/ Ken Gibbons)
David Flair & Crowbar (w/ Daffney) defeated PG-13 when Crowbar pinned Wolfie D
Worldwide - 1/29/00: The Barbarian defeated Tracy Smothers
WCW Saturday Night - 1/29/00:
Kid Romeo defeated Tommy Rogers
Lord Steven Regal (w/ Dave Taylor) defeated Rob Williams
Rick Cornell defeated Mark Jindrak
Al Green defeated Adrian Byrd
La Parka & Silver King defeated Villano IV & V when La Parka pinned V
Kaz Hayashi defeated Lash Leroux
The Demon defeated Bobby Eaton
Norman Smiley defeated Dave Burkhead
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Kory Williams & Ashley Hudson when Vito pinned Hudson
Worldwide - 2/5/00:
Bobby Walker defeated Barry Horowitz
The Demon defeated Rick Cornell

WCW @ Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center - January 24, 2000 (12,106)
Jim Duggan defeated Disco Inferno
Christopher Daniels defeated Mike Henderson
Monday Nitro:
WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament: Psychosis pinned Kaz Hayashi
The Wall pinned Kid Romeo
Norman Smiley defeated Shannon Moore
Tank Abbott defeated Al Greene
Terry Funk defeated Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match
Sid Vicious pinned Don Harris
Billy Kidman pinned Vampiro
Lex Luger defeated Booker T
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Fit Finlay & WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs
Sid Vicious pinned Kevin Nash at 6:19 after fighting off an interfering WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett and smashing Jarrett's guitar over Nash's head as referee Charles Robinson was knocked down, then, once Robinson came to his senses, acting like he himself was hit by the guitar before slowly crawling over and making the cover; stipulations stated the winner would win the vacant WCW World Title; after the match, confetti fell from the rafters (The Very Best of Nitro)

WCW @ Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena - January 25, 2000 (6,323)
Thunder - 1/26/00:
The Maestro defeated Norman Smiley in a hardcore match
WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament: TAFKA Prince Iaukea pinned Kid Romeo
Terry Funk pinned the Demon
Lex Luger defeated Buff Bagwell via disqualification
Disco Inferno, WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias
Booker T pinned Jerry Flynn
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Fit Finlay in a hardcore match
Sid Vicious defeated Kevin Nash and Ron Harris in a steel cage match by forcing Nash to submit to the Crippler Crossface; due to pre-match stipulations, Vicious won the WCW World Title

WCW @ Nashville, TN - January 28, 2000 (2,019)
Disco Inferno defeated the Maestro
The Wall defeated Dustin Rhodes and Berlyn in an elimination match
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs (w/ Fit Finlay) defeated Norman Smiley
Billy Kidman defeated Vampiro
Meng defeated Lex Luger
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Ron & Don Harris and David Flair & Crowbar
Kevin Nash (w/ Jeff Jarrett) defeated Ric Flair via reverse decision

WCW @ Johnson City, TN - January 29, 2000 (2,623)
Disco Inferno pinned the Maestro
The Wall defeated Dustin Rhodes and Berlyn in an elimination match
Billy Kidman defeated Vampiro; due to pre-match stipulations, Kidman became the #1 contender for the WCW US Title
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs pinned Crowbar after Fit Finlay interfered
Meng pinned Lex Luger with the Tongan Death Grip
WCW Tag Team Champions the Mamalukes defeated Ron & Don Harris and David Flair & Crowbar
Kevin Nash (w/ Jeff Jarrett) defeated Ric Flair via reverse decision when Nash awarded the match to himself after Flair used the banned figure-4

WCW @ Wilkes-Barre, PA - First Union Arena - January 31, 2000 (7,514)
Monday Nitro WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament: Lash Leroux pinned Evan Karagias
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito and Johnny the Bull defeated David Flair and Crowbar in a streetfight match
Booker T fought Big T to a no contest
Billy Kidman pinned the Wall
Lex Luger fought WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs to a no contest
Norman Smiley defeated Shane Helms
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Disco Inferno
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett, Ron & Don Harris defeated WCW World Champion Sid Vicious, Terry Funk, & Ric Flair

WCW @ Binghamton, NY - Broome County Arena - February 1, 2000 (2,323)
Thunder - 2/2/00:
Norman Smiley defeated the Demon
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Mike Rotunda in a submission match
WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament: Shannon Moore pinned Shane Helms with a backslide; Evan Karagias provided guest commentary for the match
The Wall defeated Vampiro and Billy Kidman
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Rick Steiner in a hardcore match
Diamond Dallas Page pinned the Machine
Tank Abbott defeated Villano IV & V in a handicap match
David Flair & Crowbar defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull in a non-title match
Worldwide - 2/12/00:
Lane & Lodi defeated Lash LeRoux & La Parka
Fit Finlay defeated Al Green

WCW @ Amherst, MA - February 2, 2000 (886)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Fit Finlay defeated Lord Steven Regal
2/5/00:
Lash Laroux defeated Silver King
Jim Duggan (w/ Pops) defeated Dave Burkhead
Bobby Walker defeated Jamie Howard
Lord Steven Regal defeated Fidel Sierra
Kid Romeo defeated Texas Outlaw #2 (w/ Texas Outlaw #1)
David Flair & Crowbar (w/ Daffney) defeated Disorderly Conduct when Crowbar pinned Tough Tom
TAFKA Prince Iaukea (w/ Paisley) defeated Jeremy Lopez
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore (w/ Evan Karagias) defeated PG-13 when Helms pinned JC Ice
The Demon defeated Yang
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Disco Inferno) defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong when Vito pinned Scott
2/12/00:
The Maestro (w/ Symphony) defeated Frankie Lancaster
Elix Skipper & Mark Jindrak defeated Power Company when Skipper scored the pin
Disco Inferno (w/ Big Vito & Johnny the Bull) defeated Barry Horowitz
Buzzkill defeated Bobby Eaton
Norman Smiley defeated Shark Boy
Evan Karagias (w/ Shane Helms & Shannon Moore) defeated Adrian Byrd
Lenny Lane & Idol defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Disco Inferno) via disqualification
Ron & Don Harris defeated Villano IV & V when Don pinned V
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Al Greene in a non-title match

WCW @ Charleston, SC - North Charleston Coliseum - February 3, 2000 (3,419)
Berlyn pinned Lash Laroux with the reverse neckbreaker
Billy Kidman pinned Disco Inferno with a sit-down powerbomb
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated David Flair & Crowbar (w/ Daffney) when Vito pinned Flair with an elbow off the top after Disco Inferno came out and hit Flair with a crowbar
Booker T pinned Stevie Ray with a reverse roll up out of the corner
Norman Smiley pinned Fit Finlay with a roll up
Brian Knobbs pinned Bam Bam Bigelow after hitting him with a street cone
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Kanyon (sub. for Buff Bagwell) with the Diamond Cutter at the 39-second mark; before the match, DDP said Kanyon could have Kimberly for the night if he couldn't beat him in a minute; after the bout, Kanyon challenged DDP to a rematch with Page again scoring the pin following the Diamond Cutter
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Jeff Jarrett via submission with the Crippler Crossface

WCW @ Columbia, SC - Civic Center - February 4, 2000 (2,187)
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Kanyon
Ron & Don Harris defeated Rick Steiner & Mike Rotunda
Prince Iaukea defeated the Maestro
Tank Abbott defeated Jerry Flynn
Billy Kidman defeated the Wall
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated David Flair & Crowbar
Ric Flair defeated Lex Luger

WCW @ Savannah, GA - Civic Center - February 5, 2000 (3,297)
Prince Iaukea defeated the Maestro
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated David Flair & Crowbar
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Kanyon; after the bout, the match was held again
Kanyon defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Billy Kidman defeated the Wall
Ron & Don Harris defeated Rick Steiner & Mike Rotunda
Ric Flair defeated Lex Luger

WCW @ Wichita, KS - February 6, 2000 (2,034)
Prince Iaukea defeated the Maestro
Rick Steiner & Mike Rotunda defeated Ron & Don Harris
Tank Abbott defeated Jerry Flynn in a shoot fight
Dustin Rhodes defeated Kanyon; the only way the match could end was via a finisher; after the bout, the match was held again
Kanyon defeated Dustin Rhodes; the only way the match could end was via a finisher
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated David Flair & Crowbar
Terry Funk defeated Ric Flair
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Lex Luger
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Tulsa, OK - Convention Center - February 7, 2000 (6,358)
Monday Nitro:
Norman Smiley defeated Evan Karagias
The Wall defeated Booker T
Tank Abbott defeated the Barbarian
David Flair defeated Terry Funk in an I Quit match
Stevie Ray defeated Disco Inferno
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs to win the title; Fit Finlay was the guest referee
Billy Kidman defeated the Demon
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Scott Hall

WCW @ Oklahoma City, OK - February 8, 2000 (7,124)
Thunder - 2/9/00:
WCW Cruiserweight Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Lash Laroux pinned Shannon Moore with a roll up
WCW Hardcore Champion Bam Bam Bigelow pinned the Demon
Booker T fought Stevie Ray to a no contest
Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) pinned Crowbar
Ron & Don Harris defeated WCW World Champion Sid Vicious & Terry Funk
Fit Finlay defeated Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Lane & Idol
Ric Flair pinned Dustin Rhodes
Scott Hall fought WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett to a no contest; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would earn a WCW World Title shot at SuperBrawl 2000; since there was no winner, both men were granted the title shot
WCW Worldwide - 2/19/00:
Ice Train defeated Bobby Walker
Mona defeated Rhonda Singh

WCW @ Hamburg, Germany - February 11, 2000 (6,500)
Booker T defeated Dustin Rhodes
Norman Smiley defeated Brian Knobbs
Terry Funk defeated David Flair
Fit Finlay defeated Scott Hall
Jim Duggan defeated the Wall
Berlyn defeated Vampiro
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Ron & Don Harris
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Oberhausen, Germany - February 12, 2000 (11,000)
Booker T defeated Stevie Ray
Jim Duggan defeated the Wall
Ron & Don Harris defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull to win the titles
Vampiro defeated David Flair
Norman Smiley defeated Dustin Rhodes via disqualification
Terry Funk & Norman Smiley defeated Dustin Rhodes & Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
Scott Hall defeated Fit Finlay
Berlyn defeated Tom Gerhardt
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Leipzig, Germany - February 13, 2000 (6,000)
Norman Smiley defeated David Flair
Jim Duggan defeated the Wall
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Ron & Don Harris to win the titles
Vampiro defeated Berlyn
Booker T defeated Stevie Ray
Scott Hall defeated Fit Finlay
Terry Funk defeated Dustin Rhodes and Brian Knobbs
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Uniondale, NY – Nassau Coliseum - February 14, 2000 (8,160; 5,586 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Norman Smiley & Lenny Lane defeated Evan Karagias, Shane Helms, & Shannon Moore in a handicap match
Tank Abbott defeated Rick Fuller
TAFKA Prince Iaukea & La Parka defeated Billy Kidman & Vampiro
Rhonda Singh defeated Monda; Madusa was the guest referee for the bout
Terry Funk defeated Lex Luger via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Big T & Stevie Ray and David Flair & Crowbar
WCW Hardcore Champion Bam Bam Bigelow defeated the Wall in a hardcore match
Dustin Rhodes defeated Kanyon
Booker T pinned the Demon with a sidewalk slam
Hulk Hogan defeated Ric Flair via disqualification
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated WCW World Champion Sid Vicious in a non-title match

WCW @ Philadelphia, PA - First Union Spectrum - February 15, 2000 (5,586)
Thunder - 2/16/00:
WCW Cruiserweight Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: TAFKA Prince Iaukea (w/ Paisley) pinned Kaz Hayashi (sub. for Psychosis) with a jumping DDT from the middle turnbuckle
The Wall pinned Norman Smiley; after the bout, the Wall hit a chokeslam on Smiley from the apron through a table
Tank Abbott defeated Van Hammer via KO
Ron & Don Harris defeated Vampiro & Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson)
Big Vito pinned Crowbar in a streetfight
Slick Johnson pinned Mickey Jay
Brian Knobbs pinned Fit Finlay in a cast match; Jimmy Hart was the guest referee
Ric Flair & Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) defeated Terry Funk & Dustin Rhodes
Worldwide - 2/26/00:
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore (w/ Evan Karagias) defeated Jamie Howard & Yang
Little Jeannie defeated Rhonda Singh
The Demon defeated Fidel Sierra

WCW @ Bethlehem, PA - Stabler Arena - February 16, 2000 (1,414)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
2/19/00 - included Scott Hudson & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; featured an in-ring promo by Jim Duggan regarding his taking the WCW TV title from the trash and naming himself the new champion, during which he issued an open challenge to anyone that wanted to try to take the belt from him; moments later, Robert Gibson came out to accept the challenge:
Ron & Don Harris defeated Rick Fuller & Chad Hart when Ron pinned Hart
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore (w/ Evan Karagias) defeated Disorderly Conduct when Shannon pinned Tough Tom
Kid Romeo defeated Jamie Howard
Vampiro defeated Kaz Hayashi
TAFKA Prince Iaukea (w/ Paisley) defeated Yang
Buff Bagwell defeated Al Green
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan pinned Robert Gibson at 3:50 with the running clothesline and Old Glory kneedrop after the referee took Duggan's 2x4 away from the challenger; after the bout, Lord Steven Regal interrupted Duggan's celebration, noting he himself was a four-time former champion and Duggan was an embarassment to the title; Regal then challenged Duggan for the title next week and was so confident that he would take the belt that he would put his own WCW career on the line
WCW Hardcore Champion Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Adrian Byrd in a hardcore match
Van Hammer defeated Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) via disqualification
2/26/00:
Disco Inferno (w/ Big Vito & Johnny the Bull) defeated Steve Armstrong
Dustin Rhodes defeated Bobby Eaton
The Demon defeated a member of Power Company (w/ the other member)
Tank Abbott defeated Villano IV
The Barbarian defeated Villano V
Fidel Sierra defeated Barry Horowitz
Sonny Siaki & Chuck Palumbo defeated Allan Funk & Rick Cornell when Palumbo pinned Funk
Shark Boy defeated Jeremy Lopez
Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) defeated Elix Skipper
Brian Knobbs defeated Dave Burkhead
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan defeated Lord Steven Regal; stipulations stated both Duggan's title and Regal's career were on the line in the contest (Regal's last appearance)
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Disco Inferno) defeated PG-13 when Vito pinned Wolfie D

SuperBrawl X - San Francisco, CA - Cow Palace - February 20, 2000 (8,569)
Pay-per-view bouts - included Tony Schiavone, Mark Madden, & Mike Tenay on commentary; featured Gene Okerlund backstage beside Commissioner Kevin Nash's office in which WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett and the Harris Boys, along with several women - two of which would later be known as Major Gunns and Madajah - with Jarrett saying he was acting commissioner since Nash wasn't in the building and lifted the ban on the Harris Boys so they would be in his corner for the night's main event; included Okerlund interviewing Brian Knobbs backstage about his match later in the show against Bam Bam Bigelow; featured a backstage segment where Ric Flair, Lex Luger, and Elizabeth were getting prepared for later in the night; included a look at a room backstage that had been blocked off, with Jarrett later telling the Harris Boys to find out who was in the room; featured Okerlund interviewing Ernest Miller backstage about whether or not James Brown was in the arena; included the Harris Boys trying to break into the unknown room without luck; featured Okerlund interviewing Stevie Ray, Big T, and J Biggs about Big T's match later in the show against Booker T; included Okerlund interviewing Booker regarding the match; featured Okerlund interviewing the Maestro & Symphony backstage in which the Maestro made a bet to Miller as to whether James Brown would be on the show; included Okerlund interviewing Disco Inferno & the Mamalukes about their match later in the show; featured Jeff Jarrett & the Harris Boys speaking backstage; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW World Champion Sid Vicious outside his locker room about his title defense later in the show; featured an in-ring segment where Ernest Miller introduced James Brown, with an imposter appearing until the Maestro & Symphony came out with the Maestro demanding Miller agree to the terms of their bet since he couldn't provide the real James Brown; moments later, the real James Brown appeared with his entourage, with Maestro falling to the mat in disbelief; Brown and Miller then took turns dancing in the ring to Brown's music until Brown put a robe on Miller's back; moments later, the two left together with Brown saying "I feel good!" and "Pappa's got a brand new bag!" over the mic; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Scott Hall outside his locker room regarding his match later in the show; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Ric Flair regarding his match with Terry Funk later in the show; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Hulk Hogan & Jimmy Hart regarding Hogan's match later in the show against Lex Luger:
WCW Cruiserweight Championship Tournament Finals: The Artist (w/ Paisley) pinned Lash Laroux at 5:47 to win the title with a jumping DDT off the top
Brian Knobbs pinned WCW Hardcore Champion Bam Bam Bigelow to win the title at 4:44 by pinning Bigelow on the floor after hitting him in the head with a trash can lid; Fit Finlay appeared early in the bout to support Knobbs
Shane Helms, Evan Karagias, & Shannon Moore defeated Norman Smiley in a handicap match at 4:05 when Smiley submitted to Moore's Boston Crab following a top rope splash from both Helms and Karagias; Smiley's ribs were heavily taped for the match after the attack he sustained from the Wall on Nitro
The Wall pinned the Demon with a chokeslam off the top at 3:22
Tank Abott defeated Big Al in a jacket on a pole match at 4:33 after dumping Al from the top rope to the floor
Big T (w/ Stevie Ray & J Biggs) pinned Booker T at 5:22 with a Tiger Bomb after Booker became distracted by an unknown man on the apron after the lights went out as Booker had Big T down following a missile dropkick; after the bout, J Biggs said the unknown man was the newest member of Harlem Heat Inc.
Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) pinned Vampiro at 7:19 with a modified reverse DDT off the top
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Disco Inferno) defeated David Flair & Crowbar (w/ Daffney) in a stretcher match at 11:20; Flair was taken backstage on the stretcher at the 8-minute mark after the champions taped him down to it; Crowbar was taped to the stretcher after Vito hit a splash off the top through a table at ringside; after the match, Vito, Johnny, & Disco grabbed Daffney and taped her to a wheelchair and took her backstage as well
Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk (w/ Dustin Rhodes) in a death match at 15:38 when Funk failed to meet the referee's standing 10-count after being pinned; Funk pinned Flair with a suplex on the floor 5:05; Flair defeated Funk via submission with the figure-4 7:46; Funk pinned Flair with a piledriver on the floor followed by a piledriver on the exposed concrete at 10:09; Flair pinned Funk at 15:06 after sending Funk off the top, as he attempted the moonsault, through a table set up in the ring
Hulk Hogan pinned Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) at 8:10 with the legdrop after hitting Luger with the cast on his arm; Jimmy Hart appeared in Hogan's corner at the 6-minute mark as Elizabeth attempted to use Luger's baseball bat; after the bout, Ric Flair and Luger attacked Hogan and Hart until Sting made the save with his baseball bat
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Ron & Don Harris) and Scott Hall in a No DQ match at 7:51 by pinning Hall with the chokeslam after hitting the move on Jarrett, moments after Roddy Piper - the mystery man in the blocked off room backstage - knocked out paid-off referee Mark Johnson and took over officiating duties

WCW @ Sacramento, CA - Arco Arena - February 21, 2000 (9,408)
Monday Nitro:
Billy Kidman fought Lash Laroux to a no contest
Vampiro defeated Fit Finlay
Booker T defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull via disqualification
WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea defeated La Parka
Dustin Rhodes & Terry Funk fought Ron & Don Harris to a no contest
Buff Bagwell defeated the Maestro
The Wall defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Hulk Hogan defeated Lex Luger via disqualification in a steel cage last man standing match

WCW @ Reno, NV - February 22, 2000 (3,777)
Thunder - 2/23/00:
Fit Finlay pinned Evan Karagias in a hardcore match
La Parka defeated Berlyn
Buff Bagwell pinned David Flair
Tank Abbott defeated Mike Jones via KO
Vampiro defeated Ric Flair via reverse decision
WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea (w/ Paisley) pinned Crowbar
The Wall pinned Disco Inferno
Ron & Don Harris defeated Booker T & Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson)
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) via disqualification in a non-title match
Worldwide - 3/4/00:
The Meastro defeated the Demon
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Lane & Lodi

WCW @ Winnipeg, Manitoba - Arena - February 26, 2000 (6,683)
WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea defeated Billy Kidman
Ron Harris defeated Mike Rotunda
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs & Fit Finlay defeated the Wall & Norman Smiley
Buff Bagwell defeated Curt Hennig
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Vampiro
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Lex Luger

WCW @ Duluth, MN - February 27, 2000 (2,079)
WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea defeated Billy Kidman
Norman Smiley defeated Fit Finlay
Rick Steiner & Mike Rotunda defeated Ron & Don Harris
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs defeated Bam Bam Bigelow and the Wall
Curt Hennig defeated Buff Bagwell
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Vampiro
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Lex Luger

WCW @ Minneapolis, MN - Target Center - February 28, 2000 (4,638)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi
Booker T fought Billy Kidman to a no contest
Evan Karagias, Shannon Moore, & Shane Helms defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs to win the title in a handicap match
Dustin Rhodes defeated Norman Smiley
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Vampiro with the Stroke
WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea defeated David Flair
The Maestro defeated Ernest Miller
Ric Flair defeated Curt Hennig
Buff Bagwell defeated Lex Luger via disqualification
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Tank Abbott

WCW @ Fargo, ND - Fargodome - February 29, 2000 (5,368)
WCW Thunder - 3/1/00:
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea (w/ Paisley) via disqualification
Fit Finlay, Brian Knobbs, & the Dog defeated 3 Count
La Parka pinned the Demon
Lex Luger pinned Vampiro
Mickey Jay pinned Slick Johnson
The Wall fought Crowbar to a no contest
Ric Flair pinned Buff Bagwell
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett, Ron & Don Harris defeated WCW World Champion Sid Vicious, Booker T, & Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson)
WCW Worldwide - 3/11/00:
Mona defeated Sherri Martel
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Silver King & El Dandy

WCW @ Bismark, ND – March 1, 2000 (2,523)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
3/4/00:
Kid Romeo defeated Elix Skipper
Shark Boy defeated Silver King
Brian Knobbs & Dog defeated Adrian Byrd & Dave Burkhead in a hardcore match when Dog pinned Burkhead
Hugh Morrus defeated Matt Anderson (Morrus's return match)
Kaz Hayashi, Jamie-san, & Yang defeated Jeremy Lopez, Villano IV & V when Kaz pinned Lopez (debut of the Jung Dragons)
The Wall defeated Rick Fuller
Lash LaRoux defeated Rick Cornell
Hail (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Chad Hart (Hail's debut)
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Disco Inferno) defeated Chuck Palumbo & Sonny Siaki when Vito pinned Siaki
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan defeated Fidel Sierra
3/11/00 - hosted by Scott Hudson & Larry Zbyszko; included a promo for Diamond Dallas Page's book "Positively Page;" included a WCW Mastercard promo featuring Sting:
Ron & Don Harris defeated Disorderly Conduct at 1:43 when Ron pinned Mean Mike after the H Bomb was delivered to both opponents
Norman Smiley defeated Scotty Zappa via submission at 4:07 with the Norman Conquest; Smiley wore a Bismarck Bobcats NAHL hockey jersey for the match
WCW Hardcore Champions Evan Karagias, Shannon Moore, & Shane Helms defeated Jeremy Lopez, El Dandy, & Silver King at 5:13 when Helms pinned Lopez with a frog splash; the champions did not have the title belt; during the match, Kaz Hayashi, Jamie-san, & Yang were shown watching from the entrance
Allan Funk pinned Barry Horowitz at 5:44 with by grabbing the tights for leverage after reversing Horowitz's O'Connor roll
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan pinned Frankie Lancaster at 3:46 with the Old Glory kneedrop
Tommy Rogers pinned Todd Perri at 3:24 with the Tommyknocker
Mona pinned Little Jeannie at 2:01 with an Indian Deathlock surfboard
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Disco Inferno) defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong and PG-13 at 4:25 when Vito pinned JC Ice after Johnny hit a twisting leg drop off the top; after the match, Ron & Don Harris addressed the champions from the entranceway and claimed they would be the next champions
Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea (w/ Paisley) via disqualification at 5:36 when the champion hit Kidman in the head with the title belt; after the match, Wilson and Paisley briefly fought
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Ron & Don Harris) pinned the Demon at 2:55 with the Stroke
Dark match after the taping: Billy Kidman & Torrie Wilson defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea & Paisley

WCW @ Fayetteville, NC – March 4, 2000 (2,816)

WCW @ Charlotte, NC – March 5, 2000 (2,866)
Chuck Palumbo defeated Bobby Eaton
Tank Abbott defeated the Barbarian
WCW Cruiserweight Champion The Artist defeated Psychosis
Norman Smiley defeated Fit Finlay
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Ron & Don Harris and David Flair & Crowbar
Terry Funk defeated Dustin Rhodes
Lex Luger defeated Brian Knobbs
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Chapel Hill, NC - Student Activities Center - March 6, 2000 (4,682)
Monday Nitro - featured an opening backstage segment with Fit Finlay brawling with Vampiro; included footage of Vampiro and Finlay being pulled apart backstage; featured WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett & the Harris Boys talking about the night's main event backstage; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Disco Inferno, WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull regarding their title defense at Uncensored against the Harris Boys; featured footage of a Monday Nitro party at Club Shakers in Durham, NC with Riki Rachtman:
Kaz Hayashi pinned Psychosis (w/ Juventud Guerrera) with a roll up at 4:38 after WCW Cruiserweight Champion the Artist, with Paisley, appeared ringside and the Artist hit Psychosis with the title belt; mid-way through the match, Vampiro and Fit Finlay continued their brawl at ringside and in the ring before eventually going backstage; after the match, Psychosis & Guerrera cleared the Artist from the ring
Big Vito defeated Ron Harris
David Flair fought the Wall to a no contest
The Dog defeated Evan Karagias
Curt Hennig defeated Ric Flair
Norman Smiley defeated Idol
Stevie Ray & Big T defeated Booker T & Billy Kidman
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett & the Wall defeated WCW World Champion Sid Vicious & Vampiro

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC - Lawrence Joel Coliseum - March 7, 2000 (5,109)
Thunder - 3/7/00:
Psychosis defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion the Artist via disqualification
The Demon pinned Idol
Ernest Miller pinned the Maestro
Dustin Rhodes pinned Lash LaRoux
Meng fought Fit Finlay to a no contest
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Ron & Don Harris, Stevie Ray & Big T, and Booker T & Billy Kidman in an elimination match
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Vampiro
Worldwide - 3/18/00:
Fit Finlay defeated the Barbarian
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & La Parka defeated Silver King & El Dandy

WCW @ Birmingham, England - NEC - March 10, 2000 (11,812; sell out)
Featured an appearance by Bret Hart who thanked the fans for their support and said he wanted to compete but was still recovering from his concussion; included a segment where David Flair came out and danced with the Nitro Girls, with Norman Smiley appearing until David gave him a low blow; the segment finished with Daphne dragging David backstage
Norman Smiley pinned David Flair after dropping an interfering Daphne ontop of Flair
Booker T pinned Fit Finlay
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned the Wall by reversing a back suplex into a splash; after the bout, the Wall hit a chokeslam on Bigelow
Jim Duggan pinned Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match after hitting him with the 2x4 and several chair shots
WCW Tag Team Champions the Mamalukes defeated Ron & Don Harris when Big Vito scored the pin after Ms. Handcock distracted the challengers
Lex Luger defeated Vampiro via submission with the Torture Rack after Elizabeth interfered
Ric Flair defeated Curt Hennig

WCW @ London, England - Arena - March 11, 2000 (10,450; sell out)
Norman Smiley defeated Brian Knobbs
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated the Wall
Dustin Rhodes defeated Terry Funk
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan defeated Fit Finlay
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Ron & Don Harris
Vampiro defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification
Booker T & Curt Hennig defeated Ric Flair & Lex Luger

WCW @ Manchester, England - Evening News Arena - March 12, 2000 (16,318; sell out)
Norman Smiley defeated Brian Knobbs
The Wall defeated David Flair
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan defeated Fit Finlay
Curt Hennig & Vampiro defeated Ric Flair & Lex Luger
Terry Funk defeated Dustin Rhodes
Booker T defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Ron & Don Harris

WCW @ Providence, RI - Civic Center - March 13, 2000 (5,996)
Monday Nitro:
Evan Karagias, Shannon Moore, & Shane Helms defeated Yun Yang, Jamie-san, & Kaz Hayashi
Booker T & Billy Kidman defeated Lenny Lane & Rave
Curt Hennig defeated Lex Luger via disqualification
Norman Smiley defeated Dog
Terry Funk defeated Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious & Vampiro defeated Ron & Don Harris
Stevie Ray defeated Disco Inferno
Ric Flair & Lex Luger defeated Hulk Hogan & Curt Hennig via disqualification

WCW @ Fairfax, VA - Patriot Center - March 14, 2000 (5,891)
Thunder - 3/15/00:
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & La Parka defeated El Dandy & Silver King
Psychosis pinned Kaz Hayashi; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would become the #1 contender to the WCW Cruiserweight Title; after the bout, WCW Cruiserweight Champion the Artist attacked Psychosis
Tank Abbott defeated Buzzkill via KO
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Booker T
Vampiro pinned Hugh Morrus
Brian Knobbs & Dog defeated Norman Smiley & the Demon
Dustin Rhodes pinned Billy Kidman
Hulk Hogan fought Ric Flair & Lex Luger to a double count-out in a handicap match
Worldwide - 3/25/00:
Lane (w/ Lodi) defeated Chuck Palumbo
Evan Karagias & Shannon Moore defeated Yang & Jamie-san to a double count-out
WCW Cruiserweight Champion the Artist defeated Lash LeRoux

WCW @ Salem, VA - March 15, 2000 (1,726)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
3/18/00 - hosted by Scott Hudson & Larry Zbyszko; included comments from Jimmy Hart who was eager to get payback on Ric Flair at Uncensored as one of the eight lumberjacks; featured an ad for the Jeff Jarrett "Slapnuts" T-shirt; included WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan addressing the crowd, discussing his recent title defenses, until Fidel Sierra attacked him from behind, with the two brawling in the entranceway until several wrestlers broke them apart; moments later, Duggan challenged Sierra to a match where the champion's US flag and Sierra's Cuban flag would be on the line; featured comments from Billy Kidman & Torrie Wilson, with Kidman asking Torrie to take care of "that little rat" Paisley later during their match; included a WCW Mastercard promo featuring Sting:
Lane & Rave defeated Disorderly Conduct at 5:53 when Lane pinned Mean Mike with Memory Lane
Fidel Sierra pinned Allan Funk at 3:56 after hitting him in the back with the Cuban flag while the referee was distracted by Barry Horowitz, who was attempting to attack Funk
Psychosis (w/ Juventud Guerrera) pinned Shark Boy at 5:06 with the legdrop off the top after Guerrera interfered
Hugh Morrus pinned Rick Cornell at 3:56 with the moonsault
Silver King & El Dandy defeated Villano IV & V at 5:56 when King scored the pin after V missed a somersault splash
The Barbarian pinned Adrian Byrd at 2:52 with the boot to the face
Mona defeated Dee Dee Venturi via disqualification at 1:32 when Little Jeannie attacked Mona; after the match, Mona promised to make Jeannie & Venturi regret they ever became wrestlers
WCW Hardcore Champions Evan Karagias & Shannon Moore defeated Elix Skipper, Sonny Siaki, & Chuck Coates in a handicap match at 5:01 when Moore pinned Coates with a sleeper drop; WCW Hardcore Champion Shane Helms did not appear due to sustaining a broken nose on Thunder
Hail (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Mike Jones at the 21-second mark with a piledriver; after the match, a stretcher was brought out for Jones
Billy Kidman & Torrie Wilson defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion The Artist & Paisley at 7:32 when Kidman pinned the Artist after Psychosis & Juventud Guerrera came ringside, with Psychosis hitting the legdrop off the top onto the champion
3/25/00:
The Maestro (w/ Symphony) defeated Frankie Lancaster
The Demon defeated Rick Fuller
The Cat defeated Barry Horowitz
The Jung Dragons defeated PG-13 & Frog when Yang pinned Frog
Kid Romeo defeated Jeremy Lopez
Lash LeRoux defeated Tommy Rogers
Tank Abbott defeated Dave Burkhead
Vampiro defeated Steve Armstrong
Hail (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Chuck Coates
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan defeated Fidel Sierra in a flag match

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

WCW @ Gainesville, FL - O'Connell Center - March 20, 2000
Monday Nitro:
Chris Candido defeated Lash LaRoux
Fit Finlay defeated La Parka
Billy Kidman & Booker T defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Ron & Don Harris via disqualification
Lex Luger defeated Vampiro
Hugh Morrus defeated Norman Smiley
Curt Hennig defeated Dustin Rhodes via disqualification
Tank Abbott defeated the Barbarian
Sting defeated Ric Flair via disqualification
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious & Hulk Hogan defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett & Scott Steiner

WCW @ Orlando, FL - TD Waterhouse Center - March 21, 2000 (2,443)
Thunder - 3/22/00:
Fit Finlay fought Tank Abbott to a no contest
3 Count defeated the Jung Dragons
Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Chris Candido
El Dandy & Silver King (w/ Ms. Hancock) defeated Lane & Rave
Scott Steiner defeated Chuck Palumbo
Vampiro pinned Disco Inferno
Ernest Miller pinned the Dog
Hugh Morrus pinned the Demon
Buff Bagwell defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification
Hulk Hogan pinned Dustin Rhodes
Worldwide - 4/1/00:
WCW Tag Team Champions Ron & Don Harris defeated Casey Thompson & Rick Baines
Mike Modest defeated Elix Skipper
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan defeated Fidel Sierra in a flag match

WCW @ Abilene, TX - March 25, 2000 (2,945)
El Dandy & Silver King defeated Villano IV & V
Tank Abbott defeated the Barbarian
David Flair & Daphne defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi
Billy Kidman defeated La Parka
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Stevie Ray & Big T
Terry Funk defeated Dustin Rhodes
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Vampiro via reverse decision
Buff Bagwell defeated Kanyon in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

WCW @ Waco, TX - March 26, 2000 (1,924)
El Dandy & Silver King defeated Villano IV & V
David Flair & Daphne defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi
Billy Kidman defeated La Parka
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Stevie Ray & Big T
Dustin Rhodes defeated Terry Funk
Buff Bagwell defeated Kanyon in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

WCW @ South Padre Island, TX - Sheraton Hotel - March 27, 2000 (5,000; all freebies)
Monday Nitro:
Mike Modest pinned TAFKA Prince Iaukea at 3:46 with the Kryptonite Krunch
Ron Harris pinned Booker T at 1:41 after Ron & Don Harris hit the H-Bomb on Booker behind the referee's back
Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san defeated the Mamalukes & Disco Inferno at 4:40 when Disco was pinned following a top rope legdrop / top rope splash combo from Jamie-san and Yang
Sting & Vampiro defeated Lex Luger & Ric Flair at 5:28 when Sting pinned Luger on the beach after a piledriver in the ocean
Meng pinned La Parka at the 53-second mark via submission with the Tongan Death Grip
Hugh Morrus defeated Terry Funk via disqualification at 5:01 when Dustin Rhodes interfered and hit Morrus with a steel chair
Jeff Jarrett & Scott Steiner defeated Curt Hennig & Buff Bagwell at 4:25 when Hennig submitted to the Steiner Recliner
The Wall defeated Hulk Hogan via disqualification at 5:03 when Vampiro attacked the Wall

WCW @ Houston, TX - Astro Arena - March 28, 2000 (5,727; 1,727 paid)
Thunder - 3/29/00:
Chris Candido pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan pinned the Barbarian
Silver King & El Dandy defeated 3 Count
Tank Abbott defeated Disco Inferno via KO
Dustin Rhodes pinned Mike Jones
Booker T defeated WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Stevie Ray & Big T via disqualification
Billy Kidman defeated Big Ron via disqualification
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs pinned the Dog
Buff Bagwell pinned La Parka
Vampiro fought the Wall to a no contest
Worldwide - 4/8/00:
Fit Finlay defeated Chuck Palumbo
Lane & Lodi defeated Villano IV & V
Hugh Morrus defeated Norman Smiley

WCW @ Beaumont, TX - March 29, 2000 (1,074)
WCW Saturday Night - 4/1/00 - last episode before it became a recap show:
El Dandy & Silver King defeated Tommy Rogers & Jeremy Lopez when El Dandy pinned Lopez
Mona defeated Little Jeannie; after the bout, Asya attacked Mona (Asya's surprise return)
Kid Romeo defeated Allan Funk
Lash LeRoux defeated Frankie Lancaster
Hugh Morrus defeated Steve Armstrong
Evan Karagias, Shane Helms, & Shannon Moore defeated Elix Skipper, Shark Boy, & Frank Paris when Karagias pinned Paris
Chuck Palumbo defeated Chris Harris
Hail (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Cassidy Riley
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Ashley Hudson & Kory Williams when Vito pinned Williams
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs defeated Norman Smiley, the Dog, Rick Fuller, Adrian Byrd, and Dave Burkhead in a title on a pole match
Worldwide - 4/15/00:
Lenny & Lodi defeated Villano IV & V
Mona defeated Asya via disqualification when Little Jeannie interfered
Yang & Jamie-san defeated JC Ice & Frog (w/ Wolfie D)
The Demon defeated Rick Garcia
Stevie Ray & Big T (w/ J Biggs & Cash) defeated Disorderly Conduct
Worldwide - 4/29/00:
Jim Duggan defeated Barry Horowitz after Allan Funk interfered
Sonny Siaki defeated Fidel Sierra

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - March 30, 2000 (1,733)
Jim Duggan defeated Fit Finlay
Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms
The Maestro defeated Mike Jones
Ernest Miller defeated the Maestro
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Mike Rotunda & Rick Steiner
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs defeated the Demon in a hardcore match
The Wall defeated David Flair
Billy Kidman defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion the Artist to win the title
Sting & Vampiro defeated Ric Flair & Lex Luger

WCW @ Pittsburgh, PA - March 31, 2000 (1,684)
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan defeated Fit Finlay
Kaz Hayashi & Jamie-san defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms
The Maestro defeated Mike Jones
Ernest Miller defeated the Maestro
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Mike Rotunda & Rick Steiner
WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs defeated the Demon in a hardcore match
The Wall defeated David Flair
The Artist defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman to win the title
Billy Kidman & Torrie Wilson defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion the Artist & Paisley in an impromptu match
Vampiro defeated Lex Luger via disqualification when Ric Flair interfered; after the bout, Sting made the save
Sting & Vampiro defeated Ric Flair & Lex Luger in an impromptu match

WCW @ Johnstown, PA - April 1, 2000 (800)
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Lash Leroux
Kid Romeo defeated Elix Skipper
Norman Smiley defeated Hugh Morrus
David Flair defeated Kanyon
Stevie Ray & Big T defeated Los Fabulosos
Tank Abbott defeated Mike Jones
Jeff Jarrett defeated Booker T via disqualification
Terry Funk defeated Dustin Rhodes in a hardcore match

WCW @ Youngstown, OH - April 2, 2000 (1,000)

NWA @ Chattanooga, TN - April 8, 2000 (1,339)
Norman Smiley defeated Fit Finlay in a hardcore match
The Demon defeated Hugh Morrus
David Flair & Crowbar defeated Stevie Ray & Big T and Lodi & Frog
WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea defeated Jamie-san
The Maestro defeated Mike Jones
Ernest Miller defeated the Maestro
The Wall defeated Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match
WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Buff Bagwell via disqualification

WCW @ Huntsville, AL - Von Braun Civic Center - April 9, 2000 (1,322)
Norman Smiley defeated Fit Finlay
The Demon defeated Hugh Morrus
WCW Cruiserweight Champion TAFKA Prince Iaukea defeated Lash Laroux
WCW Tag Team Champions Ron & Don Harris defeated Lodi & Frog
Ernest Miller defeated the Maestro
David Flair & Crowbar defeated Stevie Ray & Big T
Curt Hennig defeated Bam Bam Bigelow and the Wall

WCW @ Denver, CO - Pepsi Center - April 10, 2000 (9,074; 3,000 freebies)
Monday Nitro - featured an opening in-ring segment in which many of the wrestlers, valets, and managers were already positioned; moments later, Scott Steiner, the Wall, Booker T, Vampiro, Billy Kidman, Torrie Wilson, Ernest Miller, Van Hammer, and WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett then joining them; Jarrett then took the mic and said he was the chosen one, hand-picked to be the next WCW World Champion by the man most responsible for turning the WWF around; Jarrett then said the man he would introduce was once Vince McMahon's greatest secret, Vince Russo; Russo then walked out to the ring to an instrumental version of "Iron Man" and said his goal was to beat McMahon at his own game and claimed he was taken down by political BS backstage; Russo then said others knew the new direction sucked, causing Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, Eddie Guerrero, and Shane Douglas to leave and Steiner to get suspended; Russo then addressed the wrestlers in the ring and told them it was their opportunity to seize the moment; moments later, Eric Bischoff's voice could be heard asking "Are you done yet?" from backstage; Bischoff then walked out and entered the ring before shaking Russo's hand and hugging him, drawing applause from a handful of people in the ring; Bischoff then addressed his mistakes in WCW - Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Sting, Diamond Dallas Page, and WCW World Champion Sid Vicious, before noting his biggest mistake was Hulk Hogan; Sting, Vicious, Page, Kimberly, Lex Luger, and Elizabeth were then shown watching on backstage as Bischoff apologized to the "new blood" in the ring and said it was an all new WCW; as Bischoff asked where the established wrestlers were, they appeared at the entrance stage; Bischoff then insulted all of them, mocking Page's seven fans at the trailer park and Vicious's softball games; Bischoff then said he reinvented Sting's career and made Luger a multi-millionare when the WWF didn't want any more of him; Russo then took target to Ric Flair, calling him a piece of shit on the bottom of his shoe; Russo then said all the titles were stripped and it was a brand new playing field; Jarrett, WCW Tag Team Champions Ron & Don Harris, and WCW Hardcore Champion Brian Knobbs handed over their titles, with Vicious telling Bischoff to come take his title if he wanted it; Bischoff left the ring and confronted Vicious, asking whether he wanted to come after him with scissors - alluding to Sid's fight with Arn Anderson in 1993 - and said he could ruin Vicious's career; Vicious eventually handed over the title, with Bischoff saying the new world champion would be determined at Spring Stampede:
#1 Contender Tournament Semi-Finals: Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Kimberly) pinned Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) with the Diamond Cutter after Buff Bagwell appeared and distracted Luger from the floor
#1 Contender Tournament Semi-Finals: Sting defeated Sid Vicious via count-out after the Wall attacked Sid and chokeslammed him through a table set up at ringside
Jeff Jarrett defeated Curt Hennig
Ric Flair defeated Shane Douglas via disqualification
#1 Contender Tournament Finals: Diamond Dallas Page pinned Sting after Vampiro interfered and dropped Sting with the Nail in the Coffin; due to pre-match stipulations, DDP earned a match against Jeff Jarrett at Spring Stampede to determine the new WCW World Champion

WCW @ Colorado Springs, CO - World Arena - April 11, 2000 (3,118)
Thunder - 4/12:
Lash Laroux, Shannon Moore, & Crowbar defeated Chris Candido, Juventud Guerrera, & TAFKA Prince Iaukea (w/ Paisley)
Stevie Ray, Big T, & Cash defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification in a handicap match; pre-match stipulations stated Vicious would qualify for the WCW US Title tournament if he won
Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) defeated Shane Douglas
Scott Steiner won a 6-man Colorado Collision match by defeating Booker T, the Wall, Ernest Miller, Billy Kidman, and Vampiro
Madusa defeated Kimberly via disqualification
Terry Funk & Norman Smiley defeated Meng & Hugh Morrus and Fit Finlay & Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match; pre-match stipulations stated the winning team would face one another at Spring Stampede to determine the new WCW Hardcore Champion
Ric Flair defeated Buff Bagwell via disqualification
Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett, Villano IV & V in a handicap match; pre-match stipulations stated Sting would qualify for the WCW US Title tournament if he won
Diamond Dallas Page fought Bam Bam Bigelow to a no contest
Worldwide - 4/22/00:
Hail (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Rick Fuller
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kid Romeo
The Jung Dragons defeated PG-13 & Frog

ECW @ Indianapolis, IN - Murat Center - April 13, 2000 (1,700)
Chilly Willy pinned Johnny Swinger
Mikey Whipwreck defeated Simon Diamond
Chris Chetti & Nova defeated CW Anderson & Bill Wiles
Rhino pinned Kid Kash
Danny Doring & Roadkill defeated Tony Devito & Angel
Lance Storm pinned Raven
Super Crazy pinned Little Guido
ECW TV Champion Tajiri fought Tommy Dreamer to a no contest
ECW on TNN - 4/14/00: Tazz defeated ECW World Champion Mike Awesome (w/ Judge Jeff Jones) to win the title via submission with the Tazzmission at 1:13 after Tommy Dreamer interfered an dropped the champion with the DDT; after the bout, Awesome and Jones left through the crowd; moments later, Dreamer and Tazz celebrated in the ring (Tazz's surprise return after a 5-month absence)

WCW @ Sioux Falls, SD - April 13, 2000 (1,664)
Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms
Kanyon defeated Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
Mona defeated Little Jeannie via disqualification when Tank Abbott interfered
Tank Abbott defeated the Barbarian
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Ron & Don Harris
Terry Funk defeated Dustin Rhodes
Booker T, Billy Kidman, & Vampiro defeated Ric Flair, Sting, & Lex Luger

WCW @ Omaha, NE - April 14, 2000 (4,042)
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi
Kanyon defeated Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
Mona defeated Little Jeannie via disqualification when Tank Abbott interfered
Tank Abbott defeated the Barbarian
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Ron & Don Harris
Terry Funk defeated Dustin Rhodes
Booker T, Billy Kidman, & Buff Bagwell defeated Ric Flair, Sting, & Lex Luger

WCW @ Peoria, IL - April 15, 2000 (1,792)
Berlyn defeated Kaz Hayashi
Jamie-san & Yang defeated Shane Helms & Shannon Moore
Kanyon defeated Brian Knobbs in a hardcore match
Mona defeated Little Jeannie via disqualification when Tank Abbott interfered
Tank Abbott defeated the Barbarian
Ron & Don Harris defeated Big Vito & Johnny the Bull
Terry Funk defeated Dustin Rhodes in a hardcore match
Sting, Lex Luger, & Ric Flair defeated Billy Kidman, Booker T, & Buff Bagwell

Spring Stampede 00 - Chicago, IL - United Center - April 16, 2000 (12,556)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured an opening backstage segment with Eric Bischoff, Vince Russo, Billy Kidman & Torrie Wilson in which Bischoff was upset Hulk Hogan had checked himself out of the Denver hospital; included Tony Schiavone, Scott Hudson, & Mark Madden on commentary; featured Gene Okerlund interviewing Mike Awesome backstage, the mystery eighth participant in the WCW US Title tournament, until he was interrupted by Bam Bam Bigelow, with Awesome eventually jumping Bigelow from behind; included Russo yelling at the Harris Boys and the Mamalukes for their loss; featured backstage footage of Bischoff angry at Kidman for attacking Jimmy Hart, thinking if Hogan wasn't already planning to show up he definately would be now; included Okerlund interviewing Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell about their participation in the tag team title tournament; featured Okerlund interviewing Booker T about his upcoming match with Sting and the fact he didn't see eye to eye with Eric Bischoff; included Okerlund interviewing Bischoff, Kidman, and Torrie about the rumor Hogan would show up later in the show; featured Russo confronting Booker T backstage in which he said Booker owed him a favor; included Russo, with Booker, firing Dustin Rhodes backstage since Rhodes couldn't keep Terry Funk from winning the Hardcore Title, with Russo saying he made Rhodes a star with the Goldust character; Booker tried to calm Dustin down after Russo left; featured Okerlund interviewing Diamond Dallas Page, with Kimberly, regarding his match against Jeff Jarrett later in the show; included Okerlund interviewing Jeff Jarrett about his match with DDP later in the show; featured Okerlund interviewing Scott Steiner about his match with Sting in which Steiner said he didn't represent the New Blood, he represented himself; included Okerlund interviewing Sting regarding his match with Steiner:
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Ric Flair & Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) defeated Big Vito & Johnny the Bull (w/ Disco Inferno), Ron & Don Harris in a handicap match at 6:13 when Johnny submitted to Luger's Torture Rack after colliding with one of the Harris Brothers on the apron; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed Flair, Luger, and Elizabeth backstage; following Team Package's entrance, Vince Russo came out and added the Harris Brothers to the match to make the playing field even,saying it wasn't fair two veterans were facing two rookies; Flair wrestled the night in street clothes; mid-way through the bout, Disco was escorted backstage by two unknown men
Mancow (w/ Al Roeker Jr., Whipping Boy, & Turd) pinned Jimmy Hart (w/ Hail) at 2:49 after hitting Hart in the back with a steel chair, despite the interference of Hail; Hart wore a Howard Stern t-shirt for the match; after Mancow and his enterage left the ring, Billy Kidman attacked Hart as a message to Hulk Hogan
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Scott Steiner defeated the Wall via disqualification at 3:51 after the Wall, temporarily blinded, hit a chokeslam on the referee through a table set up on the floor; Steiner used his Steiner Brothers "Steinerline" theme music for the event
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Mike Awesome defeated Bam Bam Bigelow and the Cat at 4:00 by pinning the Cat with a clothesline and Frog Splash; the bout was originally Awesome vs. Bigelow (subbing for an injured Cat who was attacked by Bigelow during a pre-match backstage interview) until the Cat came out late in the contest, making it a three-way (Awesome's in-ring debut)
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell defeated Stevie Ray & Big T (w/ Mr. Biggs & Cash) at 2:40 when Douglas pinned Ray with a release Pittsburgh Plunge; after the bout, Stevie Ray and Big T argued until Biggs and Cash stepped in the middle
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Sting pinned Booker T at 6:33 by countering a suplex attempt into the Scorpion Death Drop; after the bout, Booker confronted Sting on the floor, had him get back in the ring, and then hit hands out of respect
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Vampiro pinned Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) at 8:27 when Hulk Hogan, who was seen arriving to the arena mid-way through the match, attacked Kidman, threw him onto a commentary table and then slammed him through it; after the bout, Hogan cut a promo at ringside saying he was coming after Eric Bischoff; moments later, Hogan confronted Bischoff in his office until several police officers arrived - called by Vince Russo - and arrested Hogan; as Hogan was being led away, Terry Taylor and Terry Funk walked by with Taylor telling Funk Norman Smiley was waiting for him in catering for their match
Terry Funk pinned Norman Smiley to win the vacant WCW Hardcore Title at 8:04 by pinning Smiley on the floor after throwing a ladder onto him from inside the ring, moments after fighting off an interfering Dustin Rhodes
WCW US Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Scott Steiner defeated Mike Awesome at 3:14 via submission with the Steiner Recliner after Kevin Nash came out and broke his crutch over Awesome as Awesome stood on the top rope
WCW US Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Sting defeated Vampiro at 5:57 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock following the Scorpion Death Drop
Chris Candido defeated Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, Crowbar (w/ David Flair & Daffney), Lash Laroux, the Artist (w/ Paisley), and Juventud Guerrera at 5:12 to win the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Title after Tammy Sytch came out, shoved the Artist off the top - with him landing head-first on a steel chair - and shoved Candido on top for the win; after the bout, Tammy and Paisley fought for several moments until they were pulled apart (Sytch's surprise debut)
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell defeated Ric Flair & Lex Luger (w/ Elizabeth) to win the titles at 8:29 when Bagwell pinned Luger after Brian Adams & Bryan Clarke came through the crowd and hit a double chokeslam on Luger; Vince Russo, who did guest commentary for the match, made the pinfall after attacking referee Nick Patrick and putting on his referee shirt; during the match, Tony Schiavone said "bullshit" while calling the bout (Adams & Clarke's surprise return)
WCW US Championship Tournament Finals: Scott Steiner defeated Sting at 5:32 via KO with the Steiner Recliner after Vampiro came up from underneath the ring, pulled Sting down, and moments later pushed a bloody Sting back out
Jeff Jarrett pinned Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Kimberly) to win the vacant WCW World Title at 15:00 with the Stroke after Kimberly broke Jarrett's guitar over Page's head as Eric Bischoff, who came out early in the match, distracted referee Charles Robinson; after the bout, WCW Tag Team Champions Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell, WCW US Champion Scott Steiner, WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Candido & Tammy Sytch, and Vince Russo came out to the ring to celebrate

WCW @ Rockford, IL - Metrocentre - April 17, 2000 (4,345)
Monday Nitro:
Shawn Stasiak defeated Curt Hennig
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk defeated the Wall in a hardcore match
Mike Awesome defeated Diamond Dallas Page via disqualification
Shane Douglas defeated Lex Luger via disqualification
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification

WCW @ Columbus, OH - April 18, 2000 (9,074)

WCW @ Rochester, NY - Blue Cross Arena - April 24, 2000 (7,713)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk defeated Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match
Chris Candido & Tammy Sytch defeated TAFKA Prince Iaukea & Paisley
Kronik defeated Ric Flair & Lex Luger
Billy Kidman & Mike Awesome defeated Hulk Hogan in a handicap match
David Arquette defeated Eric Bischoff
WCW Tag Team Champions Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell defeated Kronik
Diamond Dallas Page pinned WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Vince Russo) in a steel cage match to win the title at 6:18 when, after hitting the Diamond Cutter, Mike Awesome broke into the cage to stop referee Charles Robinson but Kanyon held him off, allowing Robinson to count to 3; moments later, David Arquette celebrated with Page and Kanyon in the ring and into the crowd (The Very Best of Nitro)
Sting fought Vampiro to a no contest in a first blood match at the 1:35 mark when, as Sting was alone in the ring, red liquid was poured onto Sting from the rafters; Vampiro then hit the Nail in the Coffin, with Billy Kidman, with Torrie Wilson, WCW US Champion Scott Steiner, Chris Candido, with Tammy Sytch, WCW Tag Team Champions Buff Bagwell & Shane Douglas then attacking Sting, attaching him to his own harness, and having him pulled up several feet in the air as the show came to a close

WCW @ Syracuse, NY - War Memorial - April 25, 2000 (1,269)
Thunder - 4/26/00:
Ernest Miller pinned Bam Bam Bigelow
Kanyon pinned Shawn Stasiak
Billy Kidman pinned Horace Hogan
Sting defeated the Wall in a tables match
Paisley pinned Tammy Sytch
Mike Awesome pinned Booker T
WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page & David Arquette defeated Jeff Jarrett & Eric Bischoff when Arquette pinned Bischoff; pre-match stipulations stated the winner of the fall would win the title; Kimberly was the guest referee for the bout
Worldwide - 5/6/00:
Mike Awesome defeated Shane Eden & PW Douglas
Hugh Morrus, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Lash LeRoux, & Van Hammer defeated Rick Michaels, Cassidy Riley, Kory Williams, & James Storm

WCW @ Glens Falls, NY - April 26, 2000 (2,566)
Shannon Moore & Shane Helms defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi
Mike Awesome defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Chris Candido defeated Prince Iaukea
Tank Abbott defeated Meng
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Big T & Stevie Ray, Ron & Don Harris, and Kronik
Jim Duggan defeated the Wall
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Birmingham, AL - BJCC - May 1, 2000 (3,635)
Monday Nitro:
Norman Smiley & ? defeated Crowbar in a handicap hardcore match
The Wall defeated Horace in a tables match
Hugh Morrus defeated Jeff Jarrett and WCW US Champion Scott Steiner in a non-title match
Sting fought Vampiro to a no contest in a graveyard match
Tank Abbott defeated Diamond Dallas Page
WCW World Champion David Arquette defeated Tank Abbott in a non-title match
Mike Awesome defeated Hulk Hogan

WCW @ Memphis, TN - Mid-South Coliseum - May 2, 2000 (3,979)
Thunder - 5/3/00 - featured Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included an opening segment with Diamond Dallas Page, Hulk Hogan, Sting, Lex Luger, Ric Flair, and Curt Hennig, along with Chris Kanyon, Brian Adams, Horace Hogan, and Hugh Morrus attacking Vince Russo, Eric Bischoff, Buff Bagwell, Jeff Jarrett, Shane Douglas, and Mike Awesome as they arrived outside in their limo; moments later, Russo entered a dressing room and yelled at Billy Kidman, Vampiro, Torrie Wilson, Shawn Stasiak, Ernest Miller, Chris Candido, Tammy Sytch, & the Wall for not having their backs, with Kimberly and the kidnapped Elizabeth escorting the faction out to the ring; Russo then called out the Millionaire's Club to the stage, with Russo announcing tonight would feature "New York Rules" matches (no referee, no rules, count your own falls) between randomly selected members of the New Blood and Millionaire's Club, with Russo then addressing Ric Flair as "Slick Dick," with Flair then calling Russo a "dipshit" and accepting the challenge before a massive brawl took place in the ring; featured Scott Steiner grabbing both Bischoff & Russo by the throat for not sending any help out as Steiner was double-teamed by Hogan & Morrus during his match, with Steiner then storming off:
Chris Kanyon pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Kimberly) in 3:55 after Diamond Dallas Page ran in and hit Jarrett with a Diamond Cutter, with Kanyon making his own three-count, moments after Page bashed Kimberly over the head with the guitar she was about to hit Kanyon with; prior to the match, Kimberly claimed all of Page's success was due to her & Eric Bischoff, then called the fans a bunch of "lame wrestling marks"
Lex Luger defeated the Wall in 3:58 in a Tables Match when Wall fell out of Luger's Torture Rack and through a table, which didn't break, after Russo hit Luger in the stomach with a baseball bat; Russo & Ric Flair provided guest commentary for the match, with Russo's security bringing the kidnapped Elizabeth ringside, and Russo hitting Flair from behind with a baseball bat late in the match; moments later, Flair hit the ring and was about to put Russo in the figure-4 when Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell attacked him, with Brian Adams & Bryan Clarke then making the save for Flair; Billy Kidman then appearing on the stage and announcing he drew Flair's name as his opponent next
Ric Flair fought Billy Kidman to a no contest in 6:17 shown after Rey Mysterio Jr & Konnan interfered and attacked Flair, with Kevin Nash making the save and hitting Konnan with the powerbomb as Hulk Hogan attacked Kidman on the stage and threw him back in the ring; Mike Awesome then appeared and Nash dropped him with the powerbomb as well; Hogan and Nash then raised Flair's arm in victory (the match began during the commercial break)
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Vampiro at the 13-second mark with the Diamond Cutter, with Page making his own three-count; prior to the match, Sting attacked Vampiro on his way to the ring and poured a bucket of red "blood" over him
Sting defeated Mike Awesome via submission in 2:15 with the Scorpion Deathlock; during the bout, Lash LeRoux, Chavo Guerrero Jr., and Van Hammer hopped the guardrail and attacked Awesome
Hulk Hogan defeated WCW US Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Midajah & Shakira) via count-out in a non-title match when Steiner left the ring after Hugh Morrus attacked him in the crowd, with Hogan and Hugh Morrus then double-teaming Steiner in the ring
Brian Adams & Bryan Clarke defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell in a non-title match at 4:09 when Adams pinned Douglas after the High Times, with Clarke counting the fall; after the bout, Adams & Clarke took possession of the tag team titles
Ric Flair won a 41-man battle royal in 22:41, last eliminating Shane Douglas after hitting him with a baseball bat; the original 22 participants in the battle royal were Flair, Douglas, Hulk Hogan, Sting, Lex Luger, Jeff Jarrett, Diamond Dallas Page, Brian Adams, Bryan Clarke, Buff Bagwell, Ernest Miller, Chris Candido, Scott Steiner, Mike Awesome, the Wall, Billy Kidman, Shawn Stasiak, Hugh Morrus, Vampiro, Chris Kanyon, Horace Hogan, and Curt Hennig; additional entrants were added as the match progressed, with Konnan, Disco Inferno, Bam Bam Bigelow, Johnny the Bull, Big Vito, Ron & Don Harris, Stevie Ray, Big T, Cash, and Norman Smiley joining at the 3:20 mark; Tank Abbott at the 5-minute mark; Lash LeRoux, Van Hammer, and Chavo Guerrero Jr. at the 13-minute mark; Mona, Asya, & Madusa at the 15-minute mark; Jim Duggan at the 17-minute mark; Randy Savage at the 20-minute mark; Bret Hart at the 22-minute mark; prior to the bout, Eric Bischoff & Vince Russo led the New Blood to the ring, with each member wielding a weapon, and Bischoff calling the Millionaire's Club to the ring for "guerilla warfare;" moments later, Flair came out with the group and demanded a battle royal, with the last man standing receiving a WCW World Title shot at The Great American Bash on June 11th, and Bischoff accepting; after the bout, WCW World Champion David Arquette came out with a guitar but accidently fell through the wooden part of the stage (Savage's surprise return and last appearance; Hart's surprise return and last match)
Worldwide - 5/13/00:
Disco Inferno defeted Mike Rapada
Ron & Don Harris defeated Kory Williams & Ashley Hudson
Madusa defeated Mona

Slamboree 00 - Kansas City, MO - Kemper Arena - May 7, 2000 (7,165)
Live pre-show - featured an opening shot on locations within Kansas City as well as fans outside the arena; hosted by Gene Okerlund inside the arena; included highlights from Ric Flair winning the battle royal on Thunder to earn a WCW World Title shot at the Great American Bash, by last eliminating Shane Douglas; featured Mike Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Flair about his upcoming bout against Douglas, with Flair responding to Douglas's comments about him in previous years; included Mark Madden conducting a backstage interview with WCW World Champion David Arquette about his match in the steel cage, with Arquette admitting he didn't belong there but was going through with it; featured a video package hyping the Jeff Jarrett vs. Arquette vs. Diamond Dallas Page match; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with DDP about the upcoming cage match; featured a video package hyping the Hulk Hogan vs. Billy Kidman match; included an in-ring promo by Eric Bischoff, Kidman, & Torrie Wilson about Kidman's upcoming bout against Hogan and Bischoff being the guest referee; featured Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Hogan about his upcoming match; included a video package hyping Flair vs. Douglas; featured Madden conducting a backstage interview with Vince Russo & Douglas about the match with Flair, with Russo promising to interfere; included a video package hyping Curt Hennig vs. Shawn Stasiak; featured a video package hyping Chris Kanyon vs. Mike Awesome; included Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Jarrett about the steel cage match
Pay-per-view bouts - aired free on wcw.com; included Tony Schiavone, Mark Madden, & Scott Hudson on commentary; featured an opening video package reviewing the Millionaries Club vs. New Blood battle royal days earlier on Thunder, won by Ric Flair, which included an appearance by Randy Savage as he attacked members of the New Blood; included a bus arriving to the arena, with members of the Millionaires Club including Diamond Dallas Page and Ric Flair; the New Blood, including Eric Bischoff, Vince Russo, Elizabeth, Billy Kidman, Torrie Wilson, Vampiro, Jeff Jarrett, Buff Bagwell, Chris Candido, Tammy Sytch, Shane Douglas, Kimberly, and Stan Stasiak were shown watching the bus arrive backstage; featured Gene Okerlund interviewing WCW World Champion David Arquette as he arrived in his limo, with Arquette saying he was scared about participating in the main event; included a backstage segment in which Russo gave WCW US Champion Scott Steiner a pep talk before his match, with Steiner telling Russo to keep his hands off him; featured Gene Okerlund interviewing Kanyon backstage about his match against Mike Awesome later in the show, with Kanyon saying he backed Diamond Dallas Page because DDP was like his brother and he would get ahead in the business not by kissing ass but by busting ass; included a backstage segment with Russo and Elizabeth in which he ordered her to change her clothes; featured Okerlund interviewing Shane Douglas backstage about his match later in the show against Ric Flair; included Tenay interviewing Diamond Dallas Page and Arquette regarding their participation in the main event; featured footage of Kevin Nash looking for Russo backstage; included Tenay interviewing Billy Kidman, with Torrie Wilson, and Eric Bischoff, with Kimberly, regarding Kidman's match against Hulk Hogan later in the show; featured Russo running into the parking lot, putting Elizabeth back on the Millionaire's Club bus and speeding off in his car as Nash calmly looked on; included Okerlund interviewing Jeff Jarrett on his participation in the main event:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Candido (w/ Tammy Sytch) pinned the Artist (w/ Paisley) at 8:01 with a piledriver and diving headbutt; Candido originally won at 7:21 after Tammy accidentally hit the Artist with a steel chair, meaning to hit Pasiley, with the bell ringing and Candido's music playing but the referee said it was only a 2-count; after the bout, the challenger threw Candido to the floor, with Paisley stealing Tammy's dress before Candido pulled her to safety
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk defeated Norman Smiley & Ralphus (mystery partner) by pinning Smiley with a roll up at 10:18 as Smiley was checking on his injured partner; the challengers wore Kansas City Royals outfits for the match, with Ralphus also wearing a catcher's mask so his identity wasn't revealed until late in the contest; after the bout, Smiley & Ralphus did the Wiggle in the ring (Ralphus' surprise return after a year absence)
Shawn Stasiak pinned Curt Hennig at 7:55 with a fisherman's suplex after a catapult sent Hennig face-first into the ringpost; Chavo Guerrero Jr., Van Hammer, and Lash LaRoux were shown sitting ringside during the match
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Shakira & Madajah) defeated Capt. Rection at 9:23 via submission with the Steiner Recliner after Steiner avoided the moonsault; prior to the bout, the challenger said he didn't want to be called Hugh Morrus, citing Eric Bischoff gave him the name, and instead wanted to be called by his real name Hugh G. Rection, or Capt. Rection; after the match, Steiner threw the referee to the floor and reapplied the hold as the MIA, attempting to make the save, brawled with R&B Security at ringside; moments later, Booker T made the save for Rection, knocking Steiner to the floor (the debut of the Gen. Rection character)
Kanyon fought Mike Awesome to a no contest at 11:59 when, after Kevin Nash interfered and began attacking Awesome, Billy Kidman, Shane Douglas, Vampiro, and Chris Candido attacked Nash; moments later, Ric Flair and Sting helped make the save and, with Nash and Kanyon, cleared the ring of the New Blood and R&B Security
Lex Luger defeated Buff Bagwell via submission with the Torture Rack at 9:30 after Elizabeth hit Bagwell in the back with a baseball bat, knocking him off the top; Elizabeth was backstage until mid-way through the match when she attacked Vince Russo and came ringside; after the bout, Chuck Palumbo - wearing attire exactly like Luger's - jumped Luger with the bat, double teamed him with Bagwell, and then put him in the Torture Rack as Bagwell held Elizabeth back; moments later, Bagwell dragged Elizabeth backstage
Shane Douglas pinned Ric Flair at 8:45 with an inside cradle after a man wearing a Sting mask hit Flair in the back as Buff Bagwell distracted the referee; pre-match stiuplations stated if Vince Russo were to interfere, Flair would get 5 minutes in the ring alone with him; prior to the bout, Flair cut a promo in the ring saying he would kick Douglas' "ECW ass;" after the bout, Douglas and Bagwell double teamed Flair until Flair grabbed the mic and demanded "Russo" (the man wearing the mask) get back in the ring and give him the 5 minutes; Lex Luger then came up behind the man and forced him into the ring, with Russo then appearing, knocking out Luger, and distracting Flair as the masked man broke a small Statue of Liberty over Flair's head; the masked man then revealed himself as David Flair, with Russo then demanding the 5-minute clock start; as the two men double teamed Flair, Kevin Nash came out to attempt make the save but Daffney appeared and gave Nash a low blow from behind
Sting pinned Vampiro at 6:49 after twice dropping Vampiro with the Scorpion Death Drop; after the bout, Sting returned to the ring and hit Vampiro with his baseball bat as Vampiro attempted to get to his feet
Hulk Hogan pinned Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) at 13:30 when Horace Hogan came out and slapped the hand of unconcious referee Eric Bischoff three times as Hulk covered Kidman after he came off the top and crashed through a table set up in the ring; prior to the bout, Horace escorted Hulk ringside but was sent backstage by Bischoff; Bischoff was knocked out at the 12-minute mark after Hogan powerbombed him through a table
Jeff Jarrett defeated WCW World Champion David Arquette and Diamond Dallas Page in a triple cage match to win the title at 15:29 when Arquette smashed a guitar across DDP as Page attempted to climb to the top cage, with Jarrett then hitting him with a second guitar and then hugging Arquette before reaching up to grab the title belt; after the bout, Mike Awesome, who interfered late in the bout, attacked DDP with Kanyon attempting to make the save; moments later, Awesome threw Kanyon off the second cage onto the aisle about 20 feet below

WCW @ St. Louis, MO - Trans World Dome - May 8, 2000 (6,545)
Nitro:
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk defeated Norman Smiley & Ralphus in a handicap hardcore match
Shawn Stasiak defeated Capt. Rection
Mike Awesome defeated Diamond Dallas Page in a stretcher match
Kronik defeated Stevie Ray & Big T, Ron & Don Harris, and Big Vito & Johnny the Bull in an elimination match
Elizabeth fought Daffney to a no contest
Hulk Hogan & Kevin Nash fought Mike Awesome, Billy Kidman, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Konnan to a no contest in a handicap streetfight
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Sting at 5:35 after Vampiro pulled Sting down into the ring as the challenger had the Scorpion Deathlock applied, the ring filling with smoke, and Vampiro pulling Sting back into the ring, with Sting then covered in red fluid; during Sting's entrance, a crow was perched just above the entrance way at the stage; the crowd chanted "bullshit" during the finish; after the contest, Mike Awesome, Buff Bagwell, Billy Kidman, Rey Mysterio Jr., Shane Douglas, Shawn Stasiak, Vampiro, Jarrett, and Tammy Sytch attacked Sting; moments later, Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan walked out and fought off New Blood members on the entrance ramp; just as the show ended, the Goldberg monster truck was shown destroying Rick Steiner & Tank Abbott's vehicle in the parking lot

WCW @ Springfield, IL - Prairie Capital Convention Center - May 9, 2000 (4,129)
Thunder - 5/10/00:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Candido pinned Crowbar
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk defeated Stevie Ray, Big T, & Kash in a handicap hardcore match
Shawn Stasiak pinned Lash Laroux
Rhonda Singh defeated Elizabeth via disqualification
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk pinned Chuck Palumbo in a hardcore match
Billy Kidman, Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Juventud Guerrera defeated Horace in a handicap falls count anywhere Texas Death I Quit match
Arn Anderson defeated David Flair via disqualification
Mike Awesome defeated Sting in an ambulance match
Worldwide - 5/20/00:
Curt Hennig defeated Chris Harris
Rick Steiner & Tank Abbott defeated Kory Williams & Ashley Hudson
Ernest Miller defeated PW Douglas

WCW @ Biloxi, MS - Mississippi Coast Coliseum - May 15, 2000 (8,550; 2,550 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Sting defeated Vampiro in a House of Pain match (The Very Best of Nitro Vol. 2)
Kronik defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Shane Douglas & the Wall (sub. for Buff Bagwell) to win the titles
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk defeated Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Juventud Guerrera in a handicap hardcore match
Crowbar & Daffney defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Candido & Tammy Sytch when Crowbar pinned Candido; due to pre-match stipulations, Crowbar won the cruiserweight title
Kevin Nash defeated Mike Awesome in an ambulance match
Horace defeated Hulk Hogan and Billy Kidman
Ric Flair pinned WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett to win the title at 6:17 with an inside cradle; prior to the bout, Vince Russo, wearing one of Flair's robes, David Flair, and WCW Cruiserweight Champion Daffney came ringside, with Russo and David then providing guest commentary; Russo said "Holy shit" upon Flair's win, though it was bleeped out; after the contest, Jarrett broke his guitar over referee Charles Robinson, with Jarrett, David, and Russo then triple teaming Ric; as Russo attempted to leave ringside with the title belt, Kevin Nash, who was shown watching backstage before the match, came out, knocked Russo down in the aisle, and hit the powerbomb on Jarrett in the ring, partially putting him through the ring; Ric then pulled himself to his feet, with Nash then giving him the belt and raising his hand in victory

WCW @ Lafayette, LA - Cajundome - May 16, 2000 (3,066)
Thunder - 5/17/00:
Capt. Rection, Van Hammer, Lash Laroux, & Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., Disco Inferno, & Juventud Guerrera
Hulk Hogan defeated Horace
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk defeated Ernest Miller in a hardcore match
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Mike Awesome in a non-title ambulance match
WCW Tag Team Champion Bryan Clarke defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Brian Adams and Shane Douglas
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated Jeff Jarrett, David Flair, WCW Cruiserweight Champion Crowbar, & Daffney in a handicap match
Worldwide - 5/27/00:
Kory Williams & Ashley Hudson defeated the Shane Twins
Vampiro defeated Mike Rapada
Chris Candido & Tammy Sytch defeated Shawn Stasiak & Mona when Tammy pinned Mona; earlier in the match, Stasiak walked out of the match, leaving Mona to defend for herself

WCW @ Alexandria, LA - May 17, 2000 (1,397)

WCW @ Jackson, MS - May 18, 2000 (2,133)
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi
Jim Duggan defeated Fit Finlay
Mona defeated Juventud Guerrera, Lash Laroux, David Flair, and WCW Cruiserweight Champion Crowbar in an elimination match by last defeating Guerrera
Booker T defeated Shawn Stasiak
Ron & Don Harris defeated Stevie Ray & Big T and Big Vito & Johnny the Bull
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Capt. Rection
Lex Luger defeated Shane Douglas & Chuck Palumbo in a handicap match

WCW @ Tupelo, MS - May 19, 2000 (1,566)
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi
Mona defeated Dee Dee Venturi via disqualification
Tank Abbott defeated Meng
Prince Iaukea defeated Chris Candido via disqualification
Kronik defeated Big T & Stevie Ray, Ron & Don Harris, and Big Vito & Johnny the Bull
Billy Kidman defeated Horace
Sting defeated Konnan
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Jeff Jarrett
Kevin Nash defeated Mike Awesome in a powerbomb match

WCW @ Little Rock, AR - May 20, 2000 (1,653)

WCW @ Kalamazoo, MI - May 21, 2000 (1,421)

WCW @ Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena - May 22, 2000 (6,530)
Monday Nitro - began at 7 p.m. due to the NBA Playoffs:
Ernest Miller defeated Booker T in a weapons match
Daffney pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Crowbar to win the title
Billy Kidman pinned Horace; Torrie Wilson was the guest referee for the bout
Mike Awesome defeated the Wall in a tables vs. ambulance match
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner fought Rick Steiner to a no contest in a non-title asylum match
Chuck Palumbo defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Vampiro defeated Hulk Hogan
Jeff Jarrett defeated Kevin Nash in a falls count anywhere match; Vince Russo was the guest referee for the bout; due to pre-match stipulations, Jarrett won the vacant WCW World Title

WCW @ Saginaw, MI - Wendler Arena - May 23, 2000
Thunder - 5/24/00:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Daffney defeated Chris Candido and TAFKA Prince Iaukea
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk & Norman Smiley defeated Shane Douglas in a handicap hardcore match
Capt. Rection, Van Hammer, Lash Laroux, & Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., Juventud Guerrera, & Disco Inferno in an elimination match
Chuck Palumbo defeated the Wall in a tables match
Billy Kidman & Horace defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik in a non-title match
GI Bro defeated Shawn Stasiak
Kevin Nash defeated WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett and WCW US Champion Scott Steiner to win the world title
Worldwide - 6/3/00:
Juventud Guerrera defeated Allan Funk
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Chris Harris & Cassidy Riley
Crowbar defeated Mike Sanders

WCW @ Salt Lake City, UT - E Center - May 29, 2000
Monday Nitro:
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Disco Inferno in a lumberjack match
GI Bro defeated Mike Awesome in an ambulance match
Kevin Nash fought Rick Steiner & Tank Abbott to a no contest in a handicap match
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk fought Vampiro to a no contest in a hardcore match
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah & ?) defeated Shane Douglas via submission in an asylum match at 2:29 with the Steiner Recliner after a belly to belly suplex; prior to the bout, Steiner cut an in-ring promo on facing Tank Abbott at the Great American Bash and Vince Russo making Steiner face Douglas
Billy Kidman defeated Sting
Jeff Jarrett defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair to win the title; David Flair was the guest referee for the bout

WCW @ Boise, ID - Idaho Center - May 30, 2000 (5,438)
Thunder - 5/31/00 - featured Vince Russo letting the Cat be in charge of the show; included Ric, Beth, and Reid Flair arriving to the arena in a white limo; featured Kimberly arriving to the arena and being greeted with a red carpet and several photographers; included a look at the Flair vs. Jarrett match at Nitro and Russo abusing Beth and Reid; featured Ric Flair, with Beth and Reid, cutting an in-ring promo on Russo and facing David Flair at the Great American Bash in which he challenged Russo to a match later in the show; moments later, Vince Russo, David Flair, and R&B security (among them Elix Skipper and Mike Rapada) interrupted, with Russo saying he had a cold but was still in the building - he wasn't like Flair who had a brain aneurysm and took a week off; Russo then told Beth the only reason she married Flair was for his money, not for his looks or "Space Mountain;" after Flair again pushed the challenge, Russo gave in and said he and David Flair would wrestle Ric & 12-year-old Reid; Ric then jumped for Russo, with security holding him as Russo and David got in several cheap shots as Reid and Beth were held back; included the Cat appointing Mike Awesome as Kimberly's personal bodyguard for the night; featured Billy Kidman, with Torrie Wilson, meeting with the Cat in which he demanded a match against both Sting and Horace Hogan for later in the show; included an in-ring promo by Awesome and Kimberly in which Awesome insulted Diamond Dallas Page, who he would face in an ambulance match at the Great American Bash, as well as Kanyon who he hospitalized at Slamboree; Kimberly then insulted the crowd before a "fan" ran in the ring, presumably to be close to Kimberly, and Awesome dropped him with a running Awesome Bomb through a table set up in the corner; featured the Cat meeting with Shane Douglas in which he granted Douglas a WCW World Title shot against Jeff Jarrett later in the show; included a vignette promoting the Bill Goldberg vs. Tank Abbott match which would take place the following Monday on Nitro; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Rick Steiner & Tank Abbott about Abbott's upcoming match against Goldberg and their tag match later in the show against Kevin Nash & WCW US Champion Scott Steiner; included Jarrett arguing with Russo backstage about the Cat forcing him to put the title on the line later in the show, with Russo saying it was all under control; featured Scott Steiner & Nash arriving to the arena; included a vignette in which Norman Smiley & Ralphus walking around in a neighborhood trying to figure out how to get back into WCW when they came upon a backyard wrestling show; later in the show, footage was shown of Norman & Ralphus talking with the young kids involved telling them backyard wrestling was dangerous; during the segment, one of the kids thought Norman was Booker T; Norman then taught the kids several amateur moves before beating their "champion," taking his belt, and being chased out of the backyard; the commentators repeatedly discouraged viewers from backyard wrestling following the two segments; featured Mike Tenay conducting a pre-taped sit-down interview with Diamond Dallas Page about Eric Bischoff in which DDP said he initially hated Bischoff but they became neighbors and close friends; Page said being Bischoff's friend made him work five times harder to prove himself; footage was shown of DDP arriving home to find his things in the yard and the lock to his home being changed; Page said he still loved Kimberly, despite what she's done, and said he's come back from adversity before and he'll do it again; he then replied to comments made by David Arquette that Page kept him from reaching his dream and said Kanyon would be back from the injury he sustained at Slamboree; DDP then walked out after Tenay asked if maybe he was at the root of all his problems; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with the Cat, Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak in which he said if Kronik was disqualified Palumbo & Stasiak would win the WCW Tag Team Titles; during the segment, Douglas tried to get at the Cat but was held back, with the Cat saying he did what he did under orders; featured Tony Schiavone conducting a pre-taped sit-down interview with Eric Bischoff about the big meeting he had in Los Angeles two weeks ago with Bischoff saying the landscape of sports entertainment would be changed at the Great American Bash before getting up and walking off:
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk pinned Chris Candido at around the 6-minute mark; the match began in the arena but Funk eventually dragged Candido into the back of a pickup, drove to a horse stall just outside the arena, battled him in a stall - with a horse kicking at both men - and eventually put him through a table to win the match after punching out the referee and then waking him up by pouring a bucket of water on him; Candido was dressed as Funk for the match
Sting defeated Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) and Horace Hogan at 5:02 when Kidman submitted to the Scorpion Deathlock after hitting a running crossbody on both men on the rampway; after the bout, Kidman and Horace argued over the loss and traded shoves until Mike Awesome came out and settled them down
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Shane Douglas at 2:58 with the Stroke after the Cat, who came ringside earlier in the match, hit a cartwheel kick on Douglas knocking a steel chair into Douglas' face, moments after the Cat threw the chair at the referee after Douglas hit the Pittsburgh Plunge on the champion
Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik via disqualification to win the titles at 4:54 when Brian Adams hit Palumbo with the Lex Flexer as Bryan Clarke had Stasiak covered; pre-match stipulations stated the titles could change hands on a disqualification; after the bout, Kronik hit the double chokeslam on referee Billy Silverman
Vince Russo & David Flair defeated Ric & Reid Flair (w/ Beth Flair) at 4:40 when Russo pinned Reid as David had Reid caught in the figure-4; after the match, Beth checked on her husband and son; after the commercial break, Okerlund interviewed Ric backstage in which Ric said he wanted Russo in a steel cage match on Nitro
Kevin Nash & WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Tank Abbott & Rick Steiner in a No DQ match at 5:47 when Nash pinned Steiner with the powerbomb after kicking a steel chair into Steiner's face; early in the bout, the Cat - who did guest commentary for the match - said the winner of the fall would face WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett at the Great American Bash; moments later, Jarrett was shown backstage saying there would be no pinfall but there would be a DQ; Jarrett interfered at the 4:40 mark, breaking his guitar over Scott's back as he had Abbott in the Steiner Recliner but the Cat then made the match No DQ
Worldwide - 6/10/00:
Elix Skipper defeated Mike Sanders
Kronik defeated Allan Funk, Air Paris, & Shane Eden in a handicap match
Shane Douglas defeated Chris Harris

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Philips Arena - June 5, 2000 (13,487)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Champions Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo defeated Kronik via count-out
GI Bro defeated Billy Kidman
Eric Bischoff defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk to win the title
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Vampiro
Bill Goldberg pinned Tank Abbott (Goldberg's return after a 6-month absence)
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett in a non-title match
Diamond Dallas Page & Miss Hancock defeated Mike Awesome & Kimberly
Hulk Hogan defeated Horace in a steel cage match
Vince Russo defeated Ric Flair in a steel cage match
Gauntlet match: Kevin Nash defeated Disco Inferno
Gauntlet match: Kevin Nash defeated Chris Candido
Gauntlet match: Kevin Nash defeated Johnny the Bull
Gauntlet match: Kevin Nash defeated Big Vito
Gauntlet match: Kevin Nash defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.

WCW @ Knoxville, TN - Civic Coliseum - June 6, 2000 (3,088)
Thunder - 6/7/00:
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Daffney and Disco Inferno to win the title
Billy Kidman defeated Van Hammer
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated the Wall in a handicap hardcore match
Kevin Nash defeated Tank Abbott via disqualification
Lash Laroux fought Mike Awesome to a no contest
WCW Tag Team Champion Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo defeated GI Bro & Capt. Rection
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Chris Candido in a non-title match
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Shawn Stasiak in a non-title match
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Chuck Palumbo in a non-title match
Worldwide - 6/17/00:
Chris Candido defeated Christopher Daniels
Mike Sanders & Allan Funk defeated Kory Williams & Ashley Hudson
Vampiro defeated Crowbar

WCW @ Johnstown, PA - June 8, 2000 (1,109)

WCW @ Buffalo, NY - June 9, 2000 (6,215)

WCW @ Syracuse, NY - June 10, 2000 (4,864)

Great American Bash 00 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 11, 2000 (7,031)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured an opening video package recaping the return of Bill Goldberg, Eric Bischoff having him arrested on Thunder, and posed the question as to whether Goldberg would appear at the Bash; included a shot outside the arena showing several police officers, beside their patrol cars; featured Tony Schiavone, Scott Hudson, & Mark Madden on commentary; included a backstage segment in which police officers assured Bischoff and Ernest Miller that no one was getting in the building without their permission; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito & Johnny the Bull about their upcoming match against Kronik for the #1 contendership for the WCW Tag Team Titles; included Pamela Paulshock conducting a backstage interview with Diamond Dallas Page regarding his upcoming ambulance match against Mike Awesome; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Kanyon about his attack on DDP earlier in the show, with Kanyon saying Eric Bischoff visited him in the hospital and said he would make him a star if he would take DDP out; Okerlund then showed footage of DDP escaping the ambulance earlier in the night, with Bill Goldberg's monster truck shown arriving to the arena; Kanyon then referred to himself as "Positively Kanyon;" included footage of Hulk Hogan driving into the arena parking lot; featured footage of a limo arriving to the arena, with Ric Flair and his family getting out; moments later, Goldberg's monster truck was shown in the distance; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Hogan regarding his upcoming match with Billy Kidman, with Hogan's career on the line; included a backstage segment in which Bischoff complained about Hogan winning, with a police officer telling him no one has seen Goldberg yet; featured an ad promoting Bash at the Beach:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Major Gunns, Lash LeRoux, Gen. Rection, & Van Hammer) pinned Disco Inferno (w/ Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., Juventud Guerrero, & Tygress) at 4:59 after LeRoux interfered, attacking Disco behind the referee's back moments after Guerrera did the same moments earlier to Guerrero; following the entrance of the MIA, Rection addressed his team with Guerrero then pulling out a fake hand grenade that he said he would use on Disco; he then threatened Inferno's group that he would kill them if they interfered; late in the match, Juventud attempted the People's Elbow on Guerrero behind the referee's back but failed; LeRoux blatantly pulled Guerrero onto Disco for the pinfall in view of the referee; Pops appeared ringside late in the match and was knocked out after being confronted by Konnan; after the contest, the Filthy Animals attacked MIA in the ring; after the Animals left ringside, Major Gunns stood over Pops, tore her shirt off, and gave him mouth-to-mouth until he came to; Pops then saw Major Gunns and passed out again, then came to and rolled on top of her until he was pulled away by the other members of MIA
Kronik defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito & Johnny the Bull at 9:21 when Brian Clarke pinned Johnny following the double chokeslam, as Vito was busy polishing his title belt on the floor; stipulations stated the winners would be the #1 contenders for the WCW Tag Team Titles; Vito wore his title belt for much of the match until Kronik took it off him
Mike Awesome defeated Diamond Dallas Page in an ambulance match at 9:36 when Kanyon, who was positioned in a wheelchair at the entrance stage and wore a halo brace, droppage Page with a Diamond Cutter off the stage, then put him on the stretcher to allow Awesome to win during his entrance, DDP wheeled Kanyon out to the entrance stage; at the 7-minute mark, Kimberly interfered, hitting DDP with a lead pipe until Ms. Hancock ran out and dragged Kimberly backstage; during the final moments of the match, Eric Bischoff came out, as Awesome was on the stretcher, and acted as though he was going to attack the helpless Kanyon, with Page then coming to Kanyon's aid; Kanyon then attacked Page and revealed the "New Blood" shirt he was wearing underneath
Booker T pinned WCW Tag Team Champion Sean Stasiak at 13:57 in a bootcamp match when Stasiak failed to meet referee Mickey Jay's standing 10-count after Booker hit Stasiak with the Lex Flexor; during his entrance, Booker rode a zipline to the ring; during his entrance, Stasiak cut a promo on GI Bro before their fight began in the aisle; Stasiak's face was painted camouflage for the match; late in the contest, WCW Tag Team Champion Chuck Palumbo ran out with the Lex Flexor and double teamed Booker until Booker fought him off and cleared him from the ring
Shane Douglas defeated the Wall in a tables match at 8:12 after using a foreign object to punch the Wall off the top of a ladder, with Wall then falling through three tables set up below; during his pre-match in-ring promo, Douglas referred to the crowd as "Baltimore pieces of shit" and then bragged that Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan would be forced to retire later in the show; Douglas then said he would challenge the Wall to a tables match in which the winner would have to put the loser through the best of five tables instead of one; Wall put Douglas through a table positioned ringside at the 4-minute mark with a chokeslam; Wall put Douglas through a second table at the 5-minute mark with a side suplex through a table positioned ringside; after the match, the Wall pulled himself to his feet and dropped referee Mark Johnson with a chokeslam through a table
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah & Shakira) defeated Rick Steiner & Tank Abott in a handicap Asylum match at 3:47 by forcing Abott to submit to the Steiner Recliner, moments after Abott struck Rick with a chain; the match was scheduled as Abott vs. Scott Steiner, with Rick added early in the match following an order from Eric Bischoff & Vince Russo
Hulk Hogan pinned Billy Kidman at 11:40 after hitting Kidman with brass knux, brought ringside for Hogan late in the match by Torrie Wilson; Hogan used nWo music for the bout but not "Voodoo Child;" stipulations stated Hogan would have to retire if he lost; Torrie came ringside at the 10-minute mark; during the final moments of the bout, Kidman hit guest referee Horace Hogan with the knux before Torrie climbed in the ring and hit a low blow on Kidman; after the match, Hulk and Horace celebrated in the ring
Ric Flair defeated David Flair via submission with the figure-4 at 10:16; pre-match stipulations stated Flair would have to retire if he lost
Vampiro defeated Sting in an Inferno Match at 7:23
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Kevin Nash at 17:22 after Bill Goldberg interfered

WCW @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - June 12, 2000 (4,723)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito pinned Terry Funk with a piledriver from the apron through a table set up on the floor
Kronik defeated Buff Bagwell & Shane Douglas
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated TAFKA Prince Iaukea
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett fought Hulk Hogan to a no contest; Billy Kidman was the guest referee for the match
The Demon fought Vampiro to a no contest
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Kanyon via disqualification in a non-title match
David Flair & Vince Russo defeated Ric Flair in a handicap match
Kevin Nash fought Bill Goldberg to a no contest

WCW @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - June 13, 2000
Thunder - 6/14/00:
Kronik defeated Bam Bam Bigelow & Chris Candido
Mike Awesome & Kanyon defeated Rick Steiner & Tank abbott
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Billy Kidman
Ernest Miller defeated WCW US Champion Scott Steiner via disqualification in a non-title match
David Flair pinned Crowbar
Worldwide - 6/24/00:
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Mike Sanders & Allan Funk
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias defeated James Storm, Cassidy Riley, & Air Paris
The Artist (w/ Paisley) defeated Lash LeRoux (w/ Gen. Rection, Van Hammer, Chavo Guerrero Jr., & Pops)

WCW @ Billings, MT - Metrapark Arena - June 19, 2000
Monday Nitro - featured an opening segment in which two white limos arrived to the arena, with WCW Commissioner the Cat coming out of one and WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett and Mike Awesome coming out of the second; Ice Train was the driver for the Cat's limo; included an in-ring promo by Horace Hogan - weilding a baseball bat - in which he cut a promo on Bill Goldberg for his attack on Hulk Hogan the previous week and challenged Goldberg to a match; moments later, the Cat interrupted and said he and Goldberg were too busy to deal with Horace and then announced Scott Steiner would be suspended for 30 days if he interfered in any match later in the night; Kevin Nash, WCW US Champion Scott Steiner and Madajah then appeared and forced Cat to grand Horace a match with Goldberg; Steiner then challenged Cat to a match since he couldn't find "Eric Bitchoff," with Cat backing off and giving Steiner a title shot against Jeff Jarrett instead; Nash then challenged the Cat to a match with Scott Hall's contract at stake and then scared the Cat through the crowd; featured Rick Steiner & Tank Abbott attacking Chuck Palumbo & Sean Stasiak outside the production truck; included Jarrett confronting the Cat backstage in which Cat made Mike Awesome the guest referee for the night's world title match; featured Mike Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Horace about his upcoming match with Goldberg; included GI Bro speaking with the MIA backstage in which he gave them a pep talk to step up and lead WCW in the absence of Hogan, Flair, and DDP and then appointed G. Rection as the new general of MIA; moments later, Kanyon came out dressed as DDP and cut a promo issuing an open challenge until GI Bro came out, sent Kanyon to the floor, and stripped off his camouflage to reveal his Booker T attire underneath; featured David Flair apologizing to Daffney backstage for his recent actions in which she eventually took him back; after the commercial break, David met with Ms. Hancock backstage, thinking Daffney had left the arena but Daffney saw it all on a monitor; included Vampiro conducting an in-ring promo on the Demon in which he said Dale Torborg was getting rid of his "persona;" moments later, Torborg and his fiancee Aysa appeared with the lights flickering out and Aysa disappearing and the lights flickering out and Vampiro then disappearing; Vampiro then appeared on the big screen driving out of the arena in a hearse:
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias defeated Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san at around 3:53 when Karagias pinned Jamie-san following a wheelbarrow slam triple-team; prior to the bout, 3 Count cut an in-ring promo in which they said they would debut their next single Wednesday called "Come Dance with 3 Count;" after the bout, Lance Storm laid out all three members of 3 Count before escaping through the crowd (Storm's surpise debut)
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito pinned Johnny the Bull at 4:14 with a jumping DDT through a table set up backstage; moments after the match, Terry Funk helped Johnny to his lockerroom and said he would help train him
Bill Goldberg pinned Horace Hogan at 2:36 with the spear and Jackhammer
Kevin Nash pinned the Cat with the powerbomb at 2:37; the bout was for Scott Hall's contract, which was locked in a briefcase and handcuffed to Mark Madden at the commentary table; after the bout, Nash opened the briefcase to reveal the contract wasn't there but 8x10s of the Cat were; as Nash confronted the Cat in the ring, Bill Goldberg appeared on the big screen and said he had Hall's contract and if Nash wanted it he could face him at Bash at the Beach; Goldberg then ate the contract as Nash went backstage to find him; after the commercial break, Tenay interviewed Nash backstage in which Nash said BATB was on his birthday, Hall lived 40 minutes from Daytona Beach, and they would have a big party after he beat Goldberg again
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Gen. Rection, Lash Laroux, Hammer, & Major Gunns) defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. (w/ Disco Inferno, Konnan, Juventud Guerrera, & Tigress) and TAFKA Prince Iaukea (w/ Paisley) at 2:24 by pinning Iaukea with the tornado DDT; Guerrera did guest commentary for the bout; after the match, Major Gunns, Paisley, and Tigress had to be held apart
WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Sean Stasiak defeated Rick Steiner & Tank Abbott at 4:41 when Palumbo pinned Steiner following a double flapjack after hitting him with the Lex Flexer behind referee Charles Robinson; Abbott left ringside mid-way through the match when he chased a ringside fan through the crowd
Buff Bagwell & Kronik defeated Shane Douglas, Bam Bam Bigelow, & Chris Candido (his arm in a sling) at 6:20 when Bagwell pinned Bigelow with the Buff Blockbuster; prior to the bout, Douglas cut a promo saying Bigelow & Candido were targetting the WCW Tag Team Titles and Bagwell would learn first-hand what it means to be franchised at Bash at the Beach; Candido was never tagged into the match and was chased backstage late in the contest by Kronik; after the match, Douglas attacked Bagwell and dropped him with the Pittsburgh Plunge until Kronik ran back out, scaring him out of the ring
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned WCW US Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) at 9:11 after breaking his guitar over Steiner's head as the challenger had guest referee Mike Awesome caught in the Steiner Recliner; after the match, Steiner put the Cat in the Steiner Recliner until Awesome and Jarrett returned to the ring; Steiner laid out both until he was speared by Bill Goldberg; moments later, Kevin Nash came out, scaring Goldberg to the floor as the show came to a close

WCW @ Bozeman, MT - Breeden Fieldhouse - June 20, 2000
Thunder - 6/21/00:
Rick Steiner pinned Tank Abbott
The Artist & Paisley defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Major Gunns and Rey Mysterio Jr. & Tygress
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito pinned the Wall
Bam Bam Bigelow & Chris Candido defeated Buff Bagwell in a handicap match
Brian Adams defeated Shane Douglas & Bryan Clark in a handicap match
Kevin Nash & WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett & Mike Awesome
Worldwide - 7/1/00:
The Jung Dragons defeated James Storm, Terry Knight, & Shane Eden
Crowbar (w/ Daffney) defeated Allan Funk (w/ Mike Sanders)
Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo defeated Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire

WCW @ Missoula, MT - June 22, 2000
Shannon Moore & Shane Helms defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi
Gen. Rection & Van Hammer defeated Big T & Stevie Ray and Ron & Don Harris
David Flair defeated Crowbar
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan defeated Fit Finlay
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated Johnny the Bull
The Wall defeated Shane Douglas in a tables match
WCW Tag Team Champions Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo defeated Kronik
Bill Goldberg defeated Tank Abbott
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Kevin Nash

WCW @ Spokane, WA - June 23, 2000
Shannon Moore & Shane Helms defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi
WCW TV Champion Jim Duggan defeated Fit Finlay
Gen. Rection & Van Hammer defeated Big T & Stevie Ray and Ron & Don Harris
David Flair defeated Crowbar
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated Johnny the Bull
The Wall defeated Shane Douglas in a tables match
WCW Tag Team Champions Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo defeated Kronik
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Tank Abbott
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Kevin Nash via disqualification

WCW @ Des Moines, IA - Veterans Memorial Auditorium - June 26, 2000 (4,573)
Monday Nitro:
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera
WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms
Bill Goldberg defeated Jim Duggan
Kevin Nash defeated Mike Awesome
WCW US Champion Scott Steiner defeated Buff Bagwell in a non-title match
Lance Storm defeated Disco Inferno
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Kevin Nash, WCW US Champion Scott Steiner, and Bill Goldberg

WCW @ Lincoln, NE - Pershing Arena - June 27, 2000 (3,439)
Thunder - 6/28/00:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Lash Laroux
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Evan Karagias & Shannon Moore
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated Yang in a non-title match
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated Kaz Hayashi in a non-title match
Johnny the Bull defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito in a non-title match
Gen. Rection & Van Hammer defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak in a non-title match
WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett pinned Horace Hogan
Billy Kidman & Lance Storm defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera
Paisley pinned Tygress
Buff Bagwell defeated Kanyon via disqualification
Mike Awesome pinned WCW US Champion Scott Steiner in a non-title match
Worldwide - 7/8/00:
Crowbar defeated Jason Wheeler
Johnny the Bull (w/ Terry Funk) defeated Mike Sanders
Shane Douglas defeated the Wall

WCW @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center - July 3, 2000
Monday Nitro:
Tank Abbott, Evan Karagias, & Shannon Moore defeated Jamie-san, Yang, & Kaz Hayashi
Johnny the Bull defeated Terry Funk in a hardcore match
Gen. Rection & Lash Laroux defeated Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire
Booker T defeated Shane Douglas
The Demon defeated Vampiro
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated Lance Storm & Billy Kidman
Kevin Nash won a 17-man battle royal

WCW @ Columbus, GA - Civic Center - July 5, 2000 (3,088)
Thunder - 7/5/00:
Lance Storm defeated Billy Kidman, Rey Mysterio Jr., and Disco Inferno
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito pinned the Demon in a hardcore match
Kronik defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo in a non-title match
Booker T & Buff Bagwell defeated Shane Douglas & Kanyon
Juventud Guerrera & Tygress defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Major Gunns
Crowbar pinned Daivd Flair
Mike Awesome pinned Rick Steiner
Booker T defeated WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification
Worldwide - 7/15/00:
The Artist defeated Ashley Hudson
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Chris Harris & Cassidy Riley
Vampiro defeated Rick Cornell
Gen. Rection, Van Hammer, & Lash LeRoux defeated Allan Funk, Mike Sanders, & Shane Eden

Bash at the Beach 00 - Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - July 9, 2000 (6,572)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured an opening video in which Ernest Miller was confronted outside the arean by the Jung Dragons, with the Dragons attacking Miller and him comically fighting them off; included Tony Schiavone, Mark Madden, & Scott Hudson on commentary; the first several minutes of the broadcast featured the Spanish commentary instead of the English commentary; featured a backstage segment with Miller and the Dragons, during which WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett interrupted and demanded to know where Hulk Hogan was; Jarrett had with him a fat opera singer; included an ad promoting New Blood Rising; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Kevin Nash regarding his upcoming match against Bill Goldberg for possession of Scott Hall's contract; included a backstage segment with Miller in which the Dragons were shown hiding on either side of him; featured a backstage segment with Miller in his office, with Jarrett and his singer interrupting again and demanding to see Hogan; moments later, Miller was attacked by the Dragons; included Pamela Paulshock conducting a backstage interview with Mike Awesome regarding his upcoming match against WCW US Champion Scott Steiner; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Shane Douglas regarding his upcoming match with Buff Bagwell; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Jarrett regarding his upcoming title match with Hogan; featured an in-ring promo by Vampiro in which he bragged about getting rid of Sting and the Demon; moments later, a half dozen druids wearing Sting masks brought a casket to ringside; when it opened, someone appearing to be Sting came out, assaulted Vampiro, and stuffed him in the casket while Sting's theme music played; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Goldberg regarding his upcoming match with Nash; featured an in-ring promo by Vince Russo regarding the earlier match between Hogan and Jarrett and said he was tired of the "bullshit" regarding backstage politics and that he had a family and didn't have to come back to WCW but did for the likes of Booker T, MIA, the Filthy Animals, and Jarrett; Russo then said Hogan didn't give "a shit" about WCW and only came to get the belt back; Russo then said the fans would never see Hogan again and that the fans wouldn't be ripped off; Russo then said Hogan's belt was the Hulk Hogan Memorial belt and that it "didn't mean shit;" he continued by saying Jarrett would defend the title later in the night against Booker T, who he noted had busted his ass for 14 years without a break; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Booker regarding his upcoming WCW World Title match against Jarrett:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Juventud Guerrera with the tornado DDT at 12:09; prior to the bout, Guerrero was escorted to the ring by Gen. Rection, Major Gunns, Hammer, and Lash LeRoux while Guerrera was escorted to the ring by Konnan, Disco Inferno, Tygress, and WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr.; the Filthy Animals returned ringside mid-way through the match, wearing masks to hide their identity, but were again sent backstage; late in the bout, the Misfits in Action came out of the crowd wearing masks as well; after the contest, Guerrero regained possession of the title belt, which Guerrera had stolen from him
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated Norman Smiley & Ralphus (mystery opponents) in a handicap match at 5:55 by pinning Ralphus with a splash off the top through a table set up in the ring
Daffney defeated Miss Hancock (w/ David Flair) in an wedding gown match at 4:16 when Hancock posed and disrobed to her music to distract Daffney & Crowbar from shaving Flair's head; Crowbar appeared late in the match to counter Flair's interference; after the bout, several of the participants had wedding cake, positioned at ringside, shoved in their face before Flair & Hancock retreated backstage; following the segment, the commentary team had to spend several minutes talking about the night's main events as the ring crew cleaned up the mess around ringside
Kronik defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo to win the titles at 13:36 when Brian Adams pinned Stasiak following a powerbomb / clothesline off the top double team
Kanyon pinned Booker T at 10:06 with a Diamond Cutter off the top after Jeff Jarrett came out behind the referee's back and broke a guitar over Booker's head
Mike Awesome defeated WCW US Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) via disqualification at 9:10 when Ernest Miller, who appeared ringside mid-way through the match, told the referee to stop the match and strip Steiner of the title when the champion applied the Steiner Recliner; after the bout, Steiner attacked Miller outside the ring and laid out Awesome in the ring
Vampiro defeated the Demon (w/ Asya) in a graveyard match at 7:30 after breaking a tombstone over Demon's head, locking him in a casket, and pushing the casket into an open grave; Vampiro then threw a torch into the grave and walked away; stipulations stated the winner would be the first man to return to the arena
Shane Douglas defeated Buff Bagwell at 7:54 with the Franchiser after Bagwell shoved an interfering Torrie Wilson off the apron; Torrie appeared ringside mid-way through the bout and appeared to side with Bagwell before turning on him late in the match (the debut of the Franchiser move)
Hulk Hogan pinned WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Vince Russo) to win the title at the 19-second mark; prior to the bout, Jarrett's music played for over a minute until Vince Russo appeared, with Jarrett coming out moments later; following the ring introductions, Jarrett stood at the entranceway as Hogan cut a promo on him; upon the bell ringing, Jarrett immediately laid down, with Russo holding up the title belt up to taunt Hogan; after Russo left ringside, Hogan grabbed a mic and said Russo was the reason WCW was in the bad shape it was, "because of bullshit like this;" after the bout, Jarrett immediately left ringside (Hogan's last appearance)
Bill Goldberg pinned Kevin Nash at 5:29 with the spear and Jackhammer after Nash knocked an interfering Scott Steiner to the floor; stipulations stated Scott Hall could come back to WCW if Nash won; prior to the bout, Goldberg appeared with Hall's contract in his tights, then left it at the commentary table; moments later, Nash went to the floor, looked over the contract, and then left it at the table; early in the bout, Scott Steiner & Madajah appeared to cheer on Nash, only for Steiner to turn on Nash as he set Goldberg up for the powerbomb; after the contest, Goldberg ripped up Hall's contract, with Steiner then putting Nash in the Steiner Recliner; moments later, Goldberg, Steiner, and Madajah left ringside together
Booker T pinned WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett at 13:40 after catching Jarrett coming off the top with the guitar and hitting the Book End; late in the match, Jarrett dropped referee Billy Silverman with the Stroke, with a second referee coming in to make the pinfall (The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum - July 10, 2000 (5,257; 4,652 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Shane Douglas defeated Crowbar
Jeff Jarrett defeated Billy Kidman
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Mike Awesome
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated Norman Smiley & Ralphus in a handicap hardcore match
Lance Storm defeated The Artist
WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik defeated Gen. Rection & Lash Laroux
Jeff Jarrett defeated Bill Goldberg, Scott Steiner, and Kanyon; stipulations stated the winner would become the #1 contender to the WCW World Title

WCW @ North Charleston, SC - Coliseum - July 11, 2000
Thunder - 7/12/00:
Tank Abbott, Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias defeated the Great Muta, Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san
The Demon pinned Van Hammer
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Billy Kidman & Lance Storm
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito pinned David Flair in a hardcore match
Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo defeated Gen. Rection & Lash Laroux via disqualification
Shane Douglas & Torrie Wilson defeated Crowbar & Daffney
Billy Kidman pinned Lance Storm
Mike Awesome pinned Rick Steiner
Jeff Jarrett pinned Kanyon
Worldwide - 7/22/00:
Buff Bagwell defeated Mike Sanders
Kronik defeated James Storm, Mike Rapada, Kory Williams, & Air Paris in a handicap match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Major Gunns) defeated the Artist (w/ Paisley)

WCW @ Auburn Hills, MI - Palace - July 18, 2000
Monday Nitro:
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-finals: Mike Awesome defeated Kanyon
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-finals: Lance Storm defeated Buff Bagwell
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-finals: The Great Muta defeated Vampiro
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-finals: Shane Douglas defeated Billy Kidman
Jamie-san, Kaz Hayashi, & Yang defeated Shane Helms, Evan Karagias, & Shannon Moore in a ladder match at 3:20 when Jamie-san grabbed 3 Count's gold record after the Jung Dragons knocked Karagias off the ladder onto Tank Abbot on the floor; prior to the bout, Abbot cut an in-ring promo saying N'Sync was playing to an empty building at the Silverdome and then introduced 3 Count; after their appearance, it was announced that 3 Count would face the Jung Dragons in a ladder match at New Blood Rising; moments later, 3 Count danced in the ring until they caught the Jung Dragons trying to sneak up the ladder to steal their gold record; Abbot then joined the commentary team for the match (The Very Best of Nitro)
WCW US Championship Tournament Semi-finals: Mike Awesome pinned the Great Muta
WCW US Championship Tournament Semi-finals: Lance Storm defeated Shane Douglas
Jeff Jarrett defeated Stevie Ray
WCW US Championship Tournament Finals: Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome via submission to win the title at 4:05 with the Canadian Maple Leaf after avoiding the running Awesome Bomb; after the bout, two large women appeared to console Awesome and help him to his feet
Scott Steiner fought Bill Goldberg to a no contest; Ernest Miller was the guest referee for the match

WCW @ East Lansing, MI - Breslin Student Events Center - July 19, 2000 (5,738; 2,088 paid)
Thunder - 7/19/00:
Mike Sanders pinned Crowbar
Lenny Lane defeated the Wall in a table match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned David Flair
Tank Abbott pinned the Great Muta
WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik defeated Rey Mysterio Jr., Disco Inferno, & Juventud Guerrera in a handicap match
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito pinned the Artist in a hardcore match
WCW US Champion Lance Storm & Kanyon defeated Mike Awesome & Buff Bagwell
WCW World Champion Booker T & Stevie Ray defeated Jeff Jarrett & Rick Steiner
Worldwide - 7/29/00:
Rick Steiner defeated James Storm & Cassidy Riley in a handicap match
Norman Smiley (w/ Ralphus) defeated PW Douglas
Billy Kidman defeated Elix Skipper
Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo defeated Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire

WCW @ Toledo, OH - July 20, 2000 (2,554; 1,800 freebies)
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, Tank Abbott defeated Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Gen. Rection & Cpl. Cajun defeated Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated David Flair in a hardcore match
Mike Awesome defeated Rick Steiner in a tables match
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Billy Kidman
Sting defeated the Demon
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Shane Douglas

WCW @ Dayton, OH – Hara Arena - July 21, 2000 (1,796)
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, Tank Abbott defeated Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
Gen. Rection & Cpl. Cajun defeated Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated David Flair in a hardcore match
Mike Awesome defeated Rick Steiner in a tables match
Billy Kidman defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm via disqualification
Sting defeated Vampiro
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Shane Douglas

WCW @ Cleveland, OH - Convocation Center - July 24, 2000
Monday Nitro:
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito in a title vs. title match to win the title at 4:32 via submission with the Canadian Maple Leaf after reversing a waistlock into the hold; prior to the bout, during the playing of the Canadian National Anthem, the Canadian flag was lowered over the ring; moments later, Storm cut an in-ring promo on defending the title against Mike Awesome at New Blood Rising and then made an open challenge; upon Vito's appearance, both men agreed to put their respective titles on the line
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Major Gunns defeated David Flair & Miss Hancock
WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik fought Jeff Jarrett to a no contest in a handicap match
The Great Muta fought Vampiro to a no contest; Ernest Miller was the guest referee for the bout
Bill Goldberg (sub. for Sting) defeated WCW World Champion Booker T via referee's decision at 3:03; prior to the bout, Goldberg attacked Sting from behind as Sting came out for the match, then knocked him out in the aisle; moments later, medics arrived, placed Sting on a stretcher with Booker's help, and took him backstage; Goldberg then took the mic and challenged Booker, with Booker accepting; late in the contest, Stevie Ray appeared ringside and threw in the towel on Booker's behalf, since Booker was unable to defend himself, but the referee didn't see it and Goldberg used it to wipe himself before throwing it back; moments later, Ernest Miller appeared, awarded the match to Goldberg, but said Booker was still the champion since he didn't submit and wasn't pinned; after the commercial break, Booker demanded a rematch against Goldberg for later in the show, with Miller accepting
Mike Awesome defeated Shane Douglas
Gen. Rection & Lash Laroux, Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire, and Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera in a caged heat match
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Bill Goldberg

WCW @ Wheeling, WV - Civic Center - July 25, 2000
Thunder - 7/26/00:
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated Shane Helms & Shannon Moore
Elix Skipper pinned the Artist
MI Smooth defeated Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san in a handicap match
Ms. Hancock defeated Major Gunns in an arm wrestling contest; David Flair was the guest referee
The Great Muta & Vampiro defeated Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak
Kanyon fought Judy Bagwell to a no contest
WCW US Champion & WCW Hardcore Champion Lance Storm defeated Big Vito in a non-title match
Jeff Jarrett pinned WCW World Champion Booker T in a non-title bunkhouse match
Worldwide - 8/5/00:
Shane Douglas defeated Scotty O
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Mike Rapada & Chris Harris
Buff Bagwell defeated Disco Inferno (w/ Rey Mysterio Jr.)

WCW @ Moline, IL – Mark of the Quad Cities - July 29, 2000
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, Tank Abbott defeated Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san
Crowbar defeated David Flair
WCW Hardcore Champion Big Vito defeated Norman Smiley
Cpl. Cajun defeated Juventud Guerrera
WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik defeated Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo
Gen. Rection defeated Lex Luger
Mike Awesome defeated Rick Steiner
Kevin Nash defeated Scott Steiner
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Ernest Miller

WCW @ Indianapolis, IN - Conseco Fieldhouse - July 30, 2000
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, Tank Abbott defeated Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san
Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak defeated Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak, Gen. Rection & Cpl. Cajun, and Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera; stipulations stated the winners would earn an immediate WCW Tag Team Title shot
WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik defeated Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak
Crowbar defeated David Flair
Big Vito defeated Norman Smiley
Mike Awesome defeated Rick Steiner in a tables match
Shane Douglas defeated Lex Luger
Sting defeated the Great Muta & the Demon in a handicap match
Kevin Nash defeated Scott Steiner
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Cincinnati, OH - FirstStar Center - July 31, 2000
Monday Nitro:
Big Vito defeated Buff Bagwell
Kwee Wee defeated the Artist
WCW US & WCW Hardcore Champion Lance Storm defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Gen. Rection & Cpl. Cajun) to win the title at 3:22 via submission with the Canadian Maple Leaf after reversing a hurricanrana attempt; prior to the bout, Storm announced he had renamed the Hardcore title to the Saskatchewan Hardcore International Title and suggested WCW be referred to as World Canadian Wrestling during his matches; early in the bout, it was announced the wife of WCW World Champion Booker T had been taken to a nearby hospital and that Booker was on his way back to the arena; Rection & Cajun provided guest commentary for the bout; after the match, Kevin Nash appeared and kicked Storm in the face after Storm refused to leave the ring so Nash could cut a promo
Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett
WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik defeated Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire and Vampiro & the Great Muta
Shane Douglas defeated Billy Kidman in a Viagra on a poll match
Ms. Hancock defeated Major Gunns in a hardcore match
Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Nash in a straightjacket match
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Sting

WCW @ Terre Haute, IN - Hulman Center - August 1, 2000
Thunder - 8/2/00:
WCW US Champion, WCW Cruiserweight Champion, & WCW Hardcore Champion Lance Storm defeated Juventud Guerrera; only the cruiserweight title was on the line
The Wall pinned David Flair
Elix Skipper pinned Billy Kidman
Sean O'Haire pinned Shawn Stasiak
WCW US Champion, WCW Cruiserweight Champion, & WCW Hardcore Champion Lance Storm defeated Norman Smiley; only the hardcore title was on the line
Buff Bagwell pinned Shane Douglas
Mike Awesome pinned Kanyon
WCW US Champion, WCW Cruiserweight Champion, & WCW Hardcore Champion Lance Storm pinned Ernest Miller; only the US title was on the line
WCW World Champion Booker T, Sting, & WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik defeated Jeff Jarrett, Vampiro, the Great Muta, & the Demon in an elimination match
Worldwide - 8/12/00:
Gen. Rection, Chavo Guerrero Jr., & Lash LeRoux (w/ the Wall & Major Gunns) defeated Cody Hawk, Race Steele, & Anthony Murphy
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Disco Inferno (w/ Konnan, Juventud Guerrera, & Tygress) defeated Chris Harris & Matt Stryker
The Great Muta defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Brian Adams

WCW @ Denver, CO - Pepsi Center - August 7, 2000
Monday Nitro:
Vampiro, the Great Muta, & the Demon defeated Yang, Kaz Hayashi, & Jamie-san
WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik defeated Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak via disqualification
Buff Bagwell & Judy Bagwell defeated Kanyon & Pamela Paulshock
Scott Steiner defeated Sting in a pipe on a poll match
WCW World Champion Booker T pinned WCW US Champion, WCW Cruiserweight Champion, & WCW Hardcore Champion Lance Storm at 5:25 with the Bookend; Mike Awesome provided guest commentary for the match; following his entrance, Storm cut an in-ring promo saying he was about to become a Canadian national hero and would make Booker T submit; during the contest, a plate of ham sandwiches was put at the broadcast table for Awesome's lady friend Heidi; after the match, Jeff Jarrett attacked Booker and punched out referee Mickey Jay; moments later, Jarrett assaulted Booker with Storm's Canadian flagpole until Storm knocked Jarrett to the floor, with the two fighting ringside until Jarrett accidentally broke his guitar over Heidi's head; Awesome then forced Jarrett into the ring where Booker dropped him with the Bookend (The Rise and Fall of WCW, The Very Best of Nitro)
Jeff Jarrett defeated Mike Awesome
Sting & Kevin Nash defeated Rick & Scott Steiner

WCW @ Colorado Springs, CO - World Arena - August 8, 2000
Thunder - 8/9/00:
WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik defeated Shawn Stasiak, Chuck Palumbo, Mark Jindrak, & Sean O'Haire in a handicap match
Elix Skipper pinned Crowbar
Tank Abbott, Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias defeated Gen. Rection, the Wall, Lash LaRoux, & Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Norman Smiley pinned Mike Sanders in a hardcore match
WCW US, Hardcore, & Cruiserweight Champion Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome in a non-title flag match
David Flair & Miss Hancock defeated the Wall & Major Gunns in a table match
Billy Kidman defeated Reno via disqualification
Buff Bagwell & Gene Okerlund defeated Kanyon & Mark Madden
Sting & Ernest Miller defeated the Great Muta & Vampiro at 4:48 when Miller pinned Vampiro with the Feliner moments after Muta sprayed mist in Sting's face; after the bout, the Demon appeared and locked Sting in the Scorpion Deathlock as the show went off the air
Worldwide - 8/19/00:
MI Smooth defeated Mike Rapada
Shawn Stasiak (w/ Chuck Palumbo) defeated Chris Harris
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera (w/ Konnan) defeated the Jung Dragons
Big Vito defeated the Artist (w/ Paisley)

New Blood Rising - Vancouver, British Columbia - Pacific Coliseum - August 13, 2000 (8,248; 5,307 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts:
Evan Karagias, Shannon Moore, & Shane Helms (w/ Tank Abbott) defeated Jamie-San, Yang & Kaz Hayashi in a ladder match at 11:31 (Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn)
Ernest Miller defeated the Great Muta
Buff Bagwell defeated Kanyon
Kronik defeated Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak, Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire, & Gen. Rection & Lash Laroux; Disco Inferno was the guest referee for the match
Billy Kidman defeated Shane Douglas in a strap match
Major Gunns defeated Miss Hancock
Sting defeated the Demon
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome; Jacques Rougeau was the surprise guest referee for the match; after the bout, Bret Hart appeared and celebrated the win with Storm and Rougeau
The Great Muta & Vampiro defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Kronik to win the titles
Kevin Nash defeated Bill Goldberg and Scott Steiner
WCW World Champion Booker T pinned Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Kelowna, British Columbia - Skyreach Place - August 14, 2000 (4,306; 3,693 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Billy Kidman & Big Vito defeated Shane Douglas & Reno
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome; Ernest Miller was the guest referee for the match
WCW World Champion Booker T fought Jeff Jarrett to a no contest
Norman Smiley defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Carl Oulette to win the title
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Great Muta & Vampiro to win the titles
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Elix Skipper defeated Kwee Wee
Sting defeated Vampiro, the Great Muta, and the Demon

WCW @ Kamloops, British Columbia - Riverside Coliseum - August 15, 2000 (3,264)
Thunder - 8/16/00:
Kronik defeated three unknowns in a handicap match
WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire via disqualification
The Great Muta pinned the Demon
WCW US Champion Lance Storm, Carl Oulette, & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Elix Skipper defeated Gen. Rection, Lash Laroux, & Chavo Guerrero Jr. when Rection submitted to Storm's Canadian Maple Leaf after Skipper, behind the referee's back, hit Rection in the knee with his belt as Rection attempted the moonsault
Ernest Miller defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm via disqualification
Gene Okerlund pinned Mark Madden in a streetfight
Big Vito pinned Carl Oulette
Worldwide - 8/26/00:
Ron & Don Harris defeated Kory Williams & Bryan McNeal
Vampiro defeated Mad Jack
Mark Jindrak, Shawn Stasiak, & Sean O'Haire (w/ Chuck Palumbo) defeated the Jung Dragons

WCW @ Mankato, MN - Midwest Wireless Center - August 18, 2000 (2,755; 822 paid)
Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated Shane Helms & Shannon Moore
Crowbar defeated David Flair
The Great Muta & Vampiro defeated the Demon in a handicap match
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley defeated Big Vito
WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated Kronik and Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire
Shane Douglas defeated Lex Luger
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome
Stevie Ray defeated Jeff Jarrett in a lumberjack match

WCW @ Sioux City, IA - Auditorium - August 19, 2000 (3,303; 2,259 paid)
Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated Shane Helms & Shannon Moore
Crowbar defeated David Flair
The Great Muta & Vampiro defeated Lex Luger & the Demon
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley defeated Big Vito
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome
WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated Kronik via disqualification; Chuck Palumbo was the guest referee for the bout
Bill Goldberg fought Scott Steiner to a double count-out
Stevie Ray defeated Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Topeka, KS – August 20, 2000 (2,969; 1,741 paid)
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated the Yang & Kaz Hayashi
David Flair defeated Crowbar
The Great Muta & Vampiro defeated Lex Luger & the Demon
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley defeated Big Vito
Kronik defeated Mark Jindrak & Sean O’Haire and WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera; Chuck Palumbo was the guest referee for the bout
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome
Bill Goldberg defeated Scott Steiner
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Wichita, KS – August 21, 2000 (5,211; 2,294 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Elix Skipper defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Lash Laroux & Major Gunns defeated Kwee Wee & Paisley
Mark Jindrak, Sean O'Haire, & Mike Sanders defeated Disco Inferno & WCW Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. in a handicap match
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Chuck Palumbo; Ernest Miller was the guest referee for the match
Vampiro fought Tank Abbott to a no contest
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley defeated Bryan Clark in a hardcore match
Kevin Nash defeated Big Vito via disqualification
Jeff Jarrett & WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome & Gen. Rection; the US title was at stake in the match

WCW @ Tulsa, OK – Convention Center - August 22, 2000 (2,811)
Thunder - 8/23/00:
Kwee Wee defeated Lash Laroux
Ron & Don Harris defeated Kaz Hayashi, Jamie-san, & Yang in a handicap match
Reno pinned Crowbar
Vampiro, the Great Muta, & the Insane Clown Posse defeated Tank Abbott, Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley defeated MI Smooth in an I Quit hardcore match
Paisley pinned Major Gunns
Mike Sanders pinned Disco Inferno
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome and Gen. Rection
Booker T & Big Vito defeated Kevin Nash & Chuck Palumbo
Worldwide - 9/2/00:
Kronik defeated Kory Williams & Bryan McNeal
Elix Skipper defeated Chris Harris
WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera (w/ Konnan, Disco Inferno, & Tygress) defeated Shane Helms & Shannon Moore (w/ Evan Karagias)

WCW @ Albuquerque, NM – August 27, 2000 (1,315)
WCW World Champion Booker T pinned Kevin Nash

WCW @ Las Cruces, NM – Pan American Center - August 28, 2000 (4,588)
Monday Nitro:
Vampiro & the Insane Clown Posse defeated Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias
Tygress defeated Major Gunns and Paisley
Kronik fought Ron & Don Harris to a no contest in a House of Pain match
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated the Wall in a non-title table match
Rick Steiner defeated Mike Awesome in a bunkhouse brawl
Kevin Nash (w/ Vince Russo) pinned WCW World Champion Booker T to win the title at 6:33 with the powerbomb, moments after Vince Russo handed guest referee Jeff Jarrett his own guitar, with Jarrett smashing it over Booker's head; Scott Steiner was the special enforcer for the match; during the bout, Russo joined the commentary team; throughout the bout, Russo argued with Jarrett about Jarrett being a fair referee and not giving Nash an edge in the match; late in the bout, audio of a production member could be heard saying "Check one, two...;" after the match, Nash, Russo, Steiner, and Jarrett celebrated in the ring
Jeff Jarrett defeated Big Vito
Chuck Palumbo, Sean O'Haire, Mike Sanders, Reno, & Mark Jindrak defeated Rey Mysterio Jr., Disco Inferno, Juventud Guerrera, & Tygress in an elimination match
Sting fought the Great Muta to a no contest

WCW @ Tucson, AZ - Arena - August 29, 2000
Thunder - 8/30/00:
Kronik defeated Lance Storm & Elix Skipper
Mike Awesome pinned Reno
Disco Inferno, WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire in a handicap match; the titles were at stake in the match
Booker T pinned Mike Sanders
Big Vito defeated Chuck Palumbo
Gen. Rection & the Wall defeated Ron & Don Harris
Jeff Jarrett pinned Kwee Wee
Paul Orndorff fought Shawn Stasiak to a no contest in an arm wrestling contest
Ernest Miller defeated WCW World Champion Kevin Nash via disqualification in a non-title match
Worldwide - 9/9/00:
Sean O'Haire (w/ Mark Jindrak) defeated Mike Rapada
The Jung Dragons (w/ Leia Meow) defeated Chris Harris, Kory Williams, & Bryan McNeal
Paisley defeated Tygress and Major Gunns

WCW @ Dallas, TX – Reunion Arena – September 4, 2000
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated the Insane Clown Posse
Sting defeated Vampiro & the Great Muta in a handicap match
Booker T defeated Stevie Ray
Kronik defeated Ernest Miller in a handicap match
Bill Goldberg defeated Shane Douglas
Sean O'Haire, Chuck Palumbo, Shawn Stasiak, Mark Jindrak, Reno, & Mike Sanders defeated Big Vito in a handicap match
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash, Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, & Vince Russo defeated Sting, Bill Goldberg, Booker T, & Kronik in a triple cage Wargames match at 18:46 when Nash left the cage with the title belt after Bret Hart jumped out of the crowd and slammed the cage door on Goldberg's head as Goldberg tried to leave the cage with the belt; order of entry: Jarrett (0:00); Sting (0:00); Steiner (2:10); Kronik (4:00); Russo (w/ Ron & Don Harris) (6:00); Nash (7:58); Booker (9:51); and Goldberg (11:42); Steiner wrestled the match with a protective face mask; Russo wore a New Jersey Flames hockey uniform for the match; at the 9-minute mark, Kronik brawled with the Harris twins into the crowd, eliminating them from the match; late in the bout, Goldberg and Sting were handcuffed to the cage and Booker had a guitar broken over his head; Ernest Miller then ran into the cage and kicked Russo in the head but was then powerbombed by Nash; Goldberg eventually broke free of the handcuffs and fought off his opponents only to be assaulted by Hart; stipulations stated the winner would have to retrieve the title from the top of the triple cage and then leave through the door (The Very Best of Nitro, WarGames: WCW's Most Notorious Matches)

WCW @ College Station, TX - Reed Arena - September 5, 2000
Thunder - 9/6/00:
Kwee Wee pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias defeated Kronik via count-out
Shane Douglas pinned Crowbar
WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated Ron & Don Harris
Sting pinned Vampiro in a no holds barred match
Bill Goldberg defeated Lance Storm & Elix Skipper in a handicap match
Worldwide - 9/16/00:
Crowbar defeated Ruben Cruz
Disco Inferno defeated Jeremy Sage
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias defeated Michael Shane, Chris Krueger, & Robert Diggs
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Elix Skipper defeated Lash LeRoux

WCW @ Charlotte, NC – Independence Arena – September 11, 2000
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera defeated Kronik
Reno defeated Big Vito in a stickball on a pole match
Madusa defeated Torrie Wilson via disqualification
Jeff Jarrett defeated Ms. Jones
Hugh Morrus defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm in a non-title match
Sting defeated Ron & Don Harris in a handicap match
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash fought Scott Steiner to a no contest; Booker T was the guest referee; Bill Goldberg was the special enforcer for the bout

WCW @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - September 12, 2000
Thunder - 9/13/00:
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Disco Inferno & Tygress
Billy Kidman & Madusa defeated Shane Douglas & Torrie Wilson via count-out at 2:09 when Douglas left the ring to go after Kidman, who stalked Torrie into the crowd; prior to the bout, Douglas cut an in-ring promo claiming he would refund the fans' money if he and Wilson didn't win their scaffold match against Kidman & Madusa at Fall Brawl; after the match, Torrie was almost knocked off the balcony until Douglas pulled her to safety
Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Kronik defeated Ron & Don Harris and WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera in a non-title match
Lance Storm & Elix Skipper defeated Gen. Rection in a handicap match
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash & Scott Steiner defeated Booker T & Ernest Miller via disqualification; the world title was on the line in the match
Worldwide - 9/23/00:
The Wall & Lash LeRoux defeated Marty Garner & Frog
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Shannon Moore (w/ Shane Helms & Evan Karagias)
Mike Sanders, Chuck Palumbo, & Reno (w/ Sean O'Haire) defeated Kevin Northcutt, Steven Sharpe, & Robbie Rage

Fall Brawl 00 - Buffalo, NY - HSBC Arena - September 17, 2000 (8,638)
Pay-per-view bouts - included Tony Schiavone, Mark Madden, & Scott Hudson on commentary; featured a backstage segment in which WCW World Champion Kevin Nash, Scott Steiner, and Jeff Jarrett arrived to the arena and snubbed a young fan asking for an autograph; included Pamela Paulshock conducting a backstage interview with Gen. Rection, Lash Laroux, the Wall, & Chavo Guerrero Jr. regarding Rection's US title shot later in the match, during which Rection dedicated the match to Jim Duggan; moments later, Duggan appeared and said he was the special enforcer for the night's match; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Mike Sanders, Reno, Johnny the Bull, Sean O'Haire, Shawn Stasiak, & Chuck Palumbo regarding their upcoming elimination match, during which Okerlund called Sanders a prick and told O'Haire to blow it out his ass; several fo the Buffalo Bills were shown in attendance; included Paulshock conducting a backstage interview with Booker T regarding his upcoming steel cage match against WCW World Champion Kevin Nash:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Elix Skipper (w/ Major Gunns) pinned Kwee Wee (w/ Paisley) at 11:05 with the Over Drive; late in the bout, Mike Sanders, Johnny the Bull, Chuck Palumbo, Sean O'Haire, Reno, Mark Jindrak, and Shawn Stasiak appeared at the entrance stage to watch the contest, with Sanders coming into the ring moments later behind the referee's back and hitting the challenger in the leg with a kendo stick
Chavo Guerrero Jr., Lash Laroux, & the Wall defeated Evan Karagias, Shannon Moore, & Shane Helms at 10:25 when Laroux pinned Helms with a Death Valley Driver; prior to the contest, 3 Count performed their song, "I Can't Get You Out of My Heart"
Ron & Don Harris defeated Kronik in a first blood chain match at 6:36 when referee Billy Silverman spotted Brian Adams with a busted head; the first blood stipulation wasn't added until just before the match when Brian Adams suggested it following Kronik's entrance; one of the Harris brothers was busted open late in the match but Silverman was knocked out; after the contest, Kronik dropped Silverman with the High Times
WCW US Champion Lance Storm (w/ Major Gunns) defeated Gen. Rection at 6:46 via KO with the Canadian Maple Leaf after guest ringside enforcer Jim Duggan knocked the challenger off the top with the 2x4 as Rection attempted the moonsault; prior to the bout, Storm cut an in-ring promo inviting the fans to join him for the drive to Kitchener, Ontario for Nitro the following day, citing that once they get a taste of Canada they would immediately give up their American citizenship; after the contest, Duggan took off his referee shirt to reveal a Canadian Maple Leaf shirt underneath, then beat down Chavo Guerrero Jr., the Wall, and Lash Laroux with the 2x4 when they ran out to make the save; stipulations stated Rection would free Major Gunns if he won the match
Big Vito, Disco Inferno, WCW Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera, & Paul Orndorff (surprise partner) (w/ Konnan & Tygress) defeated Mike Sanders, Sean O'Haire, Chuck Palumbo, Sean Stasiak, Reno, & Johnny the Bull (w/ Mark Jindrak) in an elimination match; following the Natural Born Thrillers' entrance, the Filthy Animals were shown backstage being led by someone with a towel over his head; the bout was stopped after Orndorff sustained a legit injury but his team was ahead at the time the match ended
Shane Douglas & Torrie Wilson defeated Billy Kidman & Madusa in a scaffold match
Sting defeated the Great Muta and Vampiro
Mike Awesome defeated Jeff Jarrett in a bunkhouse match
Scott Steiner defeated Bill Goldberg via KO (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)
Booker T pinned WCW World Champion Kevin Nash in a steel cage match to win the title at 9:04 after avoiding the powerbomb and hitting the Bookend

WCW @ Kitchener, ON – Dom Cardillo Arena – September 18, 2000
Monday Nitro:
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Tygress defeated Chuck Palumbo, Shawn Stasiak, Sean O'Haire, Mark Jindrak, & Mike Sanders in a handicap elimination match
Shane Douglas & Torrie Wilson defeated Kwee Wee & Paisley
Ernest Miller defeated Disco Inferno
WCW World Champion Booker T fought Sting to a no contest
Lance Storm, Jim Duggan, & Elix Skipper defeated Hugh Morrus, Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Lash Laroux
Jeff Jarrett & Scott Steiner defeated Kronik
Mike Awesome defeated Vampiro in a hardcore match
WCW World Champion Booker T & Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett & Scott Steiner

WCW @ Erie, PA - Civic Center - September 19, 2000
Thunder - 9/20/00:
Jamie Knoble, Kaz Hayashi, Yang, & Leia Meow defeated Mark Jindrak, Sean O'Haire, & Mike Sanders in a handicap match
Stevie Ray fought Vince Russo to a no contest
Paisley defeated Torrie Wilson
Kronik defeated Stevie Ray in a handicap match
Juventud Guerrera pinned Rey Mysterio Jr.
Ron & Don Harris fought Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias to a no contest in a handicap match
Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett and Scott Steiner via disqualification
Worldwide - 9/30/00:
Johnny the Bull (w/ Mike Sanders, Reno, Shawn Stasiak, & Chuck Palumbo) defeated Chris Harris
Shane Douglas (w/ Torrie Wilson) defeated Scotty Patrick
Worldwide - 10/7/00: Mike Awesome defetaed Steven Sharpe
Worldwide - 11/11/00: Robbie Rage defeated Kevin Northcutt

WCW @ Oklahoma City, OK – September 21, 2000
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Elix Skipper defeated Kwee Wee
The Great Muta defeated the Demon
Mike Awesome defeated Jeff Jarrett
Kronik defeated Chuck Palumbo & Sean Stasiak and Ron & Don Harris
Vito defeated Reno in a hardcore match
The Jung Dragons defeated Mark Jindrak, Sean O’Haire, & Mike Sanders
Shane Douglas defeated David Flair
Bill Goldberg defeated Lex Luger
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Scott Steiner
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Gen. Rection

WCW @ Amarillo, TX – Civic Center – September 22, 2000
The Jung Dragons defeated 3 Count
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Elix Skipper defeated Kwee Wee
The Great Muta defeated the Demon
Cpl Cajun, Lt. Loco, & A-Wall defeated Rey Mysterio Jr., Konnan, & another Filthy Animal
Shane Douglas defeated Billy Kidman
Sting defeated the Great Muta
Terry Funk defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm to win the title
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Lubbock, TX – Civic Center – September 23, 2000
The Jung Dragons defeated 3 Count
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Elix Skipper defeated Kwee Wee
Rey Mysterio Jr., Konnan, & another Filthy Animal defeated Cpl. Cajun, Lt. Loco, & A-Wall
Gen. Rection defeated Lex Luger
Sting defeated the Great Muta
Lance Storm defeated WCW US Champion Terry Funk to win the title
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Uniondale, NY – Nassau Coliseum – September 25, 2000
Monday Nitro:
Johnny the Bull defeated Big Vito in a stickball bat vs. kendo stick I Quit match
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire won a six team battle royal; stipulations stated the winners would be the new WCW Tag Team Titles
Mike Awesome defeated the Insane Clown Posse in a hardcore handicap match
Pamela Paulshock defeated Major Gunns, Paisley, Tygress, Torrie Wilson, Leia Meow, Chae, and Chiquita in a bikini contest
Bill Goldberg defeated Scott Steiner in a steel cage match
Jeff Jarrett defeated Hugh Morrus
Sting defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm in a non-title match
Vince Russo defeated WCW World Champion Booker T in a steel cage match to win the title (Legends of Wrestling: Heetseekers, Legends of Wrestling Collection)

WCW @ Wilkes-Barre, PA - First Union Arena - September 26, 2000
Thunder - 9/27/00:
Disco Inferno pinned Konnan
WCW Hardcore Championship Tournament: The Wall pinned Johnny the Bull in a hardcore match
WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Jim Duggan & Elix Skipper
Kronik defeated Elix Skipper in a handicap match
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera
WCW Hardcore Championship Tournament: Reno pinned Crowbar in a hardcore match
Scott Steiner defeated Stevie Ray
Jeff Jarrett & WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Lex Luger & Hugh Morrus in a No DQ match
Worldwide - 10/7/00: Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Chuck Palumbo
Worldwide - 10/28/00 - hosted by Scott Hudson & Bobby Heenan, with Mike Tenay & Larry Zbyszko on commentary for the matches; included promos for WCW Magazine; featured promos for Halloween Havoc 2000; included a video package on Buff Bagwell and Nitro Girl Chiquita in Chattanooga, TN for an autograph signing; featured promos for the WCW Mastercard, featuring Bagwell:
Robbie Rage defeated Allan Walker via submission with a Cobra Clutch crossface at 3:20
Mike Awesome pinned Kevin Northcutt at 3:48 with a running Awesome Bomb
Worldwide - 11/4/00 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan; included promos for the WCW Magazine; featured promos for WCW Mayhem 2000; included comments from Disco Inferno in which he said his plastic duck could get more over than most of the WCW roster; featured the debut segment of 'WCW Archive,' which looked at the Sting & Ric Flair vs. Arn Anderson & Brian Pillman match from Halloween Havoc 95; included Kwee Wee & Paisley as guests on Heenan's "Win the Brain's Money" game show, in which Heenan cheated to win; featured a promo for the WCW Nitro trading card game; included promos for the WCW Mastercard, featuring Buff Bagwell; featured a vignette on Johnny the Bull, which discussed his growing up and being stabbed five times:
Johnny the Bull & Reno defeated Chris Harris & Scotty Patrick at 5:09 when Johnny pinned Patrick with a twisting legdrop off the top

WCW @ San Francisco, CA – Cow Palace – October 2, 2000 (2,666; 1,941 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Konnan defeated Alex Wright & Disco Inferno in a ladder match
WCW Hardcore Championship Tournament Finals: Reno defeated the Wall via disqualification in a hardcore match
Shane Douglas defeated Mike Awesome
Bill Goldberg defeated Meng
Booker T & Jeff Jarrett defeated Sting & Scott Steiner
Kevin Nash & Mike Sanders defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Elix Skipper in a handicap match; due to stipulations, Sanders won the title
Bill Goldberg defeated Ron & Don Harris in a handicap match
Booker T defeated Jeff Jarrett in a San Francisco 49ers match; stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant WCW World Title

WCW @ Long Beach, CA – October 3, 2000 (2,666; 1,254 paid)
Thunder - 10/4/00:
Jim Duggan defeated A Wall
Scott Steiner defeated Kaz Hayashi, Jamie Knoble, & Yang in a handicap match
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders pinned WCW US Champion Lance Storm; only the Cruiserweight title was at stake
WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Mike Awesome & Crowbar
Shane Douglas pinned Sting
Worldwide - 10/14/00:
Norman Smiley defeated Kevin Northcutt
Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Juventud Guerrera defeated Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias
Worldwide - 10/21/00:
Robbie Rage defeated Jason Styles (AJ Styles)
Kwee Wee defeated Christopher Daniels

WCW @ Sydney, Australia - Entertainment Centre - October 7, 2000
Monday Nitro - 10/9/00:
Elix Skipper defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Alex Wright & Disco Inferno; Wright & Disco initially won the match and titles but Mike Sanders came out and had the match restarted
Tygress defeated Torrie Wilson in a Down-Underwear Match at 1:56; the women wore Australian attire and the goal was to strip the opponent down to her underwear (Before they Were Superstars 2)
WCW World Champion Booker T & Ernest Miller defeated Kevin Nash & Mike Sanders
Bill Goldberg defeated Big Vito
Bill Goldberg defeated Johnny the Bull
Mike Awesome defeated David Flair in a hardcore match
WCW US Champion Lance Storm defeated Konnan
Sting defeated Scott Steiner; WCW World Champion Booker T was the guest referee for the bout late in the contest
Thunder - 10/11/00:
Gen. Rection & Konnan (w/ Tygress) defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm (w/ Major Gunns) & Shane Douglas (w/ Torrie Wilson) at 4:21 when Rection pinned Storm with the moonsault after Billy Kidman interfered behind the referee's back and dropped Douglas with the Kid Krusher; prior to the bout, Douglas cut an in-ring promo in which he accepted Konnan's challenge for a match at Halloween Havoc
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Lash Laroux defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire to win the titles
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Lash Laroux to win the titles
Kronik defeated WCW World Champion Booker T via disqualification in a handicap match
Elix Skipper (w/ Jim Duggan) pinned Billy Kidman with the Play of the Week after Duggan hit Kidman in the back with his 2x4 behind the referee's back
Bill Goldberg pinned Chuck Palumbo
Bill Goldberg defeated Shawn Stasiak
Sting pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders in a non-title match
Mike Awesome & Crowbar defeated Ron & Don Harris
Scott Steiner defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
Ernest Miller defeated Kevin Nash via disqualification

WCW @ Sydney, Australia - Entertainment Centre - October 10, 2000
Kwee Wee defeated Elix Skipper
Shane Douglas & Torrie Wilson defeated Konnan & Tygress
WCW US Champion Gen. Rection defeated Lance Storm via disqualification
Ernest Miller defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders in a non-title match
Scott Steiner won a battle royal; other participants included: Disco Inferno, Alex Wright, Crowbar, Ron & Don Harris, Mike Awesome, Elix Skipper, Kevin Nash, Kwee Wee, Jim Duggan, Lash Laroux, A-Wall, Big Vito, Johnny the Bull, Shawn Stasiak, Chuck Palumbo, Lance Storm, Konnan, Shane Douglas, and Chavo Guerrero Jr.; due to pre-match stipulations, Steiner earned a title shot for later in the show
Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett
Bill Goldberg defeated Kronik in a handicap match
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Scott Steiner

WCW @ Melbourne, Australia - Rod Laver Arena - October 13, 2000
Monday Nitro - 10/16/00:
WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Alex Wright & Disco Inferno
Lance Storm, Jim Duggan, & Elix Skipper defeated the Wall, Chavo Guerrero Jr., & Lash Laroux
Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Tygress defeated Shane Douglas via disqualification in a handicap match
Mike Awesome & Crowbar defeated Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak
Kwee Wee defeated Johnny the Bull
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Shane Douglas
Bill Goldberg defeated David Flair
Scott Steiner defeated Billy Kidman
Jeff Jarrett defeated Konnan
Kevin Nash defeated Sting in a lumberjack match
Thunder - 10/18/00:
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders in a non-title No DQ match
Shane Douglas defeated Big Vito
Alex Wright & Disco Inferno defeated Ron & Don Harris
Bill Goldberg pinned Elix Skipper
Scott Stiener & Jeff Jarrett defeated Konnan & Billy Kidman
WCW World Champion Booker T & Sting defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire via disqualification
Kronik defeated Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak
Mike Awesome won a 29-man battle royal

WCW @ Little Rock, AR - Alltel Arena - October 23, 2000
Monday Nitro:
Ron & Don Harris defeated Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders defeated Jamie-san, Kaz Hayashi, and Yang in kickboxing matches
Kronik defeated Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias in a handicap match
Bill Goldberg defeated Shawn Stasiak
Billy Kidman defeated Alex Wright and Mark Jindrak
Vampiro defeated Crowbar
Shane Douglas defeated Konnan
Scott Steiner defeated Mike Awesome
Thunder - 10/25/00:
WCW Hardcore Champion Reno pinned Kwee Wee in a hardcore match
Buff Bagwell pinned MI Smooth
Ernest Miller & Ms. Jones defeated Mike Sanders & Leia Meow
Vampiro pinned Big Vito
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Lash Laroux defeated Lance Storm & Elix Skipper
Sean O'Haire defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. and Disco Inferno
WCW World Champion Booker T, Bill Goldberg, & Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett & Kronik

Halloween Havoc 00 - Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena - October 29, 2000 (7,582)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Stevie Ray, & Mark Madden on commentary; included a backstage segment, taped earlier in the afternoon, in which Shane Douglas congratulated the Natural Born Thrillas backstage; featured footage from the previous week's Thunder of Bill Goldberg injuring his shoulder after striking the ringpost followed by the announcement Goldberg had not yet arrived to the arena; included a backstage segment in which Kronik told two doctors they might not want to clear Goldberg to wrestle due to his injuries; featured a backstage segment with Konnan, Billy Kidman, Rey Mysterio Jr., and a trainer in which it was discussed whether Konnan was able to compete in his scheduled bout; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with David Flair regarding his upcoming match with Buff Bagwell and whether he was the father of Stacy Keibler's baby, during which Flair showed off the two lab technicians he brought with him to get Bagwell's DNA sample; featured Pamela Paulshock conducting a backstage interview with Scott Steiner, alongside Madajah, regarding his match later in the night against WCW World Champion Booker T; included a backstage segment in which the two doctors from earlier checked on Goldberg to see if he was capable of competing; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Kronik regarding their match later in the show against Goldberg, during which they said if Goldberg couldn't wrestle then they would win by forfeit, his winning streak would be over, they would get paid anyway, and Goldberg would be out of WCW; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Gen. Rection, alongside the Wall, Chavo Guerrero Jr., and Lash Laroux, regarding his match later in the show for the WCW US Title; Leonard Fullick - who won the WCW Mastercard Sweepstakes - was shown in the crowd with his wife and two friends; featured an ad promoting Mayhem on Nov. 26; included Paulshock conducting a backstage interview with Jeff Jarrett regarding his upcoming match with Sting; featured a video package promoting the Sting vs. Jarrett match; included Paulshock conducting a backstage interview with Booker regarding his upcoming match with Steiner, during which Booker said he would buy Goldberg some time to recover by having his title match as the next to last instead of the last match on the show; featured a video package promoting the Booker vs. Steiner match; included a video package promoting the Goldberg vs. Kronik match:
WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr. (w/ Konnan) and Disco Inferno & Alex Wright at 10:08 when O'Haire pinned Disco with the Swanton moments after Mysterio hit a springboard legdrop on Disco as Disco had Jindrak covered following the Chart Buster; after the bout, Wright assaulted Kidman & Mysterio with a steel chair, with Konnan - who provided guest commentary for the match - then trying to make the save but was double teamed by Jindrak & O'Haire; moments later, the Wall came out to clear the ring as Konnan was tended to on the floor
WCW Hardcore Champion Reno pinned the Wall at 10:52 after hitting the Roll of the Dice onto a table at ringside; during the bout, an on screen graphic advertised WCW's Backstage Assault video game; late in the bout, the Wall punched agent Fit Finlay as the fight made its way from the backstage area to the aisle; after the contest, Reno continued to assault the Wall, with Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo then coming out and triple teaming the Wall for several moments until Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Lash Laroux made the save
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Lash Laroux defeated Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo in an impromptu match at 9:23 when Guerrero pinned Stasiak with the Tornado DDT after Palumbo accidentally dropped his partner with a superkick when Laroux moved out of the way; during the bout, an on screen graphic advertised WCW's Backstage Assault video game
Konnan & Tygress defeated Shane Douglas & Torrie Wilson at around the 7:30 mark when Konnan pinned Douglas following a double facebuster; Wilson was dressed as Wonder Woman for the match; prior to the contest, Douglas cut an in-ring promo challenging Tygress to come out alone since Konnan was in no shape to compete; moments after she did, Tygress fought off both opponents until she was eventually double teamed; Konnan came out shortly thereafter
Buff Bagwell defeated David Flair in a first blood match at 5:35 after hitting David with a steel chair and following with the Buff Blockbuster; prior to the bout, David came to the ring with a DNA collecting kit which he left at the commentary table; after the contest, Lex Luger came out, hugged Bagwell, but then attacked him and threw him face-first into the steel ringpost; after the contest, David took a blood sample from Bagwell after he began bleeding from the mouth; moments later, a backstage camera showed David giving the blood sample to two lab technicians as Bill Goldberg was shown arriving to the arena (Luger's surprise return after a 5-month absence)
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders (w/ Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo) defeated Ernest Miller (w/ Ms. Jones) via count-out in a non-title kickboxing match when the referee counted Miller out of the ring following the 3rd round when Miller began fighting with an interfering Shane Douglas at ringside; Douglas appeared ringside after the 2nd round and hit Miller with a foreign object behind the referee's back toward the end of the round
Mike Awesome pinned Vampiro with a powerbomb off the top at 9:50; prior to the bout, Vampiro cut an in-ring promo in which he challenged Awesome to put his WCW World Title shot for the following night's Nitro on the line, with Awesome agreeing; though no stipulation was announced for the match, the referee allowed the use of a table as a weapon and counted a cover made on the floor during the bout; several minutes after the fall, Vampiro was helped to his feet by officials
Gen. Rection defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm (w/ Major Gunns) and Jim Duggan to win the title at 10:08 by pinning Duggan with a botched moonsault as Storm was distracted by Gunns on the floor; prior to the bout, Storm cut an in-ring promo in which he said Rection wouldn't get the gold or the girl; stipulations stated Gunns could rejoin the Misfits in Action if Rection won; late in the contest, Elix Skipper came out to try to interfere but Gunns knocked him off the apron; after the match, Chavo Guerrero Jr., the Wall, Lash Laroux, and Gunns celebrated Rection's win in the ring
Jeff Jarrett pinned Sting at 14:39 after smashing a guitar over him; early in the bout, a man dressed as Sting circa 1989 appeared at the entranceway, with Sting attacking him and dropping him with the Scorpion Death Drop; moments later, a man dressed as Sting circa the early 90s came through the crowd, with Sting fighting him off as well; a Wolfpac era Sting appeared, with Sting assaulting him with a baseball bat and also dropping him with the Scorpion Death Drop; late in the contest, Sting locked Jarrett in the Scorpion Deathlock, only for a Crow Sting to come through the mat and pull Sting underneath the ring; after Sting fought off the fake Sting and set Jarrett up for the Scorpion Death Drop, the lights went out and another Crow Sting (Bill Eadie) came down from the rafters; Sting then hit the Scorpion Death Drop on the fake Sting through the commentary table; another fake Sting then smashed a guitar over Sting's head, with Sting no selling it and laying out the man; Jarrett then smashed another guitar over Sting and made the pin
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) via disqualification at 13:26 after Steiner hit Booker with a lead pipe as the champion attempted a Harlem sidekick, then assaulted several officials inbetween locking Booker in the Steiner Recliner; upon Steiner's entrance, footage was shown of the challenger attacking agent Ricky Santana backstage, upset that the match wasn't going on last as originally scheduled; after his introduction, Steiner confronted Stevie Ray at the commentary table; after the contest, Steiner laid out several officials with the pipe before Jeff Jarrett appeared in an attempt to restrain Steiner; moments later, Steiner hit Booker several times with the pipe until he was forced back by security
Bill Goldberg defeated Kronik in a No DQ handicap match at 3:44; prior to the bout, Brian Adams cut an in-ring promo claiming Goldberg hasn't been cleared to wrestle and the match wouldn't be happening; moments later, backstage footage showed that Goldberg had just been cleared; Goldberg pinned Bryan Clarke following a spear through a table set up in the corner at 2:26; Goldberg pinned Adams with the spear and Jackhammer (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)

WCW @ Irvine, CA - Bren Events Center - October 30, 2000
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman
WCW Hardcore Champion Reno defeated Kwee Wee
MI Smooth defeated David Flair
Lex Luger defeated Buff Bagwell
Kronik defeated Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo
Ernest Miller defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders in a non-title match
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Mike Awesome and Scott Steiner
Thunder - 11/1/00:
Jamie-san, Yang, & Kaz Hayashi defeated Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, & Evan Karagias
Elix Skipper pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Disco Inferno & Alex Wright
The Wall pinned Meng
Lance Storm defeated Norman Smiley
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Crowbar
Sting & Mike Awesome defeated Jeff Jarrett & Vampiro

- 10/31/00: "Backstage Assault" was released on Playstation.

WCW @ Chicago, IL - United Center - November 6, 2000 (7,000)
Monday Nitro:
Lance Storm defeated Kwee Wee
Shawn Stasiak defeated WCW Hardcore Champion Reno via forfeit
WCW World Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms and the Jung Dragons
Scott Steiner & Jeff Jarrett defeated Sting & Buff Bagwell
WCW US Champion Gen. Rection defeated Alex Wright
Bill Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Kevin Nash
Thunder - 11/8/00:
Jamie Knoble pinned Evan Karagias
Crowbar pinned WCW Hardcore Champion Reno to win the title
Konnan pinned Disco Inferno
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned David Flair
Lance Storm defeated Meng
Kevin Nash fought Shawn Stasiak to a no contest
WCW World Champion Booker T pinned Mike Awesome
Bill Goldberg defeated Lex Luger and Bam Bam Bigelow

WCW @ London, England - Arena - November 10, 2000 (9,138)
Monday Nitro - 11/13/00:
WCW Hardcore Champion Crowbar defeated Big Vito
Lethal Lottery: Sting & Scott Steiner defeated Mike Awesome & Bam Bam Bigelow
Lethal Lottery: Kronik defeated WCW World Champion Booker T & Lex Luger
Kevin Nash defeated Chuck Palumbo, Shawn Stasiak & WCW Tag Team Champion Sean O'Haire via disqualification in a handicap match
Ernest Miller defeated Elix Skipper
Bill Goldberg defeated Disco Inferno & Alex Wright in a handicap match
Lance Storm defeated WCW US Champion Hugh Morrus to win the title
Lethal Lottery: Sting & Scott Steiner defeated Kronik
Worldwide - 12/2/00: Norman Smiley defeated Kwee Wee (w/ Paisley)
Worldwide - 12/16/00: Buff Bagwell defeated Drew McDonald

WCW @ Newcastle, England - Telewest Arena - November 11, 2000 (5,709)
Norman Smiley defeated Kwee Wee (w/ Paisley) via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing
Gen. Rection, Chavo Guerrero Jr., & Lash Laroux defeated Lance Storm, Jim Duggan, & Elix Skipper (w/ Major Gunns)
Ernest Miller (w/ Mrs. Jones) defeated Mike Sanders
WCW Hardcore Champion Crowbar defeated Big Vito, Meng, and A-Wall
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated the Filthy Animals and Alex Wright & Disco Inferno
Mike Awesome defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Kevin Nash, Sting, & Buff Bagwell defeated Chuck Palumbo, Sean Stasiak, & Reno
Bill Goldberg defeated Lex Luger
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Scott Steiner

WCW @ Manchester, England - Evening News Arena - November 12, 2000
Thunder - 11/15/00:
Reno pinned Big Vito
WCW Hardcore Champion Crowbar pinned Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match
Kwee Wee defeated Rey Mysterio Jr., Billy Kidman, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Lash Laroux, and Elix Skipper in an elimination match; stipulations stated the winner would become the #1 contender to the WCW Cruiserweight Title
WCW World Champion Booker T pinned WCW US Champion Lance Storm
Kevin Nash defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders via disqualification in a non-title match
Alex Wright & Disco Inferno defeated Ernest Miller & Konnan
Bill Goldberg pinned Buff Bagwell
Lethal Lottery Finals: Sting pinned Scott Steiner
Worldwide - 12/2/00: The Wall defeated Ian Harrison

WCW @ Manchester, England - Evening News Arena - November 13, 2000 (7,001)
Ernest Miller defeated Mike Sanders
Elix Skipper defeated Kwee Wee
Mike Awesome & Norman Smiley defeated Alex Wright & Disco Inferno
Gen. Rection defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm via disqualification when Major Gunns interfered
WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindtrack & Sean O'Haire defeated the Filthy Animals
Sting & Kevin Nash defeated Mike Sanders & Kronik
Bill Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Scott Steiner

Millennium Final - Oberhausen, Germany - Arena - November 16, 2000 (9,000)
Live countdown show - featured David Kamp conducting a backstage interview with Sting regarding him defending the European Cup later in the show against a mystery opponent; included footage of a meet & greet event during the tour featuring WCW World Champion Booker T, Kronik, and Major Gunns; featured ? conducting a backstage interview with Alex Wright regarding his upcoming WCW Tag Team Title shot; featured footage of Mike Awesome, Disco Inferno, and others signing autographs at Planet Hollywood; included Kamp conducting a backstage interview with Kevin Nash regarding the first pay-per-view in Germany; featured a video package focusing on Wright's WCW victories over Jean Paul Levesque, Chris Jericho, and the Ultimo Dragon, as well as his recent quest with Disco Inferno to win the tag team titles; included Kamp conducting a backstage interview with Booker regarding meeting the German fans and facing Scott Steiner later in the show; featured a video package showing Axel Shulz being welcomed at the arena by Pamela Paulshock, then getting referee training from Nick Patrick in the ring; included Kamp conducting a backstage interview with Shulz regarding his referee role in the main event; featured Kamp conducting a backstage interview with Ernest Miller, alongside Miss Jones, in which Miller said he didn't come to Germany to dance, he came to kick Mike Sanders' ass; included a video package showing the ring and stage crew getting the arena ready for the show; featured ? conducting a backstage interview with WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak regarding their title defense against Wright in his home country; included ? conducting a backstage interview with WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders in which he discussed being the new WCW Commissioner, with Sanders making fun of how far behind Germany was compared to the US
Germany-exclusive pay-per-view - featured ? & ? on commentary; included David Kamp conducting a backstage interview with Axel Shulz and Alex Wright's father; featured ? conducting a backstage interview with Kevin Nash regarding his upcoming match against Mike Awesome, with the winner facing Sting for the European Cup; included Kamp conducting a backstage interview with WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak regarding their upcoming tag team title defense against Alex Wright & Disco Inferno; featured ? conducting an in-ring interview with Ric Flair regarding the event, during which Flair announced Fit Finlay would battle in a hardcore match later in the show and that Alex Wright would be added to the Nash vs. Awesome match, with the winner facing Sting; included Kamp conducting a backstage interview with Sting regarding his defense of the European Cup later in the show; featured Kamp conducting a backstage interview with WCW World Champion Booker T regarding his upcoming title defense against Scott Steiner:
Kronik defeated Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio (w/ Tygress) at 10:15 when Bryan Clarke pinned Kidman after a double chokeslam after Brian Adams prevented Kidman from hitting a Sliced Bread #2 on Clarke
Mike Awesome won a 20-man Royal Rumble match at 19:07 by last eliminating Alex Wright; order of entry: Lance Storm (0:00), Elix Skipper (0:00), Gen. Rection (1:06), Ernest Miller (2:01), Mike Sanders (3:00), Kwee Wee (5:34), Disco Inferno (6:49), Billy Kidman (7:46), Brian Adams & Bryan Clarke (9:03), Rey Mysterio Jr. (9:55), WCW Tag Team Champion Sean O'Haire (11:00), WCW Tag Team Champion Mark Jindrak (11:47), Norman Smiley (12:58), Alex Wright (14:00), Konnan (14:38), Fit Finlay (15:31); order of elimination: Storm by Rection via a backdrop (5:34), Miller by Sanders (7:00), Skipper by Adams (9:08), Rection by Adams (9:13), Kwee Wee by Adams (9:23), Disco by Clarke (9:32), Sanders by Adams (9:39); Kidman by O'Haire via a kick to the face (11:23), Mysterio by Kronik (11:27), Kronik by Finlay after Clarke accidentally hit a clothesline on Adams (16:03), O'Haire by Smiley (16:20), Jindrak by Smiley (16:33), Smiley by Finlay following a chairshot (16:42), Konnan by Finlay (16:52), Finlay by Wright (18:55); Wright by Awesome; mid-way through the bout, Awesome complained of a knee injury and remained on the floor until Wright was left alone in the ring; after the bout, ? conducted an in-ring interview with Awesome regarding his match later in the show against Kevin Nash, with the winner then facing Sting in the main event; during the interview, Awesome made fun of the German crowd before saying he would take the European Cup back to America
Kwee Wee (w/ Paisley) pinned Elix Skipper at 10:28 with a tilt-a-whirl into a sit-down face-first slam
Ernest Miller (w/ Miss Jones) pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders in a non-title match at 5:32 with a kick to the face after Sanders missed a charge into the corner; prior to the bout, Sanders cut an in-ring promo in which he said he couldn't be an asshole because he wasn't from Germany
Gen. Rection defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm (w/ Major Gunns) via disqualification at 7:34 when Major Gunns interfered; prior to the bout, Storm cut an in-ring promo saying he may hate America but at least he can get some decent catering there; referee Mickey James didn't call for the bell until Storm had the challenger in the Canadian Maple Leaf, and Gunns never physically involved herself in the match aside from standing on the apron; after the bout, Storm called for the Canadian National Anthem to play, with Rection attacking him and dropping Gunns with a piledriver
WCW Hardcore Champion Norman Smiley pinned Fit Finlay in a Bavarian Oktoberfest hardcore match at 10:27 after knocking Finlay from the ring into a table set up on the floor, then making the cover on the floor; prior to the bout, Smiley came out in Bavarian garb and danced with two Nitro girls, also in German clothing; after the bout, Smiley was interviewed backstage until Finlay assaulted him
Alex Wright & Gen. Rection (sub. for Disco Inferno) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire to win the titles at 11:26 when Wright pinned Jindrak with a missile dropkick after Rection dropped Jindrak with a jawbreaker; prior to the bout, Wright cut a promo in the aisle in which he said Disco was too injured to compete, then introducing Rection as his new partner; the two then held up the German flag together; after the contest, Wright took the mic and cut a promo on the title win
Kevin Nash defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Alex Wright and Mike Awesome at 7:24 by pinning both men after hitting Wright with the German flagpole Wright brought to the ring, then dropping him with the powerbomb and dragging him on top of Awesome after Awesome crashed through a table in the ring; stipulations stated the winner would face Sting for the European Cup later in the show
WCW World Champion Booker T pinned Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) at 11:34 with the Bookend; prior to the bout, Steiner cut an in-ring promo on the crowd, during which he said "bullshit" and "fuck you" to the crowd; late in the contest, Steiner took off referee Charles Robinson's referee shirt and hung him upside down in the corner, giving the shirt to Madajah; in the ensuing fight, another referee ran out and counted the pinfall
Sting defeated Kevin Nash via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 5:45 after hitting two Stinger Splashes and a DDT; the match was officially a title defense of the European Cup Sting won while on a WCW tour in 1994; prior to the bout, the European Cup, encased in glass, was shown in the middle of the ring before guest referee Axel Shulz handed it to some of the Nitro Girls sitting ringside; after the match, Sting helped Nash to his feet and Nash raised Sting's hand in victory, with Shulz then presenting Sting with the cup as confetti fell from the rafters

WCW @ Augusta, GA - Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center - November 20, 2000 (3,800)
Monday Nitro:
Jamie Noble defeated Yang
Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Alex Wright & Elix Skipper to win the titles
Hugh Morrus & Meng defeated Lance Storm & Jim Duggan
Bill Goldberg defeated Kwee Wee
Bill Goldberg defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders in a non-title match
Buff Bagwell defeated Shane Douglas
WCW World Champion Booker T pinned Lex Luger at 3:46 after Bill Goldberg, who appeared ringside late in the bout and brawled with Scott Steiner, who did guest commentary at ringside, hit the spear on Luger; after the bout, Booker and Goldberg yelled at each other before Booker and Steiner began fighting in the ring, with referees trying to break up the fight as the show came to a close
Thunder - 11/22/00:
Meng defeated Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire via disqualification in a handicap match
Yang defeated Evan Karagias and Shannon Moore
Bryan Clarke defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman in a handicap match
Jeff Jarrett & Shane Douglas defeated Buff Bagwell & Ernest Miller
Scott Steiner defeated Big Vito
Bam Bam Bigelow & Reno defeated Mike Awesome & Crowbar in a hardcore match
Shawn Stasiak pinned Diamond Dallas Page in a lumberjack match

Mayhem 00 - Milwaukee, WI - Cellular Arena - November 26, 2000 (3,800)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Mark Madden, & Stevie Ray on commentary:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders defeated Kwee Wee
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias and Yang & Kaz Hayashi
Mancow defeated Jimmy Hart
WCW Hardcore Champion Crowbar defeated Reno and Big Vito
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Alex Wright & Kronik
Ernest Miller defeated Shane Douglas
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated A-Wall
Gen. Rection pinned WCW US Champion Lance Storm to win the title
Jeff Jarrett defeated Buff Bagwell
Kevin Nash & Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak to win the titles
Bill Goldberg pinned Lex Luger
Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) defeated WCW World Champion Booker T via KO with the Steiner Recliner to win the title in a steel cage match at 13:11 after hitting Booker in the head with a steel chair and then hitting a full nelson slam; during the match, a straightjacket was hung from the ceiling of the cage that could be used in the match; late in the bout, Booker put Steiner in the straightjacket but the challenger ripped it off; after the contest, Steiner continued to assault Booker's knee with the chair until referees swarmed the ring

WCW @ Rockford, IL - Metro Centre - November 27, 2000 (3,800)
Monday Nitro:
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Lash Laroux defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms
Yang defeated Lance Storm
Ron Harris & Alex Wright defeated Evan Karagias & Jamie Noble
WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Diamond Dallas Page defeated Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire via disqualification
Bill Goldberg defeated Reno
WCW US Champion Hugh Morrus defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Stevie Ray; stipulations stated if Steiner won then Stevie Ray would retire
Thunder - 11/29/00:
Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated Lance Storm & Elix Skipper
Lex Luger defeated Norman Smiley
WCW Hardcore Champion Crowbar pinned David Flair in a hardcore match
WCW US Champion Hugh Morrus fought Shane Douglas to a no contest
Jeff Jarrett, Ron & Don Harris defeated Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Billy Kidman
The Wall defeated Bam Bam Bigelow in a tables match
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Buff Bagwell

WCW @ Kearney, NE - December 3, 2000 (3,479)
Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias defeated Shane Helms & Shannon Moore and Yang & Kaz Hayashi
WCW Hardcore Champion Crowbar defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Ernest Miller defeated Elix Skipper
Buff Bagwell defeated Jeff Jarrett
WCW US Champion Gen. Rection defeated Shane Douglas
Kevin Nash & Diamond Dallas Page defeated Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak
Bill Goldberg defeated Lex Luger

WCW @ Lincoln, NE - Pershing Auditorium - December 4, 2000 (3,433; 2,433 paid)
Monday Nitro:
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kwee Wee
WCW Hardcore Champion Crowbar defeated Elix Skipper in a hardcore match
WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Diamond Dallas Page defeated Shane Helms & Shannon Moore
Reno defeated Brian Adams via disqualification
Bill Goldberg defeated MI Smooth
Jeff Jarrett defeated Konnan
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated WCW US Champion Hugh Morrus
Thunder - 12/6/00:
Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire defeated Evan Karagias & Jamie Noble
The Wall fought Bam Bam Bigelow to a draw in a hardcore match
Ernest Miller, Yang, & Kaz Hayashi defeated Lance Storm, Jim Duggan, & Elix Skipper
Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Mike Sanders to win the title
Buff Bagwell pinned Alex Wright
Bryan Clarke pinned Big Vito
Bill Goldberg pinned Shane Douglas

WCW @ Chicago, IL - December 5, 2000 (9,284; 5,284 paid)

WCW @ Monroe, LA - December 10, 2000
Elix Skipper defeated Lash Laroux
Crowbar defeated Big Vito and Reno
Jim Duggan defeated the Wall
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kwee Wee
Kronik defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman and Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak
Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Kevin Nash
Konnan defeated Jeff Jarrett
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Sid Vicious

WCW @ Bossier City, LA - Centurytel Center - December 11, 2000
Monday Nitro - 12/12/00:
Ernest Miller & Mrs. Jones defeated Lance Storm & Major Gunns
Meng fought Norman Smiley to a no contest
Sid Vicious defeated Mike Sanders
Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak defeated Kevin Nash & Diamond Dallas Page and Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak
Bill Goldberg defeated Dewayne Bruce
Shane Douglas defeated Lash Laroux via disqualification
Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Billy Kidman defeated Jeff Jarrett in a handicap elimination match
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated the Wall
Thunder - 12/13/00:
Evan Karagias & Jamie Noble defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi and Shane Helms & Shannon Moore
Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. in a handicap match
Ernest Miller pinned Jim Duggan
Lex Luger defeated Dewayne Bruce
Kronik defeated Big Vito & Reno
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Mike Sanders via disqualification
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Meng

- 12/13/00: "Backstage Assault" was released on N64.

Starrcade 00 - Washington DC - MCI Center - December 17, 2000 (6,596)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Scott Hudson, & Mark Madden on commentary; included a backstage segment with Lance Storm and Jim Duggan in which Storm said the American fans would never take Duggan back and that his future was with Team Canada; featured a backstage segment with Jeff Jarrett, Ron & Don Harris, and Mike Sanders in which Jarrett proposed his team should have a bunkhouse match against the Filthy Animals instead of their scheduled streetfight, with Sanders agreeing the match be a bunkhouse and streetfight match; included a backstage segment with Kronik in the sauna in which they talked about getting paid later in the show by an unknown benefactor for facing Big Vito & Reno; featured a backstage segment in which Mike Awesome was shown driving an ambulance to the arena for his ambulance match later in the show against Bam Bam Bigelow; included Buff Bagwell conducting a backstage interview with Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., Billy Kidman, & Tygress regarding their upcoming match against Jarrett & the Harris Brothers; during the segment, Konnan's use of the word "ass" was censored; featured a backstage segment in which the Natural Born Thrillas confronted Big Vito, Reno, & Marie; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Storm, Major Gunns, & Elix Skipper regarding their attack on Duggan earlier in the show; during the segment, Gunns flubbed her line of "Don't blame Canada, blame yourself;" Okerlund then told her he had a pole to fly her Canadian flag on; featured a backstage segment showing Lex Luger going through his gym bag and pulling out a pair of brass knuckles; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Shane Helms & Shannon Moore regarding their ladder match win earlier in the show and which of them would challenge WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr.; moments later, Guerrero interrupted and laid out both men; featured Bagwell conducting a backstage interview with WCW US Champion Gen. Rection, alongside Lash Laroux and the Wall, regarding Guerrero and Rection's upcoming title defense against Shane Douglas; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Sanders, Sean O'Haire, Mark Jindrak, Reno, WCW Tag Team Champions Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo regarding Reno joining them earlier in the show and Stasiak & Palumbo defending against Diamond Dallas Page & Kevin Nash later in the show; after they walked off, Okerlund said he would slap the crap out of Stasiak one of these days; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WCW World Champion Scott Steiner, alongside Madajah, regarding his upcoming title defense against Sid Vicious; included a vignette promoting the return of Glacier; featured Bagwell conducting a backstage interview with Page & Nash regarding their upcoming tag team title match; included an ad promoting WCW Sin on Jan. 14, 2001; featured Bagwell conducting a backstage interview with Dewayne Bruce regarding the upcoming match between Luger and Bill Goldberg, during which Luger jumped Bruce from behind and ran off:
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi (w/ Leia Meow) and Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias in a ladder match at 13:51 when both men grabbed the contract after Helms threw Noble off a ladder placed across two others to build a bridge; pre-match stipulations stated the sole winner would face WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. the following night on Monday Nitro; Guerrero provided guest commentary for the bout (The Ladder Match, Starrcade: The Essential Collection)
Lance Storm (w/ Major Gunns & Elix Skipper) defeated Ernest Miller (w/ Ms. Jones) via submission with the Canadian Maple Leaf at 7:25 after Jim Duggan, who came ringside late in the bout, reluctantly hit Miller from behind after opting not to hit him with his 2x4; prior to the bout, Storm cut an in-ring promo in which he mocked the fact it took America 37 days to determine a president; following his entrance, Miller cut a promo in the aisle saying he would send Storm back to Canada and he should take Mark Madden with him; after the contest, Storm and Skipper attacked Duggan until Miller made the save
Terry Funk pinned WCW Hardcore Champion Crowbar (w/ Daffney) to win the title at 10:21 following a piledriver onto a car door in the ring
Kronik fought Big Vito & Reno (w/ Marie) to a no contest at 8:19 when Reno attacked Vito, dropped him with the Roll of the Dice, and Kronik forced the referee to count the pinfall when Reno made the cover; prior to the bout, Brian Adams cut an in-ring promo claiming Marie was the one who hired them to take out Vito & Reno, with Marie denying it; late in the contest, Mike Sanders, Sean O'Haire, Mark Jindrak, WCW Tag Team Champions Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo appeared at the entrance stage to watch the match; after the bout, Reno gave Kronik their money and joined the Natural Born Thrillas on the stage before Kronik continued to attack Vito and made Marie watch
Mike Awesome defeated Bam Bam Bigelow in an ambulance match at 8:35 when Awesome hit Bigelow with a piece of the ambulance, knocking Bigelow through the roof and into the vehicle
WCW US Champion Gen. Rection defeated Shane Douglas via disqualification at 9:46 when WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. came out, threw Douglas' chain to the challenger behind the referee's back, and then alerted the referee that Douglas had the weapon; prior to the bout, Douglas cut an in-ring promo saying it wouldn't take 37 days to figure out who would win; after the contest, Douglas continued to assault Rection with the weapon before dropping both Rection and Guerrero with the Franchiser; moments later, Lash Laroux and the Wall came out to tend to Rection, with Rection then yelling at Guerrero over why he interfered; Laroux then helped Guerrero out of the ring while the Wall helped Rection
Jeff Jarrett, Ron & Don Harris defeated Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Billy Kidman (w/ Tygress) in a bunkhouse / streetfight match at 12:32 when Jarrett pinned Kidman with the Stroke after one of the Harris twins broke a liquor bottle over Kidman's head as Kidman attempted the Shooting Star Press on Jarrett; Tygress joined the commentary team for the match
Diamond Dallas Page & Kevin Nash defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Shawn Stasiak & Chuck Palumbo (w/ Mike Sanders) to win the titles at 12:05 when Nash pinned Palumbo with the powerbomb, despite interference late in the match from Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire; before the match began, Ric Flair appeared and said if Sanders took one step in the ring then Page & Nash would win the titles automatically; following the bout, Nash took the mic and said "Hey yo ... we got them again"
Bill Goldberg pinned Lex Luger in a No DQ match at 7:20 with the spear and Jackhammer; mid-way through the bout, Dewayne Bruce and Buff Bagwell came ringside, with Bagwell telling Bruce not to interfere because he could get hurt; eventually, Bagwell hit the Buff Blockbuster on Golduberg - seemingly accidentally - but later attacked Bruce on the floor; after the bout, Bagwell assaulted Goldberg with a steel chair before leaving ringside with Luger; moments later, Goldberg took a young boy out of the crowd, who said his dream was to meet Goldberg, and took him backstage
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) defeated Sid Vicious via KO with the Steiner Recliner at 10:13 after a low blow and t-bone suplex; although the match did not have added stipulations announced, Steiner hit the first referee at the 8-minute mark and Jeff Jarrett accidentally broke a guitar over the champion's head at the 9-minute mark

WCW @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - December 18, 2000 (2,872)
Kevin Nash, Sid Vicious, and Diamond Dallas Page refused to work the taping; during the night, there was a backstage fight between Page and WCW World Champion Scott Steiner
Monday Nitro:
Shane Helms defeated Shannon Moore; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would receive a WCW Cruiserweight Title shot at Sin
WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk defeated Meng in a hardcore match
Lance Storm defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
Jeff Jarrett defeated Mike Awesome
Ernest Miller defeated Alex Wright
Bill Goldberg defeated Buff Bagwell via disqualification
Jeff Jarrett defeated Lance Storm
Thunder - 12/20/00:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Jamie Noble
Sean O'Haire & Mark Jindrak and Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak co-won an 8-team battle royal; other participants included Shannon Moore & Shane Helms, Yang & Kaz Hayashi, Meng & Kwee Wee, Ron & Don Harris, Jamie Noble & Evan Karagias, Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman
Konnan defeated Elix Skipper
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Crowbar
Bill Goldberg pinned Norman Smiley
Shane Douglas & Kronik defeated Hugh Morrus, the Wall, & Lash LaRoux
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Ernest Miller

WCW @ Memphis, TN - Mid-South Coliseum - December 22, 2000 (2,547; 1,329 paid)
Danger Boy (local DJ) defeated Jimmy Hart
WCW Thunder - 1/3/01:
Shane Helms defeated Jamie Knoble
Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo defeated Cpl. Cajun & A-Wall
Meng defeated Crowbar in a chair on a pole match
Bill Goldberg defeated Mark Jindrak
Ernest Miller defeated Reno
Mike Awesome (w/ Lance Storm, Elix Skipper, & Major Gunns) pinned Jim Duggan with a shoulderblock and frog splash after Duggan knocked Storm and Skipper off the apron; after the bout, Billy Kidman, Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., and Tygress made the save for Duggan and cleared the ring of Team Canada; moments later, Konnan showed Team Canada's bus in the parking lot, now spraypainted by the Filthy Animals
Dewayne Bruce defeated Buff Bagwell via disqualification
Jeff Jarrett defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification after WCW World Champion Scott Steiner interfered
Worldwide - 1/6/01: Shane Douglas pinned Norman Smiley
Worldwide - 1/13/01: WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Evan Karagias with the brainbuster
Worldwide - 1/20/01: Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Big Vito after fighting off an interfering Johnny the Bull; after the bout, Vito and Johnny reunited
Worldwide - 1/27/01: Kronik defeated Meng & Kwee Wee when Kwee Wee was pinned
Worldwide - 2/3/01: Alex Wright pinned Danny Faquir
Worldwide - 2/10/01: Shannon Moore defeated Chris Harris
Worldwide - 2/24/01: Ron & Don Harris defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi; after the bout, Yang challenged Jeff Jarrett to a match but Jarrett hit him over the head with a guitar after Yang was held by the Harris twins

- 12/27/00: Mark Madden was fired. The reasons given were for referring to the possible sale of the company, Scott Hall, and giving an unauthorized interview.

WCW @ LaCrosse, WI - Center - January 7, 2001 (1,795)
Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias and Shane Helms & Shannon Moore
Ernest Miller defeated Elix Skipper
Lance Storm & Mike Awesome defeated Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr.
WCW US Champion Gen. Rection defeated Shane Douglas
WCW Tag Team Champions Diamond Dallas Page & Kevin Nash defeated Chuck Palumbo & Shawn Stasiak
Bill Goldberg & Dewayne Bruce defeated Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell via disqualification
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Jeff Jarrett and Sid Vicious

- 1/01: Pamela Paulshock was released.

WCW @ St. Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center - January 8, 2001 (4,500; 3,153 paid)
Lenny Lane and Jerry Lynn were both backstage at the show
Monday Nitro - featured Tony Schiavone, Scott Hudson, & Disco Inferno on commentary:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Shannon Moore
Ron Harris defeated Ernest Miller
Billy Kidman (w/ Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Tygress) pinned Lance Storm (w/ Mike Awesome, Major Gunns, & Elix Skipper) with the Kid Krusher at 4:08 after all the seconds began brawling at ringside; prior to the bout, Storm challenged the Filthy Animals to a Canadian Penalty Box match at Sin; during the bout, Konnan briefly joined the commentary team
Sid Vicious defeated Shane Douglas
Bill Goldberg & Dewayne Bruce defeated Kronik
Diamond Dallas Page & Kevin Nash co-won a last man standing match against Meng, Mike Sanders, Chuck Palumbo, and Sean O'Haire
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner fought Jeff Jarrett to a no contest
Thunder - 1/10/01:
Chuck Palumbo & Sean O'Haire defeated Kwee Wee & Big Vito
Lance Storm & Elix Skipper defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman
Hugh Morrus, WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Diamond Dallas Page defeated Shane Douglas, Mark Jindrak, & Shawn Stasiak
Meng defeated Don Harris
Kronik defeated Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell via disqualification
Sid Vicious defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner via disqualification

- 1/11/01: It was announced Fusient Media would purchase WCW from Time Warner. The actual sale was to take place within the next 30 to 90 days.

Sin - Indianapolis, IN - Conseco Fieldhouse - January 14, 2001 (6,617; 4,631 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Scott Hudson on commentary; included a pretaped segment in which Mike Tenay conducted a backstage interview with Ric Flair after Flair drove into the arena in a limo but Flair declined to announce the identity of the mystery opponent in the main event; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Big Vito, alongside Johnny the Bull, regarding his upcoming match with Reno and Johnny being barred from ringside; included a backstage segment in which Mike Sanders was shown paying off Brian Adams to do a job for him; moments later, Bryan Clarke walked in and showed that he got paid more to do another job; featured backstage footage of Buff Bagwell & Lex Luger arriving to the arena and laughing about their plans to get Bill Goldberg disqualified, if they had to, in order to win their upcoming match and have Goldberg fired; included a backstage segment showing Ric Flair and Bill Goldberg watching the earlier footage of Luger & Bagwell arriving to the arena, with Flair then suggesting he make the match a No DQ bout to help protect Goldberg; moments later, Flair introduced a father and son backstage that Goldberg signed autographs and took photos with; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Jeff Jarrett regarding his participation in the main event, with Jarrett saying he was there to watch the back of WCW World Champion Scott Steiner; included Tenay conducting a backstage interview with Mike Sanders, reno, Shawn Stasiak, Mark Jindrak, and Chuck Palumbo & Sean O'Haire regarding their upcoming WCW Tag Team Title match; featured a backstage shot of WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Diamond Dallas Page preparing for their title defense; included a backstage segment with Flair and the Cat, alongside Miss Jones, in which Flair congratulated Miller for his win and said he could take the night off; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Sid Vicious regarding his upcoming WCW World Title shot against Steiner, Jarrett, and the mystery man:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Shane Helms at 11:14 with the brainbuster after avoiding the Nightmare on Helms Street; prior to the bout, Helms was shown speaking backstage with Shannon Moore and said he wanted to face Guerrero alone
Reno pinned Big Vito at 8:41 with the Roll of the Dice after reversing a suplex attempt; stipulations stated Johnny the Bull would be banned from ringside for the bout
Yang & Kaz Hayashi (w/ Leia Meow) defeated Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias at 9:23 in an unadvertised match when Yang pinned Noble with an inside cradle almost immediately after missing the Yang Time; after the bout, Noble & Karagias cleared the ring of their opponents
Ernest Miller (w/ Miss Jones) pinned Mike Sanders at 5:44 with the Feliner after Kronik fought off an interfering Shawn Stasiak & Mark Jindrak on the floor, with Bryan Clarke then entering the ring and stuffing Sanders' own money in his mouth that Sanders gave Kronik earlier in the show; stipulations stated Miller would win Sanders' commissioner role if he won and Sanders would win Miss Jones if he won; prior to the bout, Sanders cut an in-ring promo on the crowd and the stipulations of the match, with Cat eventually coming out and saying he would win the commissionership for the fans
Lance Storm, Mike Awesome, & Elix Skipper (w/ Major Gunns) defeated Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Billy Kidman (w/ Tygress) at 13:07 in a penalty box match when Kidman submitted to Storm's Canadian Maple Leaf at 13:05; Jim Duggan was the guest referee for the bout; Team Canada was driven into the entrance stage area on their bus; following his entrance, Storm cut an in-ring promo before having the Canadian National Anthem play; Duggan explained the rules of the match after both teams' entrances by saying anyone that disobeyed his call would be sent to the penalty box for a set period of time, thus giving the opposing team the advantage; penalties: Skipper for illegally double teaming Mysterio (1:06); Awesome for accidentally touching Duggan (1:19); Awesome for pulling Kidman's hair from the ring apron (3:49); Storm for grabbing Duggan's shirt (3:53); Mysterio and Kidman for double teaming (7:08); Tygress and Gunns for fighting on the floor after Tygress sprayed Gunns with a water bottle (8:01); Awesome and Skipper for double teaming on the floor (11:16); Tygress for hitting the Bronko Buster in the ring (11:40)
Meng defeated Crowbar (w/ Daffney) and WCW Hardcore Champion Terry Funk at 12:12 to win the title by pinning Funk with the Tongan Death Grip; Meng came to the ring in possession of the title belt after taking it earlier in the week; during his entrance, Funk grabbed Daffney, sitting ringside, and yanked her over the railing until Crowbar came out and attacked Funk to start the match; mid-way through the match, Crowbar came off a section of the audience seating to put Funk through a table but the spot wasn't shown live, instead the director cut to a far off camera with the cameraman's elbow taking up most of the screen; the move was later shown unobstructed in a replay
Chuck Palumbo & Sean O'Haire defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Diamond Dallas Page to win the titles at 11:17 when O'Haire pinned Nash with the Swanton after Buff Bagwell, in disguise, interfered behind the referee's back and struck Nash with a monkey wrench; following the entrances, Mike Sanders, accompanied by Shawn Stasiak, Mark Jindrak, & Reno, came out and said he could make a substitution during the match whenever he wanted; moments later, Ric Flair, accompanied by security, ordered that Sanders and all the other members of the Natural Born Thrillers that weren't wrestling would have to go backstage or they would be fined and suspended; late in the bout, Sanders and Stasiak ran out but were blocked in the aisle by security, with Lex Luger then coming out of the crowd with a chair and attempting to attack Nash; moments later, Page fought with Luger into the crowd, allowing Bagwell to interfere
Shane Douglas defeated WCW US Champion Gen. Rection in a first blood match to win the title at 11:36
Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell defeated Bill Goldberg & Dewayne Bruce in a No DQ match at 11:00 when Luger pinned Goldberg after Bagwell hit the Buff Blockbuster as Goldberg was on Luger's shoulders; stipulations stated if Goldberg's team lost then he would retire (Goldberg's last appearance) (Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection)
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Jeff Jarrett, Sid Vicious, and Road Warrior Animal (mystery opponent) at 7:53 when Steiner pinned Sid; during the closing moments of the bout, Vicious sustained a compound fracture in his leg after attempting a jumping kick off the turnbuckle (Road Warrior Animal's surprise return after a 5-year absence)

WCW @ Ft. Wayne, IN - Allen County War Memorial - January 15, 2001 (4,836; 3,555 paid)
Billy Elvis & Jack Hammer defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms
Monday Nitro:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Crowbar
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Shane Helms & Shannon Moore
WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo defeated Kronik at 7:27 when Palumbo pinned Brian Adams after O'Haire hit the Seanton Bomb behind the referee's back immediately after Adams dropped Palumbo with a superplex; late in the bout, Mark Jindrak and Shawn Stasiak appeared ringside and attacked Bryan Clarke on the floor
Konnan defeated Mike Awesome in a hair vs. hair match
Ernest Miller defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW US Champion Shane Douglas defeated Hugh Morrus
Kevin Nash defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner via disqualification
Thunder - 1/17/01:
Rick Steiner defeated Kwee Wee
WCW Hardcore Champion Meng defeated Bam Bam Bigelow in a hardcore match
Ron Harris defeated Norman Smiley
Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell defeated Kronik
Mike Awesome defeated Billy Kidman
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Gen. Rection in a non-title match
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification

WCW @ Columbia, SC - Township Auditorium - January 21, 2001
Norman Smiley defeated Kwee Wee
Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
Ernest Miller defeated Mike Sanders
Shane Douglas defeated Gen. Rection
Kronik defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Sean O'Haire via disqualification
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Jeff Jarrett
Kevin Nash defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner via disqualification

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC - Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum - January 22, 2001
Tuesday Nitro - 1/23/01 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Scott Hudson; included footage of WCW World Champion Scott Steiner, Jeff Jarrett, Lex Luger, & Buff Bagwell watching a tape of Sid Vicious' breaking his leg, and snapping chicken wing bones as they made fun of him; featured Schiavone speculating on the future of WCW, with press clippings shown detailing Time Warner's decision to sell the company; included an opening in-ring segment with CEO Ric Flair, Road Warrior Animal, Luger, & Bagwell, with Flair stating that WCW World Champion Scott Steiner would defend the title against Alex Wright at SuperBrawl Revenge, with Wright appearing on the entrance stage and dancing, only to be interrupted by Kevin Nash, who powerbombed Wright through the stage and then declared himself the #1 contender; moments later, Ernest Miller, along with Ms. Jones, declared Nash the #1 contender, with Flair stating Nash would have to defeat Bagwell to get the title match, and that the winner of Luger vs. Diamond Dallas Page later would be the referee for the qualifying match; featured a PPV promo for SuperBrawl Revenge; included Mike Sanders informing WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. that Flair had scouted two top cruiserweight talents to compete in the opening match; featured Kwee Wee, along with Paisley, screaming that he was all-man and challenging anyone to a fight, with a security guard taking him up on the challenge but being beaten down; included Luger & Bagwell informing WCW US Champion Shane Douglas that if he took Miller out tonight, he would be in Flair's group; featured Gene Okerlund interviewing Gen. Rection & Corporal Cajun, with Rection honorably discharging Cajun from Misfits in Action and taking his MIA shirt, with Rection then ripping off his own shirt and stating Hugh Morrus was coming for Guerrero & the Wall:
Christopher Daniels fought Michael Modest to a no contest at 6:57 when WCW World Champion Scott Steiner interfered and attacked both wrestlers, attempted to break both their ankles, and then addressed the injury sustained by Sid Vicious at Sin, with Steiner claiming he was sending Sid two new friends to talk to in the hospital
Lance Storm (w/ Major Gunns, Mike Awesome, & Elix Skipper) defeated Konnan (w/ Tygress, Billy Kidman, and Rey Mysterio Jr.) via submission at 1:46 with the Canadian Maple Leaf; prior to the bout, Storm challenged Konnan to face him to settle the war between Team Canada and the Filthy Animals
Lex Luger defeated Diamond Dallas Page via KO at 6:37 with the Torture Rack after Jeff Jarrett interfered and broke a guitar over Page's head
Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Shawn Stasiak & Mark Jindrak via disqualification at 4:43 when WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Sean O'Haire came to the ring and shoved the referee, ordering him to count Jindrak's pinfall on Johnny the Bull while Vito had Stasiak covered at the same time; after the bout, Jindrak & Stasiak argued with Palumbo & O'Haire
Ernest Miller (w/ Ms. Jones) pinned WCW US Champion Shane Douglas at 3:43 with a side kick in a non-title No DQ Match, moments after Rick Steiner prevented Douglas from using a chain; during the match, Miller was attacked by Mike Sanders & WCW Tag Team Champion Sean O'Haire; prior to the match, CEO Ric Flair appeared on the video wall and declared the bout No DQ and non-title and that Miller's status as commissioner was at stake
The Wall & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Hugh Morrus & Lash LeRoux at 4:52 when Chavo pinned LeRoux with a roll up
Kevin Nash pinned Buff Bagwell at 6:49 with the powerbomb, using unconscious special referee Lex Luger's hand to make the count himself, moments after Diamond Dallas Page interfered and hit Luger with the Diamond Cutter; after the bout, WCW World Champion Scott Steiner attacked Nash with a pipe until Kronik made the save, with Steiner & Road Warrior Animal brawling with Kronik to end the show; due to pre-match stipulations, Nash earned a WCW World Title match at SuperBrawl Revenge
Thunder - 1/24/01 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Mike Tenay; included a backstage segment showing Norman Smiley happy to see someone in a doorway, with Smiley assured that his back would be watched tonight; featured an in-ring segment with Ernest Miller, along with Miss Jones, going over the card for the show; included Kwee Wee, along with Paisley, challenging anyone in the arena to a fight and eventually dragging a fan out of the crowd and dropping him with a piledriver; featured Ric Flair and Team Flair assaulting Kevin Nash, Diamond Dallas Page, and Miller backstage; included Rick Steiner telling Kronik to go to the ring and he would keep watch on Page & Nash, with WCW US Champion Shane Douglas then attacking Steiner from behind with a chain:
Rey Mysterio Jr. (w/ Tygress) defeated Shane Helms, Elix Skipper, Evan Karagias, Billy Kidman, Yang (w/ Leia Meow) Jamie Knoble, Lash LeRoux, Shannon Moore, and Kaz Hayashi in a gauntlet match; stipulations stated the winner would challenge WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. at SuperBrawl Revenge; Helms pinned Skipper at 1:43 with the Vertebreaker; Helms pinned Karagias at the 36-second mark with the Vertebreaker; Kidman pinned Helms at 1:55 with the Kid Krusher after countering the Vertebreaker; Kidman pinned Yang at 3:16 with the Kid Krusher off the middle rope; Knoble pinned Billy Kidman at 2:30 with a tombstone; Mysterio pinned Knoble at 1:27 with a springboard diving headbutt to Knoble's back; Mysterio pinned LeRoux at 1:01 with a split-legged moonsault; Mysterio pinned Moore at the 54-second mark with a bridging double-leg cradle; Mysterio pinned Hayashi at 1:37 with a wheelbarrow bulldog off the middle rope
Mike Awesome (w/ Major Gunns) pinned Norman Smiley at 7:16 with the running Awesome Bomb; during the match, Glacier came ringside, posed, and slapped hands with fans at ringside as Smiley begged for his help
Jeff Jarrett pinned Hugh Morrus at 4:52 with the Stoke after the Wall interfered and hit Morrus with a chokeslam; after the match, Jarrett & the Wall double-teamed Morrus until Diamond Dallas Page came out of the crowd and ran them off
Ron Harris (w/ Don Harris) defeated Crowbar (w/ Daffney) at 6:47 when Don switched places with his brother and pinned Crowbar with a spinebuster
Rick Steiner pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 4:58 with the bulldog off the top; after the match, Steiner laid out a challenge to Ric Flair and his group
Kronik defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Midajah) & Road Warrior Animal at 6:44 when Bryan Clarke pinned Animal after the High Times; late in the match, Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell attempted to interfere, with Ernest Miller stopping them but eventually being beaten down; after the match, Kronik were beaten down by Steiner, Animal, Luger, Bagwell, and Jeff Jarrett, with Animal powerslamming Brian Adams off the middle rope as the show ended

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - January 29, 2001
Monday Nitro:
Shannon Moore defeated Elix Skipper, Yang, and Jamie Knoble by pinning Knoble with a Rocker Dropper off the top
Ernest Miller defeated Shawn Stasiak
Road Warrior Animal & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman
Lance Storm defeated Crowbar
Jeff Jarrett defeated Diamond Dallas Page via count-out
Rick Steiner pinned WCW US Champion Shane Douglas in a non-title match with the Steiner Driver
Kevin Nash defeated Buff Bagwell & Lex Luger in a handicap match
Thunder - 1/31/01:
Shane Helms pinned Billy Kidman
Big Ron pinned Lash LeRoux
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Norman Smiley
Rick Steiner pinned Jeff Jarrett
Kwee Wee defeated Scotty O
WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Sean O’Haire defeated Big Vito & Johnny the Bull
Konnan (w/ Tygress) defeated Reno (sub. for Mike Sanders) via submission with the Tequilla Sunrise at 2:15; after the bout, Sanders appeared at the entranceway and said things aren't always what they appear to be, with Reno then springing to his feet - showing his injury to be fake - and dropping Konnan with the Roll of the Dice
Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell defeated Kronik

WCW @ Tupelo, MS - Bancorpsouth Center - February 5, 2001
Monday Nitro:
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Jamie Knoble, Evan Karagias, Kaz Hayashi, & Yang in a handicap match
Rick Steiner pinned WCW US Champion Shane Douglas to win the title with the Steiner Driver at 6:00; Douglas' right forearm was in a cast for the match; after the bout, Steiner grabbed the mic and cut a promo on Ric Flair
Diamond Dallas Pgae defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner in a non-title match
El Nino (Rey Mysterio Jr.) defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. in a non-title match
WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Sean O'Haire defeated Mike Awesome & Lance Storm in a non-title match
Brian Adams fought Buff Bagwell to a draw
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) defeated Kevin Nash & WCW US Champion Rick Steiner (mystery partner) in a handicap match at 5:05 by pinning Nash after Rick dropped Nash with an elbow drop, moments after Nash dropped Scott with the powerbomb and made the cover; following his entrance, Nash took the mic at the entrance stage and introduced Rick as his tag team partner; the WCW World Title and Ric Flair's job as CEO were on line in the match; after the bout, Nash took the mic and challenged the Steiners to come back to the ring and face him as the show went off the air
Thunder - 2/7/01:
Kaz Hayashi pinned Shane Helms with a German suplex into a bridge Sean O’Haire pinned Norman Smiley
Ernest Miller pinned Elix Skipper
Brian Adams pinned Lex Luger
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned the Wall
Kwee Wee pinned Rick Michaels
Konnan defeated Mike Sanders
Diamond Dallas Page & Kevin Nash defeated WCW US Champion Rick Steiner & Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Baton Rouge, LA - Centroplex - February 11, 2001
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi and Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias
Hugh Morrus defeated the Wall
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo defeated Mark Jindrak & Shawn Stasiak
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Jeff Jarrett
Kevin Nash & Brian Adams defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner, Lex Luger, & Buff Bagwell in a handicap match

WCW @ Biloxi, MS - Coast Coliseum - February 12, 2001
Monday Nitro:
WCW US Champion Rick Steiner fought Dustin Rhodes to a no contest in a non-title match
Lance Storm defeated Ernest Miller; Mike Sanders was the guest referee for the match
Yang pinned Lash Laroux with Yang Time
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match
Billy Kidman defeated Elix Skipper
Shawn Stasiak defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Chuck Palumbo
Kevin Nash defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner via disqualification
Thunder - 2/14/01:
Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias defeated AJ Styles & Air Paris
WCW Tag Team Champion Sean O’Haire pinned Mark Jindrak
Mike Sanders pinned Kwee Wee
Mike Awesome pinned Ernest Miller
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. & the Wall defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Hugh Morrus
Buff Bagwell pinned Konnan
Jeff Jarrett & WCW US Champion Rick Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Dustin Rhodes

SuperBrawl Revenge - Nashville, TN - Municipal Auditorium - February 18, 2001 (4,395)
Chris Harris defeated Kid Romeo
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Scott Hudson on commentary; included footage from the live countdown show of Road Warrior Animal assaulting Billy Kidman backstage, forcing Kidman out of the opening cruiserweight elimination match; featured surveillance camera footage of WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. speaking backstage with Ric Flair & Road Warrior Animal just before Kidman was attacked; included Flair speaking with WCW World Champion Scott Steiner & Madajah backstage in which Flair handed him an envelope, saying "it" was done; featured Lance Storm speaking with Kronik as they walked in the building, with Brian Clarke saying he was medically cleared to wrestle but Storm ordered him to see WCW's doctor before he would be allowed to compete later in the night; included Konnan and Animal brawling backstage, following Animal's attack on Kidman, until security broke the two men apart; featured a backstage promo by Dustin Rhodes in which he blamed Ric Flair for forcing him to stay at home for 8 months and said he would gain revenge by taking the US title later in the show; included Flair speaking with Storm backstage in which he said he wanted everyone not on Flair's team out of the building after they lose and said the winner of the Kronik / Totally Buff match would receive a WCW World Tag Team Title shot; featured a backstage segment in which Diamond Dallas Page gave Ernest Miller a pep talk prior to his match against Storm:
Shane Helms (sub. for Billy Kidman) defeated Evan Karagias, Jamie Knoble, Kaz Hayashi, Yang, and Shannon Moore in a cruiserweight elimination match at 17:29; Yang pinned Karagias at 10:22 after a series of botched moves; Knoble pinned Yang with a tombstone at 10:57; Moore pinned Knoble with a Rocker Dropper off the top at 11:58; Helms pinned Moore with the Nightmare on Helms Street at 15:11; Helms pinned Hayashi with the Vertebreaker; due to pre-match stipulations, Helms earned a WCW Cruiserweight Title shot at Greed
Hugh Morrus pinned the Wall at 9:42 with the moonsault; after the bout, Morrus hit a second moonsault
WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo defeated Shawn Stasiak & Mark Jindrak at 11:36 when O'Haire pinned Stasiak following the Jungle Kick / Swanton Bomb combo; during the bout, it was announced Konnan had been ejected from the building following his backstage fight with Road Warrior Animal
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 15:33 with the brainbuster after hitting the challenger over the head with a steel chair
WCW US Champion Rick Steiner pinned Dustin Rhodes at 9:14 with his feet on the ropes for leverage after dropping Rhodes face-first onto an exposed turnbuckle; after the match, Steiner dropped Rhodes with the Steiner Driver before cutting an in-ring promo; moments later, Rhodes fought off an attack and hit the Shattered Dreams
Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell defeated Kronik at 6:25 when Bagwell pinned Brian Adams with the Buff Blockbuster after Luger put him in the Torture Rack, moments after Mike Awesome - disguised as Bryan Clarke who faked an injury for the duration of the bout - attacked Adams; during the closing moments of the match, the real Clarke came out and brawled with Awesome in the aisle; due to pre-match stipulations, Luger & Bagwell earned a tag team title shot; after the bout, Kronik got in a backstage fight with security after they were ordered out of the building
Ernest Miller (w/ Ms. Jones) pinned Lance Storm at 8:08 with the Feliner after Storm became distracted by Ms. Jones knocking down an interfering Mike Sanders at ringside; due to pre-match stipulations, Miller won Storm's commissioner role effective at midnight; after the match, it was announced Miller had been ejected from the building as well
Kanyon (sub. for Jeff Jarrett) pinned Diamond Dallas Page with the Flatliner at 8:16 after Jeff Jarrett interfered and hit the Stroke on DDP as the referee was knocked out; the match was scheduled as DDP vs. Jarrett but Jarrett said Page had unfinished business and showed footage of DDP issuing a challenge to Kanyon the previous Monday for anytime and any place, with Kanyon then attacking DDP from behind to start the match; after the contest, Kanyon introduced Jarrett for the scheduled match
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Jeff Jarrett at 8:28 with the Diamond Cutter after Jarrett accidentally broke his guitar over the head of an interfering Kanyon
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) defeated Kevin Nash in a Best 2 out of 3 falls, falls count anywhere, No DQ loser leaves town match at 12:19, 2-1; fall #1: Nash pinned Steiner at the 18-second mark after hitting him in the face with the belt behind the referee's back but Ric Flair - who did guest commentary for the match - said the match was a No DQ best 2 out of 3 falls contest and later added a falls count anywhere stipulation; backstage footage then showed Diamond Dallas Page making his way out to keep things even but he was attacked by Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell; fall #2: Stiener pinned Nash on the floor at 3:52 after hitting him in the head with a lead pipe; fall #3: Steiner defeated Nash via KO with the Steiner Recliner after hitting him with a steel chair, moments after Nash dropped Madajah with a side slam and Flair punched out referee Charles Robinson; prior to the bout, Steiner cut an in-ring promo in which he showed footage of Sid Vicious breaking his leg at Sin, with Ric Flair then announcing that the loser of the upcoming match would be forced to leave WCW forever, with the thought being Nash was too injured from the attack he took on Nitro to even make the show; as Robinson began counting Nash out of the ring, he was wheeled ringside by two young, attractive nurses before proving he wasn't injured at all (Nash's final WCW appearance)

WCW @ Huntsville, AL - Von Braun Civic Center - February 19, 2001
Monday Nitro:
Shannon Moore defeated Jamie Knoble
Bryan Clarke defeated Mike Awesome via disqualification
Konnan & Billy Kidman defeated Road Warrior Animal & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Buff Bagwell defeated Ernest Miller
WCW US Champion Rick Steiner defeated Lash Laroux in a non-title match
Hugh Morrus defeated Lance Storm
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Kanyon
Thunder - 2/21/00:
Kaz Hayashi pinned Kwee Wee
AJ Styles & Air Paris defeated Alex Wright & Disco Inferno
Shawn Stasiak pinned Big Vito
Diamond Dallas Page & Ernest Miller defeated Buff Bagwell & Kanyon
Jeff Jarrett pinned Crowbar
WCW Tag Team Champion Chuck Palumbo pinned Lex Luger
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Hugh Morrus in a non-title match

WCW @ Lake Charles, LA - February 25, 2001
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms, Yang & Kaz Hayashi, Jamie Noble & ?
The Demon defeated Robbie Rage
WCW US Champion Rick Steiner defeated Hugh Morrus
WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo defeated Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Shane Helms
Diamond Dallas Page, Dustin Rhodes, & Ernest Miller defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner, Jeff Jarrett, & Road Warrior Animal

WCW @ New Orleans, LA - Lakefront Arena - February 26, 2001
Monday Nitro:
WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Johnny Swinger & Jason Lee
Lance Storm & Mike Awesome defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo in a non-title match
Ernest Miller defeated WCW US Champion Rick Steiner in a non-title match
Booker T, Diamond Dallas Page, & Ernest Miller defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner, Buff Bagwell, & Lex Luger
Shane Helms defeated Shannon Moore (The Very Best of Nitro Vol. 2)
Sean O'Haire defeated Kanyon
Jeff Jarrett defeated Dustin Rhodes; Ric Flair was the guest referee for the bout
Thunder - 2/28/01:
WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated Mike Sanders & Kwee-Wee
Shawn Stasiak pinned Johnny the Bull
Shane Helms pinned Johnny Swinger
Mike Awesome pinned Konnan
WCW Tag Team Champion Chuck Palumbo pinned Disco Inferno
WCW US Champion Rick Steiner pinned Big Vito
Booker T defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner via disqualification

WCW @ Johnson City, TN - Freedom Hall - March 4, 2001
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Evan Karagias & Shannon Moore, Kaz Hayashi & Jimmy Yang, and Mike Sanders & Kwee Wee
Elix Skipper defeated the Demon
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Shane Helms
Ernest Miller defeated Kanyon
WCW US Champion Rick Steiner defeated Lance Storm and Hugh Morrus
WCW Tag Team Champions Chuck Palumbo & Sean O'Haire defeated Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell
Diamond Dallas Page & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner & Jeff Jarrett

WCW @ Greenville, SC - Bi-Lo Center - March 5, 2001
Monday Nitro:
Booker T defeated WCW US Champion Rick Steiner via disqualification in a non-title match
WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Elix Skipper & Kid Romeo defeated AJ Styles & Air Paris
WCW Tag Team Champion Sean O'Haire defeated Lex Luger
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Shane Helms in a non-title match
Hugh Morrus defeated Mike Awesome
Booker T & Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner & WCW US Champion Rick Steiner
Thunder - 3/7/01:
WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Shannon Moore & Evan Karagias defeated Jason B and Scotty O
Shawn Stasiak pinned Norman Smiley
Shane Helms pinned Elix Skipper
WCW US Champion Rick Steiner pinned Hugh Morrus in a non-title match
WCW Tag Team Champion Chuck Palumbo pinned Lex Luger
Lance Storm defeated Konnan
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Ernest Miller in a non-title match

WCW @ Knoxville, TN - Civic Coliseum - March 12, 2001
Monday Nitro:
WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Elix Skipper & Kid Romeo defeated Kaz Hayashi & Yang
Lance Storm & Mike Awesome defeated Big Vito & Johnny the Bull
Booker T defeated Lex Luger
Shane Helms defeated Evan Karagias
Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW US Champion Rick Steiner via disqualification in a non-title match
Thunder - 3/14/01:
WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Shannon Moore & Evan Karagias
Jason Jett pinned Alex Wright
Shawn Stasiak pinned Reno
WCW Tag Team Champion Sean O'Haire defeated Buff Bagwell, WCW Tag Team Champion Chuck Palumbo, and Lex Luger in a handicap match
Shane Helms pinned Kwee Wee
Hugh Morrus & Konnan defeated Mike Sanders & Disco Inferno
Jeff Jarrett & WCW US Champion Rick Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Dustin Rhodes

Greed - Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum - March 18, 2001 (5,030)
Pay-per-view bouts:
Jason Jett defeated Kwee Wee
WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Tournament Finals: Kid Romeo & Elix Skipper defeated Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr. to win the titles
Shawn Stasiak (w/ Stacy Keibler) pinned Bam Bam Bigelow
Lance Storm & Mike Awesome defeated Konnan & Hugh Morrus
Shane Helms pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. to win the title
WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo defeated Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell
Ernest Miller defeated Kanyon
Booker T pinned WCW US Champion Rick Steiner to win the title
Dusty & Dustin Rhodes defeated Ric Flair & Jeff Jarrett at 9:57 in a Kiss My Ass match when Dustin pinned Flair with a cradle after Flair and Jarrett collided in the ring; prior to the bout, referee Charles Robinson ejected Road Warrior Animal from ringside; Flair wrestled the match in street clothes after unsucessfully trying to get out of having to wrestle; after the bout, Dusty gave Jarrett the Stinkface in the corner (American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page

WCW @ Gainesville, FL - March 19, 2001
Monday Nitro:
Jason Jett defeated Disco Inferno
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Shane Helms defeated Billy Kidman
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Shawn Stasiak
Kanyon defeated MI Smooth
Rick Steiner defeated Konnan via disqualification
Lance Storm & Mike Awesome defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo in a non-title match
Thunder - 3/21/01 - final episode:
Yang & Kaz Hayashi defeated AJ Styles & Air Paris
Jason Jett pinned Cash
Ernest Miller & MI Smooth defeated Chris Kanyon & Road Warrior Animal
Hugh Morrus pinned Rick Steiner
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Shane Helms, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Billy Kidman defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr., WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Champions Kid Romeo & Elix Skipper
WCW Tag Team Champion Chuck Palumbo pinned Mike Awesome
WCW World Champion Scott Steiner & Jeff Jarrett defeated Dustin Rhodes in a handicap match

WCW @ Panama City, FL - Boardwalk Beach Resort - March 26, 2001
Monday Nitro "Night of Champions" - the final WCW event; featured Vince McMahon opening the broadcast in a pretaped backstage segment from Cleveland, OH - site of that night's WWF Monday Night Raw - in which he announced he bought WCW and would address the WCW fans and wrestlers later in the show during a simulcast on both the TNN and TNT networks; included an in-ring promo by Ric Flair in which he replied to McMahon's comments he would hold the WCW stars in his hands - then naming Steamboat, the Steiners, Sting, Luger, Bagwell, Brisco, and the Road Warriors - and said "I don't think so;" Flair then put WCW over as the greatest wrestling organization in the world and said when Vince McMahon Sr. was on the NWA Board of Directors he voted for Flair to become World Champion; Flair then named Sting as his greatest opponent in WCW and issued a challenge for Sting to face him later in the show; featured backstage footage of McMahon speaking on the phone with his attorney and insulting the Panama City crowd; included backstage footaage of McMahon sharing a drink with Trish Stratus before he started kissing her; featured a backstage promo by WCW World Champion Booker T in which he said this might be the end of a chapter - the end of WCW - but there were more pages in his book; included Michael Cole interviewing McMahon backstage in Cleveland about the fear some WCW wrestlers had they might never compete again, with Vince throwing him out of his lockerroom; featured William Regal meeting with McMahon backstage in which Regal warned McMahon about WCW; included footage from Vertical Horizon performing at Spinnakers during the 1-800 Collect WCW Spring Break Out 2001 segment; featured a promo by Diamond Dallas Page on the beach regarding WCW's final show in which he thanked all the fans and his wife Kimberly for their support; included a vignette of many of the men associated with the NWA / WCW World Title - Dusty Rhodes, Sting, Ric Flair, the Great Muta, Lex Luger, Ron Simmons, Big Van Vader, Jack Brisco, Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, DDP, Jeff Jarrett, the Giant, Lou Thesz, Dory Funk Jr., Terry Funk, Ron Garvin, Bret Hart, Sid Vicious, Barry Windham, Booker T, and Scott Steiner; Roddy Piper was the only person featured who never wore either title; featured backstage footage of McMahon getting ready for the simulcast; included a backstage promo by Sting regarding his match with Flair later in the show; a match between Shane Douglas and Rick Steiner was scheduled but did not happen:
WCW U.S. Champion Booker T pinned WCW World Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) with the Book End to win the title at 5:11 after avoiding a powerbomb attempt; both titles were at stake in the match (Best of Confidential Vol. 1, The Very Best of Nitro Vol. 2)
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated Shannon Moore & Evan Karagias and Kaz Hayashi & Yang at 3:38 when Mysterio pinned Moore with a legdrop off the top as Moore hung backwards from the middle rope; due to pre-match stipulations, Mysterio & Kidman earned a WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Title shot for later in the show
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Shane Helms pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 4:39 with the Vertebreaker
WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo defeated Lance Storm & Mike Awesome at 3:21 when O'Haire pinned Awesome with the Swanton Bomb after the Jungle Kick from Palumbo
Shawn Stasiak (w/ Stacy Keibler) pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 1:23 with the neckbreaker when Stacy prevented Bigelow from hitting the Greetings from Asbury Park; pre-match stipulations stated if Bigelow won then he would tattoo Stasiak
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman defeated WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Champions Elix Skipper & Kid Romeo to win the titles at 4:43 when Kidman pinned Skipper with the Kid Crusher; during the match, Tony Schiavone discussed "Steve" Regal badmouthing WCW earlier in the show and talked about how he had to "put his ass over" when Regal was in the company
Sting defeated Ric Flair via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 7:17 following a superplex; after the bout, Sting helped Flair to his feet and shook his hand before the two hugged; immediately after they hugged, the live WWF simulcast began from Cleveland, OH - commentated by Jim Ross & Paul Heyman - in which Vince McMahon cut an in-ring promo about his purchase of WCW and said the sale from Time-Warner would become final at WrestleMania X-7 when Ted Turner delivers him the contract; McMahon then discussed his upcoming match with his son Shane and said he would do to Shane what he did to WCW; he then said he could put WCW on the shelf or run it as a "media conglomerate" like WWF and listed several WCW stars to see if the crowd thought he should bring them to the WWF - Hulk Hogan, Lex Luger, Buff Bagwell, Booker T, Scott Steiner, Sting, and Goldberg; Goldberg received the biggest applause with Bagwell, Booker, and Steiner close behind; moments later, Shane McMahon walked to the ring in Panama City and said the deal with WCW was finalized but it was Shane's name, not Vince's, on the contract and Shane was now the owner of WCW; Shane then said he would beat Vince at WrestleMania just like WCW used to beat the WWF; the show ended with a promo for the Monday Night Raw main event - WWF World Champion the Rock & Steve Austin vs. the Undertaker & Kane - and a Rock / Austin WrestleMania commercial (The Very Best of Nitro)

- 3/28/01: The final WCW staff meeting was held at the Power Plant. During the meeting, 120 of the 140 employee workforce were terminated on the spot and asked to clear out their offices and leave anything belonging to Time Warner behind.

Worldwide - 4/1/01 - the final WCW broadcast; hosted by Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson; included highlights of Greed; featured an ad for WCW Mastercard featuring Buff Bagwell; included an "Ask WCW" segment where Tony Schiavone stated his favorite wrestler to interview was Larry Zbyszko, with Schiavone then laughing; featured a "Reel Time Wrestling" flashback to Bagwell vs. Diamond Dallas Page from Souled Out 2000; included a look back at the War Games match from Fall Brawl 1994; the show ended with Hudson stating "And this wraps up WCW Worldwide. Not just for this week, but forever and a day. WCW gone, Worldwide gone. We want to thank you for joining us each and every week here on WCW Worldwide. What a great crew we've had, it's been a lot of fun taping these show, and you can see we have a really good time. For Mike Tenay, I'm Scott Hudson, we'll see you down the road somewhere else."

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