Who will earn championship opportunities for the landmark 100th Saturday Nitro? And who will gain an edge in the 2003 World Cup?
Dean and Liam are joined by wrestling commentator Dave Bradshaw to cover WrestleWar ’91 and WarGames!
After the shocking implosion of the Hardcore Revolution, we discover the identity of the brains behind the split.
With the entire Hardcore Revolution behind him, Rob Van Dam looks to end Sean O’Haire’s ‘purge’ and reclaim the World title he wasn’t beaten for.
The enemies of WCW World Champion Sean O’Haire and Team Canada respectively look to fight fire with fire.
Another in a long list of boxing-wrestling crossovers…
The ‘forbidden door’ is now nothing but hinges and a frame, as Steve Austin and Chris Jericho are set to reunite.
For the first time, Nitro takes place at the infamous Viking Hall in South Philly… also known as the ECW Arena.
For the first time, Sean O’Haire and his evil ‘purge’ are outgunned by a bigger, more dangerous group in RVD’s Hardcore Revolution.
OK, so this was pretty cool. How did we not catch it on WWE Raw the first time!?
A champion who never lost his title sets his sights on returning to the throne, turning the tables on the dangerous titleholder in the process.
Sean O’Haire defends the WCW World title against Goldberg! The 2000 And Three tournament concludes! And a Hardcore War!
The trios tournament reaches its closing stages the day before Superbrawl, while Raven makes his official WCW in-ring return.
Fans will get the opportunity to bid for legitimate celebrity items.
Sean O’Haire defends the WCW title against Booker T, Tajiri defends the cruiserweight belt against Jamie Knoble and the trios tournament continues.