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The SmarK Retro Repost - World War III '95

- For those of you who follow my little personal asides in these rants, you'll know that this was actually the show that ended my WCW boycott in 1995. I had actually stopped watching WCW entirely once the Orange Goblin won the WCW World title and ki »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Halloween Havoc 1995

- Live from Detroit, Michigan. - Your hosts are Tony and Bobby. - We are informed that Ric Flair has been attacked by Arn Anderson & Brian Pillman outside the arena, which may put the tag match with Flair & Sting against Anderson & Pillman in »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Fall Brawl '95

- I would be remiss if I didn't mention the Main Event pre-game show that WCW used before the PPV. Much like Heat these days, WCW used to use their Sunday afternoon show as a lead-in, and in this case we got a "classic" angle, as Hogan (with 10 or »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Uncensored '95

Welcome to a special TheSmarks exclusive, as I finally type in a rant that was done a couple of weeks ago. The wonders of switching to a morning shift after years of nights It amazes me that people always request this show as though my opinion of »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - SuperBrawl V

- Live from Baltimore, MD - Your hosts are Tony Schiavone and Bobby "Two Drink Minimum" Heenan, who is so loaded tonight that he makes Scott Hall seem like a choirboy. - Opening match: Alex Wright v. Paul Roma. This match is the [static] - B »»

The SmarK Retro Rant - Wrestlepalooza '98

The SmarK Retro Rant – ECW Wrestlepalooza ‘98 - Back in the day, ECW's PPVs didn't air in Canada, so we had to depend on tape dealers to get copies of them, sometimes weeks later. In the case of this show, it took a »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Starrcade 94

- Welcome to rock bottom, as Hogan's egomania results in the main event of the biggest WCW show of the year involving Brutus Beefcake. To put things in perspective, this was during my WCW boycott period, and I didn't even read the results of the show »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Halloween Havoc 1994

Ladies and Gentlemen, you are about to witness history. As my more devout followers (you know who you are) know already, I protested the Hulk Hogan title reign back in 1994 by doing a total and complete boycott of WCW programming from August of 19 »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Fall Brawl '94

- Live from Roanoke, Virginia. - Your hosts are Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan. - Some country music guy sings the national anthem. I FF. - Opening match: TV title: Lord Steven Regal v. Johnny B. Badd. This marks the beginning of respectab »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Clash Of Champions XVIII

- Live from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. - Your hosts are Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan. - Opening match: WCW World tag team title, Pretty Wonderful v. The Nasty Boys. Zenon's tape is missing this first match, but having seen the Clash live (on »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Bash At The Beach 94

Whereas before WCW was run by a bunch of no-nothing bozos who couldn't tell their asshole from their elbows, at least they were the no-nothing bozos deemed to be the authority by Turner. And if someone did something that was deemed TOO exceptionally »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Clash Of Champions XXVII

- Live from Charleston, South Carolina - Hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan and Jesse Ventura. - Opening match: WCW World tag team title: Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan v. The Nasty Boys. This, like most of the card, is a rematch from S »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Slamboree '94

Okay, given that I was incredibly critical of this year's effort by WCW, I felt it would only be fair for me to go back and review one of my all time favorite cards, the 1994 version of Slamboree, which was entertaining and action-packed from t »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - SuperBrawl IV

- Live from Albany, GA - Your hosts are Tony & Bobby. This is Ric Flair's first PPV with The Almighty Book for 1994, and the difference between his style and Dusty's hodge-podge 93 style is night and day. - First order of business on the ni »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Battlebowl '93

- I did the first Battlebowl last week, so here's the 1993 version. I'm just that kind of guy. - I'm not sure if this one was rigged. - Live from somewhere in Florida, which Tony later informs me is Pensecola. - Your hosts are Fat Tony and »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Starrcade 93

- This beat goes on - As a bonus treat for those of you reading this on TheSmarks instead of Wrestleline, I've decided to make it easier to sit through all the descriptions of ass-related moves (of which there's a lot in this show) by giving int »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Halloween Havoc 1993

- Amazingly, I actually got LETTERS OF SUPPORT for reviewing Havoc 92. As in, people wrote to me to express their sympathies for me watching the show again. Who says that wrestling fans aren't a caring bunch? - Live from New Orleans, Louisiana, »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Fall Brawl '93

- Live from Houston, Texas. - Your hosts are Tony Schiavone and Jesse Ventura - Opening match: WCW TV title: Ricky Steamboat v. Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William Dundee). Hey, remember back in the day, when Regal was still the CHALLENGER for »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Clash Of Champions XXIV

- Live from Daytona Beach, Florida. - Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura - It's announced right off that Brian Pillman is out with an ankle injury, and therefore instead of doing anything sensible WCW has decided that Steve Reg »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Beach Blast 93

- Live from Biloxi, Mississippi - Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura - Worth nothing: The pre-game show features the infamous "Masters of the Powerbomb v. Superpowers" mini-movie in its entirety. If you don't know what this was »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Slamboree '93

- Live from the Omni in Atlanta, GA, wherever the hell that is. - Your hosts are Tony and Larry, both of whom are remarkably on-topic and coherant (cf. today) - Maxx Payne mangles the Star Spangled Banner on his guitar. This was odd at th »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Superbrawl III

- Live from Asheville, NC - Your hosts are Tony Schiavone and Jesse Ventura. - Opening match: Erik Watts & Marcus Bagwell v. The Hollywood Blonds. And we start out with a brush with greatness. Fans boo noticably every time Watts tags in. »»

The SmarK Rant For Best Of Japan 2001 - Volume 4

The SmarK Rant for the Best of Japan 2001 – Tape 4 - Okay, bit of a change this time as I'm doing a “live” rant via the TV tuner card on my computer. You probably won't notice a difference, but this w »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Starrcade 92

The Netcop Retro Rant for Starrcade 92, which is the 10th annual Starrcade 92, according to the voiceover guy at the beginning. Yup, I remember the first Starrcade 92, back in 1983... - Live from Atlanta, GA - Your hosts are Jim Ross and Jesse Ve »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Halloween Havoc 1992

And now it's time for that new sitcom...Everybody Hates Netcop. This week's assault on your poor, humble, beleagured (did I mention humble?) reviewer comes from Matt King (get it?) on the Steel Cage Asylum newsboard at www.cataclysmal.com/asylum/7.ht »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Great American Bash '92

Live from Albany, Georgia. - Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Magnum TA, Jim Ross and Jesse Ventura. - Eric Bischoff interviews Bill Watts to start, who defends the "off the top" rule and basically wishes everyone in the NWA tag title tournament g »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Beach Blash 92

- Okay, what with FINALLY getting a few hours free this weekend to escape from the Xmas rush at work and the topic of this show coming up a lot with the DVDVR folks getting the ballot for the top WCW matches of the last decade, I figured now would be »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Clash Of Champions XIX

- Welcome to the first ever Smarks.com EXCLUSIVE Retro Rant, as it was just one of those “hang out and watch wrestling” nights. Wrestleline gets King of the Ring 93 this weekend. This would be Bill Watts' first Clash, as »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Superbrawl II

- Anyway, this redo of an earlier rant came about not because of any great desire to see Superbrawl Revenge this Sunday, but because my original review of the show from 1997 sucked ass, and no moreso was that noticeable than when I did my Top 20 WCW »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Clash Of Champions XVIII

The Smark Retro Rant for WCW Clash of the Champions XVIII - When the current product depresses and bores me as much as tonight's RAW does, I'm left with little recourse but to seek out Ricky Steamboat battling the Dangerous Alliance in the time b »»

The Coliseum Video Rant XXI: Bleeped And Bashed In The USA!

The Coliseum Video Rant XXI – Bashed and Bleeped in the USA! - Man, you never know the shit you'll find when you're snooping in your friend's basement. In this case, two mint copies of Coliseum videos from 1993: “ »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Crocket Cup '88

The Crockett Cup was a tag team tournament held over a series of weeks with a trophy and a check for a million dollars for the winners. Not all the tournament matches are featured on the tape, though, so it's more of a sampling of the tournament, alo »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Foley And Catfighting!

Well, the best laid plans of mice and men and all that. Since a cancellation from a friend caused the Saturday evening plans to go up in smoke, and since there's a video store right next door to me, my roommate and I decided to waste a weekend w »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Starrcade 89

The Netcop Retro Rant for Starrcade 89 - I just want to start off by addressing the whole “How can Russo/Ferrera steal from themselves” debate that my Thunder report seems to have triggered. Two words: John Fogerty. H »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Halloween Havoc 1989

The Netcop Retro Rant for Halloween Havoc 89 - Live from Philadelphia, PA - Your hosts are Jim Ross and Bob Caudle. - Opening match: Tom Zenk v. Mike Rotunda. My tape is having issues so I have to fast-forward. It's clipped anyway. Zenk rol »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Starrcade 88

- Live from Norfolk, VA - Your hosts are Jim Ross and Bob Caudle. - Opening match, US tag titles: The Fantastics v. Steve Williams & Kevin Sullivan. This is the Fantastics' second US title reign, as they won the tournament for the vacant titles »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Great American Bash '88

- This is for two reasons: One, for the winner of the 50,000th hit contest a couple of weeks ago on TheSmarks (soon to have it's own domain name and professional design) and second for someone who won't stop NAGGING me about it. You know who you are. »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Starrcade 87

- Yes, it's the first post-CIH Virus Rant. As requested by Joe Petrow, who corrected me on something in the FAQ. As a reminder, you too can request a rant of your own, by being hit #200,000 on the Rant Archives. The URL is in the .sig below. - Li »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Great American Bash '87

- This is not one show per se, but rather a 2 hour compilation of the highlights of the Bash 87 tour. - Opening match: WarGames. Ric Flair, Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson, Lex Luger & JJ Dillon v. Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, Hawk, Animal & Paul E »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Crocket Cup '87

- So anyway, I was basically playing "pick a tape at random" tonight until I found something without a rant, and I happened to grab the tape with Clash 16 / Crockett Cup 87 / Superbrawl II / Wrestling Classic on the first shot. And since there's no C »»

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