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The Coliseum Video Rant XXIV: He's So Unusual!

The Coliseum Video Rant XXIV: He's So Unusual! - Okay, lame title, but at least it fits. - So moving right along, our next two contenders are videos from 1988, featuring what were at that time oddball gimmick matches. Tape #1: The WWF's Mo »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Greed

"This is the way the world ends Not with a bang but a whimper." -T.S. Eliot Main Entry: iro·ny Pronunciation: 'I-r&-nE also 'I(-&)r-nE Function: noun Inflected Form(s): plural -nies Etymology: Latin ironia, from Greek eirOnia, from ei »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Superbrawl Revenge

- If there's a viable marketing reason for using “Revenge” instead of “XI” as the modifier for the Superbrawl name this year, it's lost on me. I guess I'm just not hip enough. - Live fr »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Sin

- Live from Indianapolis, IN - Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Scott Hudson - Opening match, Cruiserweight title: Chavo Guerrero, Jr. v. Shane Helms. Chavo works a headlock to start, but Shane gets an armbar. Chavo makes the ropes. Again, h »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Starrcade 2000

- Well, it's time for the grand-daddy of them all again, which is appropriate because most of the main eventers are grandfathers. - No Mercy update: After umpteen frustrating runs in the World title gauntlet, being hammered by the New Age Outlaws »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Mayhem 2000

- Live from Milwaukee, WI - Your hosts are Tony, Stevie and Mark. - Earlier tonight, Booker T fights through a throng, a VERITABLE THRONG, of fans, none of whom are plants of course, while Scott Steiner beats up a perfectly innocent security ta »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Halloween Havoc 2000

- I'm always accused of being biased, so I'm going to add one positive thing to every match so you can't say that I didn't find any. - Live from Lost Wages, NV - Your hosts are Tony, Stevie & Mark. How bad is it when Stevie Ray has leapfrogged »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Fall Brawl 2000

- Before we begin, special thanks to Shaw Cable, who didn't get the signal from WCW until an hour into the show tonight, forcing me to watch the replay instead. This meant that I had to miss the Canadian debut of the Sopranos, I show I've been waitin »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - New Blood Rising

- Live from Vancouver, BC - Your hosts are Tony, Mark and Scott. - Opening match: Three Count v. The Jung Dragons. WCW always does this -- they know they have at least one hot match, so they put it first and thus guarantee it gets forgotten by »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Bash At The Beach 2000

- I think everyone kinda knew what was going to happen going into this, but we didn't really KNOW we knew, you know? At any rate, I predicted it quite confidently on the Delphi Forum on Saturday, so I win the no-prize again this time around. - Li »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Great American Bash 2000

- Hey, Rick, did you actually have ANY opinion on this show? - Live from Baltimore, MD - Your hosts are Tony, Mark and Scott - Opening match, Cruiserweight title: Chavo Guerrero Jr. v. Disco Inferno. The Misfits and Animals are all lurking a »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Slamboree 2000

"Déjà vu, just a different crapper" Terry Funk, just before the hardcore match. - Live from Kansas City, Missouri. - Your hosts are Tony, Mark & Scott - The Millionaire's Club arrives in a bus, which would be fine except that »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Spring Stampede 2000

Funny story: I called to order the show on Friday afternoon, but the automated phone system wouldn't allow me to complete the order. So I called Shaw Cable's customer service and explained the problem, and not only was the show spelled wrong in their »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Uncensored 2000

This show is not to be confused with my own, infinitely superior Netcop Uncensored, which should be already up. I was literally 50/50 on even ordering and recapping the show until Friday afternoon, when a heartfelt, impassioned plea from Sean Shannon »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - SuperBrawl X

"The experiment we'll be observing: can a company with its back to the wall still deliver an entertaining PPV? In my own damned opinion, the pieces are in place for SuperBrawl to be fun to watch." - Rick Scaia, Superbrawl Preview. See, kids, NO »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Souled Out 2000

- Can you believe that I actually got e-mails in the days leading up to this show encouraging me to trash the show for their entertainment? My god, a man has lost his job and you people cackle with glee because a PPV might suck as a result? Think of »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Starrcade 99

- There was a really good episode of WCW Saturday Night this week, featuring a couple of young guys in a good match for the point they're at, along with a rockin' little match between Chris Adams and Dean Malenko, and Kanyon was there, and Devon Stor »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Mayhem 1999

What, did you think I'd actually let Sean steal my thunder for trashing this show? Dream on, fanboy. Props to the guy who had a www.TheSmarks.com sign in the front, much appreciated. Next time use a bigger sign and darker color, though. - Newsfla »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Halloween Havoc 1999

Warning: The following rant contains sarcasm of a damaging nature and may expose the hypocrisy of WCW shills. Readers with WCW leanings may wish to ask their parents before having the Vince Russo era exposed for the farce that it is. Live from La »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Fall Brawl '99

- Live from Winston-Salem, North Carolina - Your hosts are Tony, Bobby and Mike. - Opening match: Vampiro & ICP v. Eddy Guerrero, Rey Mysterio Jr. & Kidman. Rey Rey is blond blond tonight. Big stall job to start. The bald clown (Shaggy 2 Dumb »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Bash At The Beach 99

- Live from Fort Lauderdale, FL - Your hosts are the Usual Idiots. - Reader Joe Petrow was nice enough to point out that Mark Madden's July 2nd column on WCW.com is pretty much a direct rip-off my 1989 Retro Rant. Nice to see you're earning y »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Great American Bash '96

- Oh my god, it's some rap guy and his hoardes of similarly dressed rap guys coming out of a limo. Curt Hennig tries to suck up to them, then turns on them. Yeah, piss off a bunch of black guys in military fatigues. THAT'S real smart. - Live from »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Slamboree '99

What if they gave a PPV and nobody cared? - Live from St. Louis, Missouri. - Your hosts are Tony, Bobby and Mike. - Okay, those not aware of my patented rating system, I'll be using the Hot Poker Up the Ass system to rate the matches toni »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Spring Stampede '99

- Live from Tacoma, Washington - Your hosts are the Usual Idiots. - Opening match: Blitzkrieg v. Juventud Guerrera. Blitz has Al Snow's old Avatar costume tonight. Awesome opener, with the boys trading mat stuff and Juvy getting the first hig »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Uncensored '99

- Live from somewhere in Kentucky. - Your hosts are the Usual Idiots. - Opening match, Cruiserweight title: Kidman v. Mikey Whipwreck. Was the world really waiting for Mikey to debut in WCW? This is the typical Kidman match, without someone, »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Superbrawl IX

- Okay, here's the deal: Since my cynicism towards WCW has been stretched to the absolute limit by recent events, I am now giving WCW one last chance not to f*ck it up. So I will judge this show solely by the one match that means anything: the Hogan- »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Souled Out III

- Live from Charleston, West Virginia - Your hosts are the Usual Idiots. - We start with a State of WCW address from President Flair - We see Goldberg lying on the dressing room clutching his knee. - Opening match: Mike Enos v. Chris »»

Klassic Keith: The Top 20 WWF Matches Of The 90s (Part Two)

This would be like choosing between my children, if I had any. 5. Bret Hart v. Davey Boy Smith - SummerSlam ‘92 (8/29/92 – IC Match). Okay, the Davey Boy Smith rule pretty much applies here, as generally speaking »»

Klassic Keith: The Top 20 WCW Matches Of The 90s

Scott's DVDVR “Best WCW Matches of the 1990s” Ballot – A Special Decade-Ending Keith Rant As WCW's first decade of existance chugs to a pitiful conclusion and likely sale to the guy who wrecked it in t »»

Klassic Keith: The Top 20 WWF Matches Of The 90s

The SK Rant: Top 20 WWF Matches of the 1990s. My word you people are pushy. Okay, fine, HAVE IT YOUR WAY. Despite the pain that whittling some of my favorite matches EVER down to 20 will cause me and my loved ones, I've decided to capitulate an »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Starrcade 98

The SmarK Retro Rant for WCW Starrcade '98. - Well, this is another one of my famous re-rants, as the original review (which I don't believe was ever posted to Wrestleline) is somewhat unfairly maligned due to the use of the Hot Poker Up The Ass »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - World War III '98

- Live from Detroit, Michigan. - Having been in computerless hell for the past week and a half, I may be a bit rusty in my WCW-bashing. You'll have to forgive me. - Your hosts are Mike, Tony and Bobby. - Opening match: Wrath v. Glacier. P »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Halloween Havoc '98

I didn't intend to do one, but y'all won't leave me alone... - Note: My roommate and his crack-smoking brother were busy having a domestic altercation for a good chunk of the first hour and a half of this show, so if I missed or glossed over anyt »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Fall Brawl '98

- Live from Winston-Salem, NC - Your hosts are the Usual Gang of Idiots. The loudest "We Want Flair" chant I've ever heard goes behind the opening talk. - Backstage, Ernest Miller is being held back by security. - Jericho comes out to ann »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Road Wild '98

- Live from Sturgis, South Dakota - Your hosts are Tony, Mike and Bobby. - Opening match: Meng v. Barbarian. AAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH! Actually, it's not too terrible or anything. Barbarian pulls a couple of nice suplexes on Meng, but r »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Bash At The Beach 98

- Your hosts are Tony, Mike & Bobby. - Mean Gene shills the hotline while the sound crew works on that Spanish overlay problem the WWF was having in 1995. - Opening match: Raven v. Saturn. Lodi is dressed like ECW's Hat Guy in honor of the ga »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Great American Bash '98

- Live from Baltimore, Maryland. - Your hosts are Tony, Bobby and Iron Mike. - Opening match: Booker T v. Chris Benoit. This would be #8 in the best of 7 series. A lengthy video recap introduces this one. Now, you'd think they'd just let it a »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Slamboree '98

- Live from Worcester, Massachussetts. - Your hosts are Veni, Viti and Vici. - Recap of Bischoff's grandstand challenge from Thunder. This becomes a recurring theme all night. - Opening match, TV title: Fit Finlay v. Chris Benoit. Cool wr »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Spring Stampede '98

- Live from Denver, Colorado. - Your hosts are some guy, another guy, and his dog Spot. - Opening match: Saturn v. Goldberg. Lodi is at ringside again! Yeah! Odd choice for an opener, but whatever. Saturn actually weathers the first minute of »»

The SmarK Retro Repost - Uncensored '98

- No Meltzer on Monday = I watch more wrestling. In this case, we go back and redo a show that I did without my notes the first time, way back in 1998. My feelings on the show then were that it sucked for the most part, but then I was getting more pi »»

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