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PostSubject: WCW 2004 - EWR   Tue Sep 27, 2016 9:47 pm

Way back in the olden days, I played a game of EWR where I took WCW from the point where they would have been purchased and continued them as if they had been bought by someone else. It went for about a year, but I had plans for far into the future. So what I did was take the January 2004 data and edit it to take what I had done/planned into account. So this game basically starts after WCW has clawed their way back up for 3 years and finally gotten their timeslot back for Nitro to restart the Monday Night War.


For a more detailed explanation, here's the ReadMe I made for it.

Code:
This game data is a continuation of the "Fusient Buys WCW" April 2001 Data found in the G Network.
WCW has restarted from the bottom and built themselves back up into a viable competitor in the American Wrestling Market.

This data is meant to be played as either WCW or WWE, the majority of the indy promotions in the game are unchanged.
As Jeff Jarrett remains in WCW, TNA does not exist.

The game begins on January 1, 2004.


On March 26, 2001, Eric Bischoff and Fusient Media Ventures purchased World Championship Wrestling after securing a TV Deal with Fox.
After producing a single show: "WCW Reborn" in April, WCW's new show on Fox, "Amped" debuted on Saturday, May 5, 2001.

To get off on the right foot, the new and improved WCW began a blockbuster new storyline, where new owner Eric Bischoff attempted to consolidate all the power in the company to himself from WCW CEO Ric Flair and new WCW Commissioner Hulk Hogan.
Bischoff surrounded himself with wrestlers who felt that the new regime was not in their best interests, naming the group "Bischoff's Army".
Almost immediately, Bischoff's Army gained gold when Goldberg became World Heavyweight Champion. The group nearly took full power at Fall Brawl, but lost to Hogan's team in the WarGames match.
However, Bischoff would defeat Hogan in a singles match at Halloween Havoc, Taking full control of WCW and immediately awarding the Tag Titles to his cronies, Kronik.
Their control would not last long, however, as rising star Dustin Rhodes would dethrone Goldberg, taking his World Title at Mayhem.
Hogan would win his Commissioner spot back at Starrcade, but Goldberg would win his title back from Rhodes in a Steel cage, only to be attacked by the returning Sid Vicious.

February 2002 saw the return of WCW Worldwide, and it began to serve as the B-Show, showcasing the Cruiserweight and Tag Divisions.

Unable to maintain full power, Bischoff's army decided to turn their attention on keeping a stranglehold on the World Heavyweight Title, adding new members, such as Buff Bagwell and former foe Booker T.
Goldberg would hold onto the belt for 7 long months, and after each questionable defense, he would menacingly ask "Who's Next?"
Only one viable challenger remained by Summer, and that was Long-Reigning US Champion Mike Awesome. Surely enough, a match between the two big man was set for the Great American Bash.
After being cost his US Title against Jeff Jarrett, Awesome would not be stopped, and he won the title from Goldberg at the Bash, and would hold the title for several months.
After another WarGames loss to a Hogan-Led team, Bischoff was forced off of TV altogether, only able to run the company from behind the scenes.
Bischoff's Army, continued under the leadership of Goldberg, continued after Awesome's championship, but were not as tightly knit a group as before.
Mike Awesome was given Torrie Wilson as a manager/romantic interest, cementing his spot as a top babyface. However, his title reign would be cut short just before Starrcade, as Bischoff's Army finally defeated him, with Booker T gaining the title.

Throughout 2002, another young star was rising in the Cruiserweight division. This star was AJ Styles, who would win the Cruiserweight Title 3 times in under a year before exploding into the Main Event scene.

After only a single successful defense against Sting at Starrcade 2002, Booker T would drop the title to the upstart Styles at Sin, and this would cause a Rift in Bischoff's Army.
After several attempts in regaining the title, Goldberg and Booker would have enough of each other, splitting away from the Army, effectively ending it and starting a lengthy, personal feud between the former world champs.
Styles would then face off against Mike Awesome, and after a greuling match, the champion would retain using questionable means, only to attack Awesome after a handshake, turning himself heel.
Awesome would win the title the very next month, however, and set up an other face vs face title match against Dustin Rhodes at Mayhem, which Rhodes won.
In late 2003, WCW would try once again to create a women's division, hiring Japanese star Manami Toyota to be the centerpiece.

After nearly 3 years of rebuilding and regrouping, WCW and Fox agreed to a new deal, which would restart the Monday Night Wars. Monday Nitro would return.
WCW Amped made a move to FX in mid-December, and Nitro made its return the night after Starrcade on Fox itself, going head-to-head with Raw for the first time since March 2001.
The December 29 Nitro saw the return of Raven to WCW after a year in Ring of Honor, when he attacked WCW Tag Champs Shane Douglas and Chris Candido, as well as a Dustin Rhodes World Title defense against Sid Vicious.
Raw won the first battle of the renewed war, 3.5 to 3.1, but WCW saw this as just the start, a stepping stone to eventual victory.

WCW is on the rise it seems, with a completely healthy roster (Aside from Jeff Jarrett's broken leg - He is due back in March). Can you take them to the top?



Meanwhile, in the WWF, things continued as they normally would have after Wrestlemania. For a while, anyway...

After turning heel at Wrestlemania, Steve Austin would begin to team with Triple H, and together they would dominate the main event scene for the next two months.
However, the Power Trip angle would be scrapped following Triple H's injury at in late May. With HHH gone, Austin would immediately turn face after a DQ loss to Chris Benoit at King of the Ring.
The newest star to be pushed in the WWF was William Regal, as he would start an Anti-American stable in mid-2001, called "The Foreign X-Change".
After recruiting Edge and Christian, Test, Rikishi, Tajiri, and later Super Crazy, Regal rose to the top of the WWF, winning the WWF title from Austin at Summerslam.
This was followed by 3 months of swindling, cheap title defenses, and degradation of America. The locker room was fed up.
Team USA, consisting of the newly-face Kurt Angle, The Undertaker, Eddie Guerrero, Rhyno, and the returning Jim Duggan beat the Foreign X-Change at Survivor Series, forcing them to disband.
If F-X would have won, Regal wouldn't have had to defend the WWF title until Wrestlemania. It really didn't bode well for him, as he lost the belt to Undertaker the next night on Raw

Angle's face turn and role in putting down the Foreign X-Change, he became one of the top stars in the WWF, winning the title from Taker shorly after the American Badass's heel turn.

2002 saw the premature retirement of Stone Cold Steve Austin, due to excessive neck and knee injuries, as well as an overcrowding of the main event scene.
With Austin gone, Royal Rumble Winner Triple H immediately took charge, winning the WWF Title from Angle at Backlash, and holding it for the better part of 2002.
2002 also saw the rise of "The Next Big Thing" Brock Lesnar. After dominating the midcard of the newly renamed WWE for several months, the big man would turn face and win the Royal Rumble in 2003, setting up a match with Triple H at Wrestlemania.
After winning the belt with an unbelievable Shooting Star Press, Lesnar took on all comers, from Triple H to Regal to The Big Show, whom he infamously broke the ring with on an episode of SmackDown.
However, the one obstacle Lesnar couldn't pass was a red-hot Kurt Angle, who would dethrone the youngest-ever WWE Champion at Summerslam.
After the defeat, Lesnar snapped, turning heel and becoming more ruthless than ever, winning the belt back from Angle in their rematch at Survivor Series.

All signs seem to point at Angle winning the Royal Rumble in 2004, building toward Angle Lesnar III at Wrestlemania 20, but it's anyone's ballgame in WWE, with everyone hungry for a shot.
On December 29, WCW Nitro returned to Monday Nights, re-igniting the monday night wars. Raw, however, won the first battle, and the feeling backstage is that they will win many more.
However, just to be safe, WWE has reportedly contacted The Rock about a full time return. He has only appeared part-time since Wrestlemania XIX due to commitments in Hollywood, and hasn't been seen at all in WWE since Summerslam.

WWE's mix of veterans and rising stars leaves them in a good place to compete with the upstart WCW. Can you and Vince finally crush the competition?



Starrcade Results: December 28, 2003

1: WCW World Tag Team Championships
Chris Candido and Shane Douglas (c) def. The New Road Warriors

2: WCW Cruiserweight Championship
David Cash (c) def. Billy Kidman

3: WCW Hardcore Championship - Tables Match
Rick Steiner (c) def. Crowbar

4: Singles Match
Konnan def. Sean O'Haire

5: 6-Man Tag Team Match
Goldberg, Sid Vicious, and Shane Helms def. Buff Bagwell and KroniK

6: WCW US Heavyweight Championship
Chris Kanyon def. Rey Misterio Jr. (c)

7: Street Fight
Booker T def. Sting

8: WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championships
The Jung Dragons def. 3-Count (c)

9: WCW World Heavyweight Championship - 3-Way Match
Dustin Rhodes (c) def. Mike Awesome and AJ Styles



WCW Championship History since April 2001

-Booker T (won at Night of Champions)
-Goldberg (won at The Great American Bash 2001)
-Dustin Rhodes (won at Mayhem 2001)
-Goldberg (won at Starrcade 2001)
-Mike Awesome (won at Bash at the Beach 2002)
-Booker T (won on Amped - 11/2/2002)
-AJ Styles (won at Sin 2003)
-Mike Awesome (won at The Great American Bash 2003)
-Dustin Rhodes (won at Mayhem 2003)


WCW US Championship History since April 2001

-Booker T (won at Greed)
-Vacated at WCW Reborn
-Diamond Dallas Page (won at WCW Reborn)
-Mike Sanders (won on Amped - 5/19/2001)
-Dustin Rhodes (won on Amped - 6/30/2001)
-Jeff Jarrett (won at Road Wild 2001)
-Mike Awesome (won at Starrcade 2001)
-Jeff Jarrett (won on Amped - 7/13/2001)
-Rey Misterio Jr. (won at Road wild 2002)
-Lance Storm (won at Starrcade 2002)
-Chris Kanyon (won at SuperBrawl XIII)
-Sid Vicious (won at The Big Bang)
-Jeff Jarrett (won at Halloween Havoc)
-Vacated on 10/25/03 due to injury
-Rey Misterio Jr. (won at Mayhem 2003)
-Chris Kanyon (won at Starrcade 2003)


WCW Cruiserweight Championship History since April 2001

-Shane Helms (won at Greed)
-Elix Skipper (won on Amped - 6/9/2001)
-Rey Misterio Jr. (won at Fall Brawl 2001)
-Kid Romeo (won on Amped - 10/6/2001)
-AJ Styles (won on Amped - 12/1/2001)
-Air Paris (won at Uncensored 2002)
-AJ Styles (won at Spring Stampede 2002)
-Chavo Guerrero Jr. (won at Bash at the Beach 2002)
-AJ Styles (won on Amped - 8/3/2002)
-Jason Jett (won at Haloween Havoc 2002)
-Shane Helms (won at SuperBrawl XIII)
-Air Paris (won on Amped - 9/27/2003)
-David Cash (won at Haloween Havoc 2003)


WCW Hardcore Championship History since April 2001

-Vacant due to The Barbarian leaving WCW
-Terry Funk (won at WCW Reborn)
-Chris Candido (won on Amped - 6/30/2001)
-Terry Funk (won on Amped - 7/7/2001)
-Chris Candido (won at Bash at the Beach 2001)
-Bam Bam Bigelow (won at Starrcade 2001)
-B-Boy (won at Uncensored 2002)
-Alex Wright (won on Amped - 8/31/2002)
-B-Boy (won on WorldWide - 9/5/2002)
-Crowbar (won at Starrcade 2002)
-Johnny The Bull (won at Spring Stampede 2003)
-Mark Jindrak (won on Amped - 5/10/2003)
-Rick Steiner (won at The Big Bang)
-Crowbar (won on Amped - 7/5/2003)
-Rick steiner (won at Boiling Point)


WCW World Tag Team Championship History since April 2001

-Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire (won at Sin 2001)
-Kevin Nash and Diamond Dallas Page (won at The Great American Bash 2001)
-Brian Adams and Bryan Clark (won on Amped - 10/27/2001)
-Rey Misterio Jr. and Konnan (won at SuperBrawl XII)
-Shane Douglas and Chris Candido (won at Slamboree 2002)
-Road Warrior Animal and Power Warrior (won at Bash at the Beach 2002)
-Shane Douglas and Chris Candido (won at Fall Brawl 2002)
-Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire (won at Sin 2003)
-Goldberg and Buff Bagwell (won at Uncensored 2003)
-Big Vito and Reno (won on Amped - 4/26/2003)
-Shane Douglas and Chris Candido (won at Road Wild 2003)


WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship History since April 2001

-Rey Misterio Jr. and Billy Kidman (won at Night of Champions)
-Evan Karagias and Jamie Noble (won at Slamboree 2001)
-AJ Styles and Air Paris (won at Road Wild 2001)
-Vacated on 3/23/2002 due to team split
-Elix Skipper and Kid Romeo (won at Spring Stampede 2002)
-David Cash and Shannon Moore (won at Slamboree 2002)
-Elix Skipper and Kid Romeo (won at Bash at the Beach 2002)
-Alex Wright and Disco Inferno (won at Halloween Havoc 2002)
-B-Boy and Ruckus (won on Amped - 1/4/2003)
-Vacated and Suspended on 4/17/2003 when Ruckus was fired
-Evan Karagias and Shannon Moore (won at The Great American Bash 2003)
-Jimmy Yang and Kaz Hayashi (won at Starrcade 2003)



WWE Championship History since April 2001

-Steve Austin (won at Wrestlemania X7)
-William Regal (won at Summerslam 2001)
-The Undertaker (won on Raw - 11/19/2001)
-Kurt Angle (won at Royal Rumble 2002)
-Triple H (Won at Backlash 2002)
-The Rock (won at Vengeance 2002)
-Triple H (won at Summerslam 2002)
-Brock Lesnar (won at Wrestlemania XIX)
-Kurt Angle (won at Summerslam 2003)
-Brock Lesnar (won at Survivor Series 2003)

I'll be updating this topic with my PPV results and whatnot.
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Tue Sep 27, 2016 9:59 pm

Names:
David Cash = Kid Kash
Glenn Karver = Kane


WCW Sin
January 18, 2004

US Title #1 Contender's Match
Lance Storm def. Shane Helms (20:56)
90% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/4

WCW Cruiserweight Championship | 4-Way Dance
David Cash (c) def. Jason Jett, Elix Skipper, and Kid Romeo (10:21)
78% Rating

Singles Match
Raven def. WCW Tag Team Champion Chris Candido [w/ Tammy Sytch and Shane Douglas] (12:40)
79% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2

Singles Match
Booker T def. Sid Vicious (8:05)
84% Rating

WCW US Heavyweight Championship
Chris Kanyon (c) def. Rey Misterio Jr. (16:12)
85% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

Singles Match
Goldberg def. Buff Bagwell [w/ KroniK] (4:12)
80% Rating

After the match, Glenn Karver makes his debut and brutally attacks Goldberg

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Dustin Rhodes (c) def. AJ Styles (22:35)
87% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4


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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Mon Oct 24, 2016 5:51 pm

It takes me like a month IRL to do a month in-game. Fitting.


Names:
David Cash = Kid Kash
Glenn Karver = Kane


WCW SuperBrawl XIV
February 22, 2004

WCW Hardcore Championship
Sean O'Haire (c) def. Rick Steiner (11:15)
70% Rating

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
David Cash (c) def. Rey Misterio Jr. (15:30)
78% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

WCW World Tag Team Championships
Chris Candido and Shane Douglas (c) [w/Tammy Sytch] def. Raven and Sick Nick Mondo (10:41)
79% Rating

Singles Match
Mike Awesome [w/Torrie Wilson] def. AJ Styles (16:13)
83% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2

WCW US Heavyweight Championship | 3-Way Dance
Chris Kanyon (c) def. Shane Helms and Lance Storm (22:08)
82% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

Singles Match
Glenn Karver [w/James Mitchell] def. Goldberg (9:56)
After the match, Karver brutally destroys Goldberg, leaving him a bloody mess in the ring
92% Rating
Meltzer: ***

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Dustin Rhodes (c) def. Booker T (19:42)
94% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/4




I kinda expected the US title match to be better, but other than that I'm really happy with how this show turned out.


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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Thu Oct 27, 2016 8:58 pm

The Second Monday Night War

Preliminary Results: Winter 2004

12/29/2003
RAW: 3.5
Nitro: 3.1

1/5/2004
RAW: 3.2
Nitro: 2.7

1/12/2004
RAW: 3.3
Nitro: 2.9 (Go-Home to Sin)

1/19/2004
RAW: 3.6 (Go-Home to Royal Rumble)
Nitro: 2.8 (Sin Aftermath)

1/26/2004
RAW: 3.14 (Royal Rumble Aftermath)
Nitro: 3.02

2/2/2004
RAW: 3.5
Nitro: 2.97

2/9/2004
RAW: 3.6 (Go-Home to No Way Out)
Nitro: 2.7

2/16/2004
RAW: 3.4 (No Way Out Aftermath)
Nitro: 2.9 (Go-Home to Superbrawl)

2/23/2004
RAW: 3.2
Nitro: 3.1 (Superbrawl Aftermath)


WWE seems to be holding a steady lead in the early going of this new monday night war, but to WCW's credit, they've come pretty darn close a couple times. The 1/26 and 2/23 Nitros were both great shows, but Raw just managed to edge them out both times. However, with Raw getting solid victories in both of WCW's PPV weeks (as well as both of their own), WWE still has the clear edge out of the gate in this second go-around.

[I took the TV ratings the game gave me and divided them by 2, cause according to the records, Raw was getting high 3s/low 4s around this time. Most of the time that gives me 2.8-2.95 for Nitro and 2.85-3.1 for Raw every week, so I added and subtracted a bit here and there for realism's sake based on our respective PPV schedules. Basically, I haven't beaten Raw yet, but I'm close.]
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Wed Nov 02, 2016 3:46 pm

David Cash = Kid Kash
Glenn Karver = Kane
Jason Jett = EZ Money


WCW Uncensored
March 21, 2004
(A week before Wrestlemania)

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Raven def. Chris Kanyon (c) (10:49)
83% Rating
Meltzer: ***

WCW Cruiserwieght Tag Team Championships
Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Billy Kidman (c) def. Kaz Hayashi and Jimmy Yang (9:20)
82% Rating
Meltzer: ****

Singles Match
Jeff Jarrett def. Sid Vicious (7:55)
79% Rating

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
David Cash (c) def. Jason Jett (10:53)
88% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/4

Singles Match
AJ Styles def. Rey Misterio Jr. (12:16)
89% Rating
Meltzer: ****

Singles Match
Shane Helms [w/Torrie Wilson and Mike Awesome] def. Lance Storm (15:40)
91% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/2

Last Man Standing Match
Glenn Karver def. Goldberg (19:06)
92% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

WCW World Heavyweight Championship | Ladder Match
Dustin Rhodes (c) def. Booker T (18:28)
93% Rating
Meltzer: ****



87% Overall. Legit one of the best shows I've ever done. Jesus Christ Funny
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Wed Nov 02, 2016 6:32 pm

How'd you come up with that name for Kane? itchy head

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Wed Nov 02, 2016 7:00 pm

Glen is his real first name, and I wanted his last name to start with a K just to reference him being Kane. Glenn Karver totally sounds like a horror villain, so I went with that. I don\'t know
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Wed Nov 02, 2016 7:09 pm

I can't believe you didn't go with his old ring name The Christmas Creature clown

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Thu Nov 03, 2016 4:02 pm

The Second Monday Night War:

The First Victory: WrestleMania Season

3/1/2004
RAW: 3.1
Nitro: 3.1

3/8/2004
RAW: 3.21
Nitro: 3.18

3/15/2004
RAW: 3.4
Nitro: 3.05(Go-Home to Uncensored)

3/22/2004
RAW: 3.3(Go-Home to WrestleMania)
Nitro: 3.5 (Uncensored Aftermath)

The battle heated up significantly in March, with virtual rating ties two weeks in a row to start the month. Once again, however, Raw beat Nitro decisively in WCW's PPV week, this time thanks to the return of The Rock to confront Undertaker. But the next week, after the fantastic show that WCW put on at Uncensored, they returned the favor, winning the ratings battle for the first time since October of 1998 with a show that featured the return of Sting to save Dustin Rhodes from an attack from Glenn Karver.

[On March 1st I was literally 0.01 behind Raw, 5.69 to 5.68, and on the 8th I was 0.03 behind, 5.70 to 5.67. Finally got ahead of them on the 22nd, ended up being 5.62 to 5.43. The ratings are slowly dropping because both mine and WWE's PI are going down every week due to being at war with each other, but we both seem to be flattening out as the industry is entering a boom and we're starting to get more PI back for each show we do.]


Meanwhile, in WWE...

In response to recent developments involving WCW's extremely strong showing at Uncensored and the following night's ratings shift, WWE pulled out all the stops at Wrestlemania XX, putting out two match of the year candidates to highlight what was otherwise a very solid event from Madison Square Garden. As expected, Kurt Angle got his revenge on Brock Lesnar to regain the WWE title in an epic 30-minute broadway, while Eddie Guerrero retained the Intercontinental Championship against William Regal in a 24-minute bout that was one botched spot away from being WWE's first ***** match in 7 years. Elsewhere, The Undertaker defeated The Rock to remain undefeated at Wrestlemania, and Chris Benoit outlasted Triple H in a brutal Street Fight for the upset of the night. With both WWE and WCW putting out incredibly good PPVs on back-to-back Sundays, and competition being in full swing, it's safe to say that it's a great time to be a wrestling fan again.
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Thu Nov 10, 2016 12:30 am

The Stable Legion K consists of:
Glenn Karver (Unwilling leader/object of worship)
James Mitchell (Manager)
Mike Sanders (Acting Leader)
Konnan
Reno
3 Unnamed members (developmental wrestlers)


WCW Spring Stampede
April 18, 2004

WCW World Tag Team Championships
Mike Awesome and Shane Helms [w/Torrie Wilson] def. Chris Candido and Shane Douglas [w/Tammy Sytch] (c) (14:07)
80% Rating
Meltzer: ***

Singles Match
Reno [w/Konnan] def. Big Vito (10:42)
72% Rating

Singles Match
Rey Misterio Jr. def. AJ Styles (16:51)
89% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

Segment
Commissioner Hulk Hogan and Booker T have an unsanctioned brawl*
91% Rating

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Mike Sanders [w/James Mitchell] (c) def. Raven (11:12)
80% Rating

WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championships
Jeff Hardy and "Mystery" Partner Matt Hardy [w/Amy Dumas] def. Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Billy Kidman (c) (15:23)
84% Rating
Meltzer: ****

Singles Match
Glenn Karver def. Sting (13:38)
86% Rating
Melzter: **1/2

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Dustin Rhodes (c) def. Jeff Jarrett (15:42)
89% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

84%, not quite as good as last month, but still a solid show.



*The story to this is that Booker thinks he is being treated unfairly by management, so he's assaulted Commissioner Hogan multiple times in the past few weeks. Hogan suspended him and wanted to make him earn his job back by beating him in a match, but was told by WCW CEO Ric Flair that it was against the rules for the Commissioner to book themselves in a singles match. Therefore, Hogan simply came out and called Booker out to the ring, asking for a straight up fight to settle it man to man.
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Tue Nov 22, 2016 11:30 pm

As Always:
Glenn Karver is Kane
David Cash is Kid Kash


The Stable Legion K consists of:
Glenn Karver (Unwilling leader/object of worship)
James Mitchell (Manager)
Mike Sanders (Acting Leader)
Konnan
Reno
Evan Karagias
4 Unnamed members
(developmental workers Steve Corino, Nikki Roxx, Michael Shane, and Christopher Daniels)



WCW presents The Big Bang
May 16, 2004

Singles Match
Sting def. Jeff Jarrett (13:05)
88% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/4

WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championships
The Hardys [w/Amy Dumas] (c) def. Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Billy Kidman (13:59)
87% Rating
Meltzer: ****

WCW US Heavyweight Title | 4-Way Elimination Match
Mike Sanders [w/James Mitchell] (c) def. Raven, Lance Storm, and Sean O'Haire (10:26)
Storm submitted Raven (7:35)
O'Haire pinned Storm (8:01)
Sanders pinned O'Haire (10:26)

79% Rating
Meltzer: **1/2

Singles Match
Chris Kanyon def. Sid Vicious by Disqualification (6:52)
76% Rating

WCW World Tag Team Championships
Mike Awesome and Shane Helms [w/Torrie Wilson] (c) def. Chris Candido and Shane Douglas [w/Tammy Sytch] (12:25)
81% Rating
Meltzer: ***

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
AJ Styles def. David Cash (c) (20:03)
91% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/2

Booker T's Contract on the Line
Booker T def. Ric Flair [w/Hulk Hogan] (10:16)
84% Rating
Meltzer: **1/4

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Glenn Karver def. Dustin Rhodes (c) (18:50)
95% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/4




86% Overall good job
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:35 pm

The Second Monday Night War

Back and Forth: Spring 2004

3/29/2004
Raw: 3.6 (Wrestlemania Aftermath)
Nitro: 3.2

4/05/2004
Raw: 3.2
Nitro: 3.4

4/12/2004
Raw: 3.1
Nitro: 3.3 (Go-Home to Spring Stampede)

4/19/2004
Raw: 3.4 (Go-Home to Backlash)
Nitro: 3.3 (Spring Stampede Aftermath)

4/26/2004
Raw: 3.2
Nitro: 3.7

5/03/2004
Raw: 3.35
Nitro: 3.3

5/10/2004
Raw: 3.3
Nitro: 3.6 (Go-Home to The Big Bang)

5/17/2004
Raw: 3.8 (Go-Home to Judgement Day)
Nitro: 3.2 (Big Bang Aftermath)

5/24/2004
Raw: 3.6 (Judgement Day Aftermath)
Nitro: 3.5

5/31/2004
Raw: 3.3
Nitro: 3.6


Raw seems to have regressed back to the booking style of the attitude era, putting PPV draws on free TV in an attempt to take viewers away from Nitro after losing a handful of weeks to WCW in the ratings.The most egregious of these was the Elimination Chamber match on May 17, which saw Kurt Angle retain the WWE Title ahead of his Judgement Day match with The Undertaker.

[I'm embellishing a bit. Nitro's actually beaten Raw every week since March 29 and WWE has dropped to about 15% PI. However, that's not a fun story, so I'm beefing up their ratings a smidge.]
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:13 pm

TJ helping out The Evil Empire in their ratings Fail!

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Wed Dec 21, 2016 9:42 pm

I'm gonna be the evil empire soon enough. Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Wed Dec 21, 2016 10:14 pm

Oh man nervous

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Fri Dec 30, 2016 1:31 am

Changes to Legion K this month:
Steve Corino revealed himself to be secretly trying to sabotage the group and was kicked out
Christopher Daniels has debuted as an official members
the two remaining unnamed members have been quietly dropped from TV


WCW Presents
The Great American Bash
June 20, 2004

Singles Match
Jeff Jarrett def. Rey Misterio Jr. (14:03)
84% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/4

WCW Hardcore Championship | 3-Man Hardcore Gauntlet
Sean O'Haire (c) def. Johnny the Bull and Chuck Palumbo (8:22)
O'Haire def. Johnny (2:25)
O'Haire def. Palumbo (5:57)

76% Rating

6-Man Tag Team Match
Sting, Big Vito, and Steve Corino def. US Champ Mike Sanders, Reno, and Christopher Daniels [w/Konnan and Evan Karagias] (9:34)
76% Rating
Meltzer: **1/2

Sid's Career on the Line
Chris Kanyon def. Sid Vicious (12:16)
81% Rating

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
AJ Styles (c) def. Jason Jett (18:39)
94% Rating
Meltzer: *****

Both Competitors' Jobs on the Line
Booker T def. WCW Commissioner Hulk Hogan [w/Ric Flair] (11:52)
(Flair turns Heel during the match)
86% Rating
Meltzer: **1/2

WCW World Tag Team Championships
Mike Awesome and Shane Helms [w/Torrie Wilson] (c) def. CM Punk and Colt Cabana (14:37)
89% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Glenn Karver [w/James Mitchell] (c) def. Dustin Rhodes (16:25)
95% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/4



86% Rating

AJ the real MVP Sad
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Fri Dec 30, 2016 1:58 am

Styles good job

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Fri Dec 30, 2016 2:00 am

Who the hell is Jason Jett? Oh man

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Fri Dec 30, 2016 2:02 am

TJ said earlier that he's EZ Money.

Although, that doesn't really answer the question for me cause I have no clue who the fuck EZ Money is.
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Fri Dec 30, 2016 2:19 am

He was in ECW and he came back to wrestling recently for a bit in NWA Smoky Mountain.

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Fri Dec 30, 2016 12:14 pm

He was in the X-Division for a while, too. His stats are just really close to AJ's Funny
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Tue Jan 17, 2017 3:41 pm

WCW Boiling Point
July 18, 2004

Singles Match
Booker T def. Shane Helms [w/Torrie Wilson] (12:31)
83% Rating

WCW Hardcore Championship
Sean O'Haire (c) def. Konnan [w/Reno] (10:03)
75% Rating

WCW World Tag Team Titles | 4-Way Tag Team Match
CM Punk and Colt Cabana (c) def. The Hardys [w/Amy Dumas], Ernest Miller & Samoa Joe, and Chris Candido & Shane Douglas [w/Tammy Sytch] (13:31)
Punk pinned Miller
85% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2

Singles Match
Raven def. Dustin Rhodes (14:53)
88% Rating
Meltzer: ***

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Sting def. Mike Sanders [w/James Mitchell] (c) (12:17)
80% Rating

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
AJ Styles (c) def. Rey Misterio Jr. (17:08)
86% Rating
Meltzer: ****

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Glenn Karver [w/James Mitchell] (c) def. Mike Awesome [w/Torrie Wilson] (20:15)
86% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4


83%. Feels like a filler PPV because it is. Setting up some big stuff for the fall.
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Thu Feb 02, 2017 8:06 pm

A fairly accurate depiction of the state this BTB was in for the past couple weeks:

(ft. Glenn Karver)

A slightly more accurate depiction of why I haven't been able to continue:


I just got the files back today. Road Wild will be up eventually.
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Thu Feb 02, 2017 10:16 pm

I sympathize for objects around TJ's house when the Steelers lose. Scared

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   Fri Feb 03, 2017 5:28 pm

Special Match Alert:

Nitro 7/19
Match #4
WCW World Tag Team Championships
Colt Cabana and CM Punk (c) def. Mike Awesome and Shane Helms [w/Torrie Wilson] (19:29)
After the match, Awesome turns heel on Helms
98% Rating
Meltzer: *****


Their match at GAB got 89% and the Nitro main event a few weeks back where the belts changed hands got 90%. I guess people just really liked how the heel turn was done. I don\'t know

(96 crowd, 99 match)
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