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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   WCW 2004 - EWR - Page 2 EmptySun Feb 12, 2017 2:38 am

New Stable:
The Double J Society
Jeff Jarrett [Leader]
Jason Jett [Current Hardcore Champion]
James Starr (Storm) and Jack (Chris) Harris
Manager Jessica Johnson (Angelina Love)

The roster of Legion K remains unchanged


At long last:

WCW Road Wild
Live from the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
August 15, 2004

Tag Team Match
Cruiserweight Tag Champs The Hardys [w/Amy Dumas] def. Chris Candido and Shane Douglas [w/Tammy Sytch] (10:20)
85% Rating
Meltzer: ***

Singles Match
Jeff Jarrett [w/The Double J Society] def. Sean O'Haire (11:18)
79% Rating
Meltzer: **1/2

Singles Match
Rey Misterio Jr. def. Steve Corino (13:04)
82% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/4

WCW World Tag Team Championships
CM Punk and Colt Cabana (c) def. Ernest Miller and Samoa Joe (9:37)
89% Rating
Melzter: ***1/2

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
AJ Styles (c) def. Christopher Daniels [w/Legion K] (14:59)
91% Rating
Meltzer: ****3/4

Singles Match
Mike Awesome [w/Torrie Wilson] def. Shane Helms [w/Torrie Wilson] (13:56)
Torrie turns heel to side with Awesome during the match
87% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2

Raven's Rules Match
Dustin Rhodes def. Raven (18:02)
87% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Glenn Karver [w/James Mitchell] (c) def. US Champ Sting (17:16)
87% Rating
Meltzer: ***



86% Overall. I am pleased

Awesome/Helms and Dustin/Raven legit had identical scores. Both were 87/91/79.
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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   WCW 2004 - EWR - Page 2 EmptyThu Feb 23, 2017 12:51 am

The Second Monday Night War

Backlash: Summer 2004

6/7/2004
Raw: 3.5
Nitro: 3.6

6/14/2004
Raw: 3.4
Nitro: 3.6 (Go Home to Great American Bash)

6/21/2004
Raw: 3.4
Nitro: 3.7 (Great American Bash Aftermath)

6/28/2004
Raw: 3.47 (Go Home to King of the Ring)
Nitro: 3.5

7/5/2004
Raw: 3.61 (King of the Ring Aftermath)
Nitro: 3.65

7/12/2004
Raw: 3.5
Nitro: 3.6 (Go Home to Boiling Point)

7/19/2004
Raw: 3.70 (Go Home to Badd Blood)
Nitro: 3.68 (Boiling Point Aftermath/*****)

7/26/2004
Raw: 3.4 (Badd Blood Aftermath)
Nitro: 3.8

8/2/2004
Raw: 3.5
Nitro: 3.4

8/9/2004
Raw: 3.55
Nitro: 3.47 (Go Home to Road Wild)

The summer was a tight battle, but after several weeks of Nitro barely edging the ratings thanks to the blockbuster Rhodes/Karver and Rhodes/Raven feuds, Raw eventually edged its way in front a few times as July turned to August, with its main storyline following underdog King of the Ring winner Eddie Guerrero as he challenges WWE champion Triple H, with former champs Kurt Angle and Brock Lesnar both also staking a claim to the title. Lesnar's victory in the ensuing Fatal 4-Way at Badd Blood was not well-received at first, but the hype is rapidly building for the upcoming Lesnar/Guerrero title match at Summerslam. Meanwhile in WCW, Glenn Karver and Legion K are running rampant on Nitro, keeping a stranglehold on the World Heavyweight Championship as Sting and whoever is brave enough to join him stand against him. The Tag and Cruiserweight divisions are absolutely lighting it up, giving WCW a decided advantage when it comes to undercard workrate, but major feuds such as Rhodes/Raven and Helms/Awesome opposed to HHH/Angle or Undertaker/Benoit come down to a matter of viewer opinion.

[We're seriously neck and neck. These are actually being decided by 0.01 some weeks. Also I'm just totally making up what's going on in WWE. I figure Trips beat Angle in some dumb match on Raw trying to beat me in the ratings, and then Brock won it at Badd Blood. Eddie's probably getting his No Way Out moment at Summerfest.]
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Also Just for reference, here's the weekly schedule for WCW:

Nitro (A Show)
2 Hours (5-6 Matches)
Filmed Live on Monday
Airs 8-10 PM on Fox

Worldwide (C Show)
1 Hour (3 Matches)
Recorded on Tuesday
Airs in syndication on FSN/Various Local Sports Channels on Friday Evenings
Some stations show replays on Sunday Afternoons

Amped (B Show)
1.5 Hours (4 Matches)
Recorded on Tuesday
Airs 6:30-8 PM Saturdays on FX
Replays occasionally air weekdays at Midnight

House Shows
Thursday (Half of Roster)
Friday (Other Half of Roster)


And yes, I'm aware my three shows initials spell out N.W.A.
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Dog your schedule is whack. You're paying those losers on the Friday house show to do nothing on Thursdays.

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TJ to make the necessary changes to please Ian. (happy)

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   WCW 2004 - EWR - Page 2 EmptySun Mar 05, 2017 11:36 pm

It's a rest day, dawg. Give the boys a break. I aint bothered

Plus the game tells me I only do two house shows and I sure as hell don't send the whole roster to both of them. I aint bothered
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WCW Fall Brawl
September 19, 2004

Singles Match
Shane Helms def. Mike Awesome [w/Torrie Wilson] (18:23)
85% Rating
Meltzer: **3/4

Singles Match
Sean O'Haire def. Jeff Jarrett [w/The Double J Society] (13:34)
80% Rating

WCW World/Cruiserweight Tag Team Titles | Unification Match
The Hardys [w/Amy Dumas] (c-cw) def. The Second City Saints (c-world) (16:22)
95% Rating
Meltzer: ****3/4

Singles Match
Chris Kanyon def. Big Vito (11:50)
81% Rating

WCW World Heavyweight Championship | Title vs Career
Glenn Karver [w/James Mitchell] (c) drew Goldberg (21:05)
Neither man could answer the referee's 10-count
90% Rating
Meltzer: ****

WarGames Match | Team Sting vs Legion K
Sting, Dustin Rhodes, AJ Styles, and Raven def. Mike Sanders, Reno, Konnan, and Christopher Daniels (26:42)*
Styles made Konnan tap to the Calf Killer
85% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4


85% Total Rating

My tag division can do no wrong. Indifferent


*WarGames info:
Sting is US Champion
AJ Styles is Cruiserweight Champion

Order of Entry:
1A: Reno
1B: Dustin Rhodes
2A: Mike Sanders
2B: AJ Styles Raven
3A: Christopher Daniels
3B: AJ Styles
4A: Konnan
4B: Sting

Styles was going to enter second, but Raven stopped him and entered instead, looking like he was going to attack Rhodes and potentially join Legion K. However, he instead helped Dustin up, and turned back face-ish by helping the team win the match. The significance of the finish is that Konnan had a legit calf injury a couple months back, so I decided to make it part of his gimmick that he always had it heavily wrapped/in a boot and used it to his advantage in matches. However, it came back to bite him as it was a known weakness that was exploited for the victory. In addition, by gaining the fall in the WarGames match, Styles becomes #1 Contender for the World Championship.
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Sony Computer Entertainment America Presents:
WCW Unleashed 2004
Release Date: September 10, 2004
Only for Playstation 2

Roster:
OVR | (Active)
90 | AJ Styles (CWC)
90 | Booker T
81 | Buff Bagwell
83 | Chris Candido
85 | Chris Kanyon
83 | CM Punk (WTTC)
83 | Colt Cabana (WTTC)
82 | David Cash
92 | Dustin Rhodes
80 | Ernest Miller
95 | Glenn Karver (WHC)
94 | Goldberg
78 | Jason Jett
84 | Jeff Hardy
85 | Jeff Jarrett
79 | Kensuke Sasaki
78 | Konnan
81 | Lance Storm
84 | Matt Hardy
90 | Mike Awesome
86 | Mike Sanders
79 | Nick Mondo
87 | Raven
77 | Reno
88 | Rey Misterio Jr
82 | Samoa Joe
85 | Sean O'Haire (HCC)
82 | Shane Douglas
87 | Shane Helms
92 | Sting (USHC)
OVR | (Legends)
93 | Dusty Rhodes
95 | Hulk Hogan
91 | Lex Luger
95 | Ric Flair
91 | Sid Vicious
90 | Terry Funk

I have a paper where I calculated out everyone's ratings if anyone wants to see Funny

This post also made me realize that a proper acronym for the cruiserweight title is "WCWCWC" (World Championship Wrestling Cruiser-Weight Championship)
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Shit Ric Flair should still be full-time here NAH

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PostSubject: Re: WCW 2004 - EWR   WCW 2004 - EWR - Page 2 EmptyMon Mar 20, 2017 9:36 pm

He's the authority figure NAH

And that's not everybody I have, but I'd imagine a PS2 game could only handle a 36-man roster.
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The first SvR, which was for the PS2 and came out in 2004, had 52 wrestlers (35 men, 6 divas & 11 legends).

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Man, I need to get my money back. Shaking Head
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WCW Halloween Havoc
October 17, 2004
Staples Center | Los Angeles, CA
Official Theme: As I Am | Dream Theater

WCW United States Heavyweght Championship
Chris Kanyon def. Sting (c) (11:23)
87% Rating
Meltzer: ***

Singles Match
Booker T def. Sean O'Haire (11:12)
85% Rating
Meltzer: ***

WCW World Tag Team Championships | 2/3 Falls Match
The Hardys (c) def. The Second City Saints (15:30)
Cabana pinned Jeff (8:49)
Matt pinned Cabana (10:12)
Jeff pinned Punk (15:30)

96% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/2

Singles Match
Goldberg def. Reno [w/James Mitchell] (9:24)
80% Rating

Steel Cage Match
Mike Awesome [w/Torrie Wilson] def. Shane Helms (18:56)
82% Rating
Meltzer: **3/4

WCW Women's Championship | Tournament Final
Manami Toyota def. Amy Dumas (10:01)
75% Rating
Meltzer: **1/2

World Heavyweight Title #1 Contender's Match
Dustin Rhodes def. Raven (20:49)
After the match, Raven offers a handshake, which is reluctantly accepted.
89% Rating
Meltzer: ****

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Glenn Karver [w/James Mitchell] (c) def. Cruiserweight Champion AJ Styles (15:16)
After the match, Dustin Rhodes comes out and has a staredown with Karver
89% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2

85% Overall

It was revealed shortly after Fall Brawl that Raven's feud with Dustin Rhodes was a psychological test he created to help Dustin win back the world title from Karver, who Raven feels is a threat to the business if the entire roster sees him as unbeatable. He created situations where Dustin would feel like he has no chance of winning, but still manage to prevail through sheer force of will, such as a match where the rules were made up by his opponent, or a WarGames match with a likely treacherous partner. The lesson being taught, and the story being told, is that nobody is unbeatable, anyone has at least a chance to beat anyone else, and that for Rhodes, beating a monster like Karver starts in his own head. This match is the final test; Raven still has a score to settle with Karver (he's cost him the US title and chokeslammed him through the announce table on separate occasions), so if Rhodes can't get it done Raven himself is plan B, and has no intention of simply letting Rhodes take his #1 contendership (by winning the WarGames match, both Styles and Raven earned shots at the title due to not having challenged Karver before). Why would Raven come up with such a convoluted plan to help someone else win the world title? It's Raven, he's clearly insane.
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I had the PPV scheduled for the 24th but only booked 4 weeks of TV assuming I'd have the PPV after that. Had to mess around with the files to get the show to the right date. <_<
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Misc Notes:
-Glenn Karver has still not been pinned in WCW. He drew Goldberg at Fall Brawl and has lost in two tag matches on Nitro. Other than that he is undefeated.
-Both Stables remain unchanged from before.
-Chavo Guerrero won the Cruiserweight Title from AJ Styles on Nitro on November 1

Pre-Show Match
The Second City Saints def. Chris Candido & Shane Douglas [w/Tammy Sytch] (10:00)


WCW Mayhem
November 21, 2004
United Center | Chicago, IL
Official Theme: Stronger | Trust Company (sniped it from WWE)

Singles Match
Booker T def. Kensuke Sasaki (13:35)
84% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Chavo Guerrero Jr. [w/Billy Kidman] (c) def. AJ Styles (13:05)
85% Rating
Meltzer: ****

WCW Women's Championship
Jazz def. Manami Toyota (c) (9:04)
74% Rating
Meltzer: **1/2

WCW World Tag Team Championships
The Hardys [w/Amy Dumas] (c) def. Legionnaires' Tag Force (Konnan & Reno) [w/James Mitchell] (13:21)
85% Rating
Meltzer: ***

Singles Match
Goldberg def. Jeff Jarrett [w/Jessica Johnson] (7:42)
84% Rating

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Chris Kanyon (c) def. Sting (17:15)
85% Rating
Meltzer: ***

Unsanctioned Match | For the right to name the new WCW Commissioner
Hollywood Hulk Hogan def. WCW President Ric Flair (12:35)
(Hogan brought the gimmick back for one night for this match)
81% Rating

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Dustin Rhodes def. Glenn Karver [w/James Mitchell] (c) by disqualification (22:32)
(Rhodes wins by Dusty Finish after Karver hits the referee with a chair early in the match. Karver retains.)
(A second referee came down and the match continued; Dustin was about to make the potential match-winning cover when the first referee came to and called for the bell.)

95% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/2


85% Really good show. Starrcade's looking amazing too.
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The Second Monday Night War
Cracks Beginning to Form - Fall 2004

8/16/2004
Raw: 3.44
Nitro: 3.39 (Road Wild Aftermath)

8/23/2004
Raw: 3.45 (Go-Home to Summerslam)
Nitro: 3.51

8/30/2004
Raw: 3.96 (Summerslam Aftermath)
Nitro: 3.41

9/6/2004
Raw: 3.8
Nitro: 3.4

9/13/2004
Raw: 3.6
Nitro: 3.35 (Go-Home to Fall Brawl)

9/20/2004
Raw: 3.65 (Go-Home to No Mercy)
Nitro: 3.6 (Fall Brawl Aftermath)

9/27/2004
Raw: 3.79 (No Mercy Aftermath)
Nitro: 3.75

10/4/2004
Raw: 3.80
Nitro: 3.72

10/11/2004
Raw: 3.75 (Go-Home to Taboo Tuesday)
Nitro: 3.9 (Go-Home to Halloween Havoc)

10/18/2004
Raw: 3.70
Nitro: 3.81 (Halloween Havoc Aftermath)

10/25/2004
Raw: 3.58
Nitro: 3.78

11/1/2004
Raw: 3.51
Nitro: 3.78

11/8/2004
Raw: 3.6 (Go Home to Survivor Series)
Nitro: 3.73

11/15/2004
Raw: 3.2 (Survivor Series Aftermath)
Nitro: 3.82 (Go-Home to Mayhem)

WWE's slight lead over the summer crumbled in the fall, mostly due to the horrible mismanagement of the Triple H/Eddie Guerrero feud. Guerrero's emotional title victory over Brock Lesnar at Summerslam got Raw a few substantial wins over the build to Goldberg/Karver III., but the revelation of Raven's true intentions on September 20 pulled Nitro back ahead for the next several weeks. WWE's response was to put Guerrero in a deeply personal feud with Triple H in which they traded the title back and forth several times, seemingly to mirror WCW's deeply personal Rhodes/Raven and Shane Helms/Mike Awesome feuds. However, this was seen by the fans as nothing more than an attempt to pad HHH's title reign number, and more and more fans began to tune out as they played hot potato with the belt. The blame for the ratings drop, however, fell on Guerrero, and he would eventually drop the title finally to Triple H at Survivor Series in a Last Chance match, which in turn caused ratings to drop even further. This, coupled with the hot build to the highly foreshadowed rematch between Karver and Rhodes, seems to be an aligning of the stars for WCW as they head towards Starrcade.

[They pulled ahead in August, but I had a big ratings jump after Fall Brawl, and then another huge one after Mayhem. Stay tuned for that, lol. Also, yes, the HHH/Eddie feud I made up for them is absolutely a jab at Charlotte vs Sasha. Also surprising is how much both of our ratings are going up during football season. Funny]
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Big Post Incoming

NAMES:
Glenn Karver = Kane
Jason Jett = EZ Money
David Cash = Kid Kash
Jessica Johnson = Angelina Love
James Starr = James Storm
Jack Harris = Chris Harris
Troy Wheatley = Matt Bentley


The first four matches were not booked in EWR and thus do not have ratings

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Festival of Champions Pre-Show/DVD Extra (4:00 PM)

World Tag Team Championship #1 Contender's Match | 6-Team Gauntlet Match
Chris Candido & Shane Douglas [w/Tammy Sytch] def. Ernest Miller & Samoa Joe, Legionnares' Tag Force (Konnan & Reno), The Second City Saints (CM Punk & Colt Cabana), We Break People (Troy Wheatley & Ricky Banderas), and The Extreme Stallions (Chuck Palumbo and Johnny Stamboli) (21:14)
Miller & Joe def. Legionnaires' Tag Force (2:24)
Second City Saints def. Miller & Joe (4:47)
We Break People def. Second City Saints (6:17)
We Break People def. Extreme Stallions (5:02)
Candido & Douglas def. We Break People (2:44)


WCW Hardcore Championship
Nick Mondo (c) def. Steve Corino (11:03)

WCW Women's Championship
Jazz (c) def. Amy Dumas (15:30)
Meltzer: ***


Dark Match (7:10 PM)

6-Man Tag Team Match
Sean O'Haire, Rob Conway, and Disco Inferno def. Lance Storm, Shelton Benjamin, and Monty Brown [w/Joel Gertner] (8:31)



The 22nd Annual
Starrcade
December 26, 2004
Georgia Dome | Atlanta, GA | 70,205
Official Theme: Boulevard of Broken Dreams | Green Day

Main Card (7:30 PM)

WCW Cruiserweight Championship | 4-Way Ladder Match
Jason Jett [w/Jessica Johnson] def. Chavo Guerrero Jr. [w/Billy Kidman] (c), Rey Misterio Jr., and David Cash (14:43)
84% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2

Singles Match
Raven def. Mike Sanders [w/James Mitchell & Christopher Daniels] (8:56)
83% Rating
Meltzer: **1/2

After the match, Sanders and Daniels attack Raven, but Hulk Hogan comes out to make the save, likely signifying that he will name Raven the new Commissioner

WCW World Tag Team Championships
The Hardys [w/Amy Dumas] (c) def. America's Most Wanted (Jack Harris & James Starr) [w/Jessica Johnson] (15:16)
91% Rating
Meltzer: ****

Singles Match
Mike Awesome [w/Torrie Wilson] def. AJ Styles (17:08)
87% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

Singles Match
Sting def. Jeff Jarrett [w/Jessica Johnson] (12:46)
87% Rating
Melzter: **3/4

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Shane Helms def. Chris Kanyon (c) (19:33)
89% Rating
Meltzer: ****

Singles Match
Booker T def. Goldberg (15:12)
88% Rating
Meltzer: ***

WCW World Heavyweight Championship | No Disqualification Match
Dustin Rhodes def. Glenn Karver (c) (24:58)
96% Rating
Meltzer: ****3/4


90% Rating
(I think the game's giving me a bonus because the industry is in a boom, but I'll take it lol)


...and with that, my first year is done. I have plans to go through 2005, but with me graduating tomorrow, who knows what's gonna happen to this?


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Also: I made a thing along the way...

Title History since 2001 Sale
Current Date: December 27, 2004

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
55: Booker T (4) | March 26, 2001 - June 17, 2001 (83 Days)
56: Goldberg (2) | June 17, 2001 - November 18, 2001 (154 Days)
57: Dustin Rhodes (1) | November 18, 2001 - December 23, 2001 (35 Days)
58: Goldberg (3) | December 23, 2001 - July 21, 2002 (210 Days)
59: Mike Awesome (1) | July 21, 2002 - November 2, 2002 (104 Days)
60: Booker T (5) | November 2, 2002 - January 19, 2003 (71 Days)
61: AJ Styles (1) | January 19, 2003 - June 22, 2003 (161 Days)
62: Mike Awesome (2) | June 22, 2003 - November 23, 2003 (154 Days)
63: Dustin Rhodes (2) | November 23, 2003 - May 16, 2004 (175 Days)
64: Glenn Karver (1) | May 16, 2004 - December 26, 2004 (224 Days)
65: Dustin Rhodes (3) | December 26, 2004 - Present (1+ Days)

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
91: Booker T (1) | March 18, 2001 - April 22, 2001 (35 Days)
-VACATED-
92: Diamond Dallas Page (3) | April 22, 2001 - May 19, 2001 (27 Days)
93: Mike Sanders (1) | May 19, 2001 - June 30, 2001 (42 Days)
94: Dustin Rhodes (3) | June 30, 2001 - August 19, 2001 (50 Days)
95: Jeff Jarrett (4) | August 19, 2001 - December 23, 2001 (126 Days)
96: Mike Awesome (1) | December 23, 2001 - July 13, 2002 (202 Days)
97: Jeff Jarrett (5) | July 13, 2002 - August 18, 2002 (36 Days)
98: Rey Misterio Jr. (1) | August 18, 2002 - December 29, 2002 (133 Days)
99: Lance Storm (4) | December 29, 2002 - February 23, 2003 (56 Days)
100: Chris Kanyon (1) | February 23, 2003 - May 18, 2003 (84 Days)
101: Sid Vicious (2) | May 18, 2003 - October 19, 2003 (153 Days)
102: Jeff Jarrett (6) | October 19, 2003 - October 25, 2003 (6 Days)
-VACATED-
103: Rey Misterio Jr. (2) | November 23, 2003 - December 28, 2003 (35 Days)
104: Chris Kanyon (2) | December 28, 2003 - March 21, 2004 (84 Days)
105: Raven (2) | March 21, 2004 - April 5, 2004 (15 Days)
106: Mike Sanders (2) | April 5, 2004 - July 18, 2004 (104 Days)
107: Sting (3) | July 18, 2004 - October 17, 2004 (91 Days)
108: Chris Kanyon (3) | October 17, 2004 - December 26, 2004 (70 Days)
109: Shane Helms (1) | December 26, 2004 - Present (1+ Days)

WCW World Tag Team Championships
137: Natural Born Thrillers (1) | January 14, 2001 - June 17, 2001 (154 Days)
138: The Insiders (3) | June 17, 2001 - October 27, 2001 (132 Days)
139: KroniK (3) | October 27, 2001 - February 17, 2002 (113 Days)
140: Filthy Animals (Rey/Konnan) (2) | February 17, 2002 - May 19, 2002 (91 Days)
141: Candido and Douglas (1) | May 19, 2002 - July 21, 2002 (63 Days)
142: The New Road Warriors (1) | July 21, 2002 - September 22, 2002 (63 Days)
143: Candido and Douglas (2) | September 22, 2002 - January 19, 2003 (119 Days)
144: Natural Born Thrillers (2) | January 19, 2003 - March 16, 2003 (56 Days)
145: Goldberg and Buff Bagwell (1) | March 16, 2003 - April 26, 2003 (40 Days)
146: Big Vito and Reno (1) | April 26, 2003 - August 17, 2003 (113 Days)
147: Candido and Douglas (3) | August 17, 2003 - April 18, 2004 (245 Days)
148: Mike Awesome and Shane Helms (1) | April 18, 2004 - July 5, 2004 (78 Days)
149: Second City Saints (1) | July 5, 2004 - September 19, 2004 (76 Days)
150: The Hardys (1) | September 19, 2004 - Present (99+ Days)

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
49: Shane Helms (1) | March 18, 2001 - June 9, 2001 (83 Days)
50: Elix Skipper (2) | June 9, 2001 - September 23, 2001 (106 Days)
51: Rey Misterio Jr. (6) | September 23, 2001 - October 6, 2001 (13 Days)
52: Kid Romeo (1) | October 6, 2001 - December 1, 2001 (56 Days)
53: AJ Styles (1) | December 1, 2001 - March 17, 2002 (106 Days)
54: Air Paris (1) | March 17, 2002 - April 21, 2002 (35 Days)
55: AJ Styles (2) | April 21, 2002 - July 21, 2002 (91 Days)
56: Chavo Guerrero Jr. (3) | July 21, 2002 - August 3, 2002 (13 Days)
57: AJ Styles (3) | August 3, 2002 - October 20, 2002 (78 Days)
58: Jason Jett (1) | October 20, 2002 - February 23, 2003 (126 Days)
59: Shane Helms (2) | February 23, 2003 - September 27, 2003 (216 Days)
60: Air Paris (2) | September 28, 2003 - October 19, 2003 (22 Days)
61: David Cash (1) | October 19, 2003 - May 16, 2004 (210 Days)
62: AJ Styles (4) | May 16, 2004 - November 1, 2004 (169 Days)
63: Chavo Guerrero Jr. (4) | November 1, 2004 - December 26, 2004 (55 Days)
64: Jason Jett (2) | December 26, 2004 - Present (1+ Days)

WCW Womens Championship
1: Manami Toyota (1) | October 17, 2004 - November 21, 2004 (35 Days)
2: Jazz (1) | November 21, 2004 - Present (36+ Days)

WCW Hardcore Championship
-VACATED-
20: Terry Funk (4) | April 22, 2001 - June 30, 2001 (69 Days)
21: Chris Candido (1) | June 30, 2001 - July 7, 2001 (7 Days)
22: Terry Funk (5) | July 7, 2001 - July 22, 2001 (15 Days)
23: Chris Candido (2) | July 22, 2001 - December 23, 2001 (154 Days)
24: Bam Bam Bigelow (2) | December 23, 2001 - March 17, 2002 (84 Days)
25: B-Boy (1) | March 17, 2002 - August 31, 2002 (167 Days)
26: Alex Wright (1) | August 31, 2002 - September 5, 2002 (5 Days)
27: B-Boy (2) | September 5, 2002 - December 29, 2002 (115 Days)
28: Crowbar (2) | December 29, 2002 - April 13, 2003 (105 Days)
29: Johnny the Bull (2) | April 13, 2003 - May 10, 2003 (27 Days)
30: Mark Jindrak (1) | May 10, 2003 - May 18, 2003 (8 Days)
31: Rick Steiner (1) | May 18, 2003 - July 5, 2003 (48 Days)
32: Crowbar (3) | July 5, 2003 - July 20, 2003 (15 Days)
33: B-Boy (3) | July 20, 2003 - August 17, 2003 (28 Days)
34: Crowbar (4) | August 17, 2003 - August 23, 2003 (6 Days)
-VACATED-
35: Rick Steiner (2) | August 23, 2003 - October 19, 2003 (57 Days)
36: Ernest Miller (1) | October 19, 2003 - November 8, 2003 (20 Days)
37: Rick Steiner (3) | November 8, 2003 - February 9, 2004 (93 Days)
38: Sean O'Haire (1) | February 9, 2004 - April 26, 2004 (77 Days)
39: Johnny the Bull (3) | April 26, 2004 - May 24, 2004 (28 Days)
40: Sean O'Haire (2) | May 24, 2004 - August 9, 2004 (77 Days)
41: Jason Jett (1) | August 9, 2004 - November 20, 2004 (103 Days)
42: Nick Mondo (1) | November 20, 2004 - Present (37+ Days)
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Major Players Heading into 2005:

[Over | Brawl | Speed | Technical | Charisma]

Dustin Rhodes
Babyface | 35 years old
[100 | 81 | 24 | 48 | 88]
WCW World Heavyweight Champion
2004 was a big year for Dustin Rhodes. He came in as a semi-unproven world champion with a lot of doubters, but undoubtedly left as the Ace of WCW. After losing "the big one" to Goldberg back at Starrcade 2001, and missing most of 2002 and 2003 due to injuries and going to rehab for painkiller addiction, he won the title from Mike Awesome in a lackluster match at the end of 2003 and defended it at Starrcade in a 3-way dance, where he pinned the upstart AJ Styles. However, he had no less than 3 classic feuds in 2004 - with Booker T, Glenn Karver, and Raven - all of which got callbacks at the end of the year, and put on classic matches with each of them. He ended the year by finally winning the World Title back from the previously unbeaten Karver at Starrcade to cement his place as the top Babyface in WCW. However, the entire roster is lining up to challenge the new champion, and 2005 will potentially be just as trying for the now-four-time champion.

Glenn Karver
Tweener (Leans Heel) | 37 Years Old
[97 | 85 | 25 | 20 | 78]
The former Kane was signed from WWE in late 2003 and debuted at Sin with a brutal attack on Goldberg. Declaring himself "A demon from the depths of Hell" and "Unbeatable by mere mortals", he proceeded to run through the entire roster, including convincing Pay-Per-View victories over Goldberg (twice) and Sting. In the meantime, he and his manager James Mitchell were approached by a number of disenfranchised WCW roster members, seeking to become followers of the seemingly unstoppable Karver. Following an ideology of brutality and "Might makes Right", they created a stable called Legion K, which was joinable only after receiving a beating from Karver himself. While initially successful, as Karver would initially help Mike Sanders win the United States title from Raven, Legion K eventually proved their uselessness, as while Karver kept a stranglehold on the world title, his followers did almost nothing but lose to the various babyfaces Karver was feuding with. After losing the world title at Starrcade, Karver snapped, brutally assaulting each member of Legion K the next night on Nitro. How long will Legion K survive into 2005? Will Karver reclaim his world title?

Booker T
Heel | 39 Years Old
[93 | 82 | 42 | 59 | 90]
The 5-time world champion was on a downturn in 2004, as he spent the entire year chasing his 6th reign. After earning the #1 Contendership early in the year, he engaged in a stellar series of two matches with Dustin Rhodes, but wasn't able to come up with the belt. He spent most of the next several months begging Commissioner Hulk Hogan for another shot, but Hogan would never give him one, leading to Booker assaulting Hogan multiple times. Faced with being fired, he challenged WCW CEO Ric Flair to a match with his contract on the line, and after winning that, challenged Hogan himself to a Loser Leaves match, which he won after Flair turned heel on Hogan over their personal differences. Later, he thought he could align himself with Flair and the new commissioner Joel Gertner, but they wouldn't have any of it either, and Booker found himself at a crossroads. Finally, he closed out the year with a final war against his longtime nemesis Goldberg, with whom he had feuded for the majority of 2003. However, Booker was simply the better man at Starrcade, becoming only the second man (after Mike Awesome) to pin Goldberg cleanly. However, with old rivals Rhodes and Sting - as well as the monsterous Karver - standing in his way, it remains to be seen whether Booker will return to the title picture in 2005.

Mike Awesome (w/Torrie Wilson)
Heel | 39 Years Old
[92 (84) | 80 | 35 | 47 | 69 (80)]
Mike Awesome's best days were seemingly behind him. He made a name for himself by beating Goldberg at The Great American Bash 2002, and had a notable feud with the upstart AJ Styles over the title in 2006 which saw Styles turn heel to retain the belt before eventually losing it to Awesome. However, Mike hadn't had a truly great match since toppling Goldberg, and most fans seem to agree he isn't quite the same wrestler he was back in ECW. That, coupled with his poor mic skills and reliance on storyline girlfriend Torrie Wilson to cut promos for him, caused many to question his legitimacy as a main eventer. This was all changed, however, by his odd couple team (and eventual feud) with Shane Helms. Their battles with the likes of Candido and Douglas and the Second City Saints brought out the absolute best in Awesome, and while the matches between he and Helms weren't anything spectacular, the feud itself was red-hot, as Awesome eventually convinced Torrie that Shane only formed the team to take her away from him, and they proceeded to team up to lay waste to him. Following a role-reversed victory over AJ Styles at Starrcade, Mike and Torrie now have their sights on the world title as two of the top heels in the company.

AJ Styles
Babyface | 27 Years Old
[90 | 61 | 92 | 89 | 83]
The Phenomenal One started 2004 as a cocky young heel intent on conquering the world, but after an extended return to the Cruiserweight division, he very well may have ended it as the Heart and Soul of WCW. After losing the World Championship to Dustin Rhodes, he engaged with a short program with Mike Awesome before catching the ire of Rey Misterio Jr. with his arrogance. The two show-stealers engaged in an epic series of battles, one that tought the young Styles a valuable lesson in respect. After they traded victories, Styles quickly turned his attention to Cruiserweight champion David Cash, who he easily dispatched for his 4th reign with the belt. After holding a master class across the division over the summer, the now-face Styles went on to join the fight against Legion K, playing a major role in the WarGames match and eventually earning a title shot against Karver. After quietly losing the Cruiserweight title to Chavo Guerrero, the youngest ever World Heavyweight Champion is now a much more complete character, and looks to climb back to the top of the mountain in 2005.

Raven
Tweener (Leans Babyface) | 40 Years Old
[92 | 79 | 9 | 26 | 95]
Raven's major role in 2004 was as the mastermind behind the plot to dethrone Glenn Karver. This included his hallmark feud with Dustin Rhodes, which could very well be seen as a turning point in the history of WCW. Despite also having one of the best in-ring years of his career, the 40-year old seems to be toning it down in 2005, as he has been named WCW Commissioner going forward.

Chris Kanyon
Heel | 34 Years Old
[89 | 79 | 20 | 75 | 79]
Kanyon started the year as US Champion, but lost it to Raven in mid-spring. After retiring Sid Vicious over the summer, he went on to win the belt back in a high-profile program with Sting, but seems to being groomed for a main event push going forward, as he dropped the title at Starrcade. Rumors are swirling that he'll be world champ by the end of 2005, but with so many other contenders around, he's got a long line to wait in.

Shane Helms
Babyface | 30 Years Old
[86 | 69 | 86 | 80 | 80]
WCW United States Heavyweight Champion
Most of Shane Helms's year was entwined in his team/feud with Mike Awesome, which he clearly came out on the losing end of. However, he started and ended the year in the US Title division, and closed out the year by finally getting his first reign with the title by toppling Kanyon. With most of the other major players eyeing the world title, Helms will have a lot of hungry young challengers to deal with in his reign. Largely seen as nothing more than a "poor man's AJ Styles", he has a lot to prove in 2005.

Jeff Jarrett
Heel | 36 Years Old
[83 | 74 | 2 | 69 | 84]
Double J returned from injury in late spring to challenge Dustin Rhodes for the world title, but fell into obscurity for several months after that before teaming up with Jason Jett to form the Double J society, a stable entirely made up of wrestlers with J-names. While Jarrett himself has been largely unsuccessful in 2004, the stable at least was beneficial in helping Jett become both Hardcore and Cruiserweight Champion late in the year. Jarrett has a bit of a chip on his shoulder due to lack of success, so he's surely looking for an eventful 2005.

Sean O'Haire
Tweener (Leans Babyface) | 30 Years Old
[80 | 78 | 66 | 50 | 75]
Sean O'Haire didn't do much of note in 2004 aside from spending a large portion of the year as Hardcore champion, but he did have some more high profile feuds toward the end of the year with the likes of Booker T and Lance Storm. With WCW's aging main event scene, O'Haire is another name that has been heavily rumored for a big push in 2005.

Monty Brown (w/Joel Gertner)
Heel | 32 Years Old
[73 (76) | 78 | 47 | 90 | 90 (82)]
WCW's best-kept secret. The "Alpha Male" garnered rave reviews in development against the likes of Rob Conway and Ricky Banderas before debuting on the main roster in November, managed by recently-fired former commissioner Gertner. He's been a force to be reckoned with so far on the undercard, and seems to be destined for big things going forward.
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[I marathoned a couple weeks of shows in this game...it was miserable. I didn't remember half of my plans. It may be a long time before I come back to this...]


WCW Genesis
January 16, 2005
TD Waterhouse Centre | Orlando, FL

WCW World Tag Team Championships
Chris Candido & Shane Douglas [w/Tammy Sytch] def. The Hardys [w/Amy Dumas] (c) (11:52)
86% Rating
Meltzer: ***3/4

Singles Match
AJ Styles def. Lance Storm (18:09)
91% Rating
Meltzer: ****1/2

WCW Women's Championship
Roxy Nicks def. Jazz (c) (9:42)
72% Rating

WCW Cruiserweight Championship - 3-Way Dance
Jason Jett [w/Jessica Johnson] (c) def. Rey Misterio Jr. and Chavo Guerrero Jr. [w/Billy Kidman] (14:06)
Jett pinned Rey
83% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
Shane Helms (c) def. Chris Kanyon (15:35)
85% Rating
Meltzer: ****

Singles Match
Mike Awesome [w/Torrie Wilson] def. Kensuke Sasaki (11:11)
82% Rating
Meltzer: ***

WCW World Heavyweight Championship - 4-Way Dance
Dustin Rhodes (c) def. Glenn Karver*, Sting, and Booker T (19:55)
Rhodes pinned Sting
88% Rating
Meltzer: ***1/2


*Legion K has had a bit of a falling out over the past 3 weeks, and it comes to a head in this match. During the match, Mike Sanders comes down and attacks Karver with a chair. The rest of Legion K appear to come out to stop him, but Konnan and Reno turn as well and beat down Daniels and Karagias before joining Sanders in taking Karver out of the match.


[The last Nitro before this had a pretty cool moment IMO. Sanders had been questioning Karver's leadership after he lost the title, and the rest of the group threatened to kick him out. On the last Nitro, there was a tag team match between Karver & Booker and Rhodes & Sting. Sanders ran in to attack the faces and caused a DQ. As Booker and Rhodes brawled, Sanders called for Karver to chokeslam Sting. Karver had him in the chokehold, but as Sanders celebrated, Karver grabbed him as well and chokeslammed the both of them.]
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