WCW Main Event – [Sunday] Week 3 [October] [1994]

These are the results from WCW Main Event, being held by World Championship Wrestling.

Jim Steele and Van Hammer vs. Jack Victory and Johnny Swinger

In a hard-hitting squash match, ripped muscle boys Jim Steele and Van Hammer defeated destroyed jobbers Jack Victory and Johnny Swinger in 1:38 when Van Hammer defeated Jack Victory by pinfall with a Hammer Rocks. Van Hammer is being intentionally stiff and taking liberties with the two jobbers, by trying to hit his opponents as hard as possible throughout the match.

Rating: 40 D-

When Worlds Collide Promo

A highlight package hyping the When Worlds Collide Pay-Per-View.

When Worlds Collide is a professional wrestling event that will take place on November 6, 1994. It is produced by the Mexican lucha libre company Asistencia Asesoría y Administración. The show is produced by the technical staff of World Championship Wrestling.

Rating: 54 C-

The Armstrongs III vs. The Bruise Brothers

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, The Armstrongs III (Brian and Steve) defeated The Bruise Brothers in 6:11 when Brian Armstrong defeated Ron Harris by pinfall with a Shake, Rattle and Roll.

Rating: 61 C

Highlights of the Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair feud

Featuring a recap of the Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair feud with clips of their matches dating back to Bash at the Beach.

Rating: 100 A*

Tyler Morton vs. John Tenta w/ Jimmy Hart

In an squash match, unstoppable monster “Big” John Tenta defeated jobber Tyler Morton in 0:34 by pinfall with a Avalanche Drop.

Rating: 55 C-


Halloween Havoc Control Center

Halloween Havoc Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.

After a break, we’re with Gene Okerlund

Gene Okerlund had an interview with Jimmy Hart and John Tenta hyping Tenta’s upcoming singles match with Sting at Halloween Havoc. Tenta will end Sting’s career with the Avalanche Drop and then Hulk Hogan is next.

Jimmy Hart says that John Tenta is an overwhelming force that can’t be stopped and vows to put an end to Hogan and Hulkamania forever.

Mr. T will be the Special Referee for the Steel Cage Match between Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. Boxing legend Muhammad Ali will be there to present the belt to the winner.

“Mean” Gene talk about the upcoming Halloween Havoc Pay-Per-View and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Halloween Havoc:

I Quit Match

Dusty Rhodes vs. Col. Parker

Detroit Street Fight

Maxx Payne vs. One Man Gang

I Quit Match

Dustin Rhodes vs. Arn Anderson

WCW World Television Title Match

Jim Duggan vs. Steven Regal

WCW World Tag Team Title Match

Badd Booty vs. Harlem Heat

Best of Seven Series Match

Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Sting vs. John Tenta

Spin The Wheel Make The Deal Match

Cactus Jack vs. Kevin Sullivan

Last Man Standing Match

The Guardian Angel vs. Vader

Iron Man Match for the WCW United States Title

Ricky Steamboat vs. The Great Muta

Cage Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title

Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair

Rating: 97 A*

Spin The Wheel Make The Deal

On October 24, Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan will square off at Halloween Havoc. What kind of match will it be? Nobody will know until that night, when the wheel containing 12 different specialty matches will be spun. Here is a guide to bouts that will be included on that wheel:

I Quit Match: A match where the winner must make his opponent say the words “I Quit”.

Lumberjack Match: The ring is surrounded by wrestlers wielding leather straps to keep the competitors in the ring: pinfall or submission decides the winner.

Barbed-Wire Match: The ring ropes are draped with barbed-wire; pinfall or submission decides the winner.

Cage Match: The ring is surrounded by a steel cage; pinfall or submission decides the winner.

Texas Death Match: This match proceds until one man cannot continue; the other is declared the winner.

First Blood Match: The man who causes his opponent to bleed first is declared the winner.

Short Leash Match: The wrestlers are connected by a one to two foot “leash”. The only way to win is by knockout or submission.

Last Man Standing Match: A match which doesn’t end until one wrestler is so severely beaten that he is unable to answer a ten count.

Trick or Treat Match: This match begins with both opponents selecting one of two bags. The “treat” bag contains a weapon that can be used in the bout, the “trick” bag contains nothing but candy!

Texas Hangman Match: The Texas Hangman match has dog collars hung on the ring ropes. In order to win the match a wrestler has to hang their opponent from one of the collars until they can no longer continue.

Straitjacket Match: A match, where the only object is to beat your opponent to the point that you can secure him in a straitjacket. As an added stipulation, many straitjacket matches allow for a five minute beating of the loser.

Spinner’s Choice: The spinner of the wheel gets to choose the match from the 11 available match types.



Highlights of Bobby Walker & Ice Train w/ Teddy Long vs. Scott Norton and The Samoan Savage [from WCW Pro]

In a hard-hitting powerhouse dream match, Scott “Flash” Norton and The Samoan Savage defeated “Hardwork” Bobby Walker and Ice Train in 5:39 when Scott Norton defeated Bobby Walker by pinfall with a thunderous Release Powerbomb.

Rating: 51 D+

Footage of Ric Flair, Elizabeth and Mr T [from Saturday Night]

Footage of Ric Flair, Elizabeth and Mr T leaving Michael Jordan’s restaurant in Chicago together.

There’s something fishy going on here. Is Mr. T in league with “The Nature Boy”…

Rating: 100 A*

Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne vs. Bad Attitude

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn’t have much heat, the two hardcore brawlers Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated reliable veterans Bad Attitude in 6:46 when Steve Keirn was disqualified when Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang did run in and attacked Cactus Jack and Maxx Payne.

Rating: 75 B-

Cactus Jack, Maxx Payne, Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang End Up In Wild Brawl

Cactus Jack and Maxx Payne are in the ring, and they are attacked by Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang for a wild garbage wrestling brawl, with the chaos spilling out all around ringside. Eventually a number of officials and other wrestlers have to hit the ring and pull them apart before they kill each other.

Rating: 79 B



Show Rating:76 B-


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