Post by Madison Carter on Dec 30, 2007 15:45:48 GMT -5
Model? Heh. Minka's a legit porn star.
Oddly, even before this, she was dabbling in pro wrestling, and did some shows in the Las Vegas area under the ring name Satin. They leaned more towards what you see here than real wrestling, but still.
The other two girls are apparently porn stars as well. One of them someone ID'ed for me a fear years back, but I forget her name. Maya White or something. The 3rd I have no clue on.
Post by The Big Wiggle on Dec 30, 2007 18:22:07 GMT -5
This was actually the beginning of the nWo 2000 .
Seriously, it was one of the most intricately plotted storylines WCW ever had, and this was the genesis. When "the Powers That Be" were hired by WCW straight from the WWF, Nash was retired and had no interest in wrestling. However, TPB wanted the Outsiders and Bret Hart (who were involved in a mini-feud at the time) to align with their boy Jarrett for the purpose of recreating the nWo to destroy WCW.
I believe this was their second Nitro, so this was their "gift" to the Outsiders to win their trust: Having a wrestling match with three skanks.
Hey, people complain it was confusing, but it all made sense to me.
And that is in regards to the nWo. I'm saying, what do the supposed "Powers That Be" have to gain? They (PTB) really didn't serve any purpose and was the launch pad for the Vince Russo TV character which was a weak attempt to try to compete with the Mr. McMahon character. It was Vince Russo and his ego trying to prove to McMahon that he didn't need the WWE when it was the WWE that didn't need him.
Post by Hiroshi Hase on Dec 31, 2007 9:09:08 GMT -5
Agreed. The New Blood Destroyed what was left of WCW ;D
Wait, I thought the Magnificent Seven did?!?!?
I thought they were a fairly decent stable, and you could kinda say Chavo was an unofficial member as Flair went out of his way to help him hold onto the Cruiserweight title by knocking off potential challengers like Kidman.
That something as inherently ridiculous and trashy as wrestling should be analysed in such an obsessive and cynical manner. It's just a bit of fun!