Post by DiBiase is Good on Aug 4, 2008 21:17:53 GMT -5
Bash at the Beach 1999 I know the Junkyard match is infamous but the whole event is painful. Especially the Elimination match where Bobby Duncum gets up after being knocked down then remembers he's about to be splashed so he falls down again.
WWF Does Wild Kingdom. Saturday Night's Main Event Summer 1990. Mean Gene and Lord Alfred take us through a manner of skits whilst searching for the source of the Delta of some river. (The wrestling on this card is awesome but the skits are crap).
Masterlock challenge Chris Masters Darkside of Hulkamania Family Matters episode with the Bashwackers Muhammad Hassan Brawl for All Stevie Richards as a drag queen K-Fed vs John Cena Rosie vs Donald Macho Libre Phi Delta Slam Bret Hart vs Will Sasso Kane and Imposter Kane Team Pacman The Dicks Simon Dean The Juniors Divison
S&M Goldust when he was with Luna. Vader's WWE career Dr. Death on 20/20 THe Heartthrobs on Food Networks "Ham on the Street." Ken Kennedy's getting busted for lying after appearing on tv about being steroid-free. That Jimmy Hart Hair restoration infomercial Hulk Hogan infomercials That CNN wrestling special
Post by whitemike1986 on Aug 4, 2008 23:59:48 GMT -5
In light of Kane's recent angle, I'd suggest Kane vs. Fake Kane feud that lasted all but one month, if not less.
Also, I'm not sure if anyone knows what I'm talking about, but during the summer of 1999, MTV seemed to put a lot of focus on the then-WWF and there was this one special called the World Karaoke Federation, a WWF-centric episode of MTV's short-lived Say What?! Karaoke.
I'd love to see Blade induct the first Women's Extreme/Erotic Wrestling PPV. I've worked up through the 12th one (the boxed sets which apparently have some stuff clipped out) and they're hilariously bad for the most part. But the first one takes the cake... They "invade" the ECW Arena. Mickie James is in the debut match which is one of the few positives. Then the commissioner of WEW is there, The Smoke... who is a Rock Ripoff. At the end, EVEN COLDER BILLY AUSTIN shows up to take out the Smoke. Some of the girls have fun gimmicks like Tai "Killer" Weed and G.I. Ho, but for the most part... none of them can really work and maybe half or so are just strippers. Not sure if they're on that tape or not, but there's also the Maes/Mays, the wrestling hillbillies. As the volumes go on, more guys show up and pretty much all get their butts kicked in every match.
See John Cena work out with Nicole Bass! See John Cena's TRIP TO THE GROCERY. It's actually sorta good, but again sorta cheesy and I imagine you can find enough crap material. It all ends with Cena getting his developmental deal with WWE and was taped sometime in 2000.