WCW Starrcade 1993: 10th Anniversary Review

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Hello everyone and welcome to the Starrcade 1993 review! I’m quite excited for the main event of this show; as for the rest of the card, not so much. There are some undercard matches with some potential, but most good or great workers are saddled with inferior wrestlers. Regardless, I have hope! If last year’s show can be good with the Lethal Lottery and Battlebowl, then this show can be good too. Will it? Lets find out.

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Random Match Roundup #16

              Hello everyone and welcome to Random Match Roundup #16. This is the post where I review 5 random matches from anytime, anywhere. This is an interesting one, so without further ado, lets begin!                                                                                      

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WWE Fastlane 2016 Review

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Hello everyone and welcome to the WWE Fastlane 2016 review! A testament to how excited I am for this show is that before about 20 minutes ago, I forgot this was happening tonight. While, overall, I have exceptionally low hopes for the show, the main event looks stacked and any match with AJ Styles in WWE excites me. Hopefully this show isn’t god-awful. Lets get the review underway!

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WWE Royal Rumble 2016 Review

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Hello everyone and welcome to my WWE Royal Rumble 2016 review! As usual, I’m reviewing this show very late. Even though it is late, I still want to review it because a.) it was very eventful and b.) last year’s Royal Rumble was my first PPV review. I am hyped for this show, because some matches, like Owens vs. Ambrose, look great on paper and the Royal Rumble is always full of surprises. Some other matches have the chance to be good or vey good, but those are the most exciting. Anyhow, lets get the review started.

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WWE TLC 2015 Review

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Hello everyone and welcome to my WWE TLC 2015 review! I would be lying if I said I was excited for this show, but my expectations aren’t too low. We have some pretty solid matches on paper, and multiple matches have the added crutch of plunder to make it more entertaining. While no storyline will be advanced well tonight, I do expect the match quality to be pretty solid. Hey, it can’t be worse than last month, right?

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WCW Starrcade 1990: Collision Course Review

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Hello everyone and welcome to my return to the Starrcade review series with the WCW Starrcade 1990: Collision Course review! This show looks quite interesting to say the least. Looking at the progress bar at the bottom of the WWE Network stream, there are no less than 12 matches and most of the matches look like they get next to no time. That does not look good when it comes to match quality, but at least I know none of the matches should be long and boring from the way this looks. Overall, I have not heard much hype for this show, but it can’t be worse that Starrcade 1989, right? Anyway, lets get on to the show!

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NWA Starrcade 1989: Future Shock Review

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Hello everyone and welcome to the Starrcade 1989 review, which is the final Starrcade review of the 1980s. As we approach the halfway point, I am presented with a show that seems fairly hopeless. It is a show of two tournaments, which means all the wrestlers will be worn down from wrestling earlier in the night. Each tournament, one singles and one tag team, was round robin, where a pin or submission was worth 20 points, a countout is worth 15 points, a DQ is worth 10 points, a draw is worth 5 points, and a loss is worth 0 points. The competitors in the singles tournament are Sting, Ric Flair, Lex Luger, and The Great Muta (!!!), while the tag competitors are Doom, The Road Warriors, The Steiner Brothers, and The New Wild Samoans, who are replacing the Skyscrapers due to injury. Both tourneys have talent, but I am not confident they will be able to put on good matches consistently. Anyway, lets get on with the show!

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