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131: WCW Bash at the Beach 1997

Nine matches from the heyday of WCW; the year of 1997. It was one year removed from Hulk Hogan becoming "Hollywood" Hogan and the NWO was in full force. Do you remember? Some matches were good, and some bad; however, no one could argue against the facet that Dennis Rodman was pretty darn good in the main event with Hogan against Lex Luger and the Giant. Plus, Kevin Sullivan against Chris Benoit, Ultimo Dragon versus Chris Jericho, the Steiners meeting Chono and the Great Muta and Scott Hall...


130: The Great American Bash 1992

Do you like when wrestling was REAL? Did you like the Bill Watts era of WCW? Well, you going to love this one. A show loaded with talent: Steve Austin, Rick Rude, MADUSA!!! Also, Terry Gordy, Dr. Death Steve Williams, Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes and many, many others. The bulk of the program is a tournament for the World Tag Team Title, but there is also a great match featuring Sting against Vader for the title. Conrad and Tony go into the wayback machine and pull out the Great American...


129: Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling 07-07-1984

Tony and Conrad take you back to when wrestling on television was RAW...and we are not talking about the three hour WWE show. They take you back to Jim Crockett Promotions flagship show: Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling. The company had just aired its first Starrcade the November before and were about a year away from their first ever show on TBS. From the dark arena, to the off center "hard camera," there was nothing quite like a JCP show. The territories in pro wrestling were coming to...


128: WCW 06-08-1989

JR! Missy Hyatt! The Steiners beating guys up! Paul E. and Terry Funk! Ricky Steamboat Flyin' Brian, Ric Flair and much more. What was there not to like about the Turner product in 1989 (Well, okay the management). But in the ring they were doing some great things. Conrad and Tony take you back to the summer of 1989 where life was simple and the wrestling was awesome. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUScontent: http://patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on...


127: WCW Monday Nitro 06-28-1999

Coming to you from Jimmy Famous Seafood in Baltimore, this is a story of how WCW began "talking" itself out of a good wrestling show. The wrestling was pretty good, but the talk...talk...talk actually ran this show into the ground. It was live from the United Center in Chicago and it featured David Flair getting his shot at WCW World Champion Kevin Nash. Tony, Conrad and special guest Casio Kid wrap up a very long weekend of live shows in St. Louis and Baltimore with a look back and another...


126: Monday Nitro 06-30-1997

Honestly, was there anything better that WCW Monday Nitro in 1997? Wait...don't answer that! Yes, the show had its ups and downs, but there is no denying the amount of wrestling talent that was on display every Monday LIVE on TNT. From Hogan, Flair, Savage, Sting, Luger, the Giant, DDP, Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, Chris Jericho, Hall, Nash, X-Pac, Konnan, Chono...WOW! Conrad and Tony take you back for a very unorthodox look at a version of Monday Nitro that you may never forget! See Tony...


125: Clash of the Champions VII-Guts and Glory

What Happened When takes you back to June 14, 1989 in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The temperature in the building was incredibly hot and the wrestling...well...got slower and slower as the searing heat baked the participants and crowd. Many left before the end of the show and missed a pretty good bout between Ricky Steamboat and Terry Funk. It was kind of a shitty finish, but still a good match. But the crowd, made up of mostly military, was hot for the Freebirds, the Midnight Express, Sting...


124: WCW Spring Stampede 1998

On April 19, 1998, World Championship Wrestling took it's traveling circus to Denver for Spring Stampede. And even though it was well received among wrestling fans at the time, it was still in the wake of the "Starrcade debacle" and the juggernaut they created was starting to show some "wear and tear." It's Hogan and Nash against Roddy Piper and the Giant in a "baseball bat on a pole match;" Raven against Diamond Dallas Page in a Raven's Rules match for the US Title and Sting vs the Macho...


123: Butts and Tweets: Ask Tony Anything

It's a new version of "Ask Tony anything" as we take your questions from Twitter and answer them honestly (as only Tony and Conrad can do). So, sit back and relax and put Starrcast out of your mind (at least until Labor Day) and enjoy the latest offering of WHAT HAPPENED WHEEEEENNNNN! Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUScontent: http://patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out all the new cool merchandise at...


122: WrestleWar 1989, Music City Showdown

It's the final match of the great trilogy between Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat. Was it the best match of the three? That is still being debated, but it was the beginning of a great angle between Flair and Terry Funk. Plus Sting against the Iron Sheik (Fuck the Stink, I tell you!), the Road Warriors, the Dynamic Dudes and plenty more. Great ready for an entertaining two hours of WrestleWar '89, Music City Showdown as only Conrad and Tony can do... Support us on Patreon, get this show early...


121: ECW Guilty as Charged 2001

Join Conrad and Tony for a look at the last ECW Pay Per View. It was turbulent time in wrestling, with the Monday Night Wars nearing an end, and ECW having financial troubles. The final ECW Pay Per View went out with a bang as Jerry Lynn and Rob Van Dam collided for a memorable impromptu match as well as Tommy Dreamer and C.W. Anderson in a bloody "I Quit Match." Yes, we know the WWE would later have an ECW Pay Per View. But really? Who were they trying to fool? This is the REAL ECW, ECW,...


120: World Championship Wrestling 11-02-1985

1985 was a magical year for Jim Crockett Promotions. Their promotion debuted on TBS in early April, and by the end of the year, they were headed to their third Starrcade loaded with such talented superstars as Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Ivan and Nikita Koloff, the Rock and Roll Express, Arn and Ole Anderson and the Midnight Express with Jim Cornette. But as they headed to Starrcade '85, much of the attention was on the storyline between two phenomenal athletes: Tully Blanchard and Magnum TA....


119: Tony's Vegas Vacation

What started out as a great idea...well...did not turn out too well at all for Tony. He, Conrad and Dave Silva were going to spend a few days in Las Vegas to prepare for Starrcast II. Tony thought it would be a good idea for a vacation. Conrad had a better idea: do the podcast while they were in Vegas! Tony was trapped in a board room at Caesars' Palace with no vacation in site. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUScontent: http://patreon.com/WHWMonday...


118: SuperBrawl I: Return from the Rising Sun

What has the debut of Oz, the debut of Johnny B. Badd, the debut of the forerunner of Razor Ramon, Brad Armstrong dressed up as a bird, bears pissing on the ramp way, and Missy Hyatt being spanked by Stan Hansen all rolled into one? Well, it's the very first SuperBrawl! It happened in 1991 and also had some GREAT wrestling action including Sting and Lex Luger against the Steiners, Bobby Eaton versus Arn Anderson and Ric Flair meeting Tatsumi Fujinami. Conrad and Tony take you back to the...


117: WCW Monday Nitro REBOOT 04-10-2000

After a week of replays and clips, WCW Monday Nitro went back on the air live on April 10, 2000 to "reboot" the program. It was a new direction of the company under both Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo. It was an attempt to cross fiction and storylines with real life. But now, looking back 19 years later, what actually transpired was muddled and confusing and helped WCW quickly down the path of no-return. Join Conrad and Tony for a look back at what seemed like a good idea at the time, but...


116: WrestleMania III

Thirty-one years later, WrestleMania III goes down as one of the most-memorable, most groundbreaking, most influential professional wrestling events of all time. It was the glory days of Hulkamania and pitted Hogan against the legendary Andre the Giant. It was a match that did not get the greatest of reviews, but has stood the test of time as one of the most iconic matches ever. It also gave us Randy Savage against Ricky Steamboat in truly one of the greatest matches on a wrestling pay per...


115: ECW Living Dangerously 1999

While WCW and the WWF (WWE) were slugging it out in the "Monday Night Wars," ECW was kicking ass. This week's offering takes us back to Asbury Park, New Jersey, and a show filled with the Dudleys, Tommy Dreamer, Jerry Flynn, Rob Van Dam, Shane Douglas, Sid Vicious, Francine!!!!, Taz and Sabu. It may not have been one of their best events, but Living Dangerously '99 had all the elements that made ECW great. Join Conrad and Tony in a trip down Extreme memory lane. This week’s episode of WHAT...


114: Monday Nitro Spring Breakout 2000

This episode of WHW is presented by Season 5 of WWE SuperCard. Available now FOR FREE in the Apple App Store, Google Play and Amazon Appstore. Go to https://bit.ly/2UVkn2s for more information. Spring Break always meant one thing for the viewers of WCW Monday Nitro; an episode on the beach. In 2000, WCW took its traveling circus to South Padre Island in Texas for a show that would mark the beginning of the final year of the company. It was a show loaded with plenty of talent (and we're...


113: WCW Monday Nitro 07-29-1996

Join Conrad, Tony and the attendees of the very first Low Key-Big Hog Convention as they watch one of the most memorable WCW Monday Nitro episodes ever. Right out of the famous Bash at the Beach and formation of the NWO, the "Outsiders" were on the attack. The result was a disruption of a television show and an event that forever strained the relationship between WCW and Disney. There were some memorable matches, like Eddie Guerrero against the Boss and a big six man tag with some of the...


112: 112: Clash of the Champions III

It was the final Clash of the Champions under the Jim Crockett Promotions banner as well as the first time an event was named "Fall Brawl." The event featured Sting and Barry Windham for the U.S. Heavyweight Title; Dusty Rhodes against Kevin Sullivan; Ricky Morton versus Ivan Koloff in a Russian Chain Match; the Sheepherders, Doctor Death Steve Williams and more. We take you back to Albany, Georgia and September 7, 1988 and the prime-time swan-song for JCP: Clash III. Support us on Patreon,...