The WCW Best PPV of All Time
There have been many PPVs in the history of WCW, but this one might be the best. This show featured many amazing matches, so it is difficult to choose just one. The WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Champions have been crowned. There was also a brief cameo from young AJ Styles.
This PPV was one of the best opening matches of all time. It featured a great match with Rick Rude, Ricky Steamboat, and an entertaining brawl among Cactus Jack & Ron Simmons. The night also featured a memorable match involving Flyin’ Brian Pillman, who won the Light Heavyweight Title back from Jushin “Thunder” Liger.
I remember seeing this match on PPV. It was advertised as Nash vs. Steiner, but no one seemed to care about this match. The match ended in a mess. Nonetheless, it is still the best PPV of all time, and it is worth watching for the first time.
The Sting-Vader match was another memorable match from this PPV. It featured two of the most renowned wrestlers in WCW history. While the match was memorable, the main event felt a little insignificant. The ending was incongruous, though, considering that it was the biggest show of the year for the company.
Spring Stampede 1999 is another excellent pay-per-view. There were many memorable moments on this show, including a tag match between Hak and Bam and Raven’s Rules. Also, there was a tag title match between Billy Kidman and Rey Mysterio, and DDP won his first world heavyweight championship.
This show had an impressive lineup of wrestlers, including the Cruiserweight Division. It was also notable because it featured many foreign imports such as Rey Mysterio and Eddie Guerrero. Some of the best WCW PPVs were held during this period, and names such as Ric Flair, Sting, and Goldberg were involved in the action.
Among the other highlights of the pay-per-view were the appearance of the Lake Ness Monster. This monster, a large obese man, resembled Giant Haystacks, a legendary British wrestler. Mean Gene also hinted that two former WWF champions might be heading to WCW. In addition, Arn Anderson marched to the ring in golf gear. Ultimately, Ric Flair interrupted the match after trying to negotiate with Sullivan and Anderson.
The match begins with a blind tag match. Both sides attack each other. After that, Arn hits the powerbomb and calls Goldberg a motherfucker. A clothesline follows, and the two sides trade blows. The match continues on to the third night.
Despite the fact that the match is being held in Montreal, the crowd is still pretty hot. The first man up gets the title. But the crowd screams for Bret Hart.