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 Posted: Mon Feb 4th, 2008 09:34 pm
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Most will say how perfect their 1989 series was but what about their 1994 feud.The main matches were the double pin situation at Spring Stampede on Apr 17,the rematch on WCW Saturday Night on May 14 and there was another match after Bash At The Beach and it ended with an awesome 30+ minute tag match with Steamboat and Sting vs Flair and Steve Ausin at the end of July. 

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 Posted: Mon Feb 4th, 2008 09:35 pm
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eXCELLENT MATCHES, ALL OF THEM.  hONESTLY OF THE MANY oops Steamboat/Flair sets this one was my favorite.

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 Posted: Tue Feb 5th, 2008 04:43 am
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Pre Hogan 94 WCW had some badass matches

Flair v Steamboat

Larry Z v Regal

Sting v Vader

That might be my favorite peroid for WCW



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And ypu're forgetting the phenomenal Flair vs. Regal Marquis of Queensbury Rules series that were just thrown on the syndicated show for no reason.  It was taped in like 3 days and took months to air all the matches so by the time the last ones aired Flair had already turned heel and Hogan was already in, but he was still wrestling as a face in those matches.



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 Posted: Tue Feb 5th, 2008 06:12 am
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srossi wrote: And ypu're forgetting the phenomenal Flair vs. Regal Marquis of Queensbury Rules series that were just thrown on the syndicated show for no reason.  It was taped in like 3 days and took months to air all the matches so by the time the last ones aired Flair had already turned heel and Hogan was already in, but he was still wrestling as a face in those matches.



That was a great series, and I wish they would do that again with someone else.

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Peters1977 wrote: Most will say how perfect their 1989 series was but what about their 1994 feud.The main matches were the double pin situation at Spring Stampede on Apr 17,the rematch on WCW Saturday Night on May 14 and there was another match after Bash At The Beach and it ended with an awesome 30+ minute tag match with Steamboat and Sting vs Flair and Steve Ausin at the end of July. 
Still prefer the 70's stuff myself



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And ypu're forgetting the phenomenal Flair vs. Regal Marquis of Queensbury Rules series that were just thrown on the syndicated show for no reason.  It was taped in like 3 days and took months to air all the matches so by the time the last ones aired Flair had already turned heel and Hogan was already in, but he was still wrestling as a face in those matches.
How could I have forgotten those? Those are great matches.



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