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Specifically something you can watch on the WWE Network. I've just been in the mood for a good hard hitting match. Any suggestions?



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I can't remember the PPV but the match with John Cena and Umaga from around 2009 was awesome.

You can't go wrong looking up the Vader vs Cactus Jack stuff from WCW. I'm sure that not all of it is there but the PPV matches and Clash matches will be.

With WWE network you can search for things so you don't ahve to do all the work of figuring it out. So enjoy!



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Not on WWE Network, but it should be easy enough to track down some Vader-Hansen or Misawa-Kobashi matches online. Now those are stiff.



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Regal-Finlay falls count anywhere in WCW. Think it ended after a piledriver on a car bonnet.



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garvin and valentine from royal rumble 91 i believe? it may do the trick.

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kargol wrote: Regal-Finlay falls count anywhere in WCW. Think it ended after a piledriver on a car bonnet.This. These two took it to a ridiculous extreme in this match. Even Misawa said 'lighten up whitey".



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Steiners vs Fujinami and Iizuka Wrestle War 92

Steiners vs Nasty Boys Havoc 90

Road Warriors vs SST Clash 8

Sting vs Vader Bash 92

Steiners vs Bigelow and Vader



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http://wrestlingclassics.com/.ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=143775

The Skyscrapers pound on a jobber for not selling.

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Arnold_OldSchool wrote: http://wrestlingclassics.com/.ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=143775

The Skyscrapers pound on a jobber for not selling.
I think the jobber missed a class or two.:)



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Heenan Fan wrote: Steiners vs Fujinami and Iizuka Wrestle War 92

Steiners vs Nasty Boys Havoc 90


Two good shouts.  The Steiners really abused poor Iizuka in that match, but then again they just loved taking liberties.  The Nasty Boys match was rough and tumble, but at least you felt like Knobs and Sags were holding their own.
 
Also, the 1992 WON match of the year: Kroffat and Furnas vs. Kobashi and Kikuchi.  They just about bent Kikuchi into a pretzel. 



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Trying to recall the Vader/Cactus match that ran on the WCW Saturday morning show (perhaps it was a replay of Saturday Night) around March 1993. Cactus took a powerbomb on the floor and was splattered all over Center Stage.



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Blazer wrote: Trying to recall the Vader/Cactus match that ran on the WCW Saturday morning show (perhaps it was a replay of Saturday Night) around March 1993. Cactus took a powerbomb on the floor and was splattered all over Center Stage.
There were two matches on Saturday Night. In the first one Vader really stiffed the shit out of Mick at his request and legitimately blackened his eyes  I think much of it was edited by WCW and the more brutal parts were shown in full on a DVD that WWE released on Foley in the early 2000s. I think Cactus won that match by countout. The second one is where they did the powerbomb spot outside the ring. The paramedics took him  away and it led to the infamous amnesia angle with the Lost in Cleveland skits.



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