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Uncensored 1995

Backstage: Mike Tenay is standing by with WCW World Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat & Sister Sherri. Stevie reminds them that there are no rules or regulations. The Nasty Boys are going to see what Harlem Heat is all about. There ain’t nothing to it, but to do it. Booker tells the Nasty Boys this is the final countdown. If they want to knock someone out of their seat and clock them with foreign objects, they’ll do it. Sherri can’t think of a more cohesive unit than Harlem Heat.

Match #5: Big Bubba Rogers vs. Sting
Bubba slaps Sting and Stinger responds by working his wrist down and stomping it. Head of steam and clotheslines Bubba. He grabs his hat and coat, puts it on and dropkicks Bubba to the floor. He taunts Bubba about having his hat, he drops it to the mat and leg drops it. Bubba rushes and he’s back dropped. To the ribs by Sting and he rakes the eyes and kicks him over. Scoop slam by Sting and a high elevation elbow drop. Sting stomps the hand and strikes Bubba’s face. Irish whip and Bubba collapses in the corner. He throws him head first into the corner and boots the gut.

A right hand from Sting knocks Bubba to the floor, Sting moves in but Bubba grabs his ankle. He tries to use the ring post but Sting pulls him back and Bubba goes nose first. Back to the ring, Sting unleashes a high elevation splash and slaps Bubba around. Big rights from Stinger, he positions him in the corner for a body shot. Irish whip, Bubba slides out of the ring and Sting chases him around. They slide back in and chase on the ropes, Sting tries a leapfrog but Bubba’s head catches him on the leg. Sting is favoring his knee and Bubba takes advantage by kicking the back of it. Bubba locks in a submission on the knee and throws his own knee into Sting’s kneecap.

More submission work on the leg of Sting. Sting boots the back of Bubba’s head but can’t reverse control. Bubba uses the rope for leverage as he sits down on the injured leg. More stomps to the bad area before using his boot to choke Sting, and the fans hate it. In the corner, on one leg Sting fights back, but his knee is too much as Bubba boots him down again. More mat work on the knee to Sting, as Bubba twists and turns it. Bubba slaps him and tries a pin for two. Uppercut by Bubba which knocks Sting off his feet and he hits a bronco buster. Bubba rolls to the floor just to slap Sting across the face. Headbutt by Bubba as the fans try to rally for Stinger.

Bubba sets Sting up for a pile driver, Sting reverses with a back drop but he falls right down, favoring the leg. Bubba is up first and he continues to pressure the left leg. Back to vertical, Irish whip by Bubba and he follows it with a right. Bubba continues to scissor the leg and he sits down for leverage as Sting screams out in pain. Bubba with a scoop slam and he heads for the top rope, Sting is up and the ropes shake and Bubba is down. Sting gingerly heads for the top rope and hits an ax handle. Sting with a scoop slam but he’s still reeling. Bubba misses a slap and Sting locks in a sleeper hold. Bubba grabs his tie to help pull Sting down with a jaw breaker.

Sting ducks a clothesline and scores with a belly to back suplex.. Sting with a snapmare and he heads to the top, landing a big splash which is good for 2. Sting is still hurting, he hits a back elbow but Bubba collapses head first on the injured knee. Bubba rushes in, Sting moves. He tries to lift Bubba for a slam but his knee gives out. Bubba falls on top of him and he gets the three count.
Winner: Big Bubba Rogers (Body Slam Counter)

  • EA’s TakeEasily the most straight forward match of the night, but amid all the nonsense, it felt like the air was let out when Sting lost. I’m certainly not implying that Sting should always win, but it would have helped this card and the result was a pretty big shock since it was clean.

Match #6 – Falls Count Anywhere Texas Tornado Match: The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs & Jerry Sags) vs. WCW World Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray) w/Sister Sherri
Upon introduction, only Sherri makes her way to the ring, looking confused about where Harlem Heat are. The Nasty Boys make their way to the ring, the crowd cheers them on and Harlem Heat blindsides them from the other side of the arena. A total melee breaks out, Knobs gets worked over while Stevie pounds on Sags who is on the apron. Sags is dropped back to the floor and Knobs eats a clothesline. Elbow by Booker T while Stevie sends Knobs into the turnbuckle. Knobs gets whipped in for a spin kick, and it’s followed by a double ax handle on the floor to Sags.

From the middle turnbuckle, the champs execute a spike piledriver. Sags rushes in, but he’s dumped to the apron. Knobs is getting choked on the other side. Sags gets a double team boot on the floor, and back in the ring, Knobs is taken over. Sags and Booker get intense with the brawling on the outside and run kidney first into the steel. In the ring, Knobs has turned the tide and Stevie is sent for a lariat. Sags rolls in for a double team and Stevie gets two fists. From the apron, Sherri is dragged into the ring and she gets a pit stop. On the outside, Jerry Sags dumps a trashcan over Booker’s head, Knobs tosses Stevie over the top and out to the floor and all four men move down the ramp and they end up at a concession stand.

A food fight breaks out, Sherri tries helping out by choking Sags while Booker tosses the cotton candy on his head. All four men and Sherri too fight among the food. There’s mustard everywhere and the wrestlers are slipping and sliding. Knobs is thrown onto the funnel cake kiosk, Booker tries making a pin on the concrete but can’t get it. Booker can’t lift Knobs and Brian fights back with forearms. Big clothesline by Sags on Stevie, Booker throws Knobs into a collapsing kiosk, but he slips on the floor. Sags with a low blow on Stevie and Knobs powerslams Booker on the broken kiosk. He gets the anti-climatic 3 count.
Winners: The Nasty Boys (Knobs/Powerslam)

  • EA’s TakeAbsolutely ridiculous. If this was simply a hardcore match, sure it would lack organization, but it wouldn’t be so stupid. Everything was going alright until they spent the 2nd half of the match at the “concession stand”. Did they actually go up into the lobby? Nope, they went down the aisle and just played with food and props in a dark area for four minutes. It not only looked dumb, but it was impossible to move once all the condiments ended up on the floor, guys slipping and sliding everywhere. The camera wasn’t even on Knobs when the winner was declared. Two good tag teams couldn’t even save the (literal) mess that was this match.

Match #7 is a Leather Strap Match: WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan w/The Renegade vs. Vader w/Ric Flair
Hogan is hesitant to put the strap on, untrusting of Vader and Flair standing side by side and looking determined. Renegade’s music hits and he charges down and chases the heels out of the ring. He backs Flair up the aisle, blocks a right and takes Flair to the ground with a wristlock. Meanwhile, Hogan and Vader get things started. Hogan wraps the strap around Vader’s neck and lays in some rights. They roll back in and Hogan does some choking in the corner, and he bites the bridge of the nose. Flair rolls into the ring, but Renegade is supervising from the apron and Nature Boy retreats. Flair is stalked around the ring while Hogan continues to work on Vader in the corner.

The champ lays in some knees and whips Vader with the strap. Flair rolls in and he takes a beating with the strap. Renegade jumps into Flair’s face and he’s chased back down the aisle. In the ring, a shot to the jaw takes Vader down. He tries rolling out but Renegade rolls him back in. They get into a tug of war. Vader wins and delivers some body blocks. Straight right from Vader and he scoop slams Hogan down to the mat. He sets up a Vader bomb and lands it. Flair is back up on the apron, but Renegade makes sure he doesn’t physically intervene. Vader locks in a leg scissor on the mat. He stands up, mocks Hogan and uses the strap to whip his back.

From the back, a shirt-torn Jimmy Hart, who has been suspiciously missing all night, runs down to the ring. He joins Renegade to cheer on Hogan. On the outside, Vader grabs a chair and lays in a headbutt. He reaches back for a chair shot, but Hart stops him from behind. Vader grabs him by the shirt allowing Hogan to pick up the chair. He lays in three big shots, backs up and hits another with a head of steam. Renegade continues his Flair babysitting. More strap whips from Hogan and he chokes Vader. He grabs the chair for another shot. Hogan rolls through the corner so he can pull Vader straight into the ring post three times. Back to the chair for Hogan and he calls out to the crowd. Flair has found himself in the ring and he’s followed by you know who.

The competitors return to the ring, Vader’s down and he continues to get whipped before getting the strap pulled up down low. Vader is thrown over the top rope and Hogan joins him on the floor. The beating continues, including a scoop slam. Flair tries climbing the ropes, but Renegade is his mirror. Hogan begins dragging Vader around for the ring post count but he only gets two before Vader pulls him into the guard rail. Clubbing shots by Vader and a head butt. He turns around and throws a right to Renegade, but it doesn’t do anything. In the ring, Vader sends Hogan for a chokeslam. In the middle of the ring, Vader lands a splash. Vertical suplex by Vader and Flair loves it.

Vader poses for the crowd but Hogan pops right back up. He whips Vader and sends him for the big boot and leg drop. He starts dragging him around, he gets to three, but a Masked Man rushes from the back and takes Renegade out from behind with a chair. This frees up Flair to blindside Hogan with a wooden chair in the ring. The Nature Boy stomps away and Vader lays in some punches. Vader starts going to the corners. Renegade gets up, but Flair knocks him back down with the wooden chair. Vader gets to three, Flair brings the chair in the ring and calls for a splash. Vader tries a senton but Hogan moves. Flair pulls Vader out to the floor and decks Hogan in the back with a chair again, but the champ just Hulks up and assaults Flair with the strap.

Flair is sent for the big boot and he gets more leather. He wraps the strap around Flair’s wrist and goes for the four corners. They ring the bell for some reason, and Vader is back in to blindside Hogan. Flair and Vader send Hogan for the ride, the champ ducks and delivers a double clothesline. Renegade returns to the ring to stand at Hogan’s side. A 2nd Masked Man rushes to the ring, chair in hand. He stands with Vader and Flair presenting a 3:2 situation. From the back, unmasked but dressed in the rest of the original masked man’s attire, Arn Anderson waddles down the aisle with his hands and feet tied up. The new masked man clears out Vader and Flair with the steel chair, he unmasks to reveal it’s ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage, who celebrates with Hogan, Renegade and Hart.
Winner: No Contest

  • EA’s TakeTeasing an ‘Ultimate Surprise’ and that Hogan knows the “power of the ultimate surprise” to just end up with a Warrior cosplayer is one of the most cringeworthy things WCW ever did. Oh, and what in the holy HELL was that finish? They call for the bell after Hogan hits the four corners on a man who isn’t competing in the match, they make no announcement, but celebrate as if he won to close the show. I guess someone should have told ‘Hacksaw’ Jim Duggan that if he pinned Col. Parker, he would have won his match against Meng. This match was ridiculously, if not stupidly overbooked, but the best part of the whole thing may have been Flair over-selling his fear of Renegade the whole time.

EA’s TakeAccording to some sources, the concept of having all of these unsanctioned, no DQ or gimmick matches for Uncensored, it was supposed to grab at some of the early success and popularity of ECW. If that’s true, let’s just call this a swing and a miss – like a cartoon character swing and a miss where they spin around in circles. I’ll still give the top nod to the main event for its over the top entertainment purposes. Some shows are bad because they’re boring or chalked full of pointless bouts, to which I would recommend checking out a different show. I’ve got to say though, this show is almost so hokey, it’s worth watching if you need a laugh.

Top Three To Watch
1 – Hulk Hogan vs. Vader
2 – Sting vs. Big Bubba Rogers
3 – Randy Savage vs. Avalanche


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Attitude Of Aggression #292- The Big Five Project: King of the Ring ’93

The Big Four Project becomes the Big Five Project as the guys cover King of the Ring ’93 and Bret Hart’s fantastic run to the crown!

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The Big Four Project officially becomes the Big Five Project here on Episode 292. It’s the Attitude Of Aggression and it is time to return for another installment in the chronological analysis, review, and discussion about WWE’s now Big Five PPVs/ Premium Live Events. On this Episode, the guys cover King of the Ring ’93. In the wake of the disaster that was WrestleMania IX, WWE rebounded in a huge way with the first ever PPV version of the King of the Ring Tournament. After being screwed out of his title in Las Vegas, Bret “Hitman” Hart would complete a legendary hat-trick en route to becoming the first, and only, back-to-back KOTR winner. The guys cover all that, including a watch along of the epic Semi-Final match between Bret Hart and Mr. Perfect. KOTR ’93 was also significant as it marked the official end of Hulkamania as Yokozuna emphatically reclaimed the WWF Championship from Hulk Hogan. All that plus Shawn Michaels retaining the IC title against Crush. King of the Ring ’93 was clearly the best PPV of 1993 for WWE (by a wide margin) and the guys have all the details for you here on another epic edition of the Big Five Project!

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Attitude Of Aggression #291- The Big Four Project: WrestleMania IX

The guys review quite possibly the worst WrestleMania of all-time, as Yokozuna wins, and then loses, the WWF Championship all in the span of 5 minutes!

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The Attitude Of Aggression returns for another installment of The Big Four Project, a chronological analysis, review, and discussion about WWE’s Big Four PPVs/ Premium Live Events. On this Episode, the guys face their ultimate challenge…. making WrestleMania IX interesting. Regarded by many as the worst WrestleMania of all-time, the guys do their utmost best to break the event down and to try and make sense as to how and why it was booked as badly as it was. WWE got the location right for WrestleMania IX, but everything else was very wrong. Filled with frustrating non-finishes, matches being made up on the fly, double Doinks, chloroform filled rags, and a bizarre finish done for the sole purpose of getting Hulk Hogan (of all people) over, WrestleMania IX was very bad indeed. The guys do find a few gems here and there though. Is it enough to salvage this event from the lowest level of WrestleMania hell? Join us here for to find out plus much more on another epic installment of The Big Four Project!

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