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  1. What if Crockett tries to get started on PPV a year earlier at Starrcade 86 instead of 87? I know WWF had a few PPVs but without Wrestlemania 3, is Vince able to pull the same shit he did a year later to sabotage Crockett's show? Would they still go with Nikita, who was fresh off his face turn, or if not, what would be an option strong enough for their first PPV main event? If they still go with Nikita, I have to think that they give him a win since it would be their 1st PPV instead of doing the non-finish. I wonder if it would be less of an slap in the face to the Mid-Atlantic fans running
  2. I'd love for Vince to pull a Suge Knight move after Snoop left Death Row for No Limit and get the rapper Top Dogg who was a Snoop soundalike.
  3. When they announced Eric B in the townhall meeting before they mentioned from Wisconsin, I was really hoping it would be
  4. The story was when he came clean, his wife made him tell everything and she snitched on Lex (and I think Rick Steiner) and his wife told the other wives about the affairs. So that's the only time Sting did the turn on Luger first.
  5. It was Gary Hart. In his book he talked about Sting being a big time primadonna during his time in JCP 88-89. Beyond that, I haven't heard much negative talk about him backstage. In the early 90s observers, Dave Meltzer would constantly bring up Sting refusing to job to Terry Funk as an example whenever there was an issue of talent in WCW refusing to do a job. But the majority of his peers from WCW and TNA speak highly of him so he might have chilled out after that period.
  6. Not sure of full cards but a 2 main events I can think of: I'm pretty sure we get a Savage vs Undertaker PPV match in late 1991 In 1994, between the Rumble and Wrestlemania X there would be a PPV main event between Bret and Luger to determine who gets the title shot against Yokozuna
  7. I think Alberto Del Rio was fired/stripped in 2017
  8. I'm not as anti-Jarrett as most but that Monty turn, especially after how everyone was behind him at the Final Resolution PPV, was the most frustrating to watch in real time. I remember him retaining the NWA Title against Raven was considered a bad move by just about everyone that was covering NWA-TNA at the time, but they really dropped the ball with Monty. I think if he gets the belt, at best, Monty keeps it until they debut on Spike TV when they reset back to the same old with Jarrett as champion again. One of the best things about Kurt Angle's arrival was that they didn't have to keep g
  9. If he stays long enough, I could see Tony in a producer role. I don't think JR's fate changes if things are the same in WCW. If he remains an announcer with WWF, I could see him regressing into dying WCW era Tony if things remain the same in WWF (ie the Russo style of the late 90s).
  10. I've said back in 2006, but that BFG 2006 main event vs. Jarrett is how the Starrcade 97 main event should have played out. It's also amazing that he had his best match with Hogan in TNA.
  11. What if Heyman doesn't get fired from WCW in 1993? Does he stay in the manger/part time commentator role, do they eventually let him get a shot with the book (with WCW more likely on a booking committee)? Where does that leave ECW, especially after Gilbert leaves? I don't see ECW reaching the same heights they did, but I wonder how long the company would last without Heyman coming along and if they would attempt to switch to an edgier style.
  12. If WWF doesn't purchase WCW, it wouldn't surprise me if they start a solo Jeff Hardy push sort of on the level he was in 2002 where he comes close to pulling off the big win. I wonder if they'd call guys like Batista, Cena, or Brock up a year early.
  13. I remember in Flair's book and I think on the DVD, he talked about how it was to be him vs Luger but then Herd decided to have him drop the belt to Barry at either a house show or TV taping and then changed his mind and fired him. I swear a book with the detail of the Nitro book needs to be written for the 88-94/95 WCW era
  14. Boring pick, but I'm going with Linda running things and Shane playing the on screen heel boss
  15. With "Flair not going to WWF", I wonder how it affects WCW during that same time. I know the talk was that Flair was to drop the belt to Luger at the 91 Bash before everything fell apart. I wonder if they still try to go with Luger as a heel and do a double turn or if Luger gets the run as the babyface ace of the company. Do they bring back Steamboat and bring in Rude? Also with Flair still there, is there even a Dangerous Alliance or a Vader as a top heel? Behind the scenes, I'd have to imagine that Herd ends up lasting a bit longer if he doesn't lose not only Flair but also the World titl
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