Monday, March 5, 2012

Audio: Wrestling News Live Following WWE Raw 3/5/12

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Santino Marella Wins WWE US Title

Santino Marella defeated Jack Swagger to become the new United States champion on WWE Raw.
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Shawn Michaels Announced As Guest Ref For Triple H/Undertaker

Shawn Michaels announced on Raw that he will be the special guest referee for Undertaker vs Triple H at WrestleMania
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Content For Best Of ECW DVD

Disc 1- Men Who Made The Arena

Public Enemy

Public Enemy vs. The Funks (Hostile City Showdown, 6/24/94)
Public Enemy vs. The Rottens - Basebrawl Match - (Hardcore Heaven, 8/13/94)
Public Enemy vs. The Gangstas (Hardcore Heaven, 7/1/95)

Terry Funk

Terry Funk vs. Cactus Jack (Hostile City Showdown, 4/15/95)
Terry Funk & Tommy Dreamer vs. Cactus Jack & Raven (November to Remember, 11/18/95)
Terry Funk vs. Stevie Richards vs. Sandman (Barely Legal, 4/13/97)
Terry Funk vs. Raven (Barely Legal, 4/13/97)

Bonus Clip

Clip of The Night of Flying Chairs

Disc 2 - Innovators of Violence


Sabu vs. The Tazmaniac (Hardcore TV, October 1993)
Sabu vs. Cactus Jack (Hostile City Showdown, 6/24/94)
Sabu vs. Chris Candido (Cyberslam, 2/22/97)

Tommy Dreamer

Tommy Dreamer gets Caned by Sandman
Tommy Dreamer vs. Raven (Hostile City Showdown, 4/15/95)
Tommy Dreamer vs. Brian Lee - Scaffold Match - (High Incident, 10/26/96)
Tommy Dreamer vs. Raven (Wrestlepalooza, 6/7/97)

Bonus Footage

Tommy Dreamer & Beulah vs. Rob Van Dam & Bill Alfonso (As Good As it Gets, 9/20/97)
Lesbian Angle with Tommy, Beulah & Kimona (Hostile City Showdown, 4/20/96)
Kimona Striptease

Disc 3 - The Franchise

Shane Douglas

Shane Douglas Throws Down the NWA World Title
Shane Douglas vs. Sabu vs. Terry Funk (The Night the Line Was Crossed, 2/5/94)
Shane Douglas vs. Pitbull #2 vs. Too Cold Scorpio vs. Chris Jericho (Heatwave, 7/13/96)
Shane Douglas vs. Pitbull #2 (Doctor Is In, 8/3/96)
Clip of Shane Douglas Attacking a Paralyzed Pitbull #1

Disc 4 - Violence

Headhunters vs. Crash The Terminator & Miguel Perez Jr. - Barb Wire Baseball Bat Match - (Ultraclash 9/18/93)
Public Enemy vs. The Funks - Barb Wire Match - (Heatwave. 7/16/94)
Sandman vs. Cactus Jack - Barb Wire Match - (Barbed Wire, Hoodies & Chokeslams, 6/17/95)
Ian Rotten vs. Axl Rotten - Taipei Death Match - (Hardcare Heaven, 7/1/95)
Pitbulls vs. Raven & Stevie Richards - Dog Collar Match - (Gangstas Paradise, 9/16/95)
Terry Funk vs. Sabu - Barb Wire Match - (Born to be Wired, 8/9/97)
Sabu vs. Sandman - Stairway to Hell - (House Party, 1/10/98)

Disc 5 - International Stars

Clip of Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton making a unannounced appearance to the Arena.
Arn Anderson & Terry Funk vs. Bobby Eaton & Sabu (When Worlds Collide, 5/14/94)
Chris Benoit vs. Al Snow (Double Tables, 2/4/95)
Eddie Guerrero vs. Too Cold Scorpio (3 Way Dance, 4/8/95)
Eddie Guerrero vs. Dean Malenko - 2 Out of 3 Falls - (Hardcore TV, 8/26/95)
Rey Misterio Jr. vs. Psicosis - Mexican Death Match- (November to Remember, 11/18/95)
Rey Misterio Jr. vs. Juventud Guererra (Big Ass Extreme Bash, 3/9/96)
Chris Jericho vs. Pitbull #2 (Hardcore Heaven, 6/22/96)

Disc 6 - Stealing the Show

Rob Van Dam

Rob Van Dam vs. Sabu (Matter of Respect, 5/11/96)
Rob Van Dam & Sabu vs. The Eliminators (November to Remember, 11/16/96)
Rob Van Dam & Sabu vs. The Eliminators vs. The Gangstas (November to Remember, 11/16/96)
Rob Van Dam vs. Jerry Lynn (Hardcore TV, 8/12/98)

When The Lights Go Out

Sabu Returns (November to Remember, 11/18/95)
Shane Douglas, Tommy Dreamer & Sandman Make an Entrance (Hardcore TV, March 1996)
Brian Pillman Speaks his Mind (Cyberslam, 2/17/96)
Sabu & Taz Confrontation (November to Remember, 11/16/96)
Jerry Lawler Invades the Arena (Wrestlepalooza, 6/7/97)
Jim Cornette Visits the Arena (Hardcore TV, Summer 1997)
Sandman Saves Dreamer (December 1997)
Sandman Returns (Fan Cam, 10/23/99)
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Video: Devon " Hannibal " Nicholson Thrown Out Of WWE Event

Devon Nicholson, who is currently in a legal battle with WWE, posted the following video on him being ejected from a WWE house show.

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Drew McIntyre To Be Deported?

Drew McIntyre tweeted the following:

73 days left before the good ol' US of A tries to deport me. I know justice will be restored, no Drew=bad for business and future of WWE!!... Until then I shall pitch Braveheart 2, the rise of Wallace to Hollywood
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Live results for WWE Raw 3/5/2012

Whatsup boys and girls and welcome to another Raw recap here on Tonight should be a very bumpy ride as we are getting closer and closer to Wrestlemania, and tonight we have appearances by the Rock, and Shawn Micheals, what will happen? Will Undertaker be there too? Also don't forget that Teddy Long is running Raw tonight. We shall find out. Stay tuned and see. Also, don't forget to join us over at for a live chat during Raw tonight.

And we start the show with Shawn Micheals coming out. HBK said several weeks ago, he came out and caused a little trouble. He said things got really heated between himself and HHH, and that is all water under the bridge and HHH accepted the match. And HBK is really only there to find out what made HHH change his mind, and out comes HHH. HBK said that he pushed the lines of their friendship, and he shouldn't have done that. HBK said he even called HHH a coward, and no one ever does that, but HBK did, and got away with it. HBK said that someone must have said something that brought HHH to his knees, that made him immediately accept that match, and HBK wants to know. As HHH begins to talk, HBK cuts him off, and says that he wants to see the footage just to see what just exactly happened. (They cut to the footage from Raw last week) We come back from the footage and see HBK staring down HHH, and HHH is just staring up at the screen. HBK says that the worst thing that they could say to HHH was he is better than HHH. HHH says that he knows he didn't see it live, but he called him, and left a voicemail. HHH is tired of listening to it, tired of listening to people like the Undertaker talk about HBK behind his back, talking about how HBK couldn't get it done.  HHH calls HBK the greatest in ring perfomer of all time, and says that it kills him to look at HBK as a loser. Thats why HHH took the challenge, he is taking the match for himself, and for HBK.  HBK says that he knows who will win, and the reason he knows that, is because he has been made the special referee of the match.

1st match US Title match
Santino Marella vs Jack Swagger
Winner AND NEW US CHAMPION: Santino Marella

(During the match, John Laurinitus came out and David Otunga distracted the referee, causing Dolph Ziggler to get involved in the match. Teddy Long then comes down with Aksana and Kofi Kingston, and Long and Laurinitus start yelling at each other as they go to commercial. Match is still going on.)

After the match, Laurinitus stops the announcement of the winner, and yells at Long and the rest of the crew that Raw is his show. Long interrupts him and says that tonight it is not his show, and says that he has a present for the WWE Universe and for John Laurinitus, and he calls security out and has Laurinitus and Otunga escorted away from ringside. Long gives Justin Roberts the mic back and they continue the celebration in the ring as Santino is crying.

Come back from commercial and see Rock on a bridge in Boston, and he is ready to give a history lesson. Rock talks about the Boston Tea Party, and then unveils a table full of John Cena swag, and begins throwing it over the bridge, and says that the Peoples party starts tonight.

2nd match
Eve vs Alicia Fox
Winner: Eve

After the match Eve is staring down at Kelly Kelly as we hear the Woo Woo Woo from Zack Ryder, and out he comes. As Eve starts trying to apoligize to him, Ryder tells her to stop, and says that it has always been about Broski's before Hoski's, and leaves.

Backstage we see Ryder walking with a cane, and Eve stops him and says she has something for him, and kisses him/makes out with him, and she leaves and he stands there with a smile on his face.

They cut to John Cena in a empty arena talking about this is the most important match at Wrestlemania in his career.

3rd match
Sheamus/CM Punk vs Daniel Bryan/Chris Jericho
Winner(s): Daniel Bryan/Chris Jericho

Next up is another Rock history lesson, this time in front of the Paul Revere statue. It ends with the Rock saying that he is on his way to Raw right now, and leaves with the camera looking at the Paul Revere statue.

4th match
Miz vs Big Show
Winner: Big Show

(During the match, Cody Rhodes came out and did his Big Show's Failure during Wrestlemania and showed Big Show at WWE NYC. Miz tried to attack Big Show from behind, but ended up getting a spear for his trouble.)

We have our 3rd Rock History lesson as he stands in front of the Statehouse, and talks about beating Cena, and that he will fall to the Rock. And his next stop? The TB Gardens for Raw.

5th match
R-Truth vs Kane
Winner: Kane

After the match Orton comes out and RKO's Kane. Orton gets the mic, and says its good to be back and leaves.

Here comes John Cena to a chorus of boos from the crowd. Cena says that the arena is packed, and they are all there to see the Rock. Last week, Cena told the Rock his problem, but what is the Rock talking about on him. Cena saying that the Rock was shook up, but who did it to him? It was Cena, and Cena even starts talking about himself looking horrible. Cena continues to belittle Rock, and finally tells the Rock to get out there. Out comes the Rock. Rock said he was going to look Cena in the eye and tell the world what he sees, and he sees fear, because the Rock is taking everything away. Because when the Rock beats Cena at Wrestlemania, everything goes away. The Rock sees right through him, the Rock has never been more confident about anything in his life. The Rock tells Cena he is his bitch, and leaves the ring. Cena continues to to run down the Rock, and then tells Rock that he will be his bitch and leaves the ring.

Well that was Raw, and guess what, they just announced that next week on Raw, we will have a Rock concert and a Cena rap. So tonight we had HBK announcing he is the special guest referee to a US Title change. This was a good Raw, and next week, HBK will be there again, and so will the Undertaker. What will happen then? Who knows, but thanks for joining us tonight for Raw, and don't forget to join us over at for Wrestling News Live here in a bit. See you guys next week.
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WWE: Best of WCW Clash of the Champions DVD Match Listings

As announced earlier, WWE will be releasing a best of WCW’s Clash of the Champions on May 22. According to this is what’ll be on the multi disc release.


The Real Story

NWA World Heavyweight Championship Match
‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Sting
Clash of the Champions – March 27, 1988

NWA World Tag Team Championship Match
Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Lex Luger & Barry Windham
Clash of the Champions – March 27, 1988

Why Wait a Whole Year?

NWA World Tag Team Championship Match
Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Sting & Dusty Rhodes
Clash of the Champions II – June 8, 1988

Russian Chain Match
Ricky Morton vs. Ivan Koloff
Clash of the Champions III – September 7, 1988

“I Quit” Match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk
Clash of the Champions IX – November 15, 1989

Mil Mascaras vs. Cactus Jack Manson
Clash of the Champions X – February 6, 1990

NWA World Tag Team Championship Match
Midnight Express vs. Rock & Roll Express
Clash of the Champions XI – June 13, 1990


To Be The Man, You Gotta Beat The Man

NWA United States Championship Match
‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. Lex Luger
Clash of the Champions XII – September 5, 1990

The Young Pistols & Z-Man vs. The Fabulous Freebirds
Clash of the Champions XV – June 12, 1991

15-Man Battle Royal
Clash of the Champions XVI – September 5, 1991

WCW United States Championship Match
Sting vs. ‘Ravishing’ Rick Rude
Clash of the Champions XVII – November 19, 1991

Other Stars On The Rise

2 out of 3 Falls Match
‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs. The Hollywood Blonds
Clash of the Champions XXIII – June 17, 1993

Brian Pillman vs. “Stunning” Steve Austin
Clash of the Champions XXV – November 10, 1993

WCW Television Title Match
Lord Steven Regal vs. Dustin Rhodes
Clash of the Champions XXVI – January 27, 1994

Elimination Tag Team Match
Sting & ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair vs. ‘Ravishing’ Rick Rude & Vader
Clash of the Champions XXVI – January 27, 1994


Here we are Again

Championship Unification Match
Sting vs. ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair
Clash of the Champions XXVII – June 23, 1994

WCW United States Championship Match
“Stunning” Steve Austin vs. Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat
Clash of the Champions XXVIII – August 24, 1994

Hulk Hogan & ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage vs. ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair & The Giant
Clash of the Champions XXXII – January 23, 1996

Medusa vs. Bull Nakano
Clash of the Champions XXXIII – August 15, 1996

Match for the BattleBowl Ring
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Eddie Guerrero
Clash of the Champions XXXIII – August 15, 1996

I’m gonna watch this

WCW World Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Match
Harlem Heat vs. The Steiner Brothers vs. Sting & Lex Luger
Clash of the Champions XXXIII – August 15, 1996

WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Ultimo Dragon vs. Dean Malenko
Clash of the Champions XXXIV – January 21, 1997

WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Guerrero
Clash of the Champions XXXV – August 21, 1997

Diamond Dallas Page & Lex Luger vs. Scott Hall & ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage
Clash of the Champions XXXV – August 21, 1997

35th and Final Clash


‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair and Barry Windham vs. Midnight Express
Clash of the Champions IV – December 7, 1988

Sting and Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat vs. ‘Ravishing’ Rick Rude and Steve Austin
Clash of the Champions XVIII – January 21, 1992

Thunder Cage Match
Dustin Rhodes & Sting vs. Big Van Vader, Paul Orndorff and Barry Windham
Clash of the Champions XXII – January 13, 1993
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