Vintage Best And Worst: WCW Starrcade 1996

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Hi, folks.

– I’m back with WCW’s biggest pay-per-view of 1996 and it’s a doozy. If you can, like, share and tell your mom about these things I’m writing.

– Remember to follow me on Twitter so you can hear my ramblings about the finer things in life.

– As for my Network viewing, I finished WCW and went back to 1998 WWF. Man, the Attitude era ages horribly. But it’s fascinating to watch in contrast to the end of WCW because you can see what Russo was trying to do in WCW and how he fell short.

Anyway, on to the goods.

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