Previously on the Best and Worst of WCW Monday Nitro: Rick Rude jumped ship from Raw to Nitro due to the Montreal Screwjob, and the nWo celebrated by beating up everyone for two hours without consequence. Also, Ernest Miller learned how to throw a hadoken.
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Up first, let’s find out what happened in this year’s annual 60-Man Battle Royal That Seemed Like A Good Idea On Paper.