Vintage Best And Worst: WCW Hog Wild 1996

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Hi everyone!

It’s me again with another installment of Vintage Best and Worst. I don’t have much to say besides I hope you’ve been enjoying so far. I’ve been taking all the suggestions into consideration to make this as enjoyable as possible for everyone and I’m still working on bigger and better recaps. Remember, Bray Wyatt was once Husky Harris. So just know you have great things to look forward to for a few months before I ruin it by having a possessed kid write these for me.

As always, follow me on Twitter at @DavidDTSS, check out more goodies at The Smoking Section and tell your kids you love them or something. I had to have a third thing in there.

Next week, we have three options:

1. I can continue in order with the next WWF PPV – In Your House: International Incident
2. I can go back and do WCW Uncensored 1995 because it sucked so much.
3. I can pick one of your suggestions at random as long as you follow me on Twitter and share this article.

Deal? Deal. *Mega Powers handshake*

Now, on to the Recap!

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