The Best And Worst Of WCW Monday Nitro 2/10/97: Into The Wild

First of all, he looks weird there because he’s snarting.

Previously on the vintage Best and Worst of WCW Monday Nitro: Rowdy Roddy Piper decided that the best way to announce his retirement was to bring his child to the ring during the main event of Nitro, two hours after Hollywood Hogan stood in the same spot and said, “if Piper is here, I’m going to fight him.” Not his best plan. Also on the show, Glacier got sassy, I got too into explaining the history of Los Villanos, and Ice Train almost paralyzed La Parka.

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And now, the vintage Best and Worst of WCW Monday Nitro for February 10, 1997.

Best/Worst: Dean Malenko Vs. Eddie Guerrero Vs. Our Patience

This week, we open the show with a perfect microcosm of WCW Monday Nitro: Dean Malenko wrestling Eddie Guerrero for like four minutes until the nWo runs in and ruins it. Nitro!