The Best And Worst Of WCW Thunder 2/12/98: Apology Excepted

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06.04.18 13 Comments

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Previously on the Best and Worst of WCW Thunder: Diamond Dallas Page defended the United States Championship against Chris Benoit until The Flock ruined it, Dusty Rhodes attempted to explain why a secondary weekend shows color commentator would need to join the New World Order, and Steve ‘Mongo’ McMichael wore a track suit. Exciting things are happening on Thunder® brand WCW!

If you’d like to watch this week’s episode on WWE Network, click here. In the coming weeks you’ll be able to read all the Thunder recaps on its UPROXX tag page, and of course if you’re reading these, you’re hopefully reading the corresponding Nitro bits as well.

Note: This is still a relatively new vintage column in the rotation, so if you like it, please make sure to comment below and share the column on all (or at least some) of your social media. It helps, especially now that I’m the only one writing them!

And now, the Best and Worst of WCW Thunder for February 12, 1998.

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