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[2000-05-24-WCW-Thunder] Kevin Nash vs Jeff Jarrett vs Scott Steiner

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WCW loves having awful angles lead into Great American Bash featuring Kevin Nash. Nash runs off Russo who comes back out with security. Steiner goes to punch Russo and waits for 15 seconds until Rick Steiner and Tank Abbott come out showing that they have Steiner’s girls. Jarrett is now able to work over Nash inside the ring. Billy Silverman and Russo argue with Russo smashing the guitar over his head. Jarrett uses a chair inside and Russo makes the two count. Mickey Jay is trying to get to the ring but security blocks that until Steiner clothes lines all of security. Steiner runs Russo away as Nash powerbombs Jarrett with Mickey Jay making the count and we have a new champion again. I swear to god, I can’t even remember the title lineage at this point from Spring Stampede on it is getting passed around so much. Straight overbooked garbage. ½*

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The champ is out first followed by Scott Steiner, at which point Vince Russo (who’s losing his voice) grabs the mic and wonders what happened to the even playing field? “Two against one, over my dead body!” He then tells Billy Silverman that he will referee this match and threatens to take the shirt off his back. On hearing Kevin Nash’s music he decides against that and flees into the crowd. Clearly getting your hands on Vinnie Ru is more important that winning the World title, as Nash chases after him leaving Steiner and Jarrett to go it alone. Big press slam from Steiner. Nash heads back to the ring, and having gone all the way around the back of the building, in the entrance way is Russo flanked by R&B Security. Steiner’s now the one forgetting the World title and he heads up the rampway to get Russo. He snatches his baseball bat and then grabs him around the neck, at which point he spots his brother Rick and Tank Abbott, who’ve got hold of Midajah and Shakira, and takes off after them. Russo tries to interfere in the match, but Nash sees him coming and nails him with a big boot. He’s about to ‘Jackknife’ him, when Jarrett hits him in the back with the baseball bat and then continues to use that against him. Nash accidentally clotheslines Silverman and Jarrett heads out the ring to grab the World title belt. He goes to hit ‘Big Sexy’ with it but he ducks out the way. Boot to the mid-section, Jarrett drops the belt, Nash picks it up and clocks ‘Double J’ with it instead. Nash revives the official only for Russo to pull him out the ring to stop the count. Russo then breaks a guitar over Silverman’s head and Jarrett clocks Nash with a chair. ‘Big Sexy’ kicks out of the cover at two though. Mickey Jay tries to make his way to ringside to replace Silverman, but R&B Security are blocking his path. Steiner is back and double clotheslines his way through the security, with them falling like dominoes. Russo flees again on seeing Steiner, Nash with the ‘Jackknife’ to Jarrett and Mickey Jay counts the pin as the hotshotting of the World title continues.

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