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Following the unprecedented 2019 draft, Ted Turner's newly revived wrestling company has announced its event schedule going forward. WCW Monday Nitro will air on the twenty-first of January on TNT and run weekly action-packed events going forward, WCW Saturday Night will air on the nineteenth and a major PPV-style event will run on the last Sunday of each month. These events will air either on TBS under the 'Clash of the Champions' banner (also streaming live on WCW's soon-to-launch subscription service) or as internet exclusive branded supercards.

The company will tour Europe in May, culminating in the Slamboree event, but will otherwise focus on reestablishing its ties to the southern United States. WCW's aim is to embrace its multi-faceted past, combining the rugged southern wrasslin' of the eighties with the diverse and exciting presentation of the nineties. The company's darker days have also left an indelible mark and its first action as a legal entity was to establish a championship committee with clear and concise rules to govern its match-making and various title situations. This committee comprises of; Ric Flair, Jim Cornette, Bill Watts, Kevin Sullivan, Jeff Jarrett and Dustin Rhodes.

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World Championship Wrestling's Roster & Title Picture - Valid as of 02/02/2019

WCW has endeavoured to ensure that it strikes a balance, wherever possible, between the prestige and heritage of its titles. The company's newly-founded IPWA (International Professional Wrestling Association) championship committee has taken the decision to facilitate the licensure of the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Whilst WCW's own splinter title arguably enjoyed higher highs, in the view of the IPWA, it also endured lower lows; notably with the loss of the title by Diamond Dallas Page in a tag team match (which the champion won) to non-wrestler David Arquette and during the championship reign of the television writer Vince Russo.

NWA World Heavyweight Champion: Rey Mysterio, Jr.

The IPWA further recognises three other NWA titles, the World Women's Championship, the United States Heavyweight Championship and the World Women's Tag Team Championship. It traces the lineage of the NWA US title through to the present day WWE US title and the Womens' tag titles through the defunct WWF Women's tag titles.

NWA Women's World Champion: Charlotte Flair

NWA United States Heavyweight Champion: Cody Rhodes

NWA Women's World Tag Team Champions: Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler

The IPWA recognises four WCW titles; the World Tag Team Championships, the Television Championship, the Hardcore Championship and the Cruiserweight Championship. It traces the lineage of the tag titles through the WWE World tag titles (beginning 18/11/2001) to the current WWE/Raw tag titles (beginning 26/04/2010) and the lineage of the cruiserweight title through to the current WWE Cruiserweight title.

WCW Tag Team Champions: Sheamus O'Shaunessy (5) & Claudio Castagnoli (6)

WCW Televsion Champion: Johnny Mundo

WCW Hardcore Champion: Jon Moxley

WCW Cruiserweight Champion: Prince Devitt

The IPWA has also taken the decision to create a new title, designed to represent the symbolic rebirth of the company. It will be competed for exclusively under old school rules; every match will be one on one, every match will be two out of three falls, moves from the top rope will be grounds for disqualification as will throwing one's opponent over the top rope and its champion will be forced to defend the title at least once every fourteen days.

IPWA Southern Heritage Champion: Vacant

* Current titleholder does not possess a contract to wrestle for WCW and may be stripped at the discretion of the IPWA.

Roster

Active Male Wrestlers

Randy Orton (One-time US Champion, one-time Tag Team Champion)

Prince Devitt (Current one-time Cruiserweight Champion)

Sheamus O'Shaunessy (Two-time United States Champion, current five-time Tag Team Champion)

Claudio Castagnoli (One-time United States Champion, current six-time Tag Team Champion)

Rey Mysterio, Jr. (Current one-time World Champion, three-time Tag Team champion, eight-time Cruiserweight Champion)

Jon Moxley (One-time United States Champion, two-time Tag Team Champion, current one-time Hardcore Champion)

Robert Roode (One-time United States Champion, one-time Tag Team Champion)

James Storm

Chris Jericho (Two-time United States Champion, five-time Tag Team Champion, one-time Television Champion, one-time Hardcore Champion and four-time Cruiserweight Champion)

Windham Rotunda (One-time Tag Team Champion)

Chad Gable (One-time Tag Team Champion)

Shelton Benjamin (One-time United States Champion)

Cody Rhodes (One-time World Champion, current one-time United States Champion, Two-time Tag Team Champion)

Eric Young

Alexander Wolfe

Nick Aldis (Two-time World Champion)

Davey Boy Smith, Jr. (One-time Tag Team Champion)

Kofi Kingston (Three-time United States Champion, five-time Tag Team Champion)

Extreme Tiger

Samuray del Sol (Two-time United States Champion, one-time Cruiserweight Champion)

Incognito *

PJ Black (Three-time Tag Team Champion)

Fred Rosser (One-time Tag Team Champion)

Joe Hennig (Two-time Tag Team Champion)

Tim Storm (One-time World Champion, one-time Television Champion)

Johnny Mundo (One-time Tag Team Champion, current one-time Television Champion)

Taylor Rotunda (One-time Tag Team Champion)

Active Female Wrestlers

Charlotte Flair

Shayna Baszler

Kana

Ronda Rousey

Tessa Blanchard

Rachael Ellering

Kagetsu

Konami

Nicole Savoy

Momo Watanabe

Starlight Kid  

Commentary Team

Jim Cornette

Tony Schiavone

Renee Young

Backstage Staff

Ric Flair (Nine-time World Champion, six-time United States Champion, three-time Tag Team Champion, two-time Television Champion)

Bill Watts

Dustin Rhodes (Two-time United States Champion, five-time Tag Team Champion)

Kevin Sullivan (One-time Tag Team Champion)

Jeff Jarrett (Six-time World Champion, three-time United States Champion)

Sting (Two-time World Champion, two-time United States Champion, three-time Tag Team Champion, one-time Television Champion)

* Injured

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Card Details for WCW Saturday Night 19/01/2019

Main Event

Randy Orton & Cody Rhodes versus Rey Mysterio, Jr. & Chris Jericho

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Standard Singles Match for the WCW Television Championship

Tim Storm versus Windham Rotunda

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Charlotte Flair, Tessa Blanchard & Rachael Ellering versus Kana, Konami & Kagetsu versus Ronda Rousey, Shayna Baszler & Nicole Savoy

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Ladder Match for the WCW Hardcore Championship

Sheamus O'Shaunessy versus Jon Moxley versus Claudio Castagnoli versus Davey Boy Smith, Jr. versus Eric Young versus Extreme Tiger

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WCW Saturday Night 19/01/2019

The show begins with a clip package detailing the history of WCW and the NWA, with special attention paid to Chris Jericho, Rey Mysterio, Dusty Rhodes and Bob Orton. Jim Cornette runs down the card and delivers a passionate sermon on the glory days of professional wrestling and Tony Schiavone follows up with gushing comments on Randy Orton, Chris Jericho and Ronda Rousey (calling them "true superstars").

Ladder Match for the WCW Hardcore Championship

Sheamus and Claudio dominate the first few minutes of the contest, working as a team to beat down the competition. This works to all but eliminate Eric Young before Moxley evens things out with a chair shot to Sheamus. The commentary team plays up Smith's heritage and Extreme Tiger's underdog status. As the match drags on, Moxley and Smith form a partnership to keep Claudio and Sheamus in check but turn on each other soon after. The finish sees Smith and Tiger warring over the belt. Moxley tips the ladder over, sending Smith crashing to the matt. Tiger dangles above the ring, hanging from the belt, but receives a chair shot to his side and comes crashing down.

Jon Moxley wins the WCW Hardcore Championship in 24:39.

Women's Three-Way Trios Match

Flair, Rousey and Kana emerge as captains of their respective teams but dysfunction upsets each team in turn; Ellering, Savoy and Konami do not seem to fit. Flair's team is eliminated first, to the commentary team's shock, when Tessa Blanchard is pinned by Kana after a "blue mist assist" (per Cornette) from Kagetsu. Flair argues with the referee but to no avail. She attacks Kagetsu before officials lead her away. The finish comes not long after, with Konami submitting to Rousey's armbar.

Ronda Rousey, Shayna Baszler & Nicole Savoy defeat Kana, Konami & Kagetsu and Charlotte Flair, Tessa Blanchard & Nicole Savoy in 21:15.

Renee Young conducts a post-match interview with Jon Moxley who talks up the intangible edge he possesses as a wrestler and says he feels especially suited to the hardcore division.

WCW Television Championship Match

The commentary team continuously big up Rotunda (who is clean shaven and wearing traditional black wrestling trunks), with Cornette in particular gushing over his pedigree, but they're consistently stymied by Tim Storm's performance. Storm seems to overpower, outsmart and out-wrestle Rotunda at every turn. Rotunda resorts to stalling tactics at various points and experiments with abusing the rules at every opportunity, all to no avail. The finish comes once Rotunda decides to leave, threatening to throw away the match. Storm brawls with him up and down the ramp, managing to get him back in the ring just in time. Storm hits a swinging side slam for the win.

Tim Storm defeats Windham Rotunda to win the WCW Television Championship in 22:31.

A post-match interview with Charlotte Flair reveals that she is furious with the outcome of her match and is demanding the chance to face Kagetsu one on one. Cornette later reveals on commentary that such a match has been authorised for the coming Nitro.

Main Event

Cody Rhodes and Rey Mysterio wrestle most of this match on their own until Randy Orton becomes frustrated with his partner's lack of progress. A headlock slows the match to a crawl before Jericho manages to make the hot tag. Jericho initially prevails against Orton with a highlight reel of signature moves but it only nets him a one count and the tide is soon turned against him. Cody takes a cue from Orton and keeps Rey busy. Rey prevails in the short brawl on the outside but not in time to make the save and Jericho submits to an STF.

Randy Orton & Cody Rhodes defeat Rey Mysterio, Jr. & Chris Jericho in 27:56.

The show closes with on advertisement for 'Clash of the Champions XXXVI' on the twenty-seventh of January.

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WCW Monday Nitro 21/01/2019

The show opens with fireworks as Tony Schiavone welcomes everyone to the return of Monday Nitro. Clips from WCW Saturday Night are shown, which leads into Jim Cornette running down the card, with emphasis placed on the main event and the Flair/Kagetsu match.

Standard Tag Team Match

Sheamus O'Shaunessy & Claudio Castagnoli defeat Joe Hennig & Taylor Rotunda in 12:47. Sheamus and Claudio debut the tag team name 'The Suisse-Eire Connection' and batter their competition. Hennig puts up a much better fight than Rotunda (who is pinned after a straight jacket power bomb) but his team's share of the offence is limited.

Three Way Dance

Johnny Mundo defeats Shelton Benjamin and Fred Rosser in 14:58. Victory here grants Mundo a shot against Tim Storm on Sunday. Benjamin eliminates Rosser early but succumbs to a dirty pin. Cornette is very high on Benjamin through out the match and there is significant speculation as to whether he will enter the tag division.

A post-match interview with Suisse-Eire reveals that they are extremely confident in their ability to defeat the winner of the Kingston/Smith versus Young/Wolfe match and to take home the titles on Sunday.

Women's Match

Charlotte Flair defeats Kagetsu in 26:38. After a long slog, Flair eventually forces Kagetsu to submit to the figure four leg lock. Whilst Flair consistently overpowers Kagetsu, she struggles to keep her opponent contained for too long. Kana caused some drama halfway through the match, threatening to interfere, but she was ejected by Ronda Rousey, Shayna Baszler and Tessa Blanchard. The commentary focuses on how this match will play into Sunday's Clash, on which the company have promised to crown a women's champion and the women's tag champions.

Cruiserweight Exhibition

PJ Black defeats Samuray del Sol in 13:21. In a tightly contested match, PJ Black eventually manages to catch Samuray with a roll-up. The two shakes hands after the bout and the commentary team mention that the title's first champion will be crowned in a multi-man match.

A post-match interview with Charlotte Flair, flanked by the three women who ejected Kana from her match, she announces that she expects a title shot on Sunday. Blanchard has agreed to withdraw herself from consideration and Rousey & Baszler want to go after the tag titles. "Who else is left? I'll take them all on in one night, if I have to!"

Standard Tag Team Match

Kofi Kingston & Davey Boy Smith, Jr. defeat Eric Young & Alexander Wolfe in 23:41. The match becomes quite vicious very quickly, as Young and Wolfe consistently abuse the five second rule against Kingston. Smith is the hot tag and the equaliser but Young proves able to pull the match back after an eye poke, if only for a few minutes. Kingston pins Wolfe after a flying crossbody.

A ten second vignette plays afterwards, all fog and lightning, with the words written in silver: "Blood Runs Cold"

Main Event

Rey Mysterio, Jr. defeats Cody Rhodes in 16:07. Rhodes is frustrated throughout the match by Rey's speed advantage and his inability to keep the luchador in a hold for more than a few seconds. The commentary team mention that Rey will face Nick Aldis and either Randy Orton or Chris Jericho on Sunday for the NWA world title.

The show caps off with another advert for 'Clash of the Champions XXXVI: Race for the Gold', including graphics for confirmed match-ups.

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First Preview for Clash of the Champions XXXVI - 27/01/2019

Main Event for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship

Nick Aldis (C) versus Rey Mysterio, Jr. versus ????

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Standard Singles Match for the WCW Television Championship

Tim Storm (C) versus Johnny Mundo

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WCW Tag Team Championship Match

Robert Roode & Chad Gable (C) versus ????

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Elimination Match for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship

Samuray del Sol versus Extreme Tiger versus PJ Black versus Prince Devitt

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WCW Saturday Night - 26/01/2019

The show opens with clips from Nitro's main event and the promise that the victor of tonight's main event will join Rey Mysterio in challenging for Nick Aldis' NWA world championship title.

Standard Singles

James Storm defeats Eric Young in 11:32 to becoming the number one contender for Jon Moxley's hardcore title. Storm and Young are equally wily but the former demonstrates far greater resiliency and pins Young after a super kick. The commentary team uses this match as an opportunity to explain the rules for the hardcore title; if the match can be won by pin and/or submission, then it is automatically considered "falls count anywhere" on top of the usual 'no disqualification' stipulation.

Standard Singles

Charlotte Flair (with Tessa Blanchard) defeats Konami in 13:57 to proceed to a shot at the women's title tomorrow. This match is a fairly even contest but Flair maintains a slight edge throughout and does not struggle as much as she did with Kagetsu. With Blanchard in Flair's corner, there is considerable speculation amongst the commentators that she might interfere or that Konami's allies might make an appearance but neither comes to pass. In the end, Konami submits to the figure four leg lock. Jim Cornette leaves the commentary booth once this match ends.

An interview with Jon Moxley reveals that he is not taking his upcoming title defence very seriously. He jokes around and calls his opponent "washed up".

Standard Singles

Prince Devitt defeats Extreme Tiger in 26:09. This match starts out as a showcase but devolves into a frantic brawl towards the twenty minute mark, with both men seeming to take the contest far more seriously than either of the cruisers in Monday's match did. The commentators discuss whether or not this will play into the title match. Prince Devitt eventually picks up the decisive victory with a lung blower.

Cornette comes onto the entrance with ... Buddy Murphy. He hands the WCW cruiserweight title to him and announces to the crowd that the 'Ring of Honor' wrestler has invoked his right to defend the championship on Sunday. The exhausted Devitt and Tiger nevertheless nod their approval or acceptance at this turn of events.

Standard Singles

Kana defeats Rachael Ellering in 10:45 to proceed to a shot at the women's title tomorrow. Whereas Flair seemed to struggle with her opponent, Kana dominates her outing. She submits Ellering with her cross face chicken wing.

Standard Tag

Sheamus O'Shaunessy & Claudio Castagnoli defeat Kofi Kingston & Davey Boy Smith, Jr. in 27:28 to proceed to a match for the tag titles tomorrow. Smith and Kingston pull out all the stops in this slow and stiff contest but fall just short. Kofi is pinned after a super kick from Sheamus.

Robert Roode and Chad Gable come out onto the entrance ramp, with the gold around their waists. Roode speaks for the pair. "Congratulations boys, but if you think you just brute force your way past us, you've got another thing coming. See, my partner here is an Olympic athlete I'm the smartest man in this business. You may have the strength, but you have none of the grace. If you knew what was good for your reputation, you wouldn't show up tomorrow. Split up, see how you do in the hardcore division where all that matters is how hard you hit. Just a bit of friendly advice."

The champs walk off and their challengers appear to laugh of the words of 'advice'.

Main Event

Randy Orton defeats Chris Jericho in 13:17 to proceed to the world title match tomorrow. Whilst Jericho gets some offence in every now and then, this is very much Orton's match. He seemed to cut Jericho off at every turn, slowing him down with head locks and chop blocks whenever possible. After a lionsault finds nothing but canvas, Orton locks in an STF and forces him to tap.

The show ends with a full rundown of the card for Sunday's 'Clash of the Champions'.

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Second Preview for Clash of the Champions XXXVI: Race for the Gold - 27/01/2019

Main Event for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship

Nick Aldis (C) versus Rey Mysterio, Jr. versus Randy Orton

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Standard Singles Match for the NWA Women's World Championship

Charlotte Flair versus Kana

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Standard Singles Match for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship

Cody Rhodes versus Chris Jericho

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Standard Tag Team Match for the NWA Women's World Tag Team Championships

Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler versus ???

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Standard Tag Team Match for the WCW Tag Team Championships

Robert Roode & Chad Gable (C) versus Sheamus O'Shaunessy & Claudio Castagnoli

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Standard Singles Match for the WCW Television Championship

Tim Storm (C) versus Johnny Mundo

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Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WCW Hardcore Championship

Jon Moxley (C) versus James Storm

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Elimination Match for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship

Samuray del Sol versus Extreme Tiger versus PJ Black versus Prince Devitt versus Buddy Murphy (C)

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Clash of the Champions XXXVI: Race for the Gold - 27/01/2019

The opens with Samuray del Sol, Extreme Tiger, PJ Black and Prince Devitt already in the ring as the commentary team welcome us to the show.

Elimination Match for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship

Prince Devitt defeats Samuray del Sol, Extreme Tiger, PJ Black and Buddy Murphy in 27:51 to win the cruiserweight title. Extreme Tiger is the first elimination, suffering a flash pinfall from PJ Black, followed by Buddy Murphy (pinned by Devitt). Black pins Samuray but is outclassed by Devitt in the last five minute stretch of the match, being pinned after a 'coup de grace'.

Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WCW Hardcore Championship

Jon Moxley defeats James Storm in 11:25 to retain the hardcore title. Moxley brings a baseball bat to the ring with him and immediately leaves the ring when the bell is called. Storm follows his lead and starts looking for a weapon in the timekeeper's area but gets blindsided for his trouble and beaten on. Storm eventually manages to trip Moxley and put some distance between them. It becomes apparent that the initial attack has injured his knee, however, and he is never able to capitalise on the few hits he gets in. Moxley eventually hits a DDT onto a steel chair and pins Storm on the entrance ramp. 

Standard Singles Match for the WCW Television Championship

Tim Storm wins by disqualification against Johnny Mundo in 14:08. This match plays out as a typical speed versus strength contest, with Mundo seeming to possess the slight edge, until the final minute. Taylor Rotunda walks down to the ring, with a vacant expression and a blue substance running from his mouth down his chest. He gets up onto the ring apron and sprays blue mist into the champion's face. Mundo is outraged by this turn of events and takes his frustration out on Rotunda, who offers no resistance.

Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler's opponents for the women's tag titles are announced as Nicole Savoy and Momo Watanabe.

Standard Tag Team Match for the WCW Tag Team Championships

Sheamus O'Shaunessy & Claudio Castagnoli defeat Robert Roode & Chad Gable to win the tag team titles in 23:49. Whilst Gable puts up a tremendous fight, Roode is the obvious weak link in their unit and proves incapable of containing either of his opponents for long even when Gable has worn them down. Castagnoli pins Roode after a power bomb.

Standard Tag Team Match for the NWA Women's World Tag Team Championships

Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler defeat Nicole Savoy & Momo Watanabe in 12:56 to win the women's tag titles. Savoy and Watanabe get in more offence than the commentary team initially expect them to but the contest remains noticeably one-sided. In the end, Rousey tags in to deliver an arm bar to Watanabe for the submission victory.

Standard Singles Match for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship

Cody Rhodes defeats Chris Jericho to win the US title in 17:14. Whilst not as one-sided as the previous contest, Rhodes does dominate the bulk of the match. Jericho is often visibly and audibly frustrated by his lack of progress but this never manifests in a turn-around. Jericho is pinned by Rhodes after a moonsault.

Standard Singles Match for the NWA Women's World Championship

Charlotte Flair (with Tessa Blanchard) defeats Kana in 26:23 to win the women's title. Though it has intermittent stretches of back-and-forth stiff fighting, the story of the match quickly becomes Blanchard's interference. On three separate occasions, Tessa saves Flair from sequences that should close the match, either by distracting Kana or the referee. Blanchard plays no part in the finishing stretch, however, which sees Kana submit to the figure four leg lock.

Main Event for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship

Rey Mysterio, Jr. defeats Nick Aldis and Randy Orton in 27:50 to win the world title. All three men last until the twenty four minute mark, when Orton rolls Aldis up for a kickout just after three. Aldis argues the toss with the referee, letting Rey get the jump on a distracted Orton. After a few minutes of frantic hold-trading, Rey knocks Orton silly with a springboard dropkick for the three count (which, as with Aldis, is just barely secured).

Jeff Jarrett presents the title to Rey before taking a spine buster from the enraged Orton. The shows goes off air with Rey celebrating and Orton being a escorted away by a mob of officials.

 

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WCW Monday Nitro - 28/01/2019

The show opens with a recap of the events of the clash from the night before. A clip plays of a backstage confrontation between Randy Orton and Jim Cornette, during which the former demanded a title match. Cornette announces that, instead, today's main event will be a two out of three falls match between Orton and Aldis to determine the number one contender to the world title.

Standard Singles Match

Eric Young (with Alexander Wolfedefeats Shelton Benjamin in 26:57. In a hard fought bout, Young's reliance on dirty tactics eventually landed him the win (which comes with a dirty pin). Post-match, Wolfe and Young couldn't resist the opportunity to deliver a beat down to Benjamin until Chad Gable ran in for the save with a steel chair.

Standard Singles Match

Joe Hennig defeats Chris Jericho in 12:24. A throwaway match but for the fact that Jericho was one of the competitors. Hennig, who was extremely enthused by his victory (a roll-up), offered the veteran his hand after all was said and done but received only an earful. Jericho went to the back muttering under his breath.

Standard Tag Team Match

PJ Black & Fred Rosser defeat Samuray del Sol & Extreme Tiger in 14:42. The first ten minutes of this match are even but Rosser and Black seem to get on the same page and kick things into high gear for the final stretch, securing the victory with a 450 splash from Black onto Tiger.

Cornette announces that Saturday's main event will see the former tag champions take on Davey Boy Smith, Jr. and Kofi Kingston.

Standard Singles Match

Konami defeats Nicole Savoy in 17:51. Throughout the match a narrative develops around Konami's increasing reliance on short-cuts and bad tactics. This does not play into the finish, however, which comes when Konami rolls through a crossbody from Savoy to get a narrow three count.

Standard Tag Team Match

Tim Storm & Johnny Mundo defeat Windham Rotunda & Taylor Rotunda in 6:13. The commentary team informs us that this match was set up at the request of both Mundo and Storm, who each had a grievance with Taylor. Windham Rotunda fails to show up for his brother, however. The match is turned into an impromptu handicap match by the bewildered officials and the younger Rotunda is beaten handily after a simple power slam from Storm.

Main Event

Randy Orton defeats Nick Aldis in 34:19. The first fall comes in the twenty first minute when Aldis catches Orton with a sunset flip. Orton turns things around with an STF submission win in the twenty eighth minute. The actions becomes extremely frantic in the last few minutes but ultimately ends with a superplex from Orton.

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WCW Saturday Night - 02/02/2019

Standard Singles Match

Johnny Mundo defeats Tim Storm in 15:44 to win the television title. This match plays out similarly to their encounter at the previous Clash. There are several times when Storm attempts to slow the pace of the match down but he fails to keep control of his opponent. Mundo takes it home with a roll-up.

A clip plays, with the familiar words: "Blood Runs Cold"

Standard Singles Match

Kagetsu defeats Nicole Savoy in 17:35. The action here is even and intense but fall to the outside appears to unsettle Savoy and allows Kagestu to secure a pin fall after a German suplex.

Main Event

Davey Boy Smith, Jr. & Kofi Kingston defeat Robert Roode & Chad Gable in 23:11. Roode simply cannot keep up with the others and consistently lets his partner down. The victory is sealed by Smith with a power bomb.

 

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I'm enjoying the actual booking, but still think you're way overdoing the match lengths. If you cut the times of basically every match by 20%, it'd be much more realistic show, with time for more angles and storylines. 

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WCW Monday Nitro - 04/02/2019

Standard Singles Match

Ronda Rousey defeats Nicole Savoy in 13:04.

Standard Singles Match

Joe Hennig defeats Eric Young in 12:32.

Standard Singles Match

Chris Jericho wins by count out against Windham Rotunda in thirty seconds. Rotunda fails to appear and Jericho laps up his first victory in the company.

Standard Singles Match

Davey Boy Smith, Jr. defeats Sheamus O'Shaunessy in 17:17.

Standard Singles Match

Cody Rhodes defeats Robert Roode in 11:58 to retain the US title.

Standard Singles Match

PJ Black defeats Fred Rosser in 8:43.

Main Event - 30 Minute Iron Man Match

Randy Orton defeats Nick Aldis with a final score of two wins to zero.

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WCW Saturday Night - 09/02/2019

Standard Singles Match

Shayna Baszler defeats Momo Watanabe in 14:39.

Standard Singles Match

Joe Hennig defeats James Storm in 7:50.

Standard Singles Match

Johnny Mundo defeats Tim Storm in 12:59 to retain the television title.

Main Event

Claudio Castagnoli defeats Kofi Kingston in 18:07.

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WCW Monday Nitro - 11/02/2019

Standard Tag Match

Davey Boy Smith, Jr. & Kofi Kingston defeat Joe Hennig & Taylor Rotunda in 9:12.

Standard Singles Match

Kana defeats Tessa Blanchard in 27:33.

Standard Tag Match

Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin defeat Robert Roode & James Storm in 18:46.

Falls Count Anywhere Match

Jon Moxley versus Windham Rotunda ends in a no contest. Moxley searches the arena for Rotunda, occasionally brawling with other wrestlers (Taylor Rotunda, Eric Young and Prince Devitt most notably) but, after twenty minutes the match is called off by Jim Cornette.

Main Event

Rey Mysterio, Jr. defeats Tim Storm in 13:07 to retain the world title.

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