Delirious69's Card Feb 16, 2012 5:57:08 GMT -5
Post by del69 on Feb 16, 2012 5:57:08 GMT -5
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Battle of the Luchadores
In the opening bout of the evening, two of the most successful and recognizable luchadores in US history go to war. Before they become WWE world champions, Eddie Guerrero (1994) and Rey Mysterio Jr. (1999) face off in this exciting opener.
Arguably two of the greatest tag team brawlers in wrestling history. Both teams work a very stiff wrestling style making this a personal dream match of mine. The Nasty Boys (1994) and The Public Enemy (1994) clash in this hard hitting brawl where hardcore rules.
Texas Bullrope Match
The brawling continues into the third contest of the night when two very recognizable brawlers compete in this wild gimmick match. Dusty Rhodes (1990) and Terry Funk (1994) won't leave this match looking the same again.
Nightmare in the Dungeon
Owen Hart (1994) and Ken Shamrock (1998) are no strangers to one another. Competing in a Lion's Den Match, and even in the infamous Hart Dungeon, these two have brought each other to the limit. However, a new twist in this rivalry can potentially be a nightmare for both competitors. In order to win this bout, you must get a three count and force a tap out. The first competitor to do so wins this historic collision.
Perhaps one of the most overlooked fantasy matchups ever pits King Kong Bundy (1994) against his massive look alike Butterbean (1997). Both of these gigantic men have similar styles in the ring making this match all the more intriguing.
Two of the most attractive women in the business square off in this not-so-traditional contest. Ivory (1999) and Miss Kitty (1999) are both former champions and have much to prove to one another. Fortunately for us, they will do so within the confinements of a giant bowl of gravy. Jerry "The King" Lawler serves as the special referee like only he can.
'Till Death Do Us Part
This match is far more than what it appears. Two of the greatest technical wrestlers of all time face off in this amazing dream match for the ages, but the story within is what is truly engaging. Bob Backlund (1994) was known around this time for his multiple personality changes. He would show intense rage and vicious offense before becoming horrified with his actions moments later. Strangely enough, his weapon of choice was the infamous crossface. Chris Benoit (1994) would later adapt this finisher and ultimately go on to legitimately have personality changes making this kayfabe character of Backlund's a horrid nightmare. The eerie story aside, these two athletes should put on one hell of a show.
Streak vs. Streak
Two of the biggest stars in wrestling history face off for the first time ever. Goldberg (1998) was the man in WCW, while Undertaker (1997) was the man on the rise. With his Wrestlemania streak becoming an important part of his career, Goldberg would have a streak of his own that led WCW to the top. In the legendary encounter, who will emerge from the shadows and claim their dominance over the wrestling world once and for all?