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NWA/WCW

 

1988

 

NWA The Great American Bash '88 (Live PPV) (2 Discs)

 

1989

 

NWA Chi-Town Rumble (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

NWA WrestleWar '89: Music City Showdown (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

NWA The Great American Bash '89 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

 

1990

 

NWA WrestleWar '90: Wild Thing (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Capital Combat (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW The Great American Bash '90 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Halloween Havoc '90 (Live PPV) (1 Disc)

WCW Starrcade '90 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

 

1991

 

WCW WrestleWar '91: WarGames (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW SuperBrawl I (Turner Home Video) (2 Discs)

WCW The Great American Bash '91 (Turner Home Video) (or1 Disc)

WCW Starrcade '91 (Turner Home Video) (2 Discs)

 

1992

 

WCW SuperBrawl II (Live PPV) (2 Discs)

WCW WrestleWar '92: WarGames (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Beach Blast '92 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW The Great American Bash '92 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Halloween Havoc '92 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Starrcade '92 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

 

1993

 

WCW SuperBrawl III (Turner Home Video) (2 Discs)

WCW Slamboree '93: A Legends' Reunion (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Beach Blast '93 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Fall Brawl '93: War Games (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Halloween Havoc '93 (Turner Home Video) (2 Discs)

WCW Battlebowl (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Starrcade '93: 10th Anniversary (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

 

1994

 

WCW Slamboree '94: A Legends' Reunion (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Fall Brawl '94: War Games (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Halloween Havoc '94 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Starrcade '94: Triple Threat (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

 

1995

 

WCW SuperBrawl V (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Slamboree '95 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW The Great Amercian Bash '95 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Bash at the Beach '95 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Halloween Havoc '95 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW World War 3 '95 (Turner Home Video) (1 Disc)

WCW Starrcade '95: World Cup of Wrestling (Turner Home Video) (2 Discs)

fall brawl 1995

starcade 1986

starcade 1987

halloween havoc 1989

halloween havoc 1991

what events out of these are must watches ?

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I'm not just saying this because I was a WCW mark but you can't go wrong with most of the late 80s to early 90s stuff. Depending on how much you want to spend I'd recommend:

 

NWA The Great American Bash '89 (Turner Home Video)

 

NWA WrestleWar '90: Wild Thing

WCW Capital Combat (Turner Home Video)

WCW The Great American Bash '90 (Turner Home Video)

WCW Halloween Havoc '90 (Live PPV)

WCW Starrcade '90 (Turner Home Video)

 

WCW WrestleWar '91: WarGames (Turner Home Video)

WCW SuperBrawl I (Turner Home Video)

 

WCW SuperBrawl II (Live PPV)

WCW WrestleWar '92: WarGames (Turner Home Video)

WCW Beach Blast '92 (Turner Home Video)

WCW The Great American Bash '92 (Turner Home Video)

WCW Starrcade '92 (Turner Home Video)

 

WCW SuperBrawl III (Turner Home Video)

WCW Halloween Havoc '93 (Turner Home Video)

 

WCW Slamboree '94: A Legends' Reunion (Turner Home Video)

 

WCW Starrcade '95: World Cup of Wrestling (Turner Home Video)

 

To narrow it down a bit (with no spoilers) I'd say that of those GAB '89 is often considered the best PPV ever; while SB I-III and the '91 and '92 are often named in best "PPV of the Nineties" threads. The 1990 ones are just pure fun. featuring a real mismatch of talent Ole Anderson had brought back from the Georgia Championship Wrestling days and the young guys who had been signed to big contracts by Herd where at the very least you were pretty much guaranteed two to three top tag matches and a Flair singles match (which were never below average) at that point.

 

The period after he left in 1991 wasn't a great time for TV (although it picked up again in late '91 leading to the glory period of The Dangerous Alliance) but after even then most of the PPVs had something good on them and they were more consistent than WWF right up to around the time Hogan showed up. Things picked up again around July to August 1995 right before the Nitro launch and stayed that way right up until Spring Stampede 1999.

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hey could you please inbox where you bought them from? :thumbsup:

pm sent m8

 

Having recently realised my WCW VHS collection is pretty much shot through overplaying and desperately wishing I had them on DVD, any chance you could send me this info too? Would be much appreciated! Heck, why not tell everyone? Surely I'm not the only one who wants to know!

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hey could you please inbox where you bought them from? :thumbsup:

pm sent m8

 

Having recently realised my WCW VHS collection is pretty much shot through overplaying and desperately wishing I had them on DVD, any chance you could send me this info too? Would be much appreciated! Heck, why not tell everyone? Surely I'm not the only one who wants to know!

Yeah, go on! Post the details on a public forum of the individual who sold you a bunch of NWA and WCW PPVs so that all and sundry can see, including any Silvervision employees. Really not a good idea, and the trader who sold you the discs would not appreciate their information being put out in the public domain.

 

If people want WCW shows put an ad in Classifieds or at the PAL Trading Board, and let traders respond to the posts.

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Just watched all 92,93,94 and 1995 WCW PPVS. Got to disagree with what most are saying I though on the whole they where awful especially 1994. The main event of Starrcade was Hogan V Beefcake which sums it up.

 

If it was the Zodiac then maybe I would rate it better.

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I reckon Adam works for Silvervision and has been sent here as a spy to report back these nefarious goings on to his boss.

 

South, you are the UKFF's version of Zodiac. Or if you prefer, Booty Man.

 

Damn. Rumbled.

 

Yes, the truth is out. I work for Silvervision. For the past 10 years or so I've been visiting these boards, randomly checking threads with titles like 'WCW- Reccomendations' and others, deliberately trying to catch out unsuspecting forumites and shut them down if they trade illegally or have information relating to illegal traders.

 

And no, I'm not the UKFF's version of Zodiac. I AM Zodiac. Except I prefer being called Booty Man. Or, even better, The Disciple.

 

Seriously, though? To the guy that painted me as a complete dick for having the audacity to publically request info on where I can get hold of these shows? Get a life!

 

Gosh, I'm REALLY sorry I let my enthusiasm for getting hold of shows from the promotion that got me into wrestling, many that I've not seen before, get the better of me! Sorry that I didn't think for a couple of seconds about legalities and that people may get into trouble for giving me info, ESPECIALLY as I've not had any dealings with traders in about ten years.. And TERRIBLY sorry that, as someone who's more of a lurker than a poster and only has the main forum bookmarked on their mobile, I forgot there was a classified ads section.

 

God, you're right, I am SUCH a dick.

 

More seriously? I honestly didn't think before posting that last one for the reasons listed above. Never my intention to get anyone into trouble. Just desperate to get hold of this stuff!

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