• Network: TNT
  • Series Premiere Date: Sep 4, 1995
  • Season #: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7
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  1. Aug 10, 2012
    Since the WWE has some boring competition this year with the irritated PG-rating, I will never forget when WCW beat the living crap out of Monday Night RAW in the ratings. September was the month in 1995 when the PlayStation, Sailor Moon, and Turner Broadcasting revolutionized the 90's. WCW Monday Nitro, the first Pilot episode. Before TNA went on to became the next WCW, WCW has a lot of great wrestlers and announcers including the late Eddie Guerrrero, Chris Jericho, Rick Rude, Tony Schiavone, the "living legend" Larry Zbyszko, Bobby "the Brain/Weasel" Heenan, and the man behind WCW and led the NWO to stardom, Eric Bischoff. I remember on September 4, 1995 when Lex Luger entered into the arena at the Mall of America center in Minnesota and everyone was shocked because his contract with the WWF expired. So, he came back to WCW and wanted to make a statement by going into the audience and watch the whole entire show. That was one of the greatest moments and I'd wish WCW should be brought back and leave WWE, that should be a great idea. Because no one wants to see new WWE shows like the "Main Event" rip-off from WCW and those new Pay-per-views that tries and fails at the same month. No one watched RAW anymore, so they tuned to Impact Wrestling and finally gets to see Sting and Hogan together. WCW may be dead, for now, but I want it to be reborn and not with the WWE. I mean, go back to te Turner family and continue what they started, the year the Invasion took place. Expand

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