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In the first of three volumes for this most tumultuous of months, Erick Landstrom is joined by fellow former keepers of the WCW flame on this podcast - Bob Bamber and Rory McNamara - as they then watch it be extinguished for the final time.
They plot the course from the start of the month all the way until the still-shocking news of the company's demise being made official.
The final PPV - which could only ever be called 'Greed' - is reviewed by the team, as they also use some of its more positive moments to plot a course as to where the company could have gone.
Vince McMahon and his pocket change are also discussed at great length, including whether the encouraging noises about full-scale WCW programming under the WWF banner are really just extended death throes..
The boys then sum up the last seven and a half years of covering WCW on this podcast channel..and wonder aloud what- if anything can be learned from it.
Thanks for the memories WCW. No, really. Thank YOU.
In the second of three volumes for this most tumultuous of months, Chris White is joined by Rory McNamara to dedicate just a little bit of time to the small matter of the build to probably the biggest Wrestlemania of all time!
Speaking of all time, they get a contender for Worst Segment Of Forever And Ever out of the way first before looking at how the WWF have prepared us for what we have in store in Houston in just a few short days.
They look at Shane McMahon being all noble and that, the Undertaker being all ignoble and that,a contender for BEST Segment of Forever And Ever and then finish up by predicting the whole card!
In the third of three volumes for this most tumultuous of months, Rory McNamara helms a show in which we look at the 288th and final edition of WCW Monday Nitro - which just so happened to have a serious chunk of it simulcast with WWF Monday Night Raw. (In the highly unlikely event of you not knowing why this was able to happen, check out Volume 1 for this month...which you should have done anyway...) Old-school WCW fan Chris Lacey is also here to help pick over the bones.
Erick Landstrom guides you through all the happenings on the Nitro side such as a defiant Ric Flair letting rip, Booker T becoming the final WCW World Heavyweight Champion and Flair n' The Stinger hooking it up one more time.
Chris White has you covered for the go-home show for Wrestlemania X-Seven. The return of Mick Foley, Angle getting something to do and more huge developments re the main event are all here.
And then from there...we have the simulcast portion itself...and we can safely call that eventful!