You mentioned during the Todd Griffith vs. Bobby Blaze match about wondering where the jobbers will go now that Worldwide is changing formats. I'm sure they'll cut some, but they still have the Sat. Night show, "the show that set the standard for over twenty-five years!"
Hmm, WCWSN has seen a nice-sized downturn over the last few months. So, some will find a home there...and on those fantastic taped Thunders. :)
First as a Mets fan, I hope the Cubs lose to Atlanta. second of all, some more memorable Worldwide memories that I can recall. From the old show that was on CBS at 12 am on Saturdays here in New york. Do you recall The Marquis of Queensbury best of seven series Ric Flair and Steve Regal had? It was interesting cause Flair was World champ and Regal was TV champ at the time. It was a strange sequence of matches but Flair eventually won, but I don't think I ever saw anything like it again, the rules were a little different than usual, it was decided by points. Anyway, I also remember seeing Ernest Miller a few months before he showed up in help of Glacier, against Disco Inferno, and this was a few months after Disco had been fired for not jobbing to Jacquelyn...hmm.... I also recall Hulk Hogan's two matches on Worldwide. One was a singles win over Paul Orndorff, and the other was a six man tag with Savage and Sting vs Sullivan, Shark and Ed Leslie in one of his numerous gimmicks. I think Hogan pinned Leslie there but I am not sure. I also recall the last title change on that show. It came after The Great American Bash where The Nasty Boys won a tag title defense over the Blue Bloods, and the Blue Bloods interfered in the match and Harlem Heat won the tag titles, it was a big upset for a title change to happen on Worldwide.
Ha ha, we got to go the playoffs and the Mets watched on TV! I don't remember the Regal/Flair stuff, but I do remember seeing Miller before his official debut. You mentioned the Faces of Fears there (Sullivan, Tenta and the Butcher Leslie) reminded off seeing Sullivan turn on Leslie and leave him lying in a post-loss interview. The Nasty Boys/Harlem Heat match rocked.