If you noticed the huge-breasted Asian woman in the audience at Thunder - that's Minka, Porn Star and the same woman who 'pinned' Kevin Nash a few months ago.
FYI, the Demon character is set to be squashed. WCW has a contract with KISS, stating that the Demon has to make a certain number of appearances. WCW is going to job the character out until the number of appearances has been met, then it is good-bye Demon.
So, The Golden Rule: "if it doesn't happen on TV it didn't happen" was broken by Kevin Nash but kept by the Nitro announce team.
On Monday Night, Heenan and Tony did not mention Sid being counted out. Obviously, it did not happen on TV so, it did not happen.
But, how could Sid be stripped of the belt by Nash? These darn nWo guys are so mean that they broke the #1 rule of WCW! Gosh, I hate them.
I didn't see Thunder this week, so I don't have the entire context, but I thought you should know that basic blackjack strategy dictates that you hit a hard 18 when the dealer's up card is a 9, 10, or Ace. The theory is that the average winning hand in blackjack is 18.5, and if you presume that the dealer's hole card is a ten, they're there already. It takes every ounce of testicular fortitude you've got to hit a hard 18 in a casino with real money on the line, but over time, the math dictates that it's the right thing to do. This information, of course, is for entertainment purposes only.
Thanks for making WCW bearable. There was a long time there when WCW was painful to watch and the only way I knew what was going on was you guys. I don't envy your jobs, having to watch all that crap all every week. WCW is starting to get watchable at times again but there is still a lot of moments that are embarrassing to watch.
I was looking at the win-loss records for 1999 and I noticed one that can't possibly be correct. The "All Great and Powerful (and totally unwatchable)" Sid Vicious is listed with only 19 wins. Now I know for a fact that he had a 100+ match winning streak. Charles Robinson's signs said so. I think you guys better correct that, cause I know the WCW can't possibly be making things up. Next thing you're going to tell me is that Lenny Lane held the cruiserweight title for a time or even worse that Chris Benoit held the world title. Thanks again for the great site.