Letters From Center Stage #12

In this episode of Letters From Center Stage, JT & Allan head into their offices in Atlanta, GA to dive deep into the outer rim of the nostalgia mothership that was WCW:

1. The Plunder Bucket: WCW’s Creative Sets / The Story of Doug Dillinger
2. 1-800-COLLECT Road Report: Bash at the Beach 1996
3. The Long Topic: Ranking the NWO Members

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3 thoughts on “Letters From Center Stage #12

  1. Great show as always guys. Tony Schiavone’s most recent podcast is also about BatB 96 so this makes a good 1-2.

    I have an idea for a long topic. Ranking things is always fun so how about a ranking of each year from 89-01 based on quality of matches, angles, TV shows, Supercards, etc?

    Thanks!

  2. The original nitro set was pretty cool. The saturday night set with the fog entrances and rotating red light with the yellow/black tape look was okay. I had forgotten about the original thunder set, so there is that. Nobody cares for the early 90s WCW at an angle and somewhat trimmed off with tje slinky streamers at the entry point with the purple colors and the dancing spot lights…anyone? (This was was before bischoff took over

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