Letters From Center Stage #14

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: Harley Race’s Managerial Career / The Life & Times of Lee Marshall
2. 1-800-COLLECT Road Report: Monday Nitro 7/24/00
3. The Long Topic: Ranking the Years – Part One

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2 thoughts on “Letters From Center Stage #14

  1. Thanks for tackling my topic!

    I was pleasantly surprised at the 1993 appreciation. It’s so easy to trash it on the surface but even Worldwide(up until the Disney tapings) was still important and had fun matches like Rude/Dustin for the US title and Vader/Steamboat for the World title. I think they called those title matches the Computer Challenge series.

    Also, watch Flair vs Sting for the NWA title from an August 1993 Saturday Night if you’ve never seen it.

    So far I’ve got a pretty similar ranking as you guys outside Allan’s 1994 hate:
    1989 – A+ (if the round robin is the worst thing from that year, no other year can touch that)
    1992 – A
    1994 – B+
    1990 – B
    1993 – C+
    1991 – C+
    1995 – D+ (The undercard saves this year from being any worse – Pillman, Badd, Benoit, Malenko, Guerrero, etc but you’re right about it being the inverse of 1994.)

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