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Billy Kidman vs Sting (WCW Monday Night Nitro 05/29/00)

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#1 soup23

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 01:51 PM

We learn that Goldberg returned tonight. Match lasts about two minutes until TOrrie distracts the ref allowing Vampiro to come in with the blow torch. Kidman is able to get the pinfall. Sting at least looked slightly motivated by doing the running clothesline from the ramp. Hogan comes out to make the save in his Red and Yellow attire. What happened to FUNB? They burn the red and yellow of Hogan in a trash can. Big f'n deal. Kronik clears the ring to not much of a pop at all. 1/2* 

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Posted 15 August 2017 - 04:53 AM

Collar and elbow tie up, Sting backs Kidman up and gives him a boot to the mid-section.  Whip to the corner which he takes chest first, but as Sting goes for the belly to back, Kidman flips all the way over and a quick fire bulldog off the turnbuckles.  Sting reverses an Irish whip, Kidman counters the hiptoss, but Sting counters again, hiptossing Kidman out of the ring and onto the rampway.  He hurls him back inside, then sprints and jumps over the top rope back in himself with a lariat.  DDT by Kidman only to miss a splash off the top.  ‘Stinger splash’, Scorpion deathlock, but Torrie is up on the apron and distracting the official.  Vampiro nails Sting from behind with the blow torch and Kidman makes the cover for the win.  They both put the boots to the Stinger until Hulk Hogan, in the red and yellow, makes the save.  The two of them pinball for him, and now Eric Bischoff is out and clocks Hogan in the back with a chair.  Of course he no sells it and picks the chair up himself, however Ernest Miller had snuck in the ring and kicks it into Hulks’s own face.  Horace Hogan makes it 5 on 2 and the New Blood tear off Hulk’s shirt and burn it in a garbage can.  Kronik eventually even things up and the New Blood high tail it out of there.


Kidman continues to go all out, and fly and bump like a madman, but there’s very little to this before the customary outside interference.  Again, just like the Horace match, it doesn’t make him look strong going into the PPV.  Kronik seemed a bit confused about what to do on their run-in with the way they attacked Horace.

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