As “Nitro Week” continues on the WWE Network, we get a Top 10 special on the show itself, a look back at Eric Bischoff’s most controversial moments (told by the man himself), a Divalicious “Table For 3”, and finally that’s all topped off with our weekly dose of NXT.
Meanwhile, ECW Hardcore TV continues to roll into the archive! Let’s take a closer look…
DDP hosts this very special countdown, as we take a trip down memory lane and relive the Top 10 moments in the history of WCW Monday Nitro!
The title and synopsis really say it all. This was obviously recorded at the same time as the latest WCW Nitro Vol. 3 DVD, and though it obviously can’t compare to that, it’s still a solid introductory piece for younger viewers. Yes, Hogan is mentioned and featured numerous times.
Former Women’s Champions and Diva Legends Alundra Blayze, Ivory and Molly Holly gather for the first time ever for a very special dinner!
This was a solid, if content-light episode of the conversational series. The true highlight is finally getting to hear Blayze’s side of the infamous belt-trashing incident.
Eric Bischoff counts down the Top Ten Most Controversial moments of his career.
Despite getting two top 10 specials in as many days, this sets itself apart from the previous Nitro special by getting more insight on each moment from the man himself. This looks to be another case of extra footage being recorded during a DVD shoot (Monday Night War Vol. 2).
Witness the arrival of International Superstar Asuka as she signs her contract to join NXT!
The following matches and segments took place on this show:
– Eva Marie vs. Carmella
– Bull Dempsey vs. Tyler Breeze
– Asuka’s Contract Signing
– NXT Tag Team Championship: Blake & Murphy vs. The Vaudevillains(c)
The flood of ECW Hardcore TV continues with the following episodes now added:
- ECW Hardcore TV #189 – 12/03/1996
- ECW Hardcore TV #192 – 12/23/1996
- ECW Hardcore TV #193 – 12/31/1996
- ECW Hardcore TV #204 – 03/17/1997
- ECW Hardcore TV #210 – 04/29/1997
With the ones mentioned last time, that comes to 16 new episodes within 72 hours!
Those of you who regularly visit our WWE Network Updates page will know that a handful more were also added last week. This still only brings our total to 20 episodes. If this is the promised 50 hours of added ECW content, we should still have about 30 more to come.
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Can you bring back fantasy concept please?
I can’t work out if you really like Fantasy Concept or if you really don’t like the rest of the articles here at WDN… 😉
I’m sure Mark will be fantasizing again soon.