What were the WCW pay per views?
Before WCW’s WWF buyout, their next PPV was to be called The Big Bang, instead of the previously used Spring Stampede. It was scheduled to take place on May 6, 2001….Events by month.
|Slamboree (1993 – 2000)|
|June||Beach Blast (1992)|
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What was WCW last pay-per-view?
Greed was the final professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by World Championship Wrestling (WCW). It took place on March 18, 2001 from the Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum in Jacksonville, Florida. Greed replaced the promotion’s March PPV event Uncensored which was held from 1995 to 2000.
What was the first WCW event?
Lex Luger (Starrcade 1988: True Grit) While still under the JCP banner, the first-ever WCW PPV was Starrcade: True Grit. It was once again time for Ric Flair to do what he did best – take a young talent and make them 100 percent believable.
What was WCW’s WrestleMania?
Starrcade was regarded by the NWA and WCW as their flagship event of the year, much in the same vein that its rival, the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), regarded WrestleMania.
When did PPV start in the WWE?
Beginning in 1987, the events would air live on pay-per-view television. In November 1988, JCP sold its assets to the Turner Broadcasting System, which rebranded the company as World Championship Wrestling; they would later leave the NWA in 1991. In 1998 and early 1999, PPV events were promoted using the dual WCW/ nWo brands.
Who owns the WCW PPV brand?
In 1998 and early 1999, PPV events were promoted using the dual WCW/ nWo brands. In 2001, the World Wrestling Federation (now known as WWE) purchased the assets of WCW, including the video libraries of all previous NWA and WCW pay-per-views, and the ownership rights of the names of these events.
Is the list of results for every WCW show divided by year?
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Will WWE ever promote a pay-per-view event?
To date WWE has only promoted one pay-per-view event using the name of a former WCW PPV, The Great American Bash, from 2004 until 2009. In 2012, it was rebooted as a live SmackDown special and in 2020, it was used as a two-week show as part of the NXT brand followed in 2021 by a special episode on one night.