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After Pulling Undertaker & Kurt Angle, WWE Screws Starrcast II Again

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• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (May 11, 1991) – WCW World Championship Wrestling

On this day in 1991, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘World Championship Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped from the Center Stage Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW SuperBrawl I’ PPV.

The card of the show can be found here:

– Brian Pillman & El Gigante vs. Arn Anderson & Terry Taylor

– The Steiner Brothers vs. Cosy Wayne & Randy Starr

– Lex Luger vs. Bob Cook

– Suprebrawl 91 control center with Gordon Solie

– Danger Zone: Paul E interviews The Steiner Brothers

– One Man Gang vs. Kenny Kendall

– Missy’s Manor: with Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

– Ric Flair vs. Kip Abee

– P.N. News vs. Doug Gilbert

• After Pulling Undertaker & Kurt Angle, WWE Screws Starrcast II Again

As we all know by now, WWE pulled The Undertaker and Kurt Angle from appearing at Starrcast II during AEW Double Or Nothing weekend later this month.

In place of Taker and Angle, WWE agreed to allow the airing of the infamous match between Bret Hart & Tom Magee at Starrcast II. Starrcast II then also announced a Q&A session with Bret Hart & Tom Magee.

WWE has screwed Starrcast II once again as WWE will now be showing this match on the WWE Network this coming Monday after RAW.

Below is what WWE posted:

WWE Network to stream documentary on the infamous lost match between Bret Hart and Tom Magee

“One of the greatest mysteries in sports-entertainment history has been found and you’ll be able to see it along with a documentary explaining the story on WWE Network after Raw on Monday.

In 1986, Bret “Hit Man” Hart faced Tom Magee in an untelevised tryout match in Rochester, New York. After the bell sounded and Magee’s hand was raised, he was labeled the next Hulk Hogan, but since the bout was untelevised, footage became lost over time … until today.

VHS tape traders tried in vain to chase down the cassette of Hart vs. Magee for three decades to no avail, but it was recently discovered as part of “Hit Man’s” tape library and is available Monday after Raw on WWE Network. Check out this classic match and get the full story on how the tape was discovered, what happened to Tom Magee, and much more by watching Holy Grail: The Search for WWE’s Most Infamous Lost Match, streaming Monday after Raw.”

        
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