• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 16, 2000) – WCW Millennium Final
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 16, 2000, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘WCW Millennium Final’ LIVE on PPV from the Arena Oberhausen in Oberhausen, Germany.
This was the only Professional Wrestling pay-per-view, ever held in germany (europe) by a major Wrestling promotion.
German Boxing Veteran Axel Schulz served as the special guest referee in the main event of the evening.
The results are here:
KroniK defeated The Filthy Animals
Mike Awesome won a Battle Royal
Kwee Wee defeated Elix Skipper
WCW Commissionership: Ernest Miller defeated Mike Sanders
WCW United States Heavyweight Championship: Gen. Rection defeated Lance Storm (c) by DQ
Octoberfest Hardcore match: Norman Smiley defeated Fit Finlay
WCW World Tag Team Championship: The Boogie Knights defeated The Natural Born Thrillers (c)
European Cup Qualifying: Kevin Nash defeated Alex Wright and Mike Awesome
WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Booker T (c) defeated Scott Steiner
WCW European Cup: Sting defeated Kevin Nash
• Betting Odds For CM Punk’s WrestleMania 36 Opponent, WWE Reacts To Renee Young Calling Them Out For Not Tagging CM Punk
Sky Bet has already released betting odds for who’s going to be CM Punk’s WrestleMania 36 opponent (despite there being no official statement about Punk’s in-ring status yet).
Below are the current top favorites:
1. Triple H 9/2
2. Brock Lesnar 6/1
3. Rey Mysterio 7/1
4. Roman Reigns 8/1
5. John Cena 8/1
Speaking of Punk, WWE didn’t tag him in their tweet announcing his return on WWE Backstage and this led to Renee Young calling them out:
— Renee Young (@ReneeYoungWWE) November 13, 2019
WWE has now responded to Renee’s tweet:
— WWE (@WWE) November 16, 2019
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