• “That was just a horrible time for me” – Sting
During his appearance on AEW Unrestricted podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Sting talked about Ted Turner’s role in WCW and the end of WCW.
Here’s what Sting said about the demise of his old home company:
“I mean I remember Ted Turner meeting with us in the very beginning and it was like ‘I’ve got all these suits and ties around me and they don’t like you wrestlers because we’re always in the red, but you know what I tell them? I tell them that I like wrestling and I got some deep pockets. So, you guys just keep doing what you’re doing,’ you know?
The billionaire, in the end, didn’t even know what was going on. We were put on the chopping block and sold for next to nothing.
So, we’re second-class citizens and then we finally make it, and then we get bought out and it’s over and done and you disappear like a puppy with its tail between it’s legs.
That was just a horrible time for me.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 27, 1989) – WWF No Holds Barred: The Match/The Movie
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 27, 1989, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF No Holds Barred: The Match/The Movie’ LIVE on PPV from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
This special WWF pay-per-view featured the No Holds Barred movie, produced in 1988 by Vince McMahon himself, followed by a pre-taped Steel Cage match between SummerSlam main event opponents, the team of Hulk Hogan & Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake on one side and the team of “The Macho King” Randy Savage & “The Human Wrecking Machine” Zeus on the opposite side.
The cage match was previously taped during a WWF Wrestling Challenge taping on December 12, 1989.
This is one of the few PPVs that aren’t yet on the WWE Network, although the cage match itself is there as part of the ‘WWF Supertape’ Coliseum Video tape.