This match in my opinion was the height of the NWO's first chapter and there first major feud for the stable was the Four Horseman and this was the blow off. Earlier in the year we had the pleasure to have the unfortunate moment of seeing Arn Anderson announce his retirement and award his spot in the Four Horsemen to Curt Hennig. I will save the breakdown the match and what followed for the Monday Morning QB upcoming, but it's the little mistakes that added up.
Overall rating: B+
A number of solid matches and I would also point out that even though Hogan and Sting were in the mix of their legendary feud and didn't need to be included in the event. This PPV put on display the depth that WCW had at one point and what they could do when they can focus on the booking at not things that were out of their control.
Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner Def. (Pin) Booker T. & Stevie Ray Commentator: Larry Zbyszko
Alex Wright Def. (Pin) Ultimo Dragon Commentator: Mike Tenay WCW World Television Title
Jeff Jarrett Def. (Sub) Dean Malenko
Mortis & Wrath Def. (Pin) Meng & The Barbarian
The Giant Def. (Pin) Scott Norton
Diamond Dallas Page & Lex Luger Def. (Pin) Randy Savage & Scott Hall No Disqualification Tag
Buff Bagwell & Kevin Nash & Konnan & Syxx Def. (Sub) Chris Benoit & Curt Hennig & Ric Flair & Steve McMichael WarGames