It is the first WCW Uncensored, and it is...headscratching.
The announcers remind us that there are no rules, yet each of the matches, of course, have very specific rules. Eventually, the line becomes a joke even to the announcers, as they declare randomnly, "It's Uncensored!" as an answer for everything.
This is the night where Dustin Rhodes wrestles the Blacktop Bully in the back of a moving vehicle, but is this match as bad as it's made out to be? Is it even as bad as some of the other matches on the card? We discuss. Plus, after making Vader look remarkably strong at Superbrawl, Hogan and WCW take a very different approach at Uncensored.
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