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    Favorite Starrcade

    I'm listening to the Starrcade 1995 episode of 83 Weeks w/ Eric Bischoff and it got me thinking.....Favorite Starrcade?

    I've always been torn between 1995 and 1996 as my favorites. I haven't seen enough of the older 80's shows as I'm sure they had some pretty good ones back in the day. But yeah, 95 or 96 for me.

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    Starrcade 97 'cause of the build between Sting and Hogan.

    I'm partial however to 96 'cause Piper/Hogan is one of the greatest matches of all time. Rey vs Liger is one of the best athletic performances from a junior, too.

    I'm going to have to watch all of the Starrcades to be fair

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    Starrcade 1991 for me. I love everything about it. Especially Abdullah the Butcher and Cactus Jack.

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    1993 was a good one with Austin vs. Rhodes. The early Starrcades were tremendous.

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    I've watched through the 80s Starrcades; the Andersons vs the Rock N Roll Express is the highlight of all so far.

    The early Starrcades were bloody affairs. The Magnum TA/tully blanchard i quit cage match was specifically brutal. Not excellent like their regular i quit match, just violent.

    Sting deserves credit for purveying a new standard in athletic wrestling displays. He was really the change in the game

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    I've always said that Starrcade '98 felt like a Nitro on PPV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brock Kasady View Post
    I've always said that Starrcade '98 felt like a Nitro on PPV.
    There came a time, and this is relevant even today, that Nitro/Thunder would be so stacked you couldn't tell the difference between ppv and tv show. We see that even today. Thanks a lot Bischoff for killing the "jobber".

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