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WCW Wrestle War:War Games [VHS]


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Product Details

  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • VHS Release Date: June 17, 1992
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6302443415
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #510,528 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Trust me, this tape is worth the money!
"wcwfan4ever"
Madusa climbed the cage to throw the Zack Morris style cell phone down to Arn Anderson.
J. Paul
This one, arguably, is possibly the best WG ever!
Ervin Griffin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stuttsy on January 20, 2001
The Dangerous Alliance vs Sting's Squadron is easily the best War Games match ever. Tons of blood and a great match. Also on this tape, the Steiners absolutely molest Iizuka and Fujinami in a hard-hitting tag match. Tom Zenk vs Brian Pillman is another good match, but this one is worth getting just for those two. Outstanding show overall.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "wcwfan4ever" on March 27, 2001
WCW Wrestle War 92, could not possibly rule the world anymore than it does. It doesn't start out great but the Steiners match, the Lightheavyweight title match, and the flat out awesome War Games featuring Sting's Squadron VS. The Dangerous Alliance more than makes up for it. Trust me, this tape is worth the money!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Mustache on December 29, 2001
I can explain how great the main event is, its as Vince Mcmahon would have said when he was doing horrible commentary...UN-BE-LIEVABLE!!! But what really makes this great is that its has ECW written all over it. Paul Heymen leads his pack to the Wrestle War cage who consist of Austin, Rude, Anderson, and umm well Boby Eaton (Hey I know). Sting and crew come out nothing untypical here. But when the match starts all hell breaks loose Blood everywhere, the ring breaks by accident and good old "Bill Alfonso" is the outside referee (he actually has more than 3 teeth here). Its a total prelude of things to come, the match as one person put it was "savage".
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ProjectX on May 30, 2004
This was the first wrestling ppv I ever bought back in 1992. Yes a WCW ppv...and its still stands as a great show with one of the best Main Event and/or Cage Matches of all Time. War Games 1992 was downright amazing. all the hype in the reviews on this board...its all true. And if you havent seen it...find a way to see it. Its got everything, wrestling, hardcore, old school high flying, blood, even a couple weapons and they break down the ropes...just years ahead of its time. I personally believe this is the best War Games ever. Even better then the first 2. The undercard was also pretty good for the time, Steiners vs Fujinami/Iizuka was very stiff, Pillman vs Zenk was a great old school highflying/wrestling match. The Opening Freebirds vs Taylor/Valentine was exciting especially with the fans who were great the entire show. Very loud (almost NWA style) Check it out, its sadly, a forgotten classic.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ervin Griffin on November 12, 2008
The bad news is that the full card isn't on the VHS version of WrestleWar '92! The good news is that, as far as I can tell, the matches that are on here are in their entirety! This was during the Bill Watts era of WCW. Arguably the hardest hitting era of that company since the NWA days! Here is what's on here:

The Fabulous Freebirds Vs. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Taylor Made Man (Terry Taylor)(WCW U.S. Tag Team Title Match) - This version of the 'birds were original member Michael "P.S." Hayes & long time friend turned member "Gorgeous" Jim Garvin! They were the challengers in this bout against Valentine and Taylor! In this one, Hayes and Garvin dominated much of the bout with Taylor and Valentine only gaining a brief advantage when "The Hammer" began working on Hayes' legs for his version of the figure four leglock. This one ends when Garvin gets in his version of the DDT on Taylor while Hayes holds off Valentine for the win!

Ron Simmons (Faarooq) Vs. Mr. Hughes - This was originally a tag team bout with Simmons teaming with the late Junkyard Dog against Hughes and his partner Cactus Jack (Mick Foley) but Jack took out JYD before the match. After taking him back to the dressing room, Simmons returned and had a hard hitting one on one bout with Hughes! Simmons wins after a football tackle to the big man's leg.

Brian Pillman (RIP) Vs. Tom "Z-Man" Zenk (WCW Light Heavyweight Championship) - This was a predecessor to the WCW Cruiserweight title as Pillman took on his former WCW U.S. tag team partner in this match. Pillman, surprisingly, used a more mat based offense against Zenk and didn't use much high risk. This is also foreshadowing his heel turn later in his career. It was Zenk that went for more of a high risk offense along with some power moves.
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