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WCW Uncensored 2000 [VHS]

3.4 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: WCW
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Turner Home Ent
  • VHS Release Date: June 27, 2000
  • Run Time: 156 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004RESZ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #330,503 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

This tape plays well. It comes in a black protective case that has artwork. It is in very good condition. Very rare.

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Well, let's be brief on this one. Uncensored is pretty good for a WCW PPV. But the attendance, even in a brand-new Florida arena, looks miserable. The chairs clearly are not filled, which is obvious all through the event. Still, Uncensored managed to be the typical plethora of unpredictable mayhem it's cracked up to be. Here are the matches.
CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE: THE ARTIST WITH PAISLEY(C) VS. PSYCHOSIS
Okay action, for the first match of the night, but the ending will make you roll your eyes so far up you'll probably go blind, so I would skip it if I were you. 5/10.
X.S. VS. SCREAMIN' DEMONS
Come on, now. This match belonged on Nitro, and even there it wouldn't have been good. Mercifully short, and we see Stacy Kiebler. So I can live with it. I think. 4/10.
BAM BAM BIGELOW VS. THE WALL
Wow! An actual storyline to a match! A bad one, but still a storyline. The Wall, Bigelow's protege, is destroying men left and right, such as David Flair and Crobar. He does the same to Bigelow tonight. And oh yeah, he also throws Crobar off the scaffolding 15 feet down through the stage, which was the best bump of the night..and the month...and probably the year so far. 6/10.
HARDCORE TITLE: 3 COUNT(CHAMPS) VS. BRIAN KNOBS
How do you make three men hardcore champion at once? Call it incompetent booking. Fortunately, this match was not so, as Knobs put the title back on his waist where it belonged. Actually some pretty decent hardcore spots, if you knew where to look. 5/10.
BOOKER AND KIDMAN WITH TORRIE WILSON VS. THE NEW HARLEM HEAT
Nice match, especially the ending. The New Harlem Heat is just an asinine concept, and a silly team as well. Big T, Stevie Ray's new partner, has definitely not been to Weight Watcher's. The Duchess of York could give him some advice.
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1.) WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match: The Artist (c) w/Paisley vs Psychosis w/Juventud Guerrera

Before the match gets underway, Chris Candido makes his WCW debut and goes to the commentary desk to do commentary. The match itself was decent. Nearing the end, Psychosis drops The Artist with a Gourdbuster and goes to the top turnbuckle for the Psycho Guillotine, but Paisley distracts him. Juventud comes over and kisses Paisley, causing her to snap and attack him. Psychosis connects with the leg drop off the top turnbuckle and goes for the pin, but Paisley distracts him. The Artist recovers and goes to the second rope and dives off with a Diving DDT on Psychosis for the win. Okay match but nothing like the countless other Cruiseweight bouts WCW had. Most of that can be blamed on The Artist. Psychosis had numerous great Cruiserweight battles over the years, but The Artist was just a subpar worker

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2.) XS (Lenny Lane and Lodi) vs Norman Smiley and The Demon

Before the match began, Miss Hancock innocently and randomly came to the announce table to commentate for the match, who had tried to align herself with XS, only to be verbally abused by XS, saying they want nothing to do with her. The match was pointless and made no sense--like most WCW PPV matches during this time. Norman makes Lodi tap to the Norman Conquest Chickenwing for the win. After the match, XS grab Miss Hancock, blaming her for the loss, and attempt to kidnap her, but they're stopped by Norman and Demon who attack them. They bring Miss Hancock to the ring where she dances around with them and the referee.
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WCW used to be the top organization in the US, but for a second rate federation, the show was great. I recommend it for the great title match with Jeff Jarrett and millenium man Sid Vicious. Hulk Hogan put on the yellow and red one more time to take down long time rival Ric Flair.Also, Sting returned to take down the man that stabbed him in the back, Lex Luger. Also, Screamin' Norman Smiley was entertaining. A great Pay Per View to buy for your wcw video library.
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The first quarter of 2000 might possibly be the worst time in WCW's long, pockmarked history as the three events they ran on PPV were all sub-par at best. Uncensored was better than Souled Out and SuperBrawl but not by much. Too many aging stars and a lackluster main event scene killed their appeal during this time not to mention poorly managed talent in the undercard breeding resentment. There were a few good things here, though and most of the matches were so short it's difficult to be offended by them.

The main event between Hogan and Flair was pretty bad, but these guys still had enough showmanship to make it tolerable. The WCW title match, on the other hand, was so short and forgettable it took me a while to remember who even fought in it. Sid was a prime candidate to be a top guy; however, he never lived up to that promise when he actually held the belts in either the WWF or WCW. Jarrett wasn't convincing as the top heel, though he at least was solid enough in the ring and out of it to be marketable.

The one hidden gem at this event was the Falls Count Anywhere match between Vampiro and Fit Finley, which was a fun brawl that went all over the arena and ended in a brutal spot on the concrete floor. Definitely check that match out! Otherwise, I can't say there's anything worth looking into, so get on YouTube and save yourself some disappointment.
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