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Royal Rumble 1992 (Sterling Eyes Podcast)

The 1992 Royal Rumble is critically acclaimed as the best Rumble of all time and for good reason. Ric Flair’s WWF PPV debut, Shawn Michaels’ first appearance as The Heartbreak Kid follwing the break up of The Rockers, British Bulldogs’ stellar performance and many, many more amazing highlights are all here. In this podcast, Sterling and Dead Eyes will run down the “Dead Wrestlers of the Rumble”, entertain you with the “Iron Sheiks Top Ten Tweets of The Week” and educate you with tales of the “Forgotten Heroes of Wrestling” as well as running down the show, reviewing the performances and telling it like it is!

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The Evolution of Sting: The End (Part 6/6)

As always, thanks for checking out this feature about Sting’s transformation from 1996 through 1998. It’s been a lot of fun reviewing this period and reliving it over these six parts. Check out VoicesofWrestling.com to revisit any of the previous five installments in case you missed them or just want a refresher.

In part five published last week, I wrote solely about Starrcade 1997 and all the controversial elements of that lightning rod of a pay-per-view. It’s safe to say that it left a lot of people (including Sting himself) with a bad taste in their mouths, but one of the better things about pro wrestling (depending on your perspective) is the fact there’s always a new show just hours away.

So, how did WCW steer the ship in wake of Sting’s win over Hollywood Hulk Hogan? He reclaimed the WCW World Heavyweight Championship with help from Bret Hart and the last sight we saw was of the entire WCW roster cerebrating in the ring.

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The Evolution of Sting (96-98): Starrcade ’97 (5/6)

Thanks for following along on this journey back in time at VoicesofWrestling.com to relive the transformation of Sting from 1996 through 1998. This is the penultimate section, based entirely on the match with Hollywood Hulk Hogan at WCW Starrcade 1997. Don’t forget, if you missed any of the previous parts, please check them out at these links for #1, #2, #3 and #4.

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The Evolution of Sting (Sting wants Hogan! Part 4/6)

Welcome back to this ongoing feature on Sting’s transformation into a dark, secretive, bad-ass that made sense and would have you tuning in to Nitro on Monday Nights to see more. We are right smack dab in the middle with part four of six, and starting off in March 1997 before heading all the way to the week before Starrcade. As we left off last week, Sting had seemingly joined the nWo as Hollywood Hogan, Dennis Rodman and other cronies acted like they had not a care in the world. We’ll see that does not last for too long. Check out the introduction, part two and part three to catch up.

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