Hey there my wrestling fans and welcome to a brand new episode of C.M. Jew’s Wrestling Reviews! On this pipe bomb I give the quickest review in this podcast history as I explain why WCW Halloween Havoc 2000 Sucks so much balls. I then start our month long look at the WWE’s Thanksgiving Day Tradition with my review of the Survivor Series that saw the debut of one of the most celebrate superstars in WWE history along with the debut of one of the most dubious. Survivor Series 1990! So is this the rise of a Deadman, or just a Gooker? Only one way to find out and to tune in and remember that I’m the BEST JEW IN THE WORLD!
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Bit of advice, stay the bloody hell away from WCW 2000. Nothing good came from it. (like the “War Games” triple cage 2000 match). Come to think about it. Rip go torture Russo for me. (Rip Van Winkle: Well do my Lord.)
As for the 1990 Survivor Series, my very first memory of wrestling was the debut of the Undertaker. (which is ironic when Vince introduce Bret to taker backstage, just 24 hrs earlier that one of Bret’s brothers pass away). also im sure it was Shane o’ Mac as the referee. (Hear’s bones breaking), Rip: Russo’s knee caps have shatter.