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Announcing the “Operation Monday Nitro” Project

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On September 4, 1995, WCW launched what would eventually become one of the biggest weekly wrestling television shows of all time, WCW Monday Nitro. The show would begin to decline in quality around 1999, with the last few years of its existence being considered some of the worst TV in the history of pro wrestling.

But for those first few years, WCW would create some of the most memorable matches and moments in the history of our great sport. In fact, that time period is still considered by many fans today, over twenty years later, to be the peak of pro wrestling.

In what we’re calling Operation Monday Nitro, our plan is to cover all of the pay-per-view events from this era (September ’95 to December ’98), as well as all of the episodes of Monday Nitro, in great detail.

We’ll be publishing written reviews of these shows to the site in a few months, as well as producing audio reviews, which will be exclusive to our Patreon members starting today.

Check back here often as we’ll be adding links to both the written and audio reviews of each show as they become available!

Season 1: 1995

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Evan Cole
Rumble Ramble guy. I write things.

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