Every WCW PPV Of 2000 Ranked From Worst To Best
There are some really bad shows from WCW in 2000!
11. Halloween Havoc
One of the best things to say about Halloween Havoc 2000 is that it wasn't The Great American Bash.
Starting the festivities was a three-team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championships, with Natural Born Thrillers Sean O’Haire and Mark Jindrak successfully defending against Rey Mysterio & Billy Kidman and The Boogie Knights.
It was all downhill from there, though.
Reno’s Hardcore Title defense against Sgt. Awol was fun nonsense. Corporal Cajun and Lieutenant Loco’s win over Chuck Palumbo and Shawn Stasiak was marginally more exciting than watching paint dry, while the mixed tag between the teams of Shane Douglas and Torrie Wilson and Konnan and Tygress was also a snooze fest.
The DNA Rules match between Buff Bagwell and David Flair should have been an NDA match, with the gimmick being that nobody would be allowed to discuss it afterwards. Although, discussing it would have somehow been better than watching the Kickboxing match between Mike Sanders and Ernest ‘The Cat’ Miller, which was poorly booked and horrendously executed.
The proceeding clunker with Vampiro and Mike Awesome came across like a masterpiece in comparison. And it was still terrible. As was Hacksaw Duggan and Lance Storm’s Canadian Title handicap match with General Rection and whatever the hell Jeff Jarrett versus Sting was.
Booker T’s DQ win against Scott Steiner was way below what you expect from those two (and had a customarily frustrating finish), while Goldberg’s squash match demolition of Kronik had no business headlining an event people had to pay money to see.