It Came From YouTube: Nailz gets The Ultimate Threat!

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Please enjoy this batshit crazy promo by The Ultimate Warrior on the former prison inmate Nailz.

Sadly the sure-to-be-a-classic match never happened because Warrior was fired before the house shows.

Oh well.

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5 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Nailz gets The Ultimate Threat!"
  1. Sean Bateman says:

    Destrucity at its best.

  2. John C says:

    Good lord what an awful show that would be, that was one half of a double main event. Of the matches Mean Gene listed what would have been the other main event? Was the “A” roster working somewhere else that night? Even Tony Schiavone wouldn’t have screamed that, “This is the biggest night in the history of professional wrestling”, but Gene sure did. Thankfully a full program between those two gladiators of the squared circle never fully developed.

    • Dave says:

      I assume the tag title match was the other half… and yeah, this was definitely a C show.

      • John C says:

        It had to have been the other half of a double main event from hell show. I’m surprised no Skinner vs Virgil match up on this crapfest of an event.

  3. Scott says:

    What actually happened according to TheHistoryofWWE.com

    WWF @ New York City, NY – Madison Square Garden – November 28, 1992 (12,300)
    Lance Cassidy pinned the Brooklyn Brawler
    Crush defeated Repo Man via submission with the head vice
    Bob Backlund pinned Rick Martel (sub. for the Mountie) with a small package (Backlund’s MSG return after more than an 8 year absence)
    The Nasty Boys defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS via disqualification when Dibiase shoved Jerry Saggs off the top
    The Big Bossman (sub. for Davey Bout Smith) pinned Kamala after Kamala accidentally hit Kimchee; after the bout, Kamala chased Harvey Wippleman and Kimchee backstage
    Max Moon defeated Terry Taylor
    The Undertaker (sub. for the Ultimate Warrior) pinned Nailz at the 12-minute mark with the chokeslam

    WWF @ Champaign, IL – Assembly Hall – November 28, 1992
    Jim Duggan vs. Razor Ramon did not take place as scheduled due to Duggan missing his flight
    Tito Santana defeated Skinner
    The Headshrinkers defeated the Natural Disasters
    Damien Demento defeated Virgil
    Tatanka defeated Papa Shango
    WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Ric Flair
    WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Marty Jannetty

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