It Came From YouTube: The NWO commit attempted vehicular homicide and video tape it

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Crapper Jackson Adamczak submits this clip and writes:

An all time favorite, and suprising that I’ve never seen it on the site (or talked about on WCW Tv after this happened), as the nWo (Hall, Nash, Pac) make the Steiner Brothers flip their car and potentially kill them, and decide to leave to scene of the accident. Classic.

This is one of those mind-numbingly stupid things that WCW did where it made me feel even dumber than normal for watching their product.

Am I supposed to believe that the NWO was idiotic enough to A). Do this, B). Video tape it, and C). Submit that footage to WCW to air on national television?

Did they just assume that the police never watched WCW Monday Nitro?

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22 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: The NWO commit attempted vehicular homicide and video tape it"
  1. Tim says:

    Lmao I was drinking water when I saw this and water started coming out of my nose

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      That’s our new slogan- “WrestleCrap: You’ll laugh ’till water comes out your nose”. :)

  2. chrisbg99 says:

    With all the attempted murder that goes on in pro wrestling it is a wonder that there are any wrestlers not in prison.

  3. Madman MadmanM Szalinski says:

    Nick Gage doesn’t count…?

    I had never seen this. THIS is why nWo worked so well, this was so awesome we didn’t care if it was real or not…it FELT real.

  4. Kerry B. says:

    Gas prices on that sign… ;(

  5. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    Jackson, you were SURPRISED that this was never mentioned on any WCW programming ever again?
    You didn’t watch much WCW, did you?

    • TMS says:

      Nobody did, but that’s besides the point. Let’s not forget the WWE version of the NWO did the same thing with The Rock. They beat him up, and when he was loaded in an ambulance to be taken to the hospital, they hijacked a semi and smashed the ambulance… on a surprisingly deserted 7th Avenue (right outside Madison Square Garden). They did that on a nationally televised episode of Raw.

      • James S says:

        Dude when WCW was at it’s peek from 1996-1998, it was often better than anything the WWF was doing at the time.

      • ReReallyrPeteGasWopie says:

        haha no no no. i was suprised it was never inducted in one way or another on the site. i remember seeing the executioner trying decapitate people on Saturday Night every week and that not being inducted… wait….

        • ReReallyrPeteGasWopie says:

          the suprised at never really mentioning it on tv… not so much. i mean, they did try to kill them and put a lot of time into the stunt shown.

  6. James S says:

    I think this was recapped on WCW Saturday night one time. If I’m not mistaking, they even reshowed the footage. Sting should have been arrested once for steal a cop car on national tv no less, to chase after the NWO. This is just one of those thing where it makes absolutely no sense when you sit down and think about it.

  7. MrMaddog says:

    The infamous Dukes of Steiner video… Who knew that Hall & Nash were a comedy team and Rick & Scott stunt drivers?

  8. JMA says:

    What makes the scene even less believable is that Scott Steiner later joined the nWo–and even paled around with the Outsiders, the same guys who tried to kill him.

  9. Bone White says:

    If nothing else it gives us an idea of how Scott Hall would have got on as a driving instructor

  10. patricko says:

    similar conversations here, when classic crap induction of DDP stalking ‘Taker’s unattractive wife was posted.

    Any time you take angles out of arenas, out into the street (like this one) or into people’s homes , you go from “wrestling” to “felony”, which makes the whole thing even LESS believable than it already was.

    Can anyone here name a time this happened, and it was actually really GOOD and helped advance a strong storyline, without detracting or distracting from it at all?

  11. ReReallyrPeteGasWopie says:

    no from the graveyard. they were having a service… boss man hooked a chain to the casket and yelled or something, then drove away while show chased it down. he wound up catching it and doing what looked like riding a boogie board when he jumped on top of it, then fell off. i think. and no i’m not making this up. it was even worse than boss man making al snow eat his dog, pepper.

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