It Came From YouTube: An undead zombie mortician Vs. an escaped convict- I love wrestling so much…

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The Undertaker wrestled Nailz on house shows before Nailz was fired for (allegedly) assaulting Vince McMahon over pay issues.

Here’s a shocker- the match blew the big one! Thank goodness this mess never made it to Pay-Per-View.

Let’s take a look at the rest of the card from this show courtesy of The History Of WWE:

WWF @ Indianapolis, IN – Market Square Arena – November 29, 1992 (matinee) (2,700)
Tatanka pinned Papa Shango with a cradle
Razor Ramon pinned the Big Bossman after hitting him in the gut with the nightstick, behind the referee’s back
The Undertaker pinned Nailz with the chokeslam
WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Ric Flair at 17:50 with an inside cradle as Flair attempted the figure-4; after the match, Flair attacked Hart from behind and knocked him to the floor
Crush defeated Repo Man via submission with the head vice
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Marty Jannetty when the crossbody off the top by the challenger put Michaels on top for the pin
The Headshrinkers defeated the Natural Disasters when Typhoon was pinned after a double headbutt off the top

Yeah, this is the very definition of a One Match Show (hint: that one match ain’t Tatanka (BUFFALO!) vs. Papa Shango (VOODOO!).

Nailz was a one-feud character. I wonder what his issue was supposed to be with The Undertaker anyway? What a stupid, limited character that was.

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5 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: An undead zombie mortician Vs. an escaped convict- I love wrestling so much…"
  1. Sean Bateman says:

    If Papa Shango and Tatanka were a tag team, they’d be VOODOO BUFFALO!

  2. ChrisV says:

    A two match show, really.
    Jannetty vs Michaels would probably deliver, plus Hart vs. Flair.

    The Undertaker/Nailz aborted feud actually mad the cover of WWF Magazine.
    It might have been a feud over which guy choked his opponents the most.

  3. The Gil-Monster says:

    I remember how this feud started. After thrashing a jobber, Nailz just stood in the ring looking angry. Undertaker was next to wrestle and when he entered the ring, Nailz was still there scowling. They stood eye-to-eye for what seemed like a week and a half. The fact that Undertaker wasn’t afraid of the scary ex-convict, when assumedly everyone ELSE in the WWE was, was your feud.

    Of course, I’m guessing that not being afraid of your opponent is a prerequisite of pretty much any feud, so…

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