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Uncensored was an annual professional wrestling pay-per-view from World Championship Wrestling held in the month of March from 1995 through 2000. It was replaced in 2001 by Greed.

The recurring concept of Uncensored was that it was an event that, in storylines, the (fictional) WCW Board of Directors had washed their hands of. Thus, each match on the card was ostensibly "unsanctioned", meaning they were not subject to the normal rules of WCW-sanctioned wrestling matches. Of course, in reality, it was a normally-booked WCW show, albeit one with a tendency to feature more "gimmick" matches than usual. This notion, however, was downplayed during the last few years that it was part of the WCW PPV schedule. Hulk Hogan was featured in the main event of all six versions of the event.

ResultsEdit

1995Edit

Uncensored 1995
Uncensored 95
VHS cover featuring Avalanche, Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage
Tagline {{{tagline}}}
Theme(s) {{{theme}}}
Details
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Brand(s)
Date March 19, 1995
Venue Tupelo Coliseum
City Tupelo, Mississippi
Attendance 5,782
Buyrate
Pay-per-view chronology
SuperBrawl V Uncensored 1995 Slamboree 1995
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{{{lastevent2}}} Uncensored 1995 {{{nextevent2}}}
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{{{lastevent3}}} Uncensored 1995 {{{nextevent3}}}

Uncensored 1995 took place on March 19, 1995 from the Tupelo Coliseum in Tupelo, Mississippi.

Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.

  • Main Event match: Alex Wright defeated Mark Starr (2:44)
    • Wright pinned Starr.
  • Main Event match: Steve Austin defeated Tim Horner (1:27)
    • Austin pinned Horner.
  • Main Event match: Stars 'n' Stripes (Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot) defeated Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck (9:34)
    • Bagwell pinned Slater.
  • The Blacktop Bully defeated Dustin Rhodes in a King of the Road match
    • The match took place in the caged-off trailer of Blacktop Bully's 18-wheeler truck, as it was driven (supposedly) around nearby roads. The object of the match was to climb to the top of the trailer's cage and sound a horn positioned there.
    • Bully sounded the horn to win.
    • This match was actually taped days earlier outside of Atlanta, Georgia and was heavily edited due to WCW's strict no-bleeding policy in place at the time. Rhodes and Bully were fired for blading during the match.
  • Meng (with Col. Robert Parker) defeated Jim Duggan in a martial arts match (7:04).
    • Sonny Onoo served as the Special Guest Referee.
    • Meng pinned Duggan.
  • Johnny B. Badd (with Roc Finnegan) defeated Arn Anderson (with Col. Robert Parker) in a boxer versus wrestler match (0:22 4th round)
    • The match was billed as having ten three minute rounds, with a rest period of one minute between rounds. Anderson's WCW World Television Championship was not on the line.
    • The rules stated that Anderson (as "the wrestler") could win by pinfall or submission, whereas Johnny B. Badd (as "the boxer") could only win by knockout.
    • Badd knocked out Anderson.
  • Randy Savage defeated Avalanche by disqualification (11:44)
    • Avalanche was disqualified when a "fan" (Ric Flair in drag) attacked Savage.
    • The match ended in disqualification, despite the match and event card repeatedly being billed by announcers as no disqualification.
  • Big Bubba Rogers defeated Sting (13:43)
    • Rogers pinned Sting.
  • The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) defeated Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (with Sister Sherri) in a Texas Tornado match (8:43)
    • The match was fought under Falls count anywhere rules. Harlem Heat's WCW World Tag Team Championship was not on the line.
    • The match ended up in the concession stands, where the participants attacked each other with cotton candy, soft drinks and other nearby objects.
    • Knobbs pinned Booker.
  • Hulk Hogan (with The Renegade) defeated Vader (with Ric Flair) in a Leather Strap match (15:28)
    • Hogan's WCW World Heavyweight Championship was not on the line.
    • Before the show, Jimmy Hart had been kidnapped and tied up at an undisclosed location by Vader and Flair. During the match Hart escaped and joined Renegade at ringside.
    • During the match a masked man appeared and attacked Renegade, before returning to the back.
    • Hogan was given the win when he dragged an interfering Ric Flair and touched all four turnbuckles (despite Flair not being the legal opponent in the match).
    • After the match, a masked man appeared again, seemingly siding with Vader and Flair, before unmasking to reveal himself as Randy Savage and embracing Hogan, Renegade and Hart. Savage had tied up the first masked man backstage, who was then revealed to be Arn Anderson.


1996Edit

Uncensored 1996
Uncensored 96
VHS cover featuring Hulk Hogan
Tagline {{{tagline}}}
Theme(s) {{{theme}}}
Details
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Brand(s)
Date March 24, 1996
Venue Tupelo Coliseum
City Tupelo, Mississippi
Attendance 9,000
Buyrate
Pay-per-view chronology
SuperBrawl VI Uncensored 1996 Slamboree 1996
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{{{lastevent2}}} Uncensored 1996 {{{nextevent2}}}
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{{{lastevent3}}} Uncensored 1996 {{{nextevent3}}}

Uncensored 1996 took place on March 24, 1996 from the Tupelo Coliseum in Tupelo, Mississippi.

Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.


1997Edit

Uncensored 1997
Uncensored 97
VHS cover featuring Lex Luger and Hollywood Hogan
Tagline {{{tagline}}}
Theme(s) {{{theme}}}
Details
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Brand(s)
Date March 16, 1997
Venue North Charleston Coliseum
City North Charleston, South Carolina
Attendance 9,285
Buyrate
Pay-per-view chronology
SuperBrawl VII Uncensored 1997 Spring Stampede 1997
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{{{lastevent2}}} Uncensored 1997 {{{nextevent2}}}
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{{{lastevent3}}} Uncensored 1997 {{{nextevent3}}}

Uncensored 1997 took place on March 16, 1997 from the North Charleston Coliseum in North Charleston, South Carolina.

Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.

  • Dark match: Ice Train defeated Maxx
    • Train pinned Muscle.
  • Dean Malenko defeated Eddie Guerrero to win the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (19:14)
    • Malenko pinned Guerrero after hitting him with Syxx's video camera, which Guerrero had inadvertently tossed into the ring.
  • Último Dragón (with Sonny Onoo) defeated Psychosis (13:17)
    • Dragon pinned Psychosis after a Tornado DDT.
  • Glacier defeated Mortis (9:04)
    • Glacier pinned Mortis after a Cryonic Kick.
    • After the match, Wrath came out and performed a Cobra Clutch Slam on Glacier.
  • Buff Bagwell defeated Scotty Riggs in a Strap match (12:25)
    • Bagwell touched all four turnbuckles to win after choking Riggs out with the strap.
  • Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) defeated The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock and Johnny Grunge) in a Texas Tornado match (13:17)
    • Booker pinned Rock after a Harlem Hangover.
  • Prince Iaukea defeated Rey Misterio, Jr. to retain the WCW World Television Championship (13:41)
    • The match originally ended in a time limit draw but was extended at the request of Mysterio.
    • Iaukea pinned Mysterio with a sunsetflip.
  • Team nWo (Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Hollywood Hogan and Randy Savage) (with Dennis Rodman) defeated Team Piper (Roddy Piper, Chris Benoit, Steve McMichael and Jeff Jarrett) and Team WCW (Lex Luger, The Giant and Scott Steiner) in a Triangle Elimination match (19:22)
    • Wrestlers could be eliminated by either pinfall, submission, or being thrown over the top rope.
    • The Giant was thrown over the top rope (4:55)
    • Nash clotheslined Jarrett over the top rope (9:21)
    • Hall Back Body Dropped McMichael over the top rope (9:45)
    • Nash threw Steiner over the top rope (10:16)
    • Hogan threw Piper over the top rope when Rodman pulled the rope down
    • Hall and Nash threw Benoit over the top rope; Team Piper eliminated from match (16:27)
    • Luger forced Savage to submit with the Torture Rack (18:23)
    • Luger threw Nash over the top rope (18:31)
    • Luger forced Hall to submit with the Torture Rack (18:45)
    • Hogan pinned Luger after Savage sprayed Luger in the eyes with spraypaint; Team WCW eliminated from match (19:22)
      • Team WCW originally included Rick Steiner, but he was attacked prior to the match by the nWo and was unable to compete.
      • Team Piper was originally composed of Roddy Piper, John Tenta, Layton Morrison (a kickboxer), and Craig Malley (a boxer). On the March 10, 1997 episode of Nitro, which aired six days before the pay-per-view, they were replaced by Four Horsemen members Benoit, McMichael, and Jarrett.
      • Three stipulations were in place. If Team WCW had won all the championships the nWo held would be stripped and its members not allowed to wrestle for three years. If Team Piper had won Piper would have gotten a steel cage match with Hogan for his WCW World Championship at a later date. Since Team nWo won the match, they earned the right to challenge for any WCW championship at any time they desired.
      • After the match, Sting came out and attacked all four members of Team nWo.

1998Edit

Uncensored 1998
Uncensored 1998
VHS cover featuring Hollywood Hogan and Randy Savage
Tagline {{{tagline}}}
Theme(s) {{{theme}}}
Details
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Brand(s)
Date March 15, 1998
Venue Mobile Civic Center
City Mobile, Alabama
Attendance 7,474
Buyrate
Pay-per-view chronology
SuperBrawl VIII Uncensored 1998 Spring Stampede 1998
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{{{lastevent2}}} Uncensored 1998 {{{nextevent2}}}
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{{{lastevent3}}} Uncensored 1998 {{{nextevent3}}}

Uncensored 1998 took place on March 15, 1998 from the Mobile Civic Center in Mobile, Alabama.

Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.


1999Edit

Uncensored 1999
Uncensored 99
VHS cover featuring Hollywood Hogan and Ric Flair
Tagline {{{tagline}}}
Theme(s) {{{theme}}}
Details
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Brand(s)
Date March 14, 1999
Venue Freedom Hall
City Louisville, Kentucky
Attendance 15,930
Buyrate
Pay-per-view chronology
SuperBrawl IX Uncensored 1999 Spring Stampede 1999
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{{{lastevent2}}} Uncensored 1999 {{{nextevent2}}}
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{{{lastevent3}}} Uncensored 1999 {{{nextevent3}}}

Uncensored 1999 took place on March 14, 1999 from Freedom Hall in Louisville, Kentucky.

Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.


2000Edit

Uncensored 2000
Uncensored 00
VHS cover featuring Jeff Jarrett and Sid Vicious
Tagline "Double J and Big Sid break all the rules in their battle for heavyweight gold!"
Theme(s) {{{theme}}}
Details
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Brand(s)
Date March 19, 2000
Venue American Airlines Arena
City Miami, Florida
Attendance 5,000
Buyrate
Pay-per-view chronology
SuperBrawl 2000 Uncensored 2000 Spring Stampede 2000
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{{{lastevent2}}} Uncensored 2000 {{{nextevent2}}}
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{{{lastevent3}}} Uncensored 2000 {{{nextevent3}}}

Uncensored 2000 took place on March 19, 2000 from the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.

Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.