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How I Would Book it WCW 1998: Sold Out

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We have arrived at our first PPV of the new year and our first stop on what promises to be a bumpy year long ride for the WCW. It took a little while for things to get under way with the WWE How I Would and the same can be said for this one as well. Keep in mind I have a lot more time with this installment of the series then I did with the WWE so more of a chance to make things work before I squash them. To put a halt on my rambling let's instead get to the card:

                                                               WCW/NWO Sold Out:

                                                 Harlem Heat vs Jim Neidhart & Davey Boy Smith

                                       WCW United States Championship Open Challenge Match:
                                                         (c) Diamond Dallas Page vs ???

                                                          Ray Traylor vs Steve McMichael

                                                    WCW World Tag Team Championship …

Everything Evolves Part 1

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Been thinking about this for a while and honestly in the 6 years I have been writing this is by far the hardest post I have ever chosen to do. Recently this blog celebrated it's 5 year anniversary and I think back to June 2011 when this blog started and I look at how things have changed in that time and it's pretty surreal to me. Now I know over the past year or so I have pretty much preached how grateful I am for all you guys and gals that still pay attention to this blog. You have no idea what that means to me or how much that helps me to know that people care about what write even after so long.

Over the last few months I have done a lot thinking and not all of it was good thoughts or positive in anyway. But there were some good thoughts and as the New Day would say the "Power of Positivity" prevailed. As that is exactly what happened in this case too the truth is why I am elaborating is because you don't lie to the audience or this case the readers and I hope…