Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This week we move on from our Wrestlemania anthology with a palette cleanser in the form of an early 90s WCW show. Of course, Steve loves it and Cewsh hates it. This show is the final pay-per-view match between Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat. It's right before Hulk Hogan comes to WCW and is a vision of what the company would have been without him, for good and bad. Also: Steve explains what the hell the WCW International Heavyweight Championship was.
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Our latest bonus episode is a State of the Wrestling Industry Address, where we look at what is working and not working in modern wrestling, and try to predict its future.
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