REWIND-A-WAI #27: ECW Massacre on 34th Street

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John Pollock and Wai Ting review ECW Massacre on 34th Street, the second-to-last Extreme Championship Wrestling PPV from the Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan, New York.

We discuss the financial conditions that plagued ECW towards its demise, the new talent featured in its depleted roster, and unfortunate technical issues that affected the show’s main event.

This edition of the Rewind-A-Wai is presented by Espresso Executive Producer, Ziggy Cao.

Watch the full show on the WWE Network here.

ECW Massacre on 34th Street
December 3, 2000
New York City, New York
Hammerstein Ballroom

*ECW World Heavyweight Title: Steve Corino (w/ Jack Victory) (c) vs. Jerry Lynn vs. Justin Credible (w/ Francine)
*Mikey Whipwreck & Yoshihiro Tajiri (w/ The Sinister Minister) vs. Kid Kash & Super Crazy
*ECW World Television Title: Rhino (c) vs. Spike Dudley
*CW Anderson vs. Tommy Dreamer
*ECW World Tag Team Title: The FBI (Little Guido & Tony Mamaluke) (w/ Sal E. Graziano) (c) vs. Danny Doring & Roadkill
*Julio DiNero vs. Nova
*Balls Mahoney vs. EZ Money
*Christian York & Joey Matthews vs. Simon Diamond & Swinger

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I feel like I haven’t seen this show but when listening to your review I’m sure I have. I’ve always been a fan of Corino and did like him as ECW, even though he was a bit of a good.

The fact that Ziggy didn’t even watch this show was hilarious. Loved the trivia on the year 2000 in lieu of his own personal feedback on the show. I discovered ECW right around this time (really weird timing since it was about to be no more, but they had a syndicated program on WCIU in Chicago as part of a Saturday night 4 hour wrestling block that also included Jakked, World Wide, and WOW Women of Wrestling).

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