It took a month, but Nitro are finally starting to figure out how to make their two-hour shows run as smoothly as their mostly-enjoyable 60-minute bursts.

Join Dean and Liam as those two no-good outsiders continue to make their presence known, spoiling an intriguing triangle main event for the tag team titles, while the rest of the show features a host of perversely-entertaining style-clashes.

We let our special guests pick a pay-per-view or special WCW event to cover when they appear on the show, and many of them pick shows from the early 1990s. Who can blame them? To many of us growing up at that time, it was a true glory period, surpassed only by the nWo's peak months.

Our latest third chair was no exception, as Dave Bradshaw - who has written, presented and commentated on pro wrestling all over Europe and on everything from digital TV to the WWE Network - selected WrestleWar, and WarGames!

Join us in recalling that time Sid Vicious attempted and came extremely close to single-handedly ruining a great edition of the famous double-cage score-settler, as well as such early 90s luminaries as The Freebirds, Doom, and, erm, State Patrol.

It's the night after the 1996 Great American Bash (recently reviewed in episode 88), and the battle lines are starting to form in the wake of The Outsiders' attack on Eric Bischoff. Even WCW's resident villains are issuing threats to Hall and Nash - what has become of pro wrestling!?

Join Dean and Liam as they once again attempt to speed up Nitro's early struggles in moving from one hour to two with their trademark blend of offbeat shenanigans and genuine insight, as Randy Savage and Ric Flair engage in their 5647th singles match and The Giant takes on Scott Steiner.

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