undisputed kings of the Monday Night Wars and that’s certainly still the
case as they come into 1998. Things were so good that they decided to
more than double the amount of television they were airing per week. To
say this might have been too much too soon is an understatement but WCW
had done stupider stuff before.
Monday Nitro and Thunder from January through June of 1998. This is the
time where the Monday Night Wars finally started to get competitive
again after nearly two years of being completely one sided. Having two
shows a week was a fresh idea as well, making this a very important time
in wrestling history. As usual I’ll be providing play by play,
historical context and analysis of every show.
Monday Nitro in case you don’t want to jump right into the later stuff.
Both books are available from my Amazon author page.
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You can pick up the book from Amazon here.
page, just search “KB Nitro 1998” and my book will be the first thing
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the WWE Championship, Monday Night Raw from 1998 and 2001, Monday Nitro
from 1995-97, In Your House, Summerslam, Starrcade, ECW Pay Per Views,
Royal Rumble, Saturday Night’s Main Event, the WWF and WCW pay per views
from 1998 and Clash of the Champions at my author’s page here.