What are some of the worst matches ever?

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    That sounds TNA level bad. Then again, WWECW is not above TNA.
     
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    WWECW was basically TNA. Although when they had Shelton Benjamin that automatically makes them better than TNA so nvm

    remember Chris Harris appearing on WWECW as Braden Walker? My goodness
     
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    Nice. But it is like to watch a wrestling match in Slow motion. Btw. was it ring as usual? Or were there any improvements done, because of the heavyweight?
     
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    With the lack of real impact moves I would bet the ring wasn’t reinforced. The one big swinging slam V tried on Kane at the 4 min mark was LOL funny.
     
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    I despised Rock vs. Undertaker at KOR 99. I have never been so bored in my life. I've loved a lot of Taker's work but this is clearly when he was at the height of his injury before he took time off to become BikerTaker.


    I generally disliked Rock's work during his main run other than him vs. Hogan which was special. He was a one-handed puncher not a wrestler until he went to Hollywood and expanded his move set.
     

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