WCW World War 3

WCW World War 3 PPV Results

WCW World War 3 was an annual World Championship Pay Per View event that took place between 1995 and 1998. The event was unique by having three rings present at all times. The main spectacular of World War 3 was a huge 60 man battle royal. All competitors would battle it out in one of the three rings. Elimination occurred under normal battle royal conditions. Following a certain number of wrestlers left in the match, only one ring would be used.

Results

| 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 |


World War 3 1995

| Date November 26, 1995 | City Norfolk, VA | Venue The Scope | Attendance  12,000 |

WCW TV Championship
Johnny B. Badd (c) pinned Diamond Dallas Page.

Taped Fist Match
Big Bubba Rogers pinned Jim Duggan.

Bull Nakano & Akira Hokuto beat Mayumi Ozaki & Cutie Suzuki when Nakano pinned Ozaki.

WCW US Championship
Kensuke Sasaki (c) pinned Chris Benoit.

Lex Luger beat Randy Savage via submission.

Sting beat Ric Flair via submission.

WCW Championship World War 3 Battle Royal
Randy Savage won the vacant WCW World Title.
Also in the match were: Scott Armstrong, Steve Armstrong, Arn Anderson, Johnny B. Badd, Marcus Bagwell, Chris Benoit, Big Train Bart, Bunkhouse Buck, Cobra, The Disco Inferno, Jim Duggan, Bobby Eaton, Ric Flair, The Giant, Eddie Guerrero, Hulk Hogan, Mr. JL, Chris Kanyon, Brian Knobbs, Kurasawa, Lex Luger, Joey Maggs, Meng, Hugh Morrus, Max Muscle, Scott Norton, One Man Gang, Paul Orndorff, Diamond Dallas Page, Buddy Lee Parker, Brian Pillman, Craig Pittman, Stevie Ray, Steven Regal, Scotty Riggs, Road Warrior Hawk, Big Bubba Rogers, Jerry Sags, Ricky Santana, Kensuke Sasaki, Shark, Fidel Sierra, Dick Slater, Mark Starr, Sting, Dave Sullivan, Kevin Sullivan, Super Assassins #1 & #2, Booker T, David Taylor, Bobby Walker, VK Wallstreet, Pez Whatley, Mike Winner, Alex Wright, James Earl Wright, The Yeti, and Zodiac.


World War 3 1996
| Date November 24, 1996 | City Norfolk, VA | Venue The Scope |Attendance 10,314 |

J Crown Championship
Ultimate Dragon (c) pinned Rey Misterio, Jr.

Chris Jericho (with one arm tied behind his back) pinned Nick Patrick.

The Giant pinned Jeff Jarrett.

Harlem Heat beat Jacques Rougeau & Pierre Oulette when Booker T pinned Oulette.

Sherri Martel beat Robert Parker via countout.

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Dean Malenko (c) pinned Psicosis.

WCW Tag Championship Triangle Match
Scott Hall & Kevin Nash (c) beat Meng & The Barbarian and The Nasty Boys when Nash pinned Knobbs.

WCW World War 3 Battle Royal
The Giant won a “three ring battle royal”.
Also in the match were: Arn Anderson, Marcus Bagwell, Barbarian, Chris Benoit, Big Bubba, Jack Boot, Bunkhouse Buck, Ciclope, Disco Inferno, Jim Duggan, Bobby Eaton, Mike Enos, Galaxy, Joe Gomez, Jimmy Graffiti, Johnny Grunge, Juventud Guerrera, Eddie Guerrero, Scott Hall, Prince Iaukea, Ice Train, Mr. JL, Jeff Jarrett, Chris Jericho, Kenny Kaos, Konnan, Lex Luger, Dean Malenko, Steve McMichael, Meng, Rey Misterio Jr, Hugh Morrus, Kevin Nash, Scott Norton, Pierre Oulette, Diamond Dallas Page, La Parka, Craig Pittman, Jim Powers, Ricky Rage, Stevie Ray, Steven Regal, Renegade, Scotty Riggs, Roadblock, Jacques Rougeau, Tony Rumble, Mark Starr, Rick Steiner, Ron Studd, Kevin Sullivan, Syxx, Booker T, David Taylor, Ultimate Dragon, Villano IV, M Wallstreet, Pez Whatley, and Alex Wright.


World War 3 1997

| Date November 23, 1997 | City Auburn Hills, MI | Venue The Palace | Attendance 17,128 |

Meng & The Barbarian beat Glacier & Ernest Miller when Meng pinned Miller.

WCW TV Championship
Perry Saturn (c) pinned Disco Inferno.

Yuji Nagata pinned Ultimo Dragon.

WCW Tag Championship
Rick & Scott Steiner (c) beat Steven Regal & David Taylor  when Rick pinned Regal.

NO DQ Match
Raven pinned Scotty Riggs.

Steve McMichael pinned Alex Wright.

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Eddie Guerrero (c) pinned Rey Misterio, Jr.

WCW U.S. Championship
Curt Hennig (c) pinned Ric Flair.

WCW World War 3 Battle Royal
Scott Hall won a “three ring battle royal” (29:48).

Also in the match were: Chris Adams, Brad Armstrong, Marcus Bagwell, The Barbarian, Chris Benoit, Bobby Blaze, Ciclope, Damien, El Dandy, Barry Darsow, Disco Inferno, Jim Duggan, David Findlay, Hector Garza, The Giant, Glacier, Juventud Guerrera, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Eddie Guerrero, Harlem Heat, Curt Hennig, Prince Iaukea, Chris Jericho, Lizmark Jr., Lex Luger, Dean Malenko, Steve McMichael, Meng, Ernest Miller, Rey Misterio Jr., Hugh Morrus, Mortis, Yuji Nagata, John Nord, Diamond Dallas Page, La Parka, The Public Enemy, Steve Regal, The Renegade, Randy Savage, Silver King, Norman Smiley, Louie Spicolli, Rick & Scott Steiner, Super Calo, David Taylor, Ray Traylor, Ultimo Dragon, Greg Valentine, Villanos IV & V, Vincent, Kendall Windham, Wrath, and Alex Wright.


World War 3 1998

| Date November 22, 1998 | City Auburn Hills, MI | Venue The Palace| Attendance 17,670 |

Wrath pinned Glacier.

Stevie Ray beat Konnan via DQ.

Ernest Miller & Sonny Onno beat Perry Saturn & Kaz Hayashi when Onno pinned Saturn.

WCW Cruiserweight Title
Billy Kidman pinned Juventud Guerrera (c) to win the WCW Cruiserweight Title.

WCW TV Championship
Chris Jericho (c) pinned Bobby Duncum, Jr.

World War 3 Battle Royal
Kevin Nash won a “three ring battle royal” (22:33). Also in the match were: Chris Adams, Chris Benoit, Bobby Blaze, Ciclope, Damien, El Dandy, Barry Darsow, Disciple, Disco Inferno, Bobby Eaton, Mike Enos, Scott Hall, Hector Garza, The Giant, Glacier, Juventud Guerrera, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Eddie Guerrero, Hammer, Kenny Kaos, Kaz Hayashi, Horace Hogan, Barry Horowitz, Prince Iaukea, Chris Jericho, Kanyon, Billy Kidman, Konnan, Lenny Lane, Lex Luger, Lizmark Jr., Lodi, Dean Malenko, Steve McMichael, Ernest Miller, Chip Minton, Rey Misterio Jr., Scott Norton, La Parka, Buddy Lee Parker, Psicosis, Scott Putski, Stevie Ray, Renegade, Scotty Riggs, Perry Saturn, Silver King, Norman Smiley, Scott Steiner, Super Calo, Johnny Swinger, Booker T, Tokyo Magnum, Villano V, Vincent, Kendall Windham, Wrath, and Alex Wright.

WCW U.S. Championship
Diamond Dallas Page (c) pinned Bret Hart.

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