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Hardcore TV – Recaps

27th November 1998:

Shane Douglas defeated Spike Dudley to retain the ECW World Heavyweight Championship.

Bill Alfonso and Rob Van Dam are backstage to tell us that their partner Sabu will be out of action for the near future due to the actions of Taz recently. RVD promised that Taz and the Triple Threat would pay.

Mikey Whipwreck defeated Lance Storm in singles action after interference from Jerry Lynn.

Backstage, Shane Douglas and Francine cut a promo and thank Taz for his actions that consequently took Sabu out of commission. Douglas says that as a reward for being a team player, he will give Taz one of three things: money, one night with Francine, or a permanent place in The Triple Threat.

In the main event, Rob Van Dam successfully defended his ECW Television Title against Triple Threat member Chris Candido – sending a message to Shane Douglas.

4th December 1998:

Balls Mahoney defeated One Man Gang in singles competition, but fell victim to a chair attack from the Dudley Boyz. The former champions then proceeded to blast Balls with a 3D for good measure before heading to the back, satisfied with their work. Axl Rotten and Masato Tanaka checked on their fallen friend who seemed in a bad way.

Taz is backstage. He talks about how he did what he had to when he took Sabu out of commission. He says that he doesn't want any of the shit that Douglas offered - he wants to take Sabu's place at Guilty As Charged.

Lance Storm received some mic time, with Tammy Lynn Bytch standing by his side. He told us that he wants Jerry Lynn one on one at Guilty As Charged, without Mikey Whipwreck involved.

For the second week in a row, Rob Van Dam defended his title against a member of the Triple Threat in the main event. This time round it was Bam Bam Bigelow that lost to the “Whole F’n Show” in a very close match.

The team of Balls Mahoney, Axl Rotten and Masato Tanaka appeared on our screens in a pre-taped promo to close the show. Balls looked hurt after the attack earlier in the evening, but the team promised to put the titles on the line against the Dudley Boyz at the next ECW Arena show.

11th December 1998:

The show opened with a pre-taped promo from Tommy Dreamer. “The Innovator of Violence” told us about how Terry Funk was like a father figure to him for seven years, but seems to think he turned his back him. Dreamer informs us that Paul E Dangerously has booked a match for the next Arena show pitting Justin Credible and Terry Funk against Dreamer and a mystery partner. Dreamer refuses to lay his hands on Funk regardless.

Tommy Rogers and Jack Victory wrestled to a no contest due to interference from New Jack.

The Dudley Boyz made their presence felt next. Joel Gertner cut an amusing promo hyping his team up, before Buh-Buh Ray took the mic. He promised that he and his brother would finish what they started last week and end the careers of Balls Mahoney and Masato Tanaka, taking their ECW Tag Team Titles in the process.

Taz defeated newcomer Steve Corino with ease. After the match, the lights cut out leaving the venue in complete darkness. When they come back on, Sabu is in the ring with a neckbrace and a brawl with Taz ensues.

We see New Jack beating up Jack Victory in the parking lot, before police arrive and arrest “The Gangsta.”

18th December 1998:

A match between Super Crazy and Little Guido never officially started due to an attack from Terry Funk.

Taz is backstage with his towel round his head. He looks in the camera and tells us about how a match has been made for the upcoming ECW Arena show. He will face off against Sabu with both men putting something on the line. The FTW World Heavyweight Championship versus Sabu's shot at Shane Douglas’ title at Guilty As Charged.

Lance Storm and Skull Von Crush def. Jerry Lynn and Mikey Whipwreck in tag team action.

Terry Funk appears and makes his way down to the ring. Looking demented, Funk vows to make Dreamer pay for his betrayal. Justin Credible joins his soon-to-be partner and Funk embraces him with a hug.

The main event between Taz and Rob Van Dam soon turned into chaos when “The Franchise” Shane Douglas and Sabu both ran in to create a four-way brawl. The show went off the air with Shane Douglas battling Rob Van Dam on the outside as Taz held Sabu in an unbreakable Tazmission in the center of the ring – a sign of things to come?

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Oh, CSAMH better not read this 'cause he's killed people for less.

EDIT: And for the record, I don't really care for Aphex Twin at all, nor do I care for the video. But Hamster will still kill you.

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