WCW Starrcade 1994 Review!

The acquisition of Hulk Hogan was a scoop of epic proportions for the Georgia-based company. Hogan had been gone from Wrestling for almost 12 months whilst recording the Emmy-nominated Thunder in Paradise, and though it was never explicitly stated that he was done with Wrestling, it certainly seemed that way when he left the WWF in 1993. However, what would WCW do with Hogan now that he was on the payroll? Well, why not have him have that dream match against Ric Flair that everyone was salivating at the prospect of? This was what they did... with Hogan winning, barely drawing a sweat and taking the company's top prize. Right, now what? The problem was, that even though Hogan was undoubtedly

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