Joey Styles narrates a video package that recaps the Eddie Guerrero-Dean Malenko feud.
Styles announces to the ECW Arena that 2 Cold Scorpio is the new television champion after defeating Guerrero in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. When asked about Taz, Scorpio says that if Taz wants some, he can come and get some. And when asked who he thinks will win the two-out-of-three falls match between Guerrero and Malenko, Scorpio says he does not care because he is the champion.
Joey Styles says that tonight’s footage will come Wrestlepalooza ’95, which took place at the ECW Arena on August 5. He reviews some of the events that transpired there, including the Sandman caning Mikey Whipwreck until Woman told him to stop because she did not want the Sandman to forfeit the ECW Championship. The Sandman sat in the ring as part of a strike, triggering a confrontation with the Public Enemy because they had a stretcher match with the Gangstas. A disjointed recap over still photographs reveals that the Sandman cost the Enemy the match and that Whipwreck returned to battle with the Sandman after the match was over.
The Enemy and Whipwreck are in the hood, with the Enemy giving Whipwreck a Public Enemy jacket. They try to educate him in the ways of the street before Johnny Grunge screams about the Enemy being the “MacDaddys of violence in ECW” and that they are going to take the Sandman to the extreme. As all three walk away, Whipwreck does the Enemy’s celebration wave.
Joey Styles does commentary for the show, which took place at the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 15. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, the show drew 1,000 fans.
Bill Alfonso gets nuclear heat by coming out and saying that the show is going to be cancelled. Commissioner Tod Gordon interrupts, saying that he fired Shane Douglas so he can fire anyone. Alfonso is undeterred, saying that he cannot be fired. The audio is so bad you cannot understand much beyond that, but a fight between the two erupts until some of the lower midcard of the ECW locker room breaks it up. Alfonso insists that he is running tonight’s show.
Joey Styles does the commentary from the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The show took place on July 1, 1995 and, according to Dave Meltzer’s Wrestling Observer for June 10, it drew a crowd of 1,075.
Joey Styles does commentary for this show, which originates from the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. According to Dave Meltzer’s Wrestling Observer for April 17, the show drew a crowd of 1,150 fans. Styles says that Sabu is a no-show due to Japan commitments.