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Sunday, November 28, 1997

WCW Starrcade '97

Washington, DC. The MCI Center.
December 28th, 1997.

STARRCADE SYMBOL

STARRCADE
The cool Starrcade promo.
(2.2 MB)

Poll Results

(winner of actual match in bold)

363 voted for Hogan
1420 voted for Sting

559 voted for Hennig
1213 voted for DDP

647 voted for Guerrero
1120 voted for Malenko

564 voted for Bischoff
1214 voted for Zbyszko

722 voted for The Giant
1049 voted for Nash
Match didn't take place

470 voted for Bagwell
1301 voted for Luger


1477 voted for The Steiner Brothers / Ray Traylor
292 voted for Scott Norton / Konnan / Vincent
Note: Konnan was replaced by Savage

1572 voted for Benoit
202 voted for Hammer
Benoit's foe was changed to Saturn.

Hart attack at Starrcade

 Bret Hart was front and centre at Starrcade last night at Washington's MCI Center and the World Championship Wrestling heavyweight belt is now in question because of the Hitman.

Hart, who was at ringside for the long-awaited Sting-Hulk Hogan confrontation, refused to let the timekeeper ring the bell after a quick three count by referee Nick Patrick in Hogan's favor.

Sting then applied the scorpion death lock and Hogan submitted, leading people to believe Sting had won. No doubt the bout will be under review.

In other matches, Kevin Nash failed to show up for his bout against The Giant, sparking speculation that Nash had jumped back to the rival WWF. Curt Hennig lost the U.S. title to Diamond Dallas Page and Larry Zybysko defeated Eric Bischoff, with some help from Hart.

--Toronto Sun