Wrestling 20 Years Ago Podcast – WCW Slamboree Review, Paralysed Jobber Receives Over $25m In Legal Settlement From The WWF

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Wrestlezone's Bob Bamber and Stewart Brookes take a look back at wrestling from 20 years ago. The following points are discussed on this month's show:

- Charles Austin, a jobber who was paralysed in an in-ring incident in 1990, receives $26m settlement in a court case against the WWF.

- WCW Slamboree PPV review – The Nasty Boys and Cactus Jack steal the show.

- Ric Flair wins his 11th World Title on a pre-taped edition of WCW Saturday Night.

- Diesel leapfrogs Lex Luger, Yokozuna and Owen Hart in the queue to face Bret Hart for the WWF Title at King of the Ring next month.

- A Singapore cain match in ECW, along with the evolution of the Sandman.

And much more. You can listen to the show by using the player below and find older episodes on wrestling20years.com. If you are on Twitter, you can follow the project via the button below, and Stewart's own New Generation Project (covering WWF PPVs from 1993 onwards).

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