What if the 1997 WCW roster took on the 1997 WWF roster under MMA rules?

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  1. Yorkist

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    Meng would kill everyone.
     
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  2. the ambush

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    Split? Ken Shamrock and Severn probably beat anyone at the time.

    WWF wins by just having those guys.
     
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  3. drstrangelov

    drstrangelov Hey.

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    I think Shamrock was a little bit past it by the time he entered wwf, a bigger, faster, stronger guy with a solid wrestling background wears him down at that point.
     
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  4. warriorscommando

    warriorscommando I will always protect you

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    I think you are Russo and you forgot Brawl for All

    You are right about the Steiners but they were not top in 1997 WCW (Nash, Hall and Hogan and Flair or Sting)

    On the other side we got HBK, Austin, not sure who else would be ‘top’.

    http://www.solie.org/wwf97.txt
     
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  5. the ambush

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    Please refrain from squabbling over this as it were a local tough man contest. The academic answer’s Shamrock or Severn. I could see Bret, Blackman, Steiners or anyone with actual credentials being a hard opponent though. There’s a reason the bar room brawlers weeded out of the UFC as the organization grew.
     
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  6. deezy

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    Bart Gunn knocked out every so called tough guybtye WWF had in 98.....c'mon now.
     
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    Meng kills everyone on both sides.

    And he doesn't even take a break.
     
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  8. TheHigherPower

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    WCW also had Juvi (3x All American at Tijuana State).
     
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  9. Lets Go Champ

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    Dean Malenko vs Owen Hart - winner Malenko
    Bret Hart vs Arn Anderson - winner Bret Hart
    Undertaker vs Kevin Nash - winner undertaker.
    Steven regal vs Ken Shamrock - winner Shamrock

    Steiners vs Ron Simmons and Sid - winner Steiners

    Hardcore
    Vader vs Meng - winner vader

    Women’s Madusa vs Luna Vachon winner madusa

    Fuck the brawl
     
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    Billy Gunn said that he told Vince, "I know what's gonna happen. Bart is gonna knock everyone else out. If you want this to be a shoot, you can't let Bart in this"

    They basically laughed in his face, and he's telling them "No, seriously, you're not in the bars with him. If he connects with that left hand, guys are getting knocked out."

    But JR had everyone convinced that Dr Death is the toughest man in the history of everything, not including Danny Hodge
     
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  11. Lets Go Champ

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    Dr. Death was slowed drastically by blowing his knee out vs Bart Gunn. I’d be interested to watch that fight again to see when it started to go down hill.
     
  12. Fatt Hughes

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    if WWE 1997 includes Shamrock and Severn, then I'd go with WWE. Meng is tough, but bar fight tough, which is great in its own right but would still succumb to professional fighters.
     
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    IDK, but I always wondered how Bret Hart would've done in MMA. Had a solid collegiate wrestling career and all the guys who were trained by Stu Hart also trained actual catch wrestling. If he shedded the beach muscles I think he would've been a decent middle or welterweight.
     
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    JR worked himself like a fucking mark thinking Death was legit.
     
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    He blew it out when Bart landed a low single I believe.
     

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