ECW Trivia Question
ECW’s lighting director Kari Bullock. Confirmation from April 2000 interview with Spike (link is here).
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The Blue World Order (bWo) debuted at the November to Remember 1996 in Philadelphia, PA (November 16, 1996). Which wrestler was in the ring already when the bWo made their initial appearance at the ECW Arena that night?
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Which wrestler from Eastern Championship Wrestling’s first-ever show (February 25, 1992 in Philadelphia PA) was the last to appear on an Extreme Championship Wrestling show?
JT Smith. He was in the tag-team main event on Feburary 25, 1992 and last appeared in ECW on September 19, 1998 in a six-man match teaming with Chris Chetti & Tommy Rogers facing the Full Blooded Italians (FBI).
This website (ECWwrestling.com) appeared live in 1998. Archive.org (the Wayback Machine) takes random snapshots of sections of websites for the purposes of maintaining a sort of “history” for all websites. The original website’s technology used frames and other pieces of code which may not translate well to the current internet browsing device technology (the world was using Internet Explorer 5.0 back then); so this first archived snapshot of the website may not display well on your device.
Nonetheless, here is the link to the first archived snapshot of what ultimately was the main internet presence (after the various pro wrestling online fan discussion forums/boards at the time) for the official wording coming from ECW:
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