"Super J" spent most of 1997-2002 wrestling for NJPW as a member of nWo Japan, later renamed TEAM2000. His run was so successful in fact, that he reached greater fame over there than the legit Sting! He returned to WCW during that time for this one and only match with fellow TEAM2000 member Masahiro Chono.
The audience loudly chants "boring" through much of this match, which is unfortunate because Mike Tenay does a great job at hyping it up to the TV audience. He explaining everyone's backstory including the fact that Varsity Club member Mike Rotunda was a member of T2K until abandoning them to reform the Varsity Club... and T2K weren't happy about it.
WCW Monday Nitro (1/17/2000)
#nWo #Japan #Sting
Scott's famous math equation was too advanced for us, after all he does come from a highly-educated university. So since Rick Steiner knows he's talking to some whie trash, he dumbs himself down for us.
Fun Fact: nwo 2000 formed after this segment. "The band is back together!"
#SteinerMath #HUH?! #NumbersDontLie
Another WCW wrestler with a cameo appearance on the short-lived Mortal Kombat: Conquest, which aired immediately after Nitro. Here Meng portrays "Wrestler" in the episode "Festival of Death."
Big Poppa Pump has an interesting insult for some guy that looks like an Indian version of Father James Mitchell. What, are YOU gonna tell him it doesn't make sense?
Ring Ka King #3 (2/4/2012)
#SteinerMath #RingKaKing #BigBadBootyDaddy
I just wanted to call attention to the fact that one of Jinder's goons beat Jeff Hardy CLEAN with a clothesline recently. In Jeff's next match, he beat the undefeated NXT champion Karrion Kross... Veer deserves a title shot!
#HorowitzWins #Maharaja #MainEvent
Chris Kanyon competes in his only TNA match, as Raven's surprise opponent.
#WhoBetta #Kanyon #Flatliner