This day in Pro Wrestling history - November 16
What happened on November 16th in Pro Wrestling history?
What did November 16 have in store for wrestling fans throughout the years?
Well, the final international PPV of a struggling company, a boss burying his most famous superstar alive and the implosion of one of the greatest tag teams of all time.
Read on to see how WCW catered to their German audience, how Vince McMahon survived Survivor Series 2003 and how the Dudleys fought each other before their time in the WWE. This slider contains the three most important things to have taken place in pro-wrestling on November 16.
#1 WCW presents its final international PPV – November 16, 2000
The year 2000 saw WCW on its last legs as a promotion and it would be the last time the company would produce an international PPV. The event took place in Oberhausen, Germany and was named Millenium Final.
The main event featured Booker T vs Scott Steiner for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and the finals of a tournament to crown the inaugural WCW European Cup champion. Sting would win that title, defeating Kevin Nash by submission in the deciding match.
American audiences were never shown this PPV and this is not even available on the WWE network.