WWE Is Bringing Back The Classic WCW PPV Starrcade As Network Special In November

Starrcade was once WCW's version of WrestleMania, but now it's set to return as a Smackdown Live exclusive House Show (which will likely air as a WWE Network special).

WWE Is Bringing Back The Classic WCW PPV Starrcade As Network Special In November

The show was revealed by the Twitter account for the Greensboro Coliseum, where the event will be held. Shinsuke Nakamura is set to battle Jinder Mahal in a steel cage for the main event, which isn't quote Sting vs. Hogan, but close enough, we guess. Charlotte Flair will take on Natalya for the Womens' Championship in the heart of Flair Country as well. You can see the rest of the lineup in the tweet below:

So what do you think? Will bringing back Starcade as a WWE Network special tarnish the PPV's legacy, or are you just happy to see it return? And will there be more WCW names on the way in the future?

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