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It’s the most magical time of the year- WRESTLEMANIA! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys view one of the greatest WrestleManias of all time. An amazing build up has led to an amazing Pay Per View, with matches featuring The Rock, the Undertaker, Kane, and Stone Cold Steve Austin. Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie battle the New Age Outlaws f…
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Do you think Mike Tyson crotch-chops in his dreams? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys take a look at the go-home episode of Monday Night Raw, leading into WrestleMania 14. Matches including Bradshaw, Barry Windham, the New Midnight Express, and the D.O.A. fail to impress, while Stone Cold Steve Austin and the Rock headline the episode with…
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Who wants to see a gorilla get sent straight to hell? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys continue the road to WrestleMania; The New Age Outlaws’ feud with Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie continues to stagnate, Sable and Luna have a very unsatisfying “confrontation,” and the New Midnight Express makes their Raw debut. Owen Hart gets buried …
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Who keeps inviting Jerry’s Kid? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys continue to get great updates on the road to WrestleMania, as well as speculate on how many respected wrestlers it takes to prop up the Sable angle. Stone Cold Steve Austin runs the gamut of WWF officials, Mike Tyson gives Jim Ross a great interview, and Owen Hart defends hi…
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Gennifer Flowers? Are you kidding me? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get a huge step on the road to WrestleMania, with segments highlighting some of the greatest stories ever told. Mike Tyson swerves everyone with D Generation-X, the Undertaker returns in a cinematic lightning bolt, and Barry Windham continues to leave his assless chaps…
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Who asked for the Truth Commission and the Disciples of Apocalypse in a six man tag match?!? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys sit down to talk about matches featuring Bradshaw, Goldust, and Ken Shamrock. Jeff Jarrett decides to part ways with Jim Cornette, the Lethal Weapon Steve Blackman takes on The Rock, and the Legion of Doom has yet …
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Everyone loves it when “Bad Street U.S.A.” becomes a “Highway to Hell!” In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys take a look at the fallout from No Way Out of Texas. Ken Shamrock, Steve Blackman, and Jeff Jarrett all look good in their matches, Chyna finally gets her own video package, and Steve Austin delivers a masterclass in wrestling promos. …
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How many times can Vader be killed, and who is the real supernatural entity here? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys examine this “tweener” Pay Per View on the road to WrestleMania. Matches featuring Ken Shamrock, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Cactus Jack give a respectable showing, while the NWA angle, Jerry’s Kid, and Quebec vs. …
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It’s time to address the age old question: what’s better, two wrestlers in the ring or two implants outside of it? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys review the go-home show leading into the No Way Out of Texas Pay Per View. Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels continue to fire shots at each other, and Ken Shamrock looks good getting blasted in …
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This isn’t cool- this isn’t hip! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys tune in to a classic episode, with a lengthy story involving Cactus Jack, Chainsaw Charlie, and the New Age Outlaws. “Merolyndust” does a great job of being bizarre, the NWA does a great job of being terrible, and the Kurgan does a great job of dragging a jobber by his fore…
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THEY RUINED IT! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get the fallout from the shove heard ‘round the world, and a pretty filler-heavy episode of Monday Night Raw. Ken Shamrock continues to get lumped in with the lump-heavy Ahmed Johnson, and now the Disciples of Apocalypse join the mix. The NWA angle gets more bloated, while Shawn Michaels co…
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Who wants some more gang warfare? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get subjected to more of the Disciples of Apocalypse and Los Boricuas than they probably deserve. Barry Windham makes a shocking turn in favor of the NWA, the Quebecers take on Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie, and the New Age Outlaws are in action with the Godwinns. Sable…
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It took eleven seasons, but we’re finally mature! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys check out the 1998 Royal Rumble, the first of the Big Four of 1998. The minis get an automatic dud, Luna rode the Mastodon up the three stars, and Shane McMahon debuts on our screens. Dave Meltzer’s star ratings fall apart, despite all three faces of Foley …
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It’s a two-man booth tonight! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys watch the fifth anniversary episode of Monday Night Raw in the lead-up to the Royal Rumble Pay Per View. A Jobber of the Week double-header props up a match with the Kurgan and Jackyl, a four-man tag team match tries to prop up the limping tag team division, and Taka Michinoku…
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What’s the best way to kick off 1998? By bringing back the NWA Championship! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys start off 1998 with a bang. Ken Shamrock and Faarooq keep up the story, while the Disciples of Apocalypse and the Truth Commission fail miserably. Tom Brandi shows up again to defend Sable from Marc Mero, while The Artist Formerly…
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It’s an annual awards show extravaganza! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys sit down to talk about the highlights of the World Wrestling Federation in 1997, and give the much-coveted Match of the Year and Jobber of the Year Awards out to some very deserving nominees. The Highlights and Lowlights of the year are discussed, as well as what th…
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Stone Cold Steve Austin throws Goldust into the Crapper 3:16. Shawn Michaels and Triple H welcome the two newest “members” of DX. Owen Hart gets humiliated, and Chainsaw Charlie cuts his way out of the mystery box! We also learn that Mike Tyson will be at WrestleMania!על ידי Wrasslin' Raw
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It’s a cavalcade of jobbers all throughout the bowels of the building! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys bear witness to a great episode full of attitude. Sergeant Slaughter continues to be emasculated, Sable strips out of a reindeer costume, and Stone Cold accosts Santa Claus. The Rock, Undertaker, Ken Shamrock, and D-Lo Brown all have gr…
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Wait, isn’t that Sal Sincere? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys tune in to an odd episode of Raw Is War, where the Son of Lawler angle continues and some new competitors join the roster. Steve Blackman and Mark Henry make their debuts in singles action, and Michael Cole continues to stink up the place on commentary. The Legion of Doom take…
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Who told Jeff that any of that was good? In this episode of Wrasslin' Raw, the boys get the fallout from the Pay Per View, with the debut of “Mr. McMahon” as well as the debut of Sable's boobies. D-Generation X sits down for a game of strip poker, gang warfare continues with no seeming end, and Flash Funk gets jobbed out to the Kurgan. “The Son of …
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It’s the first Pay Per View without Vince McMahon on commentary! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys dive into In Your House: D-Generation X. Triple H meets Sgt. Slaughter in a Boot Camp Match, and Shawn Michaels defends the WWF Championship against Ken Shamrock. Butterbean defends Sable’s honor against Marc Mero, and Steve Austin settles th…
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Wait, so you can win a match by just not showing up? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys tie up loose ends going into the D-Generation X Pay Per View, with the final matches of the Light Heavyweight Tournament and midcard storytelling. Jeff Jarrett gets upgraded from Ahmed Johnson, and the tag team division continues to tread water. Jim ‘the…
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Flanagan! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys start the countdown to the upcoming D-Generation X Pay Per view, with one of the last entries in the Light Heavyweight Championship Tournament, as well as the crowning of some unlikely new Tag Team Champions. Ken Shamrock takes on Savio Vega, Shawn Michaels meets up with Vader, and Jim “the Anvil…
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There’s a horse running amok in the WWF! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the aftermath of the Montreal Screwjob continues as the boys get treated to Vince McMahon’s infamous “Bret screwed Bret” interview. The six-man mini match is a double disappointment, and Goldust continues to antagonize Vader (with a hammer this time!). Stone Cold Steve Austi…
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It’s official, the Jackyl has go-home heat! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys experience the fallout from Survivor Series amidst a variety of matches (and match qualities). The still-unnamed New Age Outlaws take on Bradshaw in a surprise Bunkhouse Brawl, while the Light Heavyweight Tournament continues with Taka Michinoku and Devon Storm. …
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Go Team U.S.A.! Go Team… Vader? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys take a look at one of the most infamous Pay Per Views in wrestling history, the 1997 Survivor Series! The Truth Commission and the Disciples of the Apocalypse stink up the place, while the in-ring debut of Steve Blackman on Team U.S.A. is surprisingly serviceable. Ken Shamro…
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It’s the ho-ho-holiday episode of Wrasslin’ Raw! The boys sit down together to enjoy the holiday festivities, and talk about the gifts Xanta Klaus brought them. The annual tradition of Mt. Crushmores are delivered, and we have a discussion about Bret Hart in the WWF in the early- and mid-nineties. We raise a glass, toast each other, and toast our l…
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Who doesn’t love a good soap opera? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys examine the go-home episode of Monday Night Raw leading into the 1997 Survivor Series. Super Loco and Aguila fumble through a spotfest, Marc Mero keeps working on his nut punches, and D-Generation X table tops Michael Cole. Steve Blackman’s run-in saves a dog collar matc…
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Who’s ready for some Karate Fighter brackets? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys start things off hot with a fantastic promo segment featuring the Nation of Domination, the Hart Foundation, and D'Generation-X. Matches featuring Triple H, Ken Shamrock, and Goldust provide some serviceable entertainment, while Mankind does a great job of sett…
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Who knew a boombox would explode into that many pieces? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get an overall entertaining episode, where Farooq calls out Bret Hart’s pale ass and Ken Shamrock shines against Rocky Maivia. Jeff Jarrett surprises everyone with a return and a shoot about WCW, and Owen Hart and Shawn Michaels have a great match. Ta…
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We’ve dropped the Commandant and now we’ve got… the Jackal? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, a two-man podcast booth gets some strong Jobber of the Week contenders with the Patriot, Flash Funk, and Ahmed Johnson. Goldust and Marlena are back with a loaded purse, Uncle Cletus gets his nose broken when the Legion of Doom wins the Tag Titles, and Taj…
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Who’s ready for a lumberjack match where no one really wins? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys watch the fallout from Badd Blood, and the fallout of Brian Pillman’s death. Jim Cornette, Rocky Maivia, Triple H and Bret Hart are all highlights, while Vince McMahon’s interview with Melanie Pillman reaches an all-time low in bad taste. Marc Me…
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It’s the first ever Hell in a Cell match! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys sit down for In Your House 18: Badd Blood, and more Attitude Era milestones! The first ever Hell in a Cell match is another Match of the Year candidate, and the Nation of Domination shows up for a great match. Unfortunately, matches featuring Vader, the Patriot, th…
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Wait, we’re still getting the Sultan? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys take a look at the go-home episode of Monday Night Raw leading into the Badd Blood Pay Per View. Farooq defeats Ahmed Johnson in the Intercontinental Title chase, the Headbangers retain the Tag Team Championships, and the Undertaker takes on Hunter Hearst Helmsley to r…
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It’s the 200th episode spectacular! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get major milestones of the Attitude Era in Raw’s first episode at Madison Square Garden. After a tremendous buildup, Vince McMahon finally gets a Stunner by Stone Cold Steve Austin, while matches featuring Owen Hart, Brian Pillman, Goldust and Bret “the Hitman'' Hart al…
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Vince McMahon wants Shawn Michaels’ BULGE in our FACES! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get a night of lowlights in an unusually bad episode of Monday Night Raw. Ken Shamrock and Faarooq’s brief match was great, but things went downhill when a bombed-out Sunny showed up, Mr. Sucky and the minis wasted everyone’s time, and the Patriot mad…
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Max mini es muy muy malo! In this episode of Wrasslin' Raw, the boys dig into the fallout from the Ground Zero Pay Per View, with matches featuring Vader and minis, a No Holds Barred match, and a Three Way Dance. Even with Brian Pillman's perversions, we've saved the best for last- the debut of Uncle Cletus Godwin!…
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Who doesn’t want to see Earl Hebner get goozled? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys examine In Your House: Ground Zero, and some of the best and worst Pay Per View wrestling in recent memory. Matches featuring Goldust, Brian Pillman, and a new crop of Lucha Minis all fall flat, while Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker get 5 stars. The tag te…
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Who’s ready to grow another testicle? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys watch the last Monday Night Raw episode leading into the Ground Zero Pay Per View. Matches featuring the Legion of Doom and Flash Funk fall short, while the main event brings together the Undertaker, Mankind, Shawn Michaels, and Hunter Hearst Helmsley. Goldust and Marl…
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Who’s ready for a… Country Whipping Match? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys find out just how much Scott Putski can do in three and a half minutes - not much! Additional matches featuring Ken Shamrock and Flash Funk round out the card, while the Patriot gets way too much screen time. Shawn Michaels and Mankind are in the main event, and S…
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Hopefully that’s the last time Ahmed Johnson shows up overdressed! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get the fallout from SummerSlam, and the in-ring stories keep moving forward. Bret and Owen Hart kick the episode off on a high note, and Stone Cold Steve Austin makes a questionable decision to wrestle. The new Commissioner, Sergeant Slaug…
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The key was three! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys sit down to talk about the 1997 SummerSlam, a very mixed bag of match quality and storytelling. Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Mankind have a highly-rated steel cage match, Ken Shamrock finally snaps against the British Bulldog, and Stone Cold Steve Austin gets his neck broken by Owen Hart. …
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If you’ve got the hose, Pittsburgh is the hole! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get the go-home Raw Is War leading into SummerSlam 1997. Bret Hart and the Pittsburgh crowd have an energetic confrontation, as do Chyna and Mankind. The Patriot gets some action in the ring, while Ahmed Johnson shows up wearing all of the baby oil ever produ…
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Let’s be honest, who hasn’t wanted to slap the shit out of Vince McMahon? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get another mixed bag of matches featuring Vader, Ken Shamrock, Goldust, and Farooq. The tag team division gets highlighted in a three way tag match, while the main event (a six-man tag team Flag Match!) gives us Dude Love, Stone Col…
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Stipulations aplenty! The Hart Foundation lays it all out there. All stipulations for Summerslam 1997 have been cemented. We catch our first glimpse of The Patriot. We also get a nostalgia pop with Ivan Putski, and a hometown pop for Shawn Michaels in San Antonio. Finally, Dude Love makes his first appearance and is now a tag team champion with Sto…
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When you're in Edmonton, you pop that Oilers jersey hard! In this episode of Wrasslin' Raw, the boys get taught a lesson on international politics by Bret "the Hitman" Hart, in one of the hottest show openers in recent memory. Brian Christopher's laugh nearly ruins a Taka Michinoku match, and the beautiful Paul Bearer brings us more details on why …
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Imagine being accused of murdering your whole family… In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys bear witness to the hottest crowd in the history of the podcast. Matches featuring Mankind, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, the Great Sasuke, and Taka Michinoku all provide solid entertainment, while Vader versus the Undertaker goes nowhere. The crowd hits a fe…
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When were the Undertaker and Paul Bearer battling evil? In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys sit down to talk about the go home show leading into the Canadian Stampede Pay Per View. Ken Shamrock and Hunter Hearst Helmsley have a great opening match, but Crush and the Disciples of Apocalypse have another gang to fight in Savio Vega’s Los Boric…
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And... Crush is back. In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys witness multiple points of failure as the Light Heavyweight division continues working, Ahmed Johnson tries to be a heel, and Crush returns to our screens. The Intercontinental Title gets to (briefly) shine, along with Sabu and Bill Alfonso’s whistle. The Undertaker got to unceremonio…
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Hey, Mankind’s got a nice ass, too! In this episode of Wrasslin’ Raw, the boys get served a weak dish of Raw is War. The long-awaited match between Steve Austin and Brian Pillman delivers serviceable results, while the episode’s storytelling doesn’t. The roster of the Calgary Stampede is announced, Marc Mero and the BIONIC Sable are back on our scr…
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