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"WWE Sunday Night Heat" is a weekly live event/recap show featuring the superstars of Ric Flair's RAW brand. The show usually features the midcarders of the World Wrestling Entertainment RAW brand, and recaps the week that was for RAW. Written by Jeff Silvers

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Sunday is no longer a day of rest!

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The Third Greatest WWF Show after Raw & Smackdown!
28 September 2000 | by See all my reviews

Heat may not be as fast-paced as Raw or Highflying as Smackdown!. But It's something. There's not as many Jobbers on Heat as there is on Metal. The show's got exclusive matches you won't see on any other Federation programme (W/The Exception of Metal/Jakked). And Other stuff. For instance, You'll hardly see behind the scenes of whatever movie Supertar X is making or any Record deal or Guest appearances on Raw! or Smackdown!, Will you now? No Sir! Heat is the perfect accompaniment to a Sunday Dinner.

ome of the Wrestlers that appear during the programme don't appear on the two other flagship shows every week, Big Deal! The Mid-Carders aren't so bad. Take Lo Down for instance, They're just begging for a Tag Team Title Shot. Joe and Kaientai bring the laughter! Kevin Kelly and Michael Hayes with the commentary. Once in a while, a Main-Eventer (Austin, Rocky, HHH, Kane, Big Show, etc.) will show up depending on the script.

All in All, Heat isn't a bad show. Watch it if you've got nothing better to do on a Sunday.


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