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Sunday Night Heat is a very strange programme to write about partly
because in 1998 and 1999 it was watchable and it included the likes of
The Rock, Mankind, Kane, Stone Cold Steve Austin and others on it. Fast
forward to 2007 and the same old boring wrestlers appear on it and
throw in a couple of jobbers as well, the likes of Val Venis, Eugene
and The Highlanders appear on it every flippin Sunday (yawn).
I remember watching Heat in 2000 and 2001 when it appeared on Channel 4 and it was way much better than it is now even though all you got was mostly Perry Saturn on it against Funaki in nearly every main event, but it was exciting to see who would appear on it.
The matches that I thought were good and the wrestlers that I was shocked to see on it included:
Kane vs Road Dogg Jesse James - 2000. Triple H vs Perry Saturn - 2000 The Undertaker and Kane vs Kaientai - 2001 Kurt Angle vs Essa Rios - 2000 The Undertaker vs Christian - 2001 Kane vs Christian - 2002 Triple H vs Hardcore Holly - 2000 Rob Van Dam vs Christian - 2002.
Heat is just simply not the same anymore!
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.
I'm reviewing this right before it moves to MTV so it will probably change but the Heat that ran on USA for 2 years was pretty good. It ran second to Raw at first then third to Smackdown when Smackdown came along. Heat is a one hour wrestling show on Sunday night's which generally features the B roster usually Lo Down, Kaientai, and Mideon. At first it had Stone Cold the Rock and others but then it became third rate.
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This is an OK WWE show, but vastly inferior to both Raw and Smackdown, its still a decent WWE show to watch though. I used to watch this every Sunday, but don't watch it much these days, due to the almost always lackluster matches and lack of star power, and its basically just a recap of of other WWE shows that happened earlier in the week with just a couple of matches, plus there are way way too many squash matches for my liking at times. When it 1st started i really enjoyed it because it was always enjoyable they often had the big WWE superstars there, and it was like the #2 show, now I just turn it on if there's nothing else on,but if your a huge WWE fan like me you will still find it to be a decent TV show, if passable. I would half to say even Velocity beats this, but sometimes it might really surprise you by putting on a very good match, and a well done show!. This is an OK WWE show, but vastly inferior to both Raw and Smackdown, its still a decent WWE show to watch though if your bored. **1/2 out of 5
This is a pretty good wrestling show to tune into....if you have a
computer! It has been taken off TV and the only way you can view it is
on wwe.com! It has some pretty good rising and steady talent on it.
Such as Matt Striker, Rosey, Gregory Helms and Val Venis.
I have yet to tune in since it went from Television to the internet, but I am looking foreward to tuning in sometime soon.
I cant say I am impressed with the fact that it has moved , but hey what can ya do. It is just as good as velocity.
So My rating judgement is based on what I saw when I actually watched it.
i agree with everyone that ive seen. Heat used to be a cut rate show now its nothing more than filler for TNN.they really need to improve the quality. Instead of having house shows the wwe should really just air live sundays from smaller venues.
Pretty Cool but not the best. It will do I guess. It does not have very many of the popular WWF Superstars on it. But one of my favorites that it does have on is Scotty 2 Hotty and Tajuri. Otherwise 8/10 is what i give the show. Its an okay show for a 1 hour show. Raw and Smackdown are much better. And the Undertaker -aka- Mark Calloway is the best WWF Superstar.
Heat is on WWE.com via streaming video now. Heat showcases the WWE Raw matches that don't Arie on WWE Raw. There's usually 3-4 matches that are held before the 2-hour WWE Raw event on Monday nights. which are known as dark matches. which are not aired. WWE Heat is on WWE.com via streaming video now. Heat showcases the WWE Raw matches that don't Arie on WWE Raw. There's usually 3-4 matches that are held before the 2-hour WWE Raw event on Monday nights. which are known as 'dark matches'. which are not aired on Raw. WWE Heat just doesn't air 2-3 matches. when it aired on TV, it also recapped what happened on the previous weeks WWE Raw. When 'Sunday Night Heat' aired on TV. it gave fans a great chance who couldn't catch Raw. to be able to sit down and get the scoop by watching Heat.
WWE Heat simply shows recaps of what happened on the previous week's Raw and Smackdown, and shows dull music videos and substandard matches featuring little known talent and poor commentary by Lita(who has no reason to be an announcer, she sucks) and the Coach, who isn't all that good either. Heat is not a very good show at all. If you really want to know what happened the previous week, just go online, and don't waste your time with this.
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