WWE Metal (1998–2002)
"WWF Metal" (original title)

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Great WWF Show For Saturday Nights
13 July 2001 | by (Houston, TX) – See all my reviews

Formally called "WWF Shotgun," WWF Metal stars WWF wrestlers; Essa Rios, Raven, Kaientai (Taka & Funaki), K-Kwick, Billy Gunn, and other underrated WWF superstars, as well as some female wrestlers... This is a great syndicated show that provides some much improved matches since the airing of the show. The show also provides recapping of Raw Is War, Smackdown, and Tough Enough, so if you missed watching one of those shows you can find out what happens on Metal. WWF Metal also tells the matches that will take place on "WWF Heat," Sunday night on MTV. WWF Metal is the same show as WWF Jakked, but with different commentators and some different recaps. Overall, the main reason to watch this show is to see many of the underrated WWF superstars such as Essa Rios (who is a great performer in the WWF) wrestle some good matches against other WWF wrestlers, local wrestlers, and developmental wrestlers. By watching this show, you can learn about some of the developmental wrestlers from Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) and other developmental wrestling organizations. Although this show has nothing to do with the WWF storylines, if you enjoy watching some good wrestling, I wouldn't miss this show. If you are a true WWF fan, I'd watch this show (or WWF Jakked) if you get it in your area, because it has some great matches, hilarious commentators, and the high flyin' Essa Rios.


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