The World Wrestling Federation's weekend cable wrestling series airing on TNN, which reviewed the past week's activities of the wrestling promotion.
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The World Wrestling Federation's two-hour weekend series airing on cable's TNN, which replaced "WWF Superstars" and "WWF Livewire" (which had also aired on TNN and earlier, USA Network). Hosted by WWF personalities Jonathan Coachman and Terri Runnels, "WWF Excess" reviewed the past week in the wrestling promotion, with highlights of notable wrestling matches and other current events. Each show also featured included in-studio interviews with one or two guest wrestlers per week, segments on the wrestlers' out-of-character and out-of-ring activities (e.g., charitable, civic and political activities; appearances in movies and TV-series; etc.) and hype for upcoming events. Each show also featured a classic WWF match from the past 25 years. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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25 August 2001 (USA)  »

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nice little show
24 October 2001 | by (Nashville, TN) – See all my reviews

Well the WWF gave up Livewire and Superstars for 2 hours of Excess Saturday nights, which right now is getting very poor ratings. The show stars Jonathen Coachman and Trist Strauts, basically it's all talk and they review what happened in the week, usually a wrestler or two will call in and they'll have a guest or two, so it's worthy of watching if you're a big WWF fan which I am and I watch most of the time.


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