WWE celebrates the life and career of WWE Hall of Famer the Ultimate Warrior on this very special episode of RAW. The War between John Cena and Bray Wyatt escalates with an extreme challenge posed by...
This wrestling show quickly grew into one of the most popular sports/entertainment shows ever. In addition to presenting matches between the stars of the WWF, this program spent most of its time on the elaborate backstage story that had developed, involving feuds, deals, backstabbings and romances between the wrestlers, managers, referees and commissioners.Written by
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The show was originally live one week, while being taped on Tuesdays the next day, with tapings being aired every other week. In later years it would be shown live each week on the Eastern and Central time zones and shown on a tape delayed basis in the Mountain and Pacific time zones. See more »
Now he met the whole Turnbuckle family!
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The show does not have any credits beyond an opening title sequence and a copyright notice at the end of each hour. See more »
(Secondary Theme: July 23, 2012 - August 11, 2014)
Performed by Shinedown See more »
I'm not ashamed to admit that I absolutely LOVE this show!
I know it's cliche now to poke fun at "professional" wrestling. It's contrived, choreographed, and phony as hell in some respects, but you know what? That's exactly why I love it!!!! How can you not get goosebumps when one of your heroes is being pummeled in the ring and then down the ramp comes another superstar ready to lay the smacks down on their roodey-poo, candy . . . well you know the rest. Anyway, "redneck soap-opera," "poison for the mind," "phony sports," etc. Call it what you will but it's still pure sports entertainment and it never pretends to be anything more. Besides, the superstars on there are some of the most athletic people alive today.
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