Stars of the World Wrestling Federation star in this talk-show takeoff which featured interviews, comedy skits and wrestling matches.
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Lord Alfred Hayes Lord Alfred Hayes ...  Lord Alfred Hayes 3 episodes, 1984-1986
Vince McMahon ...  Himself - Host / ... 3 episodes, 1984-1986
Gene Okerlund Gene Okerlund ...  'Mean' Gene Okerlund / ... 2 episodes, 1984-1986
Roddy Piper ...  Rowdy Roddy Piper 2 episodes, 1984
Tonga Fifita Tonga Fifita ...  King Tonga 2 episodes, 1985-1986
Harry Fujiwara ...  Mr. Fuji 2 episodes, 1985-1986
Don Muraco Don Muraco ...  Himself 2 episodes, 1985-1986
Barrymore Barlow ...  Barry O 2 episodes, 1985
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The World Wrestling Federation's "Tuesday Night Titans", the WWF's second program to be broadcast nationwide on cable television was among professional wrestling's groudbreaking programs. Instead of presenting a traditional wrestling program, "TNT," as the show was commonly known, combined the sport of wrestling and entertainment (hence the term "sports-entertainment"). Adopting a talk-show format similar to NBC's "The Tonight Show," WWF wrestlers and their managers were interviewed by hosts McMahon and Hayes. Comedy skits featuring the WWF stars were a major part of the show examples included the Wild Samoans demonstrating the many ways to prepare raw fish; a "wedding" which evolved into a massive pie/food fight; Cowboy Bob Orton complains of an arm injury and goes to the doctor with Roddy Piper in tow; and the many spoofs of TV shows and movies. Other features were pre-taped promos, or vignettes, of the WWF stars; question-and-answer segments with members of the studio audience; ... Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 May 1984 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

T.N.T. See more »

Filming Locations:

Owings Mills, Maryland, USA

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Titan Sports See more »
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Stereo

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Back when it was clean...
8 November 2003 | by MDWarriorSee all my reviews

This show was kind of a rip on the old late night talk shows. Instead of interviewing Hollywood actors and actresses, they interviewed wrestlers. Vince McMahon was the main host, and his co-host was Lord Alfred Hayes. Occasionally they'd have some great features like "The Mating Game", which was just like the dating game, and a "This is Your Life" segment. Once they even had Big John Studd bench press 700lbs. This show was very clean by today's standard of professional wresting. There was always good humor involved, and it was true to the older style of wrestling. I really enjoyed this show while it lasted.


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