Post by Mr. PerpetuaLynch Motion on Jan 22, 2007 18:13:26 GMT -5
I'm definately looking forward to the tournament... Just to make it easier, I think you should post your rosters and the Title Holders at this time... Just so we can be sure and it's easier to track. Warrior coming back is kickass and I will be reading this for that alone. Keep it up
WWF Champion: Shawn Michaels Intercontinental Champion: Goldust Tag Team Champions: Bodydonnas
Main Eventers Bret Hart Shawn Michaels Ultimate Warrior Undertaker Diesel
Upper Midcarders Razor Ramon Yokozuna British Bulldog Goldust Owen Hart Vader
Midcarders Ahmed Johnson Duke Droese Fatu Hakushi Jake Roberts Marc Mero 1-2-3 Kid Crush Hunter Hearst-Helmsley Jeff Jarrett Jerry Lawler Kama Mabel Steve Austin Tatanka
Lower Midcarders Bob Holly Marty Jannetty Savio Vega Salvatore Sincere
Openers Aldo Montoya Barry Horowitz The Goon Brooklyn Brawler
Tag Teams Bodydonnas (Skip and Zip) Smoking Gunns (Billy and Bart) The Godwinns (Henry and Phineas) The Bushwhackers (Luke and Butch)
Managers Hillbilly Jim (The Godwinns) Paul Bearer (Undertaker) Sable (Marc Mero) Sunny (Bodydonnas) Ted Dibiase (Steve Austin) James E. Cornette (Vader, Owen Hart, and British Bulldog) Marlena (Goldust)
March 12, 1996 Commentators: Vince McMahon and Jim Ross
Intercontinental Title #1 Contenders Tournament Ahmed Johnson vs Kama Raw opened with a first round match in the IC Title contender’s tournament. This was a hard-hitting contest between two brutes, but in the end Ahmed caught Kama in the Pearl River Plunge for the win and advanced to the semi-finals. (78%)
Goodbye Hitman? We now go to the commentator’s table where Vince McMahon has Bret “Hitman” Hart live via satellite at his home in Canada.
Vince: First off, Bret, let me commend you on an outstanding effort last night at WrestleMania in the 60-minute Iron Man Match. It was one of the greatest matches I think the WWF has ever seen, although obviously you did come out on the losing end of that contest to the “Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels, but it was a great effort nonetheless.
Bret: You know, that’s what I keep hearing is how that match last night was one of the best ever, and I would have to agree with those people who say that except for one thing, and that’s the fact that I am not still the WWF Champion. I went sixty minutes with Shawn Michaels, who is a great competitor and taking nothing away from him, but the fact is that I lasted the entire sixty minutes without being pinned or made to submit, only then to have Gorilla Monsoon make a last second decision and add a sudden death overtime. And I won’t lie to you, Vince, that fact and the fact that I’m not sitting here right now with the WWF Title over my should doesn’t sit too well with me.
Vince: I’m sure that it might not, Bret, but we all know the kind of competitor you are and I’m sure that in the not so distant future we will be seeing you back in the ring and getting another shot at the WWF Title.
Bret: You know, that’s gonna have to be something I have to think about. You know I’ve been in this business too long and worked too hard to, in my opinion, be screwed over and be screwed out of the WWF Title. So what I’m going to do is take some time for myself, get my head straight, and think about what my next move will be. But I guarantee everyone this- if and when the Hitman comes back, I’ll be back better than ever and I’ll be back with a mission. But until then, that’s all I really have to say.
Warrior Returns We now go to the ring where Vince McMahon is standing by.
Vince: Ladies and gentleman, please welcome my guest at this time. He made his triumphant return to the WWF last night at WrestleMania. Ladies and gentlemen, the Ultimate Warrior!
The Warrior’s familiar music hits as the crowd erupts, and the one and only Ultimate Warrior sprints his way to the ring and joins Vince at the mic.
Vince: On behalf of the WWF and its fans all over the world, Ultimate Warrior, welcome back!
Warrior: Three years ago, the Warrior disappeared from the world of professional wrestling. For three years, I wallowed in solitude, convening with the gods and strengthening the spirit of the Warrior. But all that time there was something calling to me. Something pulling at my aura. And that was the cries of my Warrior Nation, calling out to me to return. So I headed their call! I waited for the precise moment, waited until the spirit of the Warrior had reached an indestructible crescendo, and now the time has come for the Warrior to rise once again! And with the power of my warriors behind me, the Ultimate Warrior will devastate all those in my path until the battleground is filled with those who have been overcome by the power of the Warrior!
Vince: Ladies and gentlemen, the Ultimate Warrior! (72%)
Ultimate Ambush As the Warrior poses in the ring for the fans, suddenly Owen Hart and British Bulldog hit the ring and attack the Warrior from behind! The Camp Cornette members put the collective boots to Warrior on the mat. Warrior tries to get back to his feet, but the two on one attack is too much. Bulldog then lifts Warrior up on his shoulder and plants him on he canvas with a running powerslam! Owen and Bulldog celebrate up the aisle with Jim Cornette, having tainted the return of the Ultimate Warrior to Raw. (77%)
Vader w/Jim Cornette vs Duke “The Dumpster” Droese Still beaming after leading the ambush on Warrior, Jim Cornette led the Mastodon, Vader to the ring for the next match. Duke put up a nice effort, but never really got any momentum going and Vader basically dominated the match with stiff clotheslines and knocked the breath out of Duke with a belly to belly suplex. In the end, Vader planted Droese with a huge powerbomb, followed by the Vader Bomb to pick up an impressive victory. (77%)
Blue Blood Boiling We now go back to the interview area where Todd Pettengill is standing by with Hunter Hearst-Helmsley.
Todd: I’m standing here with Hunter Hearst-Helmsley, who is coming off a disappointing loss last night to- (Hunter grabs the mic)
Hunter: Disappointing? What happened last night was an outright disgrace. As far as the Warrior goes, he got what was coming to him tonight. And someone else who has something coming to him is Marc Mero. Marc Mero, you think you can waltz in to the WWF and try to embarrass Hunter Hearst-Helmsley? You put your nose in my business and tried to play hero by ‘rescuing’ the damsel in distress, that lowly wench Sable. Trust me, women such as Sable are a dime a dozen, but Mero, I’m making it my personal responsibility to welcome you to the WWF, and teach you a lesson about sticking your nose where it doesn’t belong. (80%)
Intercontinental Title #1 Contenders Tournament “Wildman” Marc Mero w/Sable vs 1-2-3 Kid Mero was making his wrestling debut here on Raw. Mero was impressive in the match, using a good amount of power and quickness, and scoring a near fall with a Merosault from the top rope. Mero ducked a kick from the Kid and hit him with a samoan drop. The Wildman then went up to the top rope again, looking to end the match, but as the Kid distracted the referee on the mat, Hunter Hearst-Helmsley ran down the aisle and cracked his walking cane over Mero’s back! Mero fell hard to the mat, and the Kid quickly covered Mero up for the three count and advanced in the tournament. Hunter simply took a bow in the aisle way before heading to the back, having cost Mero the match. (80%)
New WWF Champion We again go to the ring where Vince McMahon is standing by.
Vince: Ladies and gentlemen, the new WWF Champion, the Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels!
The crowd erupts as the new WWF champ makes his way to the ring and joins Vince.
Vince: Shawn, last night at WrestleMania, after a grueling 60-plus minute Iron Man match with Bret Hart, you realized a lifelong dream as you became the World Wrestling Federation Champion. Congratulations.
HBK: Thank you, Vince. You know, it’s been well documented that since I was a young boy, my dream was to become the WWF Champion. And last night, when that dream became a reality, I don’t mind saying that ol’ HBK was on cloud nine! But now, as I’ve let it all sink in, I know that that was last night, and tonight marks the beginning of new point in my career. Now, it’s the Heartbreak Kid who is the hunted. Don’t get me wrong, I’m used to having a bull’s eye on my chest for one reason or another, but this title right here might be the biggest one yet. But trust me when I tell you this, Vinman, I look forward to defending this title with every ounce of my being. I’ve waited a long time for this, and with the Kliq behind me, the Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels is gonna be on the top of the mountain for a long time to come!
Vince: Ladies and gentlemen, Shawn Michaels! (96%)
Sneak Attack HBK poses in the ring for the roaring crowd when suddenly he is met with a huge boot to the face. It’s Diesel! Diesel stands over Michaels and lifts him to his feet, then drives him to the mat with the Jacknife! Diesel looks out to the crowd, then takes HBK and plants him with a second Jacknife Powerbomb! Michaels is broken in half! Diesel picks the WWF Title off the mat and holds it in his hands, then throws it down on the chest of Shawn Michaels. Raw comes to a close with Big Daddy Cool standing tall over the fallen WWF Champion. (93%)
WWF Raw Overall Rating- 82% TV Rating- 6.02 Attendance- 6,549 Ticket Sales- $261,960
E-Mails "Our ratings battle with Nitro is so close neither show is gaining a clear advantage."- Sophie "How about booking me against Mabel? Im sure we could do some entertaining stuff that the fans would like."- Yokozuna "Jeff Jarrett would be a great opponent for me, how about putting us together in some matches?"- Razor Ramon
WCW Monday Nitro TV Rating- 5.63 Attendance: 5,003 Ticket Sales- $200,120
March 18, 1996 Commentators: Jim Ross and Todd Pettengill
Marty Jannetty and Hakushi defeated Brooklyn Brawler and Barry Horowitz Goldust conducted a promo, talking about the IC Title tournament taking place on Raw Jake "The Snake" Roberts beat The Goon with the DDT. Steve Austin conducted a promo, hyping his IC Title tournament match this Monday on Raw Crush defeated Aldo Montoya with a Full Nelson Slam A video package aired recapping Diesel's attack on Shawn Michaels from Raw The Undertaker beat Mabel in a chokelsam
WWF Superstars Overall Rating- 74% TV Rating- 5.34 Attendance- 7,007 Ticket Sales- $280,280
E-Mails "Worldwide are trying to compete with us, but are being destroyed in the ratings."- Sophie "Here is my weekly report on our battle with WCW. They have more star power than us, and that is affecting our image. We are seen as having better workers, and this is causing fans to choose us over them. The fans see us as being the more professional promotion, thanks to our higher production values."- Sophie
WCW Worldwide TV Rating- 2.10 Attendance- 5,006 Ticket Sales- 200,240
March 19, 1996 Commentators: Vince McMahon and Jim Ross
Intercontinental Title #1 Contenders Tournament Steve Austin w/Ted Dibiase defeated Yokozuna with a low blow and leverage from the ropes Austin seemed a bit overwhelmed with the power of the massive Yokozuna. Yoko planted Austin with a belly to belly suplex and drug him to the corner for the Bonzai Drop. Dibiase got up on the apron, distracting the referee and Yoko for a moment, allowing Austin to hit Yokozuna with a low blow as he stood on the middle rope. Yoko fell to the mat, and Austin quickly covered him, putting his feet on the ropes out of the ref’s view for extra leverage and scored the upset. (78%) Steve Austin gained overness from this match.
Camp Cornette Targets the Warrior Led by Jim Cornette, British Bulldog and Owen Hart make their way out to the ring and grab a microphone from ringside.
Bulldog: Last week, myself and Owen did something that I’m sure not many people thought would happen. We cut the Ultimate Warrior down to size! All we’ve heard about since WrestleMania was how the Warrior was coming back, how big of an impact he was going to make. But if you ask me, the Bulldog and Owen Hart were the ones who made an impact!
Owen: Obviously all the hype around the Warrior was just that, hype. If you really want someone to talk about, someone who deserves some hype and some respect, you’re looking at them. Myself and the Bulldog are the two best wrestlers in the WWF, and if anyone like the Warrior or anyone else thinks they can steal our thunder and our spotlight they’ve got another thing coming. (80%)
Warrior Run-Off Bulldog and Owen pose in the ring to a chorus of boos from the fans, but those boos soon turn to cheers as the Ultimate Warrior comes sprinting down to the ring! Owen Hart is able to quickly get out of the ring, but Bulldog meets Warrior head to head. Warrior blocks a right hand and blasts Bulldog with a series of right hands of his own and then clotheslines Bulldog over the top rope and to the floor. Owen and Jim Cornette help Bulldog to his feet on the outside as Warrior stands tall in the ring. (78%)
The Bodydonnas w/Sunny defeated The Smoking Gunns by disqualification after run-ins by the Godwinns This was a non-title match, but a win by the Gunns would have been a big boost towards a title shot. The match was well executed, and the Gunns seemed to take control and have the upper hand when suddenly Henry and Phineas Godwinn ran down the aisle. As Billy and Bart set up Zip for the Sidewinder, The Godwinns slid in the ring and Henry blasted Skip in the head with the slop bucket as he made his way to try and break up the move. Unfortunately, it was in plain view of the referee, who called for the bell and gave the win to the champs by DQ. The Gunns and Godwinns had a few words in the ring as the Bodydonnas took their belts and went back up the aisle. (90%)
Vader w/Jim Cornette defeated Savio Vega after a Vaderbomb Vader was again dominant this week, dismantling Vega, who is no easy customer. Vader hit Vega with a powerbomb, then finished him off with the Vaderbomb for the impressive victory. (77%)
Challenge Answered Cornette then demands a microphone from ringside.
Cornette: Is this the best you’ve got? Unless you’ve been living under a rock here lately, you have seen this man demolish anyone and everyone in his path. One after the another they’ve all fallen at the feet of the Mastodon, the man they call Vader! This monster is a force of nature and a force to be reckoned with. There is nothing of God’s green earth that can stop Vader!
As soon as those words left Cornette’s mouth, the lights in the arena cut out, and then we heard the ominous GONG! of the Undertaker! A purple light cast over the ring as Cornette and Vader looked around confused. It looks like perhaps Cornette’s challenge has been answered by a man not of this world. (83%)
Intercontinental Title #1 Contenders Tournament Jake “The Snake” Roberts defeated Hunter Hearst-Helmsley after interference from Marc Mero This was the final first round match-up. Hunter controlled the pace of the match for the most part, but Jake did get some shots in. Towards the conclusion, Hunter caught Jake with a high knee to the face and started to set him up for the Pedigree when Marc Mero appeared in the aisle way. Hunter shoved Roberts to the mat and turned his attention to Mero. Mero got on the apron and after a few words Hunter took a swing at Mero, but Marc dodged it and gave Hunter a quick poke to the eye! Helmsley staggered around and was then caught with a DDT from Roberts and counted down for the three! Mero smiled as he backed up the aisle, having gained a bit of revenge on Hunter for last week’s interference, and now the semi-finals of the tournament are set. (73%)
Big Daddy Cool The music of Diesel then hits the arena and Big Daddy Cool struts out to the ring and grabs a microphone.
Diesel: So everyone wants to know why I came out last week and royally kicked Shawn Michaels’ ass last week. The simple answer, Shawn, is that you have something that I want, and you have something that rightfully belongs to me. Let’s take a history lesson, boys and girls. I was the WWF Champion for a year! I carried this company on my back for twelve long months. Then I lose the WWF Title, and do I get a rematch? No. So I go to the Royal Rumble in January and go through twenty eight other men, only to be eliminated by who? Shawn Michaels. Then, I finally get a WWF Title shot, and what happens? I get screwed out of the title by the Undertaker. So now I’ve taken matters into my own hands. And Shawn, last week was doing just that. You have something I want, and that’s the WWF Title. And Shawn, you should know better than anybody that when Big Daddy sets his mind to something, he gets it done. So it might be in your best interest to just hand me the WWF Title right now. You had your Hallmark moment at WrestleMania, but you and I both know that if you get in the ring with me, what you got last week will be just the beginning. (94%) Diesel gained overness from this segment.
HBK Doesn’t Back Down Before Diesel can go any further, Shawn Michaels appears in the aisle. He and Diesel have a short stare down before HBK charges the ring and starts to trade punches with Diesel! The two go back and forth until Diesel rocks Michaels with a forearm to the face and whips HBK off the ropes, but Shawn ducks a clothesline and hit Diesel with a flying forearm. WWF officials then hit the ring and try to separate the two men. A group of officials each back the two men into separate corners, but the HBK gets loose an jumps into the pile of officials holding Diesel back to get him some more of Big Daddy Cool! Raw comes to a close with mayhem in the ring as Michaels and Diesel continue to go at each other. (95%)
WWF Monday Night Raw Overall Rating: 84% TV Rating: 6.02 Attendance: 7,026 Ticket Sales: $281,040
E-Mails "Billy Gunn and Bart Gunn blend as a team really well, probably due to their similar styles."- Road Agent "ader and Savio Vega didn't 'click' in their match, maybe due to their mismatched skills causing their styles not to gel?"- Road Agent "Our ratings battle with Monday Nitro is so close that neither show is gaining a clear advantage!"- Sophie
News *1-2-3 Kid has sustained an arm injury and will be out of action for 2 months.
WCW Monday Nitro TV Rating: 5.69 Attendnace: 5,030 Ticket Sales: $201,200
News *WCW have fired Jim Powers, Al Greene, and Mike Enos.
Good stuff so far. the IC title tournament looks to be great, I'm liking Austin's advancement. HBK's attitude is awesome, makes a great character. I thought the feud would be played out, but I'm liking this. keep it comin man
March 25, 1996 Commentators: Jim Ross and Todd Pettengill
Goldust defeated Bob Holly with the Curtain Call Ahmed Johnson cut a promo, hyping his semi-final tournament match on Raw Marty Jannetty and Hakushi defeated The Bushwhackers with a top rope fist drop/splash combo Steve Austin cut a promo, hyping his semi-final tournament match with Jake Roberts on Raw Crush defeated Duke Droese with a Full Nelson Bomb Ted Dibiase was interviewed and announced that, due to the injury to 1-2-3 Kid, he had enlisted the services of former Corporation member Tatanka to fill the voided spot. Hunter Hearst-Helmsley defeated with Aldo Montoya with the Pedigree.
WWF Superstars Overall Rating: 70% TV Rating: 5.15 Attendance: 7,008 Ticket Sales: $280,320
E-Mails "Aldo Montoya and me don't really click. How about booking me against someone like Billy Gunn? I think our styles would really work well together."- Hunter Hearst-Helmsley "Worldwide are trying to compete with us, but are being destroyed in the ratings."- Sophie "Here is my weekly report on our battle with WCW. They have more star power than us, and that is affecting our image. We are seen as having better workers, and this is causing fans to choose us over them. The fans see us as being the more professional promotion, thanks to our higher production values."- Sophie
WCW Worldwide TV Rating: 2.10 Attendance: 5,020 Ticket Sales: $200,800
March 26, 1996 Commentators: Vince McMahon and Jim Ross
Intercontinental Title #1 Contenders Tournament Semi-Final Ahmed Johnson defeated Tatanka with the Pearl River Plunge Tatanka was taking the place of the injured 1-2-3 Kid and led by Ted Dibiase. But Dibiase’s plan to increase his chances of managing the next IC champion were dashed by Johnson, who caught Tatanka with a boot to the gut as the Native American tried a tomahawk chop off the top rope and then planted him with the Pearl River Plunge to advance to the finals. (78%)
Good Friends, Better Enemies We now go to a video feed from WWF President Gorilla Monsoon.
Gorilla: Good evening ladies and gentlemen. I am with you tonight to make an announcement regarding out next pay-per-view event, In Your House. It is my ruling that on April 15 at In Your House, the WWF Champion Shawn Michaels will defend his title against Diesel. Furthermore, due to recent run of sneak attacks and brawls between these two men, I am ordering both Shawn Michaels and Diesel to have no physical contact with one another outside of a WWF-sanctioned match. If either man breaks this order before In Your House, either Diesel will lose his WWF Title shot, or Shawn Michaels will be stripped of the WWF Title. Thank you and enjoy the rest of your night. (84%) Gorilla Monsoon gained overness from this segment.
The Smoking Gunns defeated The Godwinns w/Hillbilly Jim with the Sidewinder Our commentators noted that the winners of this match would receive a WWF Tag Team Title shot at In Your House. The match went back and forth until the Gunns gained a bit of an upper hand. After Henry broke up a pin attempt, he held Bart in place for an open shot, but Bart ducked a clothesline from Phineas and PIG collided with HOG and sent him to the outside. The Gunns used the opportunity to set Phineas up for the Sidewinder and registered the three count to move on to In Your House and a tag team title match. (78%)
Wildman Challenges the Blue Blood We now go to the interview area where Todd Pettengill is with Marc Mero.
Todd: I’m standing here with the “Wildman” Marc Mero, along with the lovely Sable. And Marc, we have seen the back and forth battle you have been having recently with one Hunter Hearst-Helmsley. It started at WrestleMania where you saved Sable from Hunter’s rude treatment of her, and then escalated into each of you costing the other their matches in the Intercontinental Title tournament. Will we see a resolution to this conflict anytime soon?
Mero: Oh, there will be a resolution. Not surprisingly, the only punches Hunter Hearst-Helmsley has thrown at me so far have been from behind. But I’ve got a challenge for Hunter Hearst-Helmsley. If he’s got the guts to face me man to man, face to face, I say we do it at In Your House! One on one, man to man, and I promise you, Hunter, I will take you for a walk on the wildside that you will never forget! (69%) Marc Mero gained overness from this segment.
Vader w/Jim Cornette defeated Bob Holly with the Vader Bomb Vader continued his rampade on Raw, destroying Bob Holly with a series of clotheslines and planting him with a powerbomb. Vader then finished his opponent off with the Vader Bomb. As Vader and Cornette posed in the ring, the lights cut out in the arena and the ominous GONG! is heard of the Undertaker! A purple light then illuminates the ring and the Undertaker himself is standing behind Vader! The crowd erupts as Vader slowly starts to turn around and comes face to face with the Deadman, but the lights cut out again. When they come back on, the Undertaker is gone! Vader and Cornette look around befuddled as the mind games have begun from the Phenom. (73%)
Intercontinental Title #1 Contenders Tournament Semi-Final Steve Austin w/Ted Dibiase defeated Jake “The Snake” Roberts with the Stunner In the second semi-final of the night, Roberts put up a good fight, but the wily veteran couldn’t quite pull this one out. Jake went for the DDT, but Austin blocked it by holding on to the top rope, causing Jake to come down hard on the back of his head on the mat. Roberts stumbled back to his feet and was met with a boot to the gut, followed by a new finisher from Austin that he calls The Stunner. It did its job well as Austin got the pinfall and moved on to the finals. (75%)
Time to Shine We now go to the interview area where Todd Pettengill is with Hunter Hearst-Helmsley.
Todd: I’m standing here with Hunter Hearst-Helmsley, who has a huge non-title match with the WWF Champion Shawn Michaels later on tonight. But before I get to that, what is your response to Marc Mero’s challenge that he laid out for In Your House?
Hunter: You know, it’s just like that miserable Marc Mero to try and steal my thunder tonight by challenging me to a match and trying to put the spotlight on himself. I have the biggest match in my career in just a few moments. Mero is of no concern to me. If Marc Mero wants me to give him a wrestling lesson at In Your House, so be it, but right now I am focused on Shawn Michaels. Tonight will be a glorious night in my career, because after I beat the Heartbreak Kid tonight in a non-title match, I will be the rightful number one contender and Gorilla Monsoon will be forced to give me a title shot. And then Hunter Hearst-Helmsley will take his rightful place as the World Wrestling Federation Champion. (82%)
Ultimate Warrior defeated British Bulldog w/Jim Cornette with the gorilla press slam and body splash This was two powerhouses going at it. Bulldog was able to slow Warrior down, but as we’ve seen many time the Warrior started to pump up and make his comeback. Warrior blasted Bulldog with a few clotheslines and impressively gorilla press slammed Bulldog. Warrior then hit a body splash to the back and rolled Bulldog over to register the three. Following the win as Warrior celebrated in the ring, Owen Hart came running down the aisle with a chair. Owen slid in the ring and cracked the chair over Warrior’s back. Warrior only went down to one knee and began to make it to his feet, but Owen then nailed Warrior in the head with the steel chair! Warrior fell to the mat unconscious, and Owen and Bulldog stood in the ring and posed to boos from the crowd. (80%)
Shawn Michaels defeated Hunter Hearst-Helmsley with Sweet Chin Music These two put on a great match. Hunter controlled the tempo early, but couldn’t seem to put HBK away. Hunter went for the Pedigree, but HBK escaped and took Hunter down with a double leg takedown and slingshot Hunter into the buckle. This began HBK’s comeback as Michaels blasted Hunter with a flying forearm and hit an elbow drop from the top rope. HBK then tuned up the band and hit Hunter with Sweet Chin Music for the win. (89%)
Head Games As Michaels celebrated his and headed back up the aisle, Diesel emerged from the curtain and came face to face with HBK. Diesel and Michaels talked some smack and Diesel dared Michaels to hit him, extending his jaw and pointing to it. Michaels looked as though he was thinking about it, but obviously the “no physical contact” clause was in the back of his mind. Diesel smirked and made a belt motion around his waist, signaling that the WWF Title would be his at In Your House. (90%)
WWF Monday Night Raw Overall Rating: 80% TV Rating: 6.08 Attendance: 7,004 Ticket Sales: $280,160
E-Mails "Ahmed Johnson and Tatanka work pretty well together due to their similar styles."- Road Agent "ur ratings battle with Monday Nitro is so close that neither show is gaining a clear advantage!"- Sophie
WCW Monday Night Nitro TV Rating: 5.45 Attendance: 4,029 Ticket Sales: 161,160