April 24, 1994
From the Westchester County Center in White Plains, NY
Your hosts are Stan Lane and Ted DiBiase
This week in action are The Headshrinkers, Earthquake, Diesel, and Lex Luger. Plus, an interview with Jeff Jarrett and more!
The SmarK Rant for WWF Monday Night RAW – 04.13.98
Back to 1998 again by special request. Of course, this show is notable for being the NITRO KILLER, shattering all ratings records for the show to that point and then only going up from there.
Last week: Steve Austin supposedly joins Mr. McMahon as the corporate champion, but then reveals that it’s all a ruse and hits Vince in the nuts.
Live from Philadelphia, PA, drawing 14280 for a sellout.
So here’s my question – has the WWE misused Lawler all these years? Would he have worked in a trainer/agent role? How would you have used him?
Between Buddy Roberts managing the Samoan Swat Team in the AWA and Baron managing the Powers Of Pain in WWF (right in the same timeframe), what other nonsensical and weird manager/wrestler pairings do you recollect? Bonus points for Teddy Long/Jim Powers
Oliver Humperdink as a babyface manager for Bam Bam Bigelow was pretty out there.
Date: April 21, 2005
Location: Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York
Commentators: Michael Cole, Tazz
The search for a #1 contender continues with Booker T. vs. Big Show for the final spot in the #1 contenders triple threat match. The other, and likely more interesting, story is the issues between Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio, who are still the reigning Smackdown Tag Team Champions. For now at least. Let’s get to it.