–Vince McMahon and Dok Hendrix are in the booth and they are live from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We are in ECW country, as illustrated by hat guy being in the front row opposite the hard camera.
–Vince McMahon and Dok Hendrix are in the booth and they are concluding the tapings in Wheeling, West Virginia. Hendrix relives his Freebird days by dancing to Michaels theme music in the announce booth.
–A video package recaps how the Shawn Michaels-Rad Radford feature match was set up on last week’s show.
–Jim Ross and Todd Pettengill are broadcasting today’s edition of the show and they are still in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
–Vince McMahon hypes tonight’s Lex Luger-Yokozuna main event, recapping their old feud that began nearly two years ago. He ignores their WrestleMania X bout but the best part about the package is that it gives the company an excuse to bring back the “I’ll Be Your Hero” song. Yokozuna’s manager Jim Cornette and Luger cut quick promos against each other before RAW’s opening song kicks on.
–McMahon and Jerry Lawler have the commentary duties and they are still in Struthers, Ohio. Lawler promises more training footage of how he is preparing for The King of the Ring.
–Jim Ross narrates a video package that puts over Adam Bomb and Jean-Pierre LaFitte, announcing that both men will face each other on today’s show.
–Ross and Stan Lane are doing commentary and they are kicking off a new set of tapings in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The tapings were done on June 7 and according to historyofwwe.com they drew 2,000 fans.
–Jerry Lawler notes how much his feet stink and that he would not want to be Aldo Montoya later in today’s show.
–Vince McMahon and Dok Hendrix are in charge of commentary and they are taped from Wheeling, West Virginia. The tapings were held on June 6 and historyofwwe.com says that they drew 3,800 fans.
–The WWF blimp is shown hovering over Struthers High School, where tonight’s show is taking place, and Bob Backlund is seen giving a campaign speech, telling students that if they do not get an education the government is going to put them back in slavery. Vince McMahon does not reveal that the show is actually coming from a high school, though, as he says it is from an arena.
–McMahon and Jerry Lawler are on commentary and they are live from Struthers, Ohio. According to historyofwwe.com the show drew a sellout crowd of 1,450 fans. McMahon, like a good promoter, makes sure to mention that the last episode did a record rating. Lawler gloats that he has tricked Bret Hart into signing up for a “kiss my foot” match.
–Vince McMahon says that on today’s show Jerry Lawler will make a “royal decision” about whether to accept Bret Hart’s challenge.
–McMahon and Dok Hendrix are handling commentary and they are doing the last of this cycle of tapings in Danbury, Connecticut.
–Intercontinental Champion Jeff Jarrett cuts an in-ring promo against the Undertaker for their King of the Ring qualifying match later tonight, saying that he will be a “shoo in” for the tournament. Jarrett’s promo is interrupted by the lights flickering.
–Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are doing commentary and they are concluding the tapings in Binghamton, New York.
–A promo video puts over how King Kong Bundy is going to try to put Shawn Michaels on the shelf permanently tonight in their King of the Ring qualifying match.
–Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are in the booth and they are taped from Binghamton, New York.
–A video package hypes today’s Sid-Bob Holly feature match, with Sid saying that Holly has made the biggest mistake of his life by agreeing to face him.
–Jim Ross and Todd Pettengill are doing commentary and they are inaugurating a new set of tapings in Springfield, Massachusetts. The tapings were held on May 17 and drew 2,800 fans according to historyofwwe.com.
–In a video package to hype tonight’s main event IRS and Bam Bam Bigelow cut promos against each other. IRS hits a home run by threatening to get a lien of Bigelow’s tattoos.
–Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are tasked with commentary and they are live from Binghamton, New York. As expected, Lawler gloats about beating Bret Hart at In Your House and that he did that “all by himself.”