What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – July 31, 1995

Todd Pettengill hypes tonight’s tag team title match between Owen Hart and Yokozuna and Razor Ramon and Savio Vega.

Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are tonight’s commentary team and they are taped from Louisville, Kentucky.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – July 24, 1995

-The ending of the Shawn Michaels-Jeff Jarrett match at In Your House 2 is shown, with Vince McMahon going nuts about how Michaels is now a three-time Intercontinental champion.

McMahon and Jerry Lawler are doing commentary and they are live from Louisville, Kentucky.  According to thehistoryofwwe.com, these RAW tapings drew 4,181 fans.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – July 17, 1995

Irwin R. Schyster and Shawn Michaels cut dueling promos against each other for tonight’s main event, with Michaels saying that he is going to do what lots of Americans want to do in slapping around the tax man.

Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are doing commentary and they are concluding the tapings in Danville, Pennsylvania.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – July 10, 1995

Vince McMahon recaps Sid’s cowardly behavior that dates back to a sneak attack on Shawn Michaels the night after WrestleMania XI.  Sid says that he will tell the audience later tonight why he does not fear a lumberjack match against Diesel at In Your House 2.

McMahon and Jerry Lawler are tonight’s commentary team and they are still taped from Danville, Pennsylvania.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – July 3, 1995

Vince McMahon recaps how Shawn Michaels and Jeff Jarrett had an altercation at the end of last week’s show after Jarrett defended the Intercontinental title against Savio Vega.

Sid and Bam Bam Bigelow cut promos against each other for tonight’s feature match.  Sid promises to give Bigelow a Ph.D. in pain, while Bigelow promises to set Sid on fire, with a fireball included as part of the promo.

McMahon and Jerry Lawler, who is guzzling what is supposed to be mouth wash, are doing commentary and they are still in Danville, Pennsylvania.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – June 26, 1995

Vince McMahon recaps the “kiss my foot” match that took place at The King of the Ring.  It is a great exercise in McMahon overselling something as he narrates all the events with a sense of urgency as if the match is unfolding again.

McMahon and Shawn Michaels are doing commentary and they are live from Danville, Pennsylvania.  Lawler is not present because he is still recovering from the ill-effects of the King of the Ring.  According to historyofwwe.com the show drew a sellout crowd of 2,700.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – June 19, 1995

Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are on commentary and are broadcasting from Struthers, Ohio as we conclude the tapings and prepare for this weekend’s King of the Ring pay-per-view.  McMahon says that the stench coming from our television set is due to Lawler’s feet.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – June 12, 1995

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.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – June 5, 1995

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.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – May 29, 1995

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.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – May 22, 1995

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.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – May 15, 1995

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.”

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – May 8, 1995

Vince McMahon recaps Sid’s sneak attack on Razor Ramon last week.  He questions whether Sid was participating in an act of cowardice or trying to send a message to WWF Champion Diesel.

McMahon and Jerry Lawler have the announce duties and they are concluding the tapings in Omaha, Nebraska as we head to In Your House this Sunday.  Lawler goes into a hilarious rant about how he will beat Bret Hart at In Your House, lamenting that Bret has insulted him and made fun of his family, the very things that Lawler has been doing toward Bret for the past two years.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – May 1, 1995

Vince McMahon recaps the Diesel-Bam Bam Bigelow WWF title match on last week’s show.  McMahon makes sure to note that a record television audience watched the title defense.

McMahon and Jerry Lawler are in the booth and they are still in Omaha, Nebraska.  Lawler has his open contract for Bret Hart with him, although he does not seem too happy to know that Bret will appear later tonight to confront him.

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What the World Was Watching: Monday Night RAW – April 24, 1995

A video package hypes tonight’s main event for the WWF title between Diesel and Bam Bam Bigelow.  Vince McMahon plays up that Sid is not happy that Bigelow is getting a title shot prior to In Your House.

Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are doing commentary and they are live from Omaha, Nebraska.  Historyofwwe.com notes that of the 5,800 that attended the tapings, only 4,000 paid.

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