–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.
–Jim Ross and Todd Pettengill narrate a video package for why Bret Hart and Henry Godwinn are facing each other in a rematch of their Superstars encounter, which occurred two weeks ago, on today’s show. Godwinn says that he will give Bret the beating of his life.
–Ross and Pettengill are in charge of commentary and they are taped from Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
–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.
–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.
–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.”
–Vince McMahon and Dok Hendrix are manning the booth and we are live from Syracuse, New York!
–Todd Pettengill interviews Bret Hart, who says that he will continue to prove that he is “the best there is, best there was, and the best there ever will be.” He wishes happy Mother’s Day to his mother in Canada and says he looks forward to taking care of Jerry Lawler after he beats Hakushi in the opening match.
–Vince McMahon and Dok Hendrix are on commentary duties and they are still in Des Moines, Iowa.
–Jim Ross and Todd Pettengill recap the Diesel-Bam Bam Bigelow match for the WWF title that occurred on Monday Night RAW, as well as how Bigelow turned face after the bout when he was beaten down by the Million Dollar Corporation.
–Ross and Pettengill are doing commentary for today’s show and they are taped from Moline, Illinois. The tapings took place on April 26 and had a papered attendance of 5,500.
–Ross and Pettengill announce that the 1-2-3 Kid was supposed to face Jeff Jarrett for the Intercontinental title on today’s show but he is injured. As a result, Bob Holly will face Jarrett instead. Jarrett says that he will show Holly how great he is, while Holly promises to cross the finish line.
–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.
–Todd Pettengill recaps the end of last week’s main event between Razor Ramon and Tatanka, which resulted in a double count out and saw a brawl between both participants, the 1-2-3 Kid, and King Kong Bundy.
–Todd Pettengill and Gorilla Monsoon are doing commentary, with both of them still in Lowell, Massachusetts. They allow Pettengill to do the lead play-by-play duties for the show, which is really puzzling.
–McMahon promises to show footage of Sid’s attack on Shawn Michaels despite the fact that such footage has already aired on Superstars and The Action Zone. He also hypes tonight’s six-man tag match between Bret Hart, Bob Holly, and the 1-2-3 Kid and Hakushi, Owen Hart, and Yokozuna. Owen cuts a brief promo about how the heel team will squash the babyfaces, with Yokozuna getting in his usual “BANZAI!”
–Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are in the booth via the green screen and they are taped from Poughkeepsie, New York.
–Jim Ross and Stan Lane are tasked with the commentary duties for today’s show and they are taped from Lowell, Massachusetts. The tapings for this month’s set of episodes took place on April 5, 1995.
Sunday Night Slam was a show that the company aired a couple of times in 1994 and one time in 1995. It served as a lead-in for big pay-per-view events like SummerSlam and Survivor Series and tried to entice fans to buy the shows by showcasing the major feuds and angles in various matches. It was not quite a Clash of the Champions concept that WCW was using but it did provide the company with additional exposure on USA Network outside of its usual timeslots for Monday Night RAW, WWF Mania, and The Action Zone. Later on, the name of the show would be used to hype other pay-per-view events before the Free for All was created in January 1996, but it never again featured original matches.
–Vince McMahon and Jim Ross are doing commentary for the event. The matches were taped along with several episodes of Monday Night RAW on March 13 in Stockton, California.