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WWF 1993 Review

Discussion in 'The Fab Section' started by Koutei Senshi, Aug 13, 2018.

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    Koutei Senshi

    Koutei Senshi You Know What Time It Is

    WELCOME EVERYBODY TO MONDAY NIGHT RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW!

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    WWF World Heavyweight Champion: Bret Hart
    WWF Intercontinental Champion: Shawn Michaels
    WWF World Tag Team Champions: Money Inc.

    WWF Monday Night RAW: Episode 1
    January 11th, 1993
    Manhattan Center: New York City

    Outside the building, Sean Mooney is talking about RAW's big debut when Bobby Heenan walks by trying to get in, but Sean tells him he's be replaced. Heenan says he can buy a ticket, but it's sold out they continue to argue as we cut to the intro.

    Vince welcomes us to the show from ringside, he's on commentary with "Macho Man" Randy Savage and Rob Bartlett.

    Koko B. Ware vs. Yokozuna (w/Mr. Fuji)
    Pretty decent squash, Yoko uses his power to throw Koko around who takes some awesome bumps. Huge legdrop and Banzai Drop ends it.

    ROYAL RUMBLE! JANUARY 24TH

    Pre-tape airs, Bobby Heenan is talking about the "Narcissus" he says comparing Mr Perfect to the Narcissus, would be like comparing ice-cream to Horse manor. Horse manor has its place in the world, but Perfect there is only one room for someone that is truly anatomically perfect. That is physically and mentally beyond imagination. The Narcissus is so beyond perfect, it's like he's from another galaxy. So when you see me unveil the "Narcissus" at the royal rumble you will know he's more than perfect.

    The Executioners vs. The Steiner Brothers
    I always forget the Stieners had a run in the WWF, IDK why though. This is basically a Stieniers showcase, they beat up these jobbers before hitting the Doomsday Steinerdog for the win. I should point out, during the match Doink was in the crowd fucking with the fans.

    Outside the building, A woman claiming to be Rob Bartlett's aunt trying to get in, but security stops her. Sean Mooney pulls off the wig........................and OH, MY GOD! It's Bobby Heenan. SWERVE!

    Vince McMahon is in the ring and is joined by Razor Ramon, Razor has this fly ass short sleeve black and white shirt, but on the front left side is colored and he's dripping in gold. BRUH THE SWAGGER IN ON 100 THOUSAND MILLION! Vince asks him about his upcoming title match against Bret Hart at the Rumble. And Razor says "Look at me, mang. I was waz born ready, chico" When you say golden opportunity, that's got Razor Ramon written all over it. Vince says it took Bret 8 years to get the title, and Razor says it took Bret 8 years to become the top man, while it only took him 8 months. Vince shows footage of Razor attacking Owen on an episode of Superstars. Razor says he did it and he knows Bret can do nothing about, and he can't do nothing about him taking his gold at the rumble.

    In a pre-tape, Tatanka says he and his people speak to the great spirits for blessings. Let's get a hold for headlock of hunger.

    WWF Intercontinental Champion: Max Moon vs. Shawn Michaels
    Best match of the show so far, Shawn is super cocky and is one step ahead but once he gets too cocky that allows Max to use his speed and lucha style to throw Shawn off. Max targets Shawn's arm for the first half before we go to break, but once we return Shawn lawn darts him into the middle turnbuckle to takeover. UGH! for some reason, this loser Rob Bartlett starts doing Mike Tyson impressions and it totally kills my will to watch this year. HOLY SHIT! THIS IS SO BAD! Shawn fills time with punches and slams before we get a mini-max comeback but Shawn puts a stop to it with a superkick and the AngleSlam Suplex for the win. **

    Shawn/Marty @ The Rumble

    In a pre-tape, Shawn says Marty is undeserving of this title shot, but being Mr. Cool that he is, he'll give him one anyway. And Everybody wants to know who's corner will Sherri be in. Well, I haven't had a chance to talk to her but like any woman, she'll be in the heartbreak kids corner.

    In a pre-tape, Marty says at the Rumble he's gonna get everything he wants and might even call it "Marty Jannetty Day" First, capture the IC title then end your career, Shawn.

    Mean Gene announces that Ric Flair, Tatanka, IRS, Bob Backlund, Jerry Lawler, Mr. Perfect, Million Dollar Man, Crush, Rick Martel, Yokozuna, Macho Man, Papa Shango, Earthquake, Berserker, Undertaker, Carlos Colon, "The Great" Ken Roo, El Matador, Tito Santano, Typhoon, both Headshrinkers and Jim Duggan are all in the rumble.

    In a pre-tape, Mr Fuji says it doesn't matter who is in the rumble, his man Yoko will be the winner.

    Outside the building, fans are lining up to get tickets for new weeks raw, when Rob Bartlett's Uncle Maury tries to enter the building. Sean pulls his beard off and OH, MY GOD! IT'S BOBBY HEENAN AGAIN! SWERVE!

    The Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) vs. Damian Demento
    Taker squash, Damian is fuckin' awful. Nikka sold being slammed face first into the mat, by grabbing the back of his head. Fuck me. Tombstone ends it.

    At ringside, Vince is with Doink, he says Crush has warned Doink about making children cry. Doink says it's not his fault if they don't have a sense of humor, and all that matters is if he laughs. He says if Crush was out here, he'd make him cry too, so Crush walks out. He says if he catches him playing his stupid tricks on anyone, he'll put him in a full cast BRAH! Doink sprays him with a water gun, and Crush chases him around the ring before sliding into the ring. Doink laughs all the way to the back.

    Outside the building, Sean Mooney tells Heenan that he can go in, but the show has finished.
     
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  2. Chris

    Chris It's me, it's me

    You got the Bret/Lawler feud to look forward to later in the year but I don't remember much else from this year that stands out other than a few Michaels/Jannetty matches Bret and Perfect should carry everyone to decent stuff when they're out there as well
     
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    Koutei Senshi

    Koutei Senshi You Know What Time It Is

    WWF World Heavyweight Champion: Bret Hart
    WWF Intercontinental Champion: Shawn Michaels
    WWF World Tag Team Champions: Money Inc.

    WWF Monday Night RAW:
    January 18th, 1993
    Manhattan Center: New York City

    Vince, Savage, and Bartlett are at ringside when outta nowhere, Repo man attacks Savage from behind. He beats him down before taking his hat and bailing through the crowd.

    "Terrific" Terri Taylor vs. Mr. Perfect
    This is rather fun, Terri does a bunch of WWF'esk stalling and heel antics, he keeps trying to frustrate Perfect but it doesn't work. Heenan phones in for a bit, Perfect controls on the mat for the first half, but when we return from break Terri starts hitting these awesome punches and takes over working the jaw :mark: after a Perfect chinlock, the match moves into a pretty good slugfest with both guys connecting with awesome punches with the occasional big move for a near fall. As Perfect makes a comeback, Flair comes out and distracts him. Allowing Terri to throw him tot he floor, Terri distracts the ref long enough for Flair to go nuts with punches and shit. He rolls him back in, but Terri makes the mistake of going for a suplex, which Perfect counters into the PerfectPlex for the win. Good stuff. **3/4

    SNAP INTO A SLIMJIM!

    Vince is in the ring and brings out WWF Champion Bret Hart. Bret says it's one thing to insult him, but to insult his family and assault his brother and father is another thing. He calls Razor Ramon the lowest form of scum in the entire WWF, and at the Royal Rumble, he's going to show why he is the WWF Champion and the toughest, meanest and the best.

    Marty Jannetty vs. Glen Ruth
    Basic Marty showcase, for some reason it goes for 6 minutes. Which is far too long. Shawn phones in for a bit to shit on Marty for being Marty. Marty hits a fame-asser type move for the win.

    This past weekend on Superstars, Doink gives Crush a flower, and he accepts it but when Crush turns his back to him Doink PULLS OFF HIS FAKE ARM AND ATTACKS HIM WITH IT! FUCK YES! He keeps beating him with it until Crush is out cold, referees and agents pull Doink off, and he runs off laughing.

    Sean Mooney is with Repo Man outside the building, Repo is now wearing Savage's hat. Repo says Savage deserved it as he's always late on his hat payments :lmao and he never paid him any attention. Savage loses it on commentary and leaves to go find him.

    In a pre-tape, Razor says he understands it's personal now, 1 week to go, everybody knows Razor Ramon. Gold on his neck, gold on his fingers and when he's done with him. Gold around my waist.

    Outside the building, Savage is in the streets looking for Repo but Sean says Repo has left.

    Tito Santana vs. Ric Flair
    Typical flair formula, he bumps well and makes Tito look like he's in the same class as him. Tito's offense is mainly headlocks, shoulder blocks, and clotheslines. Flair took over during the break and works the head, it's Flair so punches, kneedrops, and chops. Tito makes an awesome comeback, but Mr. Perfect runs out to attack Ric Flair for the DQ. **1/2

    Flair and Perfect continue to brawl around ringside, until agents and refs all break it up. They eventually break free and fight all the way to the back.

    Back from break, Perfect and Flair brawl back out :mark: the agents and refs hold Perfect back as Flair goes over to Vince, he says he says this place isn't big enough for the both of them, and he wants Mr. Perfect next week. He says one of them will stay and one will go, and he wants Perfect in a Loser Leaves Town Match. Flair says Perfect isn't man enough, and he'll never see the day in his life that he beats Ric Flair, and Flair walks off.

    Mr. Perfect comes back out and Vince tells him about Flair's challenge, Perfect says he'll take it a in heartbeat, he's got him. Vince asks about putting his career on the line. Perfect says if this is what it takes for him to put his hands on Ric Flair, then so be it, and he'll put up his career to take out Ric Flair.

    In the parking lot, Repo man is celebrating stealing Macho's hat, he also has repoed Bartlett car.
     
  4. Deezy

    Deezy Well-Known Member

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    thst fat fuck Bartlett makes the old guy from King of The Ring 94 look like Jim Ross.
     
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    Koutei Senshi

    Koutei Senshi You Know What Time It Is

    WWF World Heavyweight Champion: Bret Hart
    WWF Intercontinental Champion: Shawn Michaels
    WWF World Tag Team Champions: Money Inc.

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    WWF Royal Rumble
    January 24th, 1993
    Sacramento, California

    Commentary: Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan

    The Beverly Brothers vs. The Steiner Brothers
    So this is fun, Scotty and Rick get the better of both Beverly brothers, who keep complaining that the Stieners are cheaters, which I love when heels do that. Beverly are awesome bumpers, but I guess that have no choice when the Stieners just throw you around. They eventually hit an illegal double team on Scott to takeover. They both work the lower back, singular and double teams, mixed in with cheating. Everything is just solid, nothing feels wasted and old school. Rick has a dope hot tag just suplexing both men around it's great, everything looks so brutal. Scotty recovers and fucking murders one of them with a standing frankenstiener dropping him right on the top of his head for the win. **3/4

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    Shawn/Marty video package airs.

    Sensational Sherri comes out to sit at ringside in a neutral corner.

    WWF Intercontinental Championship: Marty Jannetty vs. Shawn Michaels
    Monsoon dubs Shawn the wrestler of the 90's here, and he quickly proves him right with his awesome Shawn pinball bumping, god damn Shawn is a great bumper, he out here making knee lifts and hair throws look like it's the most vicious thing in wrestling. Marty tries 1 high risk move too many and Shawn hit him in the mid-section to takeover, he follows up by ramming Marty's shoulder into the ringpost and begins working over it and it's really good, looks of stomps, punches and just throwing Marty's hurt arm into parts of the ring. Marty's selling is really good too, he keeps the arm close to his body the entire heat period. Shawn takes too long on the middle rope, which allows Marty to get the bootup and mount a comeback. Sadly Marty stops selling the arm like at all, and they move into trading big moves. On the floor, Sherri slaps Shawn, and Marty brings him back in with a suplex for two. Shawn again goes into bumping god mode, and Marty gets a series of near falls. Marty ducks Shawn's superkick, and drills one of his own for two. The ref accidentally gets elbowed, and Marty holds Shawn up for Sherri to hit him with her shoe, but Shawn ducks and Marty gets hit with the shoe. Shawn talks down to her but then hits Marty with a superkick as he sees him getting back to his feet and covers for the win. ***

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    Backstage: Sherri runs to the back, and Shawn goes after her. But Marty attacks him from behind. Agents and refs break it up.

    Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Big Bossman
    This starts off really well, with Bam Bam attacking Bossman from behind before the bell and pretty much beats on him for a couple of minutes until Bossman makes a comeback with punches and clubbing blows of his own. Sadly it slowly dies once Bam Bam regains control and he slows it down with holds, stomps and lots of taunting. Bossman has another really solid comeback, but it gets cut short with a big boot and Bam Bam hits the diving headbutt off the top for the win. If they would have cut this to 6 instead of 10 it would have been so much better. **

    Backstage: Mean Gene is with World Champion Bret Hart, Gene asks him being a fighting champion means a lot, but asks about how personal this match tonight it. Bret says Razor will pay for everything, and he will defend his families honor.

    WWF World Heavyweight Championship: Razor Ramon vs. Bret Hart
    Bret falls into Razor's trap of making him slug it out to start, so Razor gets the early momentum until Bret avoid the corner charge and Razor goes knee first into the top turnbuckle, that allows Bret to work the legs. It's Bret working the leg so it ruled. Razor sells it really well but gradually forgets once he takes over again after sending Bret rib first into the ring post. Razor's rib work is dope, he slowly stalks Bret and finds his opening with kicks and knee. Softening Bret up for the big throw moves. Bret busts out the brutal looking sternum turnbuckle spot, which always looks nasty. Razor fills a lot of his heat with an abdominal stretch like 4 minutes of it, Bret hip tosses out and makes a comeback, and now it's Bret who doesn't sell :( Bret has a pretty awesome Tope Suicida though, they have a solid finishing stretch with Razor having the sharpshooter scouted and even uses the ref to accidentally break it up, so he can go back to attacking the ribs/kidneys. Bret counters the Razor's edge into a backslide for two, he then randomly busts out the test of strength hold but Bret counters into a sunset flip pin, Bret then locks in the Sharpshooter from the mat and Razor taps. Lack of selling really hurt this. **3/4

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    Bobby "The Brain" Heenan leaves commentary and introduces the moment we've all been waiting for. The unveiling of THE NARCISSIST LEX LUGER! Lex poses in front of a bunch of mirrors as Heenan hypes him up. Heenan asks Lex to say something to that goofball in the back, who is truly not perfect. Lex says he's truly incredible and will be without a shadow of a doubt, the most dominant force in WWF history and all other wrestlers will bow down before the most metamorphically magnificent specimen in the world, and he's BEYOND perfection. He knows everyone is impressed with him, but I know Mr. Perfect will find out how perfect he really is, and that's only if he has the guts to accept his challenge.

    WrestleMania IX @ Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    The winner of the Royal Rumbler gets a WWF title match at WrestleMania.

    Royal Rumble Match
    #1 Ric Flair, #2 Bob Backlund, they have a pretty okay 2-minute interaction, it's built around Flair bumping around. #3 is Papa Shango, Shango goes right at Backlund, which allows Ric to sneak up from behind and dump Shango to the floor. #4 is Ted DiBiase, #5 is Brian Knobbs, #6 is Virgil. Ted and Virgil have a fun little fight, Knobbs goes charging in but Ted low bridges the top rope and sends him to the floor. #7 Is Jerry Lawler and we get Lawler/Flair AWESOMENESS! #8 is Max Moon, Moon goes right at Lawler and Flair before charging again at Lawler in the corner and Lawler dumps him to the floor. #9 is Genichiro Tenryu, he and Flair have this awesome chop-off :mark: Flair again being the MVP of the Rumble so far. #10 is Mr. Perfect and he goes right for Flair, and shocker it's awesome. They brawl all around the ring. #11 is Skinner. Perfect then pie-faces Flair out.

    And in an amazing callback, Heenan yells out "THAT'S NOT FAIR TO FLAIR"

    #12 is Koko B. Ware, and he goes at everyone. Perfect dropkicks Skinner out, #13 is Samu, #14 is The Berzerker. Perfect/Lawer/Backlund have these awesome little interactions until Perfect backdrops, Lawler, out, Ted then jumps Perfect on the apron and tries to kicks him off. Lawler then gets involved and helps pull Perfect to the floor. FUCK YEAH! King and Perfect fight on the floor, as Virgil gets dumped out. #15 is The Undertaker. Berzerker and Backlund brawl on the floor and Berzerker hits him with a chair and slams him on the concrete. Taker tosses Samu and Tenryu out. #16 is Terry Taylor who goes right at Koko, RACIST! :side: Ted allows them to fight, before sneaking in and dumping both men out. Ted then turns around and Taker chokeslams him before throwing him out. Taker then eliminates Berzerker but NEVERMIND THAT!

    HARVEY WHIPPLEMAN LEADS OUT GIANT GONZALEZ, MOTHERFUCKER!

    #17 is Damien Demento but he stands on the floor and watches on, Gonzalez chops Taker a few times before throwing him out. Gonzalez beats up Taker on the floor before, bringing Taker back in and dropping him with his own Chokeslam. #18 is IRS as agents and refs finally pull Gonzalez away. Damien and IRS bring Backlund back in and stomp on him before turning on one another, Taker says laid out in the corner. #19 is Tatanka. PAUL BEARER COMES BACK OUT WITH THE URN AND TAKER SITS UP! AND THEY GO TO THE BACK! #20 is Jerry Sags, #21 is Typhoon, #22 is Fatu, #23 is Earthquake. YO FUCK THIS RUMBLE NOW! Earthquake and Typhoon start fighting right away like morons, and Quake eliminates him. #24 is Carlos Colon and throws Demento out. #25 is Tito Santana, as Backlund throws Fatu out. #26 is Rick Martel. Tito/Rick have like the 3rd best pairing of the match. IRS charges in at quake, but he ducks and IRS goes out. Backlund has been in for 50+ minutes and has some awesome tease moments. #27 is Yokozuna who quickly throws Tatanka and Carlos out.

    YOKOZUNA/EARTHQUAKE FACE OFF!!!!!!

    #28 is Owen Hart, FUCK YEAH! Quake hits the corner charge on Yoko, but as he goes for it a 2nd time Yoko avoids and tosses him out. #29 is Repo man, and #30 IS RANDY SAVAGE! Savage goes right after Repo, as Yoko hurls Santana over the top to the floor. Owen dropkicks Sags over the top to the floor, but Yoko then throws Owen out as Savage throws out Repo. We're down to Bob Backlund, Rick Martel, Yokozuna, Randy Savage. Backlund has been in for over an hour now. Rick/Backlund pair off as does Savage/Yoko. Rick has Bob on his shoulders, but Bob slips free and crotches Rick on the top rope before punching Rick out. FUCK YEAH! Backlund begins throwing dropkicks at Yoko, before sidestepping a 3rd and he THROWS BOB OUT! :( Yoko/Savage is fun for a couple of minutes, they tease someone finally being able to get Yoko off his feet. He gets him down to one knee with double axes off the top but as Savage comes charging in, Yoko drills him with a superkick and he begins beating him down. Yoko misses a backsplash in the corner and falls down, which allows Savage to hit the Flying Elbow, but out of instant he tries a cover, and Yoko shoves him off. The momentum takes Savage over the top, and Yokozuna wins.

    Real fun first half, until Gonzalaz and the other fat fucks, ruined it. But it picked up with the final 4 onwards. Great showing by Mr. Bob Backlund.

    In the back, Yoko is getting his pictures taking for the press when Bret Hart comes over and gets in his face to end the show.
     
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  6. Deezy

    Deezy Well-Known Member

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    Ins shape Yoko was underrated.
     
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    Koutei Senshi

    Koutei Senshi You Know What Time It Is

    WWF World Heavyweight Champion: Bret Hart
    WWF Intercontinental Champion: Shawn Michaels
    WWF World Tag Team Champions: Money Inc.

    WWF Monday Night RAW:
    January 25th, 1993
    Manhattan Center: New York City

    Repo Man arrives in his Repo car, he says a bunch of shit before entering the building.

    Vince is joined on commentary by Heenan and that fat loser tonight.

    Repo-Man vs. "Macho Man" Randy Savage
    Savage does what he can, but Repo is pretty terrible, this gets like over 8 minutes so fuck my life. The only highlight comes from commentary with Heenan and Vince having a private convo on how awful Rob is and why they hired him, and they play whisper to one another with him right next to them its great:lmao Savage eventually hits the elbow drop for the win.

    After the match; Savage gets his hat back, and hopefully, this feud is over.

    Brooklyn Brawler vs. Kamala (w/Reverend Slick)
    Kamala squash.

    After the match; Vince joins Kamla and Slick on the floor, Slick says the real credit goes to the fans for opening their hearts to Kamala, but he won't be held responsible for what happens if Harvey Whippleman or Kim Chee gets in Kamala's way.

    Loser Leave Town Match: Ric Flair (w/Bobby Heenan) vs. Mr. Perfect
    This gets 18 minutes or so and it felt like a big deal, they have a good feeling out process to start with neither man wanting to rush a thing. Perfect keeps winning the little battles to start, like he wins the punch-off, chop-off and even on the mat. Flair gets sick of it and pokes him in the eyes as we go to break when we return Flair is still in control and Perfect takes a nasty corner bump, Perfect gets busted open at some point, and that fuels a comeback this also has one of Heenan's best commentary calls it's on par with Rumble 1992, his caping for Flair is all time GOAT level stuff. I have it above JR and Austin. Flair survives Perfects onslaught and locks in a sleeper out of desperation. But Perfect makes it back to his feet and uses Flair's momentum to send him into the buckles and he follows up with a sleeper of his own. Flair backdrops out of it, and locks in the figure four hurting Perfects knees, but he makes it to the ropes. Perfect sells the knees for the rest of the match...............FLAIR BUSTS OUT THE TAPED FIST FUCKERY! But Perfects foot reaches the ropes, Flair hooks the legs but this time Perfect kicks out. Flair begins targetting the cut now but once he starts throwing chops that pisses Perfect off who does the Steamboat/Sting no sell before making another awesome comeback. They do a fantastic job showing off their desperation by going for a pin after everything, Perfect catches Flair with the Perfect Plex outta nowhere for the win. Awesome stuff. ***1/2

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    So long Flair.
     
  8. Chris

    Chris It's me, it's me

    At least you got a little Flair to start the year
     
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    Koutei Senshi

    Koutei Senshi You Know What Time It Is

    WWF World Heavyweight Champion: Bret Hart
    WWF Intercontinental Champion: Shawn Michaels
    WWF World Tag Team Champions: Money Inc.

    WWF Monday Night RAW:
    February 1st, 1993
    Manhattan Center: New York City

    Damien Demento vs. Tatanka
    Pretty decent Tatanka showcase, he hits a big chop and a Samoan drop for the win.

    Vince McMahon is in the ring, and this motherfucker says it's his guest at this time is unquestionably one of the all-time great in the WWF (and I'm thinking oh, Bret is coming out) BUT, NO THIS MOTHERFUCKER BRINGS OUT Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake. ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhaah.

    Top 5 people, I hate in all-time

    5. The Ascension
    4. Shannon Moore
    3. Erik Watts
    2. Shane Douglas
    1. Beefcake

    Anyway, He says it's great to be back after that near-fatal parasailing accident. He says he intends to return to the ring and the strutting and the cutting and take on all challengers. Vince talks about the riskiness of this given that his face was reconstructed, Beefcake says just before the accident both his parents died. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL THE CROWD GIVE NO FUCKS! AS 90% OF THEM JUST WATCH ON WITH NO EXPRESSION AT ALL, THE OTHER 10% DO THE SARCASTIC "AHHHHHHHH" :lmaolmao:lmao He then brings up his wife then divorcing him, and says he was broke and desperate and as he walked on the beach looking up at the son, THE KNEES OF A GIRL PARASAILING SMASHED ME IN THE FACE! And a fan yells out "KILL YOURSELF" this is the greatest segment ever :lmao YES! That fan just won the 1993 MVP award. He says as he was ready to give up he was reaching out for God's hand, but instead, he got Hulk Hogan's hand and talks about how his friendship with Hogan inspired him to come back to the ring. Some fans keep booing, and this is pretty hilarious. Beefcake eventually wraps this up by saying nothing in this ring can make him quit, and he's back to take on anyone and has signed an open contract to face anybody.

    TOP 5 SEGMENT ALL TIME THANKS TO THE FANS SHITTING ON HIM!

    Skull Von Krush & Iron Mike Sharpe vs. High Energy
    High Energy Squash, can't wait until Owen becomes Owen.

    Doink vs. Typhoon
    This is shockingly good, Doink keeps taking him down and tries to wear him down with wrestling moves and it works. Typhoon makes a shitty fat boy comeback but misses a corner splash. Doink hits a Flying Clothesline off the middle buckle and holds the tights with the pin for the win. FUCK YEAH DOINK!

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    Bobby DeVito vs. Yokozuna (w/Mr. Fuji)
    Solid Yoko squash, it mainly here so Jim Duggan can calls in to call him Yokozuma, and hypes up their match for superstars this week. Duggan says he'll be the first to knock Yoko off his feet.

    At ringside, Vince brings out the tag champs for the first time this year. Money Inc. Vince asks if the BOOOOO's are getting to them and Ted says the only thing that bothers him is an empty bank account, but he'll never have that.

    Vince says they asked for this time, and Ted says Brutus Beefcake is a lot like Humpty Dumpty, and the king's horses and men won't be able to put him back together again. He says they were in the back for that whole sob story, but that open challenge is a joke and he says they'll take his challenge, and they flip a coin. Ted wins, but Jimmy Hart comes out to say this is a waste of time for the world tag champions. Hart says what happens if one of them gets hurt, Ted assures him that this is recreational and a workout for them, IRS says while Beefcake was laying on his back, with all those doctor bills he just realized he's not paying any taxes so that makes him no better than the New York fans. Hart tells them to stop clowning around and go, they've got contracts to sign.


    "The Narcissist" Lex Luger vs. Jason Knight
    LEX SQUASH!

    RAW returns in 2 weeks, with a 16 man battle Royal & Beefcake vs. DiBiase.
     
  10. Chris

    Chris It's me, it's me

    I'd swap Erik watts and Shane Douglas and Shannon Moore would probably be top 10 but not top 5 for me, I'd have Dave Sullivan in there instead
     
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  11. Deezy

    Deezy Well-Known Member

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    Ascension are still better than Kronik....but that's like comparing regular shit to the runs.
     
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    Koutei Senshi

    Koutei Senshi You Know What Time It Is

    I'm sure as the years go by some will get moved up and down, i know the top two are a lock 4life.
     
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    Koutei Senshi

    Koutei Senshi You Know What Time It Is

    WWF World Heavyweight Champion: Bret Hart
    WWF Intercontinental Champion: Shawn Michaels
    WWF World Tag Team Champions: Money Inc.

    WWF Monday Night RAW:
    February 15th, 1993
    Manhattan Center: New York City

    In a pre-tape, Beefcake says he will prove to Ted that he is 100% healthy and back.

    In a pre-tape, Ted DiBiase says that two years ago, Beefcake's face was shattered, but tonight, that'll be the least of his worries. Jimmy Hart tells him not to talk like that, and Ted tells him not to worry.

    Bobby Who & Glen Ruth vs. The Steiner Brothers
    Bobby Who gotta be the GOAT name ever, sadly his talents doesn't match his name. Totally epic Stieners squash, Scotty tries to break Ruth's neck by dumping him on it with a dragon suplex. Doomsday Bulldog for the win.

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    Yokozuna (w/Mr. Fuji) vs. Ross Greenberg
    Wonderful Yoko squash. Just brutalizes him.

    Clips air from the Yoko/Duggan match from Superstars, AND FUCKIN DUGGAN IS THE FIRST MAN TO KNOCK YOKO OFF HIS FEET! Duggan then picks up the American flag and begins to celebrate way too long, allowing Yoko to recover. He grabs a box of salt and throws it into his eyes blinding him. Allowing Yoko to beat him down and drop the Bonzi drop, Duggan gets stretched out.

    At ringside, Vince announces that 15 of the 16 guys in the battle royal all refused to take part if Giant Gonzalaz was apart of the match :lmaolmao::lmao Vince then cuts to Superstars of Gonzalaz being up 3 jobbers, i guess it's now a 15 man match.

    15 Man Battle Royal
    Shawn Michaels, Razor Ramon, Tatanka, Owen Hart, Koko B. Ware, Kamala, Bob Backlund, Tito Santana, Iron Mike Sharpe, Kim Chee, Typhoon, Damien Demento, Berzerker, Terry Taylor, and Skinner are the competitors. This is terrible, just punches, kicks and guys walking around until it's their time to get thrown out. Fast forward the final four are Shawn, Razor, Tito, and Tatanka. Tito and Tatanka team up to toss Shawn out. Giant Gonzalez and Harvey Whippleman come out now, and Razor bails under the ropes to the floor. Gonzalez throws Tito and Tatanka over and leaves, and Razor sneaks back in winning the match. RAZOR DA GAWD!

    Ted DiBiase (w/Jimmy Hart) vs. Brutus Beefcake
    This is 100% terrible, mainly because Beefcake is top 1 all time terrible. Ted tries he really does he goes above and beyond to make Beefcake look like a competent wrestler. He bumps around and makes it seem like Beefcake is faster, stronger, and more experience with 0 ring rust. IRS comes down and when Ted shoves Brutus off the ropes, and IRS nails him with the briefcase for a DQ. *

    After the match; The champs put the boot to this chump when Ted picks up Brutus. IRS prepares to use the briefcase. But, Jimmy Hart tries to stop it, and repeatedly gets in Irwin's way, until IRS finally has enough and throws Jimmy to the floor. IRS finally smacks Beefcake in the face with the briefcase. Jimmy Hart checks on Beefcake. As Money Inc. leaves celebrating and laughing at their handy work.

    EMTs come out to tend to Beefcake who is holding his face to end the show.
     
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    Deezy Well-Known Member

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    Did you get to the Steiner screwdriver on Raw yet?
     
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    Koutei Senshi You Know What Time It Is

    WWF World Heavyweight Champion: Bret Hart
    WWF Intercontinental Champion: Shawn Michaels
    WWF World Tag Team Champions: Money Inc.

    WWF Monday Night RAW:
    February 22nd, 1993
    Manhattan Center: New York City

    TONIGHT: HULK HOGAN

    Scott Taylor vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
    Dope Bam Bam squash, he scrows this worm around before hitting the Diving Headbutt for the win.

    In a pre-tape, Vince and Hogan are having a sit-down interview. Vince says he's hoping along with all the fans that he will be making his long-awaited return to the ring, he says it was around this time last year that they speculated the future of Hulkamania. Hogan says the future is exciting, watching all his Hulkamaniacs grow is great. He says people have dug up things in his past, and what they found out was he's a human being. Well, he's here to say he's made some mistakes on a business and personal level, and it's time to change. He tells all his Hulkamaniacs that stuck with him thank you. This goes on for another 3 minutes, it's a blatant attempt trying and spin stuff around all the steroid trials stuff around.

    The Beverly Brothers & Shawn Michaels vs. The Nasty Boys & Tatanka
    Shawn debuts his version of Sexy boy, with him singing it instead of Sherri. This gets the most time a RAW match has gotten since Perfect/Flair, Shawn and the Beverly's bump big in the early going it's pretty great, they get a small heat segment on Knobbs but Tatanka cleans house and destroys the Beverly's. Vince announces that it's Tatanka/Shawn at Mania due to Tatanka punning Shawn in a none-title match on Superstars. Back from break, the heels again take over and iso Knobbs. This one 3x's longer than the first, it drags a bit at times but it's still enjoyable. Nasty's being the most over people in the match is crazy. Tatanka gets another hot tag and the match breaks down, Shawn tries the Teardrop Suplex, but Tatanka counters into a Sunset Flip for the win. **1/2

    Crush vs. "Terrific" Terry Taylor
    Waste of time, it's pretty much filler so that fat fuck can do Schwarzenegger impressions. Crush wins cause he has a match at Mania against Doink. UGH!

    Recap of Money Inc breaking Beefcakes nose last week airs.

    Vince McMahon is in the ring and introduces HUUUUULLLLLK HOOOOGAN! Hagan asks the fans if HULKAMANIA IS RUNNING WILD! He says the first thing he wants to talk about is what happen last week, as he's watching RAW last week waiting and watching to see "The greatest comeback in history" his best friend, outwrestle the Million dollar man. His smile turned upside down real fast as he watched as that briefcase smashed Beefcake in the face. Hogan says the good news is that Brutus is okay, but his nose is bent up a bit. He thanks "THE BIG MAN UPSTAIRS" for being on Brutus' side last week, and then as crazy as this may sound, he wants to thank Jimmy Hart for trying to stop it last week and for checking on Beefcake. Hogan says he's here on a mission, and he's back in the WWF! He says the first order of business is to write the wrong of last week, and the first man he wants in the ring with him right now is his friend to the end Brutus Beefcake, that loser comes out with two black eyes and tape on his nose :lmao Beefcake says the ringing of the briefcase is still ringing in his eyes now, and he too wants to the "big man", and thanks, Jimmy Hart as well, and says he can't wait to get his revenge. Hogan says he hopes Money Inc. is watching, because they're going to start seizing their assets, and they begin with their brand new manager, Jimmy Hart. Jimmy comes out in red and yellow and stands with them. Jimmy Hart says this is the greatest day of his life, and he's always dreamed of wearing the red and yellow of a man he's idolized, he says a lot of people in the back idolize Hogan too and says he believes they "WILL BE" the greatest tag team of all time. Hogan says his first order of business as the manager of THE MEGAMANIACS~! Is to get them Money Inc. in the ring, singles match or tag team it doesn't matter. Whatcha gonna do when this trio runs wild on them?

    The Undertaker makes his entrance for his match against Skinner, we then cut to a commercial. NO JOKE WE RETURN AND VINCE SAYS WE'RE OUT OF TIME, AND RAW ENDS!

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