Pastor Ed Young’s “Out Of Character” Interview w/ The Undertaker. No Worries; Nothing Spontaneously Combusts…

Over at Pastor Ed Young’s YouTube channel, he interviews WWE Legend and seven-time world champion, The Undertaker, about his life in the business, the plans Andre the Giant had in store for him, how he became a born-again Christian, and much more. Probably the biggest story of the interview has to do with those plans with Andre the Giant, because due to the Eight Wonder … Continue reading Pastor Ed Young’s “Out Of Character” Interview w/ The Undertaker. No Worries; Nothing Spontaneously Combusts…

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WWE Championship: The Undertaker vs. Hulk Hogan, This Tuesday in Texas (12/3/1991)

And behold, my LONG-AWAITED follow-up post from June 15th, 2012 about the 1991 Survivor Series WWE Championship main event between champion Hulk Hogan and challenger The Undertaker HAS FINALLY ARRIVED. I know you’re just as excited as I am, right?! Right?  Well, after Ric Flair’s interference in that title match at Survivor Series that helped ending Hogan’s 248-day run as champ, Hogan was granted a rematch for the championship just six days later at the one AND ONLY This Tuesday in Texas pay-per-view on Dec. 3, 1991 from the Freeman Coliseum in my hometown of San Antonio, Texas. Continue reading “WWE Championship: The Undertaker vs. Hulk Hogan, This Tuesday in Texas (12/3/1991)”

The 1st Episode of WWE Monday Night RAW, Episode 1000 on 7/23/2012

This coming Monday night, June 23rd, WWE RAW will be broadcasting and celebrating its 1,000th episode.  Beginning as WWF Monday Night Raw, the program first aired on January 11, 1993 on the USA Network for one hour. The original Raw was a revolutionary professional wrestling television show. Traditionally, wrestling shows were taped on sound stages with small audiences or at large arena shows, but Raw used a different formula from its predecessor, WWF Prime Time Wrestling. Rather than taped matches with studio voice overs and taped chat, WWF Raw was a show shot to a live audience in the Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center Studios in New York City, and the camera angles as the action happened. WWE RAW is the fifth longest-running weekly wrestling show in history, as the longest running wrestling shows are WCW Saturday Night (28 years), WCW WorldWide (26 years), NWA/St. Louis Wrestling at the Chase (24 years) and the UK’s World of Sport (20 years). Check out the entire first episode of WWF Monday Night RAW after the break and rekindle those memories of the early days of this history-making program in professional wrestling.   Continue reading “The 1st Episode of WWE Monday Night RAW, Episode 1000 on 7/23/2012”