Play it now before the game is over, and we spend 20 years desperately trying to remember how we played it in the first place. Follow along with the competition here. Hey, you! If you want us to keep doing retro reports, share them around! And be sure to drop down into our comments section to let us know what you thought of these shows. Before we begin, I want to mention that this episode is the debut of classic intro that ran from late until the fall of The season finale of and arguably the greatest single night of WWE storytelling ever performed is in the books, so where do we go from here?
He brings out the new Corporate Champion, The Rock. The crowd — and especially the POV character for the crowd, Jim Ross — is extremely upset about what happened at Survivor Series, going so Beltram* - Energy Flash as to bring back the full death wish via posterboard treatment.
After a brief explanation of how they orchestrated the various attacks on The Rock and the animosity between Rock and McMahon to ensure the Deadly Game gambit would play out as planned, Rock explains his latest heel turn in glorious and totally reasonable fashion:.
Why did you sell out? Well, actually, The Rock never sold out. The Rock just got ahead. Now, will some of you call The Rock a kiss-ass? Can you smell it? You work your candy asses off day after day after day, 9 to 5 for minimum wage. Now, you pieces of trash. You work hard. You do what you have to do, day after day. Well, I tell you what, Talking Voyager 2 Type Things - Bob Geldof - The Vegetarians Of Love and Austin, you can have your morality, you can have your honesty … you can have your blood, sweat, and your tears.
He plans on raising the Corporate Eyebrow. He plans on planting you with the Rock Bottom. And he damn sure plans Life Is Live - Various - Best Of WWF Club laying the Smackdown on your candy ass with the most electrifying move in sports entertainment today — The Corporate Elbow.
This proves to be the genesis of McGillicutty Mr. Well, professionally, at least. How does Austin know? McMahon has no choice but to honor the contract. Less giddit awn! He arrives to the arena and immediately marches to the boiler room, scream-talking to himself and making those angry Mick Foley noises you know the ones. Slaughter decides to handle the business himself, but also returns empty handed. Vince sends all three of them in to get Foley together, so they find whatever protective gear they can scrounge up at the arena and go for it as a team.
As you might expect, Mankind flips out Run - Remember - Welcome To Axico Industries figuratively murders all three West Of Carnaby - Sounds Orchestral - Sounds Latin them. Later in the show they actually have the match, but it ends quickly when Shamrock and Boss Man Life Is Live - Various - Best Of WWF Club punch a referee in the face.
Life Is Live - Various - Best Of WWF Club turns into a pull-apart brawl, as it does. He chokeslams a random production guy pictured for existing in his general area, Lynsey De Paul - Ooh I Do chokes a fan against a wall for asking him for his autograph. No idea why wrestling fans were hanging out in the parking lot looking for autographs in the middle of the show.
Maybe they were hoping the nWo Wolfpac were gonna drive up to the building in a Jeep Hummer with a big cannon on the front? There was one player unaccounted for, though: The Undertaker. Spoiler alert: he needs the corpse intact for next week. Despite everything I just typed, you wanna know what people actually remember this episode for?
The Brood match and threatens to leap off to his death. No, seriously. Remember what I was saying about all those murders? Yeah, so it turns out everyone really hated this. Fans, the wrestlers actually involved with it, everybody. Total bullshit forever.
One of the funniest slash worst things about the entire segment is that they perform a man being pushed to his death, go to commercial, and come back to his unconscious and presumably lifeless body being loaded into an ambulance. By the way, here is the line that actually divides the segments, which I will present without comment and wish did not become relevant again as soon as it did.
The show must go on! Tom Prichard and genetic pro wrestling machine Owen Hart. Like everything Blazer related right now, it ends with the heels ganging up on Steve Blackman and beating him down. Yes, you read that correctly. ICP better stick to singing, or rapping, or performing, and not in any athletic environment. After the match, the Headbangers attack the Road Dogg and let everyone know the terrible wrestling will continue until morale improves.
Val Venis vs. Instead … Chakalaka - Artful Dice - Savanna … uhhh …. All this and more, next week, my Undertaker!
WWE Network Yeah, so it turns out everyone really hated this. And Now, Sable WWE Network One of the funniest slash worst things about the entire segment is that they perform a man being pushed to his death, go to commercial, and come back to his unconscious and presumably lifeless body being loaded into an ambulance.
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