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  1. I think this will just be a clusterfuck of a match in my opinion specially since the saudi crowd aren't gonna get invested in this best tag team in the world turmoil. I could see WWE give The New Day the win here.
  2. I was legit on the edge of my seat with that last episode Bob, amazing season, I really enjoyed it. Can't wait for Season 2
  3. I would say Kevin Owens. Owens had an impactful first year with WWE in 2015, holding titles such as IC and NXT titles, and i felt like sorta resemblance that.
  4. Nobody in 2019 would want to see 66 year old Hulk Hogan vs 74 year old Vince McMahon lol. Anyways not interested, sorry brother.
  5. Probably Bret vs Razor on this one, pretty forgettable rumble if we are being honest.
  6. Hans

    Mansoor vs. Cesaro

    Poor Cesaro is gonna job to Mansoor but yeah, given enough time, i think this match could be really solid as Cesaro can have a good match with anybody.
  7. Its very strange for WWE to be doing this match again, considering the amount bad reaction that Seth has been getting from this feud. I hope the fiend wins the title here even it doesn't make sense, I'm pretty sick of Rollins as champ and I would consider anyone in taking that title from him.
  8. hearing reports that basically Bischoff didn't really do anything creative in his time as executive director, if so, its a good move to have Prichard be the new head guy, he prob gets Vince the most and understands him and what not. Hopefully its a sign of things to come for the blue brand.
  9. Triple H vs The Undertaker no question, their 3rd match at Wrestlemania and what a match. I loved this match when i watched it live, it was a true spectacle and easily best match from mania 28.
  10. 𝑊𝑊𝐹 𝑅𝑖𝑣𝑎𝑙𝑟𝑖𝑒𝑠. Mankind vs Shawn Michaels (c) - WWF World Heavyweight Championship Shawn Michaels won the WWF title from Bret Hart in controversy weeks ago at the Survivor Series in Montreal, and as been the talk of the wrestling industry. HBK made it very clear the next night on RAW that he sent Bret Hart packing to the boys down under. Shawn Michaels, the man involved in the departure of former world champ Bret Hart, must now defend his newly won title at WWF In Your House 1997. After the screwjob, D-Generation X (HBK & HHH) made fun of the fact that they kicked out the entire Hart Foundation, out of the WWF. It wasn’t until long that they decided to join forces with the New Age Outlaws and let them be apart of D-Generation X. Michaels, Triple H, Chyna, Road Dogg, and Billy Gunn, the force known as D-Generation X! However the next challenger for that coveted WWF Title was someone deranged, someone more sadistic. After HBK defeated Animal in the main event of RAW is WAR, Mankind appeared on the titantron, and his message was wide and clear, he wanted that WWF Title! For weeks he has seen HBK taunting, and making a mockery of business that Mankind is so passionate about. Weeks leading up to WWF In Your House, HBK made it very clear that he plans on not only defeating Mankind, but also plans on getting rid of Mankind. However Mankind’s passion on become the world champ resonated with the audience and the people watching at home, and with an alliance with Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mankind may very well be the next WWF World Heavyweight Champion! Rise of Stone Cold Steve Austin Steve Austin’s road to superstardom hit a rough patch in August 1997 when he was infamously injured by Owen Hart and was sidelined for months and was forced to vacate his newly won the WWF Intercontinental Title. However Austin would return at Survivor Series and win back the IC title from Owen Hart but shortly afterwards would have to hand over his IC Title to The Rock due to the orders of Vince McMahon. Now Austin’s attention have been with Triple H who has been making remarks about Austin’s neck issues and Austin confronted Triple H about it. Vince once again got involved trying to cause no conflict. This would make the rattle snake one pissed of S.O.B. The week afterwards, D-Generation X would handcuff Mankind and was looking to beat him down until Austin showed up and saved Mankind from the attack. Austin had Mankind’s back has they both of a common enemy in DX. They would then compete in a Tag Team against HBK and HHH on the next RAW and come on top as the victors. Austin big break into becoming a megastar is now in the cross-hairs of Triple H. With this battle between Triple H and Steve Austin happening at In Your House, who will emerge as the victor? Kane vs The Undertaker For months Paul Bearer stated “Kane’s coming, Kane’s coming” and finally at Badd Blood 1997, Kane finally arrived as he costed his brother The Undertaker his Hell in a Cell match with Shawn Michaels. Kane has been on terror, mauling through his opponents. His wrath of destruction is being felt throughout the entire WWF. The Undertaker has been ambushed for weeks leading up to In Your House, Kane attacking him and for the first time in the deadman’s career, he’s the one getting outplayed in mind games. The Undertaker isn’t going to stand for this any longer and the deadman promises to defeat his brother Kane at In Your House, while Paul Bearer will finally get rid of the Undertaker once Kane destroys him. Even though Taker refused to face his brother Kane, he no longer has an option and must face his own flesh and blood at WWF In Your House. Who will walk out as the winner in this personal rivalry? 𝑆𝘩𝑜𝑤 𝑆𝑢𝑚𝑚𝑎𝑟𝑖𝑒𝑠 Week 1, December 1997 | New England | 10.4 Million Viewers | 86 Show Rating Week 2, December 1997 | Tri State | 10.6 Million Viewers | 88 Show Rating Week 3, December 1997 | North West | 10.3 Million Viewers | 88 Show Rating Week 4, December 1997 | South East | 10.5 Million Viewers | 89 Show Rating

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