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Rebooking The WWF: Week 19, 1995

WWF RAW 5/8/1995
1. Hughie The Clown defeated Scott Taylor in 2:46 following a top rope moonsault. During the match, Bam-Bam Bigelow shared a pre-tape promo saying he’ll be the man with the last laugh this Sunday.
2. The Kamikaze Kid defeated Barry Horowitz in 3:58 following a spinning heel kick
3. Kings Court w/ Diesel: Jerry Lawler conducted an interview with WWF World Champion regarding his championship match with Yokozuna this weekend at Im Your House. Lawler believes that Diesel got lucky at WrestleMania XI and his luck will run out in six days. Diesel laughs it off and tells Lawler that he proved to be the better man at WrestleMania and he’ll do the same at IYH. Diesel says that Yokozuna dominated the WWF for a few months, but Big Daddy Cool is going to be dominating the WWF for a lifetime. Nobody is going to be able to stop Diesel and he’s confident that he’ll be the longest reigning WWF World Champion when its all said and done. Diesel suggests that Jim Cornette and Mr. Fuji do not get involved otherwise they suffer the same fate as Yokozuna. Diesel looks at Lawler and says that perhaps after IYH he’ll knock some respect into Lawler, too.
4. Kama Vignette: A vignette focusing on Kama punching and kicking a bag is shown. There were pictures of Randy Savage on them, along with Undertaker and Bret Hart.
5. Men on a Mission defeated Paul Donald & Chris Kanyon in 3:44 when Mabel pinned Donald after a big splash.
6. Undertaker/Ron Simmons Video Package: The video package promotes the match taking place this weekend. Could the Movement leader be buried six feet under?
7. Rick Steiner defeated Glen Ruth in 2:25 following a middle rope bulldog.
8. Bret Hart Interview: Jim Ross conducted a sit down interview with Bret Hart earlier in the day regarding his match with Owen Hart in six days. Bret says that his brother is talented and he knows how good Owen can become. There is no question he’s disappointed in the direction that Owen has taken by being associated with Chris Benoit. Originally, Bret didn’t want to wrestle his brother. However, he realized that his brother is determined to prove himself and Bret is going to show Owen that he still has work to do. Bret knows that Owen has done things that he’ll realize weren’t the right thing to do. In six days, Bret is going to wrestle his brother the right way and show his brother first hand why he is the best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be.
9. The British Bulldog defeated IRS in 5:06 following a running powerslam. After the match, Chris Benoit came out and rammed Bulldog shoulder first into the ring post several times.
10. Diesel/Yokozuna Video Package: The video package promotes the upcoming rematch bet ween Diesel and King Yokozuna taking place in six days at In Your House. Will Yokozuna regain his throne as WWF World Champion?
11. Jeff Jarrett defeated Mike Bell in 3:44 following a jumping DDT
12. Hunter Hearst Helmsley Interview: Vince McMahon conducted an interview with Hunter Hearst Helmsley. Helmsley is disgruntled for not getting any title opportunities following his match at WrestleMania where he reminds us that he retired Mr. Perfect once and for all. Helmsley isn’t going to stand for this and if the WWF thinks he’s going to standby allow other people to jump ahead of him, then they don’t know him very well. Helmsley warns McMahon that he’ll have to do something to finally get the attention that he deserves. McMahon has a confused expression wondering what Helmsley is possibly talking about.
13. Psycho Sid defeated Duke Droese in 3:56 following a powerbomb. After the match, Sid powerbombs Droese onto a trash can.
14. Ron Simmons defeated Marty Jannetty in 8:14 following an over the Dominator. After the match, the lights went out suggesting that the Undertaker was coming. When the lights came back on, Simmons remained in the ring ready for a fight, but nobody was there. Simmons is heard yelling that he’s not running and he wants the Dead Man in six days.

WWF Superstars 5/13/1995
1. Bam-Bam Bigelow defeated Reno Riggins in 2:52 following a diving headvutt.
2. Men on a Mission defeated Glen Ruth & Duane Gill in 2:16 when Mo pinned Gill after a spinning heel kick.
3. Hakushi defeated Bob Holly in 4:13 following a top rope moonsault.





Bob Colling Jr. View All

34-year-old currently living in Syracuse, New York. Long-time fan of the New York Mets, Chicago Bulls, and Minnesota Vikings. An avid fan of professional wrestling and write reviews/articles on the product. Usually focusing on old-school wrestling.

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