WWF Superstars 12/18/1993

Written by: Bob Colling

World Wrestling Federation presents Superstars
Date:
12/18/1993
From: Utica, NY

Matches:
1.)Bam-Bam Bigelow defeated PJ Walker
2.)the 1-2-3 Kid defeated Duane Gill
3.)Jeff Jarrett defeated Chris Duffy
4.)Crush defeated Ross Greenberg
5.)The Steiner Brothers defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Tony DeVito

Angle Developments/Notes:
1. Earlier in the week, Vince McMahon had a sit down interview with Bret Hart regarding what Owen Hart said last week. Bret thinks that Owen is mixed up right now and believes it will tear the family apart. He doesn’t recall being favored when they grew up. Bret acknowledges that Owen was the better athlete and student, but doesn’t think that it matters whatsoever. Bret doesn’t believe that Owen has been living in his shadow. He is proud of what he has done in the World Wrestling Federation. They talk about Survivor Series and Bret says that everyone knew they were going to celebrate a victory if they were able to do so. He feels like he has never been selfish and has tried to do the best for Owen. Bret Hart says that he will never wrestle his brother Owen under any circumstance.

2. This is Jeff Jarrett’s debut on WWF Superstars. His finishing move is the jumping DDT.

3. Gorilla Monsoon hosts the WWF Update segment this week. The focus this week is the issues between Razor Ramon and Shawn Michaels. Apparently, Ramon’s gold necklaces have gone missing. After Ramon was attacked by Diesel and Michaels it appeared that his gold was stolen. Well, it was revealed that IRS had stolen the gold and it was in his steel briefcase! So, now at the Royal Rumble Razor Ramon will defend the WWF Intercontinental Championship against IRS!

4. A video promoting Thurman Plugg is aired. Plugg is a NASCAR driver and he loves to race. Plugg believes that he will not be stopped in the ring.

Final Thoughts:
An average episode this week. I feel like they will be average episodes as long as they are just focusing on a few angles and don’t have any major segments for the most part. The Owen/Bret stuff continues to be the best stuff on television right now.

Thanks for reading.