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Old 05-01-2014, 07:18 PM
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Leaked Raw script from 4/14

I'm finding this very cool. I've never seen what a Raw script looks like. Very fun read.
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Old 05-01-2014, 07:40 PM
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Leaked Raw script from 4/14

I'm finding this very cool. I've never seen what a Raw script looks like. Very fun read.
I actually came in this thread to post that

Just read it, really neat. Actually pretty complicated detailing every small thing.
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Old 05-02-2014, 05:26 AM
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I actually came in this thread to post that

Just read it, really neat. Actually pretty complicated detailing every small thing.
I want to read one from the attitude era:

"Mark Henry says "you have a penis"? "
Mae Young gives birth to a hand
Austin hijacks a zamboni

Those would be great reads. It was cool to read how nuanced they are and the checklists and stuff.
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Old 05-02-2014, 05:53 AM
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I doubt a script from the attitude era would be that detailed. More shit was done on the fly according to guys like Austin and Jericho. I would hate to be the person(s) who has to type this shit up since RAW probably goes through a number of rewrites during the week and the day of the show. Still, cool to see and I had no idea there was this much detail put into the scripts.
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Old 05-02-2014, 07:11 AM
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I doubt a script from the attitude era would be that detailed. More shit was done on the fly according to guys like Austin and Jericho. I would hate to be the person(s) who has to type this shit up since RAW probably goes through a number of rewrites during the week and the day of the show. Still, cool to see and I had no idea there was this much detail put into the scripts.
I'd imagine Vince Russos scripts were written in crayon too.
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Old 05-03-2014, 11:51 AM
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While I was perusing all my concert tickets I came across *most* of my wrestling show tickets. Some have been lost but I found this great website that has details of pretty much every WWF/E show so I filled in most of the blanks. The site is a bit hard to navigate.

Here's all the shows I've been to:

1. October 28, 2000 -- WWF House Show -- Toronto, Ontario
2. March 17th, 2001 -- WWF House Show -- Toronto, Ontario
3. March 17th, 2002 -- WWF Wrestlemania X8 -- Toronto, Ontario (Rock/Hogan; louder than any concert I've ever been to) < broadcasted on TV
4. May 13, 2002 -- WWE Raw -- Toronto, Ontario < broadcasted on TV
5. October 15, 2002 -- WWE Smackdown -- Toronto, Ontario < broadcasted on TV
6. May 2nd, 2003 -- WWE Raw House Show – Oshawa, Ontario (met Rob Van Dam)
7. November 7th, 2003 -- WWE Raw House Show -- Toronto, Ontario (the only time I ever saw Goldberg)
8. January 9th, 2004 -- WWE Raw House Show – Oshawa, Ontario
9. August 15, 2004 -- WWE Summerslam -- Toronto, Ontario < broadcasted on TV
10. November 21st, 2004 -- WWE Raw House Show -- Barrie, Ontario (the closest I ever sat at a WWE event, forth row)
11. March 12, 2005 -- WWE Smackdown House Show – Oshawa, Ontario
12. July 7, 2006 -- WWE Raw House Show – Barrie, Ontario (probably the most fun I ever had at a WWE show)
13. Sept 17, 2006 -- WWE Unforgiven -- Toronto, Ontario < broadcasted on TV
14. December 30, 2007 -- TNA House Show – Oshawa, Ontario
15. May 5, 2008 -- WWE Raw -- Toronto, Ontario < broadcasted on TV
16. September 14, 2008 -- TNA No Surrender – Oshawa, Ontario < broadcasted on TV
17. December 22nd, 2008 -- WWE Raw/Smackdown Supershow -- Toronto, Ontario < broadcasted on TV

I remember having tickets to a Smackdown taping in July 2003 but I didn't go because I had to work. I'm hoping I sold the tickets.
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Old 05-03-2014, 01:27 PM
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I found the first ever TV taping I went to on that page:

WWF @ Buffalo, NY - Memorial Auditorium - June 2, 1987

WWF Superstars taping:
Featured WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan as a guest of the Snake Pit, during which Killer Khan sprayed green mist into Hogan's eyes; the segment later aired in select markets to promote local cards featuring Hogan vs. Khan

Bam Bam Bigelow defeated an unknown

SD Jones defeated an unknown (Holy shit, SD Jones won a match)

International Wrestling Challenge: Ken Patera (sub. for Jim Duggan) pinned Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) with an elbow drop at 6:07

WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Koko B. Ware (w/ Jake Roberts) defeated Kamala (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) & WWF IC Champion the
Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at around the 14:30 mark when Hogan pinned Kamala with a bodyslam and legdrop after punching Honky, knocking him into the ropes and tying his arms in the ropes

6/6/87 - included Outback Jack as a guest of the Snake Pit (this segment was taped and aired in select markets in place of a Snake Pit with the Iron Sheik, who had just been fired)

6/13/87 - included Hillbilly Jim & Little Beaver as guests of the Snake Pit in which they discussed what happened to Beaver at WrestleMania III; featured the fourth Special Report on the health of Superstar Billy Graham and his road to recovery; included footage from the film 'Predator', staring Jesse Ventura:

Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Johnny K-9 & Dusty Wolfe at 2:11 when Smith pinned Wolfe following a diving headbutt off the top

The Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Eric Cooper & SD Jones at 2:35 when Haku pinned Cooper following simultaneous diving headbutts

The Junkyard Dog pinned Terry Gibbs at 1:43 with the powerslam (JYD's return following WrestleMania)
Dino Bravo & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) defeated Scott Casey & Lanny Poffo at 2:48 when Bravo pinned Poffo with the side suplex

The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WWF IC Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title at 3:53 by reversing an inside cradle and grabbing onto the bottom rope for leverage

The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Silvano Sousa at 1:38 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, as the show was coming to a close, the Honkytonk Man came out and thanked the crowd for their support, saying the IC belt was for them

6/20/87 - included Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth as guests of the Snake Pit in which Savage said he was happy for the Honkytonk Man being the new IC Champion and that he wanted a shot at Hulk Hogan and the WWF World Title; featured an 'Update' segment with footage of the Honkytonk Man celebrating in his dressing room after winning the IC title the previous week, with Savage being the first to congratulate him; also in the dressing room to congratulate him were the Hart Foundation, Butch Reed, the Islanders, Danny Davis, and several others; included footage of the Jumping Bomb Angels wrestling in Japan; featured a fifth Special Report on the health of Superstar Billy Graham and his road to recovery; included more footage of Jesse Ventura in the film 'Predator':

B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) in a non-title match at 4:18 when Blair pinned Bret with a sunset flip following a mask switch, moments after Davis was escorted backstage by security for interfering

George Steele defeated Al Navarro via submission with the flying hammerlock at 1:18


Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated Rick Renslow & Dave Wagner at 2:52 when Zenk pinned Renslow with a missile dropkick as Martel held Renslow in the air

Killer Khan (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Brian Costello at 1:42 with a kneedrop off the top

Billy Jack Haynes defeated Steve Lombardi via submission with the full nelson at 1:44

Hercules, King Harley Race, King Kong Bundy, & Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Mario Mancini, Don Driggers, Jim Powers, & Paul Roma at 3:37 when Orndorff pinned Mancini with one foot on his chest after hitting the piledriver

6/27/87 - included Bobby Heenan, Hercules, King Harley Race, King Kong Bundy, & Paul Orndorff as guests of the Snake Pit; featured an 'Update' segment in which Craig DeGeorge interviewed Slick & Butch Reed, with Reed claiming he was in better shape than Superstar Billy Graham and said he would watch the following week to see Graham in training; included the first vignette promoting the debut of 'The Million $ Man', in which Ted Dibiase received a paper cut from counting his money, had Virgil drive him to the nearest hospital, and then paid the receptionist with several hundred dollar bills to receive immediate medical attention; featured more footage of Jesse Ventura in the film 'Predator':

WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned David Stoudemire in a non-title match with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll at the 24-second mark; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel introduced Mr. T as the new enforcer of the WWF

Koko B. Ware pinned Jose Estrada at 1:57 with the Ghostbuster

The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Eric Cooper at 2:30 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, Mr. T did guest commentary and confirmed that he was the new enforcer of the WWF

Brutus Beefcake, Jacques, & Raymond Rougeau defeated Johnny K-9, Jimmy Jack Funk, & Iron Mike Sharpe at 3:03 when Raymond pinned K-9 following the top rope double team move from the Rougeaus; after the bout, the Rougeaus & Beefcake fought off Sharpe, with the Rougeaus holding him up and allowing Beefcake to cut some of his hair

Ken Patera defeated Frankie Lane via submission with the bearhug at 1:39; after the match, the Heenan Family - who were watching the match from the aisle - attacked Patera and began whipping him with Bobby Heenan's belt until several referees swarmed the ring

Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jerry Allen & Lanny Poffo at 2:25 when Ax pinned Poffo following the Decapitation; after the bout, as the show was coming to a close, Ken Patera was shown backstage in the dressing room, alongside Billy Jack Haynes and Brutus Beefcake, attempting to recover from the attack earlier in the show.

So, TV tapings were quite the marathon back then and featured a lot of jobber matches. At least I got to see Jake Roberts do the snake pit live and witnessed the start of the longest IC title reign ever when Honky Tonk Man beat Steamboat. From where I was sitting the roll up looked odd and it appeared to me that both guys shoulders were down. I remember almost clapping after the three count because I thought Steamboat had pinned Honky. Everyone was pretty surprised by that outcome.
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Old 05-03-2014, 01:32 PM
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Ahh, the days of the jobber matches.

It's a pretty insane website (albeit wrong in some places, the house show I was at in 2000 was at the Air Canada Center). I don't think I could ever go through all of it.
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Old 05-03-2014, 02:04 PM
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Man, I SWEAR I was at this event.... but I don't remember most of these matches

WWF @ Seattle, WA - Key Arena - September 12, 1998 (15,076; sell out)
Scorpio defeated Dennis Knight
Farooq defeated Mark Henry
Tiger Ali Singh pinned Dustin Runnels with a roll up and holding onto the ropes for leverage
X-Pac pinned Jeff Jarrett at 4:10 by reversing an attempt at the figure-4 into an inside cradle; after the bout, Dennis Knight helped in double teaming X-Pac until the New Age Outlaws made the save
The Rock defeated WWF IC Champion Triple H via disqualification at 10:41 when Chyna interfered and hit a low blow on the challenger, moments after Mark Henry assisted the Rock in hitting Triple H with the title belt
Val Venis pinned Miguel Perez Jr. with the Money Shot
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Skull & 8-Ball at 9:26 when Gunn scored the pin after one of the challengers accidentally hit the other with Paul Ellering's steel briefcase
Ken Shamrock defeated Owen Hart via submission with the ankle lock at around the 1-minute mark; prior to the bout officially beginning, Hart hit Shamrock in the back with a steel chair but Shamrock responded several minutes later by attacking Hart at ringside and throwing him back into the ring to begin the match
WWF World Champion Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker, Kane, and Mankind in a No DQ match when Austin pinned Kane at 11:26 by escaping the tombstone and hitting the Stunner; Sgt. Slaughter was the guest referee for the bout but was knocked out late in the match; after the bout, Austin hit the Stunner on Slaughter
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Between WWE shows and all the indy shows I've seen I couldn't even make a list.
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