• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (April 2, 1991) – WWF Prime Time Wrestling
On this day in 1991, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Prime Time Wrestling’.
It featured pre-taped matches, studio interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF SummerSlam 1991’ PPV.
The card can be found right here:
– The Mountie vs. Koko B. Ware
– The Dragon Ricky Steamboat vs. The Brooklyn Brawler
– The Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart Join Vince McMahon & Bobby Heenan
– Greg Valentine vs. Dino Bravo
– WWF Event Center
– Ted DiBiase vs. Pat Armstrong
– Promo By I.R.S.
– Mike Christian Joins Vince McMahon & Bobby Heenan
– The Bushwhackers vs. Black Bart & Joe Burton
– The Big Boss Man vs. Jim Corbitt
– Hulk Hogan Joins Vince McMahon
– Highlights Of Hulk Hogan’s Victory At Wrestlemania 7
– Marty Jannetty vs. Tanaka
– Highlights Of Sgt. Slaughter Attacking Hulk Hogan On His Way Back To The Dressing Room
– Mr. Perfect vs. Reno Riggins
– Interview w/ Bobby Heenan
– The Barbarian vs. Jim Brunzell
– WWF Event Center
– Kerry Von Erich vs. Scott Allen
– Mike Christian And Bobby Heenan Have A Pose Down
• Big E Takes A Big Shot At Final RAW Before WrestleMania 35
The final episode of RAW before WrestleMania 35 ended with Baron Corbin defeating Rey Mysterio in the main event and then Kurt Angle applying the Ankle Lock on Corbin and making him tap out on the stage to end the show.
SmackDown Superstar Big E tweeted the following regarding this week’s RAW:
I like to think of Smackdown as the mouthwash you need after the turd Raw just left in your mouth.
(I’d like to think I can get away with this tweet. If not…I was hacked.)
— Florida Man (@WWEBigE) April 2, 2019
As seen tonight, the final episode of SmackDown before WrestleMania 35 ended with a contract signing between Daniel Bryan & Kofi Kingston for their WWE Championship match.
"It's all led to THIS, Daniel. I see it in your eyes man… I can see it with the mind games you're trying to play. You KNOW that I AM READY!" – @TrueKofi to @WWEDanielBryan #WrestleMania #SDLive pic.twitter.com/076RUuTW9Y
— WWE (@WWE) April 3, 2019
Speaking of the final RAW before WrestleMania 35, this episode drew 2.64 million viewers. This is up from previous week’s 2.59 million viewers.