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Bruce Prichard Comments On The Idea Of Turning Hulk Hogan Heel In 1993

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (November 7, 1993) – WWF All American Wrestling

On this day in 1993, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF All American Wrestling’.

It featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1993’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

[The Final appearance of Joe Fowler as co-host]

Rick Steiner vs. Quebecer Jacques (Superstars 11/6/93)

Mr. Perfect vs. Iron Mike Sharpe (Challenge 11/7/93)

Adam Bomb vs. Virgil (RAW 11/1/93)

Jeff Jarrett promo

Crush vs. Gary Jackson (Superstars 11/6/93)

Rick Martel vs. Dan Dubiel (Challenge 11/7/93)

Razor Ramon vs. Bastion Booger (RAW 11/1/93)

• Bruce Prichard Comments On The Idea Of Turning Hulk Hogan Heel In 1993

During a recent edition of Something To Wrestle podcast, Old School WWF Veteran Bruce Prichard talked about wanting to turn Hulk Hogan heel in the World Wrestling Federation in 1993.

Below is what Bruce said:

“In 1993, I think I would have loved to turn Hulk Hogan heel. I would have loved to turn Hulk Hogan heel and work an extended program with Bret Hart ending up with the WWF Championship in the middle of that, but it would have ended up with Bret and the title.

I think if you take the jealousy role and amplify that a little bit and do nothing different than what we were doing because during that time the audience was booing Hulk Hogan.

There was a segment of the audience already booing him so just kind of flip the script and do similar with what we did with The Rock. Put him in with a guy who is a champion who is starting to become beloved so it’s a simple jealousy angle and it would have been the right way to turn him, at least in WWF.

It would have been a tough road I’ll say that because there were pockets that Hulk Hogan was the hero and nothing was going to change that.”

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