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Bruce Prichard Recalls Kane Being Very Green, What WWF Did To Give Kane More Experience

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• OLD SCHOOL HISTORY (November 25, 1995) – WCW Saturday Night

On this day in 1995, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Saturday Night’.

This episode featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW World War 3 1995’ PPV.

The card of the show can be found here:

– “Enforcer” Arn Anderson vs. “Jumpin” Joey Maggs

– Disco Inferno vs. Mark Starr

– VK Wall Street vs. Barry Houston

– “Crippler” Chris Benoit vs. Eddy Guerrero

– “Taskmaster” Kevin Sullivan vs. Eddie Jackie

– “Diamond” Dallas Page vs. Bart Sawyer

– “Flash” Scott Norton vs. Doug Becker

– “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan vs. Tom Burton

– “Total Package” Lex Luger vs. Jerry Lynn

WATCH: Seth Rollins Suplexes Dean Ambrose Off The Top Of A Steel Cage At Starrcade 2018:

• Bruce Prichard Recalls Kane Being Very Green, What WWF Did To Give Kane More Experience

During an episode of Something To Wrestle, Bruce Prichard recalled the time when Kane was very green and WWF deciding to send him to Jerry Jarrett’s promotion to give him more experience.

Below is what Prichard said:

“Glenn was greener than grass, Glenn was greener than the Christmas tree outfit that he wore as the Christmas menace or whatever the hell he was — Christmas Creature in Memphis, Tennessee which was hilarious!

Every time that picture would surface we’d kinda put it up around the dressing room for the Christmas Creature which was a green unitard basically head to toe with tinsel and balls hanging from it. So it was kinda funny.

Kane was just very, very green and Jerry Jarrett had promoted him as the second coming of Sid Vicious.

So we brought him in and took a look at him and he did have a great look. The big bastard, but he was not ready for prime time and we needed to get him a little more experience and kinda get him down on the farm before we were ready to bring him in. But we liked the size, the potential, plus he was a super nice guy on top of that.

There was something there, we didn’t have developmental, we didn’t have a Performance Center. We just had places like Memphis or someplace that had a school or someplace that they could work every day. That’s what needed to happen with Glenn at the time.”

        
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