• WWF Attitude Era Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
WWF Attitude Era Veteran K-Kwik, now better known as PG-Era WWE Superstar R-Truth (Real name: Ron Killings) celebrates his 48th birthday today.
K-Kwik wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from November 2000 to late 2001, then went to the new founded Total Nonstop Action as Ron “The Truth” Killings, where he became the first black NWA World Heavyweight Champion, before returning to the now renamed WWE in 2008 as R-Truth.
• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (January 19, 1997) – WWF Superstars
On this day in 1997, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Superstars’.
This episode was pre-taped at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Royal Rumble 1997’ PPV, that aired shortly after.
This was basically the official Pre-Show of the pay-per-view.
It aired live from the empty arena and featured Jim Ross conducting interviews with Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart and WWF World Champion Psycho Sid, as well as a closing segment in which Steve Austin interrupted Dok Hendrix & Todd Pettingill
• Explanation For What Happened With Kane When The Fiend Came Out (Video)
As seen on Friday Night SmackDown, Old School WWF Legend Kane made his return to WWE programming.
He opened the show and cut an in-ring promo. However, he got interrupted by Bray Wyatt, and then by The Fiend.
As soon as The Fiend’s music started, a drop of what seemed to be blood came dripping out of Kane’s mouth.
Fans thought Fiend somehow did something to Kane and The Big Red Machine would go down, but nothing happened.
You can watch it below:
What actually happened here was his red paint around the eyes got mixed with either sweat or the water from the wet mask hair and it dripped down his face.
While in the above video, it appears as though it came out of his mouth, but it was seen from other angles on SmackDown that similar red water was dripping down from his nose and eye area.