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Hall Of Famer Says He Should Have Won The WWF Championship Twice

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• Hall Of Famer Says He Should Have Won The WWF Championship Twice

On the latest edition of his weekly ‘The Snake Pit’ podcast, WWF Legend Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts said that he feels like he should’ve won the WWF Championship twice, but he didn’t win it even once.

Here’s what Jake had to say:

“As far as what could have been? A lot of things could have been. Hell, I could have beaten (Hulk) Hogan for the belt. That could have happened. But it didn’t.

I think I should have had two World Title runs, but I didn’t. But that’s okay, man.”

Jake Roberts wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1986 until 1992, then went to Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling for a few months in 1992, but eventually returned to the WWF for another run from 1996 till 1997.

He currently works in All Elite Wrestling, as a Manager for Lance Archer.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 15, 2002) – WWE Armageddon 2002

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 15, 2002, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE Armageddon 2002’ LIVE on PPV from the Office Depot Center in Sunrise, Florida.

The company brought back Armageddon in 2002, which was the 3rd edition of the pay-per-view after 1999 & 2000, but the 1st one under the WWE banner.

Here are the PPV results:

4-Way elimination – World Tag Team Championship: Booker T & Goldust defeated Chris Jericho & Christian (c), The Dudley Boyz and Lance Storm & William Regal

Edge defeated A-Train by DQ

Chris Benoit defeated Eddie Guerrero

Batista defeated Kane

Triple threat – WWE Women’s Championship: Victoria (c) defeated Jacqueline and Trish Stratus

WWE Championship: Kurt Angle defeated Big Show (c)

Three Stages of Hell – World Heavyweight Championship: Triple H defeated Shawn Michaels (c)

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