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• Interesting Name Produced Undertaker’s RAW XXX Segment

According to PWInsider, TNA Legend Abyss produced The Undertaker – LA Knight – Bray Wyatt segment last night at RAW XXX.

For those who don’t know, Abyss was once offered a WrestleMania program against The Undertaker back in the mid-2000s, but he decided to stay in TNA.

Below is the complete list of Producers for last night’s matches / segments:

– Michaels Hayes produced the Tribal Court segment with The Bloodline.

– Abyss produced The Undertaker – LA Knight – Bray Wyatt segment.

– Tyson Kidd produced Becky Lynch vs. Bayley Steel Cage brawl.

– Shane Helms produced the DX segment, and the match that followed: Seth Rollins & The Street Profits vs. Imperium.

– Petey Williams produced the Charlotte Flair – Bianca Belair segment and the Belair vs. Sonya Deville match.

– Jason Jordan produced The Miz – Kevin Owens segment.

– Adam Pearce produced Austin Theory (c) vs. Bobby Lashley for the United States Championship, featuring the return of Brock Lesnar.

Also Read: The Undertaker Comments On His Moment With Bray Wyatt At RAW XXX

WATCH: Michelle McCool (Undertaker’s Wife) Exposed Due To Major Wardrobe Malfunction:

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (January 24, 1988) – WWF Royal Rumble 1988

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on January 24, 1988, the World Wrestling Federation aired the first ever ‘Royal Rumble’ LIVE on the USA Network from the Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

The very first (televised) Royal Rumble event was also the only Rumble that wasn’t a PPV, but aired on free television instead.

The Royal Rumble match itself had only 20 Wrestlers in it, as opposed to 30 Wrestlers like it had from the next year onwards (except in 2011 when it was 40 men).

The event also included Dino Bravo breaking a World Bench Press record (kayfabe wise, as Jesse Venture did help him a bit at the end) and the Hogan/André II contract signing.

This event was held on the same night as NWA Bunkhouse Stampede 1988, which was on PPV though.

Results:

– Ricky Steamboat defeated Rick Rude by DQ

– Two-out-of-three falls – WWF Women’s Tag Team Championship: The Jumping Bomb Angels defeated The Glamour Girls (c)

– Jim Duggan won the 20-man Royal Rumble match

– Two-out-of-three falls: The Islanders defeated The Young Stallions

        
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