• JBL On Which Match With Undertaker Surprised Vince McMahon
WWE Hall Of Fame 2020 inductee JBL was the guest on this week’s WWE After The Bell podcast with Corey Graves, where he recalled one of the longest matches of his career with The Undertaker at a house show.
Below is what he said:
“Literally, we’d walk out there and feel the crowd. I remember one time we went 48 minutes in some live event and it was like a third tier market.
We enjoyed the art, and we enjoyed being out in front of a crowd. The crowd was on fire that night, but it was, like, a market you’ve never heard of. Things rocked that night!
We went 48 minutes because I remember Vince coming up up to us and he goes, ‘You guys went 48 minutes at a live event?’ I said, ‘Yeah! It was fun!’ He goes, ‘Good for you!'”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 3, 1991) – WWF Battle Royal at the Albert Hall
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 3, 1991, the World Wrestling Federation held ‘WWF Battle Royal at the Albert Hall’ at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England.
The event aired on ‘Sky Movies Plus’ in the UK and was later released on VHS and DVD.
Here are the results from that night:
The Nasty Boys defeated The Rockers
Ric Flair defeated Tito Santana
Earthquake defeated Big Boss Man
The Mountie defeated Kerry Von Erich
The Undertaker defeated Jim Duggan by DQ
WWF Tag Team Championship: The Legion of Doom (c) defeated Power and Glory
The British Bulldog defeated The Barbarian
The British Bulldog won a 20-man battle royal