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• RAW Star Written Off WWE Programming

On this week’s RAW, Bobby Lashley successfully retained the WWE Championship by defeating RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton (this happened before Big E successfully cashed-in his Money In The Bank contract to become the new WWE Champion).

During the match, Orton took out MVP with an RKO on the floor outside the ring.

WWE has announced that MVP suffered broken ribs due to this and is out indefinitely.

This is obviously a kayfabe (storyline) injury, which was used to write MVP off WWE programming for the time being.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (September 16, 1996) – WWF Action Zone (FINAL EPISODE)

On this day in 1996, the World Wrestling Federation aired the last ever episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Action Zone’.

This episode featured matches, promos, highlights & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF In Your House 10: Mind Games’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

Highlights Of Faarooq Injuring Ahmed Johnson

Interview w/ Ahmed Johnson (From WWF Mania)

The British Bulldog vs. Owen Hart (From Last Weeks Raw)

Highlights Of Sid vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley (From Raw On September 6th)

Perfect Point With Mr. Perfect. They Show The Feud Between Him And Hunter Hearst Helmsley (From WWF Mania)

Superstars Memory: They Show The Mr. Perfect Vignettes

Superstars Memory: Bret Hart Winning Superstar Of The Year (From 1992)

Highlights Of Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Marc Mero (From Raw September 6th)

Highlights Of Faarooq vs. Savio Vega (From Last Weeks Raw)

They Show Some Of The Interesting Characters That Have Appeared On WWF Superstars

Highlight Video On Andre The Giant

Mr. Perfect Interviews Bret Hart

Promo By Owen Hart And Brian Pillman (From Last Weeks Raw)

Superstars Memory: Goldust Revealing His Razor Ramon Tattoo

Superstars Memory: The Brother Love Show With The Undertaker And They Introduce Paul Bearer

        
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