• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (December 2, 1991) – WWF Prime Time Wrestling
On this day in 1991, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Prime Time Wrestling’.
It featured pre-taped matches, studio interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF This Tuesday in Texas’ PPV.
The card can be found right here:
– Interview w/ Jack Tunney From Survivor Series
– The Bushwhackers vs. Barry Horowitz/Brian Costello
– Highlights Of Sgt. Slaughter Saving Jim Duggan From An Attack By The Nasty Boys
– Col. Mustafa vs. Al Phillips
– Bret Hart vs. Chris Duffy
– Ric Flair vs. Glen Ruth
– Virgil vs. Ted DiBiase
– The Warlord vs. Montana Miller
– The Big Boss Man vs. Von Krus
– The British Bulldog vs. The Mountie
– Skinner vs. Dale Wolfe
– El Matador Tito Santana vs. The Barbarian
– The Repo Man vs. Phil Apollo
– The Natural Disasters vs. Mike Samples/Greg Green
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• Reason Behind Vince McMahon Not Being High On Christian
During an episode of Something To Wrestle, Bruce Prichard (a.k.a Brother Love) talked about Vince McMahon not being high on Christian, but being interested in Edge.
Below is what Prichard said:
“Vince didn’t feel that Christian had the personality to connect with the audience in a big way. He didn’t think he was larger than life and at that time Vince wanted the top guys needed to be larger than life. You needed to be The Rock, needed to be Stone Cold, you needed to be The Undertaker.
Every time you would come up with an idea for Edge or Christian it would be like okay, there is a lot excitement there with Edge. ‘Oh by god, we could do this with him. We could do this with him, a big good-looking bastard and then we’d get to Christian and it would just be, ‘Ugh, godd*mn, do we have to shoot him? Do we have to see that face? The f**k’s he gonna say?!’
Vince felt Edge was the star of the team and while Christian had the tools, best damn worker on the card, and he would always say that and loved him personally. Just didn’t think that personality transcended and got to the audience.”