• WWE HISTORY (September 16, 2002) – WWE Monday Night RAW
On this day in 2002, World Wrestling Entertainment aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Monday Night RAW’.
It was broadcasted from the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE Unforgiven 2002’ PPV.
Here’s the card:
1. Rico vs. Ric Flair
2. Booker T vs. Test
3. WWE World Tag Titles: Christian & Lance Storm vs. Bubba Ray Dudley & Spike Dudley
4. WWE IC Title: Chris Jericho vs. RVD
5. Kane vs. William Regal
6. World Heavyweight Title: Triple H vs. Jeff Hardy
• Reason Behind WWE Changing The Color Of Hell In A Cell Structure
As we noted before, WWE posted a live video of their employees setting up the Hell In A Cell structure for tonight.
It should be noted that WWE has changed their Hell In A Cell structure for the 2nd time. While the only change made this time is that it’s going to be red in color, it’s still a change.
The first change was made back in 2006 when the height of the Cell was increased.
Below is a photo of the new Hell In A Cell structure:
You can watch the video of WWE employees setting up the Hell in a Cell below:
Impact Wrestling’s GWN twitter account took a shot at WWE’s new Hell in a Cell structure by tweeting the following photo of TNA’s steel Asylum cage:
A red steel cage with a ceiling? Sounds familiar. pic.twitter.com/CktRRlP3Mg
— Global Wrestling Network (@GWNapp) September 15, 2018
Regarding the color change, WrestleVotes gave the following reason for it:
Asked about the Red Cell… source said “honestly, w/ all this 20 yr talk about Taker & Foley, I think Vince forgot how old the match was. So he changed it up. Like when Mania lost its roman numerals. Just something new.” Also, they did test for visibility and it’s OK. #WWEHIAC
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) September 16, 2018