• Ric Flair Reacts To His “Wooo” Being Added Back To WWE’s Opening Show Intro
After the Dark Side Of The Ring controversy related to Ric Flair and the Plane Ride From Hell, WWE removed Flair’s iconic “Woooo” from their TV show intro.
However, they added it back after some time. Flair tweeted the following when it was added back:
“The Most Hurtful Moment In My ENTIRE Career Was Losing My Spot. Thank You So Much For Giving Me Back My Dignity & My Life!”
This past Saturday at WWE Crown Jewel 2022, Flair’s “Woooo” was gone once again from the show intro, which led to Flair tweeting the following:
“Hoping This Was An Error… Watching The #WWECrownJewel I Couldn’t Help But Notice My Absence From The Opening.
Great Show! Tremendous Performances! Congratulations To All The WWE Superstars!
If I Turn RAW On Monday And I’m Not On, I’ll Absolutely Have To Speak On The Matter!”
Flair has nothing to worry about, because the “Woooo” was added back to the show intro on last night’s RAW.
A happy Nature Boy then went on to post the following:
“Thanks WWE! I’m Back Up & Running! It’s A Big F*cking Deal To Be In The Opening! WOOOOO!”
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (November 8, 1998) – WWF Sunday Night HEAT
On this day in 1998, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Sunday Night HEAT’.
It was broadcasted from the Reunion Arena in Dallas, Texas and featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1998’ PPV.
The card can be found right here:
Bob Holly & 2 Cold Scorpio vs. Too Much
X-Pac vs. Steven Regal
The Godfather vs. Marc Mero
Darren Drozdov vs. Jeff Jarrett