• The Undertaker Got A Huge Pop For His Surprise Appearance Last Week (Video)
WWE Hall Of Famer The Undertaker made a surprise appearance at the San Diego Comic Con last week.
He received a huge pop from the fans in attendance. You can watch it below:
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During this appearance, he was asked to give his opinion on WWE moving back to the TV-14 rating after 14 years.
Below is what The Deadman said:
“I think it’s a good move. With their main demographic being 18-34 year old males.
Done the way that WWE will do it, it will mean much more than just a random, ‘Okay, we’re gonna use a cuss word because it’s gonna get a cheap pop.’
WWE is smart and hopefully, when they do, maybe it’s a chance to touch that Attitude Era, right?
Because I mean, the Attitude Era was out of control but it was such great, great TV. And we’re finally starting to get a talent roster now that knows how to use those kinds of tools.”
WATCH: Sara (Undertaker’s Ex-Wife) In A Bikini – Part 1:
• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (July 27, 2003) – WWE Vengeance 2003
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on July 27, 2003, WWE presented Vengeance 2003 PPV from the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.
This was the 3rd out of 8 Vengeance pay-per-views that aired between 2001 and 2011 (with none airing in 2008, 2009 & 2010).
Below are the results from the show:
Vacant WWE United States Championship: Eddie Guerrero defeated Chris Benoit
Jamie Noble defeated Billy Gunn
Bradshaw won The APA Invitational Bar Room Brawl
WWE Tag Team Championship: The World’s Greatest Tag Team (c) defeated Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio
No Count-Out: Sable defeated Stephanie McMahon
The Undertaker defeated John Cena
Mr. McMahon defeated Zach Gowen
Triple Threat – WWE Championship: Kurt Angle defeated Brock Lesnar (c) and Big Show