• The Undertaker Names WWE Match He Didn’t Want To Compete In
The Undertaker spoke to Sports Illustrated recently to promote his Final Farewell at WWE Survivor Series 2020 this Sunday.
During the interview, he revealed that he didn’t want to compete in a Punjab Prison match.
Below is what he said:
“We had — and I’m sorry I don’t remember all the details to it but it centered around the first Punjabi Prison match, and he was just steadfast in how — because [The Great] Khali wasn’t able to do it so Big Show ended up being in the match and he was just steadfast that he wanted this bump through the door and I kept telling him, I said, ‘This is gonna look like crap, it ain’t gonna work the way you see it. I’ve been on this thing, this structure all day. It’s just not gonna happen that way.’ ‘Oh, it’ll be great, it’ll be great.’ ‘I’m telling ya, it’s gonna suck’.”
Taker said that this was his most “contentious” disagreement with Vince McMahon, and the ending of the match left fans disappointed, which proved him right.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 20, 1993) – WCW Battlebowl
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 20, 1993, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘WCW Battlebowl’ LIVE on PPV from the Pensacola Civic Center in Pensacola, Florida.
The pay-per-view had the tagline “Ready! Set! Battlebowl!”.
The results are here:
Vader & Cactus Jack defeated Charlie Norris & Stevie Ray
Brian Knobs & Johnny B. Badd defeated Erik Watts & Paul Roma
The Shockmaster & Paul Orndorff defeated Ricky Steamboat & Lord Steven Regal
King Kong & Dustin Rhodes defeated The Equalizer & Awesome Kong
Sting & Jerry Saggs defeated Ron Simmons & Keith Cole
Ric Flair & Steve Austin defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Maxx Payne
Rick Rude & Shanghai Pierce defeated Tex Slazenger & Marcus Bagwell
Road Warrior Hawk & Rip Rogers defeated Davey Boy Smith & Booker T
Big Van Vader won the 16-man BattleBowl battle royal