• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (October 8, 2001) – WWF RAW IS WAR
On this day in 2001, the World Wrestling Federation aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF RAW IS WAR’.
It was broadcasted from the Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana and featured matches, interviews & segments, on the road to the ‘WWF No Mercy 2001’ PPV.
Here’s the card:
1. The Big Show & Spike Dudley & Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Tazz & The Dudley Boyz
2. WCW World Tag Titles: The Hardy Boyz vs. Booker T. & Test
3. Edge vs. Rhyno
4. Rob Van Dam & Shane McMahon vs. The Rock & Chris Jericho
5. X-Pac vs. Scotty Too Hotty
6. Mighty Molly vs. Lita
7. WWF World Title: Steve Austin vs. Kurt Angle
• Update On Actual Attendance For WWE Super Show-Down
WWE announced this past Saturday that 70,309 fans were in attendance for WWE Super Show-Down, which was main evented by the ‘Last Time Ever’ match between The Undertaker & Triple.
However, that is not the real number.
According to the Wrestling Observer, the actual attendance of the show was around 62,000, which is an impressive number as well.
With that being said, you can check out some noteworthy things from WWE Super Show-Down below:
– The longest match of the night was The Undertaker vs. Triple H. It lasted 27 minutes and 35 seconds.
– Triple H defeated The Undertaker in the main event. This was HHH’s first win over Taker in a singles match in 16 years.
– Cedric Alexander lost the WWE Cruiserweight Championship to Buddy Murphy. This was Cedric’s first singles loss in a year.
– Triple H’s win over The Undertaker was his first singles win in over two years.
– Buddy Murphy winning the WWE Cruiserweight Championship in Melbourne, Australia was the third ever Title change in Australia in company’s history.
– The Shield defeated The Dogs Of War (Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler). The Shield have been undefeated in 3 on 3 matches since 2015.
– Asuka has lost only two tag team matches in her WWE career. Both of these losses were to The IIconics.
– Daniel Bryan defeated The Miz in a 2 minute match. Bryan’s record against The Miz now is 4-2-1 in singles matches.
– After his match at WWE Super Show-Down, Triple H now shares the #2 spot with Kane on the list of the most PPV matches in WWF/E history. Triple H & Kane both have 167 PPV matches now. The Undertaker is on the #1 spot with 169 PPV matches.