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WWE Edits Boos To Cheers During Seth Rollins’ Segment On RAW

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (November 13, 1993) – WWF Superstars

On this day in 1993, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Superstars of Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped at the Burlington Civic Center in Burlington, Vermont and featured matches, promos & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1993’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

1. Men on a Mission vs. Iron Mike Sharpe & Chuck Greenman

2. Ludvig Borga vs. Dan Dubiel

3. Bastion Booger vs. Joe Brenan

4. Razor Ramon vs. Rick Martel

5. Diesel vs. Chaz Ware

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• WWE Edits Boos To Cheers During Seth Rollins’ Segment On RAW

This week’s RAW was taped last Friday in UK and Seth Rollins didn’t get a babyface reaction during that segment. There were plenty of people who booed Rollins during his promo where he talked about how he’s the best wrestler in the world today.

You can watch it below:

Alex McCarthy of talkSPORT was in attendance for this RAW taping and noted that WWE heavily edited crowd reaction for Rollins during this segment:

“Just watching RAW back.

Anyone in attendance will back me up here: Seth Rollins’ line ‘I think I am the best wrestler on the planet’ was roundly booed.

Yet, they’ve made it sound like a majority cheer on the broadcast. Weird that they do that.

And this isn’t about Seth (I’ve been roundly abused before for arguing he is, in actual fact, very good and in the convo of best in the world), I’m just not big on crowd noises being adjusted to fit a narrative.”

Another fan who was in attendance had the following to say about this:

“One of the things I’ve found hilarious about last week’s and last night’s WWE RAW was that there were several times the audio (fans booing and cheering) didn’t even closely match what the audience was doing on TV. LMFAO wtf did WWE play with the audio?!?! #WWE”

This isn’t the first time WWE has edited crowd reactions for a taped show. WWE used to heavily edit fan reactions when SmackDown used to be a taped show.

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