• OLD SCHOOL HISTORY (September 27, 1993) – WWF Monday Night RAW
On this day in 1993, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Monday Night RAW’.
It was pre-taped at the Coliseum in New Haven, Connecticut and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE Survivor Series 1993’ PPV.
Here’s the card:
1. Tatanka vs. Rick Martel
2. Ludvig Borga vs. Phil Apollo
3. Jimmy Snuka vs. Paul VanDale
4. The Quebecers vs. The 1-2-3 Kid & Barry Horowitz
• WWE Hall Of Famer Talks About Injuring The Undertaker, Comments On Liv Morgan’s Injury On RAW
During a recent edition of Busted Open Radio, WWE Hall of Famer Bubba Ray Dudley talked about Liv Morgan getting injured on this week’s episode of RAW after exchange with Brie Bella.
While discussing this topic, Bubba recalled a moment where he injured The Undertaker during a match.
Below is what Bubba said:
“I hit Undertaker in the back of the head with a steel chair and put 9 staples in his head. What do you think the repercussions should have been?
On a personal level, what do you think should have been between me and The Undertaker? A fight in the locker room! He should have been waiting for me and ready to punch me in the face after it happened.
On a professional level what do you think should have happened? Fired or suspended or something!
You can’t hit somebody in the back with a chair but let the chair ride too high and hit him in the back of the head. My chair shot was supposed to hit him square in the back. My chair shot went high and the lip of the chair caught The Undertaker in the back of the head, split him clean open in the beginning of the match…9 staples. I should have been crucified.
You know what happened after the match? I went into the locker room just me and him he didn’t yell. His voice never went above the tone I’m using right now. He politely asked me to sit down and he then educated me on why that can never happen again.
He didn’t threaten me. He told me how it could affect my career when it came to carelessness moving on. It was handled in the most professional of ways. Because he knows just like I know just like everybody else knows that it ain’t freaking ballet. Accidents do happen. Mine was a completely careless accident. I know how I made my mistake but I should have never made my mistake.
What I saw happen the other night with the two girls was a little bit of rust and a little bit of inexperience came together in a moment in time. And that’s what happened. And it’s between Brie and it’s between Liv and really the only people who can talk about it are wrestlers.
— Les Moore (@prowrestling) September 25, 2018
There is so much negativity with fans on social media, ‘oh she botched this, oh she did this wrong’. People taking her side or burying her and everything like this.
You’re not the professionals, people. If you think you know how to do it or you think you can do it better, please become a wrestler.”