• THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (August 18, 1996) – WWF Action Zone
On this day in 1996, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Action Zone’.
This episode featured matches, promos, highlights & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF SummerSlam 1996’ PPV, which took place on the same day.
Here’s the card:
The Undertaker vs. Who (From Superstars)
Interview w/ Ahmed Johnson From His Home After His Surgery
Crush vs. Aldo Montoya (From Superstars)
Highlights Of The Feud Between Shawn Michaels And Vader
Mankind vs. Billy Two Eagles (From Superstars)
Mr. Perfect Interviews Bret Hart
Justin Hawk Bradshaw/Uncle Zebekiah vs. Freddie Joe Floyd/Savio Vega (From Superstars)
A Vignette On The Stalker
A Video Of Sunny Changing Clothes Behind A Screen
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Marc Mero (From Superstars)
• WWE May Be Planning To Debut A Brand New Title Soon
Shane McMahon introduced RAW Underground for the third hour of WWE RAW three weeks ago. The idea was introduced in an attempt to boost the ratings of the show.
While there isn’t any prize for winning the fights there, it seems like we may see the debut of the RAW Underground Championship, if WWE plans to stick around with the idea for a long time.
Twitter user BeltFanDan, who has broken several news stories about Championships in the past, reports that there have been talks of introducing a RAW Underground Championship, which would look like the WWF Hardcore Championship.
“Supposedly the idea of a RAW Underground Championship was pitched. Suggestions included it looking beat up like the Hardcore belt with spray paint and simulated brick texturing.”
Supposedly the idea of a Raw Underground Championship was pitched. Suggestions included it looking beat up like the Hardcore belt with spray paint and simulated brick texturing.
— Dan Beltzer (@BeltFanDan) August 18, 2020
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