On This Day (Second Post): July 6, 1997 – In Your House #16: Canadian Stampede: A Forgotten Classic

In Your House 16: Canadian Stampede Date: July 6, 1997 Location: Saddledome, Calgary *dramatic pause* Alberta, Canada Attendance: 12,151 Commentators: Jerry Lawler, Jim Ross Well, KOTR has passed. Your highlights are Steve Austin and the returning Shawn Michaels have beaten Owen and the Bulldog for the tag belts. This happened on a Raw but I’m […]

Wrestlemania Count-Up – Wrestlemania XIII: Austin’s Ascension

Wrestlemania XIII Date: March 23, 1997 Location: Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois Attendance: 18,197 Commentators: Vince McMahon, Jim Ross, Jerry Lawler There’s a very strong case that this is the night where the Attitude Era began. I’m not sure if that’s the case but it beats almost anything else for second place. The alleged main event […]

Monday Night Raw – December 8, 1997: He Is Ready

Monday Night Raw Date: December 8, 1997 Location: Civic Center, Portland, Maine Attendance: 6,510 Commentators: Vince McMahon, Jerry Lawler, Kevin Kelly, Michael Cole This is another request for reasons that I don’t remember. It’s the night after DX In Your House which means that Austin retained the IC Title and Shawn kept the WWF Title […]

Monday Night Raw – November 16, 1998: Austin vs. Rock For The Title

Monday Night Raw Date: November 16, 1998 Location: Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky Attendance: 17,610 Commentators: Jim Ross, Jerry Lawler So the YouTube channel I use to get house shows from has been shut down by the user so it’s back to Raw for me. On top of that, this is the show that I had […]

History of Summerslam Count-Up – 1992: Why Does No One Remember The Rest Of This Show? It’s Awesome.

Summerslam 1992 Date: August 29, 1992 (aired on PPV August 31, 1992) Location: Wembley Stadium, London, England Attendance: 80,355 Commentators: Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan We’re a year removed from the nearly complete and utter crap that was Summerslam 1991. After Warrior was fired, he was back a mere 6 months later to save Hogan from […]