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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - June 7 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - June 7 1993

- Live from New York

- Your hosts are Vince, Brain and Macho.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 31 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 31 1993

- Live from New York

- Your hosts are Vince, Macho and Brain.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 24 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 24 1993

- Taped from New York.

- Your hosts are Vince, Macho and Brain.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 17 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 17 1993

- Live from New York

- Your hosts are Vince, Macho and Brain.

- This is of course an episode that you may have heard about before.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 10 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 10 1993

- Oh so close now.

- Live from New York. This show has one of the most erratic taping schedules I've seen.

- Earlier tonight in the parking lot: In a moment that made the recent RAW DVD, Shawn Michael is cutting a promo and Mr. Perfect attacks him and beats him up on hood of Howard Finkel's car. Poor Fink, even his car gets no respect.

- Your hosts are Vince, Macho & Brain.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 3 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - May 3 1993

- Taped from New York

- Your hosts are Vince, Macho & Bobby.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - April 26 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - April 26 1993

- Live from New York

- Your hosts are Vince, Macho and BOBBY HEENAN. Free at last from Rob Bartlett!

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - April 12 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - April 12 1993

- Live from New York. I think. Who knows anymore? When you can't trust the word of Vince McMahon, who can you trust?

- Your hosts are Vince, Randy, and DAMMIT, Rob Bartlett.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - April 19 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - April 19 1993

- Taped from New York.

- Your hosts are Vince, Randy, and for the last time, Rob Bartlett. Thanks to Rob for taking the time to comment on last week's RAW rant and acknowledging how terrible an announcer he was.

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The SmarK Retro Rant for WCW Spring Stampede 1999

The SmarK Retro Rant for WCW Spring Stampede 99

- Live from Tacoma, WA

- Your hosts are Tony, Bobby and Mike.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for WWF Monday Night RAW - April 5 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - April 5 1993

- So it's the night after Wrestlemania IX.

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The SmarK Rant for WWE Extreme Rules 2009

The SmarK Rant for WWE Extreme Rules 2009

- Do they really pay people to think up these names?

- Live from New Orleans, LA

- Your hosts are JR, Todd, Cole, King, Striker & Josh.

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The SmarK Retro Re-Rant for WWF Wrestlemania IX

The SmarK Retro Re-Rant for WWF Wrestlemania IX

- Figured we might as well go whole hog and redo this one, since the buildup on the RAWs I've been doing has been towards this show. Plus I wanted to work in all the Anthology versions of WM anyway. Can you believe it's been ten years since I last did this one?

- Live from Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas.

- Your hosts are Bobby Heenan, Randy Savage and introducing…JIM ROSS! In a toga.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - March 22 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - March 22 1993

- Live from New York again.

- Your hosts are Vince, Randy and Rob.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - March 15 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - March 15 1993

- Live from Poughkeepsie, New York. Apparently a giant blizzard has prevented taping at the Manhattan Center, so this marks the first show shot somewhere else.

- Your hosts are Gorilla, Bobby and (Not) Vince McMahon. Uh oh, Rob Bartlett brings his impersonation skills again.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - March 8 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - March 8 1993

- Prerecorded from New York.

- Hosted by Vince, Macho & Rob.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for WWF Monday Night RAW - March 1 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - March 1 1993

- Yeah, I know I should get back to reviewing Wrestling Challenge again or whatever, but this show is like crack, I can see why CRZ used to love recapping it so much.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for WWF Monday Night RAW - January 22 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - February 22 1993

- Live from New York

- Your hosts are Vince & Rob & Macho

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Owen Hart's Top Ten Matches in the WWF

Ten years after Owen Hart's tragic death, Scott Keith puts together a compilation of what he feels are Owen’s 10 best WWF matches, in order of quality, taken from his various reviews over the years. "Historical significance aside for the moment," writes Scott, "these are just flat-out his best in-ring efforts in the WWF. Feel free to view any of them and judge for yourself, of course, and enjoy a bit of Owen while you do so." »»

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW – January 25 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for WWF Monday Night RAW - January 25 1993

- So we're one night removed from Royal Rumble 93 with this one.

- PRE-RECORDED from New York. Wow, when would they EVER say that today?

- Your hosts are Vince McMahon & Rob Bartlett & Bobby Heenan.

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The SmarK Legacy Rant for WWF Monday Night RAW – January 18 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for WWF Monday Night RAW - January 18 1993

- Home sick from work today, so let's hit some more classic content.

- Live from New York

- Your hosts are Vince McMahon, Rob Bartlett and Randy Savage (who is attacked by Repo Man in your first angle of the week, already)

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Primetime Wrestling – February 11 1988

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Primetime Wrestling - February 11 1988

- OK, so apparently THIS is the last Primetime. So sue me.

- Your hosts are Gorilla & Bobby. Bobby wants to talk about what happened on the Main Event, but it was during the "gag order" period after the show where everything was taped beforehand and Vince wasn't telling anyone the finish, so Gorilla prevents him from talking.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Maple Leaf Gardens – August 18 1985

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Maple Leaf Gardens - August 18 1985

- Taped from Toronto, ON

- Your hosts are Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse Ventura

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The SmarK DVD Rant for The Greatest Stars of the 90s

The SmarK DVD Rant for The Greatest Stars of the 90s

- Hosted by Tazz. This is similar to the 80s DVD in that it's broken down into a series of mini-biographies on the stars of the decade, but it's one big documentary disc first, followed by a pair of bonus match discs.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for World Championship Wrestling – October 25 1986

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for World Championship Wrestling - October 25 1986

- So this is the last rant on World Championship Wretling before 24/7 goes away, and in a sad bit of synchronicity, this is the show where we learn of Magnum TA's fate.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for WCW Monday Nitro – December 22 1997

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for WCW Monday Nitro - December 22 1997

I think it would be interesting if review the current and the next episode of WCW Nitro before WWE 24/7 gets taken off your system. The current episode is the infamous episode where the NWO takes apart the set and it becomes NWO Nitro. The next episode deals with the fallout from Starrcade 97.

Well even though I hate Nitro so very much, there's only two left so I might as well.

- Live from Macon, GA.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling – December 2 1981

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling - December 2 1981

- Hosted by Bob Caudle and David Crockett

- Unfortunately I only got three episodes of this before the end of 24/7 on Sasktel, so enjoy this last Mid-Atlantic rant.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Prime Time Wrestling – February 1 1988

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Prime Time Wrestling - February 1 1988

Man Scott, no Primetime rant? I remember you used to do them, i'd always come here and find out how long the match was because you time it, plus i like to hear your views on them. And since your cable company is taking it away at the end of April, Could you do one last rant of Primetime? thanks in advance, keep up the good work.

Sure, I rarely get feedback on what you guys like/dislike with the 24/7 rants so I kind of assumed that the general silence on Prime Time meant that people weren't reading them. But to close out the series, here's one final Prime Time Wrestling rant!

- Hosted by…Vince McMahon and Bobby Heenan? That ain't right. They're got a slightly bigger set than I'm used to as well.

- They discuss Royal Rumble from the previous night and we're off…

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Wrestlemania Anthology Rants Part 1: WM VI

The SmarK Retro Rant for WWF Wrestlemania VI - Anthology Edition!

- So after years of only having the Coliseum version of this show, I finally got the Wrestlemania Anthology, giving me the full bloated PPV versions of 6-10 on five glorious double-sided DVDs. I actually did see this show live on the big screen in Edmonton at the arena, which was the last time WM was available in that form. So I was taken aback when the tape came out and several matches were several minutes shorter than I remembered. I think they actually remastered the video for these as well, because it's far crisper than the VHS versions, even considering the superior DVD format. So prepare for another couple of weeks of Wrestlemania redos!

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Large and In Charge!

The SmarK 24/7 Rant - Large and In Charge!

- Yeah, so it's my last month of 24/7, and what do I get? "Classic" big man matches hosted by the Great Khali. What is this, a rib on me personally or something? Might as well go out reviewing, I guess.

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The SmarK Rant – Best WM Matches EVER

The SmarK Rant - Best Wrestlemania Matches EVER

- So yeah, Undertaker v. Shawn Michaels ruled, but just how hard did it rule? For sake of comparison, here's my listing of my current Top 10 best matches in Wrestlemania history.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for World Championship Wrestling – October 18 1986

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for World Championship Wrestling - October 18 1986

- So we're into the home stretch now for this show, as there's two left before Sasktel pulls the channel at the end of the month, and it's kind of fitting because this is getting close to the point where I originally started watching NWA wrestling back in the 80s anyway. For those keeping track of this sort of thing, all traces of "24/7" have now been excised from the channel, as everything is only branded as "WWE Classics on Demand". I'm stubborn, though, and I'll keep calling them 24/7 rants until we're done.

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The SmarK DVD Rant for Wrestling With Shadows

The SmarK DVD Rant for Hitman Hart: Wrestling With Shadows

At one point in Paul Jay's fantastic documentary about Bret Hart's last days in the WWF, Bret comments that the promotion had become like a prison to him. A prison where he had the nicest cell and where he had the run of the place thanks to his relationship to the warden, but at the end of the day he was still locked up. That attitude kind of hangs over the whole film, as we are seeing the last vestiges of the creative spirit trampled out of Bret by a business that is clearly passing him by.

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The SmarK DVD Rant for The New and Improved D-X

The SmarK DVD Rant for The New and Improved D-X!

- Here's an interesting one that I found for cheap, and it was interesting to me because all this "New D-X" stuff is exactly the period when I stopped watching WWE entirely, so it's a rare three-disc set of stuff where I've never seen ANY of it before outside of a couple of video packages and the RAW DVD set. So I figure it's worth a go for the price I paid. Which was basically nothing.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Houston Show – November 26 1986

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Houston Show - November 26 1986

- So unfortunately the countdown to the end begins here, as Sasktel will be dropping WWE 24/7 after April, which means I'll have to switch to the online version instead.

- Taped from Houston, TX. I guess this ties into Wrestlemania 25?

- Your hosts are Gorilla Monsoon & Killer Ken Resnick. For a minute I was terrified it was gonna be another Duke Doherty show.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for World Championship Wrestling - October 11 1986

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for World Championship Wrestling - October 11 1986

- God, it's been a lean month for content thus far on WWE 24/7, and with only a few updates this week and a 33-minute episode of WCW at that, there's not gonna be much new stuff from me, either. In case you were wondering.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Monday Night RAW - December 15 1997

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for Monday Night RAW - December 15 1997

- Taped from Durham, New Hampshire.

- HOUR #1!

- Your hosts are Jim Ross, Kevin Kelly and Michael Cole.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for World Championship Wrestling - October 4 1986

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for World Championship Wrestling - October 4 1986

- Your hosts are Tony & David. This is likely taped before the Omni show with the US tag title tournament they've been hyping for weeks, so no mention of the results or even the show here.

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The SmarK 24/7 Rant for WCW Bash at the Beach 2000

The SmarK 24/7 Rant for WCW Bash at the Beach 2000

- Ugh, why do I punish myself with this stuff? Unfortunately the original rant is pretty crappy, so let's journey back to the era of Russo & Bischoff. On the bright side, I don't remember any of this crap in the slightest, so much like reruns on NBC, it's new to me! Now where's the alcohol…

- Live from Daytona Beach, FL. And presented by a full nelson!

- Your hosts are Tony, Scott Hudson and Mark Madden.

- Right off the bat I'm fucking annoyed because Tony says "sports entertainment" a million times, which sounds ridiculous on a show that's supposed to be the "alternative" to WWE at the time.

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The SmarK DVD Rant for Kayfabe

The SmarK DVD Rant for Kayfabe

"They don't just call him Rocket Randy Tyler because it rhymes!"

"But…it doesn't rhyme."

"Exactly, man."

The Film

If The Wrestler is the dark side of small town indy wrestling promotions, Kayfabe is the light side. The Wrestler was about a former World champion main eventer dragged down to the level of small promotions doing spot shows, whereas this movie is about a smaller promotion that WISHES it could do spot shows, filled with guys who dream of one day making it to The Show. What that Show is, is never implicitly stated, but it's pretty easy to guess.

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