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What the World Was Watching: WWF Superstars - February 12, 1994

Ludvig Borga makes his last WWF appearance and Rick Martel and Randy Savage battle it out in the main event. »»

What the World Was Watching: WWF Superstars - February 5, 1994

Can the Steiner Brothers beat the Quebecers in ten minutes and get another crack at the WWF Tag Team Championships? »»

What the World Was Watching: Royal Rumble 1994

How many men does it take to make the Undertaker rest in peace? »»

What the World Was Watching: WWF Superstars - January 22, 1994

How many Shawn Michaels finishers can John Crystal take in one match and survive? »»

What the World Was Watching: WWF Superstars - January 15, 1994

Can Lex Luger avoid a trip to the bat cave? »»

What the World Was Watching: WWF Superstars - January 1, 1994

We kick off 1994 with Lex Luger defending America's honor against Jacques of the Quebecers. »»

This Week in 'E - Fallout from the Hart/Hogan Battle

Ratings fall out from last week’s Monday night battle, the debut of The American Dragon and the company cleans house in developmental. »»

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - December 20 1993

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - December 20 1993

- Taped from Poughkeepsie, NY.

- Your hosts are Vince & Shawn Michaels. I guess they're doing a rotating host deal until they can find a permanent color commentator. That combination would rule today, actually.

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

Survivor Series 93 is coming up and the show is in cruise control until then, except for a pretty hot Crush v. Savage feud. »»

The SmarK Legacy Rant for Monday Night RAW - October 25 1993

RAW itself this week isn't terribly notable aside from setting up a tag team title match later on, but there's a bonus match that's VERY interesting. »»

The Write Off: Survivor Series 1993

This card saw two announce teams: McMahon and Heenan, who do most of the card, and then Ross and Monsoon who are doing the Radio WWF broadcast and do the commentary for the Smokey Mountain Wrestling tag team championship match. This would be the last WWF pay-per-view that would feature Heenan until WrestleMania X-7 over seven years later and it would be the last WWF pay-per-view event from the old Boston Garden, which was put out of use in 1995. »»

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