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Taken from Figure Four Weekly/Reddit:

 

The original idea was to be "along the lines of the famous Dallas soap opera storyline of who shot JR".

 

Vince's entire family including his real-life brother Rod McMahon (and his own family) were to appear on TV and attend a funeral for Vince.

 

According to a former WWE writer, Vince might have wanted to build up an army of stars to reclaim his throne upon returning. Other ideas were to have Vince grow out his hair, beard and fingernails while he was off-screen.

 

In the end, there would be a full on investigation about whodunit and Mr. Kennedy would come out about himself being the illegitimate son of Vince (before they brought it back and had it be Hornswoggle) and inherit the company.

 

From there, the WWE would do a Kennedy vs. Stephanie/Shane storyline to fight over control of the company with the conclusion at WrestleMania 24 where Vince would return alongside Kennedy.

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Benoit with the save there. That storyline sounds awful.

Jesus, that's terrible :lol:

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Benoit with the save there. That storyline sounds awful.

Jesus, that's terrible :lol:

 

Not as terrible as that storyline would have been

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[Triple H's promo begins at about 3 minutes]

 

6 years ago today, WWE presented Monday Night Smackdown from the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

 

Confused? Well, the RAW roster was stuck in the United Kingdom due to a erupting volcano in Iceland. Air travel out of the country was banned, and since Smackdown didn't go to Europe (at the time), they got the call. So did Lilian Garcia, who was pulled out of retirement for one night.

  • Drew McIntyre defeated Matt Hardy.
  • The Undertaker defeated Jack Swagger.
  • Khaluber & MacGruber defeated Vladimir Kozlov in a 2-on-1 handicap match.
  • Edge, Rey Mysterio, and Triple H defeated Chris Jericho, CM Punk, and Luke Gallows.
  • In a post-show dark match, Triple H and The Undertaker fought to a no contest.

 

http://www.cagesideseats.com/2016/4/19/11441510/this-day-in-wrestling-history-apr-19-monday-night-smackdown

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Always remember Austin's promo before this - "He hit me upside the head with a damn shovel!!"

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Taken from Figure Four Weekly/Reddit:

 

The original idea was to be "along the lines of the famous Dallas soap opera storyline of who shot JR".

 

Vince's entire family including his real-life brother Rod McMahon (and his own family) were to appear on TV and attend a funeral for Vince.

Wait WHAT

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Taken from Figure Four Weekly/Reddit:

 

The original idea was to be "along the lines of the famous Dallas soap opera storyline of who shot JR".

 

Vince's entire family including his real-life brother Rod McMahon (and his own family) were to appear on TV and attend a funeral for Vince.

Wait WHAT

 

 

Yeah, I'd never heard about that either but it's a thing. Amazing how in so many years he's never been mentioned. I think, at least.

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How many surgeries did Chyna have?, in her later WWE years she looked like a totally new person.

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How many surgeries did Chyna have?, in her later WWE years she looked like a totally new person.

 

 

Even during the AE she would look different on a monthly basis. It was weird.

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22 years ago today at a WCW Saturday Night taping in Atlanta, Georgia, Ric Flair defeated Ricky Steamboat to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. The championship was held up due to a double pin at Spring Stampede. This would be the final match between the two longtime rivals.

http://www.cagesideseats.com/2016/4/24/11466814/this-day-in-wrestling-history-apr-24-flair-steamboat-one-last-time

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