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So the concept of this BTB is simple. I will write the shows but I will change the companies over the time, just like real bookers do. So my plan is to write WWF from August '96 to November '97, WCW from April '98 to January '99 and on, and on... I know this is very ambitious but I will try.


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WCW Monday Nitro has been beating WWF Monday Night Raw in a head-to-head war for nine weeks and Vince McMahon is really concerned about it. nWo storyline is in full swing and every day storyline attracts more and more people. Because of that, it is hard to expect that WWF will beat WCW in a ratings war with this direction. There are too many cartoonish character on the show. Beacuse of that, Vince decided to hire a new booker. Last night, after SummerSlam, Vince confirmed that Luke Johnson is a new head booker of WWF. He is an anonymous in the wrestling world. This 35 year old booker has been on the creative team of AWA(1990-1991), AWF(1994) and ECW(1995). Vince hopes that Johnson will help WWF to turn the tide against WCW. Alongside Johnson, on the creative team are: Vince ....., Jim Cornette, Vince McMahon, Kevin Dunn, Bruce Prichard and Jim Ross.

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WWF SummerSlam 1996 Results:



Free For All match: "Stone Cold" Steve Austin def. Yokozuna
Main Show:
Owen Hart def. Savio Vega(13:23)
WWF World Tag Team Championship: The Smoking Guns(c) def. The Bodydonnas, The New Rockers and The Godwinns(12:18)
Sycho Sid def. British Bulldog(6:24)
Goldust(with Marlena) def. Marc Mero(with Sable)(11:01)
Jerry "The King" Lawler def. Jake Roberts(4:07)
Boiler Room Match: Mankind def. The Undertaker(with Paul Bearer)(26:40)
WWF Championship: Shawn Michaels(c)(with Jose Lothario) def. Vader(with Jim Cornette)(28:59)
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WCW Monday Nitro has been beating WWF Monday Night Raw in a head-to-head war for nine weeks and Vince McMahon is really concerned about it. nWo storyline is in full swing and every day storyline attracts more and more people. Because of that, it is hard to expect that WWF will beat WCW in a ratings war with this direction. There are too many cartoonish character on the show. Beacuse of that, Vince decided to hire a new booker. Last night, after SummerSlam, Vince confirmed that Luke Johnson is a new head booker of WWF. He is an anonymous in the wrestling world. This 35 year old booker has been on the creative team of AWA(1990-1991), AWF(1994) and ECW(1995). Vince hopes that Johnson will help WWF to turn the tide against WCW. Alongside Johnson, on the creative team are: Vince ....., Jim Cornette, Vince McMahon, Kevin Dunn, Bruce Prichard and Jim Ross.

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Originally Posted by Wrestling Observer Newsletter
WWF SummerSlam 1996 Results:



Free For All match: "Stone Cold" Steve Austin def. Yokozuna
Main Show:
Owen Hart def. Savio Vega(13:23)
WWF World Tag Team Championship: The Smoking Guns(c) def. The Bodydonnas, The New Rockers and The Godwinns(12:18)
Sycho Sid def. British Bulldog(6:24)
Goldust(with Marlena) def. Marc Mero(with Sable)(11:01)
Jerry "The King" Lawler def. Jake Roberts(4:07)
Boiler Room Match: Mankind def. The Undertaker(with Paul Bearer)(26:40)
WWF Championship: Shawn Michaels(c)(with Jose Lothario) def. Vader(with Jim Cornette)(28:59)
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Founded: 1952
BTB Start Year: 1996

World Wrestling Federation Roster

*As of August 19, 1996

*Face
*Heel

Ahmed Johnson - Injured
Aldo Montoya
Barry Horrowitz
Bart Gunn
Bob Holly
Bret Hart
Billy Gunn
Justin "Hawk" Bradshaw
Barry Windham

British Bulldog
Brian Pillman

C...h
Faarooq
Goldust

Henry Godwinn
Hunter Hearst Helmsley
Jake Roberts
Mankind
Marc Mero
Owen Hart
Phinias Godwinn
Road Dogg
Savio Vega
Shawn Michaels

Stone Cold Steve Austin
Sycho Sid
Undertaker

Vader
Mr. Bob Backlund

Salvatore Sincere
Ron Harris
Don Harris

Mark Henry
"The Brooklyn Brawler" Steve Lombardi

Yokozuna

Champions

WWF Champion: Shawn Michaels
WWF Intercontinental Champion: Vacated
WWF World Tag Team Champions: Smoking Gunns(Billy Gunn & Bart Gunn)

Authority Figures

Vince McMahon - WWF Chairman (21.2.1980. - present)
Gorilla Monsoon - WWF President (12.7.1995. - present)

Former Authority Figures

Vince J. McMahon, Sr. - WWF Chairman (1954 – 21.2.1980.)
Willie Gilzenberg - WWF President (1963 – 15.11.1978)
Hisashi Shinma - WWF President (15.11.1978 – 1984)
Jack Tunney - WWF President (1984 - 12.7.1995)
Roddy Piper - Interim President (1996) (replacement for injured Gorilla Monsoon)

Other on Air Talent

Vince McMahon - Announcer
Jim Ross - Announcer
Jerry Lawler - Color Commentator
Paul Bearer - Mankind's Manager
Marlena - Goldust's Manager
Sunny - Smoking Guns' Manager
Sable - Marc Mero's Manager
Clarence Mason - Camp Cornette's Lawyer
Todd Pettengill - Backstage Interviewer
Dok Hendrix - Backstage Interviewer
Kevin Kelly - Backstage Interviewer

Teams/Alliances

Camp Cornette(Vader, Yokozuna, Owen Hart & British Bulldog, Jim Cornette, Clarence Mason)
The Godwinns(Henry Godwinn & Phinias Godwinn)
Smoking Guns(Billy Gunn & Bart Gunn)

Goldust & Marlena
Marc Mero & Sable
Grimm Twinns(Don & Ron Harris)
The New Rockers(Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy)
Shawn Michaels & Jose Lothario

Pay Per View Schedule
In Your House 10: Mind Games - September 22, 1996., CoreStates Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
In Your House 11: Buried Alive - October 20, 1996., Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, Indiana
Survivor Series 1996 - November 17, 1996., Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
In Your House 12: It's Time - December 15, 1996., West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, Florida
Royal Rumble 1997 - January 19, 1997., Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas

History of World Wrestling Federation Championship

Buddy Rogers (April 25, 1963. - May 17, 1963.) - won an apocryphal tournament
Bruno Sammartino (May 17, 1963. - January 18, 1971) - won in a singles match against Buddy Rogers
Ivan Koloff (January 18, 1971. - February 8, 1971) - won in a singles match against Bruno Sammartino
Pedro Morales (February 8, 1971 - December 1, 1973) - won in a singles match against Ivan Koloff
Stan Stasiak (December 1, 1973 - December 10, 1973) - won in a singles match against Pedro Morales
Bruno Sammartino (December 10, 1973 - April 30, 1977) - won in a singles match against Stan Stasiak
Billy Graham (April 30, 1977 - February 20, 1978) - won in a singles match against Bruno Sammartino
Bob Backlund (February 20, 1978 - December 26, 1983) - won in a singles match against Billy Graham
Iron Sheik (December 26, 1983 - January 23, 1984) - won by forfeit
Hulk Hogan (January 23, 1984 - February 5, 1988) - won in a singles match against Iron Sheik
Andre The Giant (February 5, 1988) - won in a singles match against Hulk Hogan at The Main Event I
Vacated
Randy Savage (March 27, 1988 - April 2, 1989) - won in a tournament finals against Ted DiBiase at WrestleMania IV
Hulk Hogan (April 2, 1989 - April 1, 1990) - won in a singles match against Randy Savage at WrestleMania V
Ultimate Warrior (April 1, 1990 - January 19, 1991) - won in a singles match against Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania VI
Sgt. Slaughter (January 19, 1991 - March 24, 1991) - won in a singles match against Ultimate Warrior at Royal Rumble
Hulk Hogan (March 24, 1991 - November 27, 1991) - won in a singles match against Sgt. Slaughter at WrestleMania VII
The Undertaker (November 27, 1991 - December 3, 1991) - won in a singles match against Hulk Hogan at Survivor Series
Hulk Hogan (December 3, 1991 - December 7, 1991) - won in a singles match against The Undertaker at This Tuesday in Texas
Vacated
Ric Flair (January 19, 1992 - April 5, 1992) - won the Royal Rumble match for WWF Championship
Randy Savage (April 5, 1992 - September 14, 1992) - won in a singles match against Ric Flair at WrestleMania VIII
Ric Flair (September 1, 1992 - October 12, 1992) - won in a singles match against Randy Savage at Prime Time Wrestling
Bret Hart (October 12, 1992 - April 4, 1993) - won in a singles match against Ric Flair
Yokozuna (April 4, 1993) - won in a singles match against Bret Hart at WrestleMania IX
Hulk Hogan (April 4, 1993 - June 13, 1993) - won in a singles match against Yokozuna at WrestleMania IX
Yokozuna (June 13, 1993 - March 20, 1994) - won in a singles match against Hulk Hogan at King of the Ring
Bret Hart (March 20, 1994 - November 23, 1994) - won in a singles match against Yokozuna against Yokozuna at WrestleMania X
Bob Backlund (November 23, 1994 - November 26, 1994) - won in a submission match against Bret Hart at Survivor Series
Diesel (November 26, 1994 - November 19, 1995) - won in a singles match against Bob Backlund
Bret Hart (November 19, 1995 - March 31, 1996) - won in a no-disqualification match against Diesel at Survivor Series
Shawn Michaels (March 31, 1996 - ) - won in a 60-minute Iron Man match at WrestleMania XII


History of WWF Intercontinental Championship

Pat Patterson (September 1, 1979 - April 21, 1980) - won in a singles match against Ted DiBiase
Ken Patera (April 21, 1980 - December 8, 1980) - won in a singles match against Pat Patterson
Pedro Morales (December 8, 1980 - June 20, 1981) - won in a singles match against Ken Patera
Don Muraco (June 20, 1981 - November 23, 1981) - won in a singles match against Pedro Morales
Pedro Morales (November 23, 1981 - January 22, 1983) - won in a singles match against Don Muraco
Don Muraco (January 22, 1983 - February 11, 1984) - won in a singles match against Pedro Morales
Tito Santana (February 11, 1984 - September 24, 1984) - won in a singles match against Don Muraco
Greg Valentine (September 24, 1984 - July 6, 1985) - won in a singles match against Tito Santana
Tito Santana (July 6, 1985 - February 8, 1986) - won in a Steel Cage match against Greg Valentine
Randy Savage (February 8, 1986 - March 29, 1987) - won in a singles match against Tito Santana
Ricky Steamboat (March 29, 1987 - June 2, 1987) - won in a singles match against Randy Savage at WrestleMania III
Honky Tonk Man (June 2, 1987 - August 29, 1988) - won in a singles match againt Ricky Steamboat at Superstars of Wrestling
Ultimate Warrior (August 29, 1988 - April 2, 1989) - won in a singles match against Honky Tonk Man at SummerSlam
Rick Rude (April 2, 1989 - August 28, 1989) - won in a singles match against Ultimate Warrior at WrestleMania V
Ultimate Warrior (August 28, 1989 - April 1, 1990) - won in a singles match against Rick Rude at SummerSlam
Vacated
Mr. Perfect (April 23, 1990 - August 27, 1990) - won a tournament for the title at Superstars of Wrestling
Texas Tornado (August 27, 1990 - November 19, 1990) - won in a singles match against Mr. Perfect at SummerSlam
Mr. Perfect (November 19, 1990 - August 26, 1991) - won in a singles match against Texas Tornado at Superstars of Wrestling
Bret Hart (August 26, 1991 - January 17, 1992) - won in a singles match against Mr. Perfect at SummerSlam
The Mountie (January 17, 1992 - January 19, 1992) - won in a singles match against Bret Hart
Roddy Piper (January 19, 1992 - April 5, 1992) - won in a singles match against The Mountie at Royal Rumble
Bret Hart (April 5, 1992 - August 29, 1992) - won in a singles match against Roddy Piper at WrestleMania VIII
British Bulldog (August 29, 1992 - October 27, 1992) - won in a singles match against Bret Hart at SummerSlam
Shawn Michaels (October 27, 1992 - May 17, 1993) - won in a singles match against British Bulldog at Saturday Night's Main Event
Marty Jannetty (May 17, 1993 - June 6, 1993) - won in a singles match against Shawn Michaels at Raw
Shawn Michaels (June 6, 1993 - September 27, 1993) - won in a singles match against Marty Jannetty
Vacated
Razor Ramon (September 27, 1993 - April 13, 1994) - won a battle royal for the title at Raw
Diesel (April 13, 1994 - August 29, 1994) - won in a singles match against Razor Ramon at Superstars of Wrestling
Razor Ramon (August 29, 1994 - January 22, 1995) - won in a singles match against Diesel at SummerSlam
Jeff Jarrett (January 22, 1995 - April 26, 1995) - won in a singles match against Razor Ramon at Royal Rumble
Vacated
Jeff Jarrett (April 26, 1995 - May 19, 1995) - won in a singles match against Bob Holly
Razor Ramon (May 19, 1995 - May 21, 1995) - won in a Ladder match against Jeff Jarrett
Jeff Jarrett (May 21, 1995 - July 23, 1995) - won in a singles match against Razor Ramon
Shawn Michaels (July 23, 1995 - October 22, 1995) - won in a singles match against Jeff Jarrett at In Your House 2: The Lumberjacks
Dean Douglas (October 22, 1995) - won the title by forfeit at In Your House 4: Great White North
Razor Ramon (October 22, 1995 - January 21, 1996) - won in a singles match against Dean Douglas at In Your House 4: Great White North
Goldust (January 21, 1996 - April 1, 1996) - won in a singles match against Razor Ramon at Royal Rumble
Vacated
Goldust (April 1, 1996 - June 23, 1996) - won in a singles match against Savio Vega at Raw
Ahmed Johnson (June 23, 1996 - August 12, 1996) - won in a singles match against Goldust at King of the Ring
Vacated


History of WWF World Tag Team Championship

Luke Graham and Tarzan Tyler (June 3, 1971 - December 6, 1971) - won a tournament for the titles
Karl Gotch and Rene Goulet (December 6, 1971 - February 1, 1972) - won in a tag team match against Graham and Tyler
King Curtis Iaukea and Mikel Scicluna (February 1, 1972 - May 22, 1972) - won in a tag team match against Gotch and Goulet
Sonny King and Chief Jay Strongbow (May 22, 1972 - June 27, 1972) - won in a tag team match against Iaukea and Scicluna
Mr. Fuji and Professor Tanaka (June 27, 1972 - May 30, 1973) - won in a tag team match against King and Strongbow
Haystacks Calhoun and Tony Garea (May 30, 1973 - September 11, 1973) - won in a tag team match against Fuji and Tanaka
Mr. Fuji and Professor Tanaka (September 11, 1973 - November 14, 1973) - won in a tag team match against Calhoun and Garea
Tony Garea and Dean Ho (November 14, 1973 - May 8, 1974) - won in a tag team match against Fuji and Tanaka
Valiant Brothers(Jimmy Valiant and Johnny Valiant) (May 8, 1974 - May 13, 1975) - won in a tag team match against Garea and Ho
Dominic DeNucci and Victor Rivera (May 13, 1975 - July 19, 1975) - won in a tag team match against Valiant Brothers
Dominic DeNucci and Pat Barrett (July 19, 1975 - August 26, 1975) - Pat Barrett replaced Rivera
Blackjacks(Blackjack Lanza and Blackjack Mulligan) (August 26, 1975 - November 8, 1975) - won in a tag team match against DeNucci and Barrett
Louis Cerdan and Tony Parisi (November 8, 1975 - May 11, 1976) - won in a tag team match against Blackjacks
Executioners(#1 and #2) (May 11, 1976 - November 26, 1976) - won in a tag team match against Cerdan and Parisi
Vacated
Chief Jay Strongbow and Billy White Wolf (November 26, 1976 - August 1977) - won a tournament for the titles
Vacated
Mr. Fuji and Professor Tanaka (September 27, 1977 - March 14, 1978) - won a tournament for the titles
Dino Bravo and Dominic DeNucci (March 14, 1978 - June 26, 1978) - won in a tag team match against Fuji and Tanaka
Yukon Lumberjacks(Eric and Pierre) (June 26, 1978 - November 21, 1978) - won in a tag team match against Bravo and DeNucci
Tony Garea and Larry Zbyszko (November 21, 1978 - March 6, 1979) - won in a tag team match against Yukon Lumberjacks at Championship Wrestling
Valiant Brothers(Jerry Valiant and Johnny Valiant (March 6, 1979 - October 22, 1979) - won in a tag team match against Garea and Zbyszko at Championship Wrestling
Ivan Putski and Tito Santana (October 22, 1979 - April 12, 1980) - won in a tag team match against Valiant Brothers
Wild Samoans(Afa and Sika) (April 12, 1980 - August 9, 1980) - won in a tag team match against Putski and Santana
Bob Backlund and Pedro Morales (August 9, 1980 - August 10, 1980) - won in a tag team match against Wild Samoans at Showdown at Shea
Vacated
Wild Samoans(Afa and Sika) (September 9, 1980 - November 8, 1980) - won a tournament for the titles at Championship Wrestling
Tony Garea and Rick Martel (November 8, 1980 - March 7, 1981) - won in a tag team match against Wild Samoans
Moondogs(Rex and King) (March 7, 1981 - May 1, 1981) - won in a tag team match against Garea and Martel at Championship Wrestling
Moondogs(Rex and Spot) (May 1, 1981 - July 21, 1981) - Spot replaced King
Tony Garea and Rick Martel (July 21, 1981 - October 13, 1981) - won in a tag team match against Moondogs at Championship Wrestling
Mr. Fuji and Mr. Saito (October 13, 1981 - June 28, 1982) - won in a tag team match against Garea and Martel at Championship Wrestling
Chief Jay Strongbow and Jules Strongbow (June 28, 1982 - July 13, 1982) - won in a tag team match against Fuji and Saito
Mr. Fuji and Mr. Saito (July 13, 1982 - October 26, 1982) - won in a tag team match against Strongbow Brothers at Championship Wrestling
Chief Jay Strongbow and Jules Strongbow (October 26, 1982 - March 8, 1983) - won in a tag team match against Fuji and Saito at Championship Wrestling
Wild Samoans(Afa and Sika) (March 8, 1983 - November 15, 1983) - won in a tag team match against Strongbow Brothers at Championship Wrestling
Soul Patrol(Tony Atlas and Rocky Johnson) (November 15, 1983 - April 17, 1984) - won in a tag team match against Wild Samoans at Championship Wrestling
Adrian Adonis and Dick Murdoch (April 17, 1984 - January 21, 1985) - won in a tag team match against Soul Patrol at Championship Wrestling
U.S. Express(Mike Rotundo and Barry Windham) (January 21, 1985 - March 21, 1985) - won in a tag team match against Adonis and Murdoch
Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff (March 21, 1985 - June 17, 1985) - won in a tag team match against U.S Express at WrestleMania I
U.S. Express(Mike Rotundo and Barry Windham) (June 17, 1985 - August 24, 1985) - won in a tag team match against Sheik and Volkoff
Dream Team(Brutus Beefcake and Greg Valentine (August 24, 1985 - April 7, 1986) - won in a tag team match against U.S. Express
British Bulldogs(British Bulldog and Dynamite Kid) (April 7, 1986 - January 26, 1987) - won in a tag team match against Dream Team at WrestleMania II
Hart Foundation(Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) (January 26, 1987 - October 27, 1987) - won in a tag team match against British Bulldogs at Superstars of Wrestling
Strike Force(Rick Martel and Tito Santana) (October 27, 1987 - March 27, 1988) - won in a tag team match against Hart Foundation at Superstars of Wrestling
Demolition(Ax and Smash) (March 27, 1988 - July 18, 1989) - won in a tag team match against Strike Force at WrestleMania IV
Brain Busters(Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard) (July 18, 1989 - October 2, 1989) - won in a tag team match against Demolition at Saturday Night's Main Event
Demolition(Ax and Smash) (October 2, 1989 - December 13, 1989) - won in a tag team match against Brain Busters at Superstars of Wrestling
Colossal Connection(André the Giant and Haku) (December 13, 1989 - April 1, 1990) - won in a tag team match against Demolition at Superstars of Wrestling
Demolition(Ax and Smash) (April 1, 1990 - August 27, 1990) - won in a tag team match against colossal Connection at WrestleMania VI
Hart Foundation(Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) (August 27, 1990 - March 24, 1991) - won in a tag team match against Demolition at SummerSlam
Nasty Boys(Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) (March 24, 1991 - August 26, 1991) - won in a tag team match against Hart Foundation at WrestleMania VII
Legion of Doom(Road Warrior Animal and Road Warrior Hawk (August 26, 1991 - February 7, 1992) - won in a tag team match against Nasty Boys at SummerSlam
Money Inc(Ted DiBiase and Irwin R. Schyster (February 7, 1992 - July 20, 1992) - won in a tag team match against Legion of Doom
Natural Disasters(Earthquake and Typhoon) (July 20, 1992 - October 13, 1992) - won in a tag team match against Money Inc
Money Inc(Ted DiBiase and Irwin R. Schyster) (October 13, 1992 - June 14, 1993) - won in a tag team match against Natural Disasters at Wrestling Challenge
Steiner Brothers(Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner) (June 14, 1993 - June 16, 1993) - won in a tag team match against Money Inc
Money Inc(Ted DiBiase and Irwin R. Schyster) (June 16, 1993 - June 19, 1993) - won in a tag team match against Steiner Brothers
Steiner Brothers(Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner) (June 19, 1993 - September 13, 1993) - won in a tag team match against Money Inc
Quebecers(Pierre and Jacques) (September 13, 1993 - January 10, 1994) - won in a tag team match against Steiner Brothers at Raw
1-2-3 Kid and Marty Jannetty (January 10, 1994 - January 17, 1994) - won in a tag team match against Quebecers at Raw
Quebecers(Pierre and Jacques) (January 17, 1994 - March 29, 1994) - won in a tag team match against 1-2-3 Kid and Marty Jannetty
Men on a Mission(Mabel and Mo) (March 29, 1994 - March 31, 1994) - won in a tag team match against Quebecers
Quebecers(Pierre and Jacques) (March 31, 1994 - April 26, 1994) - won in a tag team match against Men on a Mission
Headshrinkers(Fatu and Samu) (April 26, 1994 - August 28, 1994) - won in a tag team match against Quebecers at Raw
Shawn Michaels and Diesel (August 28, 1994 - November 23, 1994) - won in a tag team match against Headshrinkers
Vacated
1-2-3 Kid and Bob Holly (January 22, 1995 - January 23, 1996) - won a tournament for the titles
Smoking Guns(Billy Gunn and Bart Gunn) (January 23, 1996 - April 2, 1995) - won in a tag team match against 1-2-3 Kid and Bob Holly at Raw
Owen Hart and Yokozuna (April 2, 1995 - September 24, 1995) - won in a tag team match against Smoking Guns at WrestleMania XI
Shawn Michaels and Diesel (September 24, 1995 - September 25, 1995) - won in a tag team match against Hart and Yokozuna at In Your House 3: Triple Header
Owen Hart and Yokozuna (September 25, 1995) - the titles were restored to Hart and Yokozuna at Raw
Smoking Guns(Billy Gunn and Bart Gunn) (September 25, 1995 - Febuary 15, 1996) - won in a tag team match against Hart and Yokozuna at Raw
Vacated
Bodydonnas(Skip and Zip) (March 31, 1996 - May 19, 1996) - won a tournament for the titles at WrestleMania XII
Godwinns(Henry Godwinn and Phineas Godwinn) (May 19, 1996 - May 26, 1996) - won in a tag team match against Bodydonnas
Smoking Guns(Billy Gunn and Bart Gunn) (May 26, 1996 - ) - won in a tag team match against Godwinns at In Your House 8: Beware of Dog


Royal Rumble Winners
1988 - Jim Duggan
1989 - Big John Studd
1990 - Hulk Hogan
1991 - Hulk Hogan
1992 - Ric Flair
1993 - Yokozuna
1994 - Lex Luger & Bret Hart
1995 - Shawn Michaels
1996 - Shawn Michaels

Hall of Fame
1993 Inductee:
Andre The Giant

1994 Inductees:
Arnold Skaaland
Bobo Brazil
Buddy Rogers
Chief Jay Strongbow
Freddie Blassie
Gorilla Monsoon
James Dudley
Antonino Rocca

1995 Inductees:
Ernie Ladd
George Steele
Ivan Putski
The Fabulous Moolah
The Grand Wizard
Pedro Morales

1996 Inductees:
Mikel Scicluna
Lou Albano
Jimmy Snuka
Johnny Rodz
Killer Kowalski
Pat Patterson
Vincent J. McMahon
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August 19, 1996

What a day. Last night I didn't know any WWF wrestler in person and now I know 'em all. And I gotta say that some wrestler aren't as I expected them to be. Shawn Michaels is a fuckin' prick. I met him for the first time and he began talking how he is the man and that I have to play by his rules. Fuck him. And what is worse, Vince McMahon likes him.
And there is another Vince. Vince ...... He is on the creative team. I don't know what to think about him. At the first meeting where I was, the guy brought around thirty ideas. There are some good ideas but most of them are bad. What I like about him is that he said that every wrestler has to be in a storyline. There are currently some guys on the roster that I don't need and they probably will be fired.
I think that there are too many cartoonish characters and nobody believe in cartoonish characters any more. WCW has more realistic storylines and that is probably the reason why they are leading in a ratings war. I will repackage The Godwinns and The Grimm Brothers. McMahon has to realise that this is not 1989.
Other guys on the creative team are: Jim Cornette, Jim Ross, Kevin Dunn and Bruce Prichard. Cornette is stuck in the 80s. He only talks about tradition. Man, nobody gives a **** about tradition. Jim Ross is really nice man and he is the only voice of reason there.
Hunter Hearst Helmsley is a good worker and I think he suffered enough because of MSG Incident. He is a good friend with Michaels and he wants me to push Helmsley. Steve Austin has a lot of potential and I see him as top heel in the future. Bret Hart is returning soon and Austin is the right guy to feud with him. It will put Austin over and Hart will stay at the top. Undertaker is the locker room leader. He knows how to do business and Undertaker is always there when somebody needs to be done for the company.

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