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Most memorable episode

what was your favourite episode of raw? for me it had to be when Mick Foley (Mankind) wont the WWF title, WCW mor or less told their viewers to turn over, it was definitly the most memorable for me, what about you?
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Re: Most memorable episode

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what was your favourite episode of raw? for me it had to be when Mick Foley (Mankind) wont the WWF title, WCW mor or less told their viewers to turn over, it was definitly the most memorable for me, what about you?
I would agree with this, Mankind winning the WWF title was a special moment.

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Re: Most memorable episode

I can't think of any older ones right now so I will go with the recent episode where Mark Henry feigned retirement, Lesnar F5'd CM Punk, Christian returned, etc... That was a 5-star Raw for sure. I don't think there was one bad segment on that show.
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Re: Most memorable episode

The start of the McMahon/Helmsley era Raw after Steph's heel turn at Amageddon 99, brilliant raw and really set the tone for the era, plus the new heel look for Steph



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Re: Most memorable episode

The episode with Austin and the Zamboni. I could tell you why, or I could let Wrestling Forum's own Triple G tell you why (its his favorite episode, as well, and he did a video a year or so ago explaining why its amazing):



He does a great job outlining why the episode was so great. All credit goes to him.



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Re: Most memorable episode

The RAW after Over the Edge 1998 was tremendous. It was the end of the Dude Love vs Austin storyline, and the Kane and Undertaker in cahoots was just starting. As Kane was going to feud with Stone Cold. The fantastic promos and unbelievable banter between Austin and McMahon during the final match was unbelievable. Also had a GREAT six man tag between the Nation and DX on the undercard. An absolutely BANGING crowd as well. Great attitude era episode.



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Re: Most memorable episode

Can't really think of one off the top of my head but that Raw after the last Wrestlemania was pretty memorable just because of the GOAT crowd.
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Re: Most memorable episode

either the go home RAW episode for WrestleMania 27 or the Goldrush tournament episode in 2005 for me

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Re: Most memorable episode

The January 19, 1998 episode. Austin/Tyson, greatest Raw segment of all time.

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Re: Most memorable episode

I never remember specific Raws, just the best moments. When Austin was feuding with McMahon it was like trying to pick your favourite child. I guess the one where he did the CEO skits but it could be.....really, almost anything. He was wrestling's gift that kept on giving.

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