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Re: Most memorable episode

For an overall episode the one when the Radicalz debuted jumps to mind. Obviously those 4 guys coming over from WCW was a huge thing, but also during that show, there was an Acolytes-Hollys match that went to a bar and Viscera came in to interfere, slipped and fell on his face. That's what makes it a personal legendary show as I was watching at my buddy's place and we were on the floor laughing at that moment and were cracking up throughout the evening on account of it. To this day and until we're deep in the ground, Viscera will be relevant in our lives and identified by this moment.

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Re: Most memorable episode

On the topic of the attitude era, does anyone remember how freaking annoying Lawler was? He'd just agree and say "YEAH!" really cheesily to everything people said lmao
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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.
To be fair, picking a favourite child is probably easy for IRS.

In response to OP, there are too many moments to pick, although I could say the Raw I went to in 2005, although that was only because I was there. Other than that, the episode with Stone Cold and the beer truck, i'll always remember that episode just for that one moment.


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Re: Most memorable episode

When Vince was unveiled as the greater power

only for StoneCold to be unveiled as the new ceo

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Re: Most memorable episode

The raw after mania 2 yrs ago when Brock Lesnar returned. So much happened that night and the crowd was crazy.



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Re: Most memorable episode

July 9th, 2001. Absolutely incredible show. Even Steph ruining the angle didn't take away from it

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July 9th, 2001. Absolutely incredible show. Even Steph ruining the angle didn't take away from it
I don't know about that...I'd consider it an amazing Raw if it had ended right after ECW reformed at the 10pm quarter. Unfortunately, they still had an hour to ruin it.



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Re: Most memorable episode

The Higher Power/Linda announces Austin as CEO
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Re: Most memorable episode

The 2004 draft. The surreal-ness of seeing RAW and SD wrestlers interact and SD wrestlers being on Raw and then that brawl at the end. My VHS recording of it got destroyed, luckily the episode is on YT.
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