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Join retired professional wrestler Henry Huge-Pecs the Suplex-Throwing Human Duplex as he chronologically recaps episodes of "WWF Monday Night Raw" from the Attitude Era!

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Join retired professional wrestler Henry Huge-Pecs the Suplex-Throwing Human Duplex as he chronologically recaps episodes of "WWF Monday Night Raw" from the Attitude Era!

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Love the podcast!! Very entertaining and full of nostalgia and fun facts!! Love that you get a reply if you email the host as well!

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Can't get enough of this guy. If you love wrestling check out this podcast.

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Love the podcast!! Very entertaining and full of nostalgia and fun facts!! Love that you get a reply if you email the host as well!

Amazing Recaps

By Nort333 - Nov 01 2017
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Can't get enough of this guy. If you love wrestling check out this podcast.
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The Raw Attitude Podcast

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Join retired professional wrestler Henry Huge-Pecs the Suplex-Throwing Human Duplex as he chronologically recaps episodes of "WWF Monday Night Raw" from the Attitude Era!

Rank #1: Episode 28: "King of the Ring 1998" / "Raw" Mega-Episode! (w/Adam from The Rundown)

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June 28th / 29th, 1998: So many noteworthy moments happened at "King of the Ring 1998" and the "Raw" afterwards that we had to have Adam from The Rundown Wrestling Podcast join the show to help break it all down!

"King of the Ring 1998" Card:
WWF Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin vs. Kane in a First Blood Match (if Kane loses, he must set himself on fire)
The Undertaker vs. Mankind in a Hell in a Cell Match (we go in-depth on this one!)
Ken Shamrock vs. Jeff Jarrett / The Rock vs. Dan Severn, with the winners facing each other in the finals of the King of the Ring tournament
WWF Tag Team Champions The New Age Outlaws vs. The New Midnight Express
Owen Hart vs. X-Pac
Al Snow & Head vs. Too Much w/special guest referee Jerry "The King" Lawler (if Al wins he gets a meeting with Vince McMahon, but if he loses he is gone from the WWF)
The Headbangers & Taka Michinoku vs. Kaientai

June 29th, 1998 "Monday Night Raw":
With last night's First Blood Match ending in suspicious circumstances, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin requests a rematch against Kane for the WWF Title...... and The Big Red Machine surprisingly accepts!
The WWF debuts a brand new, ill-advised tournament of legitimate fights called The Brawl For All, and our first two contests are Steve Blackman vs. Marc Mero and Bradshaw vs. Mark Canterbury.
We get a Triple Threat "King of Kings Match" between reigning King of the Ring Ken Shamrock and former Kings of the Ring Triple-H and Owen Hart (spoiler: despite it being called "King of Kings," the winner of the match may not be who you think!).
Darren Drozdov goes one-on-one against a man making his WWF debut: Steven Regal!
L.O.D. 2000 seek to reverse their losing streak by bringing back their long-time manager "Precious" Paul Ellering, but their mentor has an unexpected surprise for them.
Val Venis takes on Kaientai member Dick Togo, although Val appears to be more interested in Yamaguchi-San's wife.
Plus, Vince McMahon gives a warning to The Undertaker, Dustin Runnels continues to preach the word of God, and Sable refuses to tell us about her new role in the company.

Enjoying the Podcast? E-mail us at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com or Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Or even better, write us a five-star review and it will be read on the show!

Support the other Podcasts in The Questionable Endeavor Network (http://www.questendnetwork.com/):
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The New Blood Rising Podcast (https://newbloodpod.podbean.com/)
The Shadowvane Podcast (https://shadowvane.net/)
Tooning Japanese (https://tooningjapanese.com/)
The Geek & Gamer Guild (http://pen15clubpodcast.podomatic.com/)
The Slasher Sanitarium (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/troy-boesen-2/the-slasher-sanitarium)

(P.S. -- The writing for this episode consisted of 15,078 words and 24 pages in Microsoft Word, so if you're wondering why there was such a delay in between episodes, that would be why!)
Jan 25 2017
2 hours 35 mins
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Rank #2: Episode 23: Vince McMahon Gets Arrested! (w/William Renken from The New Blood Rising Podcast)

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May 25th, 1998: It's the go-home show before "Over the Edge," and New Blood Rising Podcast host William Renken is joining us to discuss one of his all-time favorite "Raw" moments! Vince McMahon and The Stooges got the upper hand on Steve Austin last week, but "Stone Cold" turns the tables on The Corporation by having the three of them arrested! Later on, Vince seeks to get a measure of revenge by booking Austin in a match against The Undertaker. We awesomely get The Rock and Triple-H going head-to-head on free TV, but Hunter must first complete one more mission in DX's war against WCW. The Disciples of Apocalypse take on L.O.D. 2000 and a debuting mystery partner who has a rather unique talent. The Jackyl introduces us to his new stable of "human oddities," consisting of several bizarre wrestlers and a few members of Howard Stern's Wack Pack. Owen Hart takes on Dan "The Beast" Severn in a match which should have been given a full hour of TV time. Jeff Jarrett squares off with Vader, who Jim Ross unnecessarily mocks on commentary for being overweight. Taka Michinoku battles Kaientai member Dick Togo in a fast-paced, enjoyable match. Faarooq goes one-on-one against Marc Mero, who is still forcing Sable to remain in his corner. Plus, Al Snow continues to seek a meeting with Vince McMahon, Edge's vignettes are getting weirder, and Henry presents a special Top Ten List!

Enjoying the Podcast? E-mail us at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com or Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Or even better, write us a five-star review and it will be read on the show!

Support the other Podcasts in The Questionable Endeavor Network (http://www.questendnetwork.com/):
The Rundown Wrestling Podcast (http://rundown.podomatic.com/)
The Shadowvane Podcast (https://shadowvane.net/)
Tooning Japanese (https://tooningjapanese.com/)
The Geek & Gamer Guild (http://pen15clubpodcast.podomatic.com/)
The Slasher Sanitarium (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/troy-boesen-2/the-slasher-sanitarium)

And be sure to listen to William Renken on The New Blood Rising Podcast: http://newbloodpod.podbean.com/
Oct 17 2016
1 hour 47 mins
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Rank #3: Episode 20: Chyna's First WWF Match!

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May 4th, 1998: Mick Foley is fed up with Vince McMahon, but the boss is willing to give him a chance to once again become the #1 contender for "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's WWF Title......... if he brutally beats his best friend Terry Funk in a No Holds Barred Match. The New Age Outlaws are scheduled to defend their Tag Team Titles against D.O.A., but L.O.D. 2000 intervenes and decides to turn it into an eight-man tag match instead. However, the team of L.O.D.O.A. gets a bit of a surprise when Chyna volunteers to be put into her first ever match! WWF cameras accidentally pick up a conversation between Paul Bearer and Jerry "The King" Lawler where Bearer crudely tells the story of how he ended up impregnating The Undertaker's mother. Later, Kane takes on Goldust, but 'Taker is not willing to overlook Bearer's tale. The Rock and new Nation of Domination member Owen Hart battle Faarooq & Steve Blackman with the rest of The Nation banned from ringside. We get the debut vignette for a mysterious superstar who will be debuting soon in the WWF (hint: you might think you know him). A freshly-face-turned Dan "The Beast" Severn goes up against Savio Vega, and Severn now has a new bad-ass theme song which almost makes him seem less bland. Marc Mero is scheduled to face Jeff Jarrett, but Steve Blackman wants to get his hands on "Double-J." Plus, we go on the set of Val Venis's new movie, and this time he has a very famous co-star: adult film legend Jenna Jameson!

Enjoying the Podcast? E-mail us at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com or Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Or even better, write us a five-star review and it will be read on the show!

Support the other Podcasts in The Questionable Endeavor Network (http://www.questendnetwork.com/):
The Rundown Wrestling Podcast (http://rundown.podomatic.com/)
The Shadowvane Podcast (https://shadowvane.net/)
Tooning Japanese (https://tooningjapanese.com/)
The Geek & Gamer Guild (http://pen15clubpodcast.podomatic.com/)

And check out Henry's new column "Curiosities of the Canvas," which profiles quirky, forgotten matches of the past: http://www.questendnetwork.com/articles/curiosities-of-the-canvas-1-hall-nash-team-up-for-the-first-time-in-a-match-they-probably-want-to-forget
Aug 29 2016
40 mins
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Rank #4: Episode 22: The Debut of Val Venis! (w/Martin Dixon from The New Blood Rising Podcast)

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May 18th, 1998: With only two weeks to go before "Over the Edge," big things are happening on "Raw" so we had to bring in Martin Dixon from The New Blood Rising to help break it all down! On this very day, World Championship Wrestling filed a frivolous lawsuit against the WWF, and we have all of the amusing details. Vince McMahon, Pat Patterson, and Gerald Brisco claim they are all willing to fight "Stone Cold" Steve Austin tonight...... unfortunately, Austin is banned from the building. Dustin Runnels is given a chance to main event "Over the Edge" if he can defeat Dude Love, but he will have to work for 30 days without receiving a paycheck if he loses. Attitude Era mainstay Val Venis finally makes his in-ring WWF debut in what turns out to be a bit of a clunky match against Scorpio. Paul Bearer and Kane head to a local medical center for some DNA testing in an attempt to definitively prove that Bearer is Kane's father, but we are only able to focus on the fact that Kane is wearing a jacket with neon purple sleeves. The DX/Nation of Domination rivalry continues to intensify as The New Age Outlaws defend their WWF Tag Team Titles against The Rock & Owen Hart. Sable has ended her relationship with Marc Mero, but "The Marvelous One" is not willing to let her break her ironclad managerial contract. L.O.D. 2000 continues their feud with The Disciples of Apocalypse to the delight of no one. Kaientai take on The Headbangers in tag team action because sometimes you just need to fill five minutes of TV time. Fearing for his safety, Jerry "The King" Lawler enlists the help of a mystery man under a sheet to act as his personal bodyguard. Meanwhile over in WCW, Eric Bischoff defeats Vince McMahon via countout and we get one of the most awesome moments in the history of the company!

Enjoying the Podcast? E-mail us at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com or Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Or even better, write us a five-star review and it will be read on the show!

Be sure to check out Martin Dixon's other projects!
The New Blood Rising Podcast (now covering ECW pay-per-views!): http://newbloodpod.podbean.com/
"Woeful Wrestling Figures" Column: https://4cronline.com/

Support the other Podcasts in The Questionable Endeavor Network (http://www.questendnetwork.com/):
The Rundown Wrestling Podcast (http://rundown.podomatic.com/)
The Shadowvane Podcast (https://shadowvane.net/)
Tooning Japanese (https://tooningjapanese.com/)
The Geek & Gamer Guild (http://pen15clubpodcast.podomatic.com/)

And check out Henry's new column "Curiosities of the Canvas," which profiles quirky, forgotten matches of the past: http://www.questendnetwork.com/articles/curiosities-of-the-canvas-1-hall-nash-team-up-for-the-first-time-in-a-match-they-probably-want-to-forget
Oct 03 2016
1 hour 37 mins
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Rank #5: Episode 24: The Undertaker Breaks Character!

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June 1st, 1998: It's the night after "Over the Edge," and things continue to get even crazier in the WWF! For the first time ever, The Undertaker breaks his "Dead Man" character and cuts a worked shoot promo demanding that Vince McMahon give him a shot at the WWF Title. The boss somewhat gives him what he wants as he then schedules a match on "Raw" for the #1 contendership: The Undertaker vs. Kane! D-Generation-X battles The Nation of Domination in a six-man tag team elimination match, but a returning superstar ends up angering both sides. Dude Love was not able to win his title match at "Over the Edge," and this failure may end up costing Mick Foley his job. In our first King of the Ring Qualifying Match of the night, Steve Blackman takes on "Marvelous" Marc Mero, who introduces us to his brand new valet. In our second qualifier, Faarooq goes head-to-head with Jeff Jarrett, who now has a repackaged tag team watching his back. And in our third qualifier, Terry Funk almost kills himself attempting to defeat Mark Henry. L.O.D. 2000 & Droz take on The Disciples of Apocalypse in a Chicago Street Fight, a.k.a. sloppily brawling in an alleyway with a bunch of weapons. Val Venis cuts his first ever in-ring promo (spoiler: it's not very good) and then he goes one-on-one with Papi Chulo. Taka Michinoku defends his Light Heavyweight Championship against the still-employed-by-WWE-in-2016 Funaki. Plus, Vader provides us with the greatest soundbite of his entire career!

Meanwhile over on "Nitro," Sting finally tells the world whose side he is on.... but did he make the right choice?

Enjoying the Podcast? E-mail us at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com or Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Or even better, write us a five-star review and it will be read on the show!

Support the other Podcasts in The Questionable Endeavor Network (http://www.questendnetwork.com/):
The Rundown Wrestling Podcast (http://rundown.podomatic.com/)
The Shadowvane Podcast (https://shadowvane.net/)
Tooning Japanese (https://tooningjapanese.com/)
The Geek & Gamer Guild (http://pen15clubpodcast.podomatic.com/)
The Slasher Sanitarium (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/troy-boesen-2/the-slasher-sanitarium)

And check out Henry's new column "Curiosities of the Canvas," which profiles quirky, forgotten matches of the past: http://www.questendnetwork.com/articles/curiosities-of-the-canvas-1-hall-nash-team-up-for-the-first-time-in-a-match-they-probably-want-to-forget
Nov 07 2016
1 hour 4 mins
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Rank #6: Episode 56: The Undertaker Sacrifices Dennis Knight!

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January 11th, 1999: In his first promo since winning the WWF Title last week, Mankind duels on the mic with The Rock as the former champ tries to talk Mick Foley into a rematch at the "Royal Rumble." However, Mankind may not even make it that far because Vince McMahon forces him to defend his belt tonight on "Raw" against Kane. And speaking of The McMahons, Shane announces a very special main event for tonight's show: a Corporate Royal Rumble pitting members of The Corporation against members of DX, with the winner being awarded the #30 position in the Royal Rumble match. In what is likely one of the most bizarre segments in the history of the WWF/E, The Undertaker returns after a month-long absence to perform an unholy ritual on Dennis Knight. Triple-H steps into the ring with Edge in a match which we surprisingly only end up getting a handful of times over the next 12 years despite both men's lengthy tenures with the company. As a counterpunch to Tony Schiavone's "butts in seats" line from "Nitro" last week, we get introduced to the legendary character who is simply known as..... Gillberg. The New Age Outlaws face Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart, with the winning team earning the right to become the #1 contenders for the WWF Tag Team Titles. Val Venis sets his sights on a lovely young woman in the crowd, but he gets more than he bargained for when it turns out that he's attempting to seduce the sister of a fellow wrestler. Because D'Lo Brown was somewhat responsible for causing her miscarriage last week, Terri Runnels forces D'Lo to fight his own best friend: Mark Henry. X-Pac puts his European Title on the line against the newly Head-less Al Snow. Plus, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin continues to wreak havoc, Chyna's friend Sammy is still hanging around, and Shane helps Vince train for the Royal Rumble by having him chase a chicken in the snow!

Meanwhile over on "Nitro," WCW follows up their "Fingerpoke of Doom" episode with three hours of television that are somehow even worse than last week's show!

Enjoying the Podcast? E-mail us at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com or Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Or even better, write us a five-star review and it will be read on the show!

And be sure to check out these other fine Podcasts on The Questionable Endeavor Network:
The Rundown Wrestling Podcast (http://rundown.podomatic.com/)
The New Blood Rising Podcast (https://newbloodpod.podbean.com/)
The Shadowvane Podcast (https://shadowvane.net/)
Tooning Japanese (https://tooningjapanese.com/)
The Slasher Sanitarium (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/troy-boesen-2/the-slasher-sanitarium)

And most importantly, you can now support The Raw Attitude Podcast on Patreon! Donate here to receive some great rewards: https://www.patreon.com/rawattitudepodcast
Jul 16 2018
1 hour 21 mins
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Rank #7: Episode 61: "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" / "Raw" Mega-Episode! (w/Adam from NitroMania)

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February 14th / 15th, 1999: Who will be in the main event of "WrestleMania 15"? We find out the answer at "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" and the following night's episode of "Raw," so listen along as Adam from NitroMania joins the show to break it all down!

"St. Valentine's Day Massacre" Card:
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin vs. Vince McMahon in a Steel Cage Match
WWF Champion Mankind vs. The Rock in a Last Man Standing Match
Triple-H & X-Pac vs. Chyna & Kane
WWF Intercontinental Champion Ken Shamrock vs. Val Venis w/Billy Gunn acting as the special guest referee
WWF Tag Team Champions Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart vs. D'Lo Brown & Mark Henry
Bob Holly vs. Al Snow for the vacant WWF Hardcore Title
The Big Boss Man vs. Mideon
Goldust vs. Bluedust

February 15th, 1999 "Monday Night Raw":
Under pressure from Vince McMahon, Commissioner Shawn Michaels books one final match between WWF Champion Mankind and The Rock: a Ladder Match for the title tonight on "Raw!"
And speaking of Mr. McMahon, "Stone Cold" may have gotten the better of him last night, but the chairman has another trick up his sleeve when he appoints a special guest referee for the main event of "WrestleMania": new WWF signee Paul Wight!
Triple-H & X-Pac face the team of Kane & Shane McMahon in a tag match with a rather interesting stipulation: X-Pac's European Title is on the line.
Val Venis puts his newly-won Intercontinental Title on the line against Billy Gunn, and "The Big Valbowski" has some unfortunate news for Ryan Shamrock after the match concludes.
Kevin Kelly conducts an interview with WWF Women's Champion Sable, who appears to have a bit of a new attitude.
Corporation members The Big Boss Man, Test, and Ken Shamrock face Ministry of Darkness members The Acolytes & Mideon in a six-man tag team match which ends up being overshadowed by The Undertaker's new plot to take over the WWF.
Bob Holly defends his Hardcore Title against Steve Blackman, but then he receives a surprise after the match when a former tag team partner returns after a six-month absence.
Jeff Jarrett & Debra team up to face D'Lo Brown & Ivory in an intergender tag team match.

Meanwhile over on "Nitro," Hulk Hogan wrestles "Rowdy" Roddy Piper on free television with literally ZERO build-up, the nWo leaves Ric Flair for dead in a field, and Bret Hart steps into the ring with a cast member from "Mad TV" for some reason!

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Listen to Henry Huge-Pecs discuss "WrestleMania 19" on WrestleMania SalVation: tinyurl.com/y7u9gw6n

Check out Adam on NitroMania: http://rundown.podomatic.com/

And be sure to listen to these other fine Podcasts on The Questionable Endeavor Network:
The Rundown Wrestling Podcast (http://rundown.podomatic.com/)
The New Blood Rising Podcast (https://newbloodpod.podbean.com/)
The Shadowvane Podcast (https://shadowvane.net/)
Tooning Japanese (https://tooningjapanese.com/)
The Slasher Sanitarium (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/troy-boesen-2/the-slasher-sanitarium)

And most importantly, you can now support The Raw Attitude Podcast on Patreon! Donate here to receive some great rewards: https://www.patreon.com/rawattitudepodcast
Nov 05 2018
4 hours 47 mins
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Rank #8: Episode 14: Kane Sets A Guy On Fire! (w/Martin Dixon from The New Blood Rising Podcast)

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March 23rd, 1998: It's the go-home episode of "Raw" before "Wrestlemania 14," and special guest co-host Martin Dixon is here to discuss what happens! Steve Austin eagerly awaits the arrival of DX and Mike Tyson, but Commissioner Slaughter preoccupies him by booking him into an impromptu match with The Rock. Kane attempts to prove that he is superior to his brother by victimizing an unsuspecting stagehand in a very memorable way. Meanwhile, The Undertaker cuts a surprisingly tender promo in front of his parents' gravestones (and by that I mean he's on a fake set somewhere). Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie square off with The Quebecers while WWF Tag Team Champions The New Age Outlaws look on from the entrance ramp. Chainz goes one-on-one with Faarooq, and The Rock seeks to help out his Nation of Domination pal....... or does he? Sable is presented with a commemorative plaque by Vince Russo(!), but Luna Vachon and The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust crash the party. Steve Blackman puts his undefeated streak on the line against "Double-J" Jeff Jarrett. Former tag team partners Bradshaw and Barry Windham attempt to settle their feud over who is the WWF's most dominant overweight cowboy. The New Midnight Express have their debut match against Skull & 8-Ball, but the appearances of several other tag teams end up complicating things. Enjoying the Podcast? Let us know at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com, subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, and Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Be sure to listen to more wrestling insight from Martin on The New Blood Rising Podcast and read his columns on Unappreciated Scholars.com:

http://newbloodpod.podbean.com/ http://www.unappreciatedscholars.com/
May 30 2016
1 hour 25 mins
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Rank #9: Episode 65: The Undertaker Burns His Symbol On Vince McMahon's Lawn!

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March 15th, 1999: The Rock and "The Big Show" Paul Wight are still at odds, so Vince McMahon comes up with an idea: have them team up tonight to face the team of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Mankind. And speaking of Mr. McMahon, The Undertaker continues to torment him by showing up at his home in Connecticut to threaten his family. And later, The Big Boss Man steps into a steel cage for a "Hard Times Match" against Mideon, who ends up paying the price for The Undertaker's antics. Triple-H and Corporate Kane continue their feud by brawling with each other around ringside.... until the segment ends with a shocking result. Both members of The New Age Outlaws get chances at singles titles as "The Road Dogg" Jesse James faces WWF Intercontinental Champion Val Venis while Billy Gunn goes one-on-one with WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly. WWF European Champion Shane McMahon requests a Handicap Match against a legendary tag team, but things may not be what they seem. WWF Tag Team Champions Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart defend their titles against Public Enemy, a team that is apparently no longer wanted in the company. While shilling her new issue of Playboy, Sable gets interrupted by Tori, which leads to one of the worst promos in wrestling history. Plus, fans in the arena get deafened by buzzsaws as a team of carpenters builds a special structure for Jim Ross while the show is going on!

Enjoying the Podcast? E-mail us at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com or Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Or even better, write us a five-star review and it will be read on the show!

Listen to Henry break down "Halloween Havoc 1996" with Adam and Sal on The NitroMania Podcast: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/rundown/episodes/2019-02-25T21_00_00-08_00

And be sure to check out these other fine Podcasts:
The Rundown Wrestling Podcast (http://rundown.podomatic.com/)
The New Blood Rising Podcast (https://newbloodpod.podbean.com/)
The Shadowvane Podcast (https://shadowvane.net/)
Tooning Japanese (https://tooningjapanese.com/)
The Slasher Sanitarium (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/troy-boesen-2/the-slasher-sanitarium)
Mar 04 2019
1 hour 6 mins
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Rank #10: Episode 57: "That's Why They Call Me Sammy, Baby!"

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January 18th, 1999: The Rock intentionally screwed Kane out of the WWF Title last week, so Commissioner Shawn Michaels has ordered "The Great One" to face "The Big Red Machine" tonight. WWF Champion Mankind faces The Big Boss Man in a non-title Hardcore Rules Match where Mick Foley once again takes several unnecessarily brutal bumps. Chyna has a busy night ahead of her as she not only finds the time to humiliate Mark Henry in an infamous segment, but she also later faces Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco in a Handicap Match. WWF Hardcore Champion "The Road Dogg" Jesse James puts his belt on the line against Gangrel in a match featuring a table which refuses to break. Billy Gunn steps into the ring with Test, who is sporting a ridiculously goofy t-shirt. Al Snow goes one-on-one with Goldust in a match where the winner gains custody of Head. After a surprising heel turn on "Heat" eight days ago, Dan "The Beast" Severn returns to the ring to face his former friend Steve Blackman. Shane McMahon continues to train Vince for The Royal Rumble, this time inside of an actual wrestling ring instead of in the snow. Plus, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin returns to his home-state, Sable graces us with perhaps the worst run-in of all-time, and The Undertaker promises that another sacrifice is coming!

Enjoying the Podcast? E-mail us at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com or Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Or even better, write us a five-star review and it will be read on the show!

And be sure to check out these other fine Podcasts on The Questionable Endeavor Network:
The Rundown Wrestling Podcast (http://rundown.podomatic.com/)
The New Blood Rising Podcast (https://newbloodpod.podbean.com/)
The Shadowvane Podcast (https://shadowvane.net/)
Tooning Japanese (https://tooningjapanese.com/)
The Slasher Sanitarium (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/troy-boesen-2/the-slasher-sanitarium)

And most importantly, you can now support The Raw Attitude Podcast on Patreon! Donate here to receive some great rewards: https://www.patreon.com/rawattitudepodcast
Jul 27 2018
1 hour 11 mins
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Rank #11: Episode 66: The Beer-Bath!

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March 22nd, 1999: It's the go-home episode of "Monday Night Raw" before "WrestleMania 15," and it's quite the eventful show! "Stone Cold" Steve Austin must face "The Big Show" Paul Wight in tonight's main event, while The Rock and Mankind will go head-to-head in order to determine who gets to be the special guest referee for the match. But before all of that goes down, "Stone Cold" has a surprise for The Rock, Vince, and Shane: a truck full of beer with a fire-hose attached to it! Kane is scheduled to face Goldust, but a shocking turn of events leads to "The Big Red Machine" being burned once again. WWF Intercontinental Champion "The Road Dogg" faces WWF Hardcore Champion Billy Gunn in a match where the winning Outlaw receives both titles. In six-man tag team action, The Undertaker & The Acolytes face The Big Boss Man, Ken Shamrock, and Test. Not wanting to wait for "WrestleMania," Shane McMahon challenges X-Pac to a Greenwich Street Fight in the parking lot of the arena. Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart defend their WWF Tag Team Titles against Brood members Gangrel & Edge, resulting in a bloodbath for someone at ringside. WWF Women's Champion Sable squares off with Ivory in a non-title bout, but P.M.S.'s antics outside the ring completely overshadow the match. Apparently jealous of the attention that Goldust has been giving to Ryan Shamrock, The Blue Meanie calls out Ryan for an in-ring confrontation.

Plus, Jim Ross parties at a frat house, The Stooges get attacked by a legendary tag team, and we strangely see black-and-white footage of a 1950's household with the word "Cleavage" on the mailbox!

Enjoying the Podcast? E-mail us at rawattitudepodcast@gmail.com or Tweet us @RawAttitudePod!

Or even better, write us a five-star review and it will be read on the show!

Listen to Henry break down "Halloween Havoc 1996" with Adam and Sal on The NitroMania Podcast: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/rundown/episodes/2019-02-25T21_00_00-08_00

And be sure to check out these other fine Podcasts:
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Rank #12: Episode 15: "WrestleMania XIV" / "Raw" Mega-Episode!

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March 29th / 30th, 1998: What happens at "WrestleMania XIV" and the following night on "Raw"? A whole bunch of classic moments!

"WrestleMania XIV" Card:
WWF Champion Shawn Michaels vs. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin w/DX member Mike Tyson as special guest enforcer
Brother vs. Brother: The Undertaker vs. Kane
Intercontinental Champion The Rock vs. Ken Shamrock, w/The Rock being stripped of the title if he gets himself disqualified
European Champion Triple-H vs. Owen Hart, w/Chyna handcuffed to Commissioner Slaughter at ringside
Tag Team Champions The New Age Outlaws vs. Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie in a Dumpster Match
Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku vs. Aguila
Marc Mero & Sable vs. The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust & Luna Vachon
15-Team Battle Royal to determine the #1 contenders for the WWF Tag Team Titles
Plus, a memorable appearance by Pete Rose!

March 30th, 1998 "Monday Night Raw":
Vince McMahon presents "Stone Cold" with an ultimatum that will come to define their relationship for the next several years.
Triple-H thinks Shawn Michaels has "dropped the ball," so he forms a new version of D-Generation-X with two current roster members and one of his pals who is returning from WCW.
The Rock & Faarooq take on Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman, and the resulting fallout completely changes The Nation of Domination.
We get the debut vignette of one of the most controversial superstars from The Attitude Era, and he wants the world to know that he is coming.
Paul Bearer challenges The Undertaker to a rematch on behalf of Kane, but this time he wants it to be......... an Inferno Match.
In a rematch from "WrestleMania," Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie go up against The New Age Outlaws in a Steel Cage Match for the WWF Tag Team Titles.
The new-look Legion of Doom square off with two members of Los Boricuas, so you can probably imagine how that goes.
The Headbangers put their NWA Tag Team Titles on the line against The New Midnight Express, and Jim Cornette brings a former UFC competitor into his NWA stable.
Luna Vachon wants a rematch with Sable at "Unforgiven," and she invents a new type of match which will ultimately end up being trotted out quite a few times during The Attitude Era.
Marc Mero goes one-on-one with Taka Michinoku, but some associates from Taka's past appear to harbor a grudge toward him.
"Double-J" Jeff Jarrett takes on Aguila while Tennessee Lee joins the commentary team and entertains the world.
Kurrgan puts his undefeated streak on the line against Chainz because sometimes you just have to fill three minutes of TV time.

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(FYI, the writing for this episode consisted of 11,292 words and 19 pages in Microsoft Word. So if you don't like it, I've got two words for ya......... not cool.)
Jun 06 2016
1 hour 18 mins
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Rank #13: Episode 64: Kurt Angle's First Appearance!

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March 8th, 1999: Vince McMahon will allow Mankind to be the special guest referee at "WrestleMania 15" on one condition: he must face "Stone Cold" Steve Austin in a match where Paul Wight is the special guest referee. And speaking of Paul Wight, there is a bit of dissension within The Corporation as The Rock now believes that "The Big Nasty" can not be trusted. And in other Corporation news, The Undertaker and The Ministry of Darkness have made it their mission to sacrifice The Big Boss Man tonight on "Raw." The New Age Outlaws reunite for "one night only" to take on the dysfunctional team of Hardcore Holly & Al Snow. X-Pac squares off with Test as The Corporation continues to be a thorn in DX's side. D'Lo Brown and Owen Hart step into the ring for a Steel City Street Fight, where both men are obviously required to wear blue jeans. Ken Shamrock goes one-on-one with Goldust, who is accompanied by Ken's sister Ryan and a jealous Blue Meanie. The Godfather and Steve Blackman are scheduled to have a match, but "The Lethal Weapon" may not be able to refuse The Godfather's tempting offer. Tori has her first ever WWF match against Luna Vachon, although Sable ends up hogging the spotlight by calling attention to her new issue of Playboy. Jim Ross continues to wreak havoc by mocking Terry Taylor for being The Red Rooster and (hilariously) kicking Michael Cole directly in the balls.

Plus, we take a detour over to "Sunday Night Heat" where an infamous match occurs and we get the debut of a certain Olympic hero!

Meanwhile over on "Nitro," head booker Kevin Nash comes up with a unique idea for the first hour of the show: no wrestling whatsoever!

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Rank #14: Episode 63: The Return of Jim Ross!

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March 1st, 1999: Vince McMahon wants to fire Kane for not winning the Inferno Match last week, but Chyna steps in with a proposition: allow Kane to keep his job if he can defeat "Stone Cold" Steve Austin in the main event. And speaking of Mr. McMahon, he also books another marquee match-up for tonight's show: The Undertaker vs. Mankind. Jim Ross returns to the WWF three months after suffering a second bout of Bell's palsy...... so obviously, they turn him heel. "The Road Dogg" Jesse James also makes his return to the company, and his first match back is for the WWF Title against The Rock! Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett put their WWF Tag Team Titles on the line against the formidable team of Triple-H & X-Pac. Val Venis defends his Intercontinental Title in a Triple Threat Match against Ken Shamrock and Goldust. Luna Vachon and Tori confront Sable about her new attitude, with somewhat surprising results. Public Enemy impersonate The Brood, and then they proceed to get more than they bargained for when a bloody scene ensues backstage. Debra challenges Ivory to a match despite the fact that she is in no way a competent wrestler. Darren Drozdov steps into Steve Blackman's realm for the first ever Kendo Stick Match. Plus, Paul Wight continues to make his presence felt, Billy Gunn gets removed from a match because he has asthma (seriously), and we get a pre-taped vignette where we are introduced to some of Shane McMahon's childhood friends from Greenwich, Connecticut!

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Jan 03 2019
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Rank #15: Episode 62: The First Ever Inferno Match on "Raw!"

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February 22nd, 1999: The Undertaker's torment of Vince McMahon causes the chairman to schedule a very interesting main event: 'Taker vs. Kane in the first ever Inferno Match on "Monday Night Raw!" And speaking of Mr. McMahon, he appears to have some other problems on his hands when Paul Wight challenges fellow Corporation member The Rock to put his WWF Title on the line tonight! In order to receive a European Title rematch against Shane McMahon at "WrestleMania," X-Pac has to earn it the hard way by stepping into the ring with Chyna. Ken Shamrock faces Billy Gunn in a match where the winner becomes the #1 contender for the Intercontinental Title.... even though both men lost Intercontinental Title matches last week. And on a related note, WWF Intercontinental Champion Val Venis goes one-on-one with Goldust in a non-title match, which features some unexpected outside interference. WWF Hardcore Champion Bob Holly is now referring to himself as "Hardcore Holly," and he puts his title on the line against his former tag team partner Bart Gunn. D'Lo Brown calls out the WWF Tag Team Champions Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart, and the result is pretty much exactly what you would expect. Edge & Gangrel step into the ring with a legendary ECW tag team who are finally making their debut in the WWF. Steve Blackman squares off with Darren Drozdov because sometimes you just need to kill three minutes of television time. Plus, Mankind is petitioning to be the special guest referee for the main event of "WrestleMania," and Sable's heel turn continues as she proceeds to confront her stalker and Luna Vachon.

Meanwhile over in WCW, Rey Mysterio is forced to unmask because... reasons?

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Dec 03 2018
1 hour 14 mins
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Rank #16: Episode 60: "Raw's" Largest Attendance of All-Time!

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February 13th, 1999: In what is STILL the biggest crowd ever for an episode of "Raw," the WWF packs over 41,000 fans into The SkyDome for a special Saturday night episode! Vince McMahon orders WWF Champion Mankind to face "Stone Cold" Steve Austin in a non-title match, but those plans may change by the end of the night. For some reason, The Rock has a match with, of all people, Steve Blackman. X-Pac faces a daunting challenge when he is ordered to compete against Corporate Kane. The Ken Shamrock/Val Venis feud continues to escalate, which results in a special guest referee being appointed for their match at "St. Valentine's Day Massacre." Al Snow calls out "The Road Dogg" but, when he doesn't answer the challenge, Al then proceeds to have a Hardcore Match.... against himself. Jeff Jarrett goes one-on-one with D'Lo Brown, who introduces us to a brand new female wrestler. Viscera squares off with The Godfather in what is sure to be a five-star classic. Goldust steps into the ring with Gillberg in a match which has a rather surprising result. Plus, we get the famous visual of Vince yelling in "Stone Cold's" face, Darren Drozdov beats up an announcer, and Earl Hebner suffers the wrath of some unforgiving Canadian fans!

Meanwhile over on "Nitro," we get roughly 800 vignettes, including the revelation that Raven is actually a spoiled rich kid!

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Oct 08 2018
1 hour 18 mins
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Rank #17: Episode 17: "Raw" Finally Beats "Nitro" in the Ratings! (w/The Questionable Endeavor Network)

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April 13th, 1998: After an 84-week losing streak, "Raw" finally defeats "Nitro" in The Monday Night Wars, so we had to have Andy, Adam, and Jason from The Questionable Endeavor Network on the show to discuss this monumental event! "Stone Cold" Steve Austin wants to defend his WWF Title live on "Raw," and he hand-picks his opponent to be.......... Vince McMahon. The Undertaker sends a message to Kane by beating up several jobbers, but will it be enough to lure The Big Red Machine into a face-to-face confrontation? Faarooq calls out the entire Nation of Domination, but this time he has some friends to watch his back. Owen Hart goes one-on-one with Billy Gunn in a match which is thankfully given quite a bit of TV time. Terry Funk needs a new tag team partner now that Cactus Jack has hung up his boots, so he introduces us to someone who will "put Funk in our faces." The New Midnight Express take on the bad-ass dream team of Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman, with the highlight being a pre-match stare-down between Shamrock and Dan Severn. Luna Vachon cuts a bonkers promo where she references having her period for some reason, and then she challenges Sable to face her tonight instead of waiting for "Unforgiven." Jeff Jarrett squares off with Taka Michinoku as leaflets advertising his upcoming concert fall from the sky. Skull & 8-Ball take on Savio Vega & Jesus Castillo in a Chain Match while D-Generation-X lurks at ringside. Plus, we go on the set with Val Venis, a long-time veteran wrestles his final match on "Raw," and a chair magically walks all by itself!

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Rank #18: Episode 59: "Halftime Heat" / "Raw!"

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January 31st / February 1st, 1999: At "Halftime Heat," The Rock defends his WWF Title against Mankind in an Empty Arena Match, but which of these bitter rivals will come out on top this time around? Then we move on to "Raw," where Vince McMahon comes up with a plan: he'll head to Victoria, Texas to provoke "Stone Cold" Steve Austin into hitting him, which would cancel their match at "St. Valentine's Day Massacre." Shane McMahon gets to run the show in Vince's absence, but his ego may once again get the better of him when he calls out his recent rival X-Pac. In our main event, the DX/Corporation feud continues to escalate as Triple-H steps into the ring with Kane.... inside of a steel cage. The Ministry of Darkness have their first match on "Raw" against The Brood, which results in The Undertaker attempting to murder Gangrel by hanging him with a noose. And as if that wasn't enough, The Ministry then proceeds to add some new members to the group later on in the show. The Rock and Mankind have another promo duel to set up their next match, and this face-off is highlighted by the fact that The Rock is legitimately losing his voice while he's speaking. After last week's miscommunication, Val Venis and Billy Gunn go head-to-head in an attempt to settle their differences while WWF Intercontinental Champion Ken Shamrock looks on from the commentary table. In a Hardcore Tag Team Match, "The Road Dogg" & Al Snow once again team up to face The Acolytes. P.M.S. continues to manipulate D'Lo Brown weeks after he accidentally caused Terri Runnels' miscarriage, and this time they're forcing him to wrestle The Big Boss Man. However, after the match ends, some new information about Terri's pregnancy comes to the forefront. Droz squares off with Kurrgan in what turns out to be the final match on "Raw" featuring a member of The Oddities. Mark Henry once again interrupts an interview with Debra, which proves to be a mistake for "Sexual Chocolate." In one of the more pointless segments in recent memory, The Blue Meanie provides us with an "all-male dance revue" for about ten seconds before Goldust thankfully attacks him.

Plus, the WWF airs their classic commercial during Super Bowl XXXIII, Chyna cuts her first heel promo, we see what Max Mini looks like without his mask, and we find out which WWF employee starred in the 1995 "Mortal Kombat" movie!

Meanwhile over on "Nitro," we get two hilarious instances of people botching someone else's name!

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Rank #19: Episode 16: The Last Days of Cactus Jack?

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April 6th, 1998: After being sent to jail last week, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin has apparently reconsidered and become Vince McMahon's corporate champion.... or has he? The brand new version of D-Generation-X runs afoul of The Disciples of Apocalypse by [ahem] washing their motorcycles, which results in a match between the two factions. A despondent Cactus Jack takes the fans to task for cheering on another wrestler, and we may have seen the last of him in the WWF as a result. Kane and Paul Bearer continue their mind games by desecrating the gravesite of The Undertaker's parents. The new Nation of Domination ambushes Faarooq backstage, and The Rock then puts his Intercontinental Title on the line against Owen Hart. Ken Shamrock goes one-on-one with Marc Mero while The Nation continues to cause trouble for "The World's Most Dangerous Man." Steve Blackman squares off with Brian Christopher, but Blackman's nemesis Jeff Jarrett is not finished with him yet. Dan "The Beast" Severn has his debut WWF match against Flash Funk, so you can probably predict that outcome pretty easily. Luna Vachon takes on a random jobber in what is billed as the WWF's first ever intergender match. Plus, X-Pac almost ruins the new DX's debut promo by quoting the most inoffensive rapper of all-time and a terrible gimmick gets sent to Wrestler Heaven!

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Rank #20: Episode 58: "Royal Rumble 1999" / "Raw" Mega-Episode! (w/Sal from WrestleMania SalVation)

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January 24th / 25th, 1999: Does "Stone Cold" Steve Austin really have "No Chance In Hell" at winning The Royal Rumble? Sal from WrestleMania SalVation joins the Podcast again to break down all the craziness from the pay-per-view, plus the following night's episode of "Raw!"

"Royal Rumble 1999" Card:
The Royal Rumble Match
WWF Champion Mankind vs. The Rock in an "I Quit" Match
WWF Intercontinental Champion Ken Shamrock vs. Billy Gunn
WWF European Champion X-Pac vs. Gangrel
WWF Women's Champion Sable vs. Luna Vachon in a Strap Match
WWF Hardcore Champion "The Road Dogg" Jesse James vs. The Big Boss Man in a non-title match

January 25th, 1999 "Monday Night Raw":
One night after winning the Royal Rumble match, Vince McMahon decides to vacate his position as the #1 contender... but two familiar foes then inform him that he has made a terrible mistake.
Triple-H challenges the new WWF Champion The Rock to yet another "I Quit" Match tonight on "Raw," and the result of the match leaves the fans in shock.
And speaking of The Rock, his bitter rival Mankind shows up to tell the world that "The Great One" may not have actually been successful in getting him to quit last night.
The Big Boss Man & Ken Shamrock put their WWF Tag Team Titles on the line against Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett in a rare heel vs. heel tag match.
Shane McMahon forces Kane to publicly apologize until an unlikely ally tells "The Big Red Machine" that he should ditch The Corporation in favor of a different stable.
Val Venis squares off with Test, but not before "The Big Valbowski" introduces us to his newest movie.... starring Ken Shamrock's sister.
"The Road Dogg" & Al Snow team up to face Gangrel & Edge in a Hardcore Tag Team Match which takes place almost entirely backstage.
Billy Gunn steps into the ring with Goldust, who is now being taunted by a bizarre copycat.
Darren Drozdov calls out WWF Hall of Famer George "The Animal" Steele in what turns out to be one of only two matches that "The Animal" ever wrestles on "Raw."
Plus, The Ministry of Darkness is lurking around backstage!

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