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Stone Cold Steve Austin (WWF 2000)

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How did Kurt Angle never do one of these ads?

WWF Invasion (July 22, 2001)

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It’s time for the Invasion. I somehow missed out on this when it happened and haven’t seen it since, but I know its reputation. Everyone does. Does the Invasion deserve the amount of shit that’s been heaped upon it? Let’s find out!

Franklin Delano Roosevelt kicks things off for us, talking about war as clips of WCW and ECW dudes invading WWF are shown. This is really a weird way to kick off a PPV. Fireworks happen. JR welcomes to the Gund Arena as we get down to the ring for action.

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Stone Cold Steve Austin (WWF Monday Night Raw December 22, 1997)

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In 1997, there was no one Steve Austin would not give the stunner to, up to and including Santa Claus.

Donald Trump, Stone Cold Steve Austin & Vince McMahon (WWE March 28, 2007)

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On March 28, 2007 a press conference announcing the deatails of Wrestlemania XXIII was held at Trump Tower in New York City. Among the matches announced was the “Battle of the Billionaires,” which would pit Trump against McMahon by proxy.

It is amazing to me that nine years later one of these two shifty fucks is not only running for president, but stands a chance of winning. Good job America…

Kurt Angle vs. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin (WWF Raw October 8, 2001)

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Oh Invasion, why did you make so little sense?  Today we have Kurt Angle defending the WWF World Heavyweight Championship against “Alliance” Steve Austin.  Why did Steve Austin join the Alliance?  I have no idea.

Jim Ross makes up some on the fly bullshit while calling the match about Austin being obsessed with getting the WWF World Heavyweight Championship back and not actually giving a shit about the Alliance, which honestly is a pretty good reason for Austin to ally himself with the Alliance and clearly shows that Good Ol’ J.R. put a lot more thought into this entire clusterfuck of an event more than anyone else actually booking it.

William Regal (who was WWF commissioner at the time) randomly joins the Alliance in the middle of the match after spending the first half of the match being a dick to Steve Austin.  I wonder why William Regal never reverted back to Steven Regal after joining the Alliance.