Voice Over Guy kicks things off by welcoming us to, “the hardest hitting, highest flying half hour on television today!” He tells us that the Intercontinental Champion, Kofi Kingston, will be taking on Zack Ryder in the main event this morning, but first our opening match…
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Time for another action packed 30 minutes of quasi-wrestling related action! That’s right kids, it’s another exciting installment of WWE Saturday Morning Slam.
Voiceover Guy informs us that today’s show is going to be a “one-two punch,” because not only will Sheamus be in action this morning but we’ve also got our first Saturday Morning Slam divas match!
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Goddamn do I love me some WWE C-Shows! Let’s take a look at yet another fine episode of WWE Saturday Morning Slam from the year 2012.
Voice Over Guy welcomes us and tells us that this week’s huge main event will feature Sin Cara going up against Jinder Mahal. Maybe I don’t love WWE C-Shows from 2012 as much as I thought I did. From here we head to the ring for action. I guess we’re getting two matches this week.
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It’s time for the finals of the Mixed Match Challenge. The commentary team of Michael Cole, Corey Graves and Beth Phoenix welcome us to the show and show us how to use our phones before throwing it backstage where Rusev and Lana are shown dicking around on their phones. Rusev is claiming that good ol’ Bob Roode is a cheater. Elsewhere backstage Big E and Lana are also dicking around on their phones and eating pancakes out of a little briefcase.
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We start today’s episode of Mixed Match Challenge not with Corey Graves demonstrating how to use a smart phone but rather a serious looking Michael Cole telling us about the attack on SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan by those dastardly Canadians, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn.
EMTs load Bryan unto a stretcher and wheel him away and Michael Cole informs us that we can check social media for updates on Daniel Bryan’s condition in the days to come.
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Welcome everyone to Monday Night Raw coming to you live from the Manhattan Center with your hosts Good Ol’ JR and Jerry “The King” Lawler. We’ve got the old wailing siren of yore and the entire thing is set up like an episode of Raw from 1993, complete with an ICOPRO banner.
Lawler promises that this will be the most memorable Raw ever. It would turn out that he was either gravely mistaken or outright lying…
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It’s time for another episode of WWE’s Mixed Match Challenge on Facebook Watch or wherever you illegally downloaded it from if you live outside the United States. Our announce team are once again Michael Cole, Beth Phoenix and Corey Graves.
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My prayers have been answered and WWE finally put the goofy ass contest version of NXT up on the Network. That’s right kids, before it was the best American wrestling promotion NXT was a ridiculous wrestling version of America’s Got Talent or American Idol or something of that ilk.
The gimmick was that 8 NXT rookies would get paired with 8 WWE pros and compete in various challenges and matches and stuff to prove that they had what it took to be a WWE superstar. Those who didn’t have it would be voted off or something.
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Why am I reviewing another episode of WWE Saturday Morning Slam that’s nearly five years old at this point? Because they’re on YouTube and sometimes I’ve got 22 minutes to kill during my lunch break, that’s why.
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