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Rock
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???? - RVD
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Chris Walker vs Reno Riggins
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The Hardy Boyz vs The Executioners
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Ahmed Johnson vs The Rock
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WWF Intercontinental Championship Match
William Regal (C) vs ???
Who is ???: Kurrgan
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Chris Benoit vs The British Bulldog
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Quarterfinals Match
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Thank you to everyone for your predictions/comments so far! Make sure to get your predictions in if you haven't already, because this is a 24 Hour Prediction Warning!
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Chris Walker vs Reno Riggins
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The Hardy Boyz
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Ahmed Johnson vs The Rock
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WWF Intercontinental Championship Match
William Regal (C) vs ???
Who is ???: Goldust
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Chris Benoit vs The British Bulldog
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Chris Walker vs Reno Riggins
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The Hardy Boyz vs The Executioners
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Ahmed Johnson vs The Rock
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WWF Intercontinental Championship Match
William Regal (C) vs ???
Who is ???: Chris Jericho
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Chris Benoit vs The British Bulldog
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Chris Walker vs Reno Riggins
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The Hardy Boyz vs The Executioners
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Ahmed Johnson vs The Rock
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WWF Intercontinental Championship Match
William Regal (C) vs ???
Who is ???: One of the Bashams
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Chris Benoit vs The British Bulldog
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Quarterfinals Match
Randy Savage vs Scott Hall
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Chris Walker vs Reno Riggins
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The Hardy Boyz vs The Executioners
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Ahmed Johnson vs The Rock
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WWF Intercontinental Championship Match
William Regal (C) vs ???
Who is ???:
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Chris Benoit vs The British Bulldog
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WWF Global Championship Tournament Quarterfinals Match
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Gonna give everyone another 24 hours to predict, Smackdown will be up tomorrow night!
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The Hardy Boyz vs The Executioners
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Ahmed Johnson vs The Rock
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Chris Benoit vs The British Bulldog
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WWF Smackdown, April 1997, Week Two
Attendance: 11,571 at NM Tingley Coliseum
Commentary Team: Mike Tenay & Bobby Heenan

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Welcome everyone to Smackdown live from Albuquerque, New Mexico! Mike Tenay and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan welcome everyone to tonight's show and run down the card before Randy Savage makes his way down to the ring with a microphone! Savage says that last week he started something very important when he defeated Syxx. Savage says that last week started his crusade of The Kliq! Savage says that he came back to the WWF on the same night The Kliq reached its apex, Survivor Series 1996. Since then, he's seen the full force of destruction that The Kliq has brought to the WWF. Savage says that Wrestlemania 13 was a strike to The Kliq and he'll be the killing blow! Before Savage can continue...



















































































The Kliq appear on the video screen!

Bret Hart, Kevin Nash, & Scott Hall begin talking about how Savage is full of hot air. Bret says that Randy Savage wishes that he could be half the man that Bret is and that he'll never be WWF Global Champion. Savage interrupts and says that tonight, he'll take care of Scott Hall in the first round of the WWF Global Championship Tournament and will soon take care of Bret Hart to win the whole damn tournament! Hall interrupts and says that if Savage thinks he can beat him, he is out of his mind, chico! Hall finishes this whole segment up by saying that it doesn't matter who wins the WWF Global Championship between him, Bret, and Kevin, The Kliq will hold the WWF Global Championship one way or another!

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Chris Walker vs Reno Riggins
Walker was last seen on Smackdown last week when he was attacked by Edge & Christian, but he fought them off in a surprising turn of events. This match is nothing more than a squash match that Walker compltely dominates. Walker eventually finishes off Reno in just under five minutes after he hits him with the Lone Star Powerbomb (Spinning Sitout Powerbomb)!
WINNER: Chris Walker

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After the match is over, Walker celebrates his first ever victory until Edge & Christian run down to the ring and start attacking him with chairs! The two men wallop Walker with chairs before they set him him for the Con-Chair-to! Before they can hit it...





































































































































A mystery man runs down to the ring for the save!

The man comes storming down to the ring with a bullrope, swinging it wildly at Edge & Christian, causing them to run away! The man helps Walker to his feet and two shake hands as we go to commercials.

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The Hardy Boyz vs The Executioners
The Hardy Boyz were last seen at Wrestlemania 13, where they were unsuccessful in their bid to become WWF Intercontinental Tag Team Champions, losing to The Dudley Boyz and Edge & Christian in a triple threat TLC match. This match is nothing more than a squash match that The Hardy Boyz completely dominate. The Hardy Boyz eventually finish off Agony in just under five minutes after Matt hits him with the Twist of Fate and Jeff hits him with the Swanton Bomb!
WINNER: The Hardy Boyz

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After the match is over, The Hardy Boyz celebrate their victory until...































































































The Dudley Boyz run down to the ring and attack them!

Bubba Ray & D-Von beat the living hell out of Matt & Jeff Hardy, hitting both men with chairs multiple times. Eventually Bubba tells to D-Von to get the tables! D-Von gets a table, sets it up, and Bubba puts Matt on it. Bubba then throws Jeff off the ropes and him & D-Von send Jeff through the table with a 3D! Matt & Jeff are left out cold as Bubba Ray & D-Von stand tall and we go to commercials.

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Ahmed Johnson vs The Rock
Ahmed was last seen on RAW near the end of last year, when he lost to Farooq. Meanwhile, The Rock was last seen on Smackdown last week when he got into a bit of a scuffle with The British Bulldog. This match is a good match and the crowd is solidly behind Ahmed. Ahmed & The Rock start the match off with a collar and elbow tie-up, in which Ahmed hits The Rock with a big powerslam. Ahmed throws Rock into the corner and hits him with a knife edge chop. Ahmed attempts snake eyes into the turnbuckle, but The Rock wiggles out and shoves him into the corner. The Rock throws Ahmed off the ropes and hits him with a big back body drop. The match comes to an end when The Rock goes to attempt the Rock Bottom, but Ahmed elbow him in the head and hits him with a big boot! Ahmed picks up Rock and attempts the Pearl River Plunge, but The Rock wiggles out and just leaves the ring! Referee Time White eventually counts The Rock out and gives Ahmed Johnson the win via countout!
WINNER: Ahmed Johnson (via Countout)

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After a quick commercial break, William Regal makes his way down to the ring with a microphone. Regal says that it's time for the first ever William Regal WWF Intercontinental Championship open challenge! Regal says that the only rule for this open challenge is that anyone on the Smackdown roster can answer. Regal then officially issues the open challenge before realizing that absolutely no one can defeat him! Regal says because of that, the open challenge is cancelled! Before Regal can leave...
























*BOOM*





































































Kane makes his way down to the ring!

Regal backs up in fear as Kane gets in the ring and the two men begin brawling! Referee Jim Korderas calls for the bell and this WWF Intercontinental Championship match has begun!

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WWF Intercontinental Championship Match
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William Regal (C) vs Kane
Regal was last seen on Smackdown last week when he issued the open challenge that Kane accepted tonight. Meanwhile, Kane was last seen on Smackdown last week when he defeated Shane Douglas. This match is a good match and the crowd is solidly behind Kane. Kane and Regal continue their brawl from before the match to start things off. Kane eventually gets the upper hand and hits Regal with a big military press slam. Kane throws Regal into the corner and hits him with a throat thrust. Kane attempts the Chokeslam, but Regal manages to wiggle out of it and hit Kane with an exploder suplex. Regal throws Kane off the ropes and hits him with a lariat. The match comes to an end when Regal tries locking Kane in the Regal Stretch, but Kane manages to reverse it and lifts Regal up for the Chokeslam! Before Kane can hit it, Regal gets out of it, reaches into his tights, and produces some brass knuckles! Regal then clocks Kane with it right in front of referee Jim Korderas! Korderas calls for the DQ as Regal continues his beatdown.
WINNER: Kane (By DQ)

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After the match is over, Regal continues his beatdown on Kane. Regal picks up Kane for another brass knuckles shot, but Kane blocks it! Regal attempts another one, but Kane blocks it again! Kane then grabs Regal by the throat and hits him with the Chokeslam! Regal rolls out of the ring and Kane picks up the WWF Intercontinental Championship as pyro goes off and we go to commercials.

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Chris Benoit vs The British Bulldog
Benoit was last seen at Wrestlemania, where he was unsuccessful in winning the Money in the Bank ladder match. Meanwhile, Bulldog was last seen on Smackdown last week when he got into a brawl with The Rock. This match is a good match and the crowd is solidly behind Bulldog. Bulldog and Benoit start the match off with a collar and elbow tie-up, in which Benoit hits Bulldog with a belly to belly suplex. Benoit throws Bulldog into the corner and hits him with a knife edge chop. Benoit goes to the top rope and attempts a diving headbutt, but Bulldog rolls out of the way. Bulldog picks up Benoit and hits him with a big body slam. Bulldog throws Benoit off the ropes and attempts a back body drop, but Benoit lands on his feet and hits Bulldog with a German suplex. Benoit picks up Bulldog and hits him with a back suplex. Benoit then attempts a belly to belly suplex, but Bulldog reverses it into one of his own! The match comes to an end when Bulldog picks Benoit up for the Running Powerslam! Before he can hit it...





















































"Do You Smell What The Rock is Cookin'?"






























































































The Rock makes his way down to the ring!

The Rock begins screaming at Bulldog which causes him to drop Benoit. The two men continue to argue until Benoit hits Bulldog with a big German suplex! Benoit then locks Bulldog in the Crippler Crossface! Bulldog tries escaping, but Bulldog eventually passes out from the pain.
WINNER: Chris Benoit

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After that match is over, we cut to Randy Savage backstage. Savage says that tonight he continues his crusade of The Kliq! Savage says that he'll beat Scott Hall tonight and eventually will beat Bret Hart to win the whole damn WWF Global Championship Tournament! Why? Because he has the power of Macho Madness! Savage finishes by saying that The Kliq have no idea what they just got themselves into!

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WWF Global Championship Tournament Quarterfinals Match
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Randy Savage vs Scott Hall
Savage was last seen on Smackdown last week when he defeated Syxx. Meanwhile, Hall was last seen on Smackdown last week when he & the rest of his Kliq-mates said that they were taking over Smackdown. This match is a good match and the crowd is solidly behind Savage. Savage and Hall start the match off with Savage blasting Hall with a lariat. Savage throws Hall into the corner and hits him with a knife edge chop. Savage attempts a powerslam, but Hall wiggles out of it and hits Savage with a back suplex. Hall grabs his tooth pick and flicks it in Savage's face before hitting him with a knee drop. Hall throws Savage off the ropes and hits him with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Hall taunts Savage before setting him up for the Kliq's Edge. However, Savage manages to wiggle out of it and hit Hall with a big vertical suplex. The match comes to an end when Savage goes to the top rope and hits Hall with the Diving Elbow Drop! Savage covers Hall and gets the three!
WINNER: Randy Savage

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After the match is over, Savage celebrates his victory until The Kliq run in and start beating him down! Bret, Kevin, & Hall beat the living hell out of Savage until...




















































































































































Cactus Jack runs down to the ring a barb-wired baseball bat!

Jack swings wildly with the bat and even hits Nash with it! Eventually The Kliq scatters and Jack helps Savage to his feet. The two men stand tall as Smackdown comes to a close.
FINAL GRADE:

TV RATING: 49.10 (31,918,010 Viewers on Channel 7, Fuji TV, Sky Sports, TSN, & UPN)
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Prediction Contest:

This Show:
1) SagaJoestar- 5 Pts.
1) deanohbk- 5 Pts.
3) ElectricX- 4 Pts.
3) Kijar- 4 Pts.
3) willr0ck- 4 Pts.
3) christmas_ape- 4 Pts.
3) to4sty- 4 Pts.
8) smw88- 3 Pts.
8) LordofGustav- 3 Pts.
8) siah463- 3 Pts.

Overall:
1) deanohbk- 21 Pts.
2) ElectricX- 18 Pts.
3) siah463- 17 Pts.
4) smw88- 16 Pts.
4) LordofGustav- 16 Pts.
4) SagaJoestar- 16 Pts.
7) to4sty- 12 Pts.
7) willr0ck- 12 Pts.
9) christmas_ape- 11 Pts.
9) Jaysin- 11 Pts.
11) Colonel Phantom- 10 Pts.
11) olivertaylor276- 10 Pts.
13) Kijar- 8 Pts.
14) Munit- 5 Pts.
14) franticloser- 5 Pts.
16) WilburTrey- 3 Pts.

Thank you to everyone for your predictions/comments! Rateddc will have Super Astros up in the next few days. After that, the return of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter followed by the RAW card will be up!
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WWF Super Astros, April 1997, Week Two
Filmed in front of 11,571 at NM Tingley Coliseum
Commentary Team: Joey Styles

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Mikey Whipwreck vs. Sabu vs. 2 Cold Scorpio
All three of these men clashed last week in a fatal four way match to determine Jushin Thunder Ligerís challenger tonight, unfortunately for all three it was Dean Malenko that came out on top. Knowing that a win here tonight could see them placed as the next challenger for either Liger or Malenko there was a lot to fight for, and fight they did in a fast paced triple threat match. Whipwreck and Scorpio worked together for a time to try and ground the dangerous, risk-taking Sabu, but their alliance didnít last long enough for either men to win as they soon came to blows in an effort to take the match. Sabu capitalised on the no disqualification rules of a triple threat bout by lobbing a chair clean into the face of Whipwreck before planting Scorpio with a springboard DDT onto the very same chair to get the pin.
WINNER: Sabu
RATING: 65 / C


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As announced last week Super Astros would be getting itís very own General Manager to lead the Cruiserweight division, and it was time for that man to make his presence known. An unfamiliar face emerged from backstage and headed down to the ring. He intrdouced himself as Don Callis, the man with a plan to turn the WWF Cruiserweight division into the premiere athletic brand in all of professional wrestling. It was Callis who decided to book the WWF Cruiserweight Championship for tonightís main event and thatís just the beginning.

Don Callis: ďEvery week Iím going to bring you the most exciting, unpredictable wrestling anywhere on the planet, and if RAW or SmackDown think they can just roll along and forget about this division, about MY division, theyíve got another thing coming!
RATING: 28 / E


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Super Crazy & Juventud vs. Local Talent
Last week Super Crazy & Juventud aligned themselves with Psicosis and though their reasons were unclear, their actions in this match were more than clear as they put down two local talents in three minutes flat.
WINNER: Super Crazy & Juventud Guerrera
RATING: 45 / D


Post-match Psicosis grabbed a microphone and began ranting in Spanish, before switching to English so that ďall you people can understandĒ.

Psicosis: ďWeíre sick of being overlooked because of where weíre from, because of how we speak, because of our skin tone! You people think youíre better than us because you stole a bunch of land? Well the Latino World Order are here to steal it back! First this show, then this company, itís all gonna belong to us!Ē
RATING: 56 / C-


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Switching backstage to the office of new Super Astros general manager Don Callis, the new man in charge quickly meets one of his more out there roster members as Sabu storms into the office, demanding he gets what he deserves, a shot at the WWF Cruiserweight Championship. Callis says that he appreciates what Sabu brings to the table and that he wants everyone to show him why they deserve a place on his show so his advice to Sabu? Go out there and show me why you deserve a title shot. Sabu, with a twisted grin, walked off without a word, which canít be good.
RATING: 47 / D


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The Hurricane vs. Jerry Lynn
Last week Jerry Lynn declared himself the franchise player of the Cruiserweight division, and this was a chance to prove it against Super Astrosí resident oddball superhero The Hurricane. A quick back and forth opening saw The Hurricane catch a cocky Jerry Lynn off guard, reminding him not to take him lightly. Lynn didnít need to be told twice as he went to work on Hurricane, grounding him down and twisting him in knots with his technical wrestling skills. The Hurricane fought back and connected with a big leaping clothesline from the top rope but couldnít capitalise, and soon found himself falling victim to the Cradle Piledriver.
WINNER: Jerry Lynn
RATING: 61 / C

Jerry Lynn wasnít content with the victory, snatching a microphone from ringside and again declaring that he is the franchise player of the Cruiserweight division. To Lynn it doesnít matter who is running the show, the only thing Don Callis has to do is recognise his talent, treat his star attraction right, and everything else will just fall into place.
RATING: 45 / D


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WWF CRUISERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Jushin Thunder Liger (c) vs. Dean Malenko

The first ever WWF Cruiserweight Championship match to take place on Super Astros, and itís only the second episode! Last week Dean Malenko defeated three of the divisions best to earn this match against the man who beat him at WrestleMania, and he was determined to leave tonight with the Cruiserweight Championship around his waist. No easy feat by any means when youíre facing off against one of the best athletes in the business. Malenko aimed to keep Liger grounded and work over the leg and lower back, one to set him up for the Cloverleaf but also to ground him down and restrict any of the flashy offence that Liger pulls off so well. Ligerís no slouch technically either but just couldnít outwrestle Malenko so instead broke out some stiff looking strikes, catching Malenko off guard who wasnít expecting such rough offence from Liger. Liger literally struck Malenko into a corner and busted out a violent exploder suplex from the corner and a hurricane DDT from the top turnbuckle. Moments later he busted out the Liger Bomb to put Malenko down for the count and retain his title in a fantastic main event.
WINNER: Jushin Thunder Liger
RATING: 73 / B-

The bell had rung and Jushin Thunder Liger had been handed back his WWF Cruiserweight Championship when suddenly...



Sabu appeared on the apron and flung a chair right into Ligerís face! Sabu went right after Liger, violently beating him down and attempting to rip Ligerís mask right off his face! Dean Malenko comes to Ligerís rescue though, grabbing the chair Sabu used and running him off with it. Earlier tonight Don Callis told Sabu to show him why he deserved a shot at the WWF Cruiserweight Championship and heís done exactly that, at the expense of the current champion Jushin Thunder Liger!

RATING: 59 / C
SHOW GRADE: 66 / C+
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Wrestling Observer Newsletter, April 1997, Week Two
By: Dave Meltzer

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It came out this week that Rob Van Dam has been busted for smoking marijuana. You may have seen on WWF Smackdown this week that Cactus Jack saved Randy Savage from a Kliq beatdown, but it was apparently originally supposed to be RVD making the save instead of Foley. That was until Monday afternoon, when Vince McMahon & Jim Ross received the results of the latest round of drug tests. RVD tested positive for weed and was fined an undisclosed amount. He didn't get suspended, but he may pay the price creatively, as his main event push may be coming to an end soon. Don't expect him to job out to everyone, but also don't expect him to defeat any of the top guys any time soon.
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Keiji Mutoh may be out the door in WCW. He signed with the company in December 1994 for two years. Since December 1996, he's been working on a per-appearance basis. Now since he's not doing much (He's only wrestled four times since December 1996), he wants to do more and is looking at either NJPW or the WWF to jump to. Mutoh in NJPW would be amazing as we already know and I have no idea how Vince would book Mutoh.
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The WWF is apparently looking to revamp the women's divison. The division has been a bit stagnant over the past few months, with Madusa fending off most of her challengers. The WWF have looked into bringing in more Japanese talents, including the Inoue Sisters among others. There have also been rumblings of an all-women TV show on the WWF Network, but those talks haven't really amounted to anything yet.
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Speaking of Japanese women's wrestling, All Japan Women's Wrestling is in bad financial shape and may be gone sooner rather than later. Things have been going wrong for AJW for a while now, with the WWF poaching their top talent for their women's division and just a lull in the Japanese wrestling industry. Without AJW in the fold, the Joshi scene in Japan may have a gaping hole in it sooner rather than later.
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The Monday Night War continues to be won by the WWF. WWF Monday Night RAW drew around 43.5 million viewers worldwide this week, with their main event of Owen Hart & Chris Jericho vs Shawn Michaels & Vader and the TV debut of Sting. Meanwhile, WCW Monday Nitro drew around 29.0 million viewers worldwide this week, with their main event of The Guardian Angel defeating The Warrior to retain the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.
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The war in Mexico continues to be won by CMLL. CMLL got a 12.8 for Sin Limite de Tiempo this week, which featured Konnan defeating El Dandy in an excellent match. Meanwhile, AAA got a 4.1 for AAA TV, this week, which featured Rey Misterio Sr. going to a no contest with Pirata Morgan in a decent match.
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WWF RAW is WAR, April 1997, Week Three
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Mark Henry vs Barry Horowitz
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Harlem Heat vs Local Talents
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Kensuke Sasaki vs Hardcore Holly
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The Bodydonnas vs Farooq & Kama Mustafa
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Chris Jericho vs Triple H
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Vader vs The Undertaker
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Mark Henry vs Barry Horowitz
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Harlem Heat vs Local Talents
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Kensuke Sasaki vs Hardcore Holly
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The Bodydonnas vs Farooq & Kama Mustafa
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Chris Jericho vs Triple H
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Vader vs The Undertaker
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