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8 Comments on "Throwback Thursday: WWF Insurrextion 2002 (15 Years Ago Today!), As Seen on WWE Network"

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whutwhut
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whutwhut

“But, with their own titles, rosters, and creative teams, the brand extension not only worked it created legitimate competition.”

that statement is at very least debatable.

(a lot of people – myself included – would argue that the brand split never created “legitimate” competition. which of course seems only natural considering both “brands” are part of the same big company and that the same people have/had the final say regarding everything. hence we got stories like Heyman’s Smackdown run being sabotaged because certain people in charge within the company felt he did too well in comparison to Raw, the alleged “flagship” show)

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

Good show, and I do miss the UK pay-per-views (even if ‘pivotal event in WWF/E history’ is over-stating it somewhat – at the end of the day this was a throwaway UK show which had no title changes or any bearing on storylines).

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

Okay, apart from the Hardcore Title, but that changed every night, lol.

Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life
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Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life
Terri’s Plastic-Puppies.. get (’em) the F… out -lol- I wonder, how much.. or should I say more, how little, of the Ruthless Agression and Attitude Era’s women “action” will be covered, on a eventually Women-themed Bluray release. Segments like this one, the Capital Carnage show from 1998, Trish acting like a dog in the middle of the ring and a huge loads (ehmm..) more of that TV 14 / MA stuff, does not quite fit in the (so called) Women’s revolution that was started back in summer 2014 (funny enough with Stephanie using the B…h word for the first time… Read more »
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