WWE Network’s KLIQ Week Finishes Strong, Loads More ‘Attitude’ RAWs Added

July 31, 2015 by Steve Coulson

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WWE Network’s KLIQ Week ended with “Kevin Nash: Too Sweet”. This thirty minute special should have been an episode of WWE 24 and I’m pretty surprised it wasn’t. It seems as though it was created with that intention, while “The KLIQ’s Moments and Matches” seemed fit for WWE Playlist. Perhaps they will be moved to these categories in the future as both fit the bill.


“Kevin Nash: Too Sweet”

WWE - Kevin Nash: Too Sweet Documentary

As for the documentary itself, it was as expected excellently produced. Focused on both Kevin Nash’s career and his Hall of Fame weekend, it surprisingly covers a lot for being only thirty minutes long. Himself and his closest friends discussing his career and how he changed the business is definitely interesting and it was a very fitting end to the four day series. I definitely recommend giving it a watch, but keep an eye out soon for a full a review of KLIQ Week in its entirety!

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» Verdict: Watch it.


More than 20 new RAW eps from 1997/99!

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At this point, I can’t even pretend that I expected this many uploads. What a fantastic day. Over twenty more episodes of Attitude RAW‘s leaving 1997 essentially complete and 1999 inching very close. The summer, fall, and early winter of 1999 is complete so I can’t even begin to fit in everything that happened, but there are some important house keeping notes.

The April 14th episode of RAW from 1997 has technical issues but it is presented in its most complete form. This is the infamous RAW that featured portions of the South Africa tour. Meanwhile, the June 7th, 1999 RAW episode has been uploaded but as of writing it’s mislabeled as being from December 26, 2014. The reason for this is that it was one of the RAW’s offered for the “12 Days of Attitude” promotional event before they removed it. Thankfully, after Black History Month, WWE dropped this part time promotional material.

Lastly, various episodes of RAW feature “Extra Attitude”. Extra Attitude is what it implies, episodes of Attitude Era RAW’s that go a bit longer than they did originally, with WWE adding some off-air footage. This can be something as small as Steve Austin drinking or a brawl to close the program. It definitely looks as though 1999 will be finished within the next week. The big question is will they then move on to 2000 or will they take a break from spoiling us?

WWE - Triple H in The Attitude Era

  • Episode 205 – April 14, 1997
  • Episode 224 – September 8, 1997
  • Episode 234 – November 17, 1997
  • Episode 303 – March 15, 1999
  • Episode 312 – May 17, 1999
  • Episode 315June 7th, 1999 (mislabeled as being from December 26, 2014)
  • Episode 321 – July 19, 1999
  • Episode 322 – July 26, 1999
  • Episode 323 – August 2, 1999
  • Episode 325 – August 16, 1999
  • Episode 326 – August 23, 1999
  • Episode 327 – August 30, 1999
  • Episode 328 – September 6, 1999
  • Episode 329 – September 13, 1999
  • Episode 330 – September 20, 1999
  • Episode 332 – October 4, 1999
  • Episode 333 – October 11, 1999
  • Episode 334 – October 18, 1999
  • Episode 335 – October 25, 1999
  • Episode 336 – November 1, 1999
  • Episode 337 – November 8, 1999
  • Episode 338 – November 15, 1999


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  1. Azza says:

    Can anyone tell me the episodes with “Extra Attitude”?

  2. neveracquiesce says:

    Just one episode (10.13.97) from completing ’97. Though, for completeness sake (and my own OCD as I go back through the year), missing Thursday Raw Thursday and the two Friday Night’s Main Event episodes is annoying.

  3. @IMDJLUIS says:

    Great to see them uploading so many episodes of Raw. They were real quiet with releasing older content for a good while, so it’s nice to see this many updates in a short amount of time. Hopefully it continues and they start adding older episodes of SmackDown, Superstars and the first bunch of the new NXT episodes missing from it’s first year or so at Full Sail. Superstars seems to have been a key show for WWE in the 80s and most of the 90s until they started to focus much more on Raw, so I’d like to see the older Superstars episodes added already.

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