April 20th, 1998: With only six days to go before "Unforgiven," can the WWF continue to build momentum after having ended WCW's ratings winning streak last week? Dude Love gives an explanation as to why he attacked Steve Austin, but "Stone Cold" has his own conspiracy theory. Later on in the night, The Dude takes on the once-defeated Steve Blackman....... with suspicious results. The Undertaker plans to meet Kane in the cemetery where his parents are buried, but The Big Red Machine and Paul Bearer turn the tables on him in a rather cringe-worthy manner. Sable lets the world know that she will not be embarrassed if Luna Vachon strips her naked during their Evening Gown Match on Sunday..... so apparently that means she's okay with losing. Triple-H promises his DX comrades that he will literally piss all over the audience, but Owen Hart, L.O.D. 2000, and Sunny remain unamused. Faarooq battles Kama in a Long Island Street Fight with both wrestlers' entourages banned from ringside. The New Midnight Express compete in tag team action against Terry Funk and....... T.C.S. Funk? Dan "The Beast" Severn takes on Headbanger Mosh in a repetitive match where Severn introduces the world to the concept of Suplex City. The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust goes one-on-one with a Bradshaw in a match-up of two guys who are somehow still employed by WWE in the year 2016.
Plus, Henry Huge-Pecs attended the recent "Smackdown Live" draft episode and has some thoughts to share!
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