IKE PERLMUTTER OUT OF  CEO OF MARVEL!
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Now it’s all starting to come together!In an article that was actually published at the end of May, THR (h/t reddit) reports the eccentric billionaire, Ike Perlmutter, is no longer …

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20 Years of RAW – 20 Episode Collection Review

Submitted by on January 27, 2014 – 8:38 pmNo Comment

– Stan Man

RAWThis 12-Disc Box Set is the greatest WWE has EVER released! You get 20 of the “greatest” episodes of all time in their entirety (with a few edits), with new interviews from Michael Cole and the Bella Twins. I had a lot of fun reliving episodes I haven’t watched in years, including the episode where Mr. McMahon announced the purchase of World Championship Wrestling.

The Cole/Bella Twins interview package is not as interesting as one would hope. It’s just 30 minutes of discussing what was discussed in prior DVD releases. Nothing new was learned here. Other episodes include Mankind winning the WWE Championship, the highest-rated RAW ever, the debut episode from January 1993, RAW’s move back to USA Network, and many more exciting, ground-breaking, and very entertaining moments and matches.

I was surprised they included two episodes featuring Chris Benoit, but, as usual, WWE edited out his entrance and any reference to him on commentary. I won’t discuss this any further.

It’s also a good thing to point out that the WWF scratch logo is not blurred out. That would’ve been a definite distraction had it been censored. I guess the other WWF reached an agreement with WWE.

Other edits include sponsor information, programming notes, and live event information. This makes sense because I don’t think that had much to do with the episode’s story. I wonder when WWE releases today’s episodes of RAW, will they edit out references to social media? Only time will tell.

One last thing. While watching these episodes, it brought back memories of when the superstars and divas had their own websites – pre-social media era.

I highly recommend every fan of professional wrestling to go buy this from WWE Shop or Amazon. It’s an excellent deal for the number of hours included.

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