WWF Raw is War : Season 1

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  • Summary: WWE Raw is War, formally known as WWF Monday Night Raw, was jampacked with professional wrestlers at their best. WWF Raw is War made it's debut in 1997 following controversial decisions made by Chairman Vince McMahon. Sadly WWF Raw is War came to an end when the copyrighted name WWF Raw isWWE Raw is War, formally known as WWF Monday Night Raw, was jampacked with professional wrestlers at their best. WWF Raw is War made it's debut in 1997 following controversial decisions made by Chairman Vince McMahon. Sadly WWF Raw is War came to an end when the copyrighted name WWF Raw is War caused upset upon many Americans after the tragic events of September 11th and the events that proceeded in Afghanistan. So WWF Raw is War changed its name to WWF Raw much to the delight of the public. Collapse
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  1. Aug 10, 2012
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    If there's one other way to describe the Attitude Era, I say it's pure F'N wrestling. It's been 15 years since the beginning of a fast andIf there's one other way to describe the Attitude Era, I say it's pure F'N wrestling. It's been 15 years since the beginning of a fast and furious rivalry between the owner of the WWF, Vince McMahon, and the "Texas Rattlesnake," Stone Cold Steve Austin. Every monday, I get to set my VCR and turned it into DVD transfer, tuned to the USA Network, watching all of the best matches, the best storylines, and the best wrestlers from the early years started to raise hell. I really don't like Michael Cole anymore, I don't know when he's gonna be fired or his contract expires quickly, but remember since he was a good commentator for both RAW and the original SmackDown? I really missed that voice. Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler deliver fantastic play-by-play calls, saying negative reactions to a backstabbing or a bad villain in the WWF, and of course, the Puppies. I really missed them. From Sable to The Kat, Debra, The Godfather's hoes, Lita, and Trish Stratus. Every time I watched the show, there's always woman's breasts everywhere. I also love the fact that they put the WWF into a more mature audience-like show that fills with more violence, bloodshed, bras and panties, and hardcore weapons legal in the ring. So they changed it into TV-14 because the kids and the fans definitely want to see the superstars tear each other limb from limb whether it's a Hell in a Cell, a First Blood match, any type of match just like in ECW and FMW. I'm really sick of the PG-era rating of the WWE this year and the past decade because with good and bad general managers, sloppy storylines, no titles (Cruiserweight, Hardcore, European, etc.), and no Divas means that I stopped watching RAW and continue on watching the old WWF videos on Youtube. So the WWE still sucks today, but RAW is WAR will be remembered as the best wrestling program since Nitro. Bar none. Expand