REWIND-A-WAI #64: WWF Ground Zero – In Your House (1997)

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John Pollock and Wai Ting review WWF Ground Zero: In Your House from September 7, 1997 featuring the first ever televised singles match between The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels.

Also featuring Bret Hart vs. The Patriot, Goldust vs. Brian Pillman, a couple of really bad multi-man matches, and SCOTT PUTSKI!

John & Wai revisit this PPV for the first time since they reviewed it on the debut edition of Review-A-Wai back in September 2009.

Plus, Wai takes on the 1997 Music Trivia Gauntlet and your feedback from the POST Wrestling Forum.

This edition of the Rewind-A-Wai is presented by Espresso Executive Producer, Chad Olsen.

Watch this event on the WWE Network (account required):

WWF Ground Zero: In Your House
Sunday, Sept. 7, 1997
Louisville, Kentucky at the Louisville Gardens

*The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels
*Bret Hart vs. The Patriot for the WWF Championship
*The Godwinns vs. The Head Bangers vs. Owen Hart & British Bulldog vs. Legion of Doom for the vacant WWF Tag Titles
*El Torito vs. Max Mini
*Savio Vega vs. Faarooq vs. Crush
*Brian Christopher vs. Scott Putski
*Goldust vs. Brian Pillman

Photo Courtesy: WWE

Next time on Rewind-A-Wai: Lonesome Dove: S2E10 “Day of the Dead” (feat. Bret Hart)

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Nintendo 64 is the goat

Tell em Pollock

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I had a chuckle at the throwback clip at the end. To me, Wai’s voice and cadence feel VERY familiar while John sounds kinda like a giddy, drunken frat boy version of himself (sorry John).

Wai is of course correct about the PS1 being superior to the N64 but John redeemed himself as a supporter of the superior 16 bit platform, the Sega Genesis.

I’m 50 minutes into the show the first 5 matches on the show
Brian Pilman
Brian Christopher
Brian Adams (Crush)
El Torito
Owen Hart
British Bulldog
All dead

Marilyn Manson performance from 1997 his outfit had his bare ass showing

Wait, El Torito is dead? Since when?

It’s a different El Torito