Previously on the Best and Worst of WWF Raw Is War: Paul Bearer revealed that the Undertaker murdered his family in a house fire, but that his little brother, Kane, was still alive. Six days later this is only of mid-card importance, because we’re going to Canada and a bunch of Canadians — well, two Canadians and their friends — have to punch the shit out of some weird Americans.
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And now, the Best and Worst of the legendary WWF In Your House 16: Canadian Stampede for July 6, 1997.