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The Best And Worst Of WWF Raw Is War 7/13/98: Cahooters


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Previously on the Best and Worst of WWF Raw Is War: D-Generation X decided blackface would be a great idea that wouldn’t retroactively embarrass everyone. Brawl For All rolled on, Paul Ellering’s t-shirt asked “who’s gonna eat us,” and The Undertaker became number one contender to Stone Cold Steve Austin’s WWF Championship by dressing up as Kane.

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And now, the Best and Worst of WWF Raw Is War for July 13, 1998.

Worst: H-B-Shizzle Is Izzle The Hizzle

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Raw opens with an appearance from Shawn Michaels, showing up for the first time since losing the WWF Championship to Stone Cold Steve Austin and getting punched in the face by Gang Warz Benedict Arnold Mike Tyson at WrestleMania XIV back in March. If you’re trying to answer the Trivial Pursuit question, “What brought Shawn Michaels back after WrestleMania XIV,” the answer is, “he hated watching Karl Malone wrestle.”

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