The Best And Worst Of WWF Raw Is War 6/15/98: Exclusive Pre-Cell

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Previously on the Best and Worst of WWF Raw Is War: D-Generation X went to New York City to make everyone who wasn’t a white guy feel like shit. Plus, Val Venis compared himself to Dennis Rodman, The Undertaker tried to ruin everybody’s matches, and Stone Cold Steve Austin got put into a casket.

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And now, the Best and Worst of WWF Raw Is War for June 15, 1998.

Best: We’re On A Highway To Hell

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This week’s episode opens with the reveal that Vince McMahon has brought back Sable — presumably for the same “they make me money” reasoning he’s used to explain why he hasn’t fired Stone Cold Steve Austin — and gets her to read a prepared statement about how he wasn’t involved in last week’s attack.