Previously on the Best and Worst of WWF Raw Is War: Val Venis finally came, Kane put on a windsuit and a ski mask to get his DNA tested, and Stone Cold Steve Austin got arrested for a few minutes. Don’t worry, it was fine.
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And now, the Best and Worst of WWF Raw Is War for May 25, 1998.
Best: Stone Cold Represents Himself
This week’s Raw follows up on last week’s procedural crime drama by introducing a long-unwritten rule of professional wrestling: if someone at WWE commits assault at work or against a co-worker outside of work, it’s considered “part of the job;” however, if you commit assault and then SAY you committed assault, it’s actual assault and you are going to jail. Stephanie McMahon and the Bella Twins wrote a popular treatise on this subject back in 2014.