So I'm not sure if everyone's aware of this, but WWE.com has all these Flash-based games. Basically, you play some easy game, and when you win, you get to see a video (in Flash format).
Here are the videos I've found (some of these games aren't listed on the main page anymore). If you cheat and click on the links below, make sure to shrink the window down so it's not all pixelated. Royal Rumble Videos: http://repository.wwe.com/games/wordsearch/royalrumblewinners/rumble92payoff_high001.swf - From the Royal Rumble in '92, a bunch of people (has Randy Savage, Sid Justice, Repo Man, British Bulldog, Jake Roberts, Ric Flair w Mr. Perfect, Undertaker w Paul Bearer, and Hulk Hogan) talking about how they are going to win the Royal Rumble. http://repository.wwe.com/games/jigsaw/rumble89/high001.swf - Same thing as above, but from the Royal Rumble in '89. This one has Brutus Beefcake, the Powers of Pain w Mr. Fuji, Mr. Perfect, Randy Savage, Ted DiBiase w Virgil, Bobby Heenan w Andre the Giant & the Brain Busters, and Hulk Hogan. http://repository.wwe.com/games/jigsaw/rumble90/high001.swf - Same thing, but from the Royal Rumble in '90. This one has Jimmy Hart w Earthquake & Dino Bravo, Demolition, Bad News Brown, Dusty Rhodes w Sapphire, The Rockers, Hercules, Rick Martel, Tito Santana, Jimmy Snuka, Akeem w Slick, and the Ultimate Warrior (who is talking about force fields or something).
I really enjoy all of those, and I wish they still did that at Royal Rumbles.
In the real world, WWE believes that no matter what our race, religious creed or ethnic background in America, we all share the common bond of being Americans. American-Arabs are a part of the fabric of America, and they should be embraced by all of us.
Well, SNME wasn't WWF's "flagship show". It may have been their most important shows in some ways, but it wasn't a weekly show. Syndication and Prime Time Wrestling (is that the right one?) were more important because they were weekly.