haw. for you and Foley, here is the below...if I put a date on it they'll know yer OLD
STEVE BLACKMAN (with Riggs & Murtaugh) v. DUDE LOVE - McMahon blames Love for interfering with McMahon teaching Austin a lesson. Rather than pay attention to this match, I'm actually drawn to McMahon's commentary, which is pinpoint, precise and outstanding.
"I guarantee you something catastrophic will occur at Unforgiven or your money back." Vince goes on to promise to stay at ringside for part of the event.
He also says it'd be great if Earl Hebner had recovered enough to ref the match. JR: "Vince McMahon, ringside, at a title match, with Earl Hebner the referee."
Lawler: "Hey, why are you rolling your eyes JR?" Blackman and the Dued have dueling abdominal stretches, and when
Dude Love puts his on - the bell rings out of nowhere?!? (3:56) Dude Love's music plays, Dude Love is announced as the winner - much to the surprise of referee Tim White *and* to the Lethal Weapon.
After Blackman challenges timekeeper Mark Eaton to explain why he rang the bell, and after finding his explanataion less than satisfactory, Blackman drags him out and delivers a snap suplex on the mat. Vince breaks away from the commentary table to check on Eaton. Suddenly, Steve Austin appears and takes McMahon down HARD.
Dude Love follows on Austin before the scuffle really gets good. Whilt they tussle, McMahon's in the ring and hopping mad. Somehow we end up with Austin delivering the Stone Cold Stunner to Jerry Brisco and Pat Patterson (who have appeared next to McMahon), and then after some more of an exchange with Dude Love, he follows after McMahon, who has walked to the back. JR: "Is Vince gonna screw Austin out of the title this Sunday night?"
CRZ told you next week
Demonstrations are a drag. Besides, we're much too high