I hope everyone's taking bets, because I think I do.
Due to a long story you won't here in this thread, I ended up one class short to graduate, so I moved back in with my parents and took a qualifying class at CSU Stanislaus. One Friday morning I left class and drove to Riverside to be at UCR and help out at their Model UN conference, barely sleeping the entire weekend, drove back Sunday afternoon after having a really awkward time with the girl I had a crush on at the time, already starting to feel like I'd caught something*, then felt myself go from catching something to terribly, terribly sick during the eight hour drive back. And I STILL made it to the Monday class (there was NO WAY I was missing ANY class because I HAD to pass this course), but pretty much stayed in bed for the 48 hours between the Monday class and the Wednesday class. RAW was quite expendable to me at that time, especially since even then I was STILL writing everything out on a legal pad and then typing it up later.
Did Ludvig Borga ever return to the WW(F)?
I don't see him in the rest of my '94 reports. That may have been when he went back to Finland to become a boxer (or was it UWFi style shootfighting)? I could Google it but I'm really don't care.
I can't believe you recapped this era for as long as you did. There was some real lousy stuff happening.
It was all I had! I was still fighting the good fight for the WWF on r.s.p-w, and any thoughts of bothering with WCW kinda disappeared when Hogan came on board in April - I DID watch them, but with nowhere near the regularity as WWF, although we had a core group of people who tended to unscramble their PPVs and never missed a Clash back then. Their PPVs were easily AS good as the WWF ones, and back then there was only one a month - WWF had four (then five as the WBF folded) and WCW ended up taking every month WWF didn't have.
*I should note that I don't mean to imply I caught anything from this girl. I was NEVER that lucky in those times. ;-) This was just one of those death-like cold/flu things - kinda like the thing I've had today, going on...argh, two weeks.
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