Hey there my wrestling fans and welcome to a brand new episode of C.M. Jew’s Wrestling Reviews! On this pipe bomb I continue my month long look at the biggest party of the summer, Summerslam. This time out we travel to legendary Wembley Stadium to watch the legendary battle for the WWF Intercontinental Title between Bret Hart and his brother in law Davey Boy Smith, the British Bulldog at Summerslam 1992! So was this party an excellence of execution, or did it just all go to the dogs? Only one way to find out and to tune in and remember that I’m the BEST JEW IN THE WORLD!
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“Fly for a Rabbi” – Weird Al
“Cult of Personality/C.M. Punk edit” – Living Color/WWE
“Shinuske Nakamura’s Theme” – NJPW
“Hitman (Bret Hart’s Theme)” – Jim Johnson/WWE
“King Without a Crown” – Matisyahu