Hey there my wrestling fans and welcome to a brand new episode of C.M. Jew’s Wrestling Reviews! On this pipe bomb, It a new day yes it is, along with a new year and boy do we start with a bang! First we talk about the potential new signings of the WWE from NJPW and how the internet lost it collective minds! Then, I start my new segment of covering every RAW of 1998 with a look at the very first RAW of ’98 which took place on January 5th. Finally, we go back to 1991 to start our Rumble Month with a look back at St. Slaughters controversial title win and Hulk Hogan’s second rumble victory. So was this Rumble a Real American, or a turncoat traitor to great wrestling? 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
“Susake Nakamura’s Theme” – NJPW
1998 War Zone Theme – WWE
Real American – WWE
“King Without a Crown” – Matisyahu