First, an image of Madison Square Garden. Comments from Vince McMahon Sr. and Mike Tyson. The legendary Howard Finkel announcing: "From Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania." And then, there he was, in his prime and in his glory, on WWE television in 2013. The "Living Legend," Bruno Sammartino.
Between Dolph Ziggler-Sheamus, Antonio Cesaro-Kofi Kingston (ignoring the unfortunate "boring" chants), the four-way tag-team match and even John Cena-Big Show (which wasn't by any means horrible), RAW provided a decent evening of wrestling.
CM Punk has held the WWE championship for 339 days. On Sunday at WWE's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, where CM Punk meets Ryback for the WWE championship in the Cell, Punk will have held the gold for 343 days.
Before sitting down to watch CM Punk: Best in the World, I had already heard a lot about it. Most people unanimously praised it, going so far as to say it was the greatest WWE DVD documentary ever created. The words honest, open and real were often used.
After 15 years, it appears the infamous Montreal Screwjob may finally be put to rest. The events of that fateful November night will certainly live on in the minds of wrestling fans, who continue to debate and scrutinize just how much of what transpired had been planned in advance.