Major Production Error During Last Night’s RAW Broadcast

Ryan Clark November 5, 2013 12

Major Production Error During Last Night’s RAW Broadcast


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Those watching RAW last night (from Greenville, South Carolina) may have noticed an awkward commercial break that interrupted the final segment involving The Big Show, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Just as The Shield came down to the ring, The Big Show started asking Triple H why they were there, and was cut off by the production team.

The ring then went dark, indicating a commercial break. Triple H, who was visibly irritated, was given a production headset (with microphone) and he began to talk with the team in the back about what was happening. Everyone in and around the ring seemed confused. McMahon went over to The Big Show and talked to him about the situation, going back and forth between him and Triple H.

It’s unknown what the exact issue was, but it appeared to throw everyone off. Once the show came back from commercial the segment continued as if nothing happened.

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  1. Creature_of_the_Night November 5, 2013 at 8:12 pm - Reply

    LOL – couldn’t happen to a more deserving bunch of idiots.

    WWE has really gone downhill in more ways than one.


    • A November 5, 2013 at 8:17 pm - Reply

      You are obsessed with wwe

    • lanesmith November 5, 2013 at 8:57 pm - Reply

      Words can’t describe your level of idiocy

      • Creature_of_the_Night November 5, 2013 at 9:00 pm - Reply

        If you think me thinking WWE has gone downhill makes me an idiot….

        … need to look at the ratings lately.


        • GS November 5, 2013 at 9:10 pm - Reply

          By that way of thinking what does the attendance or lack thereof at TNA events say about that company?

          • Creature_of_the_Night November 5, 2013 at 9:30 pm -

            That they’re 40 years younger and on a less popular network with less overall viewers.

            God bless.

          • Wrestling Historian November 6, 2013 at 6:51 am -

            That argument is a moot point. USA is available in 98,647,000 homes, SyFy in 97,447,000 homes, and Spike is available in 97,639,000 homes. As you can see, there’s no real difference in each network’s availability. In comparison, the NFL network is available in only 70,910,000 homes.
            Your age argument is moot too. There have been plenty of younger businesses that have lasted longer than their older competitors. A wrestling example (might not be the best) would be WWE and Jim Crockett Promotions. JCP was founded in 1931 and was defunct in 1988. TNA has no shortage of avenues they could pursue. Spike (Viacom) is not at fault for TNA’s shortcomings. They make viewers aware of when Impact airs. Whoever watches or doesn’t watch Impact falls squarely on TNA. TNA commercials/advertisements could air on every network owned by Viacom and it wouldn’t make a difference. So pray that TNA gets better (I see they’re hiring new writers and producers). Otherwise, these “prospective buyers” might lose interest and TNA will lose more value

          • Wrestling Historian November 6, 2013 at 6:55 am -

            If anyone is interested, the numbers I used came from an August article on Zap 2 It.

          • MBSC87 November 6, 2013 at 10:43 am -

            Damn, nice one. Saw the article after googling it.

            Although I doubt Creature will address this because he can’t read.

            Great job!


            Oh and FYI Creature, I just want to clarify that Wrestling Historian and I are NOT the same person.

          • Creature_of_the_Night November 6, 2013 at 5:07 pm -

            Tip for you, X2C.

            If you are going to post under numerous different id’s….

            …at least try changing your writing style and/or saying the same garbage over and over.

            Your arrogance in your posts is what really gives you away though, along with your usual bias and ignorance.

            Have a fantastic day, X!

            And don’t let it bother you too much I got your number, and figured you out, and outed you.

            Oh, and outsmarted you – you should be used to that by now anyways.

            (wink wink)


          • Wrestling Historian November 6, 2013 at 8:30 pm -

            Is x2c even real? It seems like you just made him up. All I did was disagree with your previous comment. If TNA can’t compete on TV because they’re on “a less popular network with less overall viewers,” then the same could be said for Thursday Night Football and Smackdown which are both on networks that aren’t in as many homes. Yet, they are both in the top 5 watched cable programs for their respective days.
            Heck, the NFL network shouldn’t even be as successful as it is. It’s only been around for 10 years (if we believe you). How many networks on cable have been around longer than NFL network?
            My examples might not be the best, but the fact remains. TNA has the available outlets to be successful. So, what’s stopping them? What’s holding them back?

    • Gary Mcbain November 5, 2013 at 10:16 pm - Reply

      Still here?

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