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    Where it all started: HIAC

    15 years ago, during one of the most raw, cutting edge, in your face periods the wrestling world has ever known, the Hell In A Cell match was introduced. It was also the night one of the most dominant, athletic big men to ever step inside the squared circle was re-introduced to the wrestling world, with a new, edgy, believably terrifying character: Kane.

    WWF Bad Blood IYH: Witness Undertaker and HBK in one of their earlier matches, as they step inside the inaugural HIAC. Bret Hart competing on his final PPV card before SS. A night where a tragic incident before the show left a dark cloud over the entire night, setting the tone for Kane's haunting introduction.

    In honor of this weekends HIAC PPV and 15 years of HIAC, here is WWF BAD BLOOD: http://wrestlingbc.multiply.com/video/item/2841

    It's broken up into parts. Credit goes to WrestlingBC.

    Yes, the PPV theme song was later used as Steve Blackman's theme.

    Yes, young Michael Cole does look like a chode.

    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret Owen Smith View Post
    15 years ago, during one of the most raw, cutting edge, in your face periods the wrestling world has ever known, the Hell In A Cell match was introduced. It was also the night one of the most dominant, athletic big men to ever step inside the squared circle was re-introduced to the wrestling world, with a new, edgy, believably terrifying character: Kane.

    WWF Bad Blood IYH: Witness Undertaker and HBK in one of their earlier matches, as they step inside the inaugural HIAC. Bret Hart competing on his final PPV card before SS. A night where a tragic incident before the show left a dark cloud over the entire night, setting the tone for Kane's haunting introduction.

    In honor of this weekends HIAC PPV and 15 years of HIAC, here is WWF BAD BLOOD: http://wrestlingbc.multiply.com/video/item/2841

    It's broken up into parts. Credit goes to WrestlingBC.

    Yes, the PPV theme song was later used as Steve Blackman's theme.

    Yes, young Michael Cole does look like a chode.

    Enjoy!
    HA! Nice find!

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