Nice! Will def be watching this as it airs for the first time.
"Check out this classic match and get the full story on how the tape was discovered, what happened to Tom Magee, and much more by watching Holy Grail: The Search for WWE’s Most Infamous Lost Match, streaming Monday after Raw."
This is of course the match where Bret Hart supposedly made Tom Magee, who was green and terrible, "look like a million bucks." As the story goes, Bret got such a good match out of him that Vince thought he'd found his next Hogan only to find out that he sucked so bad he was kept off television (for the most part).
That was a really solid documentary, and the match itself was pretty good.
Looks like it's going to be a good week on the Network.
Next Sunday, they're airing the NXT Combine eight hour special, which should be fun. And once that is over with, they've got a new episode of WWE Untold, this one on WCW Big Bang with Bischoff talking about his plans to reboot WCW.
WWE Network got the 2.0 upgrade to the new platform/new design today on Roku and Xbox and mobile. Update not yet available on PS4 as of this post.
I'm liking it. I always watch it on Roku, but that old Roku was downright terrible. This new one is very Netflix like. It's fast. Finally have a Recently Added section too, so you can easily keep track of what the latest updates were.
I've been watching episodes here and there from the Ruthless Agression series.
Typical self serving WWE doc, but that's one of those things that just goes without saying. It is a good pickup where Monday Night Wars left off, and the first episode did a good job of building off of that. Liked the Cena episode a lot, and the Lesnar one as well, although with both of them, when they got to a certain point of their career they just blew by a ton of stuff without even nary a mention of it. Brock's feud with Eddie is completely ignored for instance. Also, the Ruthless Aggression era in my mind is so synonymous with He Who Shall Never Again Be Mentioned that leaving him out of this series altogether is going to be very awkward.
Yeah. I get what he did was horrific in ways that words fail to describe, and I can understand not wanting to "celebrate" anything he did, but it's so beyond stupid to try and pretend that he didn't exist.