We don't need it back.
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No word yet on the return of WWE Saturday Morning Slam. CW has started its new season and there is no mention of Saturday Morning Slam. When asked, WWE hasn't answered questions about the status of the show, which seems to indicate it's not coming back.
well i never watch it and don't care
We don't need it back.
I really want it back. Although, they'd probably decide that Bryan was too big of a star for it now.
Daniel Bryan's rant about bears was one of the greatest things I've ever seen.
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I've only seen clips of it here and there on Youtube. From what I've seen, it did seem pretty great. I do wish there was a WWE network though, because I can't watch all these shows on networks I've never even heard of. ><
it was a great marketing idea for a starting fan base of younger viewers.
I got into wrestling because of playback shows on Saturday afternoons that aired after the morning cartoons.
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Justin Gabriel is fucked now.
I'd like to see Saturday Morning Slam return... it was a pretty good wrestling show.
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There is no justice in this WWE Universe, why can't I have the one show that I completely enjoy? It didn't hurt anybody, except sticks in the mud!
That's all, folks.
I've never watched a full show of it but some of the stuff to come out of it has been hilarious. Bryan doing commentary on bears, Santino going wrestling 101 for kids and asking if Heath Slater was aware that he's breaking the rules, the heel running the ropes spot that once featured Michael Mcgillcutty running the ropes throughout an entire commercial break, it was pretty damn funny and a good way to introduce WWE to kids. The wrestling wasn't half bad either and it was nice to see some of the jobbers getting wins.
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