On this date in WWF history: Shaving Ryan's Privates

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On the January 25, 1999, edition of World Wrestling Federation's (WWF) Monday Night RAW, perennial mid-carder Val Venis gave pro wrestling fans a sneak peek at his latest adult movie, starring none other than Ryan Shamrock, the (kayfabe) sister of former UFC pioneer Ken Shamrock.

In reality, she was wrestling valet Alicia Webb.

"The Big Valbowski" titled it "Sister Act," also known as "Shaving Ryan's Privates" (a parody of Steven Spielberg's 1998 war film) and used his gimmick, that of a male porno actor, to further his feud with "The World's Most Dangerous man" by, well, banging his sister in the shower.

Watch him shave Ryan's privates, after the jump.

The two would eventually face off at St. Valentine's Day Massacre: In Your House, with Venis defeating Shamrock (with the help of special guest referee Billy Gunn) to win the Intercontinental Championship; however, he would break up with Ryan and drop the strap to Road Dogg all within the span of a month.

Good times.

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