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Let’s Say Nice Things About... In Your House

In an effort to bring some positivity to professional wrestling—and the world for that matter—Cageside Seats and its community will say nice things about people and things in wrestling every single day throughout 2017.

Remember, only positive comments allowed here. Negativity will not be tolerated, and that includes back-handed compliments and troll comments. Any comments that are not in the spirit of this feature will be flagged, deleted, and posters of said comments may be subjected to a ban.

With the anniversary of the original coming up, today’s subject is the WWF PPV series of the mid-1990s, In Your House.

NOTE: This is in reference to the PPV series In Your House, not the video game of the same name.

I’ll start. It was a way for the WWF to stay relevant in those periods in between the Big Four (later Big Five) PPVs. It also gave an incentive for fans to order the events, as the early ones were priced at half the price of the big events.

And... I know I bag on the New Generation Era, but some of the In Your House events were really, really, really good (Canadian Stampede and Mind Games were two of my favorites). Don’t dismiss the series. Some good hidden gems in there.

Ok, your turn. Say something nice about In Your House.

Got a suggestion for a future “Let’s Say Nice Things About...”? Hit me up on the Twitter gimmick @notoriouseddie. I may not always respond, but I promise I will read it.

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