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WWE News: WWE Story Time clip deleted from WWE's YouTube channel

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WWE deletes a Story Time video from their official YouTube channel, but why?

A Screenshot from the concerned video clip

The WWE recently pulled out a video clip from their official YouTube channel from the WWE Network’s new show, WWE Story Time. 

The clip featured a voice-over from Triple H chronicling his first few days with the Kilq members — Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels, Sean Waltman aka X-Pac and Scott Hall aka Razor Ramon. Triple H spoke about an incident that happened at a restaurant. 

According to Triple H — the incident took place after Scott Hall got mad when he found out that the cook in the restaurant was putting boogers in his eggs. While Hall was throwing a fit, Shawn Michaels was in a state of confusion, and Sean Waltman passed out. 

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Triple H concluded by saying that they accidentally hurt Waltman's leg while taking him out of the restaurant, with Waltman waking up outside the place. 

WWE Story Time is a new animated show for the WWE Network. Each episode features a wrestler telling stories from their time on the road.

WWE Story Time aired the night after Survivor Series, with the first episode chronicling the problem caused by Jake "The Snake" Roberts’ pet snake, Damien at an airport. In the same episode, another story featured Bubba Ray Dudley — recalling his experience at a race track. 

The show has a TV-14 rating, just like WWE's first animated show — Camp WWE. 

Camp WWE featured all the current and past WWE superstars as kids in a camp run by Vince McMahon. The show had some pretty violent imagery, and some course language, thus giving it the TV-14 rating. The first season of the show ran for six episodes, with mixed reactions from the fans. The show will return for a second season. 

The video below shows a clip covering Jake Roberts’ story on WWE Story Time:

It is unclear why the video was pulled from the channel, but we shall update this story once we have more information on the topic.


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