WWF Xperience (found pay-per-view event footage; 1996)

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WWF Xperience
Logo for the WWF/WWE in 1996
Logo for the WWF/WWE in 1996
Status Found
Date found October 25, 2017
Found by The Wrestling Collector

WWF Xperience was an IPPV (internet pay per view) shown on August 24th, 1996, in Toronto, Canada. It was only available online and was not broadcasted on TV. During this time the internet was still young and it would've taken a long time to download the show. The show was most likely available from the WWF website, which was not that old at the time. Only one recording of a match exists; it was recorded by a fan in the arena, the recording is a match between Shawn Micheals and Goldust (Dustin Runnels). Clips from the match would also air on the Raw the Monday after the PPV.

On October 25, 2017, the event was uploaded to YouTube, marking the first time it has been seen publicly since 1996.

The Card

the matches on this pay per view go as follows. A w next to the name means they won.

W-The Goodwins V. The New Rockers

W-HHH V. Bob Holly

John Bradshaw V. W-Savio Vega

W-Jose Lothario V. Jim Cornette

Marc Mero (manager sable) V. W-Steve Austin

W-Sycho Sid Vicious V. Vader

Aldo Montoya V. W-Faarooq

W-Owen Hart and British bulldog V. The smoking guns (manager sunny)

Mankind V. W-Undertaker (manager Paul Bearer)

Goldust V. W- Shawn Micheals


WWF Xperience in its entirety.

External Links

A wrestling Website that has the card for the PPV on it

An entry on a top ten by What Culture on 16 PPVs NOT On The WWE Network



Anonymous user #1

21 days ago
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This was basically the first IPPV of any wrestling organization, if I'm not mistaken.

Anonymous user #2

18 days ago
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how can wwe network not have any footage of this ?

Anonymous user #3

17 days ago
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Surprised this wasn't locked away in their vault along with the owen hart footage


13 days ago
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According to the 20 November 2017 Notice Board post, the available footage is fan-filmed, so does that really make this found if it was a pay-per-view event? Or are all live events that don't have footage available considered lost?
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