Headlies: Heath Slater Drafted To Saturday Morning Slam

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Anchorage, AK – WWE Superstar Heath Slater was finally drafted this weekend and will become the new star of Saturday Morning Slam.

Initially, Slater had gone undrafted by bother the Raw and Smackdown brands, leaving him without a place to wrestle. His luck changed, though, when he received an email from Saturday Morning Slam’s new General Manager saying that he had been drafted. The GM sent Slater a plane ticket that took him to Anchorage, Alaska, the new permanent home of Saturday Morning Slam.

Slater entered the empty Ben Boeke Ice Arena early on Monday morning. The hockey rink was still dark and Slater stumbled around trying to find a light. “Hello?” shouted Slater into the darkness. “Mr. General Manager? It’s Heath Slater. The Red Dragon? The new star of your show? The One-Man Rock Band? Hello?”

A small television screen turned on with Daniel Bryan appearing on screen via satellite.

“Hey, buddy. Glad to see you made it. Hope the 20-hour flight wasn’t too bad.” said Bryan.

“DB! It’s go to see you, bay-bee!” said Slater. “I’m ready to rock and roll Saturday Morning Slam!”

“Glad to hear it, Heath,” said Bryan. You know how much SMS means to me. I was the Dazzler of that show. I brought Saturday mornings pizazz! Showmanship! Fun! I know you’ll be able to do the same thing, which is why I’m dubbing you “The Spazzler!”

“I won’t let you down, boss! I will make you proud to be the general manager of Saturday Morning Slam!” said Slater while rummaging around the rink’s snack bar for a hot pretzel.

“Whoa, whoa whoa,” objected Bryan. “I’m not the GM of Saturday Morning Slam. I’m too busy with Smackdown.”

“Well, if you’re not the GM than who is?” inquired Slater, while tearing open a mustard packet with his teeth.

“He should be there right now,” said Bryan.

Slater squinted as a shape began to appear in the distance. He accidentally squirted mustard all over himself when he realized that the new general manger was none other than a real, live grizzly bear.

“You should’ve known that SMS is also known for bears!” said Bryan before signing off.

Saturday Morning Slam is set to make it’s debut on Saturday, September 3rd if Heath Slater survives until then.

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10 Responses to "Headlies: Heath Slater Drafted To Saturday Morning Slam"
  1. "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

    Yes! This totally needs to be a Network show! I guess Heath will just have to grin and Baer.. er.. bear it like R.D did. 🙂

  2. Raven7309 says:

    Two things:
    1. In that photo, Heath looks like he could be Bobby Fish’s (ROH) twin.
    2. Daniel Bryan as Dazzler? “LICENCE TO PRINT MONEY!!!”

  3. John C says:

    WWE makes the transition from Ce-nation to Hiber-nation.

  4. Geoff says:

    Totally had me fooled. I thought Saturday Morning Slam was a real show. That’s something that could only come from Vince’s mind. But seeing the comments above, I guess it’s not real. Though you know, if DB calls him the Spazzler, Slater should come up with a better finisher. Something called the Razzle Dazzle. A set up for that move would be the Spazzle Dazzle. So think a CM punk Shining Wizard followed up by whatever his finisher is. Try also saying it three times fast. The razzle dazzle from the Spazzle.

    • Gold Standard says:

      Saturday Morning Slam was a real show. R.D. did a weekly recap of it. It was an hour long and featured a more kid friendly mindset (like 8-10 years old).

    • Si says:

      It was a real series, WWE’s wildly pitched attempt at a kid-friendly wrestling show. Wrestlecrap ran a series of reviews of it at the time.

  5. Philip says:

    I’d watch it. Heath Slater is a legend 🙂

  6. Si says:

    Must be said, when wwe.com ran a piece last week about how as a free agent Slater could appear in places like EVOLVE and the UK indies, I did wonder what Cody Rhodes, who just walked out of the company and has since booked appearances in EVOLVE and the UK indies, would think of it.

  7. Alvin says:

    Ah, Saturday Morning Slam. A shame it went down with the cartoons that followed.

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