Notes On WWE Editing For David Hasselhoff/RAW Segments

Matt Boone

Dan Trigona sent along the following:

I was reading the recap of the 4/12/10 RAW and noticed a minor spelling goof submitted. When David Hassellhoff made the match between Cena and Ortunga, at the end, there was a short bit of interplay between Hasselhoff and the Knight Industries Two Thousand. In the series “Knight Rider” it was spelled “K.I.T.T.” however fans just use KITT now. In the posting, the writer used “kit”.

Also, the voiceover was that of William Daniels (the original voice of KITT), however, that was an edit job by WWE. The giveaway was that KITT said “Michael” instead of “David”. As Hasselhoff was not in his Knight Rider character of Michael Knight, there was no reason for WWE to edit in “Michael” when I believe that over four seasons, KITT used “David” at least once.

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