Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, and Randy Savage are in the booth, starting a new taping cycle in Worcester, Massachusetts. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, the taping took place on July 29 and drew a heavily papered crowd of 14,221.
Jake Roberts tells the Ultimate Warrior that he needs to enter a dark room, where Lucifer awaits him in a coffin. The Warrior goes inside, and Roberts locks the door behind him, turning the lights on to reveal snakes all over the floor. The Warrior cautiously gets to the coffin and opens it. When he does, Lucifer bites him in the face. The Warrior begs Roberts to open the door as the snake’s poison takes effect, but Roberts refuses, laughing at how the Warrior is affected just like any common man. Roberts welcomes a “man in black” to see his work, which is revealed to be the Undertaker, and Roberts tells the Warrior never to trust a snake as the Warrior loses consciousness. Like all the segments to this point, Roberts knocked this one out of the park and his heel turn was shocking for many young fans that had only known him as a babyface. According to Roberts, the Warrior was bitten several times by snakes when they filmed this segment because he did not shuffle his feet and kicked and antagonized the snakes he was working with.