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WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 21, 1980 (20,000+)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary
Davey O'Hannon defated Angelo Gomez at 10:21
Rene Goulet defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 4:59
Bobby Duncum defeated Mike Masters at 1:29
Kevin Von Erich pinned Johnny Rodz with a bodypress at 8:28 (Von Erich's MSG debut)
Larry Zbyszko defeated Hussein Arab via disqualification at 10:29 when Arab accidentally hit an elbow drop on referee Terry Terranova when Zbyzsko moved out of the way
Hulk Hogan pinned Dominic DeNucci at 7:34 with the legdrop after dropping DeNucci throat-first across the top rope
The Wild Samoans defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Ivan Putski & Tito Santana via count-out at 12:46 after Samoan #2 crotched Santana on the top rope, with Santana then falling out to the floor; after the bout, Santana was taken backstage on a stretcher (the Samoans' MSG debut)
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund fought Ken Patera to a draw at 25:52 when, after Patera threw Backlund into referee Jack Lotz, referee Terry Terranova called for the bell; after the bout, Lotz was taken backstage on a stretcher
WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson defeated Capt. Lou Albano via count-out at 6:11 after Patterson hit Albano with his own foreign object, causing Albano to bleed, with Albano then running backstage
Tony Atlas defeated Swede Hanson at 2:17 with a headbutt off the top

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 18, 1980
Austin Idol defeated Jose Estrada at 7:26
Tommy Rich defeated Johnny Rodz at 7:41
Hulk Hogan defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Tito Santana via count-out at 10:48
Sika defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Ivan Putski via count-out at 5:28
Bobby Duncum defeated Dominic DeNucci at 11:21
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Ken Patera via count-out at 15:37; Pat Patterson was the special referee for the bout
Afa defeated Rene Goulet at 9:18
Cowboy Lang & Lone Eagle defeated Little Tokyo & Dirty Morgan at 6:55
Tony Atlas defeated Hussein Arab at 12:18

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 24, 1980 (26,102 which included 4,000 in Felt Forum)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary
Bulldog Brower pinned Frank Williams at 8:53 with an elbow drop following a running back elbow
Kerry Von Erich pinned Jose Estrada at 10:49 with a sunset flip out of the corner (Kerry's MSG debut)
Tor Kamata pinned Mike Masters at 5:46 with a jumping kick and a kneedrop
Larry Zbyszko defeated Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) via disqualification at 15:31 when Sammartino failed to release a choke; Sammartino was eventually pulled away by Skaaland and referee Dick Kroll while Zbyzsko escaped
Afa pinned Dominic DeNucci at 9:42 with a jumping headbutt
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Sika at 18:32 after throwing the challenger off the top as Sika attempted a diving headbutt
Andre the Giant & WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson defeated Bobby Duncum & Ken Patera at 11:04 when Andre pinned Duncum with a splash as Patterson had Duncum in the figure-4
Rene Goulet pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna with a sunset flip at 6:11
Hulk Hogan pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Tito Santana at 8:12 with a suplex and grabbing the tights for leverage; prior to the bout, Hogan was escorted to the ring by Freddie Blassie (Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology Wal-Mart exclusive 4th disc)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 21, 1980 (20,000+)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured vince McMahon on commentary
Larry Sharpe defeated Mike Masters at 8:11
Greg Gagne defeated Jose Estrada at 8:53
Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood defeated Tor Kamata & Bulldog Brower at 15:11
Sika defeated Dominic DeNucci at 9:27
Andre the Giant defeated Bobby Duncum at 13:11
Hulk Hogan defeated Rene Goulet at 3:14
Ken Patera defeated WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson to win the title at 20:48 with a knee drop off the middle turnbuckle to the champion's back; the referee, still groggy from a collision with Patterson moments prior, did not notice that the champion's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover (History of the Intercontinental Title, The Ken Patera Story)
Bruno Sammartino defeated Larry Zbyszko via count-out
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Afa at 16:34

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 19, 1980 (near capacity crowd)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary
Rick McGraw defeated Jose Estrada at 10:38 (McGraw's MSG debut)
Larry Zbyszko won a 16-man $15,000 battle royal at 11:25 by last eliminating Dominic DeNucci and Bobby Duncum at the same time when, as DeNucci had Duncum in an airplane spin, Zbyzsko dropkicked them both to the floor; order of elimination: Frankie Williams by Baron Mikel Scicluna, Ivan Putski by Peter Maivia, Maivia by Putski via pulling him out from the outside, Scicluna by Tony Atlas, Atlas by the Wild Samoans, Johnny Rodz by DeNucci, Rene Goulet by Duncum, Samoan #2 by Samoan #1 following an accidental headbutt, Samoan #1 by Gorilla Monsoon, Tor Kamata by Pat Patterson, Monsoon by Zbyzsko & Duncum, Patterson by Zbyzsko & Duncum; due to pre-match stipulations, Zbyszko earned a world title shot for the next show at MSG
Larry Sharpe defeated Frankie Williams at 8:24
Larry Zbyszko pinned Dominic DeNucci at 7:08 following a kick to the face as DeNucci charged the corner
Tor Kamata pinned Johnny Rodz at 7:58 after a double karate chop to the throat
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Patera in a Texas Death Match at 22:56 with a crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Patera to the ring and Arnold Skaaland escorted Backlund; named Wrestling Observer's Match of the Year
Gorilla Monsoon pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna (sub. for Hulk Hogan) at 3:11 with a chop and splash
Bobby Duncum defeated Rene Goulet at 5:42
Tony Atlas, Ivan Putski, & Pat Patterson defeated Peter Maivia & WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 16:25; fall #1: Patterson pinned Maivia with a roll up at 8:26; fall #2: Maivia pinned Patterson after a double team from the Samoans at 4:31; fall #3: Atlas pinned Samoan #1 with a splash after the Samoans accidentally headbutted each other at 3:28; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted the Samoans ringside

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 16, 1980 (20,000+)
Johnny Rodz defeated Steve King
Bobby Duncum defeated Rick McGraw
Hulk Hogan defeated Gorilla Monsoon
Larry Zbyszko defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund when the bout was stopped due to blood at 27:39
Ivan Putski (sub. for Dusty Rhodes) defeated Tor Kamata
WWF IC Champion Ken Patera defeated Pat Patterson
Rene Goulet defeated Larry Sharpe via disqualification
WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans defeated Dominic DeNucci & Ivan Putski

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 22, 1980 (20,000+)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon & Kal Rudman on commentary; included the Fujinami / Guerrero, Patterson / Kamata, Moolah & Shade / Lee & Malloy and Inoki / Sharpe matches from the Aug. 9 Shea Stadium show, with McMahon & Rudman doing live commentary from MSG as there was no original English commentary for the show; the matches were shown in the place of the Harley Race / Bob Backlund match and the introductions and crowd noise could be heard as the Shea bouts were shown:
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Les Thornton pinned Jose Estrada at 7:02 with a backbreaker (Thornton's MSG debut)
Pat Patterson pinned Johnny Rodz at 8:04 with a sunset flip
The Hangman pinned Dominic DeNucci at 10:15 when the Hangman fell on top of DeNucci after holding onto the top rope while in the middle of an airplane spin; after the bout, DeNucci hung the Hangman over the top rope with his own noose (Hangman's MSG debut)
Larry Zbyszko defeated Tony Garea via disqualification at 12:15 when Garea failed to release an abdominal stretch after Zbyszko reached the ropes (Garea's MSG return after an 18-month absence)
Rick Martel pinned Rick McGraw at 6:47 with a backslide (Martel's MSG debut)
Pedro Morales pinned Afa at 3:34 by reversing a bodyslam into the ring and falling on top for the win; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Afa to the ring
WWF IC Champion Ken Patera pinned Rene Goulet at 1:04 with a small package; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Patera ringside
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated NWA World Champion Harley Race via disqualification at 35:14 when Race pulled the referee into Backlund as the NWA title holder was caught in a sleeper; this bout was not televised with the rest of the show, rather four matches from the Aug. 9 Shea Stadium show aired in its place
Tony Atlas pinned Sika at 5:32 with an elbow drop
All American Wrestling - 9/11/83: Andre the Giant pinned Hulk Hogan at 12:18 when Hogan failed a slam attempt and guest referee Gorilla Monsoon made a fast count; prior to the match, Hogan was escorted ringside by Freddie Blassie; just before the finish, Hogan successfully slammed Andre; the match was not televised and the MSG broadcast went off the air immediately following the Atlas / Sika bout (Hulk Hogan: The Unreleased Archives)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 20, 1980
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Terry Taylor pinned Jose Estrada with an abdominal stretch into a roll up at 9:59
Rene Goulet pinned Johnny Rodz after Rodz hit the corner at 8:41
The Hangman defeated Rick McGraw via submission to a backbreaker at 7:19
Pedro Morales fought WWF IC Champion Ken Patera to a double disqualification at 16:19 after both men attacked the referee and used illegal holds; after the bout, the two men had to be held apart by a number of wrestlers including Pat Patterson, Dominic DeNucci, Rick Martel, and several others (History of the Intercontinental Title, History of the Intercontinental Championship)
Dominic DeNucci pinned Larry Sharpe with an inside cradle at 8:38
Sgt. Slaughter defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via disqualification at 16:33 when Arnold Skaaland hit Slaughter in the head, following a confrontation on the floor, as Backlund was trapped in the Cobra Clutch
Rick Martel pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna with a sunset flip at 3:34
Tony Garea defeated Larry Zbyszko via disqualification at 4:58 after Zbyszko shoved the referee
Dusty Rhodes & Pat Patterson defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match via referee's decision; fall #1: Rhodes pinned Sika with an elbow at 11:47; fall #2: the curfew expired

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 8, 1980 (20,011)
This card was not televised; John Lennon was shot and killed in NYC this same night
Johnny Rodz defeated Sylvano Sousa at 10:49
The Moondogs defeated Rick McGraw & Angel Marvilla at 11:37
Larry Zbyszko defeated Dominic DeNucci via count-out at 12:42
WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tony Garea defeated the Wild Samoans in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 26:27, 2 falls to 1
Ernie Ladd fought Tony Atlas to a double count-out at 5:24
Pedro Morales defeated WWF IC Champion Ken Patera to win the title at 18:51; Pat Patterson was the guest referee for the bout
Bruno Sammartino defeated Sgt. Slaughter via count-out at 18:38

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 29, 1980 (19,000)
Televised on the MSG and USA networks and in Japan - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Yoshiaki Yatsu pinned Jose Estrada at 8:47 with a belly to belly suplex
Seiji Sakaguchi fought Sika (w/ Afa) to a draw at 5:34 when both Afa, who switched places with Sika during the bout, and Antonio Inoki, who made the save for Sakaguchi, interfered
WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Don Diamond with a back suplex into a bridge at 10:28
Hulk Hogan pinned Dominic DeNucci at 4:38 with a powerslam
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Killer Khan at 12:23 with a back suplex into a bridge
WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea & Rick Martel defeated the Moondogs via disqualification at 13:16 when, as Garea had King in an abdominal stretch, Rex hit Garea in the back with one of the challengers' bones
NWF Champion & World Martial Arts Champion Antonio Inoki pinned Bobby Duncum at 12:47 with an enzuiguri; only the Martial Arts title was at stake but Inoki came to the ring wearing the NWF belt
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah & Joyce Grable defeated Candy Malloy & Peggy Lee when Moolah pinned Lee following a double clothesline at 5:09
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales pinned the Hangman at 7:07 with a roll up after the Hangman hit the corner
Pat Patterson defeated Ken Patera via disqualification at 8:12 when Patera refused to break on the ropes Untelevised matches:
Ivan Putski pinned Afa at 2:34
Tony Atlas pinned Ernie Ladd at 9:24 in a Texas Death match

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 16, 1981 (20,808)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Killer Khan defeated Dominic DeNucci at 7:46
Yoshiaki Yatsu defeated Johnny Rodz at 11:12
Hulk Hogan defeated Rick McGraw at 1:31
The Hangman defeated Frank Savage at 10:58
SD Jones defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 8:44
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales defeated Sgt. Slaughter via disqualification at 22:40 after the challenger used a pair of brass knuckles; after the bout, Morales used the brass knuckles to pound on Slaughter all the way back to the dressing room
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund fought Stan Hansen to a draw when the referee deemed both men too bloody to continue; after the bout, the two continued to brawl back to the dressing room where they were eventually seperated by security guards
Pat Patterson, WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tony Garea defeated the Moondogs & Capt. Lou Albano in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 16, 1981 (21,000+)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Yoshiaki Yatsu pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 8:39
SD Jones pinned Johnny Rodz at 9:41 with a diving headbutt after Rodz missed a move off the middle turnbuckle
Moondog Rex pinned Rick McGraw at 6:38 with a shoulderbreaker after avoiding a charge in the corner
Dominic DeNucci pinned Larry Sharpe at 6:53
Stan Hansen defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) via count-out at 12:02 after the champion suffered the loaded lariat on the ring apron, knocking him to the floor; prior to Hansen's entrance, Pat Patterson entered the ring, issued a public challenge to Sgt. Slaughter over the house microphone, and shook the hands of Howard Finkel, Arnold Skaaland, and the champion; prior to the match, Freddie Blassie escorted Hansen to the ring; after the bout, Backlund cleared the ring of his opponent
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales pinned Moondog King at 4:48 with a roll up as King charged at him; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted King ringside
Andre the Giant defeated Sgt. Slaughter via disqualification at 7:58 when Slaughter grabbed the referee and used him as a shield when Andre charged at him; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Slaughter ringside
WWF Tag Team Champion Rick Martel pinned the Hangman at 15:37 with a flip and roll up
WWF Tag Team Champion Tony Garea pinned Bulldog Brower at 10:56 with a roll up
Tony Atlas pinned Hulk Hogan at 7:08 after crotching Hogan on the top rope; Hogan had his foot on the middle rope during the cover but the referee failed to notice; after the bout, Hogan attacked referee Dick Kroll, bodyslammed him, and gave him a legdrop

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 6, 1981 (25,302 including 3,334 in Felt Forum)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Yoshiaki Yatsu pinned Terry Gunn at 5:11 with a belly to belly suplex
Killer Khan (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Dominic DeNucci at 5:19 with a kneedrop
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Moondog Rex (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 9:33 with a small package
Pat Patterson fought Sgt. Slaughter (w/ the Grand Wizard) to a double disqualification at 13:36 after both men abused referee Jack Lotz
All American Wrestling - 11/6/83: Mil Mascaras pinned Moondog King (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 8:14 with a crossbody off the top
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Stan Hansen in a steel cage match by escaping through the door at 8:59 (Bloodbath: Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches)
SD Jones pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 8:53 with a sunset flip
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah & Lelani Kai defeated Jill Fontaine & Suzette Ferriera at 7:08 when Moolah pinned Fontaine following a flapjack
Tony Garea & Rick Martel defeated Johnny Rodz & Larry Sharpe at 7:38 when Martel pinned Rodz with a double leg cradle

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 4, 1981 (near capacity)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary; prior to the show, it was announced to the crowd Andre the Giant had sustained a broken ankle:
SD Jones defeated Johnny Rodz at 15:36
Yoshiaki Yatsu defeated the Hangman at 10:31; the bout was originally scheduled for Yatsu & Antonio Inoki vs. Hangman & Frank Savage
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales defeated Killer Khan at 4:26
Dominic DeNucci pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 6:53 with a backslide
Peter Maivia pinned Rick McGraw at 7:08 with a backbreaker
Angelo Mosca defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via disqualification at 13:51 when Backlund accidentally punched the referee when Mosca ducked the blow; after the bout, Mosca ran backstage with the title belt (Mosca's MSG debut)
Pat Patterson defeated Sgt. Slaugther (w/ the Grand Wizard) in an alley fight at 14:25 when the Grand Wizard, who escorted Slaughter to the ring before the match, returned ringside and threw in the towel after Slaughter had been beaten a bloody mess; voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter (WWE Hall of Fame 2004, Falls Count Anywhere: The Greatest Street Fights and other Out of Control Matches)
The Carolina Kid & Farmer Jerome defeated Sky Low Low & Kid Chocolate
Tony Garea, Rick Martel, & Gorilla Monsoon (sub. for Andre the Giant) defeated Stan Hansen, WWF Tag Team Champion Moondog Rex, & Capt. Lou Albano (sub. for Moondog King) in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 14:01, 2-0; fall #1: Monsoon's team won via disqualification at 11:39 when all three heels began attacking Martel; fall #2: Monsoon pinned Rex at 2:22 with a splash
The Carolina Kid & Farmer Jerome defeated Sky Low Low & Kid Chocolate when Carolina pinned Chocolate

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 8, 1981 (near capacity)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary; included McMahon conducting a ringside interview with Andre the Giant regarding Killer Khan and Andre's broken ankle
Curt Hennig pinned Johnny Rodz at 9:45 (Hennig's MSG debut)
Larry Sharpe pinned Rick McGraw at 9:06
Don Muraco (w/ the Grand Wizard) defeated Rick Martel via count-out at 10:27 after crotching Martel on the top rope (Muraco's MSG debut)
SD Jones pinned Frank Savage at 6:17 with a swinging neckbreaker
Dusty Rhodes defeated Killer Khan via disqualification at 11:45; prior to the bout, Khan was escorted to the ring by Freddie Blassie; after the bout, Howard Finkel introduced Andre the Giant, who came ringside on crutches and was interviewed by Vince McMahon
Tony Garea pinned Man Mountain Cannon (King Kong Bundy) at 6:23 following a slam
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Angelo Mosca when special referee Pat Patterson made a fast count at 10:31; after the bout, Mosca attacked Patterson
Yoshiaki Yatsu & WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Moondogs in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 22:15, 2-0; fall #1: the champions were disqualified at 15:44 when Spot used his rope belt to choke out Fujinami; fall #2: Fujinami pinned Spot after Rex accidentally hit an elbow drop on his partner; prior to the bout, Strong Kobyashi was introduced alongside the challengers; after the bout, Fujinami announced that he was engaged and his fiancee, Miss Kayori, was escorted to the ring
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales defeated Sgt. Slaughter at 6:53 after the challenger punched referee Dick Kroll in the face at 6:43 after Morales repeatedly punched the challenger; prior to the match, the Grand Wizard escorted Slaughter to the ring; after the bout, Morales and Slaughter continued to fight until Morales knocked Slaughter to the floor; moments later, Slaughter came up behind Kroll and put him in the Cobra Clutch while on the apron until Morales fought him off and stalked him backstage

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 20, 1981 (22,091)
Johnny Rodz defeated Terry Gunn at 9:31
SD Jones defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 9:18
Curt Hennig defeated Strong Kobayashi at 5:44
Sgt. Slaughter defeated Dominic DeNucci at 8:39
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated George Steele at 7:11
Pat Patterson defeated Angelo Mosca via disqualification at 11:08
WWF IC Champion Don Muraco fought Pedro Morales to a 20-minute draw
Andre the Giant fought Killer Khan to a double disqualification
Tony Garea & Rick Martel fought WWF Tag Team Champions the Moondogs to a curfew draw at the 10-minute mark

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 24, 1981 (22,000)
Curt Hennig defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 6:42
Dominic DeNucci defeated Frank Savage at 5:16
SD Jones defeated Johnny Rodz at 5:53
El Canek defeated Jose Estrada at 14:31
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund fought WWF IC Champion Don Muraco to a 60-minute time-limit draw
Pedro Morales defeated Angelo Mosca via disqualification at 10:49
Andre the Giant defeated Killer Khan in a Texas Death Match at 6:48; both Pat Patterson & Gorilla Monsoon were special referees for the bout
WWF Tag Team Champion Tony Garea defeated Bulldog Brower at 5:16
WWF Tag Team Champion Rick Martel defeated Moondog Spot at 3:27
Tony Atlas defeated Moondog Rex at 5:02

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 21, 1981 (20,920)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Yoshiaki Yatsu pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 9:37 with a sunset flip
Mr. Saito and Mr. Fuji co-won a $10,000 20-man battle royal by last eliminating WWF Tag Team Champion Rick Martel at 18:24; order of elimination: Bulldog Brower, Ron Shaw, Curt Hennig, Baron Mikel Scicluna, Steve O, Jose Estrada, Yoshiaki Yatsu, Mil Mascaras, Pedro Morales, Angelo Mosca, Killer Khan, Johnny Rodz, Roberto Soto, Larry Sharpe, WWF Tag Team Champion Tony Garea, SD Jones, Dominic DeNucci, and Martel (Steve O's MSG debut)
Steve O pinned Ron Shaw at 6:52 after an axe handle off the top
Mr. Fuji pinned Curt Hennig at 7:14 with a Samoan Drop; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Fuji to the ring
Killer Khan pinned Dominic DeNucci at 4:03 after avoiding a charge in the corner; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Khan to the ring
Mr. Saito pinned Roberto Soto at 6:54 with a kick to the chest; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Saito to the ring
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned WWF IC Champion Don Muraco in a Texas Death Match at 31:35 after reversing a suplex attempt into a backdrop; Muraco's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover but the referee failed to notice; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Muraco to the ring
Pedro Morales pinned Larry Sharpe at 6:28 with a backslide
Mil Mascaras pinned Bulldog Brower at 2:41 with a crossbody and splash
WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea & Rick Martel defeated Johnny Rodz & Jose Estrada at 12:15 when Martel pinned Estrada with a sunset flip

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 19, 1981 (18,120)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Curt Hennig pinned Joe Cox with a sunset flip at 9:14
Tony Garea & Rick Martel defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito via disqualification at 11:44 when referee John Stanley stopped the bout for excessive double teaming of Garea after Martel was thrown to the floor
Pedro Morales defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco at 18:46 when referee Jack Lotz stopped the bout due to Muraco's bleeding (History of the Intercontinental Title)
Dusty Rhodes pinned Ron Shaw at 1:28 with the Bionic Elbow
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund fought Greg Valentine to a no contest at 19:32; Backlund scored the pin when Valentine fell over after putting Backlund in an airplane spin but dazed referee John Stanley gave the title to Valentine and raised his hand as the winner after Backlund's leg knocked Stanley out during the airplane spin and Stanley thought Valentine had scored the pin, since both wore black tights; after the bout, several officials and NY State Athletic commissioners came to the ring and it was announced no decision would be rendered and the title would be held up pending further investigation; the title controversy was only a factor in NYC as Backlund continued to defend the title until the following month's Texas Death Match rematch
Pat Patterson pinned Angelo Mosca at 9:18 when Patterson lifted his shoulder out of a back suplex and bridge
Dominic DeNucci & SD Jones defeated Jose Estrada & Johnny Rodz at 11:29 when Jones pinned Estrada with a sunset flip
All American Wrestling - 10/30/83: Tony Atlas defeated Killer Khan via count-out at 9:49 when Khan walked out of the match after sustaining a gorilla press slam

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 23, 1981 (21,104)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Mr. Saito pinned SD Jones at 7:37 after a kneedrop from the middle turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Saito to the ring
Rick Martel pinned Hans Schroeder with a roll up at 13:11
Tony Garea pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 11:39
Dominic DeNucci & Curt Hennig defeated Johnny Rodz & Jose Estrada at 11:26
Pedro Morales defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco in a Texas Death Match to win the title after hitting Muraco with his own foreign object at 13:36 (History of the Intercontinental Title)
The Haiti Kid pinned Little Boy Blue at 8:33
Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Greg Valentine to win the vacant WWF World Heavyweight title at 15:36 with a German suplex into a bridge after avoiding a punch; in a move that was only recognized in the NYC area, the championship was vacated the previous month when the referee accidentally handed Valentine the title following his loss to Backlund; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Valentine to the ring
Dusty Rhodes defeated Angelo Mosca via count-out at 7:24 when, as both men were fighting on the apron, Rhodes missed a punch and fell back into the ring to break the count
Mil Mascaras pinned the Executioner (Ron Shaw) at 2:36 with a crossbody off the top
Tony Atlas pinned Mr. Fuji at 8:16 following a gorilla press slam; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Fuji to the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 18, 1982 (18,301)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Davey O'Hannon pinned Manuel Soto at 9:52 with a neckbreaker
Larry Sharpe pinned Jose Estrada at 8:41 after holding onto the ropes to avoid a dropkick from Estrada
Charlie Fulton pinned Johnny Rodz at 9:28 after avoiding a splash
Greg Valentine defeated WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales via disqualification at 14:43 after the champion hit Valentine with Valentine's own foreign object
Jesse Ventura pinned Dominic DeNucci at 10:26 with an elbow drop; after the bout, there was an in-ring announcement made regarding the New Japan Pro Wrestling IWGP Tournament with Vince McMahon Sr., WWF President Hisashi Shima, Frank Tunney, and NWA President Jim Crockett Jr.; on the broadcast, McMahon Jr. talked over the announcement as it was going on and hyped the world title match later in the card (Ventura's MSG debut)
Adrian Adonis defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund when the referee stopped the match at 30:54 due to excessive blood loss
Rick Martel & Tony Garea defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito via disqualification at 8:58 when Fuji threw salt in the face of guest referee Pat Patterson as Martel had Saito in a sleeper
Tony Atlas pinned the Executioner (Hans Schroeder) at 2:57 with a headbutt off the middle turnbuckle and a splash
Ivan Putski defeated Killer Khan via referee's decision after the curfew expired at 2:29

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 15, 1982 (22,034)
Johnny Rodz fought Davey O'Hannon to a 20-minute time limit draw
Capt. Lou Albano, WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito defeated Pat Patterson, Tony Garea, & Rick Martel in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match at 15:31
Jesse Ventura defeated SD Jones at 5:43
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Adrian Adonis in a Texas Death Match via a backflip pin at 16:33; Ivan Putski was the special referee for the bout
Pierre Martel defeated Larry Sharpe via disqualification at 9:51
Steve Travis defeated Charlie Fulton at 6:33
Rick McGraw defeated Jose Estrada at 8:24
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales defeated Greg Valentine in a Brass Knuckles Alley Fight at 14:10; Ivan Putski was the guest referee for the bout
Tony Atlas fought Killer Khan to a curfew draw

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 14, 1982 (matinee)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Tony Garea & Rick Martel defeated Charlie Fulton & the Executioner (Baron Mikel Scicluna) at 7:28
Pat Patterson defeated Capt. Lou Albano via count-out at 1:59 after Patterson hit Albano with his own foreign object, causing Albano to bleed, with Albano then running backstage (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah & Wendi Richter defeated Velvet McIntyre & Princess Victoria at 11:56
Steve Travis defeated Jose Estrada at 10:06
Greg Valentine defeated SD Jones at 9:48
All American Wrestling - 9/11/83: Rick McGraw & Andre the Giant defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Saito & Mr. Fuji in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: the challengers won via disqualification
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales pinned Adrian Adonis at 10:47 by lifting his shoulder out of a suplex in which both men's shoulders were down (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Jesse Ventura (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 9:21 with a roll up into a bridge and a fast count from guest referee Ivan Putski; after the bout, an enraged Ventura attacked Putski until Backlund and Putski together sent him out of the ring (History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship, WWE Hall of Fame 2004)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 26, 1982
Johnny Rodz defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna via disqualification at 5:52
Bob Orton Jr. defeated Rick McGraw when the match was stopped due to blood at 7:06 (Orton's MSG debut)
Blackjack Mulligan defeated Steve Travis at 12:49
Jimmy Snuka defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via disqualification at 10:42 when Backlund refused to break a choke; after the match, Snuka hit the splash off the top and the champion had to be taken from the ring on a stretcher
Tony Garea defeated Charlie Fulton at 13:02
Tony Atlas pinned Jesse Ventura at 15:09
Adrian Adonis defeated Pete Sanchez at 6:10
Ivan Putski, Pedro Morales, & Andre the Giant defeated Greg Valentine, WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 23:40, 2-0; the 1st fall was decided via disqualification

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 5, 1982
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Jose Estrada pinned Laurent Soucie at 10:28
Ivan Putski pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Saito at 8:37
Tony Atlas fought Greg Valentine to a double count-out at 8:24
Bob Orton Jr. pinned Steve Travis at 9:42
Tony Garea defeated Swede Hanson via disqualification
Jimmy Snuka defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via count-out at 20:53
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Fuji at 5:39
Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated Jesse Ventura & Adrian Adonis at 11:19
Rick McGraw pinned Charlie Fulton at 2:21
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah & Sherri Martel defeated Judy Martin & Penny Mitchell at 3:30 when Moolah pinned Martin
Andre the Giant fought Blackjack Mulligan to a double count-out at 9:34

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 28, 1982
Televised on the MSG and USA networks - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Johnny Rodz pinned Rick McGraw at 10:32 with a legdrop from the middle turnbuckle
Swede Hanson pinned Laurent Soucie at 3:24 with a kneedrop to the throat
Salvatore Bellomo pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 4:19 with a dropkick and splash
Bob Orton Jr. defeated WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales via disqualification at 14:38 when Morales threw referee Dick Kroll to the mat; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Orton to the ring
Blackjack Mulligan pinned SD Jones at 7:44 after avoiding a move off the turnbuckle and hitting an elbow drop; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Mulligan to the ring
Steve Travis pinned Charlie Fulton at 5:41 with a small package
All American Wrestling - 9/11/83: WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match at 15:10 by avoiding a lunge from the challenger and escaping through the door after Snuka missed a splash off the top of the cage; prior to the match, Vince McMahon conducted ringside interviews with Steve Travis and Freddie Blassie and announced Andre the Giant would face Blackjack Mulligan the following month in a Texas Death Match; before the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Snuka and Arnold Skaaland escorted Backlund to the ring; after the bout, the champion was interviewed at ringside by McMahon regarding the match as well as his next challenge, Bob Orton Jr.; rules for the bout stated the winner could only win by escaping through the door; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s, Legends of Wrestling: Hulk Hogan and Bob Backlund, The Greatest Cage Matches of All Time)
Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito to win the titles at 9:48 when Jules pinned Fuji after Fuji missed a dive in the ring; the decision was later overturned when the replay showed Fuji's foot on the bottom rope during the pin and the titles were declared vacant; Ivan Putski was the guest referee for the bout; prior to the match, Fuji & Saito were escorted to the ring by Capt. Lou Albano (Tag Team Champions)
Tony Garea defeated Adrian Adonis via disqualification at 8:35 when Adonis shoved referee Mike Torres as Torres attempted to break Adonis' sleeper
Tony Atlas defeated Greg Valentine via count-out at 3:02 when Valentine left ringside after sustaining several headbutts; prior to the bout, Valentine was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 2, 1982 (22,000; sell out)
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah & Leilani Kai defeated Vivian St. John & Peggy Lee at 7:13
Johnny Rodz fought Pete Sanchez to a double disqualification
Tony Garea fought Steve Travis to a draw at 13:32
Salvatore Bellomo defeated Jose Estrada at 4:14
SD Jones defeated Swede Hanson at 2:36
Ivan Putski (sub. for Tony Atlas) defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Saito at 10:18
Ivan Putski defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Fuji via disqualification at 2:58
Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated the Masked Demons at 5:06
Jimmy Snuka defeated WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales via count-out at 9:18
Andre the Giant defeated Blackjack Mulligan at 14:41 in a Texas Death Match
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Bob Orton Jr. at 23:38

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 30, 1982 (19,908)
Televised on the MSG and USA networks - included Vince McMahon on commentary
Tony Garea pinned Charlie Fulton at 6:39 with a crossbody off the top
Killer Khan pinned Steve Travis at 5:31 with a kneedrop from the middle turnbuckle
Bob Orton Jr. defeated Pat Patterson via count-out at 9:28 after crotching Patterson on the top, causing him to fall to the floor
WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tiger Mask pinned the Dynamite Kid at 6:34 with a suplex and moonsault after the challenger failed a diving headbutt (Tiger Mask and Dynamite's MSG debut)
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales fought Jimmy Snuka to a double disqualification at 17:55 after both men refused to break choke holds, with Snuka also hitting a headbutt on guest referee Ivan Putski; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Snuka to the ring
Tiger Jackson & Little Beaver defeated Sky Low Low & Sonny Boy (w/ Thomas Charles Cassidy) in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Jackson pinned Sonny Boy at 4:46 wit a forearm to the chest; fall #2: Beaver pinned Sky Low Low at 1:17 with a gorilla press slam
Tatsumi Fujinami pinned WWF International Champion Gino Brito with a suplex at 11:34 to win the title; prior to the bout, WWF President Hisashi Shinma was introduced to the crowd
Salvatore Bellomo pinned Swede Hanson at 3:26 with a roll up after Hanson hit the corner; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Hanson to the ring
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Buddy Rose via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at 20:24 after reversing an attempt at a back suplex; prior to the bout, Backlund was escorted to the ring by Arnold Skaaland while Rose was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard, Sherri Martel, & ? (Legends of Wrestling: Hulk Hogan and Bob Backlund)
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Penny Mitchell at 4:49 after the challenger missed a crossbody from the middle turnbuckle
Andre the Giant, Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated Blackjack Mulligan, WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Fuji pinned Jay at 8:16 with a karate chop to the throat; fall #2: Jay pinned Fuji at 3:26 with a forearm blow; fall #3: Jules pinned Saito at 2:21 after releasing a sleeper hold; after the bout, Andre applied a claw on Mulligan for several minutes while wearing a black glove similar to Mulligan's

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 4, 1982 (22,101)
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Pete Sanchez at 9:23
SD Jones defeated Mac Rivera at 5:41
Salvatore Bellomo defeated Johnny Rodz at 9:54
Ivan Putski defeated Swede Hanson at 10:43
Tony Garea & Curt Hennig defeated the Black Demon (Charlie Fulton) & the White Angel at 13:36
Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Saito & Mr. Fuji in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 8:58, 2-1; fall #1: Jules pinned Fuji at 5:22; fall #2: Fuji pinned Jules at 1:09; fall #3: Fuji & Saito were disqualified at 2:27
Andre the Giant defeated Bob Orton Jr. at 9:26
Buddy Rose fought WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Superstar Billy Graham defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via disqualification at 15:10

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 22, 1982
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - featured Vince McMahon & Gorilla Monsoon on commentary:
Curt Hennig fought Eddie Gilbert to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 14:22 as Hennig had Gilbert covered following an elbow drop; prior to and after the bout, the two shook hands (Gilbert's MSG debut) (The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect)
SD Jones defeated Swede Hanson via disqualification at 9:20 after hanging Jones upside down in the corner and refusing to break for the referee; prior to the match, Nigerian promoter Power Mike was introduced to the crowd
WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tiger Mask pinned Jose Estrada at 9:42
Little Beaver & Sonny Boy Hayes defeated Sky Low Low & Butch Cassidy in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Beaver pinned Low Low at 4:43 after a press slam; fall #2: Beaver pinned Cassidy at 3:44 after a slingshot into Low Low
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund fought Superstar Billy Graham to a double disqualification at 10:14 when referee Danny Davis threw the match out after being knocked down by the participants, with both men brawling their way backstage moments thereafter; prior to the bout, Graham was accompanied to the ring by the Grand Wizard and Backlund by Arnold Skaaland (20 Years Too Soon: The Superstar Billy Graham Story)
Salvatore Bellomo defeated Mr. Fuji via disqualification at 7:11 when Fuji continued to assault Bellomo as Fuji was on the ring apron, despite the referee's order to break
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales pinned Buddy Rose at 11:29 with a sunset flip into the ring as Rose charged the champion
Jimmy Snuka (w/ Buddy Rogers) defeated Capt. Lou Albano at 5:59 when referee Gilberto Roman stopped the match, deeming Albano was too bloody to continue; after the match, Snuka hit the top rope splash onto Albano
Ray Stevens (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Chief Jay Strongbow at 1:02 with a piledriver; after the match, Strongbow was taken backstage on a stretcher
WWF Tag Team Champion Jules Strongbow pinned Charlie Fulton at 4:36 after several tomahawk chops
Rocky Johnson & Tony Garea defeated Riki Choshu & Mr. Saito in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 9:13, 2-1; fall #1: Garea pinned Saito at 4:33 with an abdominal stretch into a roll up; fall #2: Saito pinned Garea with a back suplex at 2:13; fall #3: Johnson pinned Choshu following two dropkicks at 2:32

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 28, 1982
Televised via closed circuit - featured Vince McMahon & Gorilla Monsoon on commentary:
Wendi Richter & Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Elizabeth Chase & Princess Victoria when Moolah pinned Victoria at 9:11
Tony Garea defeated Johnny Rodz at 9:04
Salvatore Bellomo defeated Jose Estrada at 8:46
Buddy Rose defeated Ivan Putski via count-out at 8:33
Rocky Johnson defeated the Black Demon at 5:13
SD Jones fought Eddie Gilbert to a 20-minute time limit draw
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/14/86: WWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito in a Texas Death Match at 8:47 when Jules pinned Saito following a double elbowsmash
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales fought Don Muraco to a double disqualification at 14:25 after both men struck the referee; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Muraco to the ring; after the contest, both men continued to brawl in and out of the ring until Muraco left ringside (History of the Intercontinental Championship)
All American Wrestling - 9/4/83: Jimmy Snuka defeated Ray Stevens via count-out at 6:50 after Snuka threw Stevens into the corner, with Stevens then falling out to the floor and not being able to meet the referee's 10-count; after the bout, Snuka again knocked Stevens to the floor (Best of Confidential Vol. 1)
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Superstar Billy Graham via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing in a lumberjack match at 12:33; Swede Hansen was the special referee for the match; prior to the match, Graham was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard; after the bout, Graham argued the decision with Hanson with the two men eventually coming to blows and Swede eventually clearing the ring of Graham; lumberjacks for the match included Mr. Fuji, Buddy Rose, Mr. Saito, Jules Strongbow, Salvatore Bellomo, the Black Demon, Johnny Rodz, Tony Garea, Chief Jay Strongbow, Eddie Gilbert, Rocky Johnson, and Jose Estrada

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 22, 1983
Televised on the MSG Network and the USA Network - featured Vince McMahon & Gorilla Monsoon on commentary:
Johnny Rodz pinned Pete Sanchez at 8:42 with a small package
SD Jones pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna with a headbutt at 6:36
Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) pinned Swede Hanson after hitting him in the throat with a foreign object hidden in his boot at 3:29
Championship Wrestling - 1/29/83; All American Wrestling - 10/2/83: Don Muraco pinned WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales to win the title at 11:34 when the champion's injured knee gave out as he attempted a slam, with Morales falling on top for the pin (Morales' first pinfall loss at MSG in 18 years) (Best of the WWF Vol. 2, History of the Intercontinental Title)
The Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Tony Garea & Eddie Gilbert at 9:23 when Sika pinned Garea after Afa connected with a flying axe handle to the back as Garea had Sika in an abdominal stretch
Ray Stevens pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Jules Strongbow with a piledriver at 7:51
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Big John Studd (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 7:17 by backdropping out of an overhead backbreaker after kicking off the top turnbuckle and landing on top for the win, despite the replay showing Studd may have lifted his shoulder before the 3-count; before the bell rang, Studd reapplied the hold, giving some the impression Backlund had submitted
Curt Hennig pinned Mac Rivera with a missile dropkick at 8:29
All American Wrestling - 10/16/83: Jimmy Snuka (w/ Buddy Rogers) pinned Buddy Rose (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 15:26 with the splash off the top
Salvatore Bellomo pinned Charlie Fulton with a high crossbody at 3:33
Rocky Johnson pinned Mr. Fuji with a small package at 6:28 as Fuji attempted a bodyslam

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 18, 1983
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon & Gorilla Monsoon on commentary:
Jose Estrada pinned Curt Hennig at 13:25
Johnny Rodz pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 4:59
Mr. Fuji pinned Tony Garea at 8:26
Big John Studd defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Jules Strongbow via submission at 2:40
Ray Stevens pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Chief Jay Strongbow at 9:26
WWF IC Champion Don Muraco (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) via disqualification when Backlund shoved the referee down after Muraco reached the ropes as the champion had the Crossface Chicken Wing was applied; after the bout, Backlund attacked Muraco as the IC Champion was being interviewed backstage
Rocky Johnson defeated Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) via count-out at 3:46 when Graham walked out of the match after sustaining three dropkicks from Johnson
All American Wrestling - 10/2/83: Andre the Giant & Jimmy Snuka defeated the Wild Samoans at 12:51 when Snuka pinned Sika with a splash off Andre's shoulders following a boot to the face by Andre; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escored the Samoans to the ring while Buddy Rogers escorted Snuka & Andre (Andre the Giant VHS, Andre the Giant DVD)
Eddie Gilbert pinned Charlie Fulton at 9:20
Salvatore Bellomo pinned Swede Hanson at 4:51
Pedro Morales pinned Buddy Rose at 11:36

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 20, 1983 (matinee) (26,109 including a sold out Felt Forum)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon on commentary:
Mac Rivera defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 8:46
Tony Garea defeated Johnny Rodz at 10:09
SD Jones defeated Jose Estrada at 4:14
All American Wrestling - 10/16/83: Sonny Boy Hayes & Pancho Boy defeated Tiger Jackson & Butch Cassidy at 7:40 when Sonny pinned Cassidy after Jackson accidentally dropkicked his partner when Sonny moved out of the way
Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) pinned Jules Strongbow following a karate thrust to the throat at 9:42
Salvatore Bellomo fought Ray Stevens to a double count-out at 9:28 when both men began fighting on the ring apron
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned WWF IC Champion Don Muraco in a Texas Death Match at 19:51 with a back suplex into a bridge
Andre the Giant, Rocky Johnson, & Jimmy Snuka defeated Big John Studd, WWF Tag Team Champion Afa, & Capt. Lou Albano (sub. for Sika) in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match at 9:36, 3-0; fall #1: the heels were disqualified at 6:43; fall #2: Snuka pinned Afa at 1:38 with a splash off the top; fall #3: Andre pinned Albano with a sit-down splash at 1:15

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 25, 1983
Included Gorilla Monsoon & Pat Patterson on commentary:
Salvatore Bellomo defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 9:43
Mr. Fuji pinned SD Jones at 11:34 with a belly to belly suplex as Jones ran off the ropes
Iron Mike Sharpe defeated Johnny Rodz at 9:31
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/20/86: Ray Stevens pinned Tony Garea at 10:17 when the momentum of a crossbody by Garea put Stevens on top; after the bout, Garea cleared Stevens from the ring
Rocky Johnson defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco via count-out at 14:20
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated Ivan Koloff via submission at 28:36 with the Crossface Chickenwing
Jimmy Snuka pinned Superstar Billy Graham at 3:28 (Graham's last match at MSG for 4 years)
Pedro Morales pinned Swede Hanson at 4:39
Eddie Gilbert defeated Jose Estrada at 5:58
Samula (sub. for Sika) & WWF Tag Team Champion Afa defeated Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1 at 11:55; fall #1: Jay pinned Samula at 4:40; fall #2: Afa pinned Jay at 4:07; fall #3: Afa pinned Jules at 3:08
Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd via count-out at 8:22 when Studd left ringside after narrowly avoiding a bodyslam from Andre (WWE Hall of Fame 2004)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 23, 1983
Televised live on the MSG Network and USA Network - included Gorilla Monsoon on commentary; featured a look at Sgt. Slaughter recently attacking WWF World Champion Bob Backlund on TV; included backstage comments from Backlund about his upcoming title defense against Slaughter; featured backstage comments from Buddy Rogers and Jimmy Snuka about Snuka's upcoming match against Samoan #1, with Capt. Lou Albano; the scheduled Ray Stevens vs. Eddie Gilbert was canceled:
Don Kernodle pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna with a sunset flip at 10:57 (Kernodle's MSG debut)
Mac Rivera pinned Pete Doherty at 10:39 with a running splash
Ivan Koloff (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Jules Strongbow at 11:23 with a knee off the top to the back
Salvatore Bellomo pinned Swede Hanson at 10:28 by falling on top of him after Hanson, with Bellomo on his shoulders, rammed himself into the corner to try to shake Bellomo off him; after the match, Bellomo raised Hanson's hand before Hanson left the ring
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a double disqualification at 6:48 when the referee lost control as Strongbow tried to remove Sharpe's forearm brace while Sharpe was caught in the ring ropes; after the contest, Sharpe escaped to the floor and went backstage to keep Strongbow from taking off the brace
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated Sgt. Slaughter (w/ the Grand Wizard) via disqualification at 16:53 when Slaughter hit the champion with his riding crop, handed to him by the Grand Wizard, as he was caught in the Crossface Chicken Wing; after the bout, Slaughter shoved referee Dick Kroll to the floor before Backlund sent Slaughter to the floor after a backdrop (The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship)
Dusty Rhodes pinned Samula (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) with a crossbody at 9:10; after the bout, Gorilla Monsoon conducted an interview with Rhodes on the ring apron (Rhodes' MSG return after 18 months)
Susan Starr pinned Leilani Kai at 6:04 when Starr fell on top as Kai attempted a tilt-a-whirl slam
Jimmy Snuka (w/ Buddy Rogers) pinned Samoan #1 (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 3:02 with the splash off the top; after the bout, Samoan #1 was taken backstage on a stretcher
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Princess Victoria at 5:27 when the champion avoided a reverse crossbody off the middle turnbuckle
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/20/86: Rocky Johnson fought WWF IC Champion Don Muraco to curfew draw as Muraco was trapped in a sleeper; the crowd believed Johnson had won the title due to the nature of the finish; the USA Network broadcast ended with the champion in the sleeper and the bell ringing

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 17, 1983
Iron Mike Sharpe pinned SD Jones at 10:39
Swede Hanson defeated Butcher Vachon at 8:33
Salvatore Bellomo defeated Mr. Fuji via disqualification at 11:30
Ivan Koloff (sub. for Iron Mike Sharpe) pinned Tony Garea at 11:41
George Steele defeated Chief Jay Strongbow at 7:13 when the match was stopped due to blood
Ivan Putski, Jimmy Snuka, & Rocky Johnson defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco & the Wild Samoans in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd at 8:21 following a bodyslam
Sgt. Slaughter defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via count-out at 19:46

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 30, 1983 (27,000 including a sold out Felt Forum)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon on commentary:
Tony Garea fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a 15-minute time limit draw at around the 12-minute mark; the time-limit expired as Garea had Sharpe trapped in an abdominal stretch
Ivan Koloff pinned SD Jones at 5:31 by reversing Jones' slam attempt into a cradle
The Invaders defeated Jeff Craney & Frank Rodriguez at 11:27
Big John Studd defeated Salvatore Bellomo via submission at 5:09 with an overhead backbreaker
WWF IC Champion Don Muraco (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) fought Jimmy Snuka (w/ Buddy Rogers) to a double disqualification at 12:29; after the match, several wrestlers - including the Invaders, Don Kernodle, Jeff Craney, and Gypsy Rodriguez - attempted to pull the two bloody wrestlers apart but they continued to brawl down the aisle and backstage
Andre the Giant, Dusty Rhodes, & Ivan Putski defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans & Samula at 12:46 when Andre pinned Samula with a sit-down splash
All American Wrestling - 10/9/83: Sgt. Slaughter (w/ the Grand Wizard) defeated Swede Hanson via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 9:44
George Steele defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) via disqualification at 10:52 after referee Dick Kroll came to and saw Backlund assault the challenger with Steele's own foreign object
Rocky Johnson pinned Don Kernodle at 6:15
Tito Santana pinned Mr. Fuji at 5:39 with a crossbody

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 27, 1983
Ivan Koloff fought Salvatore Bellomo to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Butcher Vachon at 3:46
Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Swede Hanson at 10:06
Tiger Chung Lee pinned Tony Garea at 11:24
WWF IC Champion Don Muraco defeated Jimmy Snuka via count-out at 15:19
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated George Steele at the 39-second mark
Invader #2 pinned Don Kernodle at 12:47
Andre the Giant, Rocky Johnson, Ivan Putski, & Tito Santana defeated Big John Studd, Sgt. Slaughter, WWF Tag Team Champion Sika, & Samula in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match, 3-1 at 12:47

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 17, 1983
Televised on the MSG Network and on the USA Network on 11/16/83 - included Gorilla Monsoon & Pat Patterson on commentary; Mick Foley, Tommy Dreamer, and Bubba Ray Dudley were in attendance for the event; featured Vince McMahon conducting a backstage interview with WWF IC Champion Don Muraco regarding his title defense later in the night against Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match:
Tony Garea pinned Rene Goulet at 12:33
All American Wrestling - 10/23/83: Tiger Chung Lee (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned SD Jones at 8:41 with an enzuiguri
Sgt. Slaughter defeated Ivan Putski via disqualification at 10:29
All American Wrestling - 10/30/83: Tito Santana fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a 20-minute time limit draw
The Masked Superstar defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via count-out at 15:13 following a corkscrew neckbreaker on the floor
Mike Graham pinned Bob Bradley at 4:53
WWF IC Champion Don Muraco defeated Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match at 6:46 when a flying headbutt from Snuka sent Muraco tumbling out the door; after the bout, Snuka scaled the cage and hit a splash off the top onto the prone champion, 15 feet below; the challenger and champion were escorted to ringside by Buddy Rogers and Capt. Lou Albano, respectively, but the managers returned backstage before the match began (The WWF's Most Unusual Matches, Inside the Steel Cage, Bloodbath: Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches, History of the Intercontinental Championship)
Rocky Johnson pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Sika at 1:46
The Invaders defeated Israel Matia & Butcher Vachon at 6:58
Andre the Giant pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Afa at 1:07

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 21, 1983
Salvatore Bellomo defeated Butcher Vachon
Tito Santana defeated Don Kernodle
WWF IC Champion Don Muraco pinned Iron Mike Sharpe (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) with a cradle; the champion played the babyface for the bout
The Invaders defeated Mr. Fuji & Rene Goulet
WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans defeated Rocky Johnson & SD Jones; the Samoans were recognized as champions since their loss had not yet aired
The Iron Sheik defeated Tony Garea
Tony Atlas defeated Big John Studd
Jimmy Snuka fought Sgt. Slaughter to a 20-minute time-limit draw when the bell rang as Snuka was caught in the Cobra Clutch
Pat Patterson defeated Ivan Koloff via count-out
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned the Masked Superstar at 17:21 with an inside cradle after avoiding the neckbreaker

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 26, 1983 (24,592 which included several thousand in Felt Forum)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Pat Patterson on commentary; featured Lord Alfred Hayes conducting backstage interviews throughout the night (Hayes' debut)
Jose Luis Rivera pinned Rene Goulet at 10:05 with a botched head scissors into a roll up
Salvatore Bellomo fought Tiger Chung Lee to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Jimmy Snuka & Arnold Skaaland (sub. for Buddy Rogers) defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco & Capt. Lou Albano at 10:07 when Snuka pinned Muraco with a crossbody off the top (The WWF's Most Unusual Matches)
Sgt. Slaughter pinned Chief Jay Strongbow at 7:42 with a clothesline
The Masked Superstar fought Ivan Putski to a double disqualification at 7:00 after Putski shoved referee Dick Kroll while trying to take off Superstar's mask
All American Wrestling - 1/8/84: The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) at 11:50 to win the title when Skaaland threw in the towel as Backlund was trapped in the Camel Clutch; moments prior to the finish, Backlund attempted his roll up into a bridge but was unable to keep it applied due to his injured neck (The WWF's Greatest Matches, History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship, The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s)
Afa, Sika, & Samula defeated SD Jones, WWF Tag Team Champions Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 20:15; fall #1: both teams were disqualified, awarding each team a fall; fall #2: Afa pinned Jones after a headbutt
All American Wrestling - 2/12/84: Tito Santana pinned Ivan Koloff at 15:46 with an elbow drop off the top (Koloff's last appearance)
The Invaders defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Butcher Vachon at 4:45

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 23, 1984 (26,292 which included 4,000 at Felt Forum)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Pat Patterson on commentary; a young Chris Kanyon was in attendance; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with the new WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan regarding his title win, during which Andre the Giant appeared to celebrate and poured champagne over Hogan's head, with Ivan Putski and WWF Tag Team Champion Rocky Johnson appearing moments later; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Hogan's parents Ruth and Pete about Hogan's title win:
Tony Garea pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 6:46 by reversing a crossbody into a cover
The Invaders fought Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 20:23
The Masked Superstar pinned Chief Jay Strongbow at 7:26 with a clothesline
Sgt. Slaughter defeated Ivan Putski via count-out at 11:29 when Putski knocked Slaughter back in the ring as both men were brawling on the floor; after the bout, Putski continued to attack Slaughter, not realizing the match was over
Paul Orndorff (w/ Roddy Piper) pinned Salvatore Bellomo with a powerslam and the piledriver at 14:06 (Orndorff's MSG debut) (Piper's MSG return after nearly a 5-year absence) (The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s)
WWF IC Champion Don Muraco (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) fought Tito Santana to a double disqualification at 16:03 when both men continually ignored the referee's instructions
The Haiti Kid & Tiger Jackson defeated Dana Carpenter & Pancho Boy in a Best 2 out of 3 falls bout, 2-0; fall #1: Jackson pinned Pancho with a sunset flip at 5:18; fall #2: Haiti pinned Carpenter at 1:35, with the referee seemingly not realizing it was the finish as he hesitated during the pinfall
Hulk Hogan (sub. for Bob Backlund) pinned WWF World Champion the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 5:40 with the legdrop to win the title after ramming the champion back-first against the turnbuckle to escape the Camel Clutch; during his entrance, Hogan was seen walking past Vince McMahon in the backstage hallway; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed the new champion backstage in which he was congratulated by Andre the Giant, Rocky Johnson, and Ivan Putski (Hogan's return to MSG after a nearly 3-year absense) (Hulkamania, History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship, Best of the WWF: Hulkamania, The Hulkster Hulk Hogan, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship, Hulk Still Rules, The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s, Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology)
Jimmy Snuka pinned Rene Goulet (sub. for Iron Mike Sharpe) at 3:54 with a crossbody off the top
Andre the Giant, WWF Tag Team Champions Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas defeated Afa, Sika, & Samula when Andre pinned Samula at 5:29 with a boot to the face and sit-down splash

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 20, 1984 (26,092 which included 4,000 at Felt Forum)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Pat Patterson on commentary:
Jose Rivera pinned Charlie Fulton
Iron Mike Sharpe pinned B. Brian Blair at 9:35 by putting his foot on the ropes for leverage (Blair's MSG debut)
Afa (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) pinned Tony Garea at 11:37 with a chop to the throat and headbutt
The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Eddie Gilbert via submission with the Camel Clutch at 5:48
Roddy Piper & David Schultz defeated the Invaders at 11:17 when Piper pinned Invader #2 after Schultz hit an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle behind the referee's back (Schultz' MSG debut)
WWF IC Champion Tito Santana defeated Don Muraco via count-out at 17:20 after Muraco had his head trapped in the ring ropes after Santana hit the champion with a flying forearm
Andre the Giant pinned the Masked Superstar with a boot to the face and splash at 7:46; after the bout, Andre attempted to unmask Superstar but he was able to escape the ring (Bill Eadie's last MSG appearance for 3 years) (Andre the Giant VHS, Andre the Giant DVD)
All American Wrestling - 3/11/84: WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff via count-out at 12:24 after Hogan threw Orndorff over the top rope to the floor
TNT - 7/17/84: Jimmy Snuka pinned Samula at 9:32 with a crossbody off the top (Wrestling's Highest Flyers)
Ivan Putski, WWF Tag Team Champions Rocky Johnson, & Tony Atlas defeated Sgt. Slaughter, Mr. Fuji, & Tiger Chung Lee at 6:20 when Putski pinned Fuji with the Polish Hammer after Fuji began yelling at Slaughter; after the bout, Slaughter shook the hands of his opponents and waved an American flag handed to him by someone in the crowd

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 25, 1984 (matinee) (26,092 which included 4,000 at Felt Forum)
This show was not televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Pat Patterson on commentary:
Championship Wrestling - 4/21/84: SD Jones pinned Rene Goulet with a headbutt at 9:23
B. Brian Blair defeated Charlie Fulton at 9:30
All American Wrestling - 4/22/84: WWF International Championship Tournament Finals: Akira Maeda defeated Pierre Lefebrve via submission at 4:55 with the abdominal stretch; prior to the bout WWF President Hisashi Shima was introduced to the crowd who then presented Maeda with the belt after the match
The Iron Sheik defeated Ivan Putski at 7:04
Championship Wrestling - 4/21/84: Sgt. Slaughter defeated Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee in a handicap match at 4:18 when Lee submitted to the Cobra Clutch
Roddy Piper & David Schultz defeated Andre the Giant & Jimmy Snuka via disqualification at 12:20; the match was turned into a handicap match at around the 8-minute mark when Andre was helped backstage by police officers after Piper busted his head open using a foreign object; Snuka argued that the match should continue as a handicap match and Piper & Schultz agreed; the match ended when Andre, his head heavily bandaged, returned to the ring and helped Snuka in assaulting the opposition and eventually clearing them from the ring; since the bout turned into a handicap match, Andre’s actions were considered outside interference (Rowdy Roddy Piper's Greatest Hits)
WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson fought the Wild Samoans to a double disqualification at 10:02
WWF IC Champion Tito Santana fought Paul Orndorff to a 20-minute time limit draw
Bob Backlund fought Greg Valentine to a double count-out at 15:00

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 23, 1984 (22,091)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Pat Patterson on commentary; included backstage comments from WWF IC Champion Tito Santana on facing JJ Dillon later in the show; featured Kal Rudman conducting a backstage interview with Santana regarding his win over Dillon; included backstage comments from Greg Valentine and Capt. Lou Albano on Valentine facing Bob Backlund later in the show:
Tiger Chung Lee pinned the Tonga Kid at 8:02 with an elbow drop after dropping Kid throat-first across the top rope
Rene Goulet pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 7:36 with a claw hold
WWF IC Champion Tito Santana pinned JJ Dillon (sub. for Afa) at 7:46 with a dropkick and the flying forearm (Dillon's MSG debut)
The Iron Sheik defeated Sgt. Slaughter via disqualification at 8:31 when, after Slaughter hit the Slaughter Cannon, Slaughter took off his boot and repeatedly hit Sheik with the weapon until Sheik was knocked to the floor; prior to the bout, Terry Daniels, carrying the American flag, escorted Slaughter to the ring; after the bout, Kal Rudman attempted to conduct a backstage interview with Sheik until Slaughter jumped the Sheik from behind, with other wrestlers then appearing to break up the fight (Legends of Wrestling Collection, Legends of Wrestling: Ric Flair and Sgt. Slaughter)
Salvatore Bellomo pinned Ron Shaw (sub. for the Masked Superstar) at 7:53 with a crossbody
Roddy Piper, Paul Orndorff, & David Schultz defeated Ivan Putski, Rocky Johnson, & Tony Atlas at 5:40 after Piper hit Putski with brass knuckles as he attempted to suplex Piper
B. Brian Blair defeated Samula via referee's decision after the 20-minute time-limit had expired
Women's Tag Team Champions Princess Victoria & Velvet McIntyre defeated Peggy Lee & Wendi Richter when McIntyre pinned Lee after avoiding a splash from the middle turnbuckle
Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Greg Valentine (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at around the 26-minute mark with a roll up into a bridge; after the match, Valentine knocked down referee Dick Kroll and put Backlund in the figure-4 until Skaaland forced Valentine to break the hold

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 21, 1984 (25,000 including several thousand at Felt Forum)
This card was not broadcast on the MSG Network; featured Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary; the trademark pull-down MSG microphone was not used for the card:
Akira Maeda defeated Rene Goulet at 9:47
Wrestling at the Chase - 5/27/84: Jesse Ventura defeated Salvatore Bellomo via submission with the backbreaker at 4:31; after the bout, Ventura said he wanted WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan and referred to him as a chump and paper champion; Pat Patterson did guest commentary for the bout, replacing Okerlund (Ventura's MSG return after a 2-year absence)
WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Wendi Richter via disqualification at 12:20 when the challenger shoved the referee; after the bout, Kal Rudman interviewed Moolah backstage
Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee defeated B. Brian Blair & Tony Garea at 18:04
The Wild Samoans defeated Bobo Brazil (sub. for Tony Atlas), Rocky Johnson, & SD Jones at 12:00
Jimmy Snuka defeated Greg Valentine via disqualification at 10:05
TNT - 6/12/84: Roddy Piper defeated Ivan Putski via disqualification at 4:07 after Putski hit the referee as both men were brawling in the ring
Paul Orndorff defeated WWF IC Champion Tito Santana via count-out at 22:26 after Santana fell to the floor after missing the flying forearm and Orndorff pulling down the top rope; after the bout, Santana was placed on a stretcher and attacked by Orndorff after it was announced the title could not change hands via count-out
Sgt. Slaughter fought the Iron Sheik to a double disqualification at 14:47 after both men shoved referee Danny Davis; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Sheik to ringside; after the bout, Slaughter continued to try to take Sheik’s boot off, and shoved off Rene Goulet, Tony Garea, and B. Brian Blair before doing so; moments later, Goulet helped Sheik regain possession of the boot before both men left ringside; moments later, Slaughter grabbed the microphone and said he would never wrestle in NYC again unless he got to wrestle the Iron Sheik; Slaughter then led the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance (The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s)
Superstars of Wrestling - 6/23/84: George Steele defeated Terry Daniels via submission with the flying hammerlock
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned David Schultz at 5:46 with a clothesline and the legdrop

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 16, 1984 (26,092 including several thousand at Felt Forum)
Televised on the MSG Network and USA Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary:
Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Tony Garea at 4:49 with a belly to belly suplex as Garea came off the ropes
George Steele (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jose Luis Rivera via submission with the flying hammerlock at 2:24; prior to the match, the bell was rung and a moment of silence was held in memory of Vincent J. McMahon; after the bout, Steele attacked his opponent with a foreign object
Championship Wrestling - 6/23/84: WWF Tag Team Champions Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis fought the Wild Samoans to a draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 19:51; fall #1: Adonis pinned Afa at 13:02 with a splash following a double elbow drop; after the fall, Capt. Lou Albano came ringside and went to the corner of the champions; fall #2: Afa pinned Murdoch with the Samoan Drop at 15:34; after the fall, Albano went to the corner of the challengers and offered to shake their hands but the Samoans didn't know what to do and Albano left ringside; fall #3: both teams were disqualified when all four men began brawling in the ring and Sika hit the referee; prior to the bout, Albano was introduced to the crowd but left ringside before either team appeared (The Life & Times of Capt. Lou Albano)
Jesse Ventura defeated SD Jones via submission with the overhead backbreaker
Greg Valentine defeated WWF IC Champion Tito Santana via count-out; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel acknowledged Santana's mother who was in attendance
Andre the Giant pinned David Schultz with a boot to the face and a sit-down splash at around the 7-minute mark
Mad Dog Vachon pinned Steve Lombardi at 3:18 with a piledriver; after the bout, Vachon hit a kneedrop from the top onto Lombardi, then threw him to the floor and hit him with a chair
Paul Orndorff pinned Salvatore Bellomo with the piledriver at 9:01
Bob Orton Jr. pinned Chief Jay Strongbow with a Vader Bomb at 9:46
Sgt. Slaughter pinned the Iron Sheik in a Bootcamp Match at 16:02 after hitting him with Sheik's own boot; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Sheik to ringside; following Slaughter's entrance, Terry Daniels marched at ringside in his USMC uniform with the American flag as "The Halls of Montazmuma" played

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 23, 1984 (15,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter, Cyndi Lauper, Kal Rudman, and David Wolfe regarding the victory over the Fabulous Moolah; moments later, Sgt. Slaughter walked in to congratulate Richter and Lauper on the win, then picking Lauper up in celebration; WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan then walked in, calling Wendi the Marilyn Monroe of wrestling; Capt. Lou Albano then interrupted but was punched in the face by Hogan and then left; moments later, Hogan said Wendi had to replace the photo of Moolah on the belt with a photo of her own:
Sika pinned Ron Shaw at 5:12 with a diving headbutt
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 7/28/84: The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Tony Garea at 5:35 with a back suplex
All American Wrestling - 8/12/84: WWF IC Champion Tito Santana fought Bob Orton to a 20-minute time-limit draw; after the bout, both men continued brawling until the referee was able to pull them apart
Bob Backlund defeated Butcher Vachon via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at 2:40
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Greg Valentine at 10:33 with the legdrop; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Valentine to ringside
WWF Martial Arts Champion Antonio Inoki pinned Charlie Fulton at 4:10 with an enziguri kick
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 7/28/84: WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch defeated Sgt. Slaughter & Terry Daniels at 16:52 when Adonis pinned Daniels following a kneedrop off the top by Murdoch as Adonis held Daniels over his knee while the referee was distracted; after the bout, Slaughter cleared the champions out of the ring
The Brawl to End it All - aired live on MTV (9.0): Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper) pinned WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the title at 11:20 after lifting her right shoulder out of a bridged roll up; David Wolfe did guest commentary for the bout; after the bout, Moolah & Albano attacked the referee after hearing the decision (Best of the WWF Vol. 1, WrestleMania 26 Collector's Edition)
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 7/28/84: Paul Orndorff pinned Chief Jay Strongbow at 6:05 with a clothesline; Gorilla Monsoon provided solo commentary for this and the final two bouts after Gene Okerlund went backstage to conduct several interviews
Afa pinned Rene Goulet at 5:26 with a Samoan Drop
WWF Martial Arts Champion Antonio Inoki won a 20-man battle royal at 13:23 by last eliminating Rene Goulet; other participants included: Sika, Jose Luis Rivera, Butcher Vachon, Tony Garea, Chief Jay Strongbow, Afa, Steve Lombardi, Bob Orton Jr., Charlie Fulton, Ron Shaw, Terry Daniels, the Iron Sheik, WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch, WWF IC Champion Tito Santana, Paul Orndorff, Sgt. Slaughter, and Samula; order of elimination: Lombardi by Slaughter (0:59); Orndorff by Afa & Santana (2:16); Strongbow by Shaw (2:38); Sheik by ? (not shown on camera) (3:56); Vachon by Santana (4:17); Fulton by Slaughter & Daniels (7:48); Adonis by Slaughter after ducking a charge (9:38); Murdoch by Afa & Sika (9:44); Slaughter by Afa & Sika by falling off the apron when Murdoch was eliminated (9:45); Afa by ? (not shown on camera) (10:06); Santana by Inoki (10:42); Sika by ? (not shown on camera) (10:52); Rivera by Shaw with a backdrop (11:04); Daniels by Goulet (11:13); Samula by Inoki after ducking a charge (11:26); Orton by Inoki with an enziguri (12:11); Garea by Shaw & Goulet (12:36); Shaw by Goulet when Inoki moved out of the way (13:17) (The WWF's Most Unusual Matches)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 25, 1984
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Championship Wrestling - 9/8/84: Kamala (w/ Freddie Blassie & Friday) pinned Chief Jay Strongbow at 2:50 with a splash to the back
Championship Wrestling - 9/8/84: B. Brian Blair fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a double count-out at 13:02
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/13/85: Rick McGraw (sub. for Don Muraco) fought Salvatore Bellomo to a time-limit draw at 18:07
TNT - 10/16/84: WWF Tag Team Champions Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis defeated the Wild Samoans via disqualification at the 12-minute mark when the challengers began shoving guest referee Capt. Lou Albano after Albano stopped Afa's cover on Murdoch and went to tell Sika he had to hold onto the tag rope; after the bout, Albano cheap shoted Afa, who was held by the champions, until Sika cleared the ring
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 9/8/84: Ken Patera defeated Pat Patterson via submission with the full nelson at 9:04 (Patera's MSG return after a near 4-year absence)
Jesse Ventura defeated Ivan Putski via count-out at 11:40 after hitting Putski with a foreign object as both men fought on the apron
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 9/8/84: Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, & Buddy Roberts (w/ David Wolff) defeated Butcher Vachon, Ron Shaw, & Pete Doherty at 8:58 in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Gordy pinned Vachon at 5:39 with a crossbody; fall #2: Roberts pinned Doherty with an elbow drop
Championship Wrestling - 9/29/84: Roddy Piper defeated Jimmy Snuka via count-out at 7:05 when Snuka was dropped across the top rope while attempting a crossbody off the top, then falling to the floor and hitting his back against the apron; after the bout, Piper hit Snuka three times in the back of the neck with a folded steel chair; moments later, Snuka was placed on a stretcher and taken backstage (Best of the WWF Vol. 1)
Terry Daniels pinned Fred Marzino (sub. for Rene Goulet) at 3:55 with a reverse roll up; only a small portion of the bout was shown, with the focus being Jimmy Snuka being attended to backstage
WWF IC Champion Tito Santana pinned Greg Valentine with a crossbody; immediately after the match, Valentine put the champion in the figure-4 (History of the Intercontinental Title)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 22, 1984 (19,000)
Televised on the MSG and USA networks - included Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/16/85: Brutus Beefcake pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 9:56 with a powerslam after catching Bellomo in a crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel announced Jesse Ventura was hospitalized in San Diego and wouldn't be able to face WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan later in the show but Hogan had agreed to face Big John Studd in Ventura's absence (Beefcake's MSG debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/16/85: Nikolai Volkoff pinned Chief Jay Strongbow at 6:48 with an elbow drop after ramming Strongbow into the corner as he had the sleeper applied
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 9/29/84: David Schultz pinned SD Jones with a dropkick at 6:35
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 9/29/84: Greg Valentine defeated Jose Luis Rivera via submission with the figure-4 at 7:19; after the bout, Valentine reapplied the hold
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/16/85: Big John Studd (sub. for Jesse Ventura) (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at 11:09 when Heenan helped shove the challenger back inside the ring after Studd and Hogan began brawling on the floor; after the bout, Studd & Heenan left ringside with the world title belt (Heenan's surprise debut) (Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology)
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 9/29/84: Ken Patera defeated Rick McGraw via submission with the full nelson at 7:40
Sgt. Slaughter & the Wild Samoans defeated Capt. Lou Albano, WWF Tag Team Champions Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis at 20:16 when Slaughter pinned Murdoch after slamming him off the top rope when Albano walked out of the match; after the bout, Murdoch had an altercation with Gorilla Monsoon outside the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/16/85: B. Brian Blair defeated Iron Mike Sharpe via disqualification at 19:46 after Sharpe hit the referee; after the match, Sharpe continued to attack Blair until Blair cleared him from the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/22/86: Kamala (w/ Friday) pinned Pat Patterson with a splash at 5:21

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 22, 1984 (20,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary:
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 11/4/84: David Schultz pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 4:02 with a suplex
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 11/4/84: Afa fought WWF Tag Team Champion Dick Murdoch to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:15; after the bout, Afa cleared Murdoch from the ring after Murdoch challenged Afa to 5 more minutes
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/1/85: Mad Dog Vachon pinned Rick McGraw at 7:24 with a piledriver (WrestleMania 26 Collector's Edition)
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 11/4/84: David Sammartino pinned Moondog Spot at 12:23 after reversing a powerslam attempt into a small package; after the bout, Spot attacked Sammartino but David grabbed Spot's bone away with Spot quickly leaving ringside
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/1/85: WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Tito Santana via disqualification at 5:52 when Santana threw the referee across the ring
Ken Patera pinned Rocky Johnson at 13:08 with a reverse roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/1/85: Sika defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Adrian Adonis via disqualification at 9:29 when Adonis accidentally hit the referee after putting a foreign object on his hand
Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Sgt. Slaughter via count-out at 15:40 when Slaughter applied the Cobra Clutch while standing on the ring apron
TNT - 10/30/84: Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) pinned Tony Garea at 5:20 with a running kneelift
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/1/85: WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 7:38 with a lariat; after the bout, Studd backed out of Hogan's challenge to attempt to bodyslam Studd for $15,000; pre-match stipulations stated that Hogan could lose the title via count-out

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 26, 1984 (22,090)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/8/85: SD Jones pinned Charlie Fulton (sub. for Samula) at 10:40 with a headbutt
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/8/85: Moondog Spot pinned Jose Luis Rivera (sub. for Billy Jack) at 9:16 with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 12/9/84: Bobby Heenan pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 8:56 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and punching Bellomo in the face (Best of the WWF Vol. 14, Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan)
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 12/9/84: Angelo Mosca defeated Mr. Fuji via disqualification at 8:01 when Fuji threw salt into Mosca's eyes as Fuji was caught in the sleeper (Mosca's MSG return after more than 3 years; his final MSG appearance)
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 12/9/84: Bob Orton Jr. pinned Swede Hanson at 8:51 with a reverse splash off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/8/85: Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) fought the Tonga Kid (w/ Jimmy Snuka) to a double disqualification at 7:03 when both Snuka and Orton interfered; after the bout, Snuka and Tonga cleared the ring
TNT - 12/18/84: Barry Windham pinned Moondog Rex at 12:11 with the bulldog (Windham's MSG debut)
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 12/9/84: Tony Atlas pinned the Executioner at 1:48 with a gorilla press slam and splash
David Schultz pinned Rocky Johnson at 9:25 after reversing a powerslam attempt into a cradle
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/8/85: David Sammartino (w/ Bruno Sammartino) defeated Ken Patera (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) via disqualification at 12:24 when Albano tripped David from the outside; after the bout, Bruno chased Albano in and out of the ring (Bruno's MSG return after a 4-year absence)
Georgia Championship Wrestling - 12/9/84: Tito Santana fought WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine to a curfew draw at 22:23; after the bout, Santana had to be held back from further attacking the champion (History of the Intercontinental Title)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 28, 1984 (26,092, including several thousand at Felt Forum; sell out for both the arena and Forum)
It was backstage during this event that ABC '20/20' reporter John Stossel was assaulted by David Schultz during an interview in which Stossel asked Schultz if wrestling was fake; as a result of the incident, Stossel filed suit against both the WWF and Schultz
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary; originally announced to appear were Paul Orndorff, Rocky Johnson, Angelo Mosca, and a match between Nikolai Volkoff and Tony Garea; featured Cyndi Lauper being presented an award by the WWF for her contributions over the past year, with Cyndi then giving the WWF a gold platinum record, accepted by WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan and WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter; moments later, Lauper introduced Capt. Lou Albano and presented him with a record as well for his helping Lauper raise over $4 milliong for multiple sclerosis; eventually, Roddy Piper and Bob Orton Jr. came ringside, with Piper smashing the record over Albano's head, pushing Lauper down, and then bodyslamming David Wolff; Piper then went backstage when Hogan returned to the ring:
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/85: Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) pinned SD Jones at 13:22 with a running kneelift
Salvatore Bellamo pinned Johnny Rodz at 5:36 with a reverse crossbody off the middle turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel introduced Bellomo's parents who were sitting in the crowd
Japanese TV - 1/4/85; Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/85: World Martial Arts Champion Antonio Inoki pinned David Schultz at 5:16 with an enzuiguri (Schultz and Inoki's last MSG appearance)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/85: The Junkyard Dog pinned Paul Kelly at 3:05 with the powerslam (JYD's MSG debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/85; Japanese TV - 1/4/85: The Cobra pinned the Black Tiger to win the vacant WWF Jr. Heavyweight Title at 12:29 with a tombstone and senton bomb off the top; after the bout, the Black Tiger attacked the Cobra after Cobra offered to shake hands; moments later, the Cobra retaliated by hitting Tiger with a steel chair (Best of the WWF Vol. 1)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/85: Jimmy Snuka & the Tonga Kid fought Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. to a double disqualification at 14:58 when all four men began brawling in the ring and Snuka shoved the referee to the mat; after the bout, Snuka & Tonga cleared the ring of the opposition (Rowdy Roddy Piper's Greatest Hits)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/85: Mike Rotundo pinned Rene Goulet at 10:38 with an airplane spin
WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch fought Jack & Jerry Brisco to a double count-out at 26:46 when all four men began brawling on the floor; after the match, the challengers put Adonis & Murdoch in simultaneous figure-4 leglocks
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/85: Barry Windham pinned Mr. Fuji at the 19-second mark with a bulldog
Japanese TV - 1/4/85; Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/85: WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 3:31 with a powerslam and the legdrop (WWE's Top 50 Superstars of All Time)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 21, 1985 (16,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/22/86: Moondog Rex pinned Terry Gibbs with a reverse neckbreaker at 10:14; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel announced that the Junkyard Dog would be Jimmy Snuka's partner later in the show, substituting for the Tonga Kid
All American Wrestling - 2/24/85: Bret Hart defeated Rene Goulet via submission with a sleeper at 14:32 (Hart's MSG debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/5/85: Jim Neidhart pinned Tony Garea with a powerslam at 12:05 (Neidhart's MSG debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/5/85: Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Swede Hanson at 10:54 with the tombstone; prior to the bout, Pedro Morales was introduced to the crowd
Blackjack Mulligan pinned Moondog Spot at 6:40 with a small package; Rita Marie made her debut as referee for the bout and was billed as the first ever female referee
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/5/85: Andre the Giant defeated Ken Patera (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification when Heenan came off the top onto Andre, hitting him with a pair of brass knuckles and causing the referee to be knocked down; moments later, Patera came off the top onto Andre, with Andre lifting his boot into Patera's face before sending both men out of the ring (Andre the Giant VHS, Andre the Giant DVD)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/5/85: Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned George Wells at 7:19 with a backbreaker; the referee made an obvious fast count to end the match
Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. defeated Jimmy Snuka & the Junkyard Dog (sub. for the Tonga Kid) in a Texas Tornado Match at 8:45 when Orton pinned JYD after Piper tripped JYD from the apron (The WWF's Most Unusual Matches)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/5/85: The Spoiler pinned Rick McGraw at 8:59 with a butterfly spulex
Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine via count-out at 20:21 when a flying forearm from the challenger sent Valentine out of the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 18, 1985 (26,092 including several thousand at Felt Forum; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/19/85: Rick McGraw fought Moondog Spot to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 14:32 as McGraw had Spot covered with a superplex
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/19/85: Johnny Rodz pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 11:14 with a diving headbutt after Rivera missed a back elbow drop from the middle rope
All American Wrestling - 3/17/85: Hillbilly Jim defeated Rene Goulet via submission with a bearhug at 7:29; after the bout, Goulet had a verbal confrontation with Mr. T, who was sitting in the front row, until T jumped the guard rail and scared Goulet backstage (Hillbilly's MSG debut) (Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Smallest, Wrestling's Country Boys)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/5/85: Leilani Kai (w/ the Fabulous Moolah) pinned WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper & David Wolff) with a roll up to win the title at 11:49 after Moolah hit the champion with a forearm to the face as Richter was trying to help Lauper on the floor after she was attacked by Moolah; after the bout, Richter and Lauper scared Moolah and Kai from the ring (The Best of the WWF Vol. 5)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/19/85: David Sammartino pinned Moondog Rex at 12:27 with a powerslam
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/19/85: Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Swede Hanson at 5:48 after picking Hanson up and dropping him to the mat
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/19/85: Jimmy Snuka pinned Bob Orton Jr. at 9:59 with a sunset flip into the ring after punching Orton’s injured left arm; moments prior to the finish, Orton seriously injured the arm after a missed charge resulted in Orton hitting the steel ring post (The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/19/85: Paul Orndorff pinned Tony Atlas at 6:08 with a German suplex into a bridge
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/19/85: WWF Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated the Spoiler & the Assassin at the 36-second mark when Windham pinned the Assassin with a bulldog
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/19/85: Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 2:41 with the tombstone
The War to Settle the Score - aired live on MTV (9.1): WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Cyndi Lauper) defeated Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) via disqualification at 7:40 after Paul Orndorff, who came ringside midway through the contest, joined Piper in attacking the champion after the referee was knocked out; moments later, as Piper and Orndorff prepared to knock Cyndi Lauper off the ring apron, Mr. T - who was sitting ringside for the event - came out of his seat and into the ring where he and Hogan faced off against Piper and Orndorff until officials and police swarmed the ring; prior to the bout, Piper came to the ring wearing a Hulk Hogan t-shirt and smashed a guitar in the ring to show what he thought of rock n roll; Orton wore a sling on his arm as a result of his match against Jimmy Snuka earlier in the show; after the match, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T, Albano, and Lauper; Bob Costas introduced the participants prior to the contest; later in the broadcast, Gene Okerlund conducted several interviews with MTV's Alan Hunter, Hogan, David Wolff, Cyndi Lauper, Mr. T, Albano, Andy Warhol, Billy Squire, Danny DeVito, and Piper (Rowdy Roddy Piper's Greatest Hits, The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s, Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology, Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story, The Top 25 WWE Rivalries)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 17, 1985 (18,700) (matinee)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary; included Mr. T as a guest of Piper's Pit, with Bob Orton Jr., Paul Orndorff, WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, and Jimmy Snuka all present for the segment:
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/85: Rocky Johnson pinned Charlie Fulton at 3:51 with a sunset flip
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/85: Barry O pinned Rene Goulet at 8:50 with a small package
All American Wrestling - 4/7/85: Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned SD Jones at 6:52 with a powerslam
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/85: King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 2:30 with the Avalanche and an elbow drop
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/85: The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated George Wells & Bret Hart at 8:45 when Sheik pinned Wells with an elbow drop after a kick to the face
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/85: David Sammartino pinned Matt Borne at 8:36 by reversing a powerslam into a cradle
Andre the Giant, Jimmy Snuka, & the Junkyard Dog (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Big John Studd, Jesse Ventura, & Ken Patera at 11:55 when Snuka pinned Patera with the top rope splash after a boot to the face from Andre (Best of the WWF Vol. 9)
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/85: Ricky Steamboat pinned Terry Gibbs at 4:36 with a crossbody off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/85: WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tito Santana at 10:22 in a lumberjack match after both men collided and the champion fell on top for the win; lumberjacks included King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, the Junkyard Dog, Barry O, Matt Borne, Ricky Steamboat, Jimmy Snuka, Rocky Johnson, Charlie Fulton, and Terry Gibbs (The WWF's Most Unusual Matches, The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s, History of the Intercontinental Championship)

WrestleMania - New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 31, 1985 (19,121)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included Gene Okerlund singing the National Anthem; Tommy Dreamer and Nunzio were both in attendance; featured Lord Alfred Hayes introducing the matches from backstage; included pre-taped backstage interviews by Okerlund with both Tito Santana and the Executioner, said to be undefeated, regarding their match on the card; featured Okerlund conducting pre-taped interviews with SD Jones and King Kong Bundy, with Jimmy Hart, regarding their match later in the show; included Okerlund conducting pre-taped backstage interviews with Matt Borne and Ricky Steamboat regarding their match later in the show; featured Okerlund conducting pre-taped backstage interviews with David & Bruno Sammartino and Brutus Beefcake & Johnny V regarding their match later in the show; featured Okerlund conducting pre-taped backstage interviews with WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine, with Hart, and the Junkyard Dog regarding their match later in the show; included Okerlund conducting pre-taped backstage interviews with Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik, with Freddie Blassie, and WWF Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo, with Capt. Lou Albano, regarding their match later in the show; featured Okerlund conducting backstage interviews with Big John Studd, with Bobby Heenan, about his bodyslam match later in the show against Andre the Giant; included Okerlund conducting backstage interviews with Cyndi Lauper and Wendi Richter and WWF Women's Champion Leilani Kai and the Fabulous Moolah regarding the women's title match later in the show:
Tito Santana defeated the Executioner (Buddy Rose) via submission with the figure-4 at 4:49 after the flying forearm (Rose's last appearance for 5 years)
King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned SD Jones at the 24-second mark with the Avalanche and a splash; the announced time of the match was 9 seconds (Grand Slams)
Ricky Steamboat pinned Matt Borne with the crossbody off the top at 4:38
David Sammartino (w/ Bruno Sammartino) fought Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) to a double disqualification at 11:44 when Johnny slammed David on the floor, with Bruno then chasing Johnny into the ring and all four men then brawling until Johnny and Beefcake were cleared from the ring (Best of the WWF Vol. 3)
The Junkyard Dog defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at 6:55; Valentine originally won the match with both feet on the ropes for leverage at 6:00 but Tito Santana came out and told referee Dick Kroll what happened, with Kroll then continuing the match after Valentine had left the ring, with Valentine refusing to get back inside (Legends of Wrestling Collection, Legends of Wrestling: Jerry Lawler and the Junkyard Dog)
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/16/85: Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 6:56 when Volkoff pinned Windham after Sheik hit Windham in the back with Blassie's cane; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Blassie and the new champions (Tag Team Champions, Legends of Wrestling: Andre the Giant and the Iron Sheik, Allied Powers)
Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a bodyslam match at 5:53; pre-match stipulations stated Andre would win $15,000 if he was able to slam Studd and would retire if he couldn't do it within the time-limit; after the bout, Andre began throwing the money into the crowd until Heenan grabbed the money bag and ran backstage; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Andre regarding his win (Andre the Giant VHS, Andre the Giant DVD)
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/23/85: Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper) pinned WWF Women's Champion Leilani Kai (w/ the Fabulous Moolah) to win the title at 6:14 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Kai put Richter on top for the win; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Richter and Lauper, with David Wolfe (Amazing Managers)
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Mr. T (w/ Jimmy Snuka) defeated Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) at 13:33 when Hogan pinned Orndorff after Orton accidentally knocked Orndorff out with a double axe handle off the top, using his arm cast, while refereee Pat Patterson was distracted; Billy Martin served as guest ring announcer for the match; prior to the bout, guest timekeeper Liberace danced in the ring with the Rockettes; Muhammed Ali served as the outside official while Patterson was the referee inside; former boxer Jose Torres was shown in the crowd during the introductions; Piper's team was escorted to the ring by a bagpipe band performing "Scotland the Brave;" after the bout, Piper and Orton left ringside, leaving Orndorff to be helped to his feet by Mr. T; a dazed Orndorff faced off with Hogan and T before eventually leaving the ring himself; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Hogan, T, and Snuka; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Grudge Matches, Best of the WWF: WrestleMania, Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology, Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story, The True Story of WrestleMania)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 22, 1985 (18,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary; featured Okerlund conducting backstage interviews with King Kong Bundy & Jimmy Hart and the Junkyard Dog & Tito Santana prior to their matches:
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/14/85: WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion the Cobra pinned Barry O at 13:20 with a hurricanrana
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/13/85: Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Matt Borne at 11:25 with a German suplex into a bridge
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/7/85: King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Swede Hanson with an elbow drop following the Avalanche in the corner at 4:27
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/14/85: Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Rene Goulet & Johnny Rodz (sub. for Buddy Rose) at 8:16 when Dynamite pinned Rodz with a diving headbutt off Goulet's back, who was held in a fireman's carry by Smith (Best of the WWF Vol. 3)
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/14/85: Ricky Steamboat pinned Moondog Spot at 7:24 with a flying bodypress
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/14/85: Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at 13:35 after ramming Hogan into the ring apron when Hogan became distracted by Fuji
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/14/85: Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 14:16 with a roll up after Sheik missed a running kneelift into the corner
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/14/85: Barry Windham (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) via disqualification at 12:11 when the Iron Sheik interfered; after the bout, Mike Rotundo made the save
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/18/86: Tito Santana & the Junkyard Dog defeated Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) & WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 16:03 when Santana pinned Valentine with the flying forearm

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 20, 1985 (15,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary for the first 4 bouts, with Lord Alfred Hayes replacing Okerlund for the remainder of the card; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interviews with Bobby Heenan & the Missing Link, Jesse Ventura, Brutus Beefcake & Johnny V, and Bruno & David Sammartino prior to their matches:
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/11/85: Rocky Johnson pinned Rene Goulet at 10:19 with a reverse roll up (Johnson's last MSG appearance)
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/11/85: Jim Neidhart pinned Ivan Putski at 6:04 after reversing a powerslam attempt from the apron into a small package and grabbing the tights for leverage
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/11/85: Pedro Morales defeated Terry Gibbs via submission at 12:15 with the Boston Crab
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 6:12 when the challenger threw salt into Hogan's eyes after it was handed to him by Fuji; the bell originally sounded at 5:42 when Hogan scored the 3-count after hitting the legdrop but the referee had the contest continue when he noticed Muraco's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover after Fuji put it there (Grudge Matches)
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/11/85: Bret Hart pinned Rick McGraw at 8:31 with a fistdrop after sending McGraw into the top turnbuckle
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/11/85: Ken Patera (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Atlas at 10:50 with a forearm off the top after Atlas was distracted by Heenan on the ring apron (Patera's last MSG appearance for 2 years)
Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) via count-out at 11:21 when the challengers were able to get back in the ring before the 10-count after a brawl with the champions on the floor; prior to the bout, Dr. Jerry Graham was introduced to the crowd
All American Wrestling - 6/2/85: The Missing Link (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned SD Jones at 1:55 with a diving headbutt off the top; prior to the bout, Heenan cut an in-ring promo saying his man would be the one to beat Hulk Hogan (Link's debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/11/85: Jesse Ventura pinned Tony Garea at 10:31 with an elbow drop after causing Garea to hit the corner face-first (Best of the WWF Vol. 19)
Bruno & David Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated Brutus Beefcake & Johnny V when David pinned Johnny V with an inside cradle at 9:07; after the bout, Bruno was double-teamed by Beefcake & Johnny V (Bruno's first match at MSG in 4 and a half years) (Best of the WWF Vol. 3)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 21, 1985 (19,800)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/9/85: Lanny Poffo pinned Terry Gibbs at 6:34 with a moonsault (Poffo's MSG debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/9/85: Tony Atlas pinned Matt Borne at 7:02 with a press slam / splash combo
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/13/85: The Missing Link (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 1:42 with a headbutt off the middle turnbuckle
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/9/85: Jim Brunzell pinned Moondog Spot with a dropkick at 12:22 (Brunzell's MSG debut)
All American Wrestling - 7/7/85: Randy Savage pinned Rick McGraw at 12:51 with the flying elbowdrop; after the bout, Savage threw McGraw to the floor (Savage's MSG debut) (Macho Madness: The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/13/85: Adrian Adonis (sub. for Ken Patera), Big John Studd, & Bobby Heenan defeated George Steele, WWF Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo via disqualification at 9:59 when Steele hit referee Dick Kroll with a chair after chasing Heenan around ringside with it (Best of the WWF Vol. 3)
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/9/85: Desiree Peterson pinned Judy Martin with a roll up into a bridge at 16:05
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/9/85: King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Garea at 6:17 following the Avalanche (Best of the WWF Vol. 3, Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Smallest)
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/9/85: Ricky Steamboat defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at 14:20 when the champion was unable to get back into the ring after an enzuiguri from the challenger knocked him to the floor; after the bout, Steamboat cleared both Valentine and Hart from the ring (Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat)
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/13/85: B. Brian Blair defeated Barry O via submission with a sleeper at 8:13
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) in a steel cage match at 9:05 by escaping through the door moments after the challenger's head became entangled in the ring ropes (The Hulkster Hulk Hogan)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 13, 1985 (15,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary; featured Monsoon conducting backstage interviews with Roddy Piper, Brutus Beefcake & Johnny V, and Paul Orndorff prior to their matches:
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/30/85: Ivan Putski pinned Moondog Spot at 12:58 with the Polish Hammer
The Missing Link (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Rick McGraw at 2:25 with a diving headbutt from the middle ropes
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/13/85: Pedro Morales pinned Rene Goulet at 12:56 with a small package
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/30/85: Adrian Adonis (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jose Luis Rivera via submission with a Japanese sleeper hold
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/30/85: The Junkyard Dog defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 14:40 when Orton came off the top with his arm cast; after the bout, Orton attempted to attack JYD a second time with the cast but he left the ring after JYD avoided the attack
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/30/85: Terry Funk defeated Lanny Poffo via submission at 13:02 with a sleeper hold; prior to the bout, Funk chased ring attendant Mel Phillips away from ringside after refusing to give him his ring gear and cowboy hat; after the bout, Funk branded Poffo (Best of the WWF Vol. 6)
Paul Orndorff defeated Roddy Piper via disqualification at 8:43 when Bob Orton Jr. interfered, pushed Orndorff off the top, and assaulted him with his arm cast; after the bout, Orndorff was bloodied and sustained a double suplex; moments later, Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid made the save and, after a brief brawl with Piper & Orton, were able to clear the ring (Best of the WWF Vol. 4)
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/30/85: The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Swede Hanson at 2:24 with an elbow drop after kicking him in the face with a loaded boot
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/30/85: George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) fought Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) to a double count-out at 4:18 after Steele left the ring to confront Blassie on the floor, after Blassie assaulted Albano with his cane, which led to a brawl with Steele & Albano against Volkoff & Blassie (Amazing Managers)
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/13/85: Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) pinned George Wells at 7:26 with a running kneelift after Wells was distracted by Johnny V
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/30/85: Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid fought Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a curfew draw at 13:12 (Best of the WWF Vol. 3, The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 10, 1985 (22,091)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/10/85: Paul Roma pinned Charlie Fulton at 10:45 with a sunset fip into the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/10/85: Lanny Poffo fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/10/85: The Missing Link (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Garea at 4:09 with a headbutt from the middle rope
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/7/86: Pedro Morales pinned Barry O at 5:02 with a backbreaker; after the bout, Barry attacked Morales but was quickly sent to the floor
Uncle Elmer (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 2:40 when Bobby Heenan interfered as Elmer attempted a bodyslam; after the match, Elmer and Hillbilly Jim chased Studd and Heenan out of the ring (Wrestling's Country Boys)
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/10/85: Tony Atlas pinned Les Thornton at 11:32 with a press slam and splash
Andre the Giant & Paul Orndorff defeated Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. at 8:25 when Orndorff pinned Orton after Andre kicked Orton in the face as he attempted a dive from the middle turnbuckle
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/10/85: Randy Savage pinned Jose Luis Rivera (sub. for George Wells who had an eye injury) at 16:14 with the flying elbowsmash
WWF Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) at 24:02 when Windham pinned Valentine with a sunset flip as Valentine attempted to put the figure-4 on Rotundo

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 23, 1985 (18,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse Ventura on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/29/85: Scott McGhee pinned Les Thornton with a reverse roll up into a bridge at 18:20
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/29/85: Adrian Adonis (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Rick McGraw at 10:06 with the DDT (McGraw's last MSG appearance)
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/29/85: Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Paul Roma at 6:57 after twice hitting the flying elbowsmash; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel introduced Otto Wanz to the crowd, introduced as the European Heavyweight Champion
Andre the Giant (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 13:50 when Big John Studd interfered, wearing street clothes, after Andre hit a sit-down splash onto Bundy; following the bout, Andre was double-teamed until he escaped the ring and grabbed a chair, forcing Studd, Bundy, Hart, and Bobby Heenan away from ringside (Best of the WWF Vol. 4, Legends of Wrestling: Andre the Giant and the Iron Sheik)
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/29/85: Bob Orton Jr. pinned SD Jones (sub. for George Wells) at 12:07 with a reverse splash off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/29/85: Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 18:31 when Dynamite pinned Bret after after a diving headbutt off the top behind the referee's back as Hart had Smith covered; after the bout, the Harts attacked Dynamite with Jimmy Hart's megaphone (Best of the WWF Vol. 7, Allied Powers)
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/29/85: The Missing Link pinned Lanny Poffo at 5:59 with a diving headbutt from the middle turnbuckle (Link's last MSG appearance)
Ricky Steamboat defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 12:45 when Fuji threw salt into Steamboat's eyes as he prepared to come off the top; after the bout, Muraco attacked Steamboat with Fuji's cane
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/29/85: Cpl. Kirchner pinned Moondog Spot at 2:45 with a Samoan Drop
The Junkyard Dog pinned Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 3:34 with a small package; after the bout, Funk attacked JYD with his branding iron and branded him with it (Most Embarrassing Moments)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 21, 1985 (19,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included Bruno Sammartino as a guest of Piper's Pit in which Sammartino demanded Bob Orton Jr. leave the ring so that Piper could conduct the interview one-on-one; moments later, after receiving a number of insults from Piper, Sammartino shoved him down and was then assaulted by a chair; Sammartino eventually chased Piper away with the chair; prior to Sammartino's appearance, Piper had future WWF referee Tim White and a woman named Stephanie, both from New York, on as guests; Stephanie was forced to leave after saying Paul Orndorff was her favorite wrestler and White was forced to leave after saying Hulk Hogan was his; Sammartino appearing on Piper's Pit was later reshown during Prime Time Wrestling on 11/5/85; featured Gene Okerlund hosting a segment in which Vince McMahon was presented with an outstanding achievement award for the success of WrestleMania; during the segment, it was announced that the video of WrestleMania had gone platinum; Arnold Skaaland, Jim Troy, & George Scott, and the British Bulldogs were present for the presentation:
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/5/85: Steve Gatorwolf pinned Terry Gibbs (sub. for the Masked Superstar) at 7:17 with a double tomahawk chop to the chest
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/5/85: Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned SD Jones at 6:51 with the DDT
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/5/85: Mike Rotundo & Tony Atlas (sub. for Barry Windham) defeated Barry O & Iron Mike Sharpe at 16:45 when Rotundo pinned Barry following the airplane spin; after the bout, Atlas fought off Barry O and threw him onto Jesse Ventura at ringside, leading to a heated verbal confrontation between Barry O and Ventura to set up their match the following month
King Tonga pinned Ron Shaw at 9:25 with a side kick to the face
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/5/85: Pedro Morales pinned Rene Goulet with an inside cradle at 14:03
Andre the Giant & Hillbilly Jim (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) fought Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a double disqualification at 14:08 when all four men began brawling in the ring as Albano and Heenan fought on the floor; after the bout, Andre, Jim, and Albano cleared the opposition from the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/5/85: Paul Orndorff pinned the Spoiler at 12:35 with a clothesline in a $50,000 bounty match; had the Spoiler been able to put Orndorff out of action, he would have won the bounty put on Orndorff's head by Bobby Heenan; prior to the bout, the Crush Girls - Chigusa Nagoya & Lioness Asuka - were introduced to the crowd as the Japanese Women's Tag Team Champions
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/5/85: Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 6:46 when Smith dropkicked Volkoff from the top rope, as Volkoff prepared to slam Dynamite, with Dynamite landing on top for the win (The British Bulldogs)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 25, 1985 (16,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse Ventura on commentary:
All American Wrestling - 12/8/85: Dan Spivey pinned Terry Gibbs with a bulldog at 10:10 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)
King Tonga pinned Mr. X at 8:48 with a diving headbutt
All American Wrestling - 12/15/85: Jesse Ventura defeated Barry O via submission with the backbreaker at 10:21
Hercules pinned Cousin Junior with a reverse roll up at 11:33 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)
Spider Lady pinned WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter to win the title at 6:38 with a small package even though the champion clearly kicked out before 3; after the bout, Richter continued attacking the challenger and pulled her mask off to reveal her as the Fabulous Moolah, not realizing the match had ended and - once she did - she refused to give up the championship belt; the finish, which Richter was unaware, came as a result of contract disputes with the champion; moments later, Richter whipped Moolah out of the ring with the title belt (Richter's last appearance in the WWF) (The Best of the WWF Vol. 5, The Women of the WWF)
WWF IC Champion Tito Santana & Pedro Morales defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake via disqualification at 15:17 when Santana was double-teamed by the champions as Morales fought with Johnny V on the floor
Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification at 16:37 when the referee saw Steamboat use Mr. Fuji’s cane as a weapon, moments after Muraco used it as the referee was knocked out; after the bout, Steamboat broke the cane over Muraco's head before then jabbing him in the head with one of the ends, with Muraco then sliding out to the floor; moments later, Muraco climbed back in the ring and the two men continued to brawl for several minutes, with Steamboat dominating; both men bled from the head during the bout (The Best of the WWF Vol. 5)
Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Mr. Wrestling II at 13:54 after Wrestling II ran into Funk's knee in the corner; prior to the bout, Funk & Hart chased ring announcer Mel Phillips inside and around the ring until he ran backstage; after the bout, Wrestling II chased Funk out of the ring with a steel chair after Funk failed twice to brand his opponent
Andre the Giant, Hillbilly Jim, & Capt. Lou Albano defeated Big John Studd, King King Bundy, & Bobby Heenan at 12:18 when Andre pinned Heenan following a boot to the face (The Life & Times of Capt. Lou Albano)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 30, 1985 (20,225; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
SD Jones pinned Ron Shaw with an inside cradle at 18:36
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/14/86: Jim Neidhart fought B. Brian Blair to a 15-minute time-limit draw; Capt. Lou Albano was introduced prior to the bout as Blair's advisor / manager
All American Wrestling - 1/12/86: Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Jose Luis Rivera via submission with a backbreaker at 9:51
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/20/86: Adrian Adonis pinned Lanny Poffo with a bulldog at 9:02
Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at 9:55 after Savage jumped from the top rope to the floor, hitting Hogan in the head with the world title belt and then waking the referee up so that he could make the count; after the bout, Savage put the title belt around his waist and left ringside with it until Hogan attacked Savage in the aisle, brought him back into the ring, reclaimed his title belt, and beat up Savage until the challenger was able to escape the ring and run backstage (Best of the WWF Vol. 6, Macho Madness: The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)
Big John Studd pinned Tony Atlas with an elbow drop at 12:15 after avoiding a crossbody attempt
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/20/86: The Haiti Kid pinned Butch Cassidy at 10:32 with a reverse roll up (Best of the WWF Vol. 6)
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/30/86: Jim Brunzell pinned Bret Hart at 13:55 with a backslide; after the bout, Hart attacked Brunzell and threw him to the floor
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/20/86: WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) defeated Uncle Elmer & Hillbilly Jim at 4:29 when Beefcake pinned Elmer after Valentine came off the top with a double axehandle as Elmer had Beefcake caught in a bearhug, with Beefcake then falling on top for the win (WWF's Greatest Matches)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 27, 1986 (20,225; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse Ventura on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/17/86: Danny Spivey pinned Rene Goulet with a bulldog at 12:50
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/17/86: Iron Mike Sharpe fought George Wells to a time-limit draw at 18:37; the bell rang as both men were fighting on the floor
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/17/86: Ted Arcidi defeated Tiger Chung Lee via submission with a bearhug at 4:05
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/30/86: Paul Orndorff defeated Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 5:26 when Heenan interfered as Orndorff attempted to bodyslam Studd; after the bout, Orndorff cleared Heenan from the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/17/86: Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Scott McGhee at 9:44 after blocking a top rope attack by lifting his knees; after the bout, Funk branded McGhee
Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out after Hogan hit the steel ring post shoulder-first at 8:33 when Elizabeth kept blocking Hogan from ramming Savage into the post; after the bout, Hogan put the challenger in a bearhug until officials and other wrestlers broke it up (Best of the WWF Vol. 7, Macho Man Randy Savage & Elizabeth)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/17/86: Pedro Morales pinned Moondog Spot with a reverse roll up at 7:38; prior to the bout, Jesse Ventura interviewed Jack Lanza at ringside, introducing him as a new WWF executive
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/30/86: Sivi Afi pinned Ron Shaw at 6:27 with a flying bodypress; Afi was billed as 'Superfly Afi' for the bout
Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Junkyard Dog via disqualification at 3:20 after JYD pushed the referee and hit Adonis with Hart's megaphone
George Steele defeated Barry O via submission with the flying hammerlock at 1:18
WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 7:46 when Beefcake pinned Dynamite after Johnny V reversed Dynamite's pin attempt, putting Beefcake on top for the win

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 17, 1986 (20,225; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Lanny Poffo pinned Rene Goulet at 12:42 with a moonsault
King Tonga pinned Les Thornton at 9:18 with a diving headbutt off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/3/86: Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) fought B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell to a time-limit draw at 18:48 as Brunzell covered Hart following a dropkick (Best of the WWF Vol. 8, The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/3/86: King Kong Bundy pinned George Wells (sub. for Cousin Luke) with the Avalanche and a splash at 3:17; after the bout, Wells was helped from the ring by several officials after he refused to be taken backstage on a stretcher
Ricky Steamboat (w/ King Tonga) pinned Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) in a martial arts match at 12:47 after Tonga reversed Muraco's small package as Fuji tended to the referee who had been knocked out moments earlier; prior to the match, Steamboat went backstage and came back with Tonga after Fuji refused to leave ringside; after the bout, Muraco attacked Tonga and dropped him with the tombstone
Tony Atlas pinned Barry O following a gorilla press slam and splash at 4:27; prior to the match, Stu Hart - who was celebrating his 76th birthday - was introduced to the crowd; Hart shook hands with Howard Finkel and both wrestlers before leaving the ring
Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) via disqualification at 4:04 after Steele used Hart's megaphone as a weapon
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/30/86: The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Cpl. Kirchner & Dan Spivey at 9:41 when Sheik pinned Kirchner with a boot to the sternum
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/3/86: Ted Arcidi defeated Terry Gibbs via submission with a bearhug at 2:37 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned WWF IC Champion Randy Savage in a lumberjack match at 7:36 after George Steele tripped Savage, allowing Hogan to hit the legdrop for the win; other lumberjacks included: Lanny Poffo, Danny Spivey, Ricky Steamboat, King Tonga, Tony Atlas, the Iron Sheik, Nikolai Volkoff, Cpl. Kirchner, Les Thornton, Barry O, King Kong Bundy, Don Muraco, Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart; Hogan's ribs were heavily taped for the match following the attack he sustained on Saturday Night's Main Event from Bundy (Macho Man Randy Savage & Elizabeth)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 16, 1986 (matinee) (20,225; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse Ventura on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/24/86: Sivi Afi pinned Moondog Spot at 7:07 with a flying bodypress
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/30/86: Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned George Wells at 4:11 after Wells missed a running shoulderblock in the corner
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/24/86: Dump Matsumoto & Bull Nakano defeated Linda Gonzalez & Velvet McIntyre when Matsumoto pinned Gonzalez at 10:02 with a diving headbutt
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/30/86: Pedro Morales defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 9:19 after Orton hit a suplex from the apron so that Morales landed crotch-first across the top rope
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/24/86: Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned King Tonga at 8:05 after using Fuji's cane behind the referee's back who was distracted by Fuji on the apron
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/24/86: Lioness Asuka & Chigusa Nagoya defeated Leilani Kai & Penny Mitchell at 7:05 when Nagoya pinned Mitchell with a flying bodypress off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/30/86: King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Hillbilly Jim at 6:03 with a splash following the Avalanche
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/24/86: Ricky Steamboat pinned Mr. Fuji at 6:09 with a flying crossbody
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/24/86: Jake Roberts pinned Lanny Poffo with the DDT at 6:49; after the bout, Roberts laid Damien on top of Poffo (Roberts' MSG debut) (Jake "The Snake" Roberts: Pick Your Poison)
Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) via disqualification at 9:28 when the champion grabbed the referee and threw him into Santana as the challenger had the figure-4 applied (Macho Man Randy Savage & Elizabeth)
The Haiti Kid pinned Dana Carpenter at 6:51 with a dropkick to the back following an airplane spin
Davey Boy Smith, the Dynamite Kid, & Capt. Lou Albano defeated Johnny V, WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine at 13:09 when Dynamite pinned Beefcake, the illegal man, with a roll up as Beefcake pounded away at Albano in the corner (The British Bulldogs)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 22, 1986 (15,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon, Ernie Ladd, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/28/86: Lanny Poffo pinned Rene Goulet at 13:16 with a somersault splash
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/28/86: Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Tony Garea at 6:54 by lifting him up with a gorilla press and dropping him across his knee
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/28/86: King Tonga pinned Paul Christy at 5:57 with a diving headbutt off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/28/86: Sivi Afi defeated Iron Mike Sharpe via count-out at 13:51 after both men began fighting on the floor; after the bout, Afi was attacked by Sharpe but eventually cleared the ring of his opponent
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/4/86: WWF Tag Team Champion the Dynamite Kid pinned Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) at 11:18 by blocking a suplex into the ring and reversing it into a roll up; after the bout, Beefcake tied Dynamite upside down in the corner and pounded away at him until Davey Boy Smith made the save (The British Bulldogs)
WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Tito Santana in a No DQ match at 18:52 with a roll over and using the tights for leverage; late in the bout, Savage knocked out the referee with a punch; after the contest, Santana cleared Savage from the ring (Macho Man Randy Savage & Elizabeth)
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/11/86: Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith at 9:12 following an axe handle from the middle turnbuckle to the back of the head (The British Bulldogs)
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/28/86: Cpl. Kirchner defeated the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie & Nikolai Volkoff) via disqualification at 4:56 when Volkoff attacked Kirchner with Blassie's cane on the floor; after the bout, Volkoff & Sheik continued to attack Kirchner in the ring but Kirchner eventually chased them off with a steel chair (Villains of the Squared Circle)
Pedro Morales pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 3:10
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/28/86: Jake Roberts pinned Scott McGhee with the DDT at 4:07 after Roberts held onto the ropes to avoid a roll up; after the bout, Roberts draped Damien over McGee's body (Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Villains of the Squared Circle)
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Hillbilly Jim defeated Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification when Heenan interfered at around the 12-minute mark and kicked Hogan as Hogan had Studd covered following the legdrop; after the bout, Hogan threw Heenan in the corner just as Bundy was about to hit the Avalanche on Jim, with Bundy hitting Heenan instead (Hulkamania 2)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 19, 1986
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/26/86: Lanny Poffo pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 11:15 with a hurricanrana
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/26/86: Bret Hart pinned SD Jones at 10:15 with a backbreaker
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/26/86: Hercules (W/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Sivi Afi at 13:07 when the momentum of a crossbody by Afi put Hercules on top for the win
Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Cpl. Kirchner at 11:30 after holding his knees up when Kirchner charged at him in the corner, and holding the top rope for leverage; after the bout, Kirchner cleared Volkoff from the ring
Tito Santana fought WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) to a no contest at 13:25 when Adrian Adonis interfered and attacked guest referee Bruno Sammartino before attacking the challenger; moments later, Sammartino attacked Adonis until Savage and Adonis double teamed Sammartino; eventually, Santana made the save with a steel chair (Macho Man Randy Savage & Elizabeth)
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/26/86: King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Atlas at 8:04 with an elbow drop after blocking an attempted splash
Jake Roberts fought Ricky Steamboat to a double disqualification at 7:36 after both wrestlers shoved the referee; after the bout Bret Hart, Tiger Chung Lee, & Paul Christy came out and held back Steamboat, with Jake then able to attack Steamboat; Sivi Afi, SD Jones, & Lanny Poffo then tried to also hold back Roberts, with Roberts and Steamboat eventually brawling back to the locker room (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/26/86: Dan Spivey pinned Paul Christy at 3:11 with a bulldog; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel introduced Van Halen lead singer Sammy Hagar to the crowd
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/4/87: Jim Neidhart fought Jim Brunzell to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) at 11:54 when Dynamite pinned Valentine with a roll up after Valentine was celebrating thinking he had pinned Dynamite, but the referee called off the pin after he noticed Johnny V was holding down Dynamite's legs

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 14, 1986 (13,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary; originally scheduled was Jimmy Jack & Dory Funk Jr. vs. SD Jones & George Wells which was changed into two singles matches, with Tony Garea replacing Jones:
All American Wrestling - 6/29/86: Jimmy Jack Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Garea with a powerslam at 10:06 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/23/86: Pedro Morales defeated the Iron Sheik via disqualification at 11:16 when Sheik pushed referee Dick Kroll as Morales was trapped in the ropes; after the bout, Morales cleared Sheik from the ring after hitting him in the head with the microphone
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/23/86: Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey defeated the Moondogs at 11:37 when Rotundo pinned Rex following an airplane spin
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/23/86: Nikolai Volkoff defeated George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) via disqualification at 6:21 after Albano handed Steele a steel chair, who then used it on his opponent
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/23/86: Cowboy Lang pinned Lord Littlebrook at 10:01 with a spinning roll up (Best of the WWF Vol. 9)
WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) & Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bruno Sammartino & Tito Santana via count-out at 9:40 after Savage dropped a double axe handle off the top onto Sammartino, who was on the floor ramming Adonis into the ring apron; after the contest, Sammartino & Santana scared Savage & Adonis from the ring (Macho Man Randy Savage & Elizabeth)
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/23/86: Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned George Wells at 9:54 after Dory blocked a splash off the top by lifting his knees
Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) fought King Tonga to a double count-out at 3:50 when both men were brawling on the floor; both men continued brawling long after the bell on the floor and eventually back in the ring until Tonga cleared Studd from ringside with a headbutt (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/23/86: Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Lanny Poffo with the cradle suplex at 10:56 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)
The Junkyard Dog defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 8:43 when Heenan tripped JYD from the outside allowing Bundy to splash him; after the bout, Heenan slapped JYD in the corner as Bundy prepared to hit the Avalanche but JYD pushed Heenan into Bundy's path (Best of the WWF Vol. 8)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 12, 1986 (16,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/21/86: Tony Atlas pinned Lanny Poffo with a backslide at 12:35
Jimmy Hart won a 22-man $50,000 battle royal when Greg Valentine and the Junkyard Dog eliminated each other at 12:53; Hart spent the entire match hiding underneath the ring; other participants included: the Junkyard Dog, Harley Race, Billy Jack Haynes, King Kong Bundy, Sivi Afi, Brutus Beefcake, Bobby Heenan, Pedro Morales, Lanny Poffo, Mike Sharpe, Moondog Spot, Jimmy Hart, King Tonga, Big John Studd, the Dynamite Kid, Davey Boy Smith, Greg Valentine, Johnny V, SD Jones, Tony Garea, Moondog Rex, & Tony Atlas; order of elimination: Studd by several wrestlers (0:13), Bundy by several wrestlers (0:19), Heenan by several wrestlers (0:43), SD Jones by Moondog Spot (2:21), Sharpe (3:27), Atlas by Spot (3:35), Johnny V by Morales (3:49), Garea by Valentine (5:05), Race by Morales (5:44), Afi by Beefcake (5:54), the Moondogs by the Bulldogs via simultaneous dropkicks (6:31), Dynamite by Beefcake (7:54), Morales by Valentine after three blows to the chest as Morales was perched upon the top rope (9:20), Beefcake by Smith, Haynes, and Poffo (9:33), Haynes by Valentine via backdrop (9:47), Tonga by Valentine via backdrop (9:54), Davey Boy by Valentine via powerslam over the top (10:36), Poffo by Valentine (10:47); WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah was originally scheduled to compete in the match as well (Best of the WWF Vol. 9)
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/21/86: WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated the Moondogs at 18:23 when Dynamite pinned Spot with a crossbody off the top rope, over the heads of both Davey Boy Smith and Rex (The British Bulldogs)
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/28/86: Pedro Morales pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a small package at 5:54
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/21/86: Billy Jack Haynes defeated Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) via disqualification at 6:26 when Johnny V tripped Haynes (Best of the WWF Vol. 10)
All American Wrestling - 8/24/86: King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated King Tonga & Sivi Afi when Bundy pinned Tonga after a kneedrop to the chest at 8:33, even though it seemed Bundy wasn’t attempting to get the pinfall (Best of the WWF Vol. 9)
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/28/86: Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Garea with a cradle suplex at 2:05
The Junkyard Dog fought Greg Valentine to a double count-out at 13:32; prior to the bout, the referee ordered Johnny V backstage
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/28/86: Bruno Sammartino & Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage & Adrian Adonis in a steel cage match at 9:51 when Sammartino left through the door as Santana escaped over the top; prior to the bout, both Jimmy Hart & Miss Elizabeth left ringside (Inside the Steel Cage)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 25, 1986 (22,092)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/16/86: Nick Kiniski pinned Les Thornton at 9:49 with a German suplex into a bridge
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/8/86: Jake Roberts pinned Sivi Afi at 16:46 with the DDT
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/8/86: Billy Jack Haynes defeated Hercules (w/ Slick) via count-out at 21:29 after Hercules left ringside with Slick; the match originally went to a time-limit draw at 18:52 but the referee granted them 5 more minutes; Freddie Blassie helped accompany Hercules ringside before the bout but went backstage before the match began
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/8/86: Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Cpl. Kirchner at 9:42 with the piledriver
King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Big & Super Machine (w/ Giant Machine) via disqualification at 9:07 after Giant Machine illegally entered the ring with the referee eventually realizing when he attempted to pin Studd following a double clothesline; after the bout, Giant Machine cleared Studd from the ring; later in the show, Bobby Heenan returned to the ring and challenged Capt. Lou Albano to bring all three Machines to a 6-man tag against Studd, Bundy and himself as he was sick of Albano trying to make a fool out of him, and sick of the Machines
Adrian Adonis pinned Tony Atlas (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 7:20 after catching Atlas in mid-air and dropping him throat first across the top rope; Atlas got up and immediately left ringside after the pinfall (Atlas' last MSG appearance for 4 years)
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/8/86: Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Slick) defeated Dan Spivey & Mike Rotundo at 12:46 when Sheik pinned Spivey after Volkoff hit Spivey with Slick's cane as Spivey attempted a powerslam on Sheik; after the bout, Rotundo eventually cleared Sheik, Volkoff, and Slick from the ring; Freddie Blassie helped accompany Volkoff & Sheik ringside before the bout but went backstage before the match began (Legends of Wrestling: Andre the Giant and the Iron Sheik)
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/16/86: Pedro Morales defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) via count-out at 7:19 after getting back in the ring just before the 10-count after blocking Savage's attempt to use a chair
WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Jimmy Jack & Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 5:27 when Dynamite pinned Jimmy Jack after being thrown by Smith; after the bout, the Funks attempted to hogtie Dynamite until Smith made the save; the Bulldogs then tried to hogtie Jimmy Jack but Dory made the save before the could; prior to the bout, when Howard Finkel was announcing the card for the next MSG show, he introduced Albano who gace Finkel the announcement that he had accepted Bobby Heenan's challenge from earlier in the show and that it would be Big & Super Machine teaming with the Hulk Machine

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 22, 1986 (12,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/9/86: The Islanders defeated the Moondogs when Tama pinned Rex with a splash off the top at 13:17
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/21/86: Nick Kiniski pinned Steve Lombardi with a back suplex into a bridge at 8:57
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/9/86: Bob Orton Jr. (sub. for Adrian Adonis) (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Billy Jack Haynes at 9:31 by grabbing the tights for leverage
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/9/86: Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart when Jacques, the illegal man, pinned Neidhart with a sunset flip into the ring at 14:52 (the Rougeaus' MSG debut) (The Hart Foundation)
Ted Arcidi defeated Tony Garea via submission at 4:30 with the bearhug (Garea's last MSG match)
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/9/86: Steve Regal pinned Jose Luis Rivera with a belly to belly suplex at 7:53
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/9/86: SD Jones pinned Mr. X at 8:09 with a standing headbutt from the middle turnbuckle
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/9/86: King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tito Santana at 12:43 with a reverse roll up after Heenan distracted Santana from the ring apron; after the bout, Santana attacked Race on the floor until Race was able to escape
All American Wrestling - 10/12/86: Sika (w/ the Wizard) pinned Lanny Poffo with the Samoan Drop at 7:28
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (as Hulk Machine), Big & Super Machine defeated King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, & Bobby Heenan at 8:45 when Hogan pinned Studd with a bodyslam and the legdrop (Hulkamania 2)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 20, 1986 (13,000; the Wrestling Observer newsletter listed it as 9,800)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon, Lord Alfred Hayes, & Gene Okerlund on commentary; featured Paul Orndorff & Bobby Heenan as guests of the Piper's Pit in which Orndorff challenged Piper to a tag team match for the following month; Orndorff's partner would be King Harley Race while Piper's partner, after being picked by Vladimir the superfan, would be WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan:
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/11/86: SD Jones pinned Moondog Spot at 9:33 with a headbutt
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/11/86: Tama pinned Moondog Rex at 8:18 with a flying bodypress
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/18/86: Brutus Beefcake pinned B. Brian Blair at 9:24 by holding onto the tights for leverage after the momentum of a crossbody by Blair put Beefcake on top
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/11/86: King Kong Bundy pinned Super Machine at 3:17 with the Avalanche
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/11/86: WWF Tag Team Champion the Dynamite Kid pinned Jim Neidhart at 5:49 with a roll up
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/11/86: Jacques Rougeau pinned the Iron Shiek at 7:29 with a sunset flip into the ring
All American Wrestling - 10/26/86: Mike Rotundo fought Jim Brunzell to a double count-out
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/11/86: Greg Valentine pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith at 12:57 by using the ropes for leverage
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/11/86: Haku pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 4:51 with a roll up after Volkoff missed a clothesline and ran into the corner; during the cover, Volkoff clearly had his shoulders up
Bret Hart pinned Raymond Rougeau at 8:34 with a double leg pickup and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage as Rougeau had Hart cornered (Best of the WWF Vol. 13)
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/4/87: The Islanders won a $50,000 tag team battle royal by last eliminating King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd at 10:20; other teams included the Moondogs, SD Jones (sub. for Danny Spivey) & Mike Rotundo, Chief Jay Strongbow & Steve Gatorwolf, WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid, Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart, B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell, the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff, Big & Super Machine, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau, and Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake; order of elimination: the Moondogs were eliminated, SD Jones eliminated by ?, Strongbow eliminated by several wrestlers, Sheik eliminated by a Machine, Hart and Dynamite eliminated each other, Brunzell eliminated by Beefcake, Jacques Rougeau eliminated by Studd via backdrop, Beefcake eliminated by a Machine via backdrop, a Machine eliminated by Bundy via clothesline to the back of the head as the Machine attempted to eliminate Big John Studd, Studd eliminted after Bundy accidentally clotheslined his own partner out of the ring (Even More Unusual Matches)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 24, 1986 (19,700 paid; sell out)
Televised live on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/2/86: Billy Jack Haynes fought Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double count-out at 13:43; Orton came into the ring wearing a kilt and also a jacket with the words “Hot Bob” on the back; during the match, Jimmy Hart briefly joined the commentary team of Gorilla Monsoon and Lord Alfred Hayes at ringside
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/2/86: Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Pedro Morales with a roll up at 9:07 as Morales was distracted by Heenan; moments earlier, Morales chased Heenan around ringside and into the ring after Heenan prevented Morales' cover following a backbreaker
Kamala (w/ the Wizard & Kimchee) pinned George Steele with a splash off the top at 3:16 following a regular splash after using the Wizard’s horn as a weapon; Kamala hit another splash after the match before being restrained by Kimchee and the Wizard; Steele was taken from ringside on a stretcher (Best of the WWF Vol. 11)
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/2/86: Lanny Poffo pinned Steve Lombardi with a somersault splash off the top at 9:58
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/5/87: Hillbilly Jim defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 7:06 when Fuji interfered as Jim had the bearhug applied on Muraco and attacked Jim with his cane, while ripping his overalls at the same time; Muraco came to the ring wearing a kilt and to Roddy Piper’s music (Best of the WWF Vol. 11)
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Roddy Piper defeated Paul Orndorff & King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) when Piper pinned Race at 8:15 after Orndorff accidentally clotheslined his partner; immediately after the match, Piper left ringside while Hogan was double teamed; eventually Hogan cleared the ring of the opponents (Best of the WWF Vol. 11)
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/2/86: The Karate Kid & Pepe Gomez defeated Lord Littlebrook & Little Tokyo when Tokyo was pinned at 13:30 after Littlebrook accidentally hit a flying bodypress on his partner, with Karate Kid & Gomez climbing on top of Littlebrook for the pin; after the bout, Hillbilly Jim returned to the ring and challenged Mr. Fuji to a Tuxedo match at the next MSG show, with Howard Finkel later revealing Fuji had accepted when announcing next month’s card (Best of the WWF Vol. 11)
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/2/86: Koko B. Ware pinned Jimmy Jack Funk with the Ghostbuster at 8:46; before the bout, Capt. Lou Albano joined the commentary table to give an update on the condition of George Steele, with Albano revealing that Steele had escaped the ambulance he was in and was running through Central Park
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/5/87: Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) defeated the Islanders when Beefcake pinned Tama at 13:13 after Valentine dropped Tama crotch first on the top rope behind the referee’s back; during the match, Johnny V briefly joined Monsoon and Hayes at ringside

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 26, 1986 (sell out)
Televised live on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/30/86: Paul Roma pinned Terry Gibbs with a sunset flip from the top rope at 9:22
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/30/86: Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Cpl. Kirchner & Dick Slater when Neidhart pinned Kirchner after the Hart Attack at 12:36
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/27/87: WWF Women’s Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned WWF Women’s Tag Team Champion Leilani Kai at 10:10 with a double axe handle and roll up after dropkicking the challenger into the referee (Best of the WWF Vol. 12)
Pedro Morales defeated Dino Bravo via disqualification at 14:24 after Bravo accidentally punched referee Dick Kroll when Morales ducked his head
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Kamala (w/ the Wizard & Kimchee) via disqualification at 6:39 when the Wizard tripped up Hogan from the outside and then held his legs down for Kamala to splash him twice; Hogan was then triple-teamed and was held down by the Wizard and Kimchee for Kamala to hit a splash off the top but Hogan was able to escape and clear all three from the ring; following the bout, Bobby Heenan interviewed the Wizard, Kimchee, & Kamala backstage until Kamala was attacked by Hogan, with both having to be separated by several wrestlers and officials, including Vince McMahon (Hulkamania 2)
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/30/86: Jose Luis Rivera pinned Steve Lombardi with a backslide at 2:37
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/27/87: Hillbilly Jim defeated Mr. Fuji in a tuxedo match at the 4-minute mark (Best of the WWF Vol. 11)
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/30/86: The Honkytonk Man pinned Sivi Afi with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll at 7:02; the match was set for earlier in the evening but Honky attacked his opponent prior to the bout, thus forcing it to be rescheduled for later in the card; after the bout, Honky stayed at ringside, dancing for the fans until Tito Santana came out for his match, where he was attacked from behind by Honky with Santana’s knee clipping the ring steps
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/30/86: Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tito Santana at 15:40 after Santana was distracted by Heenan at 15:40; Heenan was introduced prior the match beginning before rejoining Gorilla Monsoon at the announce table; originally the match ended at 12:46 after Heenan left the commentary position and rang the timekeeper’s bell while Santana had the figure-4 applied on Herc, attempting to confuse referee Dick Kroll that the time-limit had expired but the referee ruled there was still time left in the match
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/9/87: Blackjack Mulligan pinned Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) at the 33-second mark with a flying back elbow; prior to the bout, Mulligan attacked Volkoff as he was singing the Russian National Anthem; after the contest, Volkoff attacked Mulligan until he was sent from the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 19, 1987 (15,500; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Gene Okerlund on commentary; featured Okerlund presenting an award to Howard Finkel to celebrate Finkel's 10th anniversary as the MSG ring announcer:
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/2/87: Brad Reinghans pinned Frenchy Martin with a diving shoulderblock from the middle turnbuckle at 16:49 (Reinghans' debut)
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake at 18:36 when Martel pinned Valentine with a springboard splash into the ring, while Valentine had Zenk in the figure-4 (Martel's return to MSG after a 5-year absence; Zenk's MSG debut) (Best of the WWF Vol. 11)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/2/87: Ron Bass pinned SD Jones at 6:56 with the Pedigree (Bass' MSG debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/2/87: Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated George Steele via disqualification at 6:00 when Steele swung a steel chair at the referee; before the bout, Heenan tore up a poster of Miss Elizabeth, distracting George during the match as he attempted to put the remains back together; after the match, Orndorff attacked Steele and was about to hit him with the chair but Steele blocked the move and chased Orndorff away with it (Best of the WWF Vol. 12)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/2/87: Tiger Chung Lee pinned Jerry Allen at 7:34 with an elbow drop after Allen missed a crossbody
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Kamala (w/ the Wizard & Kimchee) in a No DQ match at 7:56 with the legdrop after hitting the challenger with the Wizard's horn; after the bout, Andre the Giant came to the ring, picked up the title belt, looked at it, and then tossed it to the champion before leaving the ring (Kamala's last MSG appearance for nearly 6 years)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/13/87: Lanny Poffo pinned the Red Demon at 14:38 with a somersault splash off the top; prior to the bout, Jimmy Hart came out and announced that if the Hart Foundation could beat Davey Boy Smith later in the show then they would win one-half of the WWF Tag Team Championship
The Junkyard Dog defeated King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) via count-out at 5:27 after shoving Race into the ringpost; after the bout, Race attacked JYD from behind with his own chain and tied him up, while Heenan slapped JYD and tried to force the unconscious JYD to bow before the King; prior to the bout, a representative of the NY State Athletic Commission came out and ordered Danny Davis to leave ringside after Davis came out and tried to tell the referee he was officiating the match
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/13/87: Billy Jack Haynes (sub. for the Dynamite Kid) & WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 9:26 when Bret submitted to Haynes' full nelson; Danny Davis was the original referee for the bout but was knocked out late in the contest, with another referee coming to the ring to stop the match

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 23, 1987 (18,317)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/9/87: Paul Roma pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 12:23 with a powerslam
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/6/87: Demolition defeated the Islanders at 9:13 when Ax pinned Tama following the Decapitation behind the referee's back after Smash hit a clothesline on Tama (Best of the WWF Vol. 13)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/9/87: Koko B. Ware pinned Sika at 4:51 with a roll up following a dropkick to the back after sliding under the ring and coming out the other end; after the bout, Sika attacked Koko and threw him out of the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/9/87: Tito Santana fought Butch Reed (w/ Slick) to a double disqualification at 12:10 when, as Slick attempted to interfere with his cane, Koko B. Ware came out and knocked Slick out of the ring; after the bout, Santana and Koko cleared the ring
WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 13:52 when Bret reversed a slam by Brunzell into a small package after Davis attacked Brunzell from behind; during the match, Jimmy Hart briefly joined the commentary team at ringside (The Hart Foundation)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/9/87: Outback Jack pinned Barry O with a bulldog at 3:33
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/9/87: Jake Roberts defeated King Kong Bundy via count-out at 9:17 when Bundy pushed Roberts back inside the ring following a ringside brawl; after the bout, Bundy missed the Avalanche in the corner with Roberts then chasing Bundy, Heenan, and Jimmy Hart - who did guest commentary for the bout - backstage with Damien (Jake "The Snake" Roberts)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/9/87: The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Pedro Morales at 11:58 with his feet on the ropes; Slick did guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Bobby Heenan
Roddy Piper, the Junkyard Dog, & Ricky Steamboat defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage, Adrian Adonis, & King Harley Race in an elimination match at 20:22 when Piper pinned Savage with an inside cradle after Savage missed his flying elbowdrop; Adonis and JYD fought to a double count-out at 7:50; Race pinned Steamboat at 11:42 after Savage interfered behind the referee's back and reversed Steamboat's inside cradle; Piper pinned Race at 15:43 after Savage accidentally hit his partner with a double axe handle; prior to the bout, Jimmy Hart, Miss Elizabeth, and Bobby Heenan left ringside; after the bout, Gorilla Monsoon interviewed Piper backstage (Piper's last appearance at MSG for 2 1/2 years) (Best of the WWF Vol. 11, WWE's Top 50 Superstars of All Time)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 18, 1987 (16,800)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling -5/25/87: Sam Houston pinned Terry Gibbs with a bulldog at 7:53
Prime Time Wrestling -5/25/87: Jim Powers & Paul Roma defeated Bob Orton Jr. & Don Muraco at 10:31 when Roma pinned Orton after Muraco accidentally reversed a small package, putting Roma on top of Orton for the pin; after the bout, Muraco & Orton attacked their opponents
Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Koko B. Ware at 13:15 after Hart threw a foreign object to Davis who then hit Koko in the face with it (Best of the WWF Vol. 14)
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/8/87: Lanny Poffo pinned Dave Barbie with a moonsault at 8:05
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 7:54 with a roll up after the challenger failed a diving headbutt off the top; after the bout, Race attacked a bloody Hogan with the title belt as the champion posed in the ring; later in the show, Hogan returned ringside and challenged Race to a no holds barred match with the stipulation being that if he couldn't beat Race, he would quit wrestling
Debbie Combs defeated WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah via count-out at 8:49 after sending the champion into the steel ring post with an atomic drop on the floor; after the bout, the challenger continued to attack the champion when Moolah reentered the ring and then posed with the title belt (Best of the WWF Vol. 13, The Women of the WWF)
Demolition defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 16:09 when Ax, the illegal man, pinned Brunzell with a forearm to the back of the head as Brunzell had Smash in a roll up cover
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/30/88: Ron Bass pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 9:37 with the Pedigree; prior to the bout, Bass had a verbal confrontation with Gorilla Monsoon, with Bass challenging Monsoon to fight him in the ring after Monsoon knocked his hat off
Ken Patera (sub. for Jake Roberts) defeated the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 9:56 when Hart interfered as Honky was caught in the bearhug; after the contest, Patera locked both Honky and Hart in the move at the same time; on commentary after the bout, Gorilla Monsoon said Patera had won the match via submission (Patera's MSG return after a 2-year absence) (The Ken Patera Story)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 14, 1987 (14,246)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/22/87: Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated the Shadows at 18:30 when Martel scored the pin with a crossbody; after the bout, Bobby Heenan left the commentary table and confronted Martel & Zenk, saying they wouldn't have won the match had they been wrestling the Islanders; Martel then told Heenan to bring the Islanders out then and there but as Haku & Tama tried to come to the ring, they were held back by officials and referees
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/10/87: Hercules fought Billy Jack Haynes to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/22/87: The Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Paul Roma & Jim Powers at 19:14 when Tama pinned Powers with a splash off the top after a backbreaker from Haku (Best of the WWF Vol. 13)
Paul Orndorff pinned the Junkyard Dog at 9:47
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned King Harley Race in a Texas Death Match at 9:56 after hitting him with the title belt after Race accidentally delivered a diving headubtt onto the belt (Even More Unusual Matches)
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/13/87: Outback Jack pinned Jose Estrada with a bulldog at 4:47
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/22/87: Billy Jack Haynes (sub. for Koko B. Ware), Davey Boy Smith, & the Dynamite Kid defeated Danny Davis, WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart at 18:08 when Dynamite pinned Bret with a diving headbutt after being thrown by Smith

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 25, 1987 (18,100)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/3/87: Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) pinned Brady Boone at 10:46 with the side suplex
Rick Martel pinned Tama at around the 21-minute mark when the momentum of a crossbody from Tama put Martel on top
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/10/87: Butch Reed pinned Hillbilly Jim at 10:58 with a flying clothesline and using Hillbilly's overalls for leverage during the cover
Ricky Steamboat defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at around the 12-minute mark
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/3/87: Tito Santana pinned Nikolai Volkoff ataround the 8-minute mark with a small package after hitting the flying forearm; after the bout, Ron Bass attacked Santana until Outback Jack made the save
Ron Bass pinned Outback Jack after 6 minutes
Brutus Beefcake defeated Greg Valentine via disqualification at around the 13-minute mark when Dino Bravo and Johnny V interfered; after the bout, Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid made the save as Beefcake was about to receive a haircut
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/3/87: Rick Rude defeated Jerry Allen via submission with a backbreaker at 7:12
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/10/87: WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid when Bret pinned Smithat around the 10-minute mark after Neidhart swept Smith's legs out from under him as the challenger attempted to suplex Hart into the ring; after the bout, the Bulldogs cleared the ring of the champions and Jimmy Hart

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 22, 1987 (18,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon, Lord Alfred Hayes, & Pete Doherty on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/7/87: Tama pinned Scott Casey with a splash from the middle turnbuckle at around the 11-minute mark
All American Wrestling - 9/6/87: Tito Santana fought Ron Bass to a 20-minute time limit draw
WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri pinned Velvet McIntyre at around the 14-minute mark with a back suplex after the challenger argued with the referee over a slow count
Haku pinned Rick Martel at around the 9-minute mark after Tama came ringside and hit Martel with a chair; after the bout, Tito Santana made the save
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/1/88: WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Ricky Steamboat in a lumberjack match at 11:06 after hitting the challenger with Hart's megaphone; lumberjacks included: the Islanders, Tito Santana, George Steele, the Junkyard Dog, Scott Casey, Lanny Poffo, Ron Bass, and Jose Estrada; after the bout all the lumberjacks brawled until the babyfaces cleared the heels from the ring
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Butch Reed (w/ Slick) via disqualification when Slick interfered and hit Graham with his cane as Reed was caught in the bearhug; after the bout, Graham reapplied the hold and it took a ring-full of officials - among them Pat Patterson, Terry Garvin, and Gorilla Monsoon (who left the commentary table) - to convince him to release the hold
Wrestling Spotlight - 9/5/87: Lanny Poffo (sub. for Chavo Guerrero Sr.) pinned Jose Estrada at 7:42 with a somersault splash off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/17/87: Demolition defeated the Junkyard Dog & George Steele via disqualification at 6:10 when Steele hit Smash with a steel chair after the JYD was relentlessly double teamed (George 'The Animal' Steele)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 21, 1987 (19,745; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/8/87: Scott Casey pinned Steve Lombardi with a bulldog at 11:32; Bobby Heenan did guest commentary for the bout
Don Muraco pinned Bob Orton Jr. at around the 11-minute mark by reversing a piledriver into a backdrop
The Islanders defeated Rick Martel & Tito Santana at around the 14-minute mark when Haku pinned Martel with a diving headbutt after switching places with Tama
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/8/87: Tiger Chung Lee pinned Brad Rheingans with a shoulderbreaker at the 5-minute mark
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan fought the One Man Gang (w/ Slick) to a double count-out at around the 8-minute mark when both men began brawling on the floor
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/8/87: Jacques & Raymond Rougeau fought Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo to a time-limit draw at 16:52 as Valentine had the figure-4 applied on Jacques; after the bout, the Rougeaus cleared the ring of their opponents
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/1/87: George Steele defeated Sika via disqualification at the 3-minute mark after Sika used a steel chair as a weapon; after the match, Steele chased his opponent backstage with the chair (George 'the Animal' Steele)
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/1/87: King Harley Race pinned Hillbilly Jim with a diving headbutt off the top at 8:37
Randy Savage (sub. for Jake Roberts) pinned WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man at around the 11-minute mark in a non-title match with the flying elbowsmash

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 16, 1987 (19,700; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Nick Bockwinkel on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/12/87: Outback Jack pinned Jose Estrada at 9:44 with a powerslam; Bobby Heenan provided commentary for the bout and afterwards introduced Nick Bockwinkel to fill in for him for the remainder of the show
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Dino Bravo & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) when Blair pinned Valentine with a sunset flip from the top at 10:57 after an illegal double switch by using their masks
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/29/87: Ivan Putski pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 5:34 with the Polish Hammer
Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Paul Orndorff (w/ Oliver Humperdink) via count-out at 10:41 after Heenan hit Orndorff with a chair while Orndorff was climbing back in the ring; Orndorff had punched Heenan off the apron moments earlier, with Nick Bockwinkel leaving the broadcast position to help Heenan back to his feet; prior to the bout, Orndorff won a prematch posedown over Rude
All American Wrestling - 11/8/87: Don Muraco pinned Sika (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 8:20 after ramming his knee into Sika's head as Muraco fell from the top
Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Killer Khan (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 10:14 with the flying elbowsmash after blocking Khan's green mist with his hands, rubbing it in Khan's face and hitting a powerslam; after the bout, Savage cleared Fuji from the ring with an atomic drop after he attempted to sneak attack Savage
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Butch Reed in a steel cage match at 10:59 by escaping the cage through the door after hitting Reed with his own brass knuckles
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/22/87: Billy Jack Haynes pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 5:27 with a roll up
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/30/88: Rick Martel & Tito Santana defeated the Islanders in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1 - Haku pinned Santana at 7:11 after a double set of headbutts; fall #2 - Santana pinned Tama at 8:07 with a small package, which Martel had reversed behind the referee's back to put Santana on top; fall #3 - Martel pinned Tama with a roll up at 10:27 after Tama collided with Haku on the ring apron

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 24, 1987 (17,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon, Lord Alfred Hayes, & Nick Bockwinkel on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/10/87: The Ultimate Warrior pinned Frenchy Martin (sub. for Bob Orton Jr.) following a series of clotheslines at 4:38 (Warrior's MSG debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/14/87: WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Judy Martin & Leilani Kai (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Jumping Bomb Angels at 13:59 when Kai scored the pin following a powerbomb from Martin; after the bout, the challengers cleared the Glamour Girls and Hart from the ring (The Women of the WWF)
Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Paul Orndorff (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) at 8:44 with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after Heenan distracted Orndorff from ringside; after the bout, Orndorff attacked Rude and cleared him from the ring (Orndorff's last MSG appearance)
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/14/87: B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Boris Zhukov & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) at 20:26 when Blair, under a mask, pinned Zhukov with a flying bodypress
WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) via count-out at 13:24 after Savage hit the champion with Hart's megaphone, knocking him back inside the ring; after the bout, Savage cleared both men from ringside, even hitting Honky in the back with his own guitar as he made his way back to the lockerroom
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/14/87: Jake Roberts pinned Danny Davis with the DDT at 7:22; after the bout, Jake placed Damien on top of Davis and left ringside; moments later, Jimmy Hart came out and helped carry Davis backstage along with several officials
WWF Tag Team Champions Tito Santana & Rick Martel defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 18:18 after Bret hit Martel with Jimmy Hart's megaphone as Martel attempted the Boston Crab on Neidhart; after the bout, Santana used one of the title belts to clear the opposition from the ring
Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned Ivan Putski with a powerslam at the 3-minute mark; prior to the bout, Dibiase cut an in-ring promo, saying he was in negotiations to buy MSG but opted not to after realizing he would also get the New York Knicks and Rangers; he then said both teams were useless and all the MSG fans were losers (Dibiase's return to MSG after nearly 8 years)
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/23/88: Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a splash at 3:22 after Bundy missed a splash of his own

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 26, 1987 (sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary, with Bobby Heenan also providing commentary for the first four matches:
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/4/88: Iron Mike Sharpe pinned SD Jones at 7:33 after hitting him in the head with his forearm support
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/4/88: Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Conquistadors at 13:07 when Jacques scored the pin following a double team move off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/4/88: Jim Duggan pinned Sika with the running clothesline at 9:16
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/18/88: WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri pinned Rockin Robin at 7:30 after Sherri blocked a splash from the middle turnbuckle by lifting her knees
Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Brutus Beefcake via count-out at 11:53 after Beefcake chased Hart backstage; after the bout, Beefcake returned to the ring but was attacked by Valentine; moments later, Beefcake chased Valentine backstage with his scissors after blocking Valentine's attempts to apply the figure-4
Ricky Steamboat fought Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 20:28; after the bout, Heenan grabbed the microphone and told Steamboat he was lucky the match didn't last another 5 minutes, otherwise Rude would have easily won, and that he himself could beat Steamboat in 5 minutes; Rude then attacked Steamboat from behind but Steamboat eventually cleared both he and Heenan from the ring (WWE's Top 50 Superstars of All Time)
Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Koko B. Ware at 6:38 with the side suplex
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/14/88: The Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 10:45 when Haku pinned Brunzell after Tama hit a diving headbutt off the middle turnbuckle on Brunzell and placed his partner on top
Cowboy Lang & Chris Dube defeated Little Tokyo & Lord Littlebrook at 3:19 when Lang pinned Littlebrook with a sunset flip
Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart & Peggy Sue) via disqualification at 9:29 after the champion shoved Savage into the referee; the referee was knocked down for several moments and didn't come to his senses and ring the bell until after Savage was knocked to the floor after being hit with the title belt, as a result was unclear until the winner was announced; during the match, Jimmy Hart was suspended above the ring in a cage; after the bout, Savage attacked Honky and Hart, then stole the wig off of Peggy Sue before all three ran backstage (Macho Madness)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 25, 1988 (19,750; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Vince McMahon doing guest commentary, substituting for Gorilla Monsoon who had suffered a mild heart attack, alongside Bobby Heenan and Lord Alfred Hayes (McMahon's return to MSG commentary after an absense of 5 years); during the intermission, McMahon conducted several interviews at ringside with the Islanders & Bobby Heenan, Jim Duggan, Butch Reed & Slick:
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/11/88: Scott Casey pinned Jose Estrada with a shoulder breaker at 10:06
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/14/88: Sam Houston pinned Danny Davis with a small package at 8:08
Butch Reed (w/ Slick) pinned the Junkyard Dog with a roll up and holding the tights for leverage at 5:26 after JYD chased Slick into the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/11/88: Omar Atlas pinned Dusty Wolfe at 7:29 with a reverse roll up
The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Don Muraco (w/ Superstar Billy Graham) after Butch Reed interfered and hit Muraco with Slick's cane as the referee was busy breaking up a confrontation between Graham and Slick; after the bout, Muraco was thrown to the floor as Graham was triple teamed in the ring, with OMG hitting one splash and preparing to hit a second until Muraco made the save and cleared the ring
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Oliver Humperdink) defeated Ted Dibiase & Virgil (w/ Andre the Giant) when Bigelow pinned Virgil with a splash at 9:26 after Hogan hit the legdrop; after the bout, Hogan and Bigelow cleared the ring before the champion taunted Andre with the world title belt; Andre had to be held back by Dibiase and Virgil during the confrontation (Hulkamania 3)
Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated Steve Lombardi & Barry Horowitz when Powers pinned Lombardi after a powerslam at 13:33; early in the bout, Heenan left the broadcast table, claiming King Harley Race wanted to speak with him in the dressing room
Jim Duggan pinned King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 10:50 by reversing a crossbody off the top ('Hacksaw' Jim Duggan)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/88: Ron Bass pinned Hillbilly Jim at 5:32 with the Pedigree
The Islanders defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid via disqualification at 15:35 when the Bulldogs used a leash on their opponents that was originally brought to the ring by Bobby Heenan

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 22, 1988 (less than 10,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary; this was the first MSG card in which there were mats on the floor surrounding the ring:
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/14/88: Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated King Harley Race & Iron Mike Sharpe (sub. for Hercules) at 9:26 when Raymond pinned Sharpe after the Rougeau Bomb from Jacques
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/29/88: George Steele pinned Sika at 2:49 after Sika hit himself with a chair that bounced off the apron, moments after Steele threw three chairs into the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/29/88: Demolition Ax (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Ken Patera at 7:27 after Demolition Smash came ringside and distracted Patera as the full nelson was applied; after the bout, Patera was double teamed until the Junkyard Dog made the save
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/29/88: The Junkyard Dog (sub. for Billy Jack Haynes) (w/ Ken Patera) pinned Demolition Smash (w/ Mr. Fuji & Demolition Ax) at 3:44 by hitting him with his steel chain after Patera tripped Smash and attacked Ax, distracting the referee
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/7/88: Jake Roberts fought Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) to a 20-minute draw at 19:23
Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out at 11:04 after sending Bigelow into the steel ring post as Bigelow was chasing Virgil on the floor
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/7/88: Jim Duggan fought Ron Bass to a double count-out at 15:16 when Duggan chased Bass backstage
Don Muraco & the Ultimate Warrior defeated Butch Reed (w/ Slick) & King Kong Bundy (sub. for the One Man Gang) when Warrior pinned Bundy with a crossbody at 14:48, with Bundy falling backwards over Muraco who was on all fours; during the match, Slick briefly joined the commentary team of Gorilla Monsoon and Lord Alfred Hayes at ringside

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 25, 1988 (17,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary; the card was to have included Ricky Steamboat vs. Greg Valentine but the match was cancelled due to Steamboat leaving the WWF:
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/9/88: Brady Boone pinned Steve Lombardi with a German suplex at 14:57
Dino Bravo defeated Ken Patera via forfeit after Bravo attacked Patera during an arm-wrestling contest as Bravo was about to lose; as a result of the attack, Patera was unable to compete; Patera had already won the arm-wrestling contest once, but Bravo said Patera had cheated and so it was restarted
Bret Hart fought Bad News Brown to a 20-minute time-limit draw
The One Man Gang defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via disqualification at 9:12 after Bigelow rammed OMG's head into the top turnbuckle for longer than the referee's 5-count
Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) via count-out at the 12-minute mark after Virgil pushed the champion from the top rope to the floor; after the bout, Savage chased Dibiase and Virgil away with a chair
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/2/88: Barry Horowitz pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 10:39 with a Russian leg sweep
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/9/88: WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri pinned Desiree Peterson at 7:29 by reversing Peterson’s Irish whip and throwing her down by the hair (The Women of the WWF)
The Ultimate Warrior pinned Hercules with the gorilla press slam at 12:48 (The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior FYE version)
WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Rick Martel & Tito Santana at 7:22 when Smash pinned Santana after Fuji interfered and hit the challenger with his cane as Santana prepared to put Smash in the figure-4

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 27, 1988 (16,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Roger Kent & Superstar Billy Graham on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/6/88: The Conquistador pinned SD Jones at 9:13 when the momentum of a flying crossbody put the Conquistador on top
Greg Valentine defeated George Steele via disqualification when Steele brought the timekeeper's hammer into the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/6/88: Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Jim Powers & Paul Roma at 14:26 when Jacques pinned Powers with a small package after Raymond reversed Powers' small package behind the referee's back
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/20/88: Brutus Beefcake fought the One Man Gang to a double count-out at 10:20 when both men fell over the top to the floor as Beefcake was on Gang's back with the sleeper applied
The Islanders & Bobby Heenan defeated Koko B. Ware, Davey Boy Smith, & the Dynamite Kid when Heenan pinned Koko after hitting him with brass knuckles
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/6/88: Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Jerry Allen at 6:26 with an elbow drop
WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) via disqualification at 11:55 when Virgil interfered and prevented the pinfall after the challenger hit an unprotected turnbuckle head-first; after the match, Savage was double teamed and thrown to the floor but later cleared the ring with his title belt (Macho Madness)
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/30/88: Jim Neidhart pinned Don Muraco (w/ Superstar Billy Graham) after reversing a roll up attempt by sitting on Muraco's chest; Lord Alfred Hayes did guest commentary for the match, subbing for Graham
Dino Bravo pinned Ken Patera with the side suplex after Patera became distracted by Frenchy Martin on the ring apron (Best of the WWF Vol. 17)
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/8/88: The Junkyard Dog pinned Ron Bass at 8:15 by reversing a powerslam attempt into a cover

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 25, 1988 (18,300)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Roger Kent, Superstar Billy Graham, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/27/88: The Big Bossman pinned Scott Casey at 7:45 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Casey to the ropes and beat him with the nightstick
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/27/88: Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Conquistadors at 11:35 when Raymond scored the pin following a double team move from the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/11/88: Don Muraco defeated Danny Davis via disqualification when Greg Valentine interfered as Muraco had Davis up for the tombstone; after the bout, Valentine confronted Superstar Billy Graham at the announce table, pushed him, and kicked him in the leg
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/25/88: Andre the Giant pinned Bam Bam Bigelow with an elbow drop at 9:09 after kicking Bigelow in the face as he charged the corner; prior to the match, Andre was escorted to the ring by Bobby Heenan; after the bout, Jim Duggan made the save with his 2x4 after Andre began choking Bigelow with the strap from his tights
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/4/88: George Steele defeated Greg Valentine via count-out in a No DQ match at 6:35 after Steele chased Valentine around the ring after Valentine stole Steele's Mine doll
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/27/88: Bad News Brown defeated Jim Neidhart via count-out at 16:23 after Neidhart sustained the Ghetto Blaster, fell to the floor, and could not return to the ring before the 10-count; after the bout, Neidhart sent Bad News out of the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/27/88: Jim Duggan pinned the One Man Gang at 9:49 with the running clothesline after the Gang missed a splash in the corner
The Ultimate Warrior defeated Bobby Heenan via submission with a sleeper in a Weasel Suit match at 5:30; after the bout, Warrior stuffed the unconscious Heenan in the suit (The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s)
WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) in a steel cage match at 12:20 by escaping over the cage after ramming the challenger's head into that of an interfering Virgil at the top of the cage; moments prior to the finish, a fan climbed onto the cage but was quickly pulled down (Macho Madness, Best of the WWF Vol. 18, WWF Wrestling's Greatest Steel Cage Matches Ever!, Macho Madness: The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 25, 1988 (11,500)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Sean Mooney, Lord Alfred Hayes, & Superstar Billy Graham on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/15/88: Terry Taylor defeated Lanny Poffo via submission at 9:52 with the Scorpion Deathlock
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/8/88: Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 14:59 when Raymond pinned Michaels after Michaels was shoved off the top by Jacques; after the bout, Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid made the save (Best of the WWF Vol. 17)
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/8/88: Bret Hart pinned Danny Davis with the piledriver at 9:35
Don Muraco fought Greg Valentine to a time-limit draw at 18:41; after the bout, Valentine knocked Muraco out of the ring, with Superstar Billy Graham pulling Valentine out as well; moments later, Valentine attacked Graham with Muraco making the save and both clearing the ring with a steel chair
WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid at 20:25 when Smash pinned Smith after Jacques & Raymond Rougeau appeared and Jacques hit Smith with Fuji's cane
The Powers of Pain defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov at 7:37 when the Barbarian pinned Zhukov with the running powerslam / diving headbutt double team
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/1/88: King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned SD Jones at 7:06 with a side kick to the face
Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jim Duggan in a lumberjack match at 12:38 with an elbow drop; lumberjacks included Bret Hart, Don Muraco, Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty, SD Jones, the Dynamite Kid, Lanny Poffo, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau, Danny Davis, Terry Taylor, King Haku, Greg Valentine, and WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition; after the bout, all the lumberjacks began brawling after Andre attacked a few of them, with Duggan eventually clearing the heel lumberjacks from the ring with his 2x4

Summer Slam 88 - New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 29, 1988
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Superstar Billy Graham on commentary; included the announcement Brutus Beefcake was too injured to compete against WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man as originally scheduled; featured a video package recapping the attack by Ron Bass on Beefcake from the 8/27/88 WWF Superstars, during which Bass cut Beefcake's forehead with his spurs until Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty, Koko B. Ware, and others came out to make the save; during the segment, a giant X covered the screen to censor the blood; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with WWF World Champion Randy Savage, Hulk Hogan, & Miss Elizabeth regarding their upcoming match against Andre the Giant & Ted Dibiase; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Honkytonk & Jimmy Hart regarding Beefcake's injury at the hands of Bass and being replaced by another wrestler in the title match later in the show; during the segment, Honky repeatedly told Okerlund not to tell him who the replacement was because he wanted it to be a surprise; included an in-ring segment of the Brother Love Show in which Brother Love said the WWF promised him a special guest, with Brother Love then saying the only thing that made his guest special was the fact he was a guest on his show; Love then introduced Jim Duggan, with Duggan then coming out to the ring and telling Brother Love he was a phoney; Brother Love then said Duggan had no love, with Duggan eventually threatening to attack Brother Love with his 2x4 if he didn't leave the ring by the count of 5; Duggan got to 4 and then began swinging at Love, with Love then jumping out of the ring and running backstage; featured several minutes of highlights from the 1987 Survivor Series to promote the 2nd Annual Survivor Series; included Sean Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Jesse Ventura regarding his being the guest referee for the main event and his recent controversial dealings with Dibiase; featured a backstage segment in which Okerlund conducted an interview with Honky, alongside Hart, during which Jacques & Raymond Rougeau, Hercules, Dino Bravo, and Nikolai Volkoff tried to console Honky after his title loss; moments later, Honky said he would wrestle anyone but he never said he would wrestle the Ultimate Warrior and that he would get the title back; included Mooney conducting a backstage interview with the Warrior regarding his IC title win, with Warrior celebrating with Duggan, Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid, Don Muraco, the Junkyard Dog, and Ken Patera, during which Warrior said he would face Honky anytime he wanted
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/20/88: Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid fought Jacques & Raymond Rougeau to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:03; the bell rang as Dynamite had Jacques covered after hitting a headbutt after being thrown by Smith; after the match, Smith & Dynamite cleared the Rougeaus from the ring and chased them backstage
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/11/88: Bad News Brown pinned Ken Patera with the Ghetto Blaster at 6:33 after Patera hit his shoulder on the ringpost
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/18/88: Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated the Junkyard Dog via disqualification at 6:18 when Jake Roberts attacked Rude and knocked him out of the ring after Rude pulled down his tights to reveal another pair underneath, with Cheryl Roberts' face on the front
The Powers of Pain (w/ the Baron) defeated Boris Zhukoff & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) at 5:27 when Barbarian pinned Zhukov following the running powerslam / headbutt off the top combo (the TV debut of Baron Von Raschke as the Baron)
The Ultimate Warrior (sub. for Brutus Beefcake) pinned WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a flying shoulder block and splash at the 27-second mark to win the title (The Ultimate Warrior, The Brains Behind the Brawn, The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior, History of the Intercontinental Championship)
Prime Time Wrestling - 9/27/88: Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Don Muraco with a reversal into the side suplex at 5:28; Bobby Heenan joined the commentary team for the match; prior to the contest, Heenan said Andre the Giant was reading the Wall Street Journal backstage and Ted Dibiase was counting his money while Hulk Hogan & WWF World Champion Randy Savage were screaming and begging to be let out of their match
WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jimmy Hart) defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart at 9:49 when Smash pinned Hart after Ax hit Hart with Jimmy Hart's megaphone as Bret had Smash prepared for the piledriver; Jimmy Hart came out with the champions but was sent backstage early in the match by the challengers only to return during the final moments of the contest
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/4/88: The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Koko B. Ware with the sidewalk slam at 5:57
Jake Roberts pinned Hercules with the DDT at 10:06
Hulk Hogan & WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) & Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 13:57 when Hogan pinned Dibiase with the legdrop after Savage hit the flying elbowsmash; late in the bout, Elizabeth distracted the opposing team by climbing on the ring apron and taking off her skirt, with Savage then knocking Andre to the floor leading to the finish; Jesse Ventura was the guest referee for the bout (Hogan's first TV match in 3 months) (Summer Slam's Greatest Hits, Macho Madness, Macho Madness: The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection, The Top 25 WWE Rivalries)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 29, 1988 (13,500)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Rod Trongard, Superstar Billy Graham, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Terry Taylor defeated Sam Houston via referee's decision at 8:19; when the referee stopped the match, Taylor was trying to get Houston in a cradle as Houston fought back with punches
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/13/89: Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Conquistadors at 12:13 when Michaels scored the pin with a splash from Jannetty's shoulders
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/25/88: The Junkyard Dog defeated King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 11:40 when Heenan prevented the pinfall after JYD hit the powerslam; after the bout, JYD was doube teamed until he chased Heenan and Haku off with his chain (JYD's final MSG appearance)
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/4/88: Dino Bravo pinned B. Brian Blair at 13:45 with the side suplex
WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) fought Andre the Giant to a double count-out at 9:57 when Savage attacked Andre on the floor after Andre grabbed Elizabeth by her ankle; after the bout, Savage carried Elizabeth backstage as Andre posed with the title belt (WWF Greatest Champions, Legends of Wrestling: Andre the Giant and the Iron Sheik)
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/11/88: Scott Casey pinned Sandy Beach at 6:06 with a bulldog
Brutus Beefcake pinned Ron Bass with a crossbody at 10:50
Bad News Brown pinned Tito Santana with the Ghetto Blaster at 7:44
The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior via count-out at 3:48 after Hart jumped on the champion's back as he was on the arena floor

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 24, 1988 (12,500)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Rod Trongard, Superstar Billy Graham, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary; featured Sean Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Ted Dibiase, with Virgil, about Hercules and Virgil's match with him earlier in the show; included Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Jim Duggan about his upcoming match with Dino Bravo; featured Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Jacques & Raymond Rougeau about their upcoming match with Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart, with the Rougeaus saying they love when the Harts win because Jimmy Hart still owns half of their contract; included Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Rick Rude, with Bobby Heenan, about facing Jake Roberts later in the night, with Rude saying he would beat Roberts and take Cheryl Roberts out after the show:
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/1/88: Paul Roma pinned Danny Davis at 12:22 with a dropkick off the top to the back of Davis' head
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/14/88: The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Koko B. Ware with the sidewalk slam at 7:03; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the middle rope and assaulted him with the nightstick
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/1/88: WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 12:24 when Smash pinned Jannetty after falling backwards with Jannetty caught in a bearhug and Axe hitting a clothesline from the apron
Hercules defeated Virgil (w/ Ted Dibiase) via submission with the full nelson at 2:15; before the match, Dibiase took the mic and cut a promo, saying he bought Hercules; moments later, Hercules ran out and fought with Dibiase as the match began; after the bout, Dibiase attacked Hercules in an attempt to break the full nelson without success; Dibiase eventually tried choking Hercules with his own chain but Hercules quickly cleared him from the ring and stalked him all the way backstage
The Blue Blazer pinned Steve Lombardi with a moonsault off the top at 8:09 (Owen Hart's MSG debut)
WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 6:59 when Heenan ran around the ring and grabbed Savage's boot; prior to the match, Pat Patterson informed Howard Finkel that both Heenan and Elizabeth must remain in their corner and if they left the corner their wrestler would be disqualified; stipulations stated if Savage was counted-out he would lose the title; after the bout, Savage fought off Andre and Heenan; moments later, Andre threw a fit at ringside and scared off the commentary team
Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) defeated Jim Duggan via count-out at 8:16 after Duggan fought off Bravo on the floor and started stalking Martin around the ring as Bravo slid back in; after the bout, Duggan twice hit Martin with the 2x4, scared Bravo from the ring, and waved the American flag in the ring
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart fought Jacques & Raymond Rougeau to a time-limit draw at 22:32; the match initially ended as a time-limit draw at 19:28 after, behind the referee's back, Jacques rang the bell as Raymond was about to sustain the Hart Attack inside the ring, with the referee then believing the time limit had expired; after the initial ruling, Neidhart took the mic and challenged the Rougeaus to 5 more minutes; the Rougeaus acted like they would accept but then left ringside; Howard Finkel then announced that there were 3 minutes left in the match and the Rougeaus, while arguing with Pat Patterson on their way down the aisle, had to return to the ring
Jake Roberts (w/ Cheryl Roberts) pinned Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) with the DDT at 12:24; after the bout, Roberts held Rude up so Cheryl could slap him twice; moments later, Roberts laid Damien on top of Rude until Rude could roll out of the ring; pre-match stipulations stated that the participants could only make the pin after they hit their respective finishing hold; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel announced that Bobby Heenan would accompany Rude but Heenan never appeared (Jake 'The Snake' Roberts: Pick Your Poison)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 26, 1988 (19,700; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included rod trongard, Superstar Billy Graham, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Lanny Poffo pinned Barry Horowitz with a sunset flip
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/5/88: Mr. Perfect pinned Paul Roma with the Perfect Plex at 8:35; after the bout, Mr. Fuji came to the ring and announced he was the new manager of the Powers of Pain before hitting Roma with his cane; Roma retaliated which brought out the Powers of Pain who attacked him until he had to be taken from ringside on a stretcher
Ted Dibiase pinned Hercules after hitting him with a foreign object; after the bout, Hercules fought off Dibiase and Virgil and chased them backstage
Akeem pinned SD Jones with a splash
WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition fought the Powers of Pain to a double disqualification
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/5/88: Nikolai Volkoff pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 5:27 with a roll up
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/5/88: Tito Santana fought Greg Valentine to a time-limit draw; prior to the match, Freddie Blassie was introduced to the crowd and did guest commentary for the bout; after the bout, Santana cleared Valentine from the ring
WWF Women's Champion Rockin Robin pinned Sensational Sherri with a sunset flip
Hulk Hogan defeated the Big Bossman via count-out after Hogan handcuffed his opponent to the ring rope and clotheslined him over the top

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 30, 1988 (16,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Rod Trongard, Hillbilly Jim, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary; featured an appearance by Rick Rude in which he closed his eyes to allow a female audience member to kiss him, only for Hillbilly Jim to enter the ring and then kiss and hug the woman instead; Rude then attacked Jim from behind but Hillbilly eventually chased him from the ring:
The Blue Blazer fought the Red Rooster to a 20-minute time-limit draw; after the bout, Bad News Brown came to the ring and cut a promo on how everyone can remember this day as the day he won the world title
Mr. Perfect pinned Koko B. Ware at 11:42 with the Perfect Plex
The Bushwhackers defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov at 9:23 following the battering ram and a double gutbuster on Zhukov after Zhukov accidentally clotheslined his partner to the floor (the Bushwhackers' MSG debut) (SuperTape)
Jim Duggan pinned Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) in a flag match at 7:26 after Martin accidentally hit Bravo with the French flagpole ('Hacksaw' Jim Duggan)
Tim Horner pinned Barry Horowitz at 8:20 with a reverse roll up
The Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition via count-out at 6:55 in a No DQ match; after the bout, the champions cleared the POP from the ring after the challengers began posing with the belts
Greg Valentine pinned Ron Garvin at 17:09 with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage as Garvin argued with the referee after the referee took Valentine's shinguard from him when Garvin attempted to use it as a weapon; after the bout, Garvin used the weapon to clear Valentine from the ring (Garvin's MSG debut)
WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Bad News Brown at 9:54 by reversing a powerslam attempt into an inside cradle; after the bout, Brown returned to the ring and attacked Savage with a garbage can until the champion cleared him from the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 23, 1989 (14,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Rod Trongard & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/30/89: Sam Houston (sub. for Rick Martel) pinned Danny Davis at 9:39 with a bulldog
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/13/89: Mr. Perfect defeated Brutus Beefcake via count-out at 9:29 when Perfect came off the apron with a double axe handle as Beefcake was distracted by Ron Bass at ringside, who attempted to steal Beefcake's scissors (Best of the WWF Vol. 19)
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/30/89: Tim Horner pinned Jose Estrada at 8:15 with a reverse roll up into a bridge
Bret Hart fought the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double count-out at 12:04 when both men began brawling on the floor
Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 16:14 when Blanchard pinned Jannetty after Anderson swept Jannetty's foot out during an attempted suplex and held the laces of his boot down during the cover (Anderson & Blanchard's MSG debut) (Shawn Michaels: Heartbreak & Triumph)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/13/89: Rick Rude pinned Hillbilly Jim with the Rude Awakening at the 8-minute mark
Hercules defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) via reverse decision; Dibiase originally won the match via pinfall at 12:41 with his feet on the ropes but the referee overruled the call and gave the win to Hercules after Virgil, who was barred from ringside for the duration of the contest, attacked Hercules after the bout; prior to the decision being made, Hercules cleared Dibiase & Virgil out of the ring after Dibiase accidentally clotheslined Virgil when Hercules moved out of the way
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/30/89: Tito Santana pinned Ron Bass at 6:35 with a roll up after Bass became distracted by Brutus Beefcake at ringside and brawled with him on the floor before Beefcake pushed him back inside the ring
The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) defeated Hulk Hogan via disqualification at 9:29 when Hogan brought Bossman's nightstick into the ring and shoved referee Dave Hebner after twice hitting the legdrop but opting not to make the cover; early in the bout, Hogan handcuffed Slick to the ringpost but Bossman later uncuffed his manager

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 20, 1989 (20,000; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Rod Trongard & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary (Trongard's last appearance):
Jim Powers pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a small package at 12:14; during the ring introductions, Howard Finkel accidentally referred to Sharpe as "Canada's strongest man" instead of "Canada's greatest athlete"
The Brooklyn Brawler (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned the Red Rooster at 14:40 when Heenan grabbed Rooster's foot and held his leg down as he attempted a suplex into the ring, with Brawler falling on top for the win; after the match, Rooster cleared Brawler from the ring; later in the show, Brawler returned ringside and challenged Rooster to a rematch anytime and any place, noting how easy it was to beat him
Big John Studd fought Akeem to a double count-out at 7:49 when both men began brawling on the floor; after the match, Studd challenged Akeem to come back out so he could slam him, which he did after pulling Akeem into the ring while he was on the apron (Studd's MSG return after more than a 2-year absence; his final MSG appearance)
The Bushwhackers defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau at 12:15 when Butch pinned Jacques after Luke hit Jacques with an axe handle behind the referee's back as Jacques had Butch covered after being tripped from the floor by Raymond (The Most Powerful Families of Wrestling)
Brutus Beefcake pinned Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 18:48 with a reverse roll up; after the match, Rude threw Beefcake out of the ring, with Beefcake chan chasing Rude out of the ring using his scissors
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/27/89: Rick Martel fought King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a 20-minute draw as Martel attempted to apply the Boston Crab; after the bout, Martel cleared Haku from the ring with two dropkicks
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/26/89: Greg Valentine pinned Jim Neidhart at 8:06 after pulling off his shinguard and hitting Neidhart with it after Neidhart shoved the referee down
WWF World Champion Randy Savage defeated WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior via count-out at 9:34 in a non-title match when Savage came off the top with a double axe handle as the Warrior was attacking Rick Rude on the floor, who came ringside mid-way through the contest; after the match, Savage and Rude shook hands and hugged before Warrior tossed the world champion to the floor and hit the gorilla press slam on Rude (Wrestling Super Heroes)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 18, 1989 (matinee) (20,000; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Tony Schiavone & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary; featured Lanny Poffo reading a poem about WrestleMania V in which he praised WWF World Champion Randy Savage and said he would beat Hulk Hogan; Poffo then left the ring, opting not to throw his trademark frisbee into the crowd:
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/10/89: Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated the Conquistadors at 13:19 when Roma scored the pin with a missile dropkick
WWF Women's Champion Rockin Robin pinned Judy Martin at 9:59 with a roll up after Martin missed a splash in the corner
Mr. Perfect pinned Ron Garvin at 12:21 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Garvin put Perfect on top for the pin
Hulk Hogan defeated the Big Bossman (w/ Slick) in a steel cage match at 11:14 by escaping over the top after handcuffing Bossman to the cage bars, and barely getting to the floor before Bossman escaped out the door; after the bout, Hogan hit Bossman in the head with a chair on the outside, then attacked Slick inside the cage and threw him into the bars (Hulkamania 4, Best of the WWF: Steel Cage Matches, Best of Hulkamania)
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via disqualification at 13:53 when Anderson pulled the referee out of the ring as Michaels had Blanchard covered following a Rocket Launcher (Allied Powers)
The Red Rooster pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 11:50 with a backslide; stipulations stated Bobby Heenan was barred from ringside for the match
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/17/89: Hercules fought Bad News Brown to a double count-out at 14:48 when both men began brawling on the floor and News prevented Hercules from getting back in the ring
Jim Duggan & the Bushwhackers defeated Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin), Jacques, & Raymond Rougeau at the 15-minute mark when Butch pinned Jacques after Duggan hit him with the 2x4 from the floor as Jacques was on the apron

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 24, 1989 (16,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Tony Schiavone & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/12/89: Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned the Blue Blazer at 10:57 by catching him coming off the top rope and slamming him to the mat (Owen Hart's final MSG appearance for 3 and a half years)
Hillbilly Jim defeated the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at the 24-second mark after Honky attacked Jim from behind with Hart's megaphone after Jim became distracted by Hart, with Honky & Hart then further attacking Jim before leaving ringside; after Hillbilly got to his feet, he grabbed the mic and said he didn't want that type of victory and challenged Honky to come back out and continue the match, but the challenge went unanswered
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/30/89: Dino Bravo pinned Hercules at 16:26 by sitting on Herc's chest and then holding onto the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Hercules applied the full nelson on Bravo (WWF Strong Men)
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/8/89: Paul Roma pinned Boris Zhukov at 12:21 with a powerslam; after the bout, Hillbilly Jim returned to the ring and said he said he wanted to fight the Honkytonk Man anywhere he could get a match with him; later in the show, Howard Finkel announced a rematch had been signed for 5/8 at the Meadowlands
Jake Roberts pinned Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) at 16:16 with a roll up as Dibiase played to the fans; after the bout, Dibiase & Virgil attacked Jake until they knocked him out of the ring, as Dibiase & Virgil then began to leave ringside, Jake pulled Virgil back inside the ring, where he was about to lay Damien across him, but Dibiase returned to ringside and pulled Virgil away before Jake could do anything (SuperTape)
Mr. Perfect fought Bret Hart to a 20-minute time limit draw at 19:05; after the bout, Hart challenged Perfect to 5 more minutes, with the two briefly brawling until Hart sent his opponent to the floor (The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect)
The Bushwhackers defeated Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard at 10:02 when Butch pinned Anderson after Luke headbutted Anderson in the mid-section when he was attempting to powerslam Butch, with Butch falling on top for the pin
Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at 10:36 after Sherri jumped on Hogan's back to prevent him from reentering the ring, and Savage attacked Hogan from behind after Hogan he got Sherri off him and then quickly reentered the ring on the 9-count; after the bout, Sherri put the world title belt around Savage's waist and raised his hand in victory until Hogan snuck up behind them, rammed their heads together and reclaimed his title belt before chasing both from the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 30, 1989 (20,000; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Tony Schiavone & Hillbilly Jim on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/20/89: The Genius pinned Koko B. Ware at 13:01 with a roll up
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/20/89: Jimmy Snuka pinned the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 10:27 with a bodyslam and diving headbutt off the top after Honky collided with Hart on the ring apron (Snuka's MSG return after a 4 1/2 year absence) (World Tour)
Mr. Perfect pinned the Red Rooster after reversing a small package at 9:38
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/4/89: Mark Young pinned Barry Horowitz with a reverse sunset flip at 10:58 (Young's MSG debut)
WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 9:28 after Andre pulled referee Danny Davis in front of a charge by the Warrior; after the bout, Warrior repeatedly hit Andre with the title belt on the floor, knocking him down
Demolition defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 12:51 when Blanchard pulled the referee out of the ring as Smash had Anderson covered following a double team Hot Shot; after the bout, Howard Finkel accidentally announced Anderson & Blanchard as the winners before then correcting himself and saying Demolition won (Anderson & Blanchard's last MSG appearance)
Greg Valentine pinned Ron Garvin at 17:05 by blocking a sunset flip and grabbing the ropes for leverage
Roddy Piper fought Rick Rude to a double count-out at 11:00; moments later, Piper brought Rude out from backstage and threw him back into the ring, then hitting him in the head with a steel chair and punching referee Danny Davis; Rude then hit Piper with the chair and fled the ring (Piper's MSG return after a 2 1/2 year absence)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 28, 1989 (16,000)
Televised on the MSG Network 10/29/89 - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Hillbilly Jim on commentary; included Sean Mooney conducting backstage interviews with Mr. Perfect, the Bushwhackers, and Andre the Giant & Bobby Heenan prior to their matches; included Mooney conducting separate interviews with Jim Duggan and Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri about their rematch on the 11/25 MSG card with two referees signed for the match:
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/27/89: Tito Santana pinned Boris Zhukov (sub. for Barry Windham) at 12:46 with the flying forearm
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/27/89: Al Perez pinned Conquistador #1 (Jose Luis Rivera) at 10:15 with a spinning crucifix powerbomb (Perez' MSG debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/19/90: Bret Hart fought Dino Bravo to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 18:22
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/27/89: The Brooklyn Brawler pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 7:34 after sending Rivera face-first to the mat from the middle rope
Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Jim Dugagn at 16:04 after Sherri held Savage's leg on the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Duggan cleared Savage from the ring with the 2X4 (Mega Matches)
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/27/89: Hercules defeated Akeem via count-out at 11:19 after Akeem fell to the floor when Hercules ducked a clothesline
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/18/89: Mr. Perfect pinned Jimmy Snuka at 10:36 with the Perfect Plex
WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned Andre the Giant after a matter of seconds with three clotheslines and a splash; no bell could be heard to start the match and Warrior's music never stopped playing after his entrance; prior to the bout, Bobby Heenan was order backstage by a count of 10 or he would be suspended; after the bout, Andre grabbed the microphone, protesting the decision to referee Danny Davis saying there was no bell rung to start the match so how could he make a 3-count
The Bushwhackers defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 7:55 when Fuji interfered and hit Luke with the cane; after the bout, Butch cleared the POP from the ring with the cane after Fuji dropped it when fleeing the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 25, 1989 (8,200)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Hillbilly Jim on commentary; included Miss Elizabeth & Sensational Sherri as guests of the Brother Love Show:
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/18/89: Haku pinned Paul Roma at 10:08 with a side kick to the face after Roma ran into the corner when Haku moved out of the way
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart fought Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:39 when Neidhart and Jannetty, the illegal men, began shoving each other in the ring; after the bout, the two teams continued brawling until several officials as well as Hercules, Tito Santana, and Paul Roma came in to break them apart (Shawn Michaels: His Journey, Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart)
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/1/90: Al Perez pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a spinning vertical suplex at 8:33
Jake Roberts defeated Ted Dibiase via disqualification at 15:09
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/25/89: Tito Santana fought Bad News Brown to a double count-out at 15:53 when both men began brawling on the floor, with both men trying to grab hold of a steel chair
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/2/90: Dino Bravo pinned Hercules with an elbow drop at 9:11
Jim Duggan defeated Randy Savage via count-out at 7:33

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 28, 1989 (13,500)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Hillbilly Jim on commentary; included Sean Mooney conducting backstage interviews with Demolition, Rick Rude & Bobby Heenan prior to their matches; included Mooney introducing promos from the Powers of Pain & Mr. Fuji and Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty about their match on the 1/15 MSG card; included Mooney interviewing Jake Roberts about his return match with Dibiase on the 1/15 card also, with the announcement Dibiase would be putting his Million $ Belt on the line for the first time; included Mooney introducing promos from Mr. Perfect & the Genius and WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan about their title match on the 1/15 MSG card:
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/22/90: Tito Santana pinned Bob Bradley with the flying forearm at 14:24
Little Cocoa & Karate Chris Dube defeated Cowboy Cottrell & Little Tokyo at 11:55 when Cottrell & Tokyo were both pinned by Dube & Cocoa in a pile on
Rick Martel pinned Brutus Beefcake at 14:48 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and holding onto the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Beefcake put Martel in the sleeper but Bobby Heenan revived Martel and he was able to retreat backstage before having his hair cut (WrestleFest 90)
Tugboat Thomas pinned Dale Wolfe at 2:28 with a splash (Tugboat's MSG debut)
Jake Roberts pinned Ted Dibiase at 18:37 with the DDT in a No DQ match; Virgil was barred from ringside for the match but later prevented Roberts from stealing the Million $ belt (Battle of the WWF Superstars, WWE's Top 50 Superstars of All Time)
Koko B. Ware pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 12:07 with the Ghostbuster
WWF Tag Team Champions Andre the Giant & Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Demolition via count-out at 11:12 when Smash was counted out after Andre headbutted Smash in the back of the head and threw him out of the ring; after the bout, Demolition clotheslined Andre out of the ring and hit the Decapitation on Haku with Smash making his own 3-count as Ax pinned Haku
Roddy Piper defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 12:55 by knocking Rude out with brass knuckles, which were thrown to Rude by Heenan, and leaving through the door; both men simultaneously hit the floor by escaping over the top at 8:09 but the match was ordered to continue (Wrestling Super Heroes, SuperTape 2; Best of the WWF: Steel Cage Matches, Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story, Legends of Wrestling: Roddy Piper and Terry Funk)

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