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WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 15, 1990 (11,500)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Hillbilly Jim on commentary:
The Genius pinned Jim Neidhart after Mr. Perfect interfered and hit Neidhart with the Genius' scroll (1st Annual Battle of the WWF Superstars)
The Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 9:59 when the Barbarian pinned Michaels with an elbow drop after Fuji tripped Michaels from the ring apron; after the bout, Michaels was thrown to the floor and Jannetty sustained a brutal triple teaming before Michaels eventually cleared the ring with a steel chair (SuperTape 2)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/12/90: Al Perez pinned Paul Roma when the momentum of a flying crossbody by Roma put Perez on top
Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via disqualification at 13:36 after Hogan hit the challenger with his own pair of brass knuckles, moments after Perfect used them behind the referee's back; the bell did not ring until after the champion hit the legdrop and made the cover (WrestleFest 90, The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect)
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/19/90: Akeem (sub. for Bob Orton Jr. who was to have returned) pinned Bret Hart at 8:30 by blocking a sunset flip and hitting a sit-down splash
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/12/90: Jimmy Snuka & Ron Garvin fought the Honkytonk Man & Greg Valentine to a 20-minute draw
Ted Dibiase defeated Jake Roberts via count-out at 20:31 when Roberts attacked Virgil on the floor; the Million $ belt was at stake in the match

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 19, 1990 (13,800)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon, Lord Alfred Hayes, & Hillbilly Jim on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/5/90: Tito Santana pinned Buddy Rose with the flying forearm
Earthquake pinned Ron Garvin at 7:35 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Garvin sustained three more sit-down splashes before being taken backstage on a stretcher
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/12/90: Rick Martel defeated the Red Rooster via submission with the Boston Crab at 21:00
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Brutus Beefcake defeated Mr. Perfect & the Genius at 15:27 when Hogan pinned the Genius with the legdrop; after the bout, Perfect left ringside as the Genius was put in Beefcake's sleeper and had some of his hair cut (SuperTape 2)
Bad News Brown pinned Jim Brunzell at 14:39 with the Ghetto Blaster
Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) defeated Akeem (w/ Slick) via count-out at 9:04 after Slick accidentally hit Akeem on the floor (1st Annual Battle of the WWF Superstars)
Jim Duggan, Shawn Michaels, & Marty Jannetty defeated Mr. Fuji & the Powers of Pain at 16:38 when Jannetty pinned Fuji after Duggan used his 2X4 as a weapon

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 19, 1990 (9,500)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon, Lord Alfred Hayes, and Hillbilly Jim on commentary; included Sean Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Bret Hart about his upcoming match against Rick Martel; featured Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Martel about his upcoming bout with Hart; included Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Brutus Beefcake about facing Dino Bravo; featured Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Mr. Perfect about facing WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior, with Perfect saying he would prove Warrior was just another man and his perfect winning streak would stay intact; included Howard Finkel announcing Earthquake would face WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at the 4/30/90 MSG event; moments later, Earthquake and Jimmy Hart came out, with Earthquake taking the mic and saying he would put Hogan out of wrestling:
Jim Powers pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a powerslam at 13:00
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/90: Hercules defeated Black Bart via submission to a backbreaker at 12:06
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/90: Koko B. Ware pinned Frenchy Martin with the Ghostbuster at 12:40
The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Demolition via count-out at 10:58 after Sato threw salt into Ax' eyes as Ax attempted to hit Fuji with his own cane on the floor (SuperTape 2)
Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Duggan with a splash in the corner and elbow drop at 6:30 after Hart grabbed Duggan's leg from the floor; after the match, Earthquake hit another elbow drop and tossed Jim Powers and Koko B. Ware from the ring when they tried to intervene; Duggan then chased Earthquake and Hart backstage with his 2x4
Bret Hart (sub. for Roddy Piper) fought Rick Martel to a time-limit draw at 21:36; the match ended as both men fought on the floor; after the bout, Hart fought off an attack from Martel and hit a clothesline to the floor (SuperTape 2)
Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Brutus Beefcake via count-out at 11:27 when, as Hart distracted the referee while Beefcake had Bravo in the sleeper, Earthquake came out, pulled Beefcake to the floor, and rammed him into the ringpost; after the contest, Earthquake twice hit an elbow drop on Beefcake inside the ring; two referees then came out and ordered Earthquake out of the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/9/90: Tugboat pinned Pez Whatley with a splash at 5:51
WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned Mr. Perfect with the gorilla press slam and splash at 10:02 (Perfect's first TV loss)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 30, 1990 (9,500)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Hercules pinned Haku at 12:53
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/7/90: Paul Diamond pinned Jim Powers at 9:53 by reversing a powerslam into a small package
Jake Roberts pinned Bad News Brown with the DDT at 13:05
Nikolai Volkoff pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 6:45
The Barbarian pinned Jimmy Snuka at 6:35
The Big Bossman defeated Ted Dibiase
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/21/90: Dino Bravo pinned the Red Rooster at 4:45 with the side suplex
The Honkytonk Man & Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Bushwhackers via count-out at 13:01 when Luke chased Honky backstage with a steel chair after Honky threw Butch into the ringpost, leaving only Valentine in the ring; after the match, Valentine threw Butch back inside the ring and continued to attack him but was hit by Luke weilding a chair as he attempted to put Butch in the figure-4; the Bushwhackers then knocked Valentine to the floor with the battering ram (1st Annual Battle of the WWF Superstars, WWF's Funniest Moments)
Hulk Hogan defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 8:39 when Hart broke the pinfall after Hogan's legdrop; after the bout, Hogan fought off Earthquake before dropping him with a bodyslam (Hulkamania Forever, Hulk Hogan: The Unreleased Archives)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 21, 1990 (11,000+)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; Lord Alfred Hayes subbed for Heenan for the Tito Santana vs. Barbarian, Jim Duggan vs. Rick Rude, and main event matches:
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/29/90: Dustin Rhodes pinned Paul Diamond at around the 13-minute mark with a flying forearm and an elbow drop; Rhodes used the "Crank it Up" song by Jimmy Hart as his theme song (Dustin's MSG debut)
Sgt. Slaughter defeated Nikolai Volkoff via submission with the Camel Clutch at 8:40
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/5/90: The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tito Santana at 13:28 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Santana put the Barbarian on top for the win
Paul Roma (w/ Hercules) pinned Marty Jannetty at 13:43 when Hercules swept Jannetty's feet from under him as Jannetty attempted to slam Roma and held the leg down during the pin; Jannetty's opponent was determined via a coin toss before the match (SuperTape 3)
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/5/90: Ron Garvin pinned Bob Bradley at 12:21 with a roll up
Prime Time Wrestling - 10/22/90: Jim Duggan defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 9:10 after Rude pushed the referee to the mat (Rude's last MSG appearance for 7 years)
WWF World Champion Ultimate Warrior & the Legion of Doom defeated Demolition Ax, Smash, & Crush when Warrior pinned Smash at 12:59 with the shoulderblock / splash combo; before the bout, Bobby Heenan left the commentary table and cut an in-ring promo on the Big Bossman's mother until Jim Duggan ran out and cleared Heenan from the ring with his 2x4 (SuperTape 3)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 19, 1990 (9,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included an in-ring performance by Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man of "Hunka Hunka Honky Love;" featured Sean Mooney hosting an Event Center segment with promos by Earthquake & Jimmy Hart, Hulk Hogan, Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan, and Jim Duggan regarding their matches for the 11/24/90 MSG event; included Lord Alfred Hayes conducting a backstage interview with Dusty Rhodes, with Rhodes challenging Ted Dibiase & Virgil to a tag team match against he and his son Dustin; featured Hayes conducting a backstage interview with Dibiase, alongside Virgil, in which he accepted Rhodes' challenge:
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/26/90: Shane Douglas pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a sunset flip at 10:19
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/12/90: The Warlord pinned Koko B. Ware at 8:07 after dropping him throat-first across the top rope
Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) fought WWF IC Champion Kerry Von Erich to a double count-out at 8:50; after the match, Perfect cut a promo in the ring regarding the bad officiating in the match and demanded a rematch with a referee that knew what he was doing; Lord Alfred Hayes provided guest commentary for the bout
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/12/90: Iron Mike Sharpe pinned SD Jones at 10:56 after hitting him with the loaded forearm
Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Dusty Rhodes via disqualification at 8:46 after Rhodes hit Dibiase with the timekeeper's bell, brought into the ring by Virgil; after the match, Dibiase knocked Rhodes out with the weapon
Davey Boy Smith pinned Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 19:34 with the running powerslam (Mega Matches)
Tugboat defeated Dino Bravo via disqualification at 8:28 after Bravo continuously prevented Tugboat from reentering the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/26/90: WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man at 6:10 when Bret pinned Honky after Valentine accidentally hit Honky with his guitar

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 24, 1990 (15,700 paid)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Sean Mooney, the Honkytonk Man, & Jimmy Hart on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/24/90: Davey Boy Smith pinned Buddy Rose
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/7/91: Tugboat pinned Boris Zhukov (sub. for Dino Bravo) at 5:57 with the splash
Earthquake defeated Hulk Hogan via count-out
WWF IC Champion Kerry Von Erich pinned Mr. Perfect at 11:38 when Von Erich lifted his shoulder following a back suplex and bridge by the challenger; Roddy Piper was the guest referee for the bout; after the bout, Perfect celebrated with the title belt, believing he had won, until the decision was announced; moments later, Perfect repeatedly hit both Von Erich and Piper with the title belt until referees swarmed the ring; Piper eventually struggled to his feet, went after Perfect, but then returned to the ring to raise Von Erich's hand in victory (The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect)
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/7/91: Shane Douglas pinned Haku at 7:48 with a crossbody off the middle turnbuckle
WWF Tag Team Champion Bret Hart pinned the Barbarian at 4:09 with a sunset flip (2nd Annual Battle of the WWF Superstars, Mega Matches)
Ted Dibiase & Virgil defeated Dusty & Dustin Rhodes when Virgil pinned Dustin at 8:51 after Dibiase dropped Dustin with a powerslam behind the referee's back as the referee was distracted by Dusty and the Honkytonk Man arguing at the announce table (American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)
Sgt. Slaughter pinned Jim Duggan after Gen. Adnan hit Duggan with the Iraqi flag
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Demolition via disqualification when Crush pulled the referee outside the ring and punched him as Smash was being covered

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 28, 1990 (13,700)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/14/91: Koko B. Ware pinned Black Bart at 10:07 with the Ghostbuster
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/14/91: Jimmy Snuka defeated the Warlord via disqualification at 8:28 when the Warlord refused to stop choking Snuka on the ropes; after the bout, Snuka eventually cleared Warlord from the ring
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty fought Paul Roma & Hercules to a time-limit draw at 21:11; late in the bout, the middle rope broke as Hercules attempted a superplex on Michaels; after the bout all four men continued brawling until Herc & Roma escaped the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/7/91: Saba Simba defeated Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 8:29 after Valentine pushed the referee; after the bout, Hart hit Valentine with his own guitar when Simba moved out of the way, busting him open in the process; when Valentine came around, he almost attacked Hart after the crowd began cheering Valentine to do so but Hart was able to escape before anything could happen (Tony Atlas’ first MSG appearance in 4 and a half years and his final MSG appearance)
Hulk Hogan & Tugboat defeated Earthquake & Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 9:24 when Hogan pinned Bravo with a roll up following a boot to the face; after the bout as Hogan & Tugboat were posing, Earthquake & Jimmy Hart returned to the ring, with Hart throwing salt into Tugboat’s eyes, and Earthquake attacking Hogan with a chair and hitting the sit-down splash; after the bout, Hogan refused to be stretchered out of the ring
Kerry Von Erich pinned Virgil (sub. for Ted Dibiase who underwent knee surgery) at 7:55 following the Tornado Punch; after the bout, Virgil shook Tornado's hand; following this bout, Jimmy Hart came to the ring, and said what happened to Hulk Hogan earlier, was only the beginning, he then went on to say that the Honkytonk Man had challenged Greg Valentine to a match and that Valentine had refused to accept, it was announced later in the show however that Valentine had accepted the match and it would take place the following month, but it didn’t due to Honky leaving the WWF
Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan defeated Dusty Rhodes & Jim Duggan at 9:10 when Rhodes submitted to Slaughter's Camel Clutch after Duggan chased Adnan backstage (Rhodes’ final MSG appearance)
Roddy Piper defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect via count-out at 12:38 after Piper crotched the champion on the top rope by shaking it as Perfect was about to jump from it; after the bout, both men continued brawling with Piper eventually hitting Perfect in the head with his own title belt (Legends of Wrestling: Roddy Piper and Terry Funk)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 21, 1991
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Sean Mooney & Bobby Heenan on commentary, with Brother Love replacing Heenan beginning with the Big Bossman / Hercules match:
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/28/91: Paul Roma pinned Shane Douglas with a powerslam; the bout seemed to have ended moments earlier when Roma pinned Douglas by reversing a crossbody off the top but they continued to wrestle even after the bell sounded; the referee gave a fast count for the powerslam cover and Roma refused to have his hand raised in victory following the win
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/4/91: Tito Santana pinned Koko B. Ware following the flying forearm at 10:10; Koko played the heel for the contest (SuperTape 4)
The Undertaker (w/ Brother Love) pinned Jimmy Snuka with the tombstone at 7:14 after catching Snuka in mid-air (Taker's MSG debut)
Davey Boy Smith defeated the Warlord via disqualification in an arm wrestling contest
The Legion of Doom defeated Demolition at 2:58 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Smash after Road Warrior Hawk hit the flying clothesline as Smash attempted a piledriver on Animal
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/26/91: The Big Bossman defeated Hercules via disqualification when Paul Roma interfered and hit a missile dropkick; after the bout, Bossman was double teamed by Power & Glory and eventually tied up with Hercules' chain; moments later, Bobby Heenan came out and began slapping Bossman in the face until the Legion of Doom made the save
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/2/91: Greg Valentine pinned Dino Bravo (sub. for the Honkytonk Man) (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a small package at 8:53 after reversing Bravo's attempt at the figure-4
The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Bushwhackers at 7:49 when Brian Knobs pinned Butch after Jerry Sags hit an elbow off the middle turnbuckle behind the referee's back as Butch had Knobs covered (2nd Annual Battle of the WWF Superstars)
Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated the Ultimate Warrior in a steel cage match at 10:33 by escaping over the top while the Warrior was distracted by an interfering Sensational Sherri, who entered through the door and climbed the cage to choke Warrior with her clothing; after the bout, Savage was able to escape the cage after a number of referees and the Nasty Boys restrained Warrior; moments thereafter, Warrior hit the gorilla press slam on Sherri (Best of the WWF: Steel Cage Matches, Mega Matches, The Greatest Cage Matches of All Time)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 15, 1991 (14,500)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/2/91: Marty Jannetty pinned Pat Tanaka (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 10:52 by reversing a tombstone piledriver attempt and hitting his own for the win (WrestleFest 91)
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/2/91: The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Koko B. Ware at 4:43 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed his opponent to the bottom rope and assaulted him with the shock stick
Davey Boy Smith pinned the Warlord at 10:34 with a roll up after Warlord ran into the corner; after the bout, Warlord applied the full nelson on Smith, until he was pulled off by two referees
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Tugboat at 3:23 with an elbow drop off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/26/91: WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Earthquake & Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 10:24 when Bret pinned Bravo after Neidhart powerslammed his partner onto Bravo; after the bout, Earthquake hit the sit-down splash on Bret until Neidhart cleared the ring with a chair
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/2/91: The Barbarian pinned Jim Brunzell with a boot to the face at 7:13
Kerry Von Erich (w/ Virgil) pinned Ted Dibiase at 4:50 after Virgil tripped Dibiase, with Von Erich falling on top for the win; prior to the bout, Kerry introduced Virgil as a surprise corner man
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/26/91: Kato (w/ Mr. Fuji & Pat Tanaka) pinned Shawn Michaels (w/ Marty Jannetty) with a backslide at 12:50 after Tanaka interfered and hit Michaels with Mr. Fuji’s cane while the referee was distracted by Jannetty trying to get Fuji off the ring apron
Jim Duggan (w/ Hulk Hogan) defeated WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) via disqualification in a flag match at 14:12 when Adnan prevented the pinfall after Hogan interfered and hit the champion in the back with Duggan's 2x4; after the bout, Slaughter and Adnan attacked Duggan and Hogan with both Duggan's 2x4 and the Iraqi flag until referees swarmed the ring; moments later, as Gen. Adnan returned ringside to grab Slaughter's title belt, he was attacked by Hogan and Duggan and quickly sent to the floor (2nd Annual Battle of the WWF Superstars)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 22, 1991 (12,200)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, & Jim Neidhart on commentary; included a segment in which Lord Alfred Hayes discussed visiting Roddy Piper and Ted Dibiase backstage earlier in the night, with Piper refusing to speak and Dibiase saying he would send Piper out of the ring on a stretcher:
Ricky Steamboat pinned Haku with the crossbody off the top at 9:35 after Haku missed a charge into the corner
Paul Roma & Hercules defeated the Bushwhackers when Roma pinned Butch at 8:34 after Hercules and Luke took turns dropping elbows on Roma and Butch behind the referee's back and putting their partner on top
The Big Bossman pinned the Mountie at 7:56 with the sidewalk slam; during the Mountie's entrance, Lord Alfred Hayes questioned him at ringside as to if he had any law enforcement authority in the United States, with the Mountie saying he had jurisdiction in the WWF and would prove Bossman was just a hick cop; late in the match, Mountie took the mic and said, "I'm going to show you who the real boss is" to the fans; after the bout, Mountie jumped Bossman from behind and repeatedly shocked him with his cattle prod until several referees came to the ring
Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen Adnan) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via disqualification at 16:00 when referee Joey Marella came to, saw Hogan with a steel chair, and believed Hogan had been the one that twice hit him with the weapon as he was knocked down; Hogan was double teamed by both men to start the match, before quickly tossing them both to the floor; Hogan's head was bandaged until Slaughter removed the bandage early in the contest, exposing a bloody gash underneath; during the contest, Hogan used a steel chair on the floor and Slaughter hit Hogan with the title belt outside the ring, both in clear view of the referee; late in the bout, Adnan gave Slaughter the chair, with Slaughter missing Hogan before Hogan stole it away and attacked Adnan with it; after the match, Slaughter and Adnan attempted to throw a fireball at Hogan but Hogan avoided it and chased them backstage with the chair; Hogan then brought a young fan in the ring with him to pose and wave the American flag
IRS pinned Jimmy Snuka at 6:33 by grabbing the tights for leverage after the momentum of a reverse crossbody from the middle turnbuckle by Snuka put IRS on top; IRS wore black trunks that read "IRS" on the back, and brown leggings for the match; prior to the contest, IRS cut an in-ring promo in which he said most tax cheats lived in New York City (Mike Rotunda's MSG return after more than a 4-year absence)
Kerry Von Erich fought the Warlord to a double count-out at 9:15 when both men began brawling on the floor (Rampage 91)
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/14/91: Shawn Michaels, Marty Jannetty, & Virgil defeated the Orient Express & Mr. Fuji at 10:33 when Virgil applied the Million $ Dream on Tanaka
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Roddy Piper via referee’s decision at 7:33 when referee Danny Davis stopped the match as Piper was caught in the figure-4 to prevent further injury to Piper's leg; Piper used bagpipe music for his entrance but not his WWF theme song; Dibiase came to the ring in possession of a crutch; during the match, Dibiase hit Piper with a steel chair; after the annoucement of the ruling, Piper stripped Sherri of her dress, cleared Dibiase from the ring, and knocked Davis from the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 3, 1991
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, & Jim Neidhart on commentary; Jim Quinn of the World Bodybuilding Federation was shown in attendance; included Sean Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Mr. Fuji about the Barbarian's loss earlier in the show and Bobby Heenan being upset with him, with Fuji challenging a team of Heenan's against a team of his own; featured Mooney conducting a backstage interview with the Big Bossman about his upcoming match with the Mountie; included Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Sgt. Slaughter, with Gen. Adnan, about his attack on Jim Duggan earlier in the show and facing WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan later in the show in a Desert Storm match; featured Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Hogan about the upcoming match with Slaughter:
Tugboat pinned the Brooklyn Brawler
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/24/91: Ricky Steamboat pinned Demolition Smash with the flying bodypress at 10:14 (Rampage 91)
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/24/91: The Warlord pinned Koko B. Ware at 10:33 after dropping Koko throat-first across the top rope
Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Jim Duggan via count-out at 5:47 after Duggan chased Adnan backstage and was attacked by Sgt. Slaughter in the hallway; Slaughter assaulted Duggan with the 2x4 and Adnan also stomped him until the two were forced away by officials
Bret Hart pinned the Barbarian (w/ Mr. Fuji - sub. for Bobby Heenan) at 12:09 after Fuji accidentally hit the Barbarian with his cane; prior to the match, Howard Finkel announced that Heenan, due to his broadcast obligations, had agreed to allow Fuji to manage Barbarian for the contest; after the bout, Heenan and Barbarian argued with Fuji regarding the loss
Prime Time Wresting - 6/10/91: Jimmy Snuka pinned Bob Bradley at 4:02 with the splash off the top
Earthquake defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification at 10:56 when, after Roberts tripped Earthquake as Earthquake attempted the sit-down splash on the snake bag, Roberts took Lucifer out of the bag and scared Earthquake to the floor
The Mountie pinned the Big Bossman at 5:50 after using his shock stick as a weapon behind the referee's back; after the match, Mountie continued to shock Bossman until referees swarmed the ring; the Mountie then took the mic and said he was the only law and order
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/24/91: Road Warrior Animal pinned Paul Roma (w/ Hercules) with a powerslam at 5:00 after Roma accidentally hit an interfering Hercules with a missile dropkick; prior to the bout, a coin toss was held to see which of Roma and Hercules would compete (Rampage 91)
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) in a Desert Storm match at 15:34 when Adnan threw in the towel as Hogan had Slaughter in the Camel Clutch after throwing a fire ball in his face; after the bout, Hogan cleared Slaughter from the ring and celebrated with a young fan (WWF Greatest Champions, WWF Champion Hulk Hogan's Greatest Matches)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 1, 1991 (8,800)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included Randy Savage as a guest of the Barber Shop in which Savage admitted he was planning on proposing to Miss Elizabeth on the coming week's edition of WWF Superstars and if she said yes the two would marry at Summer Slam; featured Sean Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Earthquake & Jimmy Hart regarding Earthquake's upcoming match against Jake Roberts, with Andre the Giant in Roberts' corner; included Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Roberts & Andre regarding the upcoming match; featured Mooney conducting a backstage interview with the Barbarian & Haku regarding their upcoming match against the Orient Express, during which Barbarian blamed Mr. Fuji for his previous loss at MSG; included Mooney conducting a backstage interview with the Undertaker & Paul Bearer regarding Taker's upcoming bodybag match against the Ultimate Warrior:
Prime Time Wresting - 7/15/91: Dino Bravo pinned Shane Douglas at 5:32 with the side suplex
Prime Time Wrestling - 8/5/91: Ricky Steamboat pinned Paul Roma with the crossbody off the top at 11:05 after Roma hit the opposite corner chest-first
The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Jimmy Snuka at 7:16 after catching him in mid-air and dropping him throat-first across the top rope
Prime Time Wresting - 7/29/91: WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart via disqualification at 13:46 after referee Joey Marella caught Bret intercept Jimmy Hart's motorcycle helmet and hit both champions with it (Hart & Neidhart's last match as a team for 6 years)
Prime Time Wresting - 7/29/91: The Warlord pinned Greg Valentine at 10:19 with a powerslam after Valentine hit the corner
Jake Roberts (w/ Andre the Giant) pinned Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 10:30 with the DDT after Earthquake became distracted by Andre while attempting the sit-down splash; both men were down about 30 seconds before Roberts was able to make the cover; after the contest, Earthquake knocked Roberts to the floor, grabbed a steel chair, and faced off with Andre until Roberts used Lucifer to chase him backstage
Haku & the Barbarian defeated Mr. Fuji (sub. for Pat Tanaka whose father had passed away) & Kato when Haku pinned Kato at 7:32 with an elbow drop after Bobby Heenan tripped Kato from the floor; prior to the match, Fuji did a ceremonial throwing of salt and threw some at Heenan at the commentary table, with Heenan then climbing up the ring steps to confront Fuji until Haku & Barbarian made their appearance; after the match, Fuji threw salt in the eyes of Haku, Barbarian, & Heenan as Heenan tried to get at Fuji in the ring; moments later, Heenan led his men backstage to find Fuji & Kato
The Ultimate Warrior defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) in a bodybag match at 9:29 following a series of clotheslines and hitting Taker with his own urn; Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfredy Hayes called the match without Bobby Heenan; after the contest, Bearer unzipped Taker from the bodybag (The Undertaker's Most Dangerous Matches)

Summer Slam 91 - New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 26, 1991 (20,000)
Koko B. Ware pinned Kato at 7:15 with a missile dropkick
Pay-per-view bouts - included Gorilla Monsoon, Roddy Piper, and Bobby Heenan on commentary; featured Bobby Heenan going backstage to confront WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at his dressing room door and challenging him to a match against Ric Flair, with Hogan quickly slamming the door in Heenan's face; Heenan had the NWA World Title in his hands during the segment; Hogan was not featured on camera in the segment; included the in-ring wedding of Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth:
Ricky Steamboat, Davey Boy Smith, & Kerry Von Erich defeated the Warlord, Hercules, & Paul Roma (w/ Slick) at 10:42 when Steamboat pinned Roma with the crossbody off the top
Bret Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ the Coach) at 18:02 via submission with the Sharpshooter to win the title; during the bout, Stu, Helen, and Bruce Hart were seen in the audience; after the contest, Bret hugged his parents at ringside (Summer Slam: The Greatest Hits, The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be, The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect, History of the Intercontinental Championship)
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Bushwhackers (w/ Andre the Giant) at 6:27 when Earthquake pinned Luke with the sit-down splash; during the contest, Bobby Heenan left the commentary position to go backstage and confront Hulk Hogan; after the bout, the Natural Disasters made their way toward the injured Andre on the floor until the Legion of Doom came to the ring, scaring Earthquake & Typhoon from ringside
Virgil pinned Million $ Champion Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) at 10:53 to win the title after Dibiase hit his head on an unprotected turnbuckle; during the opening moments of the bout, Heenan returned ringside; the bell originally rung when Sherri interfered early on but referee Earl Hebner opted to continue the bout and order Sherri backstage, with the stipulation that if she didn't go she would face permanent suspension
The Big Bossman pinned the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 8:38 in a Jailhouse Match after the Bossman reversed a piledriver attempt into a throw-down slam; late in the match, the Mountie kicked out of the Bossman's sidewalk slam; pre-match stipulations stated the loser would spend the night in jail; after the bout, the Mountie was handcuffed at ringside by police officers and taken into a NYPD vehicle backstage (Best of the WWF: Most Unusual Matches)
The Legion of Doom defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 7:44 to win the titles in a No DQ, No Count-Out match when Road Warrior Animal pinned Jerry Saggs following the Doomsday Device after both champions were hit with Hart's motorcycle helmet (Best of WWF Tag Team Champions, The Life & Death of the Road Warriors, The Best of the WWF: Summer Slam)
IRS pinned Greg Valentine at 7:07 with an inside cradle and grabbing Valentine's hair for leverage as Valentine attempted the figure-4
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & the Ultimate Warrior defeated Sgt. Slaughter, Col. Mustafa, & Gen. Adnan at 12:38 in a handicap match when Hogan pinned Slaughter with the legdrop after throwing powder in his face; Sid Justice was the guest referee for the bout; after the bout, Hogan invited Sid back to the ring where the two men posed for the fans (Sid's MSG debut) (Warrior's last appearance for 7 months)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 28, 1991 (9,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary, with Heenan leaving the commentary team for the Ric Flair vs. Roddy Piper match; featured Sean Mooney conducting a backstage interview with Ric Flair and Bobby Heenan about Flair's win over Roddy Piper earlier in the show, with the two then challenging WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan; included Howard Finkel announcing Flair would face Hogan and WWF IC Champion Bret Hart would face the Mountie at the following month's show:
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/18/91: Kerry Von Erich pinned Big Bully Busick with the Tornado Punch at 7:47
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/11/91: Davey Boy Smith fought IRS to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 20:05; Smith did not have theme music during his entrance; late in the bout, IRS and Smith took turns choking each other with one of the tag ropes, in plain view of referee Danny Davis, and IRS hit a low blow; the match ended as Smith had IRS covered with an inside cradle
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/9/91: The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Neidhart at 11:19 by using the tights for leverage after Neidhart missed a running kneelift into the corner
Ric Flair (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Roddy Piper at 11:59 by sliding in the ring and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage after punching Piper in the face; after the match, Piper hit the referee with a steel chair before repeatedly hitting Flair with the chair - knocking him to the floor; Flair came out in possession of the "real world's title" (Flair's MSG return after a 15-year absence) (Piper's first pinfall loss at MSG) (Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection)
The Big Bossman pinned Col. Mustafa with a standing sidewalk slam at 4:52 following a gutwrench suplex; prior to the bout, IRS came ringside and demanded the match be stopped, claiming Bossman was a tax cheat; the distraction allowed Mustafa to attack Bossman from behind
WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned the Berzerker with a crucifix at 10:17
Prime Time Wrestling - 11/18/91: Tito Santana pinned Hercules with the flying forearm at 9:11
WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated the Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 8:02 when Typhoon threw the referee to the floor; after the bout, Road Warrior Hawk hit the clothesline off the top, made the save for Road Warrior Animal, and cleared the opponents from the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 30, 1991 (15,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon, Bobby Heenan, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/30/91: Tito Santana pinned Kato with the flying forearm at 10:04
Kerry Von Erich defeated the Berzerker via count-out at 2:00 after ramming Berzerker's head into the ring steps and sliding back into the ring
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/6/92: Virgil pinned Skinner with a sunset flip at 6:07
Hulk Hogan defeated Ric Flair via reverse decision at 9:25; Flair originally won the match via pinfall after hitting Hogan with a pair of brass knuckles, handed to him by Mr. Perfect; Perfect appeared ringside late in the contest; after the initial decision, Dave Hebner came out, caught Flair with the weapon, and the call was changed; Hogan then cleared Flair and Perfect from ringside as the decision was changed; moments later, Hogan brought a young fan into the ring and posed with him (Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 90s)
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/23/91: Jim Duggan pinned the Barbarian with the running clothesline at 7:51; after the match, the Barbarian knocked Duggan to the floor, with Duggan then attacking Barbarian with his 2x4 and sending him to the floor
WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned the Mountie at 12:58 with an elbow drop off the middle turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Hart refused to get in the ring until the referee took the Mountie's shock stick away, with the Big Bossman then running out, attacking the Mountie, and taking the weapon backstage
IRS pinned the Big Bossman at 13:46 after hitting him over the back with his briefcase as the referee was distracted by the Mountie at ringside; late in the bout, the Mountie came ringside and attacked Bossman on the floor behind the referee's back; after the contest, the Bossman ran backstage in search of the Mountie
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/6/92: The Nasty Boys defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty when Jerry Saggs pinned Jannetty with a small package at 16:20; Brian Knobbs initially reversed Jannetty's move behind the referee's back, with Jannetty then reversing it back; without noticing, Michaels accidentally put Saggs back on top; after the contest, Michaels apologized to Jannetty before Jannetty left the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 29, 1991 (matinee) (11,000)
Televised on the MSG Network 12/31/91 - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included an in-ring promo by Col. Mustafa & Gen. Adnan in which they insulted Sgt. Slaughter:
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/3/92: Davey Boy Smith pinned the Berzerker with a small package at 5:05
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/3/92: Sgt. Slaughter defeated Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa in a handicap flag match at 3:27 by pinning Mustafa with a clothesline; after the bout, Slaughter led the crowd in saying the Pledge of Alliegence
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/20/92: Hercules pinned Greg Valentine by lifting his shoulder out of a back suplex into a bridge at 7:44
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/27/92: The Nasty Boys defeated the Bushwhackers when Knobbs pinned Butch at around 9:45 with a clothesline; after the bout, the Nastys continued to assault their opponents until Sgt. Slaughter made the save
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/27/92: Skinner pinned Jim Powers with the reverse DDT at 6:51
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/20/92: Chris Walker pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a flying bodypress at 4:02
Virgil defeated Repo Man via disqualification at 9:35 when Repo began choking Virgil with his rope
Prime Time Wrestling - 1/20/92: WWF IC Champion Bret Hart fought Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:06 as Hart chased Sherri around ringside and into the ring; late in the bout, as Dibiase had Hart in the Million $ Dream, Sherri ran over and rang the time keeper's bell which resulted in the match pausing until referee Earl Hebner ordered the match to continue; after the bout, Dibiase attempted to attack Hart with the title belt but was clotheslined to the floor
Hulk Hogan defeated Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) via count-out at 10:09 after ramming Flair's head into the ringpost on the floor; after the match, Flair jumped Hogan from behind but Hogan fought him off and sent him to the floor (Hulk Hogan: The Unreleased Archives)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 31, 1992 (9,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/24/92: Rick Martel pinned Kerry Von Erich at 9:39 with his feet on the ropes; after the bout, Von Erich chased Martel backstage (Von Erich's last MSG appearance)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/2/92: Shawn Michaels pinned Jimmy Snuka with the Teardrop suplex at 12:17 following a superkick (Snuka's last MSG apperance as a full-time wrestler)
Sid Justice pinned the Mountie at 4:26 with the powerbomb
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/17/92: The Warlord (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Hercules at 5:39 with a running powerslam
Sgt. Slaughter & Jim Duggan defeated the Nasty Boys via count-out at 10:26 after Duggan assaulted Knobbs on the floor with his 2x4 and Slaughter shoved Saggs into the ringpost
Chris Walker pinned Kato at 9:44 with a flying bodypress
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bret Hart at 12:27 with a double axe handle and hitting Hart in the face with the urn, moments after Hart released the Sharpshooter to go after Bearer, who was holding down referee Danny Davis (Bret Hitman Hart: The Dungeon Collection)
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/11/92: Repo Man pinned Virgil with a back elbow at 11:04
Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Jake Roberts at 6:07 with the flying elbowsmash; early in the bout, Elizabeth was escorted backstage (Roberts' last MSG appearance for 4 years; Elizabeth's last MSG appearance)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 23, 1992 (matinee) (14,000)
Televised on the MSG Network 2/29/92 - featured Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/20/92: The Berzerker pinned Jim Brunzell with a falling slam at 8:44
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/25/92: The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Bushwhackers at 12:38 when Brian Knobbs pinned Butch after Saggs hit Butch with the ring bell behind the referee's back
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/9/92: The Warlord pinned Chris Walker at 11:14 with a powerbomb
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/23/92: Sid Justice (w/ Harvey Whippleman) pinned Hercules with a powerbomb at the 25-second mark; prior to the bout, Justice allowed Hercules to leave the ring and forfeit the match but Herc attacked him from behind
WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper pinned Repo Man at 3:31 with an elbow drop after hitting the challenger with his own steel hook; prior to the bout, Repo stole a watch from a woman at ringside only for Piper to return it to her after the conclusion of the match
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Davey Boy Smith at 5:19 after dropping him throat-first across the top rope
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/20/92: Rick Martel pinned the Big Bossman at 13:49 after hitting him with Bossman’s own nightstick behind the referee's back as the referee prevented Bossman from using Martel's atomizer can as a weapon
Sid Justice won a 20-man battle royal by last eliminating Hulk Hogan at 16:37; Hogan originally elimiated Justice at 15:50 but the referee inside the ring had been knocked to the floor by Justice; moments later, Sid returned to the ring, hit Hogan with Harvey Wippleman's doctor's bag, rolled Hogan to the floor underneath the bottom rope, and woke the referee up to tell him he threw Hogan over the top; other participants included: WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper, Chris Walker, Rick Martel, WWF World Champion Ric Flair, the Big Bossman, Davey Boy Smith, the Berzerker, Hercules, the Bushwhackers, Skinner, Repo Man, the Warlord, Kato, Jim Brunzell, the Nasty Boys, and the Undertaker; order of elimination: Butch by the Nasty Boys (2:31); the Berzerker by Hogan (5:30); Skinner after Piper ducked a clothesline (5:49); Kato by Piper (6:00); Brunzell by Martel (6:38); Hercules by Hogan (7:09); Martel by Bossman (7:18); Saggs by Hogan (8:25); Luke by the Undertaker (8:36); Walker by the Warlord (8:48); Flair & Repo by Piper (9:45); Piper by Sid (10:06); Taker by Bossman (11:42); Smith by Sid (12:32); Knobbs by Hogan (13:10); Warlord by Hogan (13:33); Bossman by Sid (13:41); the Legion of Doom were to have competed in the match but were replaced

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 23, 1992 (9,000)
The last MSG card televised on the MSG Network for 5 years:
Tatanka defeated Col. Mustafa (Tatanka's MSG debut)
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/13/92: Rick Martel pinned JW Storm with a roll-up and holding the tights at 9:33
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/4/92: Bret Hart & the Bushwhackers defeated the Mountie & the Nasty Boys at 12:46 when Bret pinned the Mountie with a roll-up at 13:05
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/4/92: WWF Tag Team Champion IRS fought Tito Santana to a 20-minute time-limit draw; after the match, Santana hit the flying forearm on IRS
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/27/92: Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Virgil with the side suplex at 12:13 after Virgil hit the corner; during the bout, Virgil wrestled with a face mask to protect his broken nose but took it off late in the match (WrestleFest '92)
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/13/92: The Warlord pinned Jim Brunzell with the running powerslam
Hulk Hogan & WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper defeated WWF World Champion Ric Flair & Sid Justice via disqualification (Hogan's last MSG appearance for 10 years; Sid's last MSG appearance for 3 years; Piper's last MSG appearance for 2 years)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 11, 1992 (9,000)
Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated Skinner & Barry Horowitz when Koko pinned Horowitz
The Mountie pinned Tito Santana
WWF Tag Team Champions Natural Disasters defeated the Beverly Brothers
Shawn Michaels pinned Virgil
Razor Ramon pinned Randy Savage after Ric Flair came ringside (Razor's MSG debut)
Bret Hart pinned Papa Shango
The Undertaker defeated WWF World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 28, 1992 (12,300)
Lance Cassidy pinned the Brooklyn Brawler
Crush defeated Repo Man via submission with the head vice
Bob Backlund pinned Rick Martel with a small package (Backlund's MSG return after more than an 8 year absence)
The Nasty Boys defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS via disqualification when Dibiase shoved Jerry Saggs off the top
The Big Bossman pinned Kamala after Kamala accidentally hit Kimchee; after the bout, Kamala chased Harvey Wippleman and Kimchee backstage
Max Moon defeated Terry Taylor
The Undertaker pinned Nailz at the 12-minute mark with the chokeslam

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 29, 1993 (12,000)
Headlock on Hunger benefit show; included a 10-bell toll in tribute to the passing of Andre the Giant; the show lasted 3:45 and featured a 15-minute segment where WWF World Champion Bret Hart, flanked by all the heels and faces, presented the Red Cross with a giant $100,000 check
Tito Santana pinned Skinner at 8:38 with the flying forearm
Randy Savage pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase (w/ Jimmy Hart) at the 14-minute mark with the DDT
Tatanka pinned Damien Demento at 9:02 with a tomahawk chop
WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 11:42 with a victory roll after kicking Bigelow as he ran into the corner
Mr. Perfect defeated Ric Flair (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at the 17-minute mark when Razor Ramon interfered; Heenan was sent backstage during the bout by Sgt. Slaughter after Heenan gave Flair brass knuckles to use as a weapon (Flair's last MSG appearance for more than 9 years; Perfect's MSG return following Summer Slam 91)
The Headshrinkers defeated Virgil & Jim Powers (sub. for Jim Duggan) at 6:20 when Powers was pinned (the Headshrinkers' MSG debut)
Typhoon pinned the Berzerker at the 6-minute mark with a splash
Razor Ramon pinned the Big Bossman with a roll up after Ramon moved when Bossman charged at him in the corner
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 4:30 with the tombstone
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Beverly Brothers at 10:00 when Scott pinned Blake with the Frankensteiner (the Steiners' MSG debut)
Bob Backlund defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via count-out at the 18-minute mark

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 21, 1993 (10,400)
Included Rob Bartlett conducting an in-ring interview with Harvey Wippleman and Giant Gonzalez
Terry Taylor pinned Jim Brunzell
Virgil pinned Repo Man with a roll up
Randy Savage fought Doink the Clown to a no-contest when Doink attacked Savage on the floor before the bell; as a result, the scheduled match between the two was postponed until later in the card
Jerry Lawler pinned Tito Santana at 12:59 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and holding onto the ropes for leverage; after the match, Santana battled Lawler into the crowd (Lawler's MSG debut)
Rick Steiner pinned WWF Tag Team Champion IRS with a roll up at 10:18 after Scott Steiner came ringside and prevented IRS from using a steel chair; Scott escorted his brother to ringside before the match began but was eventually sent backstage; the match was initially advertised as a non-title bout between the Steiners and IRS & Ted Dibiase
Randy Savage defeated Doink the Clown via disqualification at around 7:30 after Doink sprayed Savage in the eyes; after the bout, Savage had to be restrained by officials in the aisle as he attempted to get at Doink (Doink's MSG debut)
Tatanka pinned Reno Riggins (sub. for Papa Shango) with the Samoan Drop
WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Mr. Perfect defeated Razor Ramon & Lex Luger at around 19:12 when Hart pinned Razor with an inside cradle after both Luger and Perfect reversed the pin attempt behind the referee's back; after the bout, Luger, Razor, and Giant Gonzalez won a brawl over Hart, Perfect, and Savage (Luger's MSG debut)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 12, 1993 (9,100)
Tito Santana pinned Papa Shango with a roll up at 10:14 (Santana's last MSG match)
Razor Ramon defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via count-out at 8:51 when Diesel pulled the champion out of the ring and helped him backstage immediately after the challenger hit the Razor’s Edge; after the bout, Razor grabbed the microphone and challenged Michaels to bring Diesel and the belt back out, with Michaels and Diesel returning briefly before leaving ringside (Diesel's MSG debut)
Bret Hart pinned Bob Backlund with a roll over at 32:21; prior to the bout, the two shook hands; during the bout, Hart sustained an injured ankle; after the bout, the two shook hands and Backlund raised Hart’s arm in a showing of respect (Backlund’s first pinfall loss at MSG)
The Undertaker defeated the Giant Gonzalez via disqualification at 4:34 when Gonzalez hit Taker in the back with a steel chair as Taker grabbed Harvey Wippleman on the ring apron; after the match, Taker sat up in the ring as Gonzalez & Wippleman attempted to use Chloroform on him, with Taker then using the rag on Gonzalez instead (Gonzalez' only MSG match)
Tatanka defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out at 11:21 after hitting the Samoan Drop on the floor; after the bout, Bigelow attacked Tatanka in the ring and hit the diving headbutt
The Headshrinkers & Afa defeated the Smoking Gunns & Kamala at around the 9-minute mark when Kamala was pinned with a roll up as he was distracted by Afa in the ring (Afa's in-ring return to MSG after a nearly 9-year absence, the Gunns' MSG debut, Kamala's last MSG match)
Lex Luger pinned Mr. Perfect at 14:02 after taking his forearm pad off behind the referee's back and knocking Perfect out while the referee was distracted by Shawn Michaels and Diesel at ringside; prior to the bout, Luger was forced to wear the pad or he would be fined $25,000 and be suspended for 6 months

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 13, 1993 (13,000)
The original line up for this card included Marty Jannetty vs. Doink, Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna, and WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels vs. Mr. Perfect in a steel cage match
Owen Hart defeated Blake Beverly (Blake's last MSG appearance)
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Doink the Clown with a small package (the Kid's MSG debut)
The Smoking Gunns defeated the Headshrinkers
Jerry Lawler defeated Randy Savage via disqualification when Bret Hart interfered
WWF World Champion Yokozuna defeated Bret Hart in a steel cage match at 25:00 by escaping through the door after Jerry Lawler interfered and threw salt into Hart's eyes
Bastion Booger pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the sit-down splash (Booger's MSG debut)
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels, Diesel, & Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Mr. Perfect, Marty Jannetty, & Tatanka in an elimination match at 22:36; Diesel pinned Jannetty at 12:42 with a punch to the back of the head; Tatanka and Bigelow fought to a double count-out at 18:20; Perfect pinned Michaels with the Perfect Plex at 22:26 after throwing Michaels into the corner; Diesel pinned Perfect with a punch to the back of the head; after the contest, Perfect was double teamed by Michaels and Diesel and thrown to the floor; moments later, Perfect came back and knocked both men out of the ring

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 25, 1993 (11,500)
Bastion Booger (sub. for WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels) defeated the 1-2-3 Kid
Men on a Mission defeated Well Dunn (MOM and Well Dunn's MSG debut)
Tatanka fought IRS to a draw
WWF World Champion Yokozuna pinned the Undertaker with a legdrop after hitting the challenger four times in the head with his salt bucket as the referee was knocked down; late in the bout, Paul Bearer and Mr. Fuji went backstage; after the match, Yoko went to hit the Bonzai Drop on Taker, with Bearer and Fuji then returning ringside; moments later, Taker fought Yoko off and cleared him from the ring; Taker then attacked Yoko on the floor until the champion retreated backstage; moments later, Taker returned to the ring and posed with the title belt
WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (sub. for Rick & Scott Steiner) defeated Adam Bomb & Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out at 12:56 when Bigelow and Bomb began arguing on the floor; Johnny Polo appeared ringside late in the bout and shoved Luna Vachon after Luna interfered; moments later, as Bigelow had Pierre covered following the headbutt off the top, Bomb began arguing with Luna causing Bigelow to go out to the floor and argue with his tag team partner; after the contest, Polo got down on his knee to apologize to Bigelow, with Bigelow then throwing him into the corner; Bomb and Bigelow then fought with Bigelow eventually gainging the upper hand and knocking Bomb to the floor (Jacques Rougeau's MSG return after a year absence; Pierre Oulette's MSG debut; Bomb's MSG debut; Johnny Polo's MSG debut)
Jimmy Snuka pinned Brian Christopher at 7:26 with the splash off the top; prior to the bout, Christopher cut an in-ring promo in which he introduced himself and insulted the New York crowd before issuing an open challenge (Snuka's surprise MSG return after a year absence; Christopher's MSG debut)
Razor Ramon defeated Rick Martel
Mr. Perfect defeated Diesel via disqualification

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 27, 1993 (12,600)
The Headshrinkers defeated the Smoking Gunns
Tiger Jackson defeated Little Louie
Shawn Michaels pinned Doink the Clown with the superkick at 8:18 after Doink became distracted by Bam Bam Bigelow at ringside; Michaels came out in possession of his own WWF IC Title belt, with him then telling ring announcer Howard Finkel that he should be referred to as champion but that this is a non-title bout; late in the bout, Luna Vachon came ringside, with Doink kissing her leading to Bigelow coming out; after the bout, Bigelow & Luna double teamed Doink for several minutes; moments later, Bigelow went to hit the headbutt off the top only for Doink to trip Luna and Bigelow hit Luna with the headbutt instead; Doink then returned to the ring and doused her with a pail of water to revive her, with Bigelow then tripping over himself to try to get at Doink as Doink left ringside
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers via disqualification
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Diesel
Owen Hart defeated Marty Jannetty via submission with the Sharpshooter at 8:14 after Jannetty injured his ankle attempting a leapfrog
The Undertaker defeated WWF World Champion Yokozuna in a non-title casket match at 9:05 after hitting Yoko in the head with his own salt bucket

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 17, 1994 (9,000)
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson and the Heavenly Bodies were both advertised but did not appear due to transportation problems
Scott Putski pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with the Polish Hammer
Rick Steiner fought Ludvig Borga to a double count-out; it was during this match that Borga sustained an ankle injury that not only kept him off the Royal Rumble card but also WrestleMania and eventually led to his leaving the WWF
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification when Shawn Michaels interfered (Jarrett's MSG debut)
WWF World Champion Yokozuna pinned Tatanka with the Bonzai Drop; after the bout, Tatanka sustained a second Bonzai Drop and was taken from ringside on a stretcher
The Quebecers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Marty Jannetty & the 1-2-3 Kid at 21:24 to win the titles following the Tower of Quebec on the Kid after Johnny Polo interfered and caused the Kid to crotch himself on the top rope
Owen Hart won a 30-man Royal Rumble match at 1:10:06 by last eliminating Fatu; order of entry: Diesel (00:00), Mo (00:00), Bushwhacker Butch (2:25), the 1-2-3 Kid (4:20), Scott Steiner (6:47), Iron Mike Sharpe (8:26), Samu (10:42), Bob Backlund (12:25), Jeff Jarrett (14:35), Virgil (16:35), Bam Bam Bigelow (17:58), Randy Savage (20:45), Adam Bomb (23:03), Sgt. Slaughter (24:53), Crush (27:13), Mabel (29:22), Jim Powers (31:07), Bastion Booger (33:12), Bushwhacker Luke (35:16), Owen Hart, Rick Martel (39:18), Bret Hart (41:20), IRS (43:30), Johnny Polo (44:56), Scott Putski (46:53), Fatu (49:00), Marty Jannetty (51:02), Bart Gunn (53:22), Shawn Michaels (56:05), and Doink the Clown (57:18); order of elimination: Mo by Diesel (1:54), Butch by Diesel (3:16), the Kid by Diesel; during the elimination, the Kid sustained a leg injury that kept him sidelined for 2 months (5:53), Sharpe by Scott (8:46), Diesel by Savage after Diesel failed a boot to the face and landed across the ropes (21:18), Jarrett by Savage after ducking a clothesline (21:36), Bomb by Slaughter, Backlund, & Steiner (25:06), Scott by Crush (27:55), Savage by Crush (29:27), Bigelow by Crush (30:07), Slaughter by Crush after being thrown into the corner (30:43), Powers by Mabel after a splash in the corner (31:50), Mabel, Virgil, & Backlund by everyone else as they attempted to eliminate Mabel (33:47), Booger by Crush via a clothesline (34:26), Samu by Luke (35:32), Luke by Crush (36:16), Crush by Bret via a dropkick to the back (43:26), Jannetty by Michaels via a backdrop (57:14), Polo by Owen after knocking him off the top (58:08), Putski by Fatu via a backdrop (58:23), Martel by IRS via a backdrop (59:02), Bart by Doink via a clothesline (1:00:12), Doink by Michaels via a clothesline (1:00:29), IRS by Bret via an atomic drop (1:01:09), Bret by Michaels as Bret attempted to eliminate Fatu (1:02:55), Michaels after Owen hit a spinning heel kick to Fatu and Fatu collided with Michaels, knocking him over the top; Michaels was distracted by Razor Ramon on the floor which led to the elimination; after the elimination, Razor and Michaels brawled to the back (1:05:35); once the match was down to two, Samu returned ringside to help Fatu while Bret Hart came out to support Owen; Fatu by Owen after crotching him on the top and hitting a clothesline; after the bout, Bret and Owen fought off both Headshrinkers

WrestleMania X - New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 20, 1994 (18,065; sell out; 4,200 in Felt Forum)
The Heavenly Bodies (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Bushwhackers at around the 7-minute mark when Jimmy Del Ray pinned Butch after Tom Prichard came off the top onto Butch behind the referee's back, moments after Del Ray sustained the battering ram
Pay-per-view bouts - featured an opening in-ring introduction by Vince McMahon in which he welcomed the fans to WrestleMania and then introduced Little Richard, who performed "America, the Beautiful;" included McMahon & Jerry Lawler on commentary (Lawler's surprise return after a 4-month absence); featured a WrestleMania Moment focusing on the WrestleMania II battle royal; included an in-ring segment, following the opening match, in which Bill Dunn introduced Hair Club for Men President Sy Sperling, who then introduced Howard Finkel, with a full head of hair; featured a segment in which "Bill Clinton" was shown in the crowd, with IRS and WWF President Jack Tunney sitting beside him; included Pettingill conducting an interview with "Clinton" in the crowd about how he was enjoying the show; moments later, IRS shook "Clinton's" hand and congratulated him for raising taxes; featured a video package recapping the weekend's Fanfest activities; included Savage going into the Paramount to celebrate his victory; featured a WrestleMania Moment focusing on Savage's WWF World Title tournament win at WrestleMania IV; included a WrestleMania Moment focusing on Roddy Piper using a fire extinguisher on Morton Downey Jr.; featured a WrestleMania Moment focusing on the Ultimate Warrior vs. Hulk Hogan match at WrestleMania VI; the Smoking Gunns, Tatanka, Sparky Plugg, & the 1-2-3 Kid vs. Headshrinkers, IRS, Jeff Jarrett, & Rick Martel did not take place due to time constraints; featured Gorilla Monsoon & Chet Coppock on commentary for Radio WWF (the last pay-per-view to be broadcast on radio):
Owen Hart pinned Bret Hart by blocking an attempted victory roll at 20:21; after the bout, Todd Pettingill conducted a backstage interview with Owen regarding his victory, with Owen bragging that he was now the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be; Owen went on to say Bret had no chance in his WWF World Title match later in the show; Bill Dunn was the ring announcer for the bout (1994 Year in Review, The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be, Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 90s)
Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon defeated Doink & Dink the Clown at 6:11 when Bigelow pinned Doink with several headbutts and the headbutt off the top after Doink failed a back suplex attempt and Bigelow landed on top; after the bout, Luna attacked Dink and slammed him, with Doink eventually clearing Luna from the ring after tripping up Bigelow (1994 Year in Review)
Randy Savage defeated Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) in a falls count anywhere match at 9:44; fall #1: Crush pinned Savage at the 46-second mark after dropping Savage with a press slam onto the ringside barricade; after the fall, Fuji struck Savage with the Japanese flag pole; fall #2: Savage pinned Crush at 4:31 after hitting the flying elbowsmash and then pushing Crush out to the floor so he could pin him there; fall #3: Savage pinned Crush at 8:09 after assaulting Crush backstage and ramming his head into a door; after the fall, Savage tied Crush upside down before then returning to the ring and assaulting Fuji; stipulations stated the loser of the fall would have to get back into the ring within 60 seconds or the match would end (1994 Year in Review, Falls Count Anywhere: The Greatest Street Fights and other Out of Control Matches)
WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze pinned Lelani Kai with the German suplex into a bridge at 3:26; after the bout, the Fabulous Moolah, Mae Young, Nikolai Volkoff, Capt. Lou Albano, and Freddie Blassie were shown sitting in the crowd (1994 Year in Review)
Men on a Mission (w/ Oscar) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) via count-out at 7:43 after Pierre sustained a bulldog / splash double team outside the ring; prior to the Quebecers' entrance, Todd Pettingill conducted a backstage interview with Rhonda Shear, of USA Up All Night; moments later, Shawn Michaels walked in for a photo with Rhonda, with Burt Reynolds then walking in and running off Michaels; the champions used an instrumental version of "Oh Canada" instead of their "We're Not the Mounties" theme song for their entrance; after the match, MOM celebrated with the title belts in the ring
WWF World Champion Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) defeated Lex Luger via disqualification when Luger pushed special referee Mr. Perfect, after Perfect was reluctant in making the count on the unconscious champion after Luger pulled both Cornette and Fuji into the ring and knocked them out; after the match, Luger and Perfect had a confrontation backstage; Donnie Wahlberg was the special ring announcer while Rhonda Shear was the special time keeper (Perfect's surprise return after a 5-month absence) (Cornette's MSG debut) (Luger's first appearance with new theme music) (1994 Year in Review)
Earthquake pinned Adam Bomb (w/ Harvey Wippleman) with a powerslam and the sit-down splash
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match at 18:49 after Michaels had his foot and later his arm entangled in the ring ropes; Diesel was in the challenger's corner for the early moments of the bout but was sent backstage after attacking Razor on the floor; (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, and Pro Wrestling Torch) (the first televised WWF ladder match) (1994 Year in Review, Razor Ramon, Most Unbelievable Matches, Shawn Michaels: From the Vault, History of the Intercontinental Championship, The True Story of WrestleMania, Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn)
Bret Hart pinned WWF World Champion Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) to win the title at 10:33 after the champion lost his balance while attempting the Bonzai Drop; mid-way through the match, Piper knocked out Cornette with a punch after Cornette tried to interfere; after the match, Yokozuna chased surprise guest referee Roddy Piper backstage while Hart was congratulated by Lex Luger, WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon, Sparky Plugg, Tatanka, Piper, Randy Savage, the 1-2-3 Kid, Burt Rynolds, Rhonda Shear, Donny Whalberg, Pat Patterson, Gorilla Monsoon, and Vince McMahon; before the show went off the air, Owen Hart came ringside and stared at his brother inside the ring; Rynolds was the special guest ring announcer while Jeanie Garth was the special time keeper (Piper's surprise return after a 2-year absence) (Bret "The Hitman" Hart, 1994 Year in Review, The Greatest Superstars of WrestleMania)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 20, 1994 (matinee)
Annual Mayor's Benefit Show - tickets were free and the card was held for handicapped children
Doink the Clown defeated Johnny Polo
WWF Tag Team Champion Samu defeated Jacques Rougeau
Jeff Jarrett defeated Sparky Plugg
WWF Tag Team Champion Fatu defeated Quebecer Pierre
Mabel defeated Kwang

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 20, 1994 (15,000)
Kwang pinned Sparky Plugg (Kwang and Sparky's MSG debut)
WWF Woman's Champion Alundra Blayze pinned Luna Vachon with a roll up after sending Luna into Bam Bam Bigelow on the apron
WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers & Afa defeated the Quebecers & Johnny Polo
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Mabel with the flying headbutt
Jeff Jarrett pinned Doink the Clown
Howard Finkel defeated Harvey Wippleman in a tuxedo match; Finkel came out to Hulk Hogan's "Real American" theme song
Razor Ramon fought WWF IC Champion Diesel to a double count-out
Lex Luger pinned Crush with the running forearm at 16:53 after Crush tried to hit Luger with a steel chair
WWF Champion Bret Hart pinned Owen Hart with a roll over at 25:00

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 25, 1994 (4,300)
Sparky Plugg defeated Quebecer Pierre
Adam Bomb pinned Kwang with a series of clotheslines and a DDT at 9:53
The Heavenly Bodies defeated the Bushwhackers at 11:33; prior to the bout, the Bushwhackers were escorted to the ring by a fan
WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze pinned Bull Nakano (w/ Luna Vachon) with a German suplex into a bridge at 8:15 after avoiding a clothesline; Nakano used Kamala's theme song for her ring entrance; after the bout, Luna accidentally clotheslined Nakano when the champion moved out of the way
Shawn Michaels & WWF IC Champion Diesel defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers via disqualification at 18:04 when Fatu assaulted both challengers with one of the title belts after Michaels brought the belt into the ring as the referee was knocked out
Jeff Jarrett & Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Mabel & Doink the Clown at 5:42 when Bigelow pinned Mabel with a clothesline after Jarrett made a blind tag
IRS defeated Tatanka in a strap match at 7:39 when Tatanka knocked IRS into the fourth and final corner
WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Razor Ramon defeated Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart at 15:14 when Bret pinned Owen after Neidhart shoved Bret as the champion had Owen in a bodyslam position with Owen falling on top and the momentum putting Bret on top

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 29, 1994 (9,646)
Adam Bomb defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via disqualification
Jim Powers defeated Abe Schwartz
Jerry Lawler & Queezy defeated Doink & Dink the Clown
IRS defeated Duke Drose
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Jim Neidhart via submission with the Sharpshooter at 8:31 after avoiding a splash off the top
Billy Gunn defeated Tom Prichard
Lex Luger fought Tatanka to a double count-out at 12:36 when both men began fighting on the floor; prior to the match, Tatanka cut an in-ring promo on the fans and Luger; after the bout, Luger took the mic and challenged Tatanka to get back in the ring with him; when Tatanka did, Luger hit the powerslam and then put Tatanka in the Torture Rack until referees intervened
The Undertaker defeated Yokozuna in a casket match at around the 12-minute mark after a flying clothesline and chokeslam; IRS was in Yokozuna's corner but was ejected from ringside mid-way through after closing the casket as Taker attempted to roll Yoko inside

WCW @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 26, 1994
Cancelled; the show was initially scheduled to feature WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 26, 1994 (7,300)
The Bushwhackers defeated Well Dunn
Aldo Montoya pinned Kwang
The New Headshrinkers defeated the Executioners (sub. for Shawn Michaels & Diesel) following Fatu's splash off the top rope
Davey Boy Smith fought King Kong Bundy to a double count-out
Action Zone - 11/27/94: Diesel (sub. for Bret Hart) pinned WWF World Champion Bob Backlund to win the title following a boot to the midsection and a powerbomb after a matter of seconds; Diesel's involvement in the match was not announced until WWF Superstars aired that morning; it was announced on local TV during the Nov. 5-6 weekend that Randy Savage would be the guest referee for the originally scheduled Hart/Backlund match but that announcement was never mentioned again
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon pinned Jeff Jarrett with the Razor's Edge; Jarrett had originally won the match via count-out but demanded the match continue so he would win the title
Mabel pinned Quebecer Pierre
The Undertaker pinned IRS

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 16, 1995 (5,400)
Included Jeff Jarrett as a guest of the Heartbreak Hotel
Aldo Montoya pinned Steven Dunn
Duke Drose (w/ Dick Murdoch) defeated Timothy Well
Henry Godwinn pinned Bob Holly
WWF Women's Champion Bull Nakano pinned Alundra Blayze with the legdrop off the top
The Undertaker pinned Tatanka with the tombstone; after the bout, King Kong Bundy & Bam Bam Bigelow attacked Taker
Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart in a no holds barred match via submission to the Sharpshooter; after the bout, Bret kept the hold applied until several referees came out to pull him off; after releasing the hold, Bret then briefly reapplied it
Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated King Kong Bundy & Bam Bam Bigelow via disqualification
WWF World Champion Diesel pinned Jeff Jarrett (sub. for Bob Backlund) (w/ Shawn Michaels) with the jacknife; after the bout, Michaels hit the superkick on Diesel, threw the world title belt down on him and spat at him

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 19, 1995 (matinee) (15,000; 10,000 paid)
Erik Watts & Chad Fortune defeated the Heavenly Bodies
Henry Godwinn defeated Barry Horowitz
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated Tatanka & Kama
Bob Backlund defeated Adam Bomb
The Undertaker defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out
WWF World Champion Diesel & Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels & WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification the 17-minute mark when Psycho Sid interfered; during the bout, the Roadie clipped Razor, forcing Diesel to continue the match alone; moments later, Jarrett & Michaels were counted-out, with Michaels then facing Diesel in a singles match; after the bout, the Undertaker made the save for Diesel against Michaels and Sid
Hakushi defeated the 1-2-3 Kid; Kid sustained a concussion in the match
Bret Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Owen Hart & Jerry Lawler when Smith pinned Lawler with the powerslam

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 10, 1995 (8,340)
Skip defeated Aldo Montoya
Men on a Mission defeated the Smoking Gunns
Jean Pierre Lafitte defeated Doink the Clown
Adam Bomb defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification
Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Duke Drose
Man Mountain Rock defeated Bob Backlund
Savio Vega defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart
Tatanka defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Shawn Michaels (sub. for WWF World Champion Diesel) defeated Psycho Sid in a steel cage match by escaping over the cage after sending Sid face-first into the cage; immediately after Michaels escaped, Tatanka attacked in at ringside and then put him back in the cage where he and Sid double teamed Michaels after Ted Dibiase locked the cage door; Sid then dropped Michaels with the powerbomb until Aldo Montoya, Savio Vega, and Billy Gunn ran out to try to open the door; Bam Bam Bigelow then scaled the cage and helped clear the ring before the four tended to Michaels

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 12, 1995 (8,800)
Skip pinned Bob Holly when the momentum of a flying bodypress by Holly put Skip on top
Fatu pinned King Kong Bundy with a bodyslam
Jacob & Eli Blu defeated Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith when Luger was pinned after Smith walked out of the match
Henry Godwinn pinned Adam Bomb in under a minute with the Slop Drop
Savio Vega pinned Rad Radford (sub. for IRS) with a spin wheel kick
WWF World Champion Diesel & WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Men on a Mission when Diesel pinned Sir Mo with a boot to the face; prior to In Your House 2, the bout was set for Diesel & Micheals vs. Psycho Sid & Jeff Jarrett; after the match, Davey Boy Smith and Razor Ramon made the save for the champions
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned the 1-2-3 Kid with the Pedigree
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Tatanka in a strap match
Razor Ramon defeated Psycho Sid via disqualification when Ted Dibiase interfered
Bret Hart pinned Jean-Pierre Lafitte by kicking off the turnbuckle while caught in a sleeper

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 6, 1995 (9,000; 7,900 paid)
Benefit Show for the handicapped and underpriviledged
Hakushi pinned Skip
Barry Horowitz defeated Sir Mo
The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Bob Backlund
WWF Women's Champion Bertha Faye defeated Alundra Blayze
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated Jacob & Eli Blu
Savio Vega defeated Kama
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at around the 17-minute mark when Jim Cornette hit the champion in the back with his tennis raquet as Michaels punched Smith in the corner; Smith then immediately hit the running powerslam on Michaels and held up the IC title with Cornette as Michaels was announced the winner
Bret Hart (w/ George Steele) defeated Isaac Yankem DDS (w/ Jerry Lawler) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 10:07; prior to the match, Lawler cut an in-ring promo on NYC; after the contest, Hart fought off Lawler and knocked Yankem to teh floor, with Steele then biting Yankem
The Undertaker pinned King Mabel with the chokeslam at 11:18; after the match, Taker dropped Sir Moe with the chokeslam as well

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 25, 1995 (7,400)
Barry Horowitz, Hakushi, & Fatu defeated Skip, Isaac Yankem DDS, & Kama when Horowitz pinned Kama after a Fatu kick
Ahmed Johnson defeated Rad Radford with the Pearl River Plunge
The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Marty Jannetty
Goldust defeated Bob Holly
Psycho Sid defeated WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon via count-out
Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Henry Godwinn in a slop bucket match by holding onto the rope during the pin; Howard Finkel was accidentally slopped by Godwinn after the match
Savio Vega pinned Isaac Yankem DDS (sub. for injured Dean Douglas) with a roll up
Davey Boy Smith defeated Diesel via disqualification when Diesel slammed Smith head-first into an unprotected turnbuckle
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated Owen Hart & Yokozuna
The Undertaker defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart via disqualification when Diesel prevented Taker from making the pin after executing the tombstone

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 26, 1996 (15,000; 12,800 paid)
Tatanka & Isaac Yankem DDS defeated Bob Holly & Fatu when Tatanka pinned Fatu with the Samoan Drop
Duke Drose (sub. for Razor Ramon) defeated the 1-2-3 Kid
Owen Hart pinned Hakushi with an inziguri
Ahmed Johnson pinned Jeff Jarrett with the Pearl River Plunge
Steve Austin defeated Henry Godwinn with the Million $ Dream (Austin's MSG debut)
The Undertaker pinned Yokozuna with a chokeslam and boot to the face, despite interference by Owen Hart
WWF Tag Team Champions Smoking Gunns defeated Skip & Zip when Billy pinned Zip with a sunset flip
Savio Vega defeated WWF IC Champion Goldust via count-out when the champion left ringside following the spin wheel kick
Shawn Michaels pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the superkick, despite interference early in the match by Owen Hart
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Diesel in a steel cage match after the Undertaker interfered; Hart / Undertaker and Shawn Michaels / Diesel had to be held back after the match by other wrestlers

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 17, 1996 (17,000; sell out; 14,824 paid)
Aldo Montoya pinned Isaac Yankem DDS with a small package
Justin Bradshaw pinned Avatar with the lariat
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated Skip & Zip
Steve Austin defeated Barry Horowitz with the Million $ Dream
WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Undertaker defeated Diesel & Shawn Michaels via disqualification when Diesel hit the Undertaker with a steel chair as Taker had Michaels set up for the tombstone; after the match, Diesel hit Hart with the chair before doing the same to his own tag team partner
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Duke Drose in a No DQ match following the Pedigree onto a trash can lid
WWF IC Champion Goldust pinned Savio Vega in a No Count-Out match after using the title belt as a weapon
Ahmed Johnson pinned the 1-2-3 Kid with the Pearl River Plunge
Jake Roberts & Yokozuna (w/ George Steele) defeated Davey Boy Smith & Owen Hart following the DDT and a legdrop; during the match, Jim Cornette was handcuffed to Steele at ringside for the duration of the bout (Roberts' return to MSG after more than a 4 year absence)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 19, 1996 (18,800; 16,564 paid; sell out)
The Bushwhackers defeated Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy (the Bushwhackers' last MSG match)
Savio Vega pinned Bob Backlund
Ahmed Johnson defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at 10:34 when Owen Hart interfered and attacked Johnson as Johnson attempted the Pearl River Plunge; Hart and Smith briefly double teamed Johnson before Hart returned backstage, with Johnson then hitting the Pearl River Plunge on Smith and leaving the ring
Steve Austin pinned Jake Roberts at 13:54 with a clothesline and grabbing the tights for leverage after Ted Dibiase grabbed Roberts' foot from the floor; after the match, Austin punched Roberts before Roberts took Revelations out of his snake bag and cleared the ring (Roberts' MSG return after a 4-year absence)
The Ultimate Warrior pinned Owen Hart at 7:17 with two hands on his chest after landing three clotheslines and a flying shoulderblock (Warrior's MSG return after a 5-year absence)
Vader pinned Yokozuna at 7:02 after hitting him in the face and knee with Jim Cornette's tennis raquet behind the referee's back; after the bout, Vader hit the Vader Bomb on Yoko before leaving the ring
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Skip & Zip to win the titles at 10:56 when Phinneas pinned Skip with a kick to the midsection and the Slop Drop after kissing Sunny on the ring apron; after the bout, the champions, Hillbilly Jim, Howard Finkel, and a young fan danced in the ring
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Razor Ramon with the Pedigree moments after referee Tim White was knocked down as Ramon lifted Helmsley up for the Razor's Edge; after the bout, Ramon attempted to say goodbye to the fans but his mic was cut off (Scott Hall's last MSG match; his last WWE match for 6 years)
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Diesel in a steel cage match at around the 20-minute mark by escaping out the door after hitting the challenger with a steel chair and following with the superkick; late in the bout, Davey Boy Smith briefly interfered and prevented the champion from escaping over the top; moments later, as Diesel was still knocked out and Michaels was posing with the title belt, Razor Ramon came out, hugged the champion and raised his hand; Michaels then revived Diesel and waved for someone else to join them in the ring; Hunter Hearst Helmsley then appeared and hugged Michaels before all four men embraced and held each others arm in the air (Kevin Nash's last MSG match for 7 years; his last WWE match for 6 years)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 9, 1996 (11,314)
Included a Jim Ross in-ring interview with Mark Henry regarding the Olympics which was eventually interrupted by Hunter Hearst Helmsley; Henry quickly scared Helmsley out of the ring
Justin Bradshaw pinned Aldo Montoya with the lariat at 5:01
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy at 10:42 when Henry pinned the illegal man with the Slop Drop
Marc Mero pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with a leg roll up at 9:02
Mankind defeated Jake Roberts via submission with the Mandible Claw at the 37 second mark after attacking Roberts on the floor before the match began (Mankind's MSG debut)
Vader fought Psycho Sid to a double count-out at 10:16
Yokozuna (sub. for WWF IC Champion Ahmed Johnson) pinned Owen Hart with a leg drop and the Bonzai Drop at 6:37
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Goldust with a flying elbow drop and the superkick at 17:05; immediately after the match, Mankind attacked the champion until the Undertaker made the save
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated Skip & Zip when Bart scored the pin at 7:23 after hitting the Sidewinder behind the referee's back
Savio Vega pinned Davey Boy Smith at 7:32 by lifting his shoulder out of an abdominal stretch into a roll up
The Undertaker defeated Steve Austin via disqualification at 9:23 when Mankind interfered after Austin sustained the tombstone; after the bout, Goldust and Shawn Michaels also involved themselves in the brawl

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 29, 1996 (matinee) (6,747; 3,917 paid)
Salvatore Sincere defeated Bob Holly with the Sincerely Yours
Justin Bradshaw pinned Alex Porteau with a lariat
Jake Roberts pinned TL Hopper
Barry Windham pinned the Goon with the superplex
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn, the Smoking Gunns, and the Grimm Twins in a four corners match; Billy Gunn pinned one of the Grimm Twins; the Bulldog pinned Henry; Owen pinned Bart as Sunny distracted Billy
Vader pinned Psycho Sid in a lumberjack match with the moonsault after Steve Austin interfered and hit the Stunner on Sid
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Freddie Joe Floyd with the Pedigree
Steve Austin pinned Savio Vega with the Stunner
WWF IC Champion Marc Mero defeated Farooq via disqualification after Farooq hit the champion with the title belt
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & the Undertaker defeated Mankind & Goldust when Michaels pinned Goldust with the superkick after kissing him

Survivor Series 96 - New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 17, 1996 (18,647; 16,266 paid)
Free For All:
Bart Gunn, Jesse James, Aldo Montoya, & Bob Holly defeated Billy Gunn, Justin Bradshaw (w/ Zebakiah), the Sultan (w/ the Iron Sheik), & Salvatore Sincere in an elimination match at around 9:45; the Sultan defeated Aldo via submission with the Camel Clutch at 2:59; Bart pinned Salvatore with a side slam at around 5:50; Bradshaw pinned Holly with the lariat at around 7:30; James pinned Bradshaw with a roll up at around 7:40, even though Bradshaw’s shoulders were clearly not down for 3; James pinned the Sultan with an inside cradle at around 8:41; Billy pinned James with the Rocker Dropper at around 8:56; Bart pinned Billy with a forearm to the face after Billy missed a splash in the corner and hit his head on the turnbuckle; during the bout, Vince McMahon & Jim Ross announced that the winner of the Bret Hart / Steve Austin match later in the show would face the WWF World Champion at In Your House “It’s Time”; moments later, Dok Hendrix attempted to interview Austin backstage but was chased out (Free For All)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Vince McMahon, Jim Ross, & Jerry Lawler on commentary; included Kevin Kelly conducting an interview with Mankind & Paul Bearer in the lower level of the arena regarding Mankind's upcoming match with the Undertaker and the fact Bearer would be suspended above the ring in a cage for the duration of the bout; featured a look at Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon fielding questions on the WWE AOL website following their debut win; included Dok Hendrix conducting a backstage interview with WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Goldust, Marlena, Jerry Lawler, & Crush regarding the recent injury to Mark Henry and facing only three opponents instead of four; featured Todd Pettingill conducting a backstage interview with Steve Austin regarding his upcoming match with Bret Hart and the fact the winner would challenge the WWF World Champion at In Your House; Austin recieved a mixed reaction during his promo; included Hendrix conducting a backstage interview with Psycho Sid regarding his upcoming match against WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels, during which he said he would do anything in his power to win the title:
Doug Furnas, Phil LaFon, Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Marty Jannetty, Leif Cassidy, WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith (w/ Clarence Mason) in an elimination match at 20:42; Henry pinned Jannetty with the Slop Drop at 8:12; Hart pinned Henry with a leg lariat at 8:19; Smith pinned Phinneas with the running powerslam at 9:04 after Owen made the blind tag and was then knocked to the floor; LaFon pinned Cassidy with a reverse suplex off the top at 13:43; LaFon pinned Smith with a crucifix at 17:22; after the fall, Smith clipped LaFon in the leg before leaving the ring; Furnas pinned Hart with a release German suplex; Harvey Wippleman served as the second ringside referee for the bout (Furnas & LaFon's debut)
The Undertaker pinned Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) with the tombstone at 14:54; Bearer was suspended above the ring in a cage for the duration of the bout; during his entrance, Taker was lowered down from the ceiling, then scaring Bearer into the cage; after the bout, Taker waited in the ring as Bearer's cage was lowered; moments later, the Executioner ran out and attacked Taker, allowing Bearer to escape the ring; Taker quickly sent the Executioner to the floor after a flying clothesline (Taker's first TV appearance in a month; his first appearance in all leather, rather than his traditional wardrobe; Terry Gordy's one-time return to MSG after a 12-year absence)
Marc Mero (w/ Sable), Barry Windham, Rocky Maivia, & Jake Roberts (sub. for Mark Henry) defeated WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Goldust (w/ Marlena), Crush, & Jerry Lawler in an elimination match at 23:44; Sunny provided guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Lawler; during Helmsley's entrance, the commentary team noted he was without an escort and Jim Ross added, "He's more than perfect," subtly referring to the fact Mr. Perfect was no longer with Helmsley; after Mero's team made their entrance, Mero took the mic and introduced Roberts as the replacement for Henry; during the match, Sunny said HHH was tired of Perfect taking all the credit, explaining why Perfect wasn't ringside; it was also noted Don Muraco was in attendance; Harvey Wippleman served as the second ringside referee for the bout; Roberts pinned Lawler at 10:01 with the DDT after avoiding a slam attempt; Goldust pinned Windham with the Curtain Call at 12:44; Mero pinned Helmsley at 19:19 with a moonsault onto a standing Helmsley; Crush pinned Mero with the heart punch at 20:30 after Mero missed a crossbody to the floor when Goldust pushed Crush out of the way; Crush pinned Roberts with the heart punch at 20:53; Maivia pinned Crush with a crossbody at 23:12 after Crush accidentally hit the heart punch to Goldust; Maivia pinned Goldust with a running shoulderbreaker (Maivia's TV in-ring debut; Roberts' return after a month absence) (The Epic Journey of Dwayne The Rock Johnson)
Bret Hart pinned Steve Austin at 28:34 by kicking off the top turnbuckle as he was caught in the Million $ Dream; following Austin's entrance, Todd Pettingill conducted a backstage interview with Hart regarding his return, with Hart noting MSG wasn't a church but it's holy ground and that he wasn't greedy for money but for respect and Austin would respect him; stipulations stated the winner would challenge the WWF World Champion at the following month's In Your House; during the bout, it was noted Austin would face Vader the next night on Monday Night Raw in a toughman contest; both men were heavily cheered during the bout; after the match, Hart spent several moments greeting ringside fans, during which time he was congratulated by Vince McMahon at the commentary table (Hart's in-ring return after a 2-month absence; his TV in-ring return after an 8-month absence) (The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin)
Savio Vega, Yokozuna, Flash Funk, & Jimmy Snuka (mystery partner) fought Farooq (w/ Clarence Mason), Vader (w/ Jim Cornette), Razor Ramon II, & Diesel II to a draw in an elimination match at 9:45; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano came out to provided guest commentary at the Spanish announce table; Farooq was escorted to the ring by the Nation of Domination, including PG-13; Funk was escorted to the ring by the Funkettes; Cornette provided guest commentary for the match; Vader was legit injured early in the bout after sustaining a uranage from Yoko; Jack Doan served as the ringside referee for the bout; Diesel pinned Savio with the powerbomb at 8:32 after Farooq rammed Vega into the ringpost on the floor; Snuka pinned Razor at 9:28 with a knee drop and the top rope splash; the remaining participants were disqualified when Diesel repeatedly struck Snuka with a steel chair, prompting the other wrestlers to brawl in the ring and Vega to return to the ring and hit Diesel with his own steel chair; moments later, Vega's team cleared their opponents from the ring (Farooq's first appearance with the 'Nation of Domination' theme music and with an entourage; PG-13's surprise return after a year absence; Flash's debut; Snuka's one-match return after a 3-year absence; Yokozuna's last appearance)
Psycho Sid pinned WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) to win the title at 20:00 with the powerbomb after hitting the champion with a video camera on the floor; moments prior, Sid hit Lothario with the same video camera; after the match, Lothario was taken backstage on a stretcher with Michaels close behind; Sid was heavily cheered and Michaels booed during the match (Shawn Michaels: The Heartbreak Express Tour)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 25, 1997 (matinee) (16,634; 13,480 paid)
Rocky Maivia defeated Salvatore Sincere
Farooq & Crush defeated Ahmed Johnson & Savio Vega when Vega turned on Ahmed; after the bout, the Nation attacked Johnson
Steve Austin defeated Goldust
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated Bob Holly & WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart
WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Jake Roberts
Bret Hart defeated Vader via disqualification
Psycho Sid defeated the Undertaker via count-out
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Mankind

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 16, 1997 (8,513)
Shown on the MSG Network - featured Jim Ross & Jim Cornette on commentary; included Dok Hendrix conducting an in-ring interview with Bret Hart, who claimed WWF World Champion Psycho Sid had lucked out everytime they had faced each other, and that Bret would change the face of WrestleMania 13 by defeating Sid in a steel cage match to become a 5-time WWF World Champion; included Hendrix conducting an in-ring interview with Ken Shamrock, who stated he would be impartial at WrestleMania 13, would not be swayed by the words of Hart or Steve Austin, and that he would let them go until one man submitted or could not defend himself; featured Hendrix conducting an in-ring interview with Sid, who stated he would defeat Hart on Raw, and that he smelled fear on the Undertaker (the first event on the MSG Network in 5 years; the final MSG show on the MSG Network):
The Sultan (w/ the Iron Sheik & Bob Backlund) defeated Flash Funk via submission with the Camel Clutch at 7:42; Sultan's music accidently began playing right before the hold was applied
Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn at 8:13 when Windham pinned Henry with a double axe handle to the back of the head after switching places with Bradshaw
Crush (w/ Savio Vega, PG-13, Clarence Mason, and D-Lo Brown) pinned Aldo Montoya at 1:46 with the heart punch; after the match, the Nation attacked Montoya until Ahmed Johnson cleared the ring with a 2x4
Ahmed Johnson defeated Savio Vega (w/ Crush, PG-13, Clarence Mason, and D-Lo Brown) via disqualification at 8:56 when the Nation interfered as Johnson had Vega covered following the Pearl River Plunge; after the match, the Nation, joined by Faarooq, beat down Ahmed until officials broke it up
WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & Owen Hart defeated Phil LaFon & Doug Furnas at 13:33 when Smith pinned Furnas after Hart tripped up the challenger as he attempted to suplex Smith into the ring
Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) defeated WWF IC Champion Rocky Maivia via disqualification at 14:45 when Goldust interfered as Helmsley had Maivia covered following the Pedigree; moments later, Goldust clotheslined Helmsley to the floor, with Marlena then running out and jumping on Chyna's back until referees broke it up
Faarooq (w/ PG-13, Savio Vega, Crush, Clarence Mason, & D-Lo Brown) pinned Goldust at 8:26 with a piledriver after Crush tripped Goldust, with Crush pushing Goldust's foot off the bottom rope during the count; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the bout; moments after the opening bell, Faarooq stated he had been forced to wrestle dead men, colored boys, and white boys, but drew the line at wrestling a "fag" like Goldust
Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated the Undertaker in a casket match at 7:26 when Mankind came out of the casket, applied the Mandible Claw on Taker, forced him into the casket, and Bearer closed the lid; after the bout, Vader & Bearer left ringside, with Taker then coming out of the casket, assaulting Mankind in the ring, and dropping him with a chokeslam and the tombstone; Taker then rolled Mankind into the casket, shut the lid, and went backstage, with referees pushing the casket alongside him
Dark match: WWF World Champion Psycho Sid defeated Bret Hart in a steel cage match at 9:56 by crawling through the cage door to the floor before Hart touched the floor by climbing over the top, moments after Hart hit a superplex to the champion

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 17, 1997 (15,000; 10,702 paid)
Leif Cassidy pinned Bob Holly with a powerbomb
Crush (sub. for the Sultan) pinned Jesse Jammes with the heart punch
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon
Rockabilly pinned Flash Funk
Savio Vega pinned Rocky Maivia
WWF World Champion the Undertaker defeated Mankind (sub. for Sid) in a lumberjack match following the tombstone; lumberjacks included: the Nation, Leif Cassidy, Bob Holly, Henry & Phinneas Godwinn, Jesse Jammes, Doug Furnas, Phil LaFon, and Rocky Maivia; the orginally scheduled bout between Taker and Sid was not advertised as a lumberjack match
Farooq pinned Ahmed Johnson after Savio Vega interfered and repeatedly hit Johnson with a chair
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Goldust while Chyna held Goldust’s legs down from outside the ring
Steve Austin & the Legion of Doom defeated Brian Pillman (sub. for Bret Hart), WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith when Austin pinned Owen

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 22, 1997 (14,615; 10,672 paid; sell out)
It was prior to this show Vince McMahon told Bret Hart he wouldn't be able to afford Hart's new 20-year contract; the show was originally announced as a house show for 9/13 but was moved to this date for the Raw TV taping
Steve Corino defeated Jimmy Cicero
The Brooklyn Brawler won a 20-man battle royal to earn a world title shot during the 11/15 MSG event; other participants included: Los Boricuas, DOA, the Truth Commission, Brian Christopher, Scott Taylor, the Headbangers, and Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw, among others
Shotgun - 9/27/97 - included the same opening segment from the previous Monday's Raw is War showing historic moments from MSG, as well as the main highlights from Raw; hosted by Jim Ross & Jim Cornette; included the showing of still photos from the Shawn Michaels / Davey Boy Smith European title match at One Night Only:
Savio Vega & Miguel Perez defeated Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw at around the 6-minute mark when Perez pinned Bradshaw following a spinning heel kick from Savio after he and Windham were distracted when Jesus Castillo & Jose Estrada Jr. came to ringside also
Crush & Chainz (w/ Skull & 8-Ball) defeated Recon & Sniper (w/ the Jackyl & the Interrogator) via disqualification at around the 4-minute mark when Jackyl interfered and shoved Crush off the top rope; after the bout, DOA cleared the Truth Commission out of the ring (Jackyl's debut)
Jesse Jammes pinned Flash Funk at 5:37 with the pumphandle side slam after Jerry Lawler, who was doing guest commentary for the match, interfered and shoved Funk off the top so that he crotched himself on the top rope
Vader & the Patriot defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Uncle Cletus) at around 7:30 when Vader pinned Phinneas with the Vader Bomb after Phinneas almost collided with Cletus on the apron when Vader moved out of the way of a charge from Phinneas
Raw is War - featured an opening segment showcasing many of the historic MSG moments with clips of Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, Bruno Sammartino, Gorilla Monsoon, Jimmy Snuka, Superstar Billy Graham, Andre the Giant, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth; NY Athletic Commission Chairman Floyd Patterson was in attendance for the show; included the showing of still photos from the Shawn Michaels / Davey Boy Smith European title match at One Night Only; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with the Undertaker regarding his upcoming Hell in a Cell match against Shawn Michaels, during which it was announced the winner would face the WWF World Champion at the Survivor Series; moments later, Michaels came out on the stage to interrupt, with his newly won European title, complained about the WWF stacking the deck against him and said he doesn't lay down for anyone; included a commercial for the One Night Only home video; featured a clip from the Jimmy Snuka / Don Muraco steel cage match at MSG from October 1983; included a tribute to the passing of Dick "Bulldog" Brower; featured a clip of the Andre / Big John Studd bodyslam challenge at WrestleMania; included an in-ring promo by Michaels until the Undertaker came out, with Triple H jumping Taker from behind and allowing Michaels to assault Taker with a steel chair; moments later, Rick Rude came out and joined in attacking Taker but Taker eventually grabbed the steel chair away and scared Michaels and Triple H from ringside:
WWF IC Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Ahmed Johnson pinned Rocky Maivia at 4:58 with the Pearl River Plunge; Farooq, D-Lo Brown, & Kama escorted Rocky to the ring but were ordered backstage by Sgt. Slaughter before the match began; prior to Ahmed's introduction, it was announced Ken Shamrock was injured and would be replaced in the tournament by Farooq; during the match, Capt. Lou Albano briefly appeared at ringside; Ahmed appeared to injure his hand during the contest (Ahmed's TV return match after a several month absence)
The Legion of Doom defeated Farooq & Kama via disqualification at 2:32 when Rocky Maivia and D-Lo Brown interfered as the LOD attempted to hit the Doomsday Device on Farooq; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the bout; prior to the match, footage was shown of the LOD and Steve Doocey giving the weather report earlier in the day on Fox News; after the bout, Ahmed Johnson attempted to make the save for the LOD but was beaten down as well until officials and referees intervened
WWF IC Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Owen Hart defeated Brian Pillman (w/ Marlena) via disqualification at 7:12 when Goldust interfered, punched Owen in the face, and then went after Pillman until he was held back by referees, with Pillman then escorting Marlena backstage; prior to the match, Pillman came out with his arm in a sling and said he broke his arm while he was making Marlena squeal like a pig; moments later, Sgt. Slaughter came out and - after proving the injury was a fake - threatened Owen and Pillman with never again wrestling in the WWF unless they had their scheduled match; moments later, the commentary team announced that Marlena and Goldust would renew their wedding vows during the Oct. 6 Raw from Kansas city; after the bout, Owen cut an in-ring promo dedicating his win to his brother Bret, with Steve Austin then coming out and attacking Hart until he was held back by police; moments later, Vince McMahon left the broadcast booth and grabbed the mic to calm Austin down and prevent him from going to jail; Austin told McMahon he appreciated that and then dropped McMahon with the Stunner, with Austin then being placed in handcufs as officials and referees checked on McMahon
Cactus Jack (sub. for Dude Love) pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) in a streetfight at 13:40 following a piledriver through a wooden table; before the match, Jerry Lawler spoke with Rhonda Shear, of USA Up All Night, who sat ringside for the show; prior to the contest, Dude Love appeared on the Titantron, saying that streetfights just weren't his thing; after inviting out Mankind as a possible substitute, Mankind said that he had an idea for the perfect replacement - Cactus Jack (Cactus' surprise debut) (Mick Foley: Greatest Hits & Misses, Falls Count Anywhere: The Greatest Street Fights and other Out of Control Matches)
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Goldust via submission with the Sharpshooter at 12:50 in a non-title match after grabbing Goldust's foot as Goldust held it in the air to block a top rope elbow; prior to the bout, Hart cut an in-ring promo regarding facing either the Undertaker or Shawn Michaels at the Survivor Series; after the bout, Shawn Michaels - who appeared mid-way through the bout - and Triple H attacked Bret, with Davey Boy Smith, Owen Hart, Jim Neidhart and Rick Rude then coming out and joining in the bawl; moments later, the Undertaker appeared, helped clear the ring, and then hit a double chokeslam on Hart and Michaels to end the show (Neidhart's return after a 2-month absence)
Dark match after the show: WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated the Undertaker and WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels by pinning Michaels after the Undertaker hit the tombstone on Michaels but was pulled out of the ring by the interfering Hart Foundation

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 15, 1997 (matinee) (15,479; 12,525 paid)
Prior to Bret Hart's leaving the WWF, the main event was scheduled to be a title defense for Hart pitting him against the Undertaker, Steve Austin, and Shawn Michaels in a four-way match; also originally scheduled was WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom vs. Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith, Vader (w/ George Steele) vs. Triple H, & Dude Love vs. Miguel Perez Jr.
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Headbangers when Road Dogg pinned Mosh after Gunn came off the top behind the referee's back
Farooq pinned Ahmed Johnson in a streetfight after Kama interfered as D-Lo Brown distracted the referee
Crush & Chainz defeated D-Lo Brown & Kama when Crush pinned D-Lo with a belly to belly suplex
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at the 15 minute mark with the superkick after interference from Chyna and distraction from Triple H
WWF Tag Team Champions Legion of Doom defeated Savio Vega & Miguel Perez Jr. when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Miguel following the Doomsday Device
Kane pinned Vader with a chokeslam
Max Mini, Nova, & Mosaic defeated Torito, Piratita Morgan, & Tarantula when Max Mini scored the pin
Dude Love (w/ George Steele) pinned Jim Neidhart at around the 4-minute mark in a No DQ match with the double arm DDT after Steele punched a blinded Neidhart fron the ring apron
Ken Shamrock defeated Rocky Maivia via submission with the ankle lock in a no holds barred match after fending off Kama and D-Lo Brown
The Undertaker & Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & Hunter Hearst Helmsley when Taker pinned Michaels with the chokeslam and tombstone

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 10, 1998 (19,259; 15,712 paid; sell out)
Included a segment in which an MTV camera crew taped Steve Austin cutting an in-ring promo regarding the SuperBowl half-time special 'Celebrity Deathmatch' which would be used to hype the program; originally scheduled for the show was Steve Austin & the Undertaker vs. WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & WWF European Champion Triple H in a steel cage match, WWF IC Champion the Rock vs. Ken Shamrock, & Dude Love vs. Jeff Jarrett
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku pinned Brian Christopher after 6 minutes with a roll up
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated the Headbangers in a Country Whipping match after 3 minutes when Henry pinned Thrasher after hitting him with the whip as Thrasher came off the top
Tom Brandi defeated Marc Mero via disqualification after suffering a low blow
Ken Shamrock pinned Farooq (w/ Kama) with a powerslam after throwing Farooq into Kama, who was on the ring apron; after the bout, Farooq argued with Kama and D-Lo Brown
The Undertaker & Legion of Doom defeated WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg in a steel cage match when Taker pinned Michaels with the tombstone after Owen Hart interfered and repeatedly hit the champion as he attempted to climb out of the cage
Vader pinned TAFKA Goldust with a splash after Luna was knocked off the ring apron
Kane pinned Chainz in under 2 minutes
Steve Austin & Cactus Jack (sub. for Dude Love) defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock & D-Lo Brown in a falls count anywhere match when Austin pinned Rocky with the Stunner after hitting him with a trash can and broom

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 22, 1998 (18,199; 15,297 paid)
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku pinned Brian Christopher
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated Skull & 8-Ball in a country whipping match
Marc Mero pinned TAFKA Goldust
Cactus Jack pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn in a falls count anywhere match
Ken Shamrock defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock via disqualification
NWA Tag Team Champions the Headbangers defeated the Quebecers
Bradshaw pinned Barry Windham
Steve Austin pinned WWF European Champion Triple H in a non-title match

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 5, 1998 (19,506; 16,814 paid; sell out)
The Headbangers defeated Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor
Scorpio pinned D-Lo Brown with a moonsault
Farooq fought Mark Henry to a no contest when the Undertaker came to the ring and hit a chokeslam on both men, later calling Vince McMahon out on the microphone and stating that if his request was not answered he would interfere in each consecutive bout on the card
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated the Legion of Doom after X-Pac interfered and hit Road Warrior Hawk in the head with one of the title belts
Bradshaw pinned Kama with the lariat
Dustin Runnels & Terry Funk defeated Los Boricuas
Ken Shamrock defeated Owen Hart in a submission match by reversing an attempt at the Sharpshooter into the ankle lock
Jeff Jarrett pinned Steve Blackman after Tennessee Lee held Blackman's leg during an attempted suplex
WWF European Champion Triple H pinned Vader with the Pedigree after Chyna interfered and hit a low blow on the challenger
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker defeated Kane & Mankind in a no holds barred match after Austin hit the Stunner on Mankind

Summer Slam 98 - New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 30, 1998 (19,066; 15,274 paid; sell out; 2,522 in Theatre; 1,816 paid)
Sunday Night Heat - Shawn Michaels did guest commentary:
Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor defeated the Legion of Doom at 2:14 when Scott Taylor pinned Road Warrior Animal after Road Warrior Hawk, who convinced Droz to let him take his place before the bout though visibly intoxicated, fell off the top rope while the LOD attempted the Doomsday Device, falling into his partner
Gangrel pinned Dustin Runnels at 2:32 with the DDT
Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Bradshaw & Vader when Skull pinned Vader at 2:56 after Bradshaw hit his own partner; after the bout, Vader and Bradshaw continued to brawl
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler on commentary:
WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown defeated Val Venis via disqualification at 15:22 when Val knocked down the referee after the ref inadvertently crotched the challenger on the top rope
Kurrgan, Golga, & the Giant Silva (w/ Luna & the Insane Clown Posse) defeated WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku, Mens Teioh, Sho Funaki, & Dick Togo (w/ Yamaguchi-San) at 10:11 when Kurrgan and Silva hit double chokeslams on the opposition
X-Pac (w/ Howard Finkel) pinned Jeff Jarrett at 11:10 in a Hair vs. Hair match after Southern Justice' outside interference backfired, with X-Pac hitting Jarrett with his own guitar for the win; after the match, Droz, the Headbangers, and the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn held Jarrett down as he had his head shaved
Edge & Sable defeated Marc Mero & Jackie in a mixed tag team match at 8:25 when Sable pinned Mero following Edge's Downward Spiral (Edge's MSG debut)
Ken Shamrock defeated Owen Hart (w/ Dan Severn) at 9:14 via submission in a Lion's Den match by reversing a Dragon sleeper into the ankle lock; this match was held at the Theater at MSG, adjacent to the arena (The Atittude Era)
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Mankind at 5:16 in a handicap No disqualification falls count anywhere match to win the titles following a spike piledriver onto one of the title belts; after the match, Mankind's missing partner Kane appeared out of a dumpster at ringside and attacked Mankind with a sledgehammer
Triple H (w/ Chyna) defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ Mark Henry) at 26:03 in a ladder match to win the title after Chyna hit a low blow on the champion as he climbed the ladder; prior to the bout, the Chris Warren Band performed the DX theme song to bring the challenger and Chyna to the ring; late in the match, Henry threw powder in Triple H's face, blinding him; after the contest, X-Pac and WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn appeared to celebrate and help Triple H to the back (The Ladder Match, The Epic Journey of Dwayne The Rock Johnson)
WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned the Undertaker at 20:50 following a low blow and Stunner after avoiding the challenger's trademark arm attack off the top rope (Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 90s, Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 25, 1998 (18,086; 15,226 paid; sell out)
The Headbangers defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy
Edge pinned the Godfather with the Downward Spiral
Marc Mero & WWF Women's Champion Jackie defeated Sable & Val Venis when Jackie pinned Sable
Golga & Kurrgan defeated Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor
Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker, Kane, & the Rock in a steel cage match
Gangrel pinned Goldust with the DDT
WWF European Champion X-Pac defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification when Jarrett used his guitar as a weapon
The Legion of Doom defeated Skull & 8-Ball
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock defeated Mankind and Vader when Vader submitted to Shamrock's ankle lock (Vader's last appearance for 14 years)
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 27, 1998 (16,282; sell out)
Edge pinned Headbanger Mosh by reversing a powerbomb into a sunset flip
Goldust pinned Tiger Ali Singh with a spinebuster
Al Snow & Scorpio fought the DOA to a no contest when the Brood interfered
The Acolytes defeated Road Warrior Animal & Droz when Farooq pinned Animal with an inside cradle after Droz tripped up his partner; after the match, Animal and Droz had to be seperated by officials
Vince McMahon defeated Mankind in an arm wrestling match with Sable acting as the special referee; the stipulation said that the winner would receive a kiss from Sable
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Triple H with the Corporate Elbow after Test interfered and hit the challenger with the title belt; Triple H 'won' the title earlier in the bout after using the title belt as a weapon but the match was forced to continue by Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson after they sent Chyna backstage
Val Venis and Godfather defeated Mark Henry and D-Lo Brown when Val pinned D-Lo with an inside cradle after Brown missed the Lo Down
Mankind defeated Test with a double arm DDT and the Mandible Claw
WWF European Champion X-Pac defeated Jeff Jarrett in a Guitar on a Pole match with the X-Factor and a guitar shot to the head
Billy Gunn & WWF Hardcore Champion Road Dogg defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Big Bossman & WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock via disqualification when Shamrock attacked the referee following a controversial pinfall victory by the challengers, made by a second referee after the original one was knocked out
The Undertaker pinned Kane in a streetfight after Shane McMahon accidentally hit Kane with a chair; after the match, the Undertaker beat up Vince McMahon while Kane hit a chokeslam on both Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson until Shane threatened to send Kane back to the insane asylum if he didn't stop

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 7, 1999 (16,399; sell out)
Edge & Christian defeated the Blue Meanie & Bob Holly
Al Snow defeated Goldust
Jackie, Matt, & Jeff Hardy defeated Mark Henry, D-Lo Brown, & Luna Vachon
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett defeated Val Venis & the Godfather
The Undertaker & the Acolytes defeated WWF European Champion X-Pac, WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg, & Billy Gunn when Taker pinned Road Dogg; late in the contest, Road Dogg injured his neck after falling through the ropes to the floor; after the bout, he was taken backstage on a stretcher; due to the severity of the injury, he was taken out of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre card the following week
Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman and Dan Severn via disqualification
Kane defeated Triple H
Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion Mankind, the Big Bossman, and the Rock

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 24, 1999 (16,821; sell out)
The Acolytes defeated DOA when Farooq scored the pin following a powerslam
Jerry Lawler pinned Darren Drozdov
WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane defeated Big Bossman & Test when Kane pinned Test with the tombstone
WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly pinned Val Venis after Al Snow interfered and hit Venis with Head
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett and Gangrel & Edge when Gunn pinned Hart with the Fameasser as Owen had Road Dogg in the Sharpshooter
The Undertaker & Mideon defeated Ken Shamrock & Mankind when Undertaker pinned Mankind with the tombstone
WWF IC Champion the Godfather defeated Goldust
Al Snow & Tori defeated D-Lo Brown & Ivory
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Big Show defeated the Rock & Triple H

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 26, 1999 (16,543; sell out)
Christian & Gangrel defeated D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry
WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow defeated Hardcore Holly and Steve Blackman
The Godfather defeated Mideon
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Ken Shamrock via disqualification
The Rock defeated the Big Bossman in a nightstick match
Billy Gunn defeated Road Dogg after Chyna interfered
WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Kane & X-Pac
The Big Show pinned Triple H
Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker via disqualification when Paul Bearer and Mideon interfered

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 28, 1999 (16,452; sell out)
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated D-Lo Brown
Gangrel defeated Chaz
The Big Bossman defeated Test
Val Venis defeated Mideon
The Acolytes defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy and Edge & Christian
Al Snow & Tori defeated Hardcore Holly & WWF Women's Champion Ivory
Steve Blackman defeated Ken Shamrock
WWF Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & the Big Show defeated X-Pac & Kane
WWF World Champion Triple H defeated the Rock

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 30, 1999 (16,678; sell out)
The Godfather defeated Viscera
D-Lo Brown defeated Mideon
The Big Show defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification
WWF Tag Team Champions Crash & Hardcore Holly defeated the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn
Mankind defeated Val Venis
WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated Test
X-Pac defeated Kane
The Rock defeated Chris Jericho
Edge, Christian, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Dudley Boyz & the Acolytes
Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion Triple H via disqualification

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 4, 1999 (16,510; sell out)
Kurt Angle pinned the Godfather with the Angle Slam
WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith pinned Christian with the running powerslam after the Mean Street Posse interfered
Crash & Hardcore Holly won a 16-man tag team battle royal also involving the Acolytes, Mean Street Posse, Taka Michonoku & Sho Funaki, Dudley Boyz, Headbangers, WWF Hardcore Champion Big Bossman & Prince Albert, and D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry
Rikishi pinned Shawn Stasiak
X-Pac pinned Test with a low blow and the X-Factor
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Chris Jericho & Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty in a handicap match after Chyna interfered and gave Jericho a low blow
Al Snow pinned Val Venis with a roll up
WWF World Champion Big Show pinned Triple H with the chokeslam
Kane pinned Viscera with the chokeslam
The Rock & Mankind defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn via disqualification after Al Snow interfered

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