WWF ALL AMERICAN (1983-1994)

1983

8/28/83 - debut episode; featured Vince McMahon as the host; the episode focused on WWF World Champion Bob Backlund, with all matches joined in progress - vs. Superstar Billy Graham (2/20/78; Madison Square Garden), vs. Ken Patera (1/21/80; Madison Square Garden), vs. Adrian Adonis (3/20/82; Spectrum), vs. Jesse Ventura (3/14/82; Madison Square Garden), vs. Buddy Rose (8/30/82), vs. Swede Hanson (9/14/82; Allentown, PA), vs. Graham (12/28/82; Madison Square Garden), vs. Iron Mike Sharpe (4/30/83; Spectrum), and vs. Ivan Koloff (6/4/83; Spectrum); featured a clip from the Backlund vs. WWF IC Champion Don Muraco match from the 3/20/83 Madison Square Garden event; included a closing segment in which McMahon conducted a studio interview with Backlund

9/4/83 - the episode focused on Jimmy Snuka; included the Snuka / WWF IC Champion Don Muraco brawl from the 6/18/83 Championship Wrestling episode; featured Vince McMahon conducting a closing studio interview with Snuka:
- Jimmy Snuka (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) pinned Jeff Craney with the splash off the top at 2:58; after the bout, Craney was taken out on a stretcher (Snuka's debut) (1/26/82; Allentown, PA)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match at 15:10 by avoiding a lunge from the challenger and escaping through the door after Snuka missed a splash off the top of the cage; prior to the match, Vince McMahon conducted ringside interviews with Steve Travis and Freddie Blassie and announced Andre the Giant would face Blackjack Mulligan the following month in a Texas Death Match; before the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Snuka and Arnold Skaaland escorted Backlund to the ring; rules for the bout stated the winner could only win by escaping through the door; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s, Legends of Wrestling: Hulk Hogan and Bob Backlund) (6/28/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka fought Ray Stevens (w/ Freddie Blassie) to a no contest when Capt. Lou Albano came out during the introductions and attacked Snuka; Stevens then assaulted Snuka from behind, bloodied him, and twice dropped him with a piledriver on the concrete floor; moments later, Snuka was taken backstage on a stretcher (10/5/82; Allentown, PA)
- Jimmy Snuka defeated Ray Stevens via count-out at 6:50 after Snuka threw Stevens into the corner, with Stevens then falling out to the floor and not being able to meet the referee's 10-count; after the bout, Snuka again knocked Stevens to the floor (Best of Confidential Vol. 1) (12/28/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco via count-out at 11:24 when Muraco left ringside; Swede Hanson was the guest referee for the bout (8/13/83; Spectrum)

9/11/83 - the episode focused on Andre the Giant; featured footage of Vince McMahon conducting an empty arena interview with Andre from 1979, where Andre stood on a box to make himself appear that much taller than McMahon; included the Andre vs. Big John Studd bodyslam challenge from the 2/26/83 Championship Wrestling:
- Andre the Giant defeated Johnny Rodz & Jose Estrada in a handicap match at 4:58 by pinning both at the same time after Rodz dived off the top and landed on his partner when Andre moved out of the way; moments earlier, Andre hit a boot to the face and a splash on Estrada (2/16/83; Hamburg, PA)
- Rick McGraw & Andre the Giant defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Saito & Mr. Fuji in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: the challengers won via disqualification (3/14/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant pinned Hulk Hogan at 12:18 when Hogan failed a slam attempt and guest referee Gorilla Monsoon made a fast count; prior to the match, Hogan was escorted ringside by Freddie Blassie; just before the finish, Hogan successfully slammed Andre (9/22/80; Madison Square Garden) (Hulk Hogan: The Unreleased Archives)
- Andre the Giant fought Big John Studd to a double disqualification at 23:14 (9/23/83; Capital Centre)

9/25/83:
- Tito Santana pinned Mr. Fuji at 11:04 with a crossbody off the top (8/13/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Jules & Chief Jay Strongbow to win the titles at 5:52 when Sika pinned Jules after a double clothesline and a Samoan Drop (3/8/83; Allentown, PA) (Tag Team Champions)
- Hulk Hogan, Jim Brunzell, & Greg Gagne defeated Ken Patera, Jesse Ventura, & Bobby Heenan when Hogan pinned Heenan with the legdrop (AWA - 3/13/83; St. Paul, MN)
- The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Ray Coutu via submission with the Camel Clutch at 2:49 (9/13/83; Allentown, PA)
- North American Heavyweight Champion Butch Reed pinned Magnum TA with a clothesline (Mid-South - 7/27/83; Shreveport, LA)

10/2/83:
- Andre the Giant & Jimmy Snuka defeated the Wild Samoans at 12:51 when Snuka pinned Sika with a splash off Andre's shoulders following a boot to the face by Andre; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escored the Samoans to the ring while Buddy Rogers escorted Snuka & Andre (2/18/83; Madison Square Garden) (Andre the Giant VHS, Andre the Giant DVD)
- Ron Bass vs. Ray Harris (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- Kevin Von Erich vs. Jimmy Garvin (WCCW)
- Don Muraco pinned WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales to win the title at 11:34 when the champion's injured knee gave out as he attempted a slam, with Morales falling on top for the pin (Morales' first pinfall loss at MSG in 18 years) (1/22/83; Madison Square Garden) (Best of the WWF Vol. 2, History of the Intercontinental Title)
- The Invaders vs. ?

10/9/83:
- The Masked Superstar (w/ the Grand Wizard) pinned Eddie Gilbert at 2:58 after two corkscrew neckbreakers; after the bout, Superstar hit a third neckbreaker on the floor; moments later, Gilbert was attended to by Dr. George Zahorian (9/18/83; Allentown, PA)
- David Schultz pinned Buck Zumhoff with the tombstone (AWA - 8/28/83; St. Paul, MN)
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ the Grand Wizard) defeated Swede Hanson via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 9:44 (7/30/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant, Ivan Putski, Chief Jay Strongbow, & Rocky Johnson defeated Big John Studd, Samula, & WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match, 3-1; fall #1: Studd's team was disqualified at 5:13 when all members of the team began fighting in the ring; fall #2: Sika pinned Strongbow at the 46-second mark following a standing and falling headbutt; fall #3: Strongbow pinned Afa at the 23-second mark following a boot to the face from Andre as Andre stood on the ring apron; fall #4: Andre's team won at 2:46 when Andre pinned Samula with a boot and sit-down splash as Samula came off the middle turnbuckle (The Best of the WWF Vol. 5) (7/16/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Ric Flair & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Tom Lintz & Jerry Grey when McDaniel pinned Lintz (Mid-Atlantic; Worldwide - 9/3/83)

10/16/83:
- Jimmy Snuka (w/ Buddy Rogers) pinned Buddy Rose (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 15:26 with the splash off the top (1/22/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd in a $10,000 bodyslam match; after the bout, Andre threw the money out to the crowd until he was attacked by Studd (8/29/83; Los Angeles, CA)
- Pancho Boy & Sonny Boy Hayes defeated Farmer Pete & Butch Cassidy at 3:02 when Hayes pinned Cassidy with a dropkick after Jackson accidentally dropkicked his partner (3/20/83; Madison Square Garden)

10/23/83:
- Tiger Chung Lee (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned SD Jones at 8:41 with an enzuiguri (10/17/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell defeated Mike Brown & Puppy Dog Peloquin in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Brunzell pinned Brown after a dropkick; fall #2: Peloquin submitted to Gagne's sleeper (AWA All Star Wrestling - aired 9/11/83; Minneapolis, MN)
- WWF IC Champion Don Muraco defeated Chief Jay Strongbow at 7:12 with a clothesline after breaking out of the sleeper (9/24/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Butch Reed pinned Jim Duggan with a running shoulderblock (Mid-South - 3/21/83; New Orleans, LA)
- Ivan Koloff (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Bob Clement at the 59-second mark with a kneedrop off the top; after the match, Ivan went to the announcer's table and requested Pat Patterson interview him; moments later, Patterson said American wrestlers were just as good as Koloff, with Koloff then hitting Patterson and Patterson chasing him backstage (9/14/83; Hamburg, PA)

10/30/83:
- Tony Atlas defeated Killer Khan via count-out at 9:49 when Khan walked out of the match after sustaining a gorilla press slam (10/19/81; Madison Square Garden)
- Southern Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotundo pinned Jim Haley (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- Tito Santana fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a 20-minute time limit draw (10/17/83; Madison Square Garden)
- The Masked Superstar (w/ the Grand Wizard) pinned Pete Sanchez with the swinging neckbreaker at 4:36 (8/3/83; Hamburg, PA)
- NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood defeated Bill Howard & the Magic Dragon when Steamboat pinned Howard with the crossbody off the top (10/19/83; Shelby, NC)

11/6/83:
- Mil Mascaras pinned Moondog King (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 8:14 with a crossbody off the top (4/6/81; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Bob Bradley at 4:44 with a headbutt off the top (8/3/83; Hamburg, PA)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) fought the Invaders to a double disqualification at 8:52 when both teams began brawling in the ring, with Albano entering the ring and being hit with a double dropkick from the Invaders (10/5/83; Hamburg, PA)
- Rocky Johnson pinned Butcher Vachon following two dropkicks (10/5/83; Hamburg, PA)
- The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Jeff Craney via submission with the Camel Clutch at 2:15 (9/14/83; Hamburg, PA)
- The Junkyard Dog pinned Boris Zhukov with a powerslam (Mid-South)
- Kevin Von Erich pinned Buddy Roberts with a crossbody off the top (WCCW)

11/13/83:
- Barry Windham pinned Tony Diamato with a lariat (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Penny Mitchell at 6:06 (10/4/83; Allentown, PA)
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ the Grand Wizard) defeated Ken Jugan via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 3:05 (10/5/83; Hamburg, PA)
- Tony Garea fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a 10-minute time-limit draw (10/4/83; Allentown, PA)
- Hulk Hogan vs. Adrian Adonis (no ending was shown) (AWA; 1982)

11/20/83 - featured Pat Patterson interviewing the Iron Sheik and Freddie Blassie in the ring, where Sheik demonstrated how to use his Persian Clubs and challenged any American athlete to attempt an exercise with the clubs themselves (11/15/83; Allentown, PA):
- Mike Graham defeateded Mike Fever via submission with the figure-4 (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- Tito Santana pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Sika at 9:38 with the flying forearm (10/22/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- David Von Erich defeated the Mongol via submission with the claw (WCCW)

11/27/83:
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans & Samula (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated SD Jones, Swede Hanson, & Tony Garea at 11:24 when Afa pinned Hanson following a double headbutt from he and Sika (10/25/83; Allentown, PA)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated Mr. Fuji via submission in a non-title match at 6:54 with the Crossface Chickenwing (10/25/83; Allentown, PA)
- WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tiger Mask pinned Mr. Saito in a non-title match at around 3:44 with a crossbody off the middle turnbuckle into a sunset flip (12/7/82; Allentown, PA)
- The Junkyard Dog pinned Krusher Darsow with a powerslam (Mid-South - 9/15/83; Shreveport, LA)

12/4/83:
- Chief Jay Strongbow fought Tiger Chung Lee to a 10-minute time-limit draw (10/26/83; Hamburg, PA)
- Mike Graham & Southern Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotundo defeated Mr. Olympia & Dennis Brown (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 6:20 with a gutwrench suplex (11/15/83; Allentown, PA)

12/11/83:
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Samula (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 6:36 with a flying bodypress off the top; after the bout, Snuka cleared an interfering Albano out of the ring (11/16/83; Hamburg, PA)
- The Invaders & Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Mr. Fuji, Rene Goulet, & Israel Matia (11/16/83; Hamburg, PA)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Buddy Roberts (WCCW)

12/18/83:
- Mike Rotundo pinned Jim Haley (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) & Eddie Gilbert defeated Tito Senza & Joe Martin at 3:21 when Gilbert pinned Senza with a sunset flip following the atomic drop from Backlund (12/7/82; Allentown, PA)
- Gorilla Monsoon pinned the Golden Terror with a splash (3/25/78; Philadelphia Spectrum)

12/25/83:
- Salvatore Bellomo pinned Moondog Spot (w/ Moondog Rex) with a sunset flip at around the 10-minute mark (Kuwait City, Kuwait)
- Los Medicos defeated Maravilla & Chicky Starr (Puerto Rico)
- Tito Santana defeated Big John Studd via disqualification at 6:54 (11/24/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)

1984

1/1/84:
- The Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Tony Garea & SD Jones at 3:34 when Afa pinned Jones following a double headbutt (12/6/83; Allentown, PA)
- Mike Graham pinned Denny Brown (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- Pat Patterson defeated Tor Kamata via disqualification at 2:09 when Kamata threw salt into referee Dick Kroll's eyes after Patterson ducked the attempt; after the bout, Patterson fought off Kamata and hit a bodyslam before Kroll made a one count and then gave the match to Patterson on a disqualification (Villains of the Squared Circle) (8/9/80; Shea Stadium)
- Butch Reed & Jim Neidhart defeated Jerry & Marty Oates (Mid-South)

1/8/84:
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Art Crews (Mid-South)
- The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) at 11:50 to win the title when Skaaland threw in the towel as Backlund was trapped in the Camel Clutch; moments prior to the finish, Backlund attempted his roll up into a bridge but was unable to keep it applied due to his injured neck (The WWF's Greatest Matches, History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship, The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s) (12/26/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch (w/ Mad Dog Managoff) defeated Kevin Collins & Terry Daniels at 4:05 when Collins submitted to Adonis' sleeper (Adonis' return match; Murdoch's debut; Daniels' debut) (12/27/83; St. Louis, MO)

1/15/84:
- Paul Orndorff (w/ Roddy Piper) pinned SD Jones with the piledriver at 5:45; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Orndorff & Piper (1/3/84; Allentown, PA)
- Andre the Giant & Tony Atlas defeated Mr. Fuji, Mr. Saito, & Capt. Lou Albano in a handicap match at 8:14 when Andre pinned Fuji with a splash (12/12/81; Philadelphia Spectrum)

1/22/84:
- Magnum TA pinned Doug Vine (Mid-South)
- David Schultz (w/ Roddy Piper) defeated Salvatore Bellomo via count-out at 8:29 after Bellomo was thrown over the top and Piper kicked him on the floor (1/4/84; Hamburg, PA)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas defeated Dennis Stamp & Jerry Valiant at 6:15 when Atlas pinned Stamp following a press slam (Valiant's return) (12/27/83; St. Louis, MO)

1/29/84:
- Hulk Hogan (sub. for Bob Backlund) pinned WWF World Champion the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 5:40 with the legdrop to win the title after ramming the champion back-first against the turnbuckle to escape the Camel Clutch; during his entrance, Hogan was seen walking past Vince McMahon in the backstage hallway; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed the new champion backstage in which he was congratulated by Andre the Giant, Rocky Johnson, and Ivan Putski (Hogan's return to MSG after a nearly 3-year absense) (Hulkamania, History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship, Best of the WWF: Hulkamania, The Hulkster Hulk Hogan, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship, Hulk Still Rules, The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s, Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology) (1/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Rene Goulet at 7:02 with a diving headbutt off the top (1/4/84; Hamburg, PA)
- Mike Rotundo & Mike Davis defeated the Infernos (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch (w/ Mad Dog Managoff) defeated Terry Daniels & Rob Cheaney at 5:33 when Murdoch pinned Cheaney with a brainbuster following a spike piledriver (12/27/83; St. Louis, MO)

2/5/84:
- WWF IC Champion Don Muraco pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 10:04 with a sunset flip (1/21/84; Philadelphia Spectrum))
- Eddie Gilbert & Tony Garea fought Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee to a 15-minute time-limit draw (1/24/84; Allentown, PA)
- Mil Mascaras pinned Gilbert Guerrero at 5:43 with a flying headbutt (12/27/83; St. Louis, MO))

2/12/84:
- Andre the Giant defeated Charlie Fulton & Butcher Vachon in a handicap match at 3:13 by pinning both men at the same time after throwing Fulton into Vachon; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed Andre, with Andre saying he wouldn't want to challenge new WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, as he doesn't want to be a champion, and is happy as the giant, but may change his mind in the future (1/24/84; Allentown, PA)
- Billy Jack pinned the Scorpion (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- Tito Santana pinned Ivan Koloff at 15:46 with an elbow drop off the top (Koloff's last appearance) (12/26/83; Madison Square Garden)

2/19/84:
- Curt Hennig pinned Bulldog Brower at 7:58 after avoiding an elbow drop (11/29/81; Capital Centre)
- Roddy Piper, David Schultz, & Paul Orndorff defeated Eddie Gilbert, SD Jones, & Tony Garea at 8:56 when Schultz pinned Jones with a flying elbowsmash from the middle turnbuckle as the other wrestlers fought in the ring (1/25/84; Hamburg, PA)
- The Haiti Kid & Tiger Jackson defeated Pancho Boy & Dana Carpenter at 6:36 when Jackson pinned Pancho with a snapmare and a splash (1/25/84; Hamburg, PA)

2/26/84:
- Greg Valentine (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated B. Brian Blair at 6:31 via count-out after throwing Blair over the top to the floor from the apron (2/14/84; Allentown, PA)
- Paul Orndorff & Roddy Piper defeated SD Jones & Jose Luis Rivera at 7:55 when Orndorff pinned Rivera with the piledriver (2/14/84; Allentown, PA)
- Mil Mascaras pinned Samula with a splash at 7:09 following two flying tackles (2/10/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Andre the Giant defeated Jeff Griggs & Pat Hutchinson in a handicap match at 1:03 by pinning both men after throwing Hutchinson into Griggs from the top rope (1/16/84; St. Louis, Mo)

3/4/84:
- WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson defeated Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee via disqualification in a non-title match at 8:47 when Fuji threw salt into Johnson's eyes as he had a Boston Crab applied on Lee (2/15/84; Hamburg, PA)
- Mil Mascaras defeated Bobby Colt via submission at 3:22 with an abdominal stretch (1/16/84; St. Louis, MO)
- The Moondogs defeated Bobby Fulton & Brian Madden at 9:07 when Spot pinned Fulton with an elbow from the middle turnbuckle as Fulton was laid across Rex's knee (2/10/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

3/11/84:
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff via count-out at 12:24 after Hogan threw Orndorff over the top rope to the floor (2/20/84; Madison Square Garden)

3/18/84:
- Iron Mike Sharpe fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a double count-out at 7:10 (3/7/84; Hamburg, PA)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Mr. Fuji (w/ Tiger Chung Lee) at 5:03 with a roll up; after the bout, Lee hit Snuka with his kendo stick and Fuji threw salt into Snuka's eyes (2/10/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

3/25/84:
- The Invaders vs. B. Brian Blair & Tony Garea (3/6/84; Allentown, PA)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Tiger Chung Lee at the 3:03 with the legdrop (3/6/84; Allentown, PA)
- Big John Studd (w/ Roddy Piper) defeated Steve Lombardi via submission with the backbreaker at 2:52 (3/6/84; Allentown, PA)
- The Moondogs defeated Eddie Gilbert & Terry Daniels at 6:08 when Spot pinned Daniels with an elbow from the middle turnbuckle as Daniels was laid across Rex's knee (3/2/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

4/1/84:
- Big John Studd (w/ Roddy Piper) pinned SD Jones at 5:14 with an elbow drop after Jones missed a dropkick (3/28/84; Hamburg, PA)
- WWF IC Champion Tito Santana pinned Rene Goulet with the flying forearm at 9:21 (3/2/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Tony Garea defeated the Wolfman (w/ Freddie Blassie) via disqualification at 5:21 after Wolfman kept choking and biting at Garea; Antonino Rocca was the guest referee for the match; after the bout, Wolfman ripped off part of Rocca's shirt, with Rocca then dropkicking Wolfman out of the ring (4/1/75; Philadelphia, PA)

4/8/84:
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Pete Doherty at 2:57 with a headbutt from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Snuka (3/23/84; St. Louis, NO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch defeated Tony Garea & SD Jones at 5:29 when Murdoch pinned Jones with an elbow drop following a forearm smash from Adonis (3/27/84; Allentown, PA)
- Chief Jay Strongbow & Andre the Giant defeated Otto Von Heller & Don Leo Jonathan in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0 (4/29/74; Madison Square Garden)
- Ivan Putski pinned Ron Shaw with the Polish Hammer at 3:08 (3/28/84; Hamburg, PA)

4/15/84:
- Paul Orndorff pinned B. Brian Blair with a reverse roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage at 12:53 (3/23/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Gorilla Monsoon defeated George Steele via count-out (6/30/73; Madison Square Garden)

4/22/84:
- WWF International Championship Tournament Finals: Akira Maeda defeated Pierre Lefebrve via submission at 4:55 with the abdominal stretch; prior to the bout WWF President Hisashi Shima was introduced to the crowd who then presented Maeda with the belt after the match (3/25/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Tito Santana defeated Alexis Smirnoff at 11:43 with the flying forearm (3/23/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Big John Studd (w/ Roddy Piper - who came ringside midway through the bout) defeated Jose Luis Rivera & Johnny Rivera at 5:13 in a handicap match by pinned Jose Luis with an elbow drop (3/28/84; Hamburg, PA)

4/29/84 - hosted by Lord Alfred Hayes, subbing for Vince McMahon:
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Brian Madden at 6:15 with the superplex (4/6/84; Kiel Auditorium)
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee in a handicap match at 4:18 when Lee submitted to the Cobra Clutch (3/25/84; Madison Square Garden)

5/6/84:
- Paul Orndorff & David Schultz (w/ Roddy Piper) defeated Rocky Johnson & SD Jones at 10:05 when Schultz pinned Jones after Orndorff hit the piledriver on Jones behind the referee's back and then laid Schultz on top for the win (4/6/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Ivan Putski defeated the Wolfman via submission with a bearhug (3/17/75; Madison Square Garden)

5/13/84:
- WWF IC Champion Tito Santana fought Adrian Adonis to a 30-minute time-limit draw (4/6/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

5/20/84:
- Bob Backlund defeated Rene Goulet (5/9/84; Hamburg, PA)

5/27/84 - hosted by Lord Alfred Hayes:
- George Steele (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Billy Travis via submission at 2:58 with the flying hammerlock; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed Fuji & Steele (Steele's return after a 9-month absence; Fuji's debut as a manager) (5/9/84; Hamburg, PA)

6/3/84 - hosted by Lord Alfred Hayes:
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Tony Garea at 4:33 after the momentum of a crossbody by Garea put Orton on top; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed Orton (5/8/84; Allentown, PA)
- Paul Orndorff pinned Spike Huber with the piledriver at 8:10 (5/5/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

6/10/84:
- Ivan Putski defeated Tiger Chung Lee via count-out at 5:53 after hitting the Polish Hammer which knocked Lee to the floor (4/18/84; Hamburg, PA)

6/17/84:
- Jesse Ventura defeated Salvatore Bellomo via submission with the backbreaker at 4:31; after the bout, Ventura said he wanted WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan and referred to him as a chump and paper champion (Ventura's MSG return after a 2-year absence (5/21/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Billy Travis at 3:47 with a front suplex; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed Muraco & Fuji (5/29/84; Allentown, PA)

6/24/84:
- WWF Tag Team Champions Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis fought the Wild Samoans to a draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 19:51; fall #1: Adonis pinned Afa at 13:02 with a splash following a double elbow drop; after the fall, Capt. Lou Albano came ringside and went to the corner of the champions; fall #2: Afa pinned Murdoch with the Samoan Drop at 15:34; after the fall, Albano went to the corner of the challengers and offered to shake their hands but the Samoans didn't know what to do and Albano left ringside; fall #3: both teams were disqualified when all four men began brawling in the ring and Sika hit the referee; prior to the bout, Albano was introduced to the crowd but left ringside before either team appeared (The Life & Times of Capt. Lou Albano) (6/16/84; Madison Square Garden)

7/1/84:

7/8/84:
- The Moondogs defeated Salvatore Bellomo & SD Jones at 5:09 when Spot pinned Bellomo with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle as Bellomo was laid across Rex's knee (6/19/84; Allentown, PA)
- Mad Dog Vachon pinned Buddy Colt at 3:26 with the piledriver; after the bout, Vachon threw Colt to the floor and attacked him with a chair; Red Bastein was the referee for the bout (Wrestling's Biggest Smallest, Strangest, Strongest) (6/17/84; Minneapolis, MN)

7/15/84:
- WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch defeated Mil Mascaras & SD Jones when Adonis pinned Jones following a kneedrop off the top by Murdoch (6/15/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

7/22/84:
- Greg Valentine defeated Pat Patterson (sub. for Ivan Putski) via submission with the figure-4; after the bout, Valentine again applied the move (7/7/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Wild Samoans defeated Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee at 21:58 when Afa pinned Lee following a double headbutt after Fuji refused to tag into the match; after the bout, Fuji returned to the ring and attacked his fallen partner until Lee cleared the ring with a kendo stick (Best of the WWF Vol. 15) (7/7/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- B. Brian Blair pinned Jerry Valiant with an abdominal stretch into an inside cradle (6/17/84; Minneapolis, MN)

7/29/84:
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Roger Smith via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 4:55 (7/20/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Ivan Putski defeated Jesse Ventura via disqualification in an arm wrestling match when Ventura hit Putski as he was about to lose the contest; afterwards, Ventura attacked Putski with a chair (Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Strongest, Jesse 'The Body' Ventura 1998, Grand Slams) (7/20/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Big John Studd pinned Bobo Brazil at 5:44 with an elbow drop after Brazil missed a legdrop (7/7/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch defeated B. Brian Blair & Spike Huber when Adonis pinned Huber following a kneedrop from the middle turnbuckle from Murdoch as Adonis held Huber over his knee (7/20/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

8/5/84:
- Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper) pinned WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the title at 11:20 after lifting her right shoulder out of a bridged roll up; David Wolfe did guest commentary for the bout; after the bout, Moolah & Albano attacked the referee after hearing the decision (Best of the WWF Vol. 1, WrestleMania 26 Collector's Edition) (7/23/84; Madison Square Garden)

8/12/84:
- WWF IC Champion Tito Santana fought Bob Orton to a 20-minute time-limit draw; after the bout, both men continued brawling until the referee was able to pull them apart (7/23/84; Madison Square Garden)

9/2/84:
- The Spoiler defeated Billy Travis via submission with the claw hold at 7:07; the Spoiler was billed as the National Heavyweight Chapion (8/10/84; Kiel Auditorium)
- Big John Studd, WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch defeated Afa, Sika, & Samula at 14:47 when Studd pinned Samu following an elbow drop by Adonis behind the referee's back as Samu had Studd covered; during the bout, the top rope broke after Murdoch sent Samu into the ropes (8/10/84; Kiel Auditorium)

9/9/84:

9/16/84:

9/23/84:
- WWF IC Champion Tito Santana fought Paul Orndorff to a time-limit draw (Best of the WWF Vol. 2) (9/1/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

9/30/84:
- Brutus Beefcake pinned Chief Jay Strongbow with a clothesline at 5:40 (9/1/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

10/7/84:

10/14/84:
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Bob Orton Jr. at 12:23 with the legdrop after Orton missed a dropkick (9/7/84; Nassau Coliseum)

10/21/84:

10/28/84:

11/4/84:
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Jerry Valiant at 1:53 with the legdrop (9/28/84; St.Louis, MO; Chase Hotel)

1985

2/3/85 - included Blackjack Mulligan as a guest of Piper's Pit where Roddy Piper and Bob Orton Jr. showed up late for the segment with Mulligan saying he has intelligent conversations on his Blackjack's BBQ show and that Piper takes over the conversation and segment on his show and doesn't let anyone talk; Piper and Orton eventually walked off the set after refusing the off to chew on some of Mulligan's tobacco; the segment was later retaped for the 1/26/85 Championship Wrestling broadcast, but the originally taped segment was shown on All American (12/17/84; Poughkeepsie, NY)

2/17/85:
Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Swede Hanson at 10:54 with the tombstone (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

2/24/85 - featured Jim Neidhart & Mr. Fuji as guests of Piper's Pit, taped 1/22/85 in Poughkeepsie, NY; included the Junkyard Dog & Tony Atlas vs. Terry Gibbs & Carl Fury and Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik vs. Tony Garea & Aldo Marino matches from the 2/16/85 Championship Wrestling; featured the Spoiler vs. Pete Pompeii match from the 2/16/85 All Star Wrestling:
Bret Hart defeated Rene Goulet via submission with a sleeper at 14:32 (Hart's MSG debut) (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

3/3/85

3/10/85

3/17/85:
Hillbilly Jim defeated Rene Goulet via submission with a bearhug at 7:29; after the bout, Goulet had a verbal confrontation with Mr. T, who was sitting in the front row, until T jumped the guard rail and scared Goulet backstage (Hillbilly's MSG debut) (Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Smallest, Wrestling's Country Boys) (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)

3/24/85

3/31/85:
Mad Maxine (w/ the Fabulous Moolah) pinned Susan Starr at 2:42 with a rolling release fisherman's suplex (3/5/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

4/7/85 - featured the debut of Jesse Ventura's Body Shop, with WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine & Jimmy Hart as guests, taped 3/85 in Brantford, Ontario
Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned SD Jones at 6:52 with a powerslam (Jimmy Hart's MSG debut) (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)

4/14/85

4/21/85

4/28/85

5/5/85

5/12/85:
Rocky Johnson pinned Steve Lombardi at 3:49 with a sunset flip (4/16/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

5/19/85:
The Fabulous Moolah pinned Desiree Peterson after reversing a powerslam attempt into an inside cradle (4/16/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

5/26/85:
Ricky Steamboat & Jimmy Snuka defeated Moondog Spot & Mr. X at 3:02 when Steamboat pinned X with a karate chop off the top (5/7/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

6/2/85:
WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter & Wenonah Little Heart fought the Fabulous Moolah & Leilani Kai to a double disqualification at 2:59 when all four women began brawling in the ring (5/7/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

6/9/85

6/16/85

6/23/85:
B. Brian Blair won a $10,000 battle royal by last eliminating Bret Hart at 10:24; other participants included: Big John Studd, Tony Atlas, Aldo Marino, the Axe, George Wells, Johnny Rodz, the Spoiler, Joe Mirto, Moondog Spot, Ivan Putski, David Sammartino, Charlie Fulton, and Jim Neidhart; order of elimination: Mirto by the Spoiler; Atlas by Spot & the Axe; Marino by the Axe & Fulton; Fulton by Sammartino via a punch to the face; the Axe by Wells; the Spoiler by Putski; Studd by Putski; Spot, Wells, Rodz, & Blair; Putski by Spot; Wells; Rodz by Blair; Spot by Sammartino; Sammartino by Neidhart; Neidhart by Bret via an accidental dropkick; Bret by Blair via a dropkick after Bret became distracted by Sammartino at ringside; after the contest, Blair and Sammartino cleared the ring of the Hart Foundation (5/28/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

6/30/85

7/7/85:
WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Les Thornton pinned Gino Carabello at 2:43 with a backbreaker (6/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

7/14/85

7/21/85

7/28/85

8/4/85

8/11/85

8/18/85:
George Steele defeated Mike Watson via submission with the flying hammerlock at 5:12 (7/30/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

8/25/85:
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Les Thornton pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 4:44 with a backbreaker in a non-title match (7/30/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)
Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Sal Gee after hitting him with the loaded forearm support at 5:34 (8/5/85; Brantford, Ontario)

9/1/85:
Terry Funk defeated Rick McGraw via submission with the sleeper at 13:40; after the bout, Funk branded McGraw; moments later, McGraw attempted to attack Funk with the branding iron but Funk was able to escape the ring (8/3/85; Boston Garden)

9/8/85:
WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Les Thornton, Tiger Chung Lee, & the Spoiler defeated Paul Roma, Joe Mirto, & Gary Starr at 5:03 when Starr submitted to the Spoiler's claw hold (8/20/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

9/15/85:
Lanny Poffo pinned Joe Voigt at 3:45 with a moonsault (8/20/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

9/22/85:
Tiger Chung Lee pinned Jimmy Jackson at 3:24 with a back suplex and bridge (8/20/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)
Adrian Adonis pinned Lanny Poffo with the DDT at 6:55 (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)

9/29/85:
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Gary Starr & Paul Roma when Bret pinned Starr with the Hart Attack at 2:55 (9/9/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)
King Tonga pinned Bigfoot with a splash off the top at 3:22 (9/9/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)
Lanny Poffo & George Wells defeated Moondog Spot & AJ Petruzzi at 3:24 when Wells pinned Petruzzi with a running shoulderblock (9/10/85; Brantford, Ontario)

10/6/85:
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Tiger Chung Lee when Brunzell pinned Lee with a dropkick at 12:47 (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)

10/13/85:

10/20/85:
Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned George Wells at 12:23 after reversing a sunset flip into a roll up; after the bout, Funk attempted to use the branding iron as a weapon but Wells grabbed hold of it and chased Funk and Hart from the ring with it (9/7/85; Boston Garden)

10/27/85:

11/3/85:

11/10/85:
Terry Funk defeated Steve Gatorwolf via submission with a sleeper at 7:00 (10/13/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)

11/17/85:
Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Ron Shaw & Gino Carabello at 3:54 when Dynamite pinned Carabello with a diving headbutt after being launched by Smith; WWF Tag Team Champion Greg Valentine did guest commentary for the bout alongside Gorilla Monsoon (11/12/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

11/24/85:

12/1/85:
Lanny Poffo pinned the Gladiator at 5:19 with a moonsault; Greg Valentine did guest commentary for the bout alongside Gorilla Monsoon

12/8/85:
Bret Hart (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Lanny Poffo at 8:22 by reversing a hurricanrana attempt into a cover (11/9/85; Boston Garden)
Ricky Steamboat & Paul Orndorff defeated Steve Lombardi & Jerry Adams at 4:53 when Steamboat pinned Adams with a crossbody off the top (11/4/85; Brantford, Ontario)
Dan Spivey pinned Terry Gibbs with a bulldog at 10:10 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8) (11/25/85; Madison Square Garden)

12/15/85 - included Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart as guests of Piper's Pit, taped 11/12/85 in Poughkeepsie, NY, in which Piper & Bob Orton Jr. gave their kilt and cowboy hat, respectively, to the Hart Foundation in exchange for Bret's sunglasses:
Jesse Ventura defeated Barry O via submission with the backbreaker at 10:21 (11/25/85; Madison Square Garden)

12/22/85:
Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Garea at 7:17 with a powerslam (11/9/85; Boston Garden)
Lanny Poffo pinned Mr. X at 2:28 with a moonsault (12/3/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

12/29/85:
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Moondog Spot & Ted Grizzly at 4:58 when Brunzell pinned Grizzly with a dropkick (12/16/85; Brantford, Ontario)

1986

1/5/86:
Tony Parisi pinned Steve Lombardi at 5:17 with a sit-down splash off the top (12/16/85; Brantford, Ontario)
Tony Atlas pinned Moondog Spot with a headscissors into a cradle at 7:24 (12/7/85; Boston Garden)

1/12/86:
Canadian Heavyweight Champion Dino Bravo pinned Tiger Chung Lee (sub. for Adrian Adonis) at 8:49 with a back suplex (12/15/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff defeated Brian O'Connor & Mario Mancini at 2:21 when O'Connor submitted to Sheik's Camel Clutch; Arnold Skaaland did guest commentary for the match, alongside Gorilla Monsoon (12/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

1/19/86 - included Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji as guests of Piper's Pit, taped 12/17/85 in Poughkeepsie, NY, in which Muraco and Roddy Piper played with Hulk Hogan and Junkyard Dog thumb wrestlers:
Lanny Poffo pinned Rick Jacobs at 3:06 with the moonsault (12/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

1/26/86 - included Cpl. Kirchner as a guest of the Body Shop, taped 12/16/85 in Brantford, Ontario:
Ron Shaw pinned Rene Goulet at 6:57 with a sunset flip (12/15/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
SD Jones pinned Rusty Brooks with a reverse sunset roll up at 3:10 (12/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

2/2/86:
SD Jones pinned the Gladiator at 3:35 with a headbutt (1/7/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)

2/9/86:

2/16/86:
King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jim Powers & Mike Saxon at 4:13 when Bundy pinned Saxon with the Avalance and an elbow drop (1/7/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)
Danny Spivey pinned Rene Goulet with a bulldog at 12:50 (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)
Cousin Luke pinned Les Thornton at 3:28 with a sit-down splash after Thornton hit the corner (1/11/86; Boston Garden)

2/23/86:
Lanny Poffo & George Wells defeated Rusty Brooks & Johnny K9 when Wells pinned K9 with a running shoulderblock at 3:47 (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)

3/2/86:
WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Susan Starr at 2:53 in a non-title match after avoiding a crossbody off the top (2/10/86; Brantford, Ontario)
Terry & Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jeff Gripley & Ivan MacDonald at 5:14 when Gripley submitted to Dory's Boston Crab; after the match, Hart branded Gripley (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)
Pedro Morales & Tony Atlas defeated Chuck Simpson & Bob Bradley at 4:52 when Morales pinned Simpson with a backbreaker (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)

3/9/86:
Sivi Afi pinned Bob Wade at 3:31 with a splash off the top (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)
Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Tony Stetson via submission with a backbreaker at 3:06 (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)

3/16/86:
Lanny Poffo pinned Paul Christy with a moonsault at 9:56 (2/8/86; Boston Garden)

3/23/86:
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Les Thornton & Barry O at 4:54 when Brunzell pinned Thornton with a dropkick (3/11/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)

3/30/86

4/6/86

4/13/86:
The Crush Girls defeated Leilani Kai & Black Venus when Nagayo pinned Venus with a German suplex into a bridge at 7:46 (3/11/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)
Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Nelson Veilleux via submission with the backbreaker at 2:56 (3/24/86; Brantford, Ontario)
Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Moondog Spot & Barry O at 3:17 when Barry submitted to Jacques' sleeper (3/24/86; Brantford, Ontario)

4/20/86

4/27/86:
Jake Roberts pinned Jose Luis Rivera with the DDT at 10:30 (3/8/86; Boston Garden)

5/4/86:
Bob Orton Jr. pinned Jose Luis Rivera with the superplex at 3:38 (4/1/86; Etobicoke, Ontario)

5/11/86:
Sivi Afi pinned Rene Goulet with a flying bodypress at 11:06 (3/8/86; Boston Garden)

5/18/86:
Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Terry Morgan via submission with the backbreaker at 3:39 (5/5/86; Brantford, Ontario)
Tiger Chung Lee pinned Don Kolov with a tombstone at 5:34 (5/4/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)

5/25/86 - included Harley Race & Bobby Heenan as guests of the Flower Shop, taped 5/13/86 in Poughkeepsie, NY:
Judy Martin pinned Candice Pardue with a powerbomb at 3:39 (5/5/86; Brantford, Ontario)

6/1/86

6/8/86

6/15/86

6/22/86:
Billy Jack Haynes defeated AJ Petruzzi via submission with the full nelson at 2:52 (6/3/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)

6/29/86:
WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Jeanne Kirkland (Black Venus) at 2:47 after Kirkland missed a dropkick (6/3/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)
Jimmy Jack Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Garea with a powerslam at 10:06 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8) (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden) Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Larry Finnegan at 4:55 when Jacques pinned Finnegan with a dropkick from the middle turnbuckle (6/16/86; Brantford, Ontario)

7/6/86:
Cousin Luke pinned Johnny K-9 at 4:51 with a boot to the face and a splash (6/16/86; Brantford, Ontario)

7/13/86

7/20/86:
Velvet McIntyre pinned Penny Mitchell with a victory roll at 8:10 (6/24/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)

7/27/86

8/3/86:
Ricky Steamboat pinned Moondog Rex with the flying bodypress at 10:11 (6/16/86; Brantford, Ontario)
Billy Jack Haynes defeated Steve Lombardi via submission with the full nelson at 5:19 (6/16/86; Brantford, Ontario)

8/10/86

8/17/86

8/24/86:
King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated King Tonga & Sivi Afi when Bundy pinned Tonga after a kneedrop to the chest at 8:33, even though it seemed Bundy wasn’t attempting to get the pinfall (Best of the WWF Vol. 9) (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)

8/31/86

9/7/86:
Jake Roberts pinned Sivi Afi at 16:46 with the DDT (8/25/86; Madison Square Garden)

9/21/86

9/28/86

10/5/86:
Harley Race pinned Cpl. Kirchner at 13:40 when the momentum of a crossbody put Race on top; after the bout, Race insulted Kirchner on the microphone, resulting in a brief brawl between the two in which Race eventually knocked Kirchner down after a chair shot (9/6/86; Boston Garden)

10/12/86:
Sika (w/ the Wizard) pinned Lanny Poffo with the Samoan Drop at 7:28 (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)

10/19/86

10/26/86:
Mike Rotundo fought Jim Brunzell to a double count-out at 9:10 when both men failed to get back into the ring after falling over the top rope to the floor as Brunzell was hoisted into a fireman's carry by Rotundo; prior to the match, the two shook hands (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)

11/2/86

11/9/86

11/16/86

11/23/86

11/30/86

12/7/86:
Tito Santana fought Butch Reed to a time-limit draw at 21:23; the bell rung just as Santana had applied the figure-4 (11/16/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)

12/21/86:

12/28/86:
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Islanders at 11:17 when Bret pinned Tama after Neidhart clotheslined Tama into the ring while he was hooked on the top rope (11/16/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)

1987

2/1/87 - included Sika & the Wizard as guests of the Snake Pit, taped 1/6/87 in Hershey, PA, in which Sika wrapped Damien around himself and began licking the snake

2/8/87

2/15/87

2/22/87

3/1/87:
Blackjack Mulligan pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 3:21 with a flying back elbow; Bobby Heenan & Johnny V provided commentary for the bout (2/17/87; Springfield, MA)

3/8/87

3/15/87

3/22/87

3/29/87

6/14/87:
Hillbilly Jim (w/ Little Beaver) pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 6:54 by hitting Sharpe with his own forearm after Sharpe became distracted from chasing Beaver around ringside (6/3/87; Rochester, NY)

8/30/87:
Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification when the champions illegally double teamed the challengers; Lanny Poffo & Don Muraco did commentary for the bout (8/4/87; Madison, WI)

9/6/87:
Tito Santana fought Ron Bass to a 20-minute time limit draw (8/22/87; Madison Square Garden)

10/4/87:
George Steele defeated Brian Costello via submission with the flying hammerlock at 1:33; Sir Oliver Humperdink did guest commentary for the bout with Bruce Prichard and Mike McGuirk (9/15/87; Peoria, IL)

10/25/87 - included an interview with Ted Dibiase & Virgil, taped 10/6/87 in Milwaukee, WI where Dibiase offered $500 to a young boy named Shaun to bounce a basketball 15 times in a row; just as Shaun bounced it 14 times, Dibiase kicked the ball away and paid him nothing:
Ken Patera, Billy Jack Haynes, & Don Muraco defeated the Islanders & Bob Orton Jr. when Muraco pinned Orton at 13:37 after an attempted superplex failed when Patera hit Orton with his cast and Muraco fell on top for the win (10/7/87; Green Bay, WI)

11/1/87

11/8/87:
Don Muraco pinned Sika (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 8:20 after ramming his knee into Sika's head as Muraco fell from the top (10/16/87; Madison Square Garden)

11/15/87

11/22/87:
Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov defeated Jim Powers & Paul Roma when Zhukov pinned Powers with a running double axehandle at 11:24; prior to the bout, Nick Bockwinkel joined the commentary team (11/7/87; Boston Garden)

11/29/87

12/6/87:

12/13/87:

12/20/87:
Hercules pinned the Junkyard Dog at 8:15 with his feet on the ropes (12/11/87; Houston, TX)

12/27/87:
Billy Jack Haynes & Ken Patera defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Van Van Horne at 4:28 when Horne submitted to Haynes' full nelson; after the bout, Demolition came out and attacked Haynes & Patera until the babyfaces eventually cleared the ring by using Mr. Fuji's cane (12/9/87; Ft. Myers, FL)

1988

4/3/88:
George Steele defeated Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick & Nikolai Volkoff) via disqualification at 2:31 when Volkoff interfered; after the bout, Steele escaped a triple team and chased the opposition backstage with a chair (3/8/88; Bristol, TN)
Ron Bass pinned Reno Riggins with the Pedigree at 3:36 (3/9/88; Winston-Salem, NC)
Koko B. Ware pinned John Ziegler with the Ghostbuster at 3:20 (3/8/88; Bristol, TN)

7/3/88:
Brutus Beefcake defeated Mark Ming via submission with the sleeper (6/1/88; Oakland, CA)

7/10/88

7/17/88

7/24/88

9/4/88

9/11/88:
Curt Hennig pinned Ron Rovishod at 3:08 with a running clothesline (8/23/88; Providence, RI)

9/18/88

9/25/88

10/2/88

10/9/88

10/16/88 Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Tommy Angel at 10:21 after hitting him with the loaded forearm support (9/18/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)

10/23/88

10/30/88

11/6/88

11/13/88

11/20/88

11/27/88:
Lanny Poffo pinned Barry Horowitz at 6:28 with a sunset flip (11/5/88; Boston Garden)

1989

1990

9/2/90:
WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition Ax, Smash, & Crush defeated Jim McPherson, Jim Powers, & Mike Tecalo at around 5:30 when Crush pinned McPherson following the Decapitation (8/7/90; Springfield, MA)

11/4/90:
Tugboat pinned Tom Stone at 1:31 with a splash (10/9/90; Springfield, IL)

1991

8/4/91:
Jake Roberts defeated Typhoon (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at the 4-minute mark when Earthquake interfered; after the match, Earthquake set Roberts up for the sit-down splash but Roberts moved out of the way; the heels then grabbed the bag with Jake’s snake, Lucifer, inside and were about to squash it until Andre the Giant came to ringside and distracted them long enough for Jake to regain possession of the bag (7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta)

9/8/91:
Ricky Steamboat pinned Col. Mustafa with the flying bodypress at 4:08 (8/20/91; Erie, PA)

11/24/91:
Tito Santana pinned the Barbarian with a roll up at 7:56 (10/22/91; Dayton, OH)

12/1/91:
The Big Bossman defeated the Warlord (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via disqualification when Wippleman interfered at 5:29 (11/11/91; Utica, NY)

12/8/91:
WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned the Barbarian (sub. for the Warlord) at 12:26 by blocking a suplex attempt with an inside cradle (WrestleFest 92, Best of the WWF: Superheroes) (11/12/91; Springfield, MA)

1992

1/12/92

1/19/92

1/26/92

4/5/92

4/12/92

4/19/92:
Tito Santana defeated Repo Man via disqualification at 7:33 when Repo hit Santana with his steel hook and choked him with the rope; after the bout, Repo continued to choke Santana around the steel ringpost until officials sent him backstage (WrestleFest 92) (4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI)

7/26/92:
Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Kerry Von Erich via count-out at 8:09 after Sherri pulled Michaels off the apron, as Von Erich had the claw applied, causing both men to fall out to the floor, with Sherri pushing Michaels back inside the ring to break the 10-count (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario)

9/13/92:
The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated the Bushwhackers at 6:07 when Blake pinned Butch with an elbow drop as Beau held Butch's legs down from the outside after tripping him; after the bout, another referee came out and reversed the decision (8/10/92; Huntsville, AL)

1993

1/17/93:

1/24/93

2/21/93

2/28/93:
Virgil pinned Gary Key at 4:03 with the side Russian legsweep (1/25/93; San Jose, CA)

3/7/93:
Typhoon pinned Tim Patterson at 2:57 with the splash (2/15/93; Long Beach, CA)
Owen Hart pinned Jim Gorman at 2:42 with a crossbody off the top (2/15/93; Long Beach, CA)

3/14/93:
Giant Gonzalez (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Jim Powers at 1:43 with one foot on his chest after hitting a chokeslam (1/26/93; Fresno, CA)

3/21/93:
Owen Hart pinned Skinner at 4:47 with an inside cradle when Skinner picked him up after hitting the reverse neckbreaker and failing to make the cover (3/7/93; Fayetteville, NC)
Tatanka pinned Blake Beverly with the Samoan drop at around the 7-minute mark (3/7/93; Fayetteville, NC)

3/28/93 - hosted by Gene Okerlund & Bobby Heenan at WWF Headquarters in which Heenan investigated what he heard was a secret meeting involving WWF President Jack Tunney; the two then staked out the closed board room, with JJ Dillon eventually appearing to enter and giving a no comment about the need of the meeting; Heenan eventually saw a peek and said he saw Tunney, possibly Hulk Hogan, and Japanese dignitaries; included the contract signing between WWF World Champion Bret Hart and Yokozuna from the 3/28/93 Wrestling Challenge; Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for those matches; featured the Crush vs. Lee Armstrong, Headshrinkers vs. unknowns, and Lex Luger vs. unknown matches from the 3/27/93 WWF Superstars; included an ad promoting the WrestleMania IX Hotline; featured pretaped promos by WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS, as well as Hulk Hogan, Brutus Beefcake, & Jimmy Hart about the tag team title match at WrestleMania; included the Bushwhackers vs. Repo Man & Damien Demento match from the 3/22/93 Monday Night Raw; featured a video tribute to Andre the Giant, the first inductee into the WWF Hall of Fame

4/4/93:
Bob Backlund defeated Doink the Clown via disqualification at around the 5-minute mark when Doink attacked Backlund with his umbrella as Backlund attempted a cover (3/7/93; Fayetteville, NC)

4/11/93:
Jim Duggan pinned Damien Demento with the running clothesline at 3:45 (3/9/93; Augusta, GA)

4/25/93:
Kamala (w/ Slick) fought Papa Shango to a double count-out at 3:32 when Kamala stalked Shango backstage (3/8/93; North Charleston, SC)

5/16/93:
Crush defeated Blake Beverly via submission with the head vice at 2:17 (5/4/93; Worcester, MA)

5/23/93:
Doink the Clown (Borne) pinned Virgil at 5:17 with an elbow drop after squirting something into Virgil's eyes (5/5/93; Portland, ME)

5/30/93:
Bam Bam Bigelow fought Bob Backlund to a time-limit draw at around the 9-minute mark; after the bout, Backlund challenged Bigelow to 5 more minutes, even leading the crowd in a "5 more minutes" chant; after Bigelow seemingly accepted, he attacked Backlund from behind, threw him out of the ring, and then left ringside (5/10/93; Manhattan Center)

6/6/93 - featured backstage comments from the 1-2-3 Kid in which he talked about Razor Ramon's $5,000 challenge to get him back into the ring, with the Kid turning down the offer; included the Smoking Gunns vs. Dale Wolfe & Gus Kantarakis and Lex Luger vs. Jason Knight matches from the 6/5/93 WWF Superstars; featured the Mr. Hughes vs. Bert Centeno match from the 5/31/93 Monday Night Raw; included an ad promoting the King of the Ring Hotline; featured the Owen Hart vs. Ricky Rich and Adam Bomb vs. Chris Simpson matches from the 6/6/93 Wrestling Challenge; included the Jim Duggan "USA" music video; featured an ad promoting the Royal Rumble on Super Nintendo; included the announcement Tatanka, Rick & Scott Steiner would face Doink the Clown, WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS the following week in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match:
Crush fought Razor Ramon to a double count-out at around the 11-minute mark after both men began fighting on the floor; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund introduced the commentary team as Gorilla Monsoon & the Wizard, but instead it was Monsoon & Jim Ross; after the contest, Crush took the mic and said no one wanted to see a count-out and they wanted to see a 1-2-3, with the crowd then chanting "1-2-3" as Crush begged Razor to get back in the ring; Razor acted like he would but then left ringside (5/25/93; Sydney, Nova Scotia)

6/13/93:
Tatanka, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doink the Clown, WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1, at around the 9-minute mark; fall #1: Rick pinned Dibiase at the 33-second mark following a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle by Scott as Dibiase attempted to hit a piledriver on Rick; fall #2: Dibiase pinned Rick with a piledriver at around the 6-minute mark; fall #3: Rick, the illegal man, pinned Dibiase with a powerslam at around 2:30 as Dibiase attempted a leap frog (Best of the WWF: Heroes of the Squared Circle) (5/25/93; Sydney, Nova Scotia)

6/20/93 - featured an opening interview by Gene Okerlund of WWF World Champion Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji in which Fuji said his bodyslam challenge of Yokozuna would be held July 4 on the USS Intrepid; hosted by Okerlund & Bobby Heenan; included an ad promoting Royal Rumble for Super Nintendo; featured an ad promoting the King of the Ring pay-per-view replay; included Jim Ross & Gorilla Monsoon on commentary for the matches; featured the Adam Bomb vs. Jerry Seavey match from the 6/19/93 WWF Superstars; included the announcement Rick & Scott Steiner won the WWF Tag Team Titles the previous night in St. Louis; included the Mr. Perfect vs. PJ Walker, Bob Backlund vs. Doink the Clown, Tito Santana vs. Bert Centeno, and Headshrinkers vs. Ralph Mosca & Scott Despres matches from the 6/20/93 Wrestling Challenge; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Men on a Mission; included footage recapping Giant Gonzalez and Mr. Hughes' attack on the Undertaker and Paul Bearer from the 6/13/93 WWF Superstars and the theft of the urn, followed by a backstage promo by Harvey Wippleman & Hughes in which they said Taker would never regain his urn; featured an ad promoting WWF Hasbro figures:
Bastion Booger pinned Owen Hart at 4:06 with a running splash after Owen missed a missile dropkick (5/25/93; Sydney, Nova Scotia)

6/27/93 - featured footage from the previous Monday's Raw match between Razor Ramon and the 1-2-3 Kid; included the Tito Santana vs. Mr. Hughes match from the 6/26/93 WWF Superstars; featured a segment of the King's Court in which Jerry Lawler introduced himself as his guest, with Lawler saying he didn't attack Bret Hart at the King of the Ring and that Hart provoked him; Lawler then discussed what made him, not Hart, the king of the WWF; included the Marty Jannetty vs. Doink the Clown Best 2 out of 3 falls match from the previous week's Raw; featured an ad promoting WWF Hasbro action figures; included an ad promoting WWF Royal Rumble on Super Nintendo; featured comments from WWF World Champion Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji about the following Sunday's Stars & Stripes Challenge on the USS Intrepid:
Ted Dibiase pinned Bart Gunn at 9:16 after IRS, who appeared ringside late in the bout, hit Gunn in the head with his briefcase (6/14/93; Columbus, OH)

7/18/93:
Tatanka, WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Blake Beverly & Well Dunn at 9:07 when Tatanka pinned Blake with the Samoan Drop (7/7/93; Salisbury, MD)

8/1/93:
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Damien Demento at 3:57 with a DDT and legdrop off the top (7/6/93; Wilkes-Barre, PA)

8/8/93:
Owen Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) via disqualification at 7:15 when Diesel tripped Owen from the outside; after the bout, Hart was double teamed by Michaels and Diesel (7/25/93; Alexandria Bay, NY)

8/15/93:
Razor Ramon pinned Damien Demento at 4:40 with the Razor's Edge (7/26/93; Utica, NY)
Marty Jannetty pinned Fred Williams with the flying fistdrop at 4:25 (7/26/93; Utica, NY)
Bastion Booger pinned Phil Apollo with the sit-down splash at 2:34 (7/27/93; Plattsburgh, NY)
The Heavenly Bodies defeated Virgil & Glen Ruth at 5:33 when Jimmy Del Ray pinned Ruth with the moonsault (7/27/93; Plattsburgh, NY)

8/22/93:
The Bushwhackers defeated the Quebecars at around the 7-minute mark when Butch pinned Jacques with a roll up; after the bout, the Quebecars attacked the Bushwhackers in the aisle until several referees pulled them away (7/27/93; Plattsburgh, NY)

8/29/93 - included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Freddie Blassie and Capt. Lou Albano, taped 8/16/93 in Poughkeepsie, NY, regarding the upcoming Summer Slam main event, with both men predicting Lex Luger would win:
The Smoking Gunns defeated Well Dunn via count-out at around the 7-minute mark after Billy pushed Bart back inside the ring just before the 10-count (8/18/93; Lowell, MA)

9/5/93:
Razor Ramon pinned Damien Demento with the Razor's Edge at 4:26 (8/18/93; Lowell, MA)

9/12/93:
Marty Jannetty defeated the 1-2-3 Kid via count-out at around the 8-minute mark after the Kid missed a dive through the ropes; after the bout, Jannetty helped the Kid into the ring and the two men hugged out of respect (9/1/93; Saginaw, MI)

9/19/93:
The Heavenly Bodies (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Smoking Gunns at around the 6:30 mark when Jimmy Del Ray pinned Bart after Cornette hit Bart with his tennis racquet (8/31/93; Grand Rapids, MI)

9/26/93

10/3/93:
Rick Martel defeated the 1-2-3 Kid via submission with the Boston Crab at around the 7:30 mark after the Kid failed a top rope move (9/29/93; Portland, ME)

10/10/93:
Well Dunn (w/ Harvey Wippleman) defeated SMW Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson via count-out at around the 12:30 mark after Jim Cornette, who appeared ringside early in the bout and interfered throughout, and Tom Prichard & Jimmy Del Ray attacked Gibson in the aisle (Morton & Gibson's TV debut) (9/29/93; Portland, ME)

10/17/93:
Marty Jannetty pinned Pat Tanaka with a tombstone piledriver at around the 7:30 mark (9/29/93; Portland, ME)

10/24/93:
Rick Martel defeated Owen Hart via count-out at 8:25 after Jerry Lawler came ringside and rammed Hart face-first into the steel ring post as Martel distracted the referee (Bloopers, Bleeps, & Bodyslams) (9/28/93; Worcester, MA)

12/5/93

12/12/93

12/19/93:
Bam Bam Bigelow & the Headshrinkers defeated the 1-2-3 Kid & the Smoking Gunns (12/1/93; Utica, NY)

12/26/93:
WWF Women's Title Tournament Finals: Alundra Blayze pinned Heidi Lee Morgan with a German suplex into a bridge at 6:29 after avoiding a clothesline (Blayze's TV debut) (12/13/93; Poughkeepsie, NY)

1994

2/20/94:
The Bushwhackers defeated the Black Phantom & Reno Riggins (2/2/94; Springfield, MA)

2/27/94:
Sparky Plugg fought Rick Martel to a 20-minute time-limit draw (2/2/94; Springfield, MA)

3/13/94:
SMW Tag Team Champions the Heavenly Bodies defeated John Paul & Mike Khoury (2/22/94; Bethlehem, PA)

5/29/94:
Lex Luger defeated Barry Horowitz (4/26/94; Burlington, VT)

6/26/94:
Kwang defeated Jim Powers (6/21/94; Wilkes-Barre, PA)

10/2/94

10/9/94

10/16/94 - final episode

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