BLU RAY RELEASES

2008

WrestleMania 24 (5/20/08)

2009

WrestleMania 25 (5/19/09)

2010

Royal Rumble 2010 (7/20/10)

WrestleMania 26 (8/3/10)

Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2009-2010 (8/24/10)

Summer Slam 2010 (12/14/10)

2011

The Best of Smackdown 2009-2010 (1/25/11)

Raw: The Best of 2010 (1/25/11)
- WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Triple H & Shawn Michaels (w/ Hornswoggle) defeated Chris Jericho & the Big Show at 12:01 when Triple H pinned Jericho after Michaels hit the superkick behind the referee's back as Triple H was in the Walls of Jericho; stipulations stated Jericho would be kicked off Raw if he and Show didn't win the titles; after the match, Triple H took the mic and said Jericho was gone, with Michaels then leading the crowd in saying "Suck it" (1/4/10; Dayton, OH)
- WWE World Champion Sheamus defeated John Cena via disqualification in a non-title match at 9:49 when, as Cena was being counted-out on the floor after being kicked in the head, Randy Orton slid in the ring and dropped the champion with the RKO; moments later, Orton attempted to drop Orton with a DDT from the second rope but Cena reversed it into the FU (1/25/10; Columbus, OH)
- WWE World Champion Sheamus pinned ECW World Champion Christian in a non-title match at 9:44 with the crucifix powerbomb after ramming Christian shoulder-first into the ringpost and kicking him in the face (2/8/10; Lafayette, LA)
- Sheamus, Ted Dibiase Jr., & Cody Rhodes defeated Triple H & Randy Orton in a handicap match at 5:03 when Sheamus pinned Orton with a boot to the head as Orton attempted to drop Rhodes with a DDT from the middle rope; prior to the bout, Dibiase & Rhodes cut an in-ring promo in which they said they would have been superstars regardless of Orton's help and that Orton and the fans would respect them within one week's time; after the contest, Triple H cleared Sheamus from the ring (3/22/10; San Jose, CA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Kane in a No DQ, no count-out match at 5:27 with the superkick; during the bout, Michaels used both the Crippler Crossface and ankle lock; late in the bout, the lights went out in the arena; when they came back on, Taker appeared in the ring, dropped Michaels with the chokeslam, and then disappeared (3/22/10; San Jose, CA)
- Randy Orton pinned World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger in a non-title match at 10:50 after avoiding the gutwrench powerbomb and hitting the RKO (4/5/10; Moline, IL)
- Eve pinned WWE Divas Champion Maryse to win the title at 2:00 with a roll over after blocking the French Kiss; prior to the bout, Eve briefly danced in the ring with guest host David Hasselhoff (4/12/10; London, England)
- The Undertaker pinned World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger in an impromptu non-title match at 15:48 with the chokeslam and tombstone; prior to the bout, Swagger addressed Randy Orton before issuing an open challenge to anyone backstage; when no one answered the challenge, Swagger went to leave until Taker's gong sounded, with Taker then appearing (4/19/10; East Rutherford, NJ)
- Tyson Kidd & David Hart Smith (w/ Bret Hart & Natalya Neidhart) defeated WWE Unified Tag Team Champions - WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin & the Big Show to win the titles at 11:41 when Miz submitted to Kidd's Sharpshooter after sustaining the springboard Hart Attack; prior to the bout, Miz cut an in-ring promo in which he complained about the Hart Dynasty beating them the previous night, then made fun of them for being part of a dynasty when they hadn't won any championships; Miz then called for Hart to come out and live up to his agreement to call ShowMiz the greatest tag team of all time; moments later, Hart appeared at the entrance stage, said ShowMiz were the greatest tag team of all time, said the Mountie was the greatest WWE IC Champion of all time, and David Arquette was the greatest world champion of all time; Hart followed by saying talk was cheap and that the Hart Dynasty would be called tag team champions by the end of the night; after the bout, Hart, Neidhart, Kidd, & Smith celebrated in the ring; moments later, during the commercial break, Show knocked Miz out with a punch (4/26/10; Richmond, VA)
- Edge pinned Christian at 12:09 in an impromptu match with the spear after avoiding the Killswitch and ramming Christian shoulder-first into the ringpost; prior to the bout, Edge cut an in-ring promo on his match at Over the Limit against Randy Orton; moments later, he was interrupted by Christian's entrance; after the match, Orton appeared on the big screen and said he didn't know why Christian was out there because that wasn't the opponent Orton had picked for him; the Undertaker's music then sounded, with Taker then coming out to the ring (5/17/10; Toronto, Ontario)
- R-Truth pinned Mike Mizanin at 10:05 with the Lie Detector; stipulations stated the winner would be the new WWE US Champion; during his entrance, Miz cut a promo while walking out to the ring saying he would take back the title that never should have been taken from him (5/24/10; Toledo, OH)
- WWE World Champion John Cena & Evan Bourne (sub. for Randy Orton) defeated Edge & Sheamus at 11:19 when Bourne pinned Sheamus with Air Bourne after Cena dropped Sheamus with the FU and sent Edge to the floor; prior to the bout, Cena came out on the entrance stage and said Orton was too injured to compete but there were a lot of guys backstage who hated Edge & Sheamus so it was easy to find a new partner; Cena then introduced Bourne, noting he had payback to give for what happened earlier in the show (5/31/10; Austin, TX)
- Evan Bourne defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification at 2:49 when Jericho repeatedly kicked Bourne in the ropes and pulled his fist back as though he would punch the referee; prior to the bout, it was announced about 500,000 votes were cast the previous week as part of Viewer's Choice Raw; during the match, Bourne kicked out of the Code Breaker; after the contest, Jericho attacked Bourne until Bourne fought back and hit Air Bourne (6/14/10; Charlotte, NC)
- Edge pinned Randy Orton at 11:36 with a reverse facebuster into a cover after Orton became distracted by Chris Jericho at ringside; after the bout, Jericho immediately dropped Edge with the Code Breaker, with Orton then dropping Jericho with the RKO; moments later, Evan Bourne ran out, fought off Orton, and attempted Air Bourne but Orton hit an RKO in mid-air; moments later, Bourne was tended to by officials in the ring (7/12/10; Lexington, KY)
- Randy Orton defeated Chris Jericho and Edge at 15:10 by pinning Edge after dropping both men with the RKO; stipulations stated the winner would challenge for the WWE World Title at Summer Slam; Jericho had his right arm taped following an injury sustained at Money in the Bank (7/19/10; Tulsa, OK)
- Randy Orton pinned WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin in a non-title match at 14:15 with the RKO; prior to the bout, Miz cut an in-ring promo in which he said Orton hurt his own career by attacking Miz the previous week; early in the match, WWE World Champion Sheamus appeared at the entrance stage; after the bout, Sheamus ran ringside but Orton held him off from entering the ring as the show ended (7/26/10; San Antonio, TX)
- John Cena & Bret Hart fought Chris Jericho & Edge to a no contest in a lumberjack match at the 5-minute mark when, after Jericho & Edge were knocked to the floor, the lumberjacks of Wade Barrett, Skip Sheffield, David Otunga, Darren Young, Heath Slater, Justin Gabriel, & Michael Tarver faced off with Cena & Hart; prior to the bout, Barrett cut an in-ring promo saying his match with the Great Khali had been canceled and that Nexus would shift the power in the WWE permanently; Sheffied and Otunga followed by saying Hart would join the injured list alongside Ricky Steamboat and Vince McMahon and that anyone thinking of joining Team WWE should consider what they did to WWE Unified Tag Team Champions David Hart Smith & Tyson Kidd, Mark Henry, and Khali; moments later, WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin confronted Cena & Hart backstage and said he wanted to hear them ask him to be on the team; after they did, he said he would let them know Sunday; moments after the match, John Morrison and R-Truth ran in the ring to watch the backs of Cena and Hart; eventually, Jericho & Edge did the same; the two teams then fought until Team WWE cleared Nexus from ringside, with Nexus then leaving through the crowd; the show then ended with Team WWE in the ring and Nexus looking on from the crowd (8/9/10; Sacramento, CA)
- Wade Barrett pinned Chris Jericho at 5:22 by catching Jericho attempting the Code Breaker and reversing it into the fireman's carry into a forward slam; Jericho's right arm was heavily taped for the bout; during the match, the remaining members of Nexus were shown watching on backstage; stipulations stated Barrett would be kicked out of Nexus if he lost (8/16/10; Los Angeles, CA)
- WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin defeated John Cena via disqualification in a non-title match at 13:03 when Daniel Bryan jumped Miz from behind on the floor; after the bout, Cena left ringside, allowing Bryan to lock Miz in a crossface until several referees swarmed the ring to pull him away; after the bout, WWE World Champion Sheamus left the stage (8/16/10; Los Angeles, CA)
- John Morrison (mystery opponent) pinned Chris Jericho at 10:00 with Starship Pain after knocking Jericho off the top rope; after Jericho's entrance, Michael Cole received an e-mail from the Raw GM which read, due to their actions the previous week, Jericho and Edge would be taken out of the Night of Champions main event if they did not win their respective matches during the show (9/6/10; Washington, DC)
- WWE World Champion Sheamus pinned John Morrison in a non-title falls count anywhere match at 6:43 after Chris Jericho hit Morrison over the back with a steel chair, moments after Morrison hit a crossbody from the top of the stage onto Sheamus at the entrance stage (9/13/10; Cincinnati, OH)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton defeated Chris Jericho in a non-title match via disqualification at 13:16 when Sheamus interfered as Orton attempted the RKO; prior to the bout, Jericho cut an in-ring promo saying he wasn't afraid of Orton, despite his change from the clean-cut fresh-faced man he was when he came to the WWE; Jericho then said he would be known as the Viper Killer and would add Orton to the list of men he has defeated during his career - Steve Austin, Rock, Triple H, Kane, Shawn Michaels, Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio Jr., John Bradshaw Layfield, Big Show, Edge, Undertaker, MVP, and CM Punk; after the commercial break, Jericho continued by listing Invader #1, Invader #2, Villano 1, II, III, IV, and V, Juventud Guerrera, Apollo Dantes, the Great Muta, Masahiro Chono, Yoshi Tatsu, Perry Saturn, Lex Luger, Sting, Ric Flair, Bill Goldberg, Buff Bagwell, Flash Funk, Kevin Nash, Diesel, Oz, Scott Hall, American Starship Eagle, Booker T, Stevie Ray, Sho Funaki, Jado, Gedo, Dean Malenko, Scott Norton, Flash Flanagan, Razor Ramon, and others; Sheamus appeared ringside mid-way through the contest; after the bout, Orton assaulted Sheamus before sustaining the Codebreaker from Jericho; moments later, Jericho brought a steel chair into the ring but ended up receiving an RKO; the crowd then chanted "Punt" before Orton kicked Jericho in the head; Jericho was then tended to in the ring by trainers and a stretcher was brought out for him as Orton and Sheamus, on the floor, locked eyes (9/20/10; Indianapolis, IN)
- Bragging Rights Qualifying Match: Sheamus pinned WWE US Champion Daniel Bryan in a non-title match at 5:19 with the kick to the face; during the bout, Michael Cole incorrectly stated Bryan was part of the reason Team WWE lost at Summer Slam (10/11/10; Seattle, WA)
- WWE US Champion Daniel Bryan defeated WWE IC Champion Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero & Kaitlyn) via submission with the LeBell Lock at 11:03; prior to the bout, Vickie cut a promo at the entrance stage in which she said Ziggler would erase the sole Smackdown blemish at Bragging Rights and the only reason Bryan won was because of a biased official; following the entrances, CM Punk walked out wearing a DARE T-shirt and Chicago Cubs jacket and joined the commentary team; during the bout, Punk said William Regal should get the sole credit for training Bryan because all Shawn Michaels did was take $3,000 from him; during the finish, Vickie pulled Ziggler's foot under the bottom rope with hopes of getting the hold broken but the referee didn't see it until after the decision; moments later, Ziggler tried to sneak up on Bryan as Bryan and Punk stared at each other but Bryan quickly turned around and scared Ziggler to the floor (10/25/10; Green Bay, WI)
- King of the Ring Finals: Sheamus pinned John Morrison at 12:05 with the kick to the face and crucifix powerbomb; Miss USA 2010 Rima Fakih was introduced before the bout as the guest ring announcer, and came out to Usher's "Oh My Gosh;" during her entrance, it was noted Fakih was a WWE fan and attended WrestleMania 23; after the bout, Fakih presented Sheamus with his robe, throne, and crown; moments later, Sheamus took the mic and briefly addressed the fans (11/29/10; Philadelphia, PA)
- Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater, Jimmy & Jey Uso (w/ Tamina), and Mark Henry & Yoshi Tatsu in an elimination match to win the titles at 11:56; Slater pinned Tatsu with the modified Zig Zag at 3:02; Kozlov pinned an Uso at 4:38 with the Iron Curtain; after the fall, Tamina remained ringside to be in the corner of Santino & Kozlov; Santino pinned Gabriel with the Cobra after Gabriel became distracted by John Cena, who came from under the ring and climbed on the apron; after the bout, Cena escaped into the crowd as Santino, Kozlov, & Tamina celebrated the win (12/6/10; Louisville, KY)

Hell in a Cell 2010 (2/1/11)

The John Cena Experience (2/15/11)

Royal Rumble 2011 (3/1/11)
- World Heavyweight Champion Edge defeated Jack Swagger, Drew McIntyre, and Tyson Kidd in an impromptu over-the-top rope challenge at 1:07; prior to the bout, Edge cut an in-ring promo saying he didn't want to wait for later in the show to face WWE World Champion Mike Mizanin and asked Miz to come out then and there; after he called Michael Cole a tool, Cole received an e-mail from the Raw GM that stated whoever could throw Edge over the top would earn the #40 spot in the Royal Rumble; after the contest, Edge took the mic and said he would smash the laptop just like he did several months earlier; as Edge confronted Cole on the floor, CM Punk, David Otunga, Husky Harris, Michael McGillicutty, and their new fifth member came out to the ring, with Punk cutting a promo saying the strong survive because they evolve; Punk then introduced the new member as Mason Ryan, with Ryan then only saying "faith;" Punk went on to insult John Cena and the "poor man's Nexus" the Corre before saying he would win the Rumble; Wade Barrett, Ezekiel Jackson, Heath Slater, & Justin Gabriel then walked out, with Jackson eventually saying the Corre would make sure Punk was eliminated from the Rumble; Jackson and Ryan then faced off before Cole received another e-mail which stated Barrett would face Punk later in the show and the loser and his group would be out of the Rumble match; Cole then announced John Cena would be the guest referee (1/24/11; Detroit, MI)
- Sheamus & Alberto Del Rio defeated John Morrison & Mark Henry at 10:05 when Henry submitted to Del Rio's armbreaker after Morrison hit a corkscrew plancha onto Sheamus on the floor; prior to the bout, Ricardo Rodriguez served as Del Rio's ring announcer for the match; during the match, Michael Tarver was shown watching the match backstage (1/24/11; Detroit, MI)
- WWE Divas Champion Natalya Neidhart defeated Melina at 2:45 via submission with the Sharpshooter and leaning so far back that her back touched the mat; after the match, Michelle McCool & Layla interrupted to say they would get their title rematch at the Royal Rumble (1/24/11; Detroit, MI)
- World Heavyweight Champion Edge defeated WWE World Champion Mike Mizanin (w/ Alex Riley) via disqualification at 16:39 when Dolph Ziggler, who provided guest commentary for the match, tripped Edge as he attempted to hit the spear on Miz; ; neither title was at stake in the match; following the ring entrances, Ziggler & Vickie Guerrero came out to join the commentary team; Edge's ribs were taped for the bout; after the contest, Ziggler dropped Edge with the Zig Zag, with Randy Orton then running out and dropping Riley and Ziggler with the RKO; Miz then hit Orton with his briefcase before running up the ramp (1/24/11; Detroit, MI)
- Michael McGillicutty & Husky Harris (w/ David Otunga & Mason Ryan) defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov (w/ Tamina) in a non-title match at 3:50 when Harris pinned Marella with a modified Flatliner; after the bout, Otunga took the mic and introduced CM Punk for the main event (1/24/11; Detroit, MI)
- Wade Barrett fought CM Punk to a double disqualification at 2:00 when guest referee John Cena stopped the match for excessive profanity, noting it was a PG show; stipulations stated the loser of the fall and their respective group would be taken out of the Royal Rumble match; prior to the bout, Ezekiel Jackson, Heath Slater, & Justin Gabriel escorted Barrett to the ring and Husky Harris, Michael McGillicutty, David Otunga, & Mason Ryan escorted Punk; moment slater, Cena ejected both groups from ringside; after the match began, Cena shoved Punk and slapped Barrett before then saying they couldn't retaliate or they would lose the match; Cena's ruling implied both teams were out of the Rumble match but Michael Cole received an e-mail from the Raw GM that said, due to Cena's actions, both Nexus and Corre would be in the Rumble match; the GM then said Cena would be out of the match if he didn't go back in the ring and apologize to both men; Cena apologized before fighting both men, prompting Nexus and Corre to come out; both teams then targetted Cena before the Big Show, Yoshi Tatsu, Mark Henry, WWE US Champion Daniel Bryan, WWE Tag Team Champions Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov, John Morrison, R-Truth and others ran out and had a brawl as the show went off the air (1/24/11; Detroit, MI)
Michelle McCool & Layla defeated Kelly Kelly & Kaitlyn at the 41-second mark when McCool pinned Kaitlyn with a boot to the face as Kaitlyn fought with Layla on the apron (1/25/11; Cincinnati, OH)
- Drew McIntyre pinned JTG at 4:37 with the Future Shock after blocking a backslide; Kelly Kelly sat ringside for the duration of the bout; after the contest, Kelly came into the ring as McIntyre left ringside (1/25/11; Cincinnati, OH)
- WWE IC Kofi Kingston won an impromptu mini Royal Rumble by eliminating both Alberto Del Rio and Kane at 2:42; Ricardo Rodriguez served as Del Rio's ring announcer for the match; prior to the bout, Del Rio cut an in-ring promo saying he had 39 wrestlers from all over the world backstage and he would prove he was destined to win the 2011 Royal Rumble by winning an exhibition match over those men; order of entry: Seth Allen (0:00); Mike Stevens (0:46); Kane (1:37); Kingston (2:37); order of elimination: Allen by Del Rio (0:21); Stevens by Del Rio (1:10; off camera); Del Rio & Kane by Kingston; after the contest, Del Rio & Kane surrounded Kingston in the ring until Rey Mysterio Jr. ran out to even the odds; moments later, Vickie Guerrero came out to the entrance stage and ordered the four men to compete in a tag team match (1/25/11; Cincinnati, OH)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. & WWE IC Champion Kofi Kingston defeated Alberto Del Rio & Kane at 15:39 when Kingston pinned Del Rio with the spin kick to the face after Kane kicked his partner in the face and walked off, with Mysterio then hitting the 619 on Del Rio (1/25/11; Cincinnati, OH)
- The Big Show pinned Heath Slater (w/ Wade Barrett, Justin Gabriel, & Ezekiel Jackson) in an impromptu match at 1:17 with the chokeslam; prior to the bout, Show cut an in-ring promo in which he said he had never won the Rumble but would do so Sunday, then commented on the Corre before Barrett, Gabriel, Slater, & Jackson surrounded the ring; after the contest, Show fought off Barrett and Gabriel but was taken down by a clothesline from Jackson; moments later, Chris Masters, WWE US Champion Daniel Bryan, WWE Tag Team Champions Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov ran out and eventually helped clear the ring (1/25/11; Cincinnati, OH)
- Randy Orton & World Heavyweight Champion Edge defeated WWE World Champion Mike Mizanin (w/ Alex Riley) & Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero) at 11:26 when Edge pinned Ziggler with the spear after avoiding the Zig Zag; prior to the bout, Miz cut an in-ring promo in which he said Orton dropping Ziggler with the RKO earlier in the show means nothing because he was still the WWE World Champion and remain such after the Royal Rumble; after the contest, Vickie took the mic and said she was banning the spear as a move and if Edge used it at the Royal Rumble he would lose the title; moments later, Edge hit the move again, knocking Ziggler off the apron to the floor; he then hit in a third time on the floor, then a fourth when he tried to give it to Vickie but she moved out of the way at the last moment (1/25/11; Cincinnati, OH)

The Chaperone (3/8/11)

The WrestleMania Story (3/15/11)
- Ricky Steamboat (w/ George Steele) pinned WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) to win the title at 14:35 with an inside cradle after Steele pushed Savage off the top as Savage prepared to come off the top and hit the challenger with the time keeper's bell (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and Pro Wrestling Illustrated) (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Silverdome)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a bodyslam and the legdrop at 12:07; Bob Ueker was the guest ring announcer and Mary Hart was the guest time keeper; after the match, Hogan was presented with a new heavyweight title belt (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Silverdome)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a retirement match at 20:46 with one foot on his chest following three flying shoulder blocks, each of which knocked Savage to the floor; midway through the bout, the Warrior kicked out after sustaining five flying elbowsmashes from Savage and, moments later, Savage kicked out of the press slam / splash combo by the Warrior; prior to the bout, Miss Elizabeth was seen sitting in the audience; after the match, Sherri threw referee Earl Hebner out of the ring, verbally berated Savage, and began kicking him until Elizabeth jumped the rail, ran ringside, and threw Sherri to the floor; moments later, Savage came to his senses and thought Elizabeth was the one who was beating on him only to quickly realize it was Sherri; after a brief pause, with Elizabeth clearly crying, Savage and Elizabeth embraced; on their way out of the ring, Savage held the ropes open for Elizabeth before taking a final bow (Elizabeth's first appearance in 9 months) (WrestleMania VII - 3/25/91; Los Angeles, CA)
- 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) (WrestleMania X - 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels to win the title at 20:02 by catching the champion's foot in the middle of the superkick and hitting the Stunner; early in the bout, both Triple H and Chyna were sent backstage following interference; Mike Tyson was the special ringside enforcer for the bout and made the pin after the original referee was knocked out; after the bout, Tyson knocked Michaels out with a punch to the jaw (WrestleMania 14 - 3/29/98; Boston, MA)
- Edge & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy and WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz in a ladder match to win the titles at 22:25 after Edge shoved Matt from a table top, placed across the top of two ladders, through a second table set up in the ring (WrestleMania 2000 - 4/2/00; Anaheim, CA)
- Shane McMahon pinned Vince McMahon (w/ Stephanie McMahon) in a streetfight at 14:12 following the Van Terminator off the top rope into a trash can; late in the match, Trish Stratus came out, pushing a sedated Linda McMahon to ringside in a wheelchair, helped Vince up on the floor, and slapped him; moments later, Trish and Stephanie fought in and out of the ring resulting in Trish stalking Stephanie backstage; moments later, Vince dragged Linda into the ring and assaulted Shane with a number of trash cans until Linda sat up and hit a low blow on Vince, proving she was never sedated and it was a set up all along; moments later, guest referee Mick Foley assaulted Vince in the corner, allowing Shane to set Vince up for the finish; prior to the bout, Shane acknowledged the WCW stars in the skybox, among them Stacy Keibler, Sean O'Haire, Lance Storm, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Hugh Morrus, Mark Jindrak, Mike Awesome, Shawn Stasiak, and several others (WrestleMania X-7 - 4/1/01; Houston, TX)
- The Rock pinned Hulk Hogan at 16:23 with two Rock Bottoms and the People's Elbow after avoiding the legdrop; after the bout, Hogan extended his hand to Rock, with Rock accepting; after Rock left the ring, Scott Hall & Kevin Nash came out, confronted Hogan, and double teamed him until Rock returned to help make the save; moments later, Hogan and Rock posed before leaving the ring together; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania 18 - 3/17/02; Skydome)
- Brock Lesnar pinned WWE World Champion Kurt Angle with the F5 to win the title at 21:08; during the closing moments of the bout, the challenger attempted a Shooting Star Press but missed Angle and landed awkwardly on his head; after the bout, the two men shook hands and embraced out of respect (Angle's last match for 3 months) (WrestleMania 19 - 3/30/03; Seattle, WA)
- WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Triple H via submission with the STFU at 22:04; prior to the bout, the challenger appeared on the entrance stage sitting on a throne and wearing a crown, similar to that of Conan the Barbarian; the champion's entrance consisted of a 1920s-style car driven out to the ring with several men in trench coats and tommy guns surrounding the ring, with Cena then appearing and firing blanks with his own tommy gun (the debut of Triple H's "Bow Down to the King" by Motorhead) (one of the men with tommy guns was CM Punk) (WrestleMania 22 - 4/2/06; Chicago, IL) - CM Punk defeated WWE US Champion MVP, WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho, WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion John Morrison, Shelton Benjamin, Ken Kennedy, and Carlito in a Money in the Bank match at 13:54 after Jericho's legs became stuck in the ladder; all three commentary teams provided commentary for the match; stipulations stated the winner would receive a world title shot to be used anytime within the following year; late in the match, Matt Hardy came out of the crowd and dropped MVP with a Twist of Fate off the top of the ladder (Hardy's surprise return after a 5-month absence) (WrestleMania 24 - 3/30/08; Orlando, FL)
- The Undertaker pinned Shawn Michaels at 30:43 with the tombstone after catching Michaels attempting a moonsault off the top; prior to the bout, Michaels was lowered from the rafters while Taker rose from underneath the entrance stage; during the contest, Taker landed awkwardly on his head after hitting a dive to the floor, with Michaels pulling a cameraman (Sim Snuka) in front of him to take the blow; after the bout, a graphic appeared on the entrance screen which read "17-0" (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (WrestleMania 25 - 4/5/09; Houston, TX)
- John Cena defeated WWE World Champion Batista to win the title at 13:30 via submission with the STFU after avoiding the sit-down powerbomb; following Batista's entrance, the United Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team performed at the entrance stage to introduce Cena; both men received mixed reactions; late in the bout, Cena kicked out after sustaining the powerbomb; moments later, Batista kicked out after sustaining the FU; after the match, Cena celebrated at ringside beside fans who wore "We Hate Cena" T-shirts (WrestleMania 26 - 3/28/10; Glendale, AZ)

Survivor Series 2010 (3/22/11)

Elimination Chamber 2011 (3/22/11)

DX: One Last Stand (4/5/11)

WrestleMania 27 (5/10/11)
- Jack Swagger (w/ Michael Cole) defeated Jerry Lawler via disqualification at 1:16 when Lawler assaulted Swagger with a steel chair outside the ring; Josh Matthews provided sole commentary for the match; after the contest, Lawler scared Cole into his pod, then climbed over and tried to reach Cole until Cole threw his drink in Lawler's face; Lawler was then forced back by Cole's personal security as Cole yelled that he would embarass Lawler at WrestleMania (Lawler's debut with new theme music) (3/28/11; Chicago, IL)
- Kofi Kingston defeated WWE IC Champion Wade Barrett via disqualification at 3:58 when Ezekiel Jackson, WWE Tag Team Champions Heath Slater & Justin Gabriel ran out and attacked Kingston after Barrett sustained the spin kick to the face; after the bout, Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov ran out to make the save but were beaten down; moments later, the Big Show and Kane came out and cleared Corre from the ring (3/28/11; Chicago, IL)

Extreme Rules 2011 (5/31/11)

Over the Limit 2011 (6/21/11)

Capitol Punishment (7/19/11)

Greatest Stars of the New Millenium (7/26/11)

Randy Orton: The Evolution of a Predator (9/6/11)
- Randy Orton defeated Slick Robbie D (OVW Christmas Chaos - 1/31/01; Louisville, KY)
- Randy Orton pinned Hardcore Holly with an Oklahoma side roll at 2:45 (Orton's TV debut) (4/23/02; Peoria, IL)
- Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Shawn Michaels at 19:22 after repeatedly punching Michaels in the forehead with a foreign object as he was mid-way through a back suplex into the ring; Michaels originally won the match at 18:36 with the superkick but referee Earl Hebner had the match continue after noticing Orton's foot on the bottom rope, which Flair had put during the last count of the cover (Unforgiven 03 - 9/21/03; Hershey, PA)
- Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) pinned WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam to win the title at 17:59 with the RKO after dropkicking the champion as he was perched on the top, causing him to crotch himself across the top turnbuckle, moments after guest referee Mick Foley prevented Flair from interfering with a pair of brass knuckles; prior to the bout, Foley came out and announced that the petition to bring back Steve Austin had one million signatures and that it was something to be celebrated; Stacy Keibler then came out in a cheerleader outfit and pom poms to celebrate with Foley; moments later, Orton & Ric Flair came out to interrupt, with Orton saying Austin was gone for good because of his win at Survivor Series; in response, Foley took off his jacket to reveal his referee shirt and said the IC title match would take place immediately (Armageddon 03 - 12/14/03; Orlando, FL)
- WWE IC Champion Randy Orton, Ric Flair, & Batista defeated the Rock & Mick Foley in a handicap match at 17:09 when Orton pinned Foley with the RKO as Foley prepared to apply the Mandible Claw (Foley's first match in 4 years; Rock's first match in 11 months) (WrestleMania XX - 3/14/04; Madison Square Garden)
- WWE IC Champion Randy Orton pinned Mick Foley in a falls count anywhere match at 23:03 by hitting the RKO onto a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, moments after Foley kicked out of another RKO; mid-way through the bout, Foley attempted to ignite the baseball bat but Eric Bischoff came out and threatened to stop the pay-per-view if Foley went ahead with it; after the bout, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista came out to help Orton backstage; pre-match stipulations stated that all members of Evolution would be banned from ringside for the duration of the match (Backlash 04 - 4/18/04; Edmonton, Alberta)
- Edge pinned WWE IC Champion Randy Orton at 26:37 to win the title with the spear after Orton hit an exposed turnbuckle back-first (Vengeance 04 - 7/11/04; Hartford, CT)
- Randy & Bob Orton Jr. defeated the Undertaker in a handicap casket match at 19:06 when, as Randy and Taker were fighting inside the casket, Randy hit Taker over the head with a steel chair; immediately after the bout, Randy locked the casket shut and brought it up to the entrance where he poured gasoline all over the casket and lit it on fire (No Mercy 05 - 10/9/05; Houston, TX)
- Randy Orton pinned Kurt Angle with the RKO at 12:45 after reversing an ankle lock attempt and sending Angle face-first into an exposed turnbuckle (Vengeance 06 - 6/25/06; Charlotte, NC)
- Hulk Hogan pinned Randy Orton at 10:57 with a boot to the face and the legdrop; late in the contest, Orton thought he had won the match following the RKO but the referee noticed Hogan's foot on the rope after counting 3 and had the bout continue (Summer Slam 06 - 8/20/06; Boston, MA)
- Randy Orton pinned Dusty Rhodes in a bullrope match at 5:40 after hitting Rhodes in the head with the cow bell; after the bout, Orton set Dusty up to kick him in the head but Cody Rhodes slid in the ring to protect his father, with Orton then leaving the ring (Great American Bash 07 - 7/22/07; San Jose, CA)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton defeated Triple H and John Cena in a No DQ, No Count-Out match at 14:10 by pinning Cena after Triple H dropped Cena with the Pedigree and Orton kicked Triple H in the head as Triple H had Cena covered; prior to the bout, the Jones High School marching band, out of Orlando, performed Cena's theme song to bring him to the ring; following Cena's entrance, the results of the fan text poll were shown in which 52% said Cena would win, 40% said Triple H would win, and 8% said Orton would win (WrestleMania 24 - 3/30/08; Citrus Bowl)
- John Cena defeated WWE World Champion Randy Orton to win the title in an I Quit match at 19:47 as Cena had the STFU applied using a pair of handcuffs Orton brought into the match several minutes earlier; after the bout, Cena grabbed the mic and yelled "I did not quit!" (Breaking Point - 9/14/09; Montreal, Quebec)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton pinned Sheamus in Hell in a Cell at 22:52 after dropping the challenger with a RKO onto the steel ring steps placed inside the ring; after the bout, Orton climbed to the top of the cage to celebrate the win (Hell in a Cell 2010 - 10/3/10; Dallas, TX)
- Randy Orton pinned CM Punk at 14:40 with the RKO as Punk attempted a springboard clothesline off the top, moments after Punk avoided a regular RKO inside the ring; Orton's right knee was heavily taped for the bout (WrestleMania 27 - 4/3/11; Georgia Dome)
- Randy Orton pinned World Heavyweight Champion Christian to win the title at 17:18 with the RKO as the champion attempted a springboard sunset flip from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Orton celebrated in the ring before returning backstage, with Christian then coming to his senses and slowly leaving the ring, repeatedly looking back to the ring as the show ended (5/3/11; Orlando, FL)

Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn (10/11/11)
- 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) (WrestleMania X - 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
- Tracy Smothers vs. Chris Candido (3/94)
- WCW US Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Syxx in a ladder match at 13:48 when, after both men grabbed hold of the belt and unstrapped it, Guerrero hit Syxx with the title, knocking him off the ladder; during his ring entrance, Guerrero was introduced over the PA as "wrestling's jumping bean;" after the match, Guerrero left through the crowd (WCW Souled Out 97 - 1/25/97; Cedar Rapids, IA)
- The Big Bossman defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 6:11 after WWF World Champion the Rock interfered; after the match, the Rock and Shawn Michaels continued to beat on Mankind (11/30/98; Baltimore, MD)
- The Rock defeated WWF World Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 13:00 after Paul Wight interfered as the champion had the Mandible Claw applied on the challenger and chokeslammed Mankind off the top of the ladder; following the entrances, Steve Austin appeared to do guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Rock knocked the ladder on top of Mankind who was laid out inside the ring; as the show came to a close, Austin slid into the ring behind the Rock and dropped him with the Stunner before holding up the title belt and throwing it back to the mat (2/15/99; Birmingham, AL)
- Vince & Shane McMahon defeated Steve Austin in a ladder match at 17:11 when Shane grabbed the briefcase after pushing both Austin and his father off; prior to the bout, Vince introduced Steve Blackman as Shane's replacement but moments later GTV showed Shane and the Mean Street Posse backstage, gloating over convincing Shawn Michaels that Shane was unable to compete; moments later, Michaels forced Shane to wrestle and ordered Blackman backstage and if either man refused the order he would disqualify Vince and award the match to Austin then and there; Austin had the match won moments earlier bur the chord that attached to the briefcase was raised, taking it out of arm's reach until it was later lowered for the McMahons; due to pre-match stipulations, Vince & Shane won 100% control of the WWF (King of the Ring 99 - 6/27/99; Greensboro, NC)
- Shannon Moore & Shane Helms defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi in a ladder match (WCW New Blood Rising - 8/13/00; Vancouver, British Columbia)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Edge & Christian in a ladder match at 11:24 after Lita interfered; stipulations stated it was Edge & Christian's only title shot against the Hardys (9/25/00; State College, PA)
- WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated WWE European Champion Jeff Hardy in a ladder match to unify both championships at 6:56 after knocking Hardy off a second ladder and then hitting a splash off the top of the first ladder; after the match, RVD raised Hardy's hand in a showing of respect (7/22/02; Grand Rapids, MI)
- Eddie Guerrero & Tajiri (sub. for Chavo Guerrero Jr.) defeated WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas in a ladder match to win the titles at 14:17 when Guerrero grabbed the title belts after Tajiri sprayed green mist into Benjamin's eyes as all three men were climbing the ladder (Judgment Day 03 - 5/18/03; Charlotte, NC)
- Rob Van Dam defeated WWE IC Champion Christian to win the title in a ladder match at 13:43 after hitting the Five Star Frog Splash off the top of the top of a ladder, then climbing a second ladder as Christian lay underneath (9/29/03; Chicago, IL)
- Katie Lea vs. Beth Phoenix (12/23/06)
- Ken Kennedy defeated Booker T (w/ Sharmell), CM Punk, Edge, Randy Orton, Finlay, Jeff & Matt Hardy in a Money in the Bank ladder match at 19:10 after hitting Punk off the ladder with another ladder; Edge was taken backstage on a stretcher after sustaining a sit-down splash off the top of a ladder in the ring onto Edge, who was laid across a ladder from the apron to the barricade; all three commentary teams worked the match; after the contest, Todd Grisham interviewed Kennedy backstage, who warned all the champions he would be coming for them (WrestleMania 23 - 4/1/07; Ford Field)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas in a ladder match at 17:18 when Matt grabbed the belts after Jeff hit the Swanton on Haas (One Night Stand 07 - 6/3/07; Jacksonville, FL)
- WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy defeated Carlito in a ladder match at around the 12-minute mark after pushing Carlito off the top of the ladder (12/10/07; Bridgeport, CT)
- Edge defeated the Undertaker in a TLC match at 23:21 after shoving Taker off the top of the ladder and sending him through several tables set up in the aisle; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant World Heavyweight Title and that Taker would be banned from the WWE if he lost; Curt Hawkins & Zach Ryder interfered on be half of Edge at the 17-minute mark and Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Bam Neely interfered on behalf of Edge at the 21-minute mark; after the contest, Edge, Hawkins, Ryder, Guerrero, & Neely celebrated at the entranceway, with Vickie Guerrero then appearing and hugging the new champion; after they all left ringside, Taker struggled to his feet and walked backstage as the show came to a close (One Night Stand 08 - 6/1/08; San Diego, CA)
- World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match at 22:19 following a headbutt as both men grabbed hold of the belt at the top of the ladder; early in the match, Jericho had a tooth knocked out; late in the bout, Lance Cade interfered on behalf of the champion but Michaels knocked him out with the superkick (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (No Mercy 08 - 10/5/08; Portland, OR)
- CM Punk defeated Christian, WWE US Champion MVP, Mark Henry (w/ Tony Atlas), Finlay (w/ Hornswoggle), Shelton Benjamin, Kane, and Kofi Kingston in a Money in the Bank ladder match at 14:24 after repeatedly kicking Kane in the head and knocking him off the top of an adjacent ladder (WrestleMania 25 - 4/5/09; Reliant Stadium)
- WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin defeated Randy Orton, Edge, Chris Jericho, Evan Bourne, John Morrison, Mark Henry, and Ted Dibiase Jr. (w/ Maryse) in a Money in the Bank match at 20:28 after knocking Orton off the ladder, with Orton landing across the ropes as he fell off; at around the 8-minute mark, as several of the participants were knocked down on the floor, Maryse climbed in the ring and went to climb one of the ladders until Morrison stopped her; after the match, Miz took the mic and said he made it, made believers out of all the critics, and was a future WWE World Champion (Money in the Bank 2010 - 7/18/10; Kansas City, MO)
- John Morrison defeated Sheamus in a ladder match at 19:09 after kicking Sheamus in the head as Sheamus attempted to tip the ladder backwards; stipulations stated the winner would be the #1 contender for the WWE World Title; after the bout, Morrison celebrated with the contract while sitting atop the ladder (TLC 2010 - 12/19/10; Houston, TX)
- Christian defeated Alberto Del Rio in a ladder match at 21:06 after Edge pulled into the arena in a jeep, distracting Del Rio as Del Rio attempted to take the belt, with Christian then pushing Del Rio off the ladder with Del Rio falling onto Ricardo Rodriguez and Brodus Clay on the floor; moments earlier, Clay interfered as Christian attempted to get the belt, with Christian eventually knocking him to the floor; Rodriguez served as Del Rio's ring announcer for the bout; stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant World Heavyweight Title; Clay excessively bled as a result of his brief interference; after the match, Edge and Christian celebrated together in the ring (Extreme Rules 2011 - 5/1/11; Tampa, FL)
- Jeff Hardy defeated World Heavyweight Champion Edge in a ladder match to win the title at 20:06 after the champion became stuck in the rungs of the ladder; after the contest, Hardy celebrated the title win until Jim Ross came into the ring to conduct an interview; moments later, CM Punk came out to cash in his Money in the Bank title shot (Extreme Rules 09 - 6/7/09; New Orleans, LA)
- ECW World Champion Christian defeated Shelton Benjamin in a ladder match at 18:07 after hitting a splash off the top through a ladder, with Benjamin lying on it, positioned across the apron and commentary table; at the 5-minute mark, the champion was tended to at ringside by a trainer after sustaining a cut near his eye (TLC 2009 - 12/13/09; San Antonio, TX)
- WWE World Champion Mike Mizanin (w/ Alex Riley) defeated Jerry Lawler in a TLC match at 11:52 after ramming the title belt into Lawler's face as both men fought atop the ladder; Lawler put Riley through a table mid-way through the match; during the final moments of the bout, Michael Cole left the commentary table to try to revive Miz on the floor before then stopping Lawler from climbing the ladder; moments later, Lawler repeatedly punched Cole in the face (11/29/10; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWE IC Champion Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero) defeated Kofi Kingston and Jack Swagger in a ladder match at 8:58 when Ziggler grabbed the title that fell after Kingston and Swagger, fighting at the top of the ladder, unhooked the belt; mid-way through the bout, Vickie tried to climb the ladder to retrieve the belt for Ziggler but Kingston grabbed the ladder and briefly tried to tip it before Swagger attacked him (TLC 2010 - 12/19/10; Houston, TX)

Greatest Rivalries: Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart (10/25/11)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart fought Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:39 when Neidhart and Jannetty, the illegal men, began shoving each other in the ring; after the bout, the two teams continued brawling until several officials as well as Hercules, Tito Santana, and Paul Roma came in to break them apart (11/25/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) fought Shawn Michaels (w/ Marty Jannetty) to a double disqualification at 4:23 when all four men began brawling inside the ring until they were seperated by two referees (1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 14:41 when Hart pinned Michaels when a crossbody off the top by Michaels put Hart on top for the win (3/30/91; Tokyo Dome)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a ladder match at 13:46 after dropkicking the ladder, causing the challenger to fall off, crotch himself on the top rope, and fall to the floor (the WWF's first ladder match) (7/21/92; Portland, ME)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated WWF IC Champion Bret Hart via count-out at 8:50 after Michaels knocked the champion off the apron into the retaining barrier after Hart became distracted by Sherri, who grabbed his leg preventing him from reentering the ring; after the bout, Michaels punched the referee and briefly posed with the title belt before the champion sent Michaels to the floor (4/29/92; Syracuse, NY)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via submission with the Sharpshooter at 26:40 after Michaels missed a dropkick off the top; after the bout, Santa Claus came to the ring to celebrate Hart's victory as fake snow fell from the rafters (Survivor Series 92 - 11/25/92; Richfield, OH)
- Bret Hart defeated Shawn Michaels in a steel cage match at 11:36 when, as both men attempted to escape over the top of the cage, Michaels got his leg entangled in the cage bars (12/1/93; Utica, NY)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart in an Ironman match to win the title; the original decision was a draw at 60:02, as neither man had scored a fall in the 60-minute time-limit, however the match was restarted by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon, with Michaels hitting two superkicks in sudden death to pick up the win at 1:53; prior to the bout, Monsoon was formally introduced as the newly reinstated president; during the challenger's entrance, he came down from the ceiling on a zipwire, eventually landing in the crowd; during the contest, several members of the Hart Family were shown at ringside, including Stu and Blade; Freddie Blassie was shown sitting next to Stu; during the last 34 seconds of the bout, Micheals was trapped in the Sharpshooter but refused to submit; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania 12 - 3/31/96; Anaheim, CA)

WWE Pay-Per-View Blu-ray Collector Pack (11/22/11)

Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time (11/29/11)

Best Pay-Per-View Matches of 2011 (12/27/11)

2012

Raw & Smackdown: The Best of 2011 (1/31/12)

The Epic Jouney of Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson (2/21/12)

Royal Rumble 2012 (2/28/12)

The Best of Clash of the Champions (5/22/12) - Sting fought NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) to a 45-minute time-limit draw at 39:14; during the bout, Dillon was suspended above the ring in a shark cage; Sandy Scott, Gary Juster, and 1988 Penthouse Pet of the Year Patty Mullen served as judges for the match, with Scott ruling it a draw, Juster voting for Sting, and Mullen voting for Flair; Jason Hervey, of "The Wonder Years," and Ken Osmond, Eddie Haskel of "The New Leave it to Beaver," sat ringside with the judges (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (Clash of the Champions - 3/27/88; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Sting & Dusty Rhodes fought NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) to a double disqualification at 11:01 after both challengers shoved referee Teddy Long, with NWA US Champion Barry Windham then running out, attacking Rhodes, and applying the claw hold outside the ring; after the bell rang, NWA World Champion Ric Flair came out as well and with the champions triple teamed Sting inside the ring (Clash of the Champions 2 - 6/8/88; Miami, FL)
- Ricky Morton defeated Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) in a Russian chain match, despite interference by Jones; after the bout, the Russian Assassin appeared and threw Morton to the floor; moments later, Jones began blaming Koloff for the loss - even though it was his own fault - with Koloff eventually knocking Jones down; the Assassin then attacked Koloff, with another masked Russian appearing; the Russians and Jones then assaulted Koloff with the chain before hanging him over the top rope with it (debut of the second Russian Assassin) (Clash of the Champions III - 9/7/88; Albany, GA)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk (w/ Gary Hart) in a non-title I Quit Match at 18:33 when Funk submitted to the figure-4; prior to the bout, a pre-taped promo from Flair aired; after the bout, Funk shook Flair's hand as he and Flair had promised to do if they lost; moments later, Hart punched Funk with Flair then going after Hart until NWA TV Champion the Great Muta and the Dragon Master jumped Flair; Sting then appeared to make the save, with Sting applying the Scorpion Deathlock on the Dragon Master as Flair put Muta in the figure-4; NWA US Champion Lex Luger then came out and hit Sting in the back with a steel chair and Muta hit Flair with the same chair moments later; Sting, Flair, and Funk continued to be assaulted for several more minutes before Luger and J-Tex left ringside; Luger, before going backstage, used the chair to destroy the trophies presented to Sting and Flair earlier in the show by Bill Apter of Pro Wrestling Illustrated (Clash of the Champions IX - 11/15/89; Troy, NY)
- Mil Mascaras pinned Cactus Jack Manson at 5:00 with a suplex into the ring and crossbody off the top after knocking Cactus off the apron onto the concrete floor (Clash of the Champions X - 2/6/90)
- Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification at 12:07 when Lane prevented referee Nick Patrick from counting the pinfall after Eaton sustained the double dropkick from the challengers (Clash of the Champions XI - 6/13/90; Charleston, SC)
- NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ric Flair via disqualification at 14:26 when Stan Hansen attacked Luger and choked him with his cowbell after Luger dominated a fight with Flair on the floor (Clash of the Champions XII - 9/5/90; Asheville, NC)
- Tom Zenk, Tracey Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Badstreet, WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Big Daddy Dink) at 4:43 when Armstrong pinned Garvin, Smothers pinned Badstreet, and Zenk pinned Hayes with simultaneous sunset flips; prior to the bout, the Freebirds were escorted to the ring by Diamond Dallas Page & the Diamond Doll (Clash of the Champions XV - 6/12/91; Knoxville, TN)
- El Gigante won a 15-man battle royal by last eliminating Oz at 9:32; Ranger Ross, WCW 6-Man Tag Team Champion Big Josh, and Terrance Taylor were eliminated when Josh tried to skin the cat and eliminate Taylor with a headscissors (4:31); Thomas Rich eliminated by WCW 6-Man Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes (4:56); Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker eliminated by Barry Windham (5:02); WCW 6-Man Tag Team Champion Tom Zenk eliminated (5:13); Tracey Smothers by WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) via a backdrop (5:50); Bobby Eaton by the One Man Gang via a backdrop after Oz sent Eaton into Gang (6:56); PN News eliminated after missing a splash in the corner on OMG (7:17); Windham & Austin eliminated each other (7:27); after the elimination, they continued to trade punches on the floor, with Windham gaining the advantage; Rhodes by OMG & Oz (9:17); OMG by El Gigante via a double clothesline (9:30); Oz by Gigante via the same double clothesline (Clash of the Champions XVI - 9/5/91; Augusta, GA)
- Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned WCW US Champion Sting to win the title at 4:53 with a clip to the knee, roll up, and grabbing the tights for leverage after Sting grabbed Dangerously on the apron; prior to the bout, Dangerously cut an in-ring promo during which Sting was shown arriving to the arena in an ambulance; the moment Dangerously saw Sting arrive, he called for the referee to ring the bell, hoping Sting wouldn't be able to make it in the ring by the 10-count, but Sting was able to make it ringside in time; had Sting not arrived to the arena in time for the match, he would have lost the title via forfeit (Clash of the Champions XVII - 11/19/91; Savannah, GA)
- Ric Flair & Arn Anderson defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 20:47, 2-0; fall #1: Flair pinned Pillman with a running forearm at 9:41 after Anderson tripped Austin as he ran the ropes and held him back from breaking the cover; after the fall, Michael Buffer mistakenly named Flair & Anderson the new champions; fall #2: the challengers won via disqualification at 11:06 when NWA World Champion Barry Windham came off the top, attacking Flair as Flair attempted to apply the figure-4 on Austin; moments later, Paul Roma came through the crowd to make the save; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Windham in which Windham said Flair wanted none of him and would never be the world champion again; Flair then jumped Windham, with the two men brawling until they were pulled away by security (Flair's TV in-ring return after 2 years) (Clash of the Champions XXIII - 6/17/93; Norfolk, VA)
- Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Brian Pillman at 9:11 when Parker pushed Pillman as he attempted a springboard clothesline into the ring, with Austin then throwing Pillman face-first to the mat (Clash of the Champions XXV - 11/10/93; St. Petersburg, FL)
- Dustin Rhodes fought WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 14:55; the match ended just as Rhodes had Regal covered following the bulldog (Clash of the Champions XXVI - 1/27/94; Baton Rouge, LA)
- WCW World Champion Ric Flair & Sting defeated Vader (w/ Harley Race) & WCW International World Champion Rick Rude in an elimination match at around the 21-minute mark; Vader & Rude came out to generic music while Flair & Sting came out to Flair's theme; WCW Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel provided guest commentary for the match; Flair and Vader were counted-out at around the 15:30 mark as Bockwinkel prevented Vader from assaulting Flair at ringside with a chair; moments later, an injured Flair was helped backstage by officials; Sting pinned Rude with a tombstone and splash off the top (Clash of the Champions XXVI - 1/27/94; Baton Rouge, LA)
- WCW World Champion Ric Flair pinned WCW International World Champion Sting in a unification match with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage at 17:15 as Sting leaned out over the apron to check on Sensuous Sherri - who Flair had pulled in front of a Sting plancha to the floor moments earlier; prior to the bout, WCW President Nick Bockwinkel took possession of both title belts following the participants' introductions, with Sherri then appearing, wearing Sting-like facepaint and implying she had chosen Sting as her new wrestler to manage; Sherri as well as Bockwinkel sat ringside for the duration of the match; after the bout, Sherri and Flair hugged, revealing a set up, and double teamed Sting until Hulk Hogan - with Jimmy Hart - made the save and cleared them from the ring; following a commercial break, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Hogan in which Hogan said he would have Ted Turner and a contract on WCW Saturday Night and dared Flair to accept his challenge to a title match (Clash of the Champions XXVII - 6/23/94; Charleston, SC)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW US Champion Steve Austin to win the title at 16:08 by reversing a bodyslam into a cradle; pre-match stipulations stated Steamboat could win the title if Austin was disqualified; prior to the match, footage was shown of Eric Bischoff leaving the arena in an ambulance with WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan inside; during the match, footage of Hogan's ambulance was shown on its way to the hospital; moments later, it was announced Sting had boardered a charter airplane in Chicago - where he was making an appearance - and was on his way to face Flair in Hogan's place if Hogan was deemed unable to compete; Austin's tights for the bout read "Dragon Slayer" on the back; during the bout, Steamboat suffered what would become a career-ending back injury (Clash of the Champions XXVIII - 8/24/94; Cedar Rapids, IA)
- Ric Flair & the Giant (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Hulk Hogan & WCW World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Kevin Greene, Elizabeth, Woman, and several other women) when Flair pinned Savage at 9:52 after hitting him with a foreign object thrown in the ring by Hart; after the bout, Hogan and Greene cleared the ring of Brian Pillman and the Zodiac (Elizabeth's debut) (Clash of the Champions XXXII - 1/23/96; Las Vegas, NV)
- Madusa pinned Bull Nakano (w/ Sonny Onoo) at 2:42 with a roll up after Onoo accidentally kicked Nakano in the midsection (Clash of the Champions XXXIII - 8/15/96; Denver, CO)
Eddie Guerrero pinned Diamond Dallas Page to win the BattleBowl ring at 4:22 with the frog splash after knocking Page off the top; after the bout, Page threw the referee to the floor, fought off Chavo Guerrero Jr. as he attempted to make the save, and then dropped Eddie three times with the Diamond Cutter - the third time coming from the top rope (Clash of the Champions XXXIII - 8/15/96; Denver, CO)
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat, Sting & WCW TV Champion Lex Luger, and Rick & Scott Steiner fought to a no contest at 13:22; during the bout, it was announced Sting & Luger would face WCW US Champion Ric Flair & Arn Anderson, Randy Savage would face the Giant, and VK Wallstreet would face Jim Duggan the following Monday on Nitro; referee Nick Patrick called for the bell when he saw Scott Hall & Kevin Nash attacking Sting & Luger in the aisle, after he counted to 2 as Scott had Booker covered following the Frankensteiner; after the contest, Okerlund conducted an interview with Patrick in the aisle regarding his call (Clash of the Champions XXXIII - 8/15/96; Denver, CO)
- Dean Malenko defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion the Ultimo Dragon (w/ Sonny Onoo) to win the title at around the 15-minute mark via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf after knocking Onoo off the ring apron; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the bout (Clash of the Champions XXXIV - 1/21/97; Milwaukee, WI)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho pinned Eddie Guerrero at 6:42 after a series of roll overs; after the bout, Guerrero attacked the champion, dropped him with a brainbuster, laid the title belt on Jericho, and hit the frog splash (Clash of the Champions XXXV - 8/21/97; Nashville, TN)
- WCW Tag Team Champions Scott Hall & Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) defeated Lex Luger & Diamond Dallas Page at 9:57 when Hall pinned Luger after DDP accidentally dropped Luger with the Diamond Cutter; prior to the bout, black and white balloons fell from the rafters as Savage, Elizabeth, Hall, Kevin Nash, Buff Bagwell, Scott Norton, Vincent, Syxx, and Konnan appeared with Nash announcing, in an effort to give back to the fans, Savage would be defending the tag team titles with Hall; Nash was in Hall & Savage's corner early on but was ejected by referee Nick Patrick after he threw Luger into the ringpost; after the bout, nWo fliers fell from the ceiling (Clash of the Champions XXXV - 8/21/97; Nashville, TN)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 17:41 when Windham pinned Eaton after Flair hit Eaton in the back of the head with Dillon's shoe following Eaton's Alabama Jam on Windham; during the bout, Paul E. Dangerously cut an insert promo on his team of Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose facing Eaton & Lane at Starrcade (Clash of the Champions IV - 12/7/88; Chattanooga, TN)
- Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 11:22 when both men pinned Austin after Sting hit a crossbody off the top as Austin held Steamboat in the air; Jesse Ventura joined Jim Ross on commentary for the bout; after the match, Rude twice dropped Steamboat with the Rude Awakening before whipping him with Dangerously's belt; Rude & Austin continued to attack their opponents while also fighting off security guards attempting to make the save (Clash of the Champions XVIII - 1/21/92; Topeka, KS)
- Sting, Dustin Rhodes, & Cactus Jack (sub. for Ron Simmons) defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, Paul Orndorff, & Barry Windham in a Thundercage match at 11:23 when Cactus pinned Orndorff after coming off the top and hitting him in the head with his boot as Orndorff attempted to hit the piledriver on Rhodes; Cactus appeared at the 10-minute mark, using bolt cutters to open the cage door; after the commercial break, Jim Ross conducted a ringside interview with Cactus regarding his brewing feud against Orndorff and Vader and his match that weekend on WCW Saturday Night against Orndorff; Cactus then scaled the side of the cage as the show came to a close (Clash of the Champions XXII - 1/13/93; Milwaukee, WI)

ECW: Unreleased Vol. 1 (6/5/12)
- NWA World Championship Tournament Finals: ECW Champion Shane Douglas pinned 2 Cold Scorpio at 12:50 with the belly to belly suplex after avoiding the moonsault; after the bout, Scorpio grabbed the mic and said Douglas was the better man in their match but he would be after the belt, with Douglas saying Scorpio was a great wrestler and he would not hide behind the title; moments later, with Scorpio standing on the apron, Douglas mentioned the names of Lou Thesz, Jack Brisco, Dory Funk Jr., Terry Funk, Buddy Rogers, Harley Race, Barry Windham, Ric Flair, Kerry Von Erich, Dusty Rhodes, and Ricky Steamboat before saying they could all kiss his ass, then threw the belt down; Douglas then said the NWA was dead and named himself the ECW World Champion; Scorpio then climbed back in the ring, shook Douglas' hand, and said something over the mic but it wasn't heard over the crowd's chant of "Flair is dead" (8/27/94; ECW Arena)
- Tommy Dreamer fought Raven (w/ Stevie Richards & Beulah McGillicutty) to a no contest at 7:53 when, after dropping a DDT on Raven on the floor, Dreamer dropped an interfering Richards with the DDT inside the ring, then did the same to referee John Finnigan before dropping Beulah with a delayed piledriver and celebrating in the crowd with the fans; prior to the bout, Joey Styles interviewed Richards, with Raven and Beulah, at ringside about the history between Raven, Beulah, and Dreamer (Hostile City Showdown 95 - 4/15/95; ECW Arena)
- Dean Malenko & 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Eddie Guerrero & the Tazmaniac at 20:00 when Malenko pinned Guerrero as Scorpio pinned Taz (Heatwave 95 - 7/15/95; ECW Arena)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned ECW TV Champion Dean Malenko to win the title at 14:30 (7/28/95; Middletown, NY)
- Shane Douglas pinned Cactus Jack at 15:40 when Mikey Whipwreck interfered as Cactus was caught in a figure-4 and hit Cactus in the head with a steel chair; late in the contest, Douglas handcuffed Cactus' hands behind his back and repeatedly hit him over the head with a steel chair, with Cactus calling out to Vince McMahon and Whipwreck for help; Cactus wore an Eric Bischoff t-shirt for the match; Brian Hildebrand was the referee for the bout (Cyberslam 96 - 2/17/96; ECW Arena)
- 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Chris Jericho at 19:56 with a tombstone and Shooting Star Press after avoiding a twisting plancha off the top; during the bout, there were chants of "Lionheart," "You sold out," and "Bischoff sucks" directed at Jericho (Jericho's last match) (The Doctor is in - 8/3/96; ECW Arena)
- ECW Tag Team Champions Perry Saturn & John Kronus defeated Sabu & Rob Van Dam at 20:39 when Kronus pinned RVD after the champions hit Total Elimination on RVD two times consecutively; prior to the bout, the two teams shook hands; after the match, Sabu shook the champions' hands but RVD refused; after RVD left the ring, Sabu raised Saturn & Kronus' hands in victory (Cyberslam 97 - 2/22/97; ECW Arena)
- Taz (w/ Bill Alphonso) defeated Sabu via TKO with the Tazplex and the Tazmission at 17:48; after the bout, Taz grabbed the mic and said he had a lot of respect for Sabu and said he would be up for a rematch; the two men shook hands and raised each other's hand in a showing of respect until Rob Van Dam attacked Taz from behind; as Taz attempted to hit a Tazplex on RVD, Sabu punched him and the two double teamed Taz with Sabu eventually putting him through a table on the floor and locking on the Tazmission outside the ring; moments later, Alphonso got in the ring and took off his Team Taz t-shirt to reveal a Sabu t-shrit underneath; RVD then grabbed the mic and said promoters wanting his business should now call Alphonso for RVD's schedule, then added he loves to work Mondays (Barely Legal - 4/13/97; ECW Arena)
- Shane Douglas (w/ Francine on crutches, recovering from a fractured pelvis) pinned ECW World Champion Bam Bam Bigelow to win the title at 25:01 with a belly to belly suplex through a table after avoiding a powerbomb off the top through the same table; both Chris Candido and Lance Storm were banned from ringside for the duration of the match but attempted to interfere at the 19:30 mark only for Bigelow to press slam the challenger onto them at ringside; Bigelow played the heel for the match since it was near Douglas' hometown of Pittsburgh; after the bout, Candido and Storm came to the ring to check on the condition of the new champion (November to Remember 97 - 11/30/97; Monaca, PA)
- ECW Tag Team Champions - ECW TV Champion Rob Van Dam & Sabu (w/ Bill Alphonso) defeated Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki at 20:51 when Sabu pinned Shinzaki, pushing RVD off the challenger, after the champions hit a double top rope legdrop onto the challengers who were laid across a table set up in the ring (Heatwave 98 - 8/2/98; Dayton, OH)
- Taz defeated ECW World Champion Shane Douglas (w/ Francine) to win the title at 22:20 via submission with the Tazmission; Douglas's hand was in a cast for the match; late in the bout, the lights in the arena went out with ECW Tag Team Champion Sabu then appearing amid pyro and attacking both men - putting Douglas through a table on the floor and Taz through a table in the ring - before returning backstage with Bill Alphonso; moments later, Tammy Lynn Sytch appeared in the ring, with Francine then brawling with Tammy until Chris Candido appeared and pulled Tammy away as Douglas pulled Francine away; Candido then punched Douglas and left ringside with Tammy, leading to the finish (Guilty As Charged 99 - 1/10/99; Kissimmee, FL)
- ECW TV Champion Rob Van Dam (w/ Bill Alphonso) & Jerry Lynn defeated Justin Credible & Lance Storm (w/ Dawn Marie) at 21:06 when Lynn pinned Storm with the cradle piledriver after a Van Daminator from RVD; during RVD's entrance, Joey Styles dedicated the pay-per-view to RVD's wife Sonya who was recovering from a skiing accident; during the final moments of the bout, Sabu appeared and put Credible through a table at ringside as RVD attempted to do the same; after the match, Sabu, Lynn, and RVD had to be pulled apart by security as the three men brawled in the ring (Heatwave 99 - 7/18/99; Dayton, OH)
- ECW World Champion Mike Awesome (w/ Judge Jeff Jones) pinned Masato Tanaka at 12:28 with a sit-down powerbomb off the top; prior to the bout, backstage promos from both men aired (November to Remember 99 - 11/2/99; Buffalo, NY)
- Tommy Dreamer (w/ Francine) pinned ECW World Champion Taz to win the title with the DDT; after the bout, Taz presented the title to Dreamer (4/22/00; ECW Arena)
- ECW Tag Team Champion Justin Credible (w/ Jason) pinned ECW World Champion Tommy Dreamer (w/ Francine) to win the title with That's Incredible at 6:42, moments after Francine hit a low blow on Dreamer as the champion had Credible up for a Dreamer Driver; after the bout, Francine ripped off her shirt, accidentally exposing her breasts before she covered them; a black bar covered her chest during the segment; she then took the mic as Credible and Jason celebrated and, with Credible, cut a promo on the title change (4/22/00; ECW Arena)
- ECW TV Champion Rhino pinned the Sandman at 8:39 (Heatwave 00 - 7/16/00; Los Angeles, CA)
- ECW TV Champion Rhino defeated Spike Dudley via KO with a choke at 9:47; after the bout, Rhino assaulted Spike with a steel chair and rammed a referee through a table set up in the corner when he tried to intervene (Massacre on 34th St. - 12/3/00; New York City, NY)
- Jerry Lynn (w/ Cyrus) pinned Christian York (w/ an injured Joey Matthews) with the cradle piledriver at 9:03 (12/15/00; Queens, NY)
- Mikey Whipwreck & Yoshihiro Tajiri (w/ the Sinister Minister) defeated Little Guido & Tony Mamaluke (w/ Sal E. Graziano) and Super Crazy & Kid Kash in an elimination match at 13:29; Mamaluke pinned Kash at 6:56 after Sal interfered and hit a splash on Kash; Whipwreck pinned Guido and Tajiri pinned Mamaluke with double tiger suplexes after Guido sustained three Tajiri kicks to the head and Tajiri sprayed green mist into Mamaluke's face; due to pre-match stipulations, Tajiri & Whipwreck became #1 contenders for the ECW Tag Team Championship (Guilty As Charged 2001 - 1/7/01; New York City, NY)
- Jimmy Snuka (w/ Hunter Q Robbins III) pinned Tommy Dreamer at 10:16 following three top rope splashes; during the bout, the crowd chanted "Piper" at Snuka; during the final moments, Snuka hit the first top rope splash but Dreamer kicked out at 2; after the contest, Snuka headbutted the referee and continued to assault Dreamer - who bled profusely from the mouth - hit a fourth splash and then went for a fifth before Commissioner Tod Gordon came out to stop him; Snuka then came off the top with a double axe handle, knocking out Gordon, with several other wrestlers then coming out to calmn Snuka down and help Dreamer backstage (The Night the Line Was Crossed - 2/5/94; ECW Arena)
Shane Douglas (w/ Sherri Martel) fought ECW Champion Terry Funk and Sabu (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & 911) to a 60-minute time-limit draw; during the ring entrances, Dangerously ran out to the ring and knocked out Martel with his phone; Douglas then attacked Dangerously which prompted Sabu to appear to start the contest; stipulations stated Douglas and Sabu would begin the contest and, if a fall had not occured, Funk would join at the 15-minute mark; if a fall did occur, the winner would receive an immediate title shot against Funk; Sabu was taken backstage after crashing through a table at ringside at 12:35; Funk appeared at the 15-minute mark; Sabu returned to the ring around the 30-minute mark; shortly after Sabu's return, Funk stole Joey Styles' headset and cut promos on Douglas and Sabu, telling them to come get him and that they were pieces of shit; Ian & Axl Rotten appeared at the 41-minute mark to help Funk backstage after Douglas repteadly hit him with a steel chair on the floor but Funk returned minutes later; the decision recieved a mixed reaction from the crowd (The Night the Line Was Crossed - 2/5/94; ECW Arena)

The Attitude Era (11/20/12) - Mark Henry defeated Crash & Hardcore Holly in a No DQ handicap match at 1:34 by pinning Crash after Mae Young led the Acolytes to the ring, with Hardcore being thrown to the floor and Bradshaw hitting a powerbomb on Crash (2/15/00; Fresno, CA)
- Brawl for All Quarter-Finals: Bart Gunn defeated Steve Williams via KO at 1:12 of Round 3 (7/27/98; Anaheim, CA)
- Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg, WWF IC Champion the Rock & WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown (sub. for an injured Owen Hart), and WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker to win the titles when Kane pinned Taker with the chokeslam at 14:30 after Taker dropped Brown with the chokeslam and sent Gunn to the floor with a clothesline; during the ring entrances, it was announced Hart, Dan Severn, and Ken Shamrock would compete the following week in a triple threat match; stipulations stated that one partner could not pin the other partner, which Gunn & Road Dogg did several weeks earlier; before the match, Shamrock attacked Hart, with Triple H & X-Pac then fighting with the Rock; moments later, Steve Blackman, Sgt. Slaughter, and referees came out to force Shamrock to break the hold as it was noted Shamrock would face Hart in a Lions Den match at Summer Slam; following the commercial break, it was announced D-Lo would replace Hart in the match; after the contest, Taker appeared to not feel the effects of the chokeslam as he stared at Austin in the ring (8/10/98; Omaha, NE)
- 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 (Summer Slam 98 - 8/30/98; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Title Touranment Finals: The Rock defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind at 17:15 when Vince McMahon called for the bell as Mankind was caught in Rock's Sharpshooter, even though Mankind did not submit, moments after Rock hit the Rock Bottom and then gave the People's Eyebrow to McMahon; prior to the bout, the McMahons and their officials were shown backstage, making it clear they had returned to the arena; early in the contest, Vince & Shane McMahon came to ringside; immediately after the bout, the McMahons presented Rock with the world title belt and all three hugged in the ring; Vince then grabbed the microphone, saying "the people screwed the people", and said he would elaborate further the following night on Raw; moments later, a confused Mankind confronted Vince, with Rock assaulting Mankind from behind and eventually hitting the Rock Bottom; Steve Austin then appeared in the aisle before running into the ring, fighting off Rock as the McMahons ran backstage, hitting the Stunner, and tossing Rock to the floor; moments later, Austin hit the Stunner on Mankind as well; before going backstage, Austin briefly kicked and pounded on Rock on the floor (Survivor Series 98 - 11/15/98; St. Louis, MO)
- Steve Austin & Mankind defeated WWF World Champion the Rock & the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 8:20 when WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock and WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman interfered; Mankind was double teamed in the ring to start the match, with Austin coming out moments later and the four men brawling in the aisle; after the bout, Mankind was handcuffed to the ring rope as Austin was tied by druids to Taker's symbol and raised high above the stage (12/1/98; New Haven, CT) - Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) to win the title at 12:03 with the Stunner; stipulations stated that if there was any interference from the Corporate Ministry, Taker would be forced for forfeit the title to the challenger (6/28/98; Charlotte, NC)
- Jeff Jarrett pinned WWF IC & European Champion D-Lo Brown (w/ Debra) to win both championships at 7:30 when Mark Henry came out, as Jarrett argued with Debra, stole the challenger's guitar, and broke it over D-Lo's back; prior to the bout, Jarrett ordered Debra backstage but moments later she returned as D-Lo's corner woman; after the contest, it was revealed there was no tension between Jarrett and Debra (Summer Slam 99 - 8/22/99; Minneapolis, MN)
- The Undertaker & the Big Show defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mankind & the Rock to win the titles in a Buried Alive match at 11:43 after WWF World Champion Triple H came out, as Rock and Taker fought near the entrance stage, struck Show in the back of the head with a sledgehammer and then poured dirt onto Mankind in the grave; mid-way through the match, Rock and Taker fought their way backstage, where Triple H attacked Rock before Kane intervened; moments later, Chyna hit Kane in the back with a steel chair but he shrugged it off and stalked her down the hallway; after the match, an ambulance drove into the arena to tend to Mankind and Show; moments later, Triple H opened the ambulance door to find Steve Austin inside; Austin then attacked Triple H, put him in the ambulance, and drove it out of the arena; Austin then got into a WWE tractor trailer and twice drove it into the ambulance (9/7/99; Albany, NY)
- Steve Austin & Jim Ross fought WWF World Champion Triple H & Chyna to a no contest at around the 5-minute mark when, after Austin and Triple H fought their way backstage, WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett came out and knocked out Chyna by hitting her in the head with a toaster; moments later, Miss Kitty wheeled a laundry bin ringside, where Jarrett dumped Chyna inside and wheeled her backstage; moments later, Austin and Triple H brawled their way into the crowd where Austin threw Triple H into a beer stand and then celebrated with a beer; a backstage camera then showed Jarrett wheeling the laundry bin with Chyna inside off a ledge in another area of the building (Ross's debut match) (10/11/99; Georgia Dome)
- Too Cool fought the Godfather & D-Lo Brown to a no contest at around the 3-minute mark when the Godfather took the mic and said, if Too Cool wanted to party, they could party; the two teams then danced with Godfather's hos until Mark Henry and Mae Young appeaerd at the entrance stage, with Young announcing she was pregnant (1/25/00; Baltimore, MD)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly fought Hardcore Holly to a no contest at the 2-minute mark when, after Tazz, the Mean Street Posse, the Headbangers, Taka Michinoku, Sho Funaki, and Viscera involved themselves in the match, Crash was chased out of the arena where he eventually snuck back in and locked all the other wrestlers outside (3/27/00; Houston, TX)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned WWF European Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Chyna) to win the title at 5:38 when, after referee Tim White was knocked to the floor, Chyna counted Jericho's pin attempt on Guerrero only to then hit a low blow on the champion and drop him with a DDT before placing Guerrero on top; prior to the bout, Guerrero cut a promo on his way to the ring, saying he could tell Chyna wanted some "latino heat" but he had to put her aside to focus on winning the title and making his ancestors from Spain proud (4/3/00; Los Angeles, CA)
- WWF IC Champion Val Venis (w/ Trish Stratus) pinned Rikishi in a steel cage match at 14:11 after Tazz interfered and hit the challenger with a video camera as Rikishi attempted to leave through the door after hitting a splash off the top of the cage onto the champion; Lita ran off Trish Stratus moments earlier (Fully Loaded 2000 - 7/23/00; Dallas, TX)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz and Matt & Jeff Hardy in a TLC match at 14:49 after both champions threw a ladder into Matt, who was dangling by the title belts 20 feet in the air; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 2000 - 8/27/00; Raleigh, NC)
- WWF World Champion Kurt Angle defeated Steve Austin, Rikishi, the Undertaker, the Rock, and Triple H in a Hell in a Cell bout at 32:10 by pinning the Rock after Austin hit the Stunner on the Rock but was prevented by making the cover by Triple H; mid-way through the bout, Vince McMahon had a truck driven to the ring so he could dismantle the cage; moments later, Mick Foley came out and had McMahon sent backstage before the cage could be taken down; late in the bout, the Undertaker chokeslammed Rikishi from the top of the cage down onto the bed of the truck; after the match, Austin hit the Stunner on Angle (Armageddon 2000 - 12/10/00; Birmingham, AL)
- Ken Shamrock defeated Owen Hart and Triple H (w/ Chyna) at around the 11:30 mark by pinning Triple H after WWF IC Champion the Rock appeared ringside and, behind the referee's back, hit Triple H in the face with his title belt; Hart wore a protective sleeve on his left arm for the match; after the bout, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Road Dogg & Billy Gunn jumped the Rock at the entrance stage, with Mark Henry and the Godfather appearing and brawling with DX all the way backstage; moments later, Hart applied the ringpost figure-4 on Shamrock and continued to attack Shamrock's ankle until he was led away by referee (6/29/98; Cleveland, OH)
- Kurrgan & Golga (w/ the Insane Clown Posse, Luna Vachon, & the Giant Silva) defeated the Headbangers at 2:00 when Kurrgan pinned Mosh with a splash after the ICP tripped Mosh from the floor; prior to the bout, Golga was shown with a new Cartman doll, after the other one was destroyed the previous week (9/28/98; Detroit, MI)
- The Rock pinned Val Venis in a No DQ match with the Rock Bottom at 10:14, moments after hitting the same move on an interfering Mankind; during the bout, the Rock stopped by the commentary table and briefly put on a headset; late in the match, Mankind came out to stop Venis from using a steel chair, but then accidentally hit Rock with the weapon moments later (10/5/99; Long Island, NY)
- WWF World Champion Triple H, the Road Dogg, Billy Gunn, & X-Pac defeated Steve Austin, the Rock, Kane, & Shane McMahon in an elimination match at around the 14-minute mark; X-Pac pinned Kane at 2:54 with the X-Factor after Gunn hit the Fameasser; X-Pac pinned McMahon with the Fameasser at around the 6-minute mark; Rock pinned Road Dogg with the Rock Bottom at around the 8-minute mark; Austin pinned X-Pac with the Stunner at around the 10:30 mark; Rock pinned Gunn with a roll over at around the 12-minute mark; Triple H pinned Rock with the Pedigree at around the 12:30 mark; Triple H pinned Austin after Vince McMahon, who came ringside early in the match, accidentally hit Austin in the face with the title belt behind the referee's back; moments earlier, McMahon went to give Austin a steel chair but Triple H pulled it away for himself (11/2/99; Philadelphia, PA)
- Steve Blackman pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly to win the title at 5:35 after interfering in Holly's title defense against Al Snow and twice hit the champion with knunchucks on the floor (6/28/00; Hartford, CT)
- Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn (w/ Terri Runnels) defeated Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy when Malenko pinned Lita at 5:04 when, after Lita hit the moonsault on Malenko, Guerrero hit the frog splash on her as Terri distracted the referee from the apron (11/28/00; Minneapolis, MN)
- WWF World Champion Kurt Angle & WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated Chris Jericho & the Dudley Boyz at 5:07 when Angle pinned Jericho with the Olympic Slam after avoiding the Lionsault; after the match, the Dudley Boyz made the save for Jericho against Angle and several of his family members (12/22/00; Chattanooga, TN)

Bret Hitman Hart: The Dungeon Collection (3/5/13)
- North American Champion Bret Hart defeated the Dynamite Kid in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #2: Bret won via disqualification when Dynamite suplexed him over the top to the floor (joined in progress) (12/78)
- Bret Hart fought Buzz Sawyer to a 10-minute time-limit draw (9/79)
- Bret Hart defeated North American Champion Leo Burke via disqualification after Burke collided with the referee; Bret originally won the match and title with a piledriver, with a second referee counting the pinfall; moments later, the initial referee came to and disqualified Burke; after the match, Hart was interviewed in the ring in which he said he was still going after Burke and the title (joined in progress (1/83)
- The Dynamite Kid pinned Bret Hart at 12:25 by blocking a suplex into the ring and reversing it into a roll up; after the bout, Jim Neidhart helped in double teaming Dynamite until Davey Boy Smith made the save (9/14/85; Capital Centre)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) defeated the Islanders at 18:22 when Bret pinned Tama after Davis interfered and reversed Tama's small package attempt behind the referee's back (3/14/87; Spectrum)
- Andre the Giant pinned Bret Hart at around the 8-minute mark with an elbow drop after throwing Bret off the middle turnbuckle; Bret put up very little offense in the contest (4/10/89; Milan, Italy)
- Mr. Perfect fought Bret Hart to a 20-minute time-limit draw; prior to the match, Hart gave his silver glasses to a ringside fan, an older woman who gave him a rose; moments later, Hennig kicked the rose off the ring apron to the floor; after the bout, Hart challenged Perfect to 5 more minutes, with the two brawling until Hart knocked Perfect to the floor; the bell rang as Hart had Hennig covered following an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle (4/23/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart via count-out at 13:15 when all four men began brawling in the floor but Akeem was able to return to the ring before the 10-count; after the contest, the Hart Foundation attacked their opponents, handcuffed Slick to the ring rope, and left ringside with the key (5/17/89; Duluth, MN)
- Tiger Mask II fought Bret Hart to a 20-minute time-limit draw; the bell rang as Tiger Mask ducked a clothesline and covered Hart with a crossbody (4/13/90; Tokyo Dome)
- Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) defeated WWF IC Champion Bret Hart via count-out at 19:18 when Perfect pulled the champion off the ring apron behind the referee's back as Bret attempted to get back into the ring (11/13/91; New Haven, CT)
- 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 (1/31/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart pinned Bam Bam Bigelow with a victory roll out of the corner at 20:38; prior to the bout, Hart was interviewed backstage about his title history, with Hart saying he had done it all in the WWF and didn't like to lose (4/25/93; Milan, Italy)
- WWF IC Champion Diesel (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) via disqualification at 22:51 when Neidhart broke the cover following the powerbomb; Michaels had interfered moments earlier, hitting Hart from behind with the world title belt which prompted Neidhart to make the save; after the bout, Diesel and Michaels continued to pound on Hart while Neidhart left ringside immediately after the bell had rung; Bret had announced weeks earlier that he would have a family member at ringside but did not let on that it was Neidhart (Neidhart's return after a 2-year absence) (King of the Ring 94 - 6/19/94; Baltimore, MD)
- Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart via submission with the Sharpshooter in a no holds barred match at around the 12-minute mark after avoiding a missile dropkick and hitting a catapult into the top turnbuckle; after the match, Bret kept the hold applied until a number of officials swarmed the ring (3/13/95; Stockton, CA)
- Bret Hart defeated Jean Pierre Lafitte at 16:37 via submission with the Sharpshooter after both men collided; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Lafitte stealing Hart's glasses and jacket over the previous month; Lafitte came to the ring wearing Hart's jacket; after Lafitte's entrance, Hart cut a backstage interview regarding the upcoming match; Hart made his entrance through the In Your House stage front door instead of the regular entranceway; after the match, Hart regained possession of his jacket (In Your House 3 - 9/24/95; Saginaw, MI)
- Bret Hart pinned Steve Austin with an inside cradle at 19:56 after kicking off the turnbuckle to make a reversal; prior to the bout, both men gave comments about the upcoming match, with Austin saying it took him 8 months and a flight to South Africa for Hart to face him and Hart saying it was his last official match with the WWF and while he could leave the company he alluded that he wouldn't; following Austin's entrance, he took the mic and threatened Owen Hart to not mess with his match; after his statement drew applause from the fans, Austin said he would "whip Bret Hart's ass" and then the crowd's too (9/14/96; Sun City, South Africa)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated the Patriot by reversing the challenger's Sharpshooter into his own for the submission victory at 19:18; Davey Boy Smith and Vader interfered on the floor during the match but were eventually sent backstage (In Your House: Ground Zero - 9/7/97; Louisville, KY)
- WCW US Champion Bret Hart pinned Booker T at around the 13-minute mark by hitting him in the face with the title belt, as referee Randy Anderson took a cable away from Booker as he went to choke Hart with it (1/25/99; Dallas, TX)
- WCW World Title Tournament Semi-Finals: Bret Hart defeated Sting via submission with the Sharpshooter at 10:06 after beating Sting's injured leg to get out of the Scorpion Deathlock; Hart originally won the match via disqualification at 7:32 when, after referee Mickey Jay was knocked out, Lex Luger, with Elizabeth, came out and hit Sting in the leg with his baseball bat before Hart locked Luger in the Sharpshooter; Hart then argued he didn't want to win the match that way so the bout continued; after the match, the two men shook hands (Mayhem - 11/21/99; Toronto, Ontario)
- WWF World Champion Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Bret Hart via disqualification at around the 17-minute mark when Owen Hart, who appeared ringside during the final moments, attacked Yoko and hit him with his own salt bucket; Owen's interference followed Fuji hitting Bret in the face with the salt bucket behind the referee's back as Bret had the Sharpshooter applied (11/10/93; Dehli, NY)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart at 15:37 when, behind the referee's back, Bret reversed a small package on Owen, putting Smith on top for the pin (10/19/94; Albany, NY)
- Bret Hart defeated Hakushi (w/ Shinja) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 9:21 after hitting a superplex; prior to the match, Hakushi pulled a mannequin head out of his bag that was meant to represent Hart; after the bout, Bret hit a piledriver on Shinja (Shinja's last TV appearance) (7/24/95; Louisville, KY)
- Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart via disqualification at 7:14 when, as Vader attempted to use a steel chair as a weapon, WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith & Owen Hart ran out to attack the challenger; following his entrance, Vader took the mic and prompted the crowd to say it was "Vader time;" upon Hart's entrance, he took the mic, insulted Vader, questioned how he got a title shot, and said he would kick his ass; Vader then attacked Hart to start the contest and snaped in half the Canadian flagpole Hart brought ringside with him; after the bout, Vader was triple teamed and Bret applied the ringpost figure-4 before the Patriot made the save; Patriot then had to be held back by officials and referees as Bret, Owen, and Smith left ringside; moments later, Jim Ross conducted a ringside interview with the Patriot, with the Patriot saying he had no relationship with Vader but wouldn't let any man be triple teamed like that and had his eyes on the WWF World Title (8/23/97; Rosemont Horizon)

For All Mankind: The Life and Career of Mick Foley (3/5/13)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Les Thornton & Jack Foley (Mick Foley) when Dynamite pinned Foley after a back suplex from the middle rope at 3:42 (8/26/86; Providence, RI)
- Cactus Jack & Gary Young vs. Scott Steiner & Billy Travis
- Cactus Jack Manson vs. Brickhouse Brown
- Cactus Jack (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned Keith Hart at 5:37 following an elbow drop from the apron, over the guard rail, to the floor (2/22/90; Center Stage Theatre)
- Sting vs. Cactus Jack
- Cactus Jack pinned Van Hammer in falls count anywhere match at around the 10-minute mark after Abdullah the Butcher, dressed as a cowboy, accidentally hit Hammer with a shovel as Cactus and Hammer brawled outside the arena and into an animal stall; after the bout, Cactus and Abdullah brawled until Abdullah grabbed Missy Hyatt - who was covering the fight with a camera crew - and dunked her in a horse trough (Clash of the Champions XVIII - 1/21/92; Topeka, KS)
- Cactus Jack pinned ECW World Champion the Sandman (w/ Woman) in a non-title barbed wire match at 12:14; the ring ropes were replaced with barbed wire for the bout; pre-match stipulations stated Cactus would become the #1 contender to the title if he won (5/5/95; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
- Shane Douglas pinned Cactus Jack at 15:40 when Mikey Whipwreck interfered as Cactus was caught in a figure-4 and hit Cactus in the head with a steel chair; late in the contest, Douglas handcuffed Cactus' hands behind his back and repeatedly hit him over the head with a steel chair, with Cactus calling out to Vince McMahon and Whipwreck for help; Cactus wore an Eric Bischoff t-shirt for the match; Brian Hildebrand was the referee for the bout (Cyberslam 96 - 2/17/96; ECW Arena)
- Mankind defeated Rocky Maivia via submission after rolling through a flying crossbody by Maivia and applying the Mandible Claw (In Your House: Cold Day in Hell - 5/11/97; Richmond, VA)
- Mankind fought Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) to a double count-out at 13:09 when the two began a lengthy brawl in the crowd which continued backstage, despite intervention from referees and officials (In Your House: Canadian Stampede - 7/6/97; Calgary, Alberta)
- Dude Love defeated Rocky Maivia via disqualification at 4:22 when the Nation broke Dude's pin attempt after hitting the Sweet Shin Music (11/11/97; Cornwall, Ontario)
- The Undertaker pinned Mankind in a Hell in a Cell match at 17:38 with the tombstone after dropping Mankind with an electric chair and chokeslam onto a pile of thumb tacs inside the ring; the match began on the roof of the cage where, 90 seconds into the contest, Taker threw his opponent off the top through the Spanish announce table on the floor; moments later, EMTs, Terry Funk and WWF officials Vince McMahon, Sgt. Slaughter, Tony Garea, and Dave Hebner came out to check on Mankind and to load him onto a stretcher; nearly 8 minutes later, Mankind pulled himself off the stretcher and scaled the cage to continue the match; less than 20 seconds later, the Undertaker hit a chokeslam on the roof of the cage, resulting in Mankind falling through the roof, hitting the mat, and being legitly knocked out by a steel chair which fell inside the ring on top of him; EMTs and officials again swarmed the ringside area where Taker hit a chokeslam on Terry Funk in order to buy Mankind time to recover his senses; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year and named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (King of the Ring 98 - 6/28/98; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Kane & Mankind defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles after D-Lo Brown came through the crowd and hit a frog splash, wearing his steel chest protector, as DX and the Nation brawled around ringside (7/13/98; East Rutherford, NJ)
- Mankind defeated WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ Vince & Shane McMahon) at 13:33 with the Mandible Claw; at the 10-minute mark, Vince ordered referee Mike Chioda to disqualify the challenger for a minor technicality, which resulted in Mankind hitting a piledriver on the referee to prevent the match stopping; moments later, the challenger also assaulted the time keeper so that McMahon could not order the match to be over; after the bout, Vince stated that Mankind was the winner of the match but since the Rock was not pinned nor did he submit, he was still the champion; moments later, Mankind put the Mr. Socko Mandible Claw on Vince before sustaining a chair shot to the back from Shane; Mankind no-sold the chair and reapplied the hold before Shane once again used the chair; Mankind then applied the move on Shane before hitting a running knee to the corner on Vince and fighting off Pat Patterson and Jerry Brisco; moments later, the Big Bossman and Ken Shamrock came out to help the Rock triple team Mankind (In Your House: Rock Bottom - 12/13/98; Vancouver, British Columbia)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & Mankind defeated WWF World Champion Triple H & Shane McMahon when the Rock pinned Triple H with the Rock Bottom and People's Elbow after Billy Gunn interfered and hit the Fameasser on the world champion (8/31/99; Worcester, MA)
- Mankind pinned Al Snow in a falls count anywhere match after the Rock hit Snow with a chair backstage (12/14/99; Tallahassee, FL)
- WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Cactus Jack in a Hell in a Cell match at 23:58 with the Pedigree; moments earlier, the champion backdropped Cactus on top of the cell, sending him through the ceiling, and partially through the mat as Cactus attempted a piledriver onto a flaming 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire; due to pre-match stipulations, Mick Foley was forced to retire; after the bout, medics came out with a stretcher to help Cactus backstage but he refused help and walked backstage under his own power (No Way Out 2000 - 2/27/00; Hartford, CT)

The Best of In Your House (4/30/13)
- Bret Hart pinned Hakushi (w/ Shinja) at 14:41 with a reverse roll up out of a waist lock; prior to the bout, Hart dedicated the night's performance to his mother since it was Mothers Day; during the match, Jerry Lawler was shown watching backstage on a monitor; after the contest, Hart appeared to injure his leg as he jumped to the floor (the end of Hakushi's 6-month undefeated streak) (5/14/95; Syracuse, NY)
- Shawn Michaels pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) to win the title with the superkick at 19:57 after the Roadie accidentally tripped the champion as he ran the ropes, thinking it was Michaels; during the bout, Vince McMahon's headset temporarily went out, forcing Jerry Lawler to call the match himself (Jarrett's last appearance for 5 months; Roadie's last appearance for over a year) (7/23/95; Nashville, TN)
- Razor Ramon pinned WWF IC Champion Dean Douglas at 11:01 to win the title with a back suplex, even though Douglas' foot was outside the ring during the cover; immediately prior to the match, Douglas was awarded the championship by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon due to Michaels not being able to defend the title due to injuries sustained in a beating he took outside a nightclub in Syracuse, NY (10/22/95; Winnipeg, Manitoba)
- Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Henry Godwinn at 8:58 in an Arkansas Hog Pen match by backdropping Henry into the hog pen; prior to the entrances, Hillbilly Jim was introduced as the surprise guest referee, with Jim then taking the mic and talking about the match; after the bout, Godwinn hit a gorilla press slam on Helmsley into the slop and then slammed him in it before celebrating with Jim; moments later, Helmsley repeatedly tried to stand up in the hog pen but kept slipping and falling back into it (12/17/95; Hershey, PA)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette & Diana Hart Smith) at 21:09 with an Oklahoma side roll after kicking the challenger in the face as he ran towards the corner; during the bout, it was announced the Undertaker would challenge for the title at the Royal Rumble; after the match, Todd Pettingill conducted a backstage interview with Taker & Paul Bearer regarding the upcoming title shot; moments later, Diesel interrupted, upset that he wasn't getting the shot and confronting Taker; the closing shot of the show was the two men nose to nose (12/17/95; Hershey, PA)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Diesel in a no holds barred match at 17:52 after landing a low blow, hitting Diesel with Mad Dog Vachon's prosthetic leg - which the challenger ripped off Vachon as he sat at ringside - and hit the superkick; earlier in the bout, Diesel powerbombed Michaels through the announce table; prior to the match, Michaels was escorted to the ring by Jose Lothario (4/28/96; Omaha, NE)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 26:20 when Vader interfered as Michaels had the challenger covered; moments thereafter, Michaels sent Vader to the floor where Psycho Sid came out and brawled with Vader to the backstage area; Michaels was soon knocked out after being hit by Paul Bearer with the urn and later sustained the Mandible Claw from Mankind; the Undertaker then came out of Mankind's casket, which was brought ringside before the match, and stalked Mankind backstage (9/22/96; Philadelphia, PA)
- Steve Austin pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley (sub. for Savio Vega) with the Stunner at 15:30; prior to the bout, Kevin Kelly conducted a backstage interview with Austin regarding Helmsley replacing Vega and Bret Hart returning the following night on Raw; mid-way through the match, Mr. Perfect appeared ringside to take Helmsley's valet backstage; after passing Austin on the floor, Austin confronted Perfect and later threw water in his face before backing off and Perfect leaving ringside with the valet; during the match, Jim Ross' audio went in and out, which he blamed on Vince McMahon (10/20/96; Indianapolis, IN)
- The Undertaker defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) in a Buried Alive match at 18:25; after the match, the Executioner attacked the Undertaker from behind with a shovel - with Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Justin Bradshaw, Goldust, Crush, Mankind, and the Executioner (Terry Gordy) then burying the Undertaker; as the show was about to go off the air, a lightning bolt shot down from the ceiling before the Undertaker's hand was seen coming out of the dirt (Terry Gordy's surprise return after a 12-year absence) (10/20/96; Indianapolis, IN)
- Bret Hart defeated Vader (w/ Paul Bearer), the Undertaker, and Steve Austin in a Final Four match by last eliminating Taker at 24:06 to win the vacant WWF World Title; pre-match stipulations stated that eliminations could occur via pinfall, submission, or by tossing your opponent over the top to the floor; early in the bout, Taker busted Vader's eye after hitting him in the face with the steel ringsteps; during the bout, Psycho Sid - who would challenge the winner the following night on Monday Night Raw - was shown watching the match backstage; Hart eliminated Austin by throwing him over the top at 18:09; Austin returned minutes later to attack Bret; Taker eliminated Vader at 22:33 by knocking him off the top as he attempted a moonsault on Taker; Hart eliminated Taker with a clothesline after Taker knocked an interfering Austin off the apron; after the bout, Sid interrupted Hart's celebratory fireworks and confronted Hart in the ring as the show came to a close (2/16/97; Chattanooga, TN)
- Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith, Jim Neidhart, & Brian Pillman defeated Steve Austin, Goldust, Ken Shamrock, & the Legion of Doom at 24:30 when Owen pinned Austin with a roll up as Austin was distracted by several of the Hart brothers at ringside; Owen was taken out of the match early on after Austin attacked his knee with a chair; Austin was taken out of the bout moments later after a ring post figure-4 by Bret; both men returned towards the end of the contest; after the match, Austin was handcuffed and led from ringside while the entire Hart Family celebrated inside the ring (7/6/97; Calgary, Alberta)
- The Undertaker fought Shawn Michaels to a no contest at 16:02 when each participant beat up a referee and Hunter Hearst Helmsley & Chyna interfered on behalf of Michaels; prior to the match beginning, the Undertaker attacked the referee when he got in the way of Michaels, which led to a several minute chase throughout the ringside area until a replacement referee was sent to the ring and the match officially began; after the match, each man was held back by numerous wrestlers until the Undertaker dove over the top rope onto Michaels and a host of heel wrestlers (9/7/97; Louisville, KY)
- Steve Austin, WWF European Champion Owen Hart, Cactus Jack, & Terry Funk defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna), Savio Vega (sub. for WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels), & WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn in an unsanctioned match when Austin pinned Road Dogg with the Stunner; after the bout, Austin hit Chyna with the Stunner as well (2/15/98; Houston, TX)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) to win the titles at 17:27 when the Undertaker pinned Kane with a chokeslam and a tombstone (7/26/98; Fresno, CA)
- WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock defeated Mankind at 14:35 when, after Shamrock applied the ankle lock on the challenger, Mankind put himself in the Mandible Claw until he passed out; after the bout, Shamrock continued to stomp away at Mankind and knocked out the referee as well; moments later, Mankind made it to his feet and put Shamrock in the Mr. Socko Mandible Claw (10/18/98; Chicago, IL)
- WWF World Champion Mankind fought the Rock to a draw in a Last Man Standing match at 21:54 after both men simultaneously hit each other with a steel chair; after the match, both participants were taken out of the ring on a stretcher into waiting ambulances backstage (2/14/99; Memphis, TN)
- Steve Austin defeated Bret Hart via disqualification at 21:09 when WWF European & Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith hit Austin in the back with a steel chair as Austin had Bret in the Sharpshooter; WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart & Smith escorted Bret to the ring before the match but were ejected from ringside before the bout by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon; during the match, pre-taped footage was shown of a heavily burned Paul Bearer being loaded into an ambulance; late in the match, Owen & Smith came out to break the Sharpshooter but were held back by referees and Monsoon, with Smith then eventually sliding in the ring; after the bout, Bret returned to the ring to attack Austin but Austin gained the upper hand and put Bret back in the Sharpshooter until officials pulled him away; moments later, Bret was helped backstage by Owen & Davey (4/20/97; Rochester, NY)
- WWF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals: Taka Michinoku pinned Brian Christopher with the Michinoku Driver at 12:00 after Christopher failed an attempt at the Tennesse Jam (12/7/97; Springfield, MA)
- Ken Shamrock defeated WWF World & European Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Triple H & Chyna) via disqualification at 18:26 when Triple H and Chyna interfered as Michaels was caught in the ankle lock; after the match, as Triple H and Chyna beat on Shamrock on the outside, Owen Hart made a surprise appearance by knocking Michaels off the ring apron to the floor and pounding on him before escaping through the crowd (12/7/97; Springfield, MA)
- WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown (w/ the Godfather) pinned X-Pac (w/ Chyna) at 8:24 with the Sky High in a non-title match after X-Pac knocked the Godfather off the apron (7/26/98; Fresno, CA)

The Top 25 WWE Rivalries (5/28/13)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Cyndi Lauper) defeated Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) via disqualification at 7:40 after Paul Orndorff, who came ringside midway through the contest, joined Piper in attacking the champion after the referee was knocked out; moments later, as Piper and Orndorff prepared to knock Cyndi Lauper off the ring apron, Mr. T - who was sitting ringside for the event - came out of his seat and into the ring where he and Hogan faced off against Piper and Orndorff until officials and police swarmed the ring; prior to the bout, Piper came to the ring wearing a Hulk Hogan t-shirt and smashed a guitar in the ring to show what he thought of rock Ďní roll; Orton wore a sling on his arm as a result of his match against Jimmy Snuka earlier in the show; after the match, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T, Albano, and Lauper; Bob Costas introduced the participants prior to the contest (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Magnum TA defeated NWA US Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Baby Doll) in an I Quit steel cage match to win the title at around the 15-minute mark when the challenger drove a broken piece of wood into the champion's forehead until Blanchard submitted (11/28/85; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Bruiser Brody pinned Abdullah the Butcher (w/ Gary Hart) in a steel cage match at 8:04 after guest referee Fritz Von Erich fought off an attacking Abdullah and stabbed Abdullah repeatedly with his own fork; after the match, Fritz fought off Abdullah and Hart as referee David Manning tried to pull the men apart (10/12/86; Cotton Bowl)
- Kevin & Kerry Von Erich vs. Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts (2/88)
- Hulk Hogan & WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) & Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 13:57 when Hogan pinned Dibiase with the legdrop after Savage hit the flying elbowsmash; late in the bout, Elizabeth distracted the opposing team by climbing on the ring apron and taking off her skirt, with Savage then knocking Andre to the floor leading to the finish; Jesse Ventura was the guest referee for the bout (Hogan's first TV match in 3 months) (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Mankind defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) at 18:21 with the Mandible Claw after Paul Bearer accidentally hit Taker with the urn (King of the Ring 96 - 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI)
- Taz (w/ Bill Alphonso) defeated Sabu via TKO with the Tazplex and the Tazmission at 17:48; after the bout, Taz grabbed the mic and said he had a lot of respect for Sabu and said he would be up for a rematch; the two men shook hands and raised each other's hand in a showing of respect until Rob Van Dam attacked Taz from behind; as Taz attempted to hit a Tazplex on RVD, Sabu punched him and the two double teamed Taz with Sabu eventually putting him through a table on the floor and locking on the Tazmission outside the ring; moments later, Alphonso got in the ring and took off his Team Taz t-shirt to reveal a Sabu t-shrit underneath; RVD then grabbed the mic and said promoters wanting his business should now call Alphonso for RVD's schedule, then added he loves to work Mondays (Barely Legal - 4/13/97; ECW Arena)
- Tommy Dreamer (w/ Beaulah McGillicutty) pinned Raven (w/ Lupus & Chasity) with a DDT onto a street sign after a DVD at 15:06, despite interference from Louie Spicolli; after the bout, the lights went on and off three times as Rob Van Dam, Sabu, and Jerry Lawler made surprise appearances and assaulted Dreamer, fighting off several ECW wrestlers - the Gangstas, the bWo, Axl Rotten, Balls Mahoney, the Sandman as well as Paul E Dangerously as Spicolli forced Beaulah to watch; after a lengthy beat down, all the heels left the ring when Taz appeared; Rick Rude did guest commentary with Joey Styles for the bout; moments later, Taz cut an in-ring promo telling Lawler to suck his cock until Shane Douglas, beside Francine in the crowd, cut Taz off with Taz telling him to shut up and "go fuck that little rat;" this all went on as medics attended to the injured wrestlers in the ring; Taz then said he wasn't leaving until Sabu came out and had their main event match then and there (Raven's last appearance for 2 years) (Wrestlepalooza 97 - 6/7/97; ECW Arena)
- Vince & Shane McMahon defeated Steve Austin in a ladder match at 17:11 when Shane grabbed the briefcase after pushing both Austin and his father off; prior to the bout, Vince introduced Steve Blackman as Shane's replacement but moments later GTV showed Shane and the Mean Street Posse backstage, gloating over convincing Shawn Michaels that Shane was unable to compete; moments later, Michaels forced Shane to wrestle and ordered Blackman backstage and if either man refused the order he would disqualify Vince and award the match to Austin then and there; Austin had the match won moments earlier bur the chord that attached to the briefcase was raised, taking it out of arm's reach until it was later lowered for the McMahons; due to pre-match stipulations, Vince & Shane won 100% control of the WWF (King of the Ring 99 - 6/27/99; Greensboro Coliseum)
- The Rock pinned WWF World Champion Triple H to win the title at 19:22 following the spinebuster and People's Elbow after Steve Austin countered the interference of Vince & Shane McMahon, Gerald Brisco, and Pat Patterson; Shane McMahon was the guest referee for the match but Earl Hebner made the pinfall (Backlash 00 - 4/30/00; Washington DC)
- WWE World Champion Kurt Angle defeated Brock Lesnar via submission with the ankle lock at 21:18 after avoiding an attempt at the F5; late in the bout, Vince McMahon came ringside and hit the champion in the back with a steel chair while the referee was knocked out; after the match, Angle avoided an attack from McMahon before dropping him onto a steel chair set up inside the ring (Summer Slam 03 - 8/24/03; Phoenix, AZ)
- WWE World Champion John Cena pinned Edge in a steel cage match at 19:11 with the FU; Lita was in the challenger's corner for much of the match but was ejected at the 16-minute mark after sliding a steel chair into the ring for Edge to use; Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch interfered moments later, attacked Cena, and tried to drag Edge out the door so he could win the title but Shawn Michaels & Triple H eventually made the save, with Michaels superkicking Murdoch into the cage door which then slammed into Edge's head (10/2/06; Topeka, KS)
- Randy Orton, Ted Dibiase Jr., & Cody Rhodes defeated WWE World Champion Triple H, Batista, & Shane McMahon at 23:49 when Orton pinned Triple H with the RKO and kick to the head after Triple H pulled a steel chair away from Batista on the floor; stipulations stated if Orton's team won, in any way, Orton would win the title; after the bout, EMTs tended to Triple H in the ring, put him in a neckbrace, and took him backstage on a stretcher (Backlash 09 - 4/26/09; Providence, RI)
- John Cena fought WWE World Champion CM Punk (w/ Paul Heyman) to a draw at 26:54 when both men's shoulders were counted down following a German suplex off the top by Cena; prior to the ring entrances, Heyman praised Punk during an in-ring promo; there were dueling chants for and against Cena during the match; John Cena Sr. was shown watching on before the contest; during the final moments, the crowd chanted "This is awesome;" Cena was initially announced the new champion and celebrated with the title belt before it was noted both men's shoulders were down and Punk had retained the title; after the contest, Punk hit Cena with the title belt, held it up in the air, and yelled "Respect!"; the crowd cheered when Punk's music played and he held up the title belt at the entrance stage (Cena's debut in the pink color scheme for the Susan G. Komen Foundation) (Night of Champions - 9/16/12; Boston, MA)

The Best of WarGames (6/25/13)
- Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, the Road Warriors, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Lex Luger, & JJ Dillon in Wargames at 21:20 when Dillon submitted as Road Warrior Hawk stood on his throat (the first Wargames match) (7/4/87; Omni)
- Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, the Road Warriors, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, & the War Machine (Ray Traylor) (sub. for JJ Dillon) at 19:38 when War Machine submitted as Road Warrior Animal repeatedly rammed a spike elbowpad into War Machine's eye (7/31/87; Orange Bowl)
- Jimmy & Ron Garvin, the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering), & Steve Williams defeated Kevin Sullivan, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda, Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart), the Russian Assassin, & Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) in a Tower of Doom match when Sullivan knocked Jimmy out of the cage after Precious gave Jimmy the key to unlock it; stipulations for the bout stated a wrestler from each team would enter at 2-minute intervals and would battle down the three cages; the team to get to the bottom first would have to go through Precious, who had the only key to the lock; after the bout, Sullivan locked himself in the cage with Precious, with Jimmy then climbing back to the top of the cage and going through each level to get back to Sullivan, with Road Warrior Hawk making the save as Garvin freed Precious (Great American Bash 88 - 7/10/88; Baltimore, MD)
- Lex Luger, Steve Williams, Nikita Koloff, Dusty Rhodes, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames at 21:07 when Dillon submitted to Rhodes' figure-4, with Rhodes grabbing the bottom rope for added leverage; order of entry: Rhodes, Anderson, Windham, Williams, Flair, Luger, Blanchard, Nikita, Dillon, Ellerin (7/16/88; Greensboro Coliseum)
- The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering), Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hays & Jim Garvin, Terry Gordy, & the Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) in a Wargames match at around the 22-minute mark when Garvin submitted to a hangman's neckbreaker by Road Warrior Hawk; after the bout, the heels closed the door shut as Road Warrior Animal was assaulted inside the ring for several moments before Hawk made the save (Great American Bash 89 - 7/23/89; Baltimore, MD)
- WCW World Champion Ric Flair, Barry Windham, Sid Vicious, & Larry Zbyzsko (sub. for WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson) (w/ Arn Anderson) defeated Sting, WCW US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner, & Brian Pillman in Wargames at 22:11 when referee Nick Patrick stopped the bout after Pillman, who entered the match with an already injured shoulder, sustained two powerbombs from Vicious; moments prior to the match ending, El Gigante came ringside, ripped the cage door off, and checked on Pillman; prior to the bout, footage was shown from the previous night's episode of World Championship Wrestling in which the 4 Horsemen assaulted Pillman; after the match, El Gigante carried an unconscious Pillman backstage; moments later, Ross & Rhodes spoke with Patrick about why he stopped the match, with Patrick saying Pillman couldn't speak and he didn't want to be responsible for a wrestler's career ending prematurely (Wrestle War 91 - 2/24/91; Phoenix, AZ)
- WCW World Champion Sting, Dustin Rhodes, WCW TV Champion Barry Windham, Ricky Steamboat, & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Steve Austin, Bobby Eaton, Arn Anderson, & Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & Madusa) in Wargames at 23:24 when Eaton submitted to an armbar from Sting after Zbyzsko accidentally hit his partner with a steel bar from an unhinged turnbuckle; at the 14-minute mark, Madusa climbed on top of the cage and tossed Dangerously's phone inside the ring to be used by her team, only for Sting to climb up and scare her back down; after the match, Dangerously verbally berated Zbyzsko in the ring, with the Dangerous Alliance then blaming Zbyzsko for the loss (Sting's return from injury after a month's absence) (Wrestle War 92 - 5/17/92; Jacksonville, FL)
- Sting, Davey Boy Smith, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, & the Shockmaster (w/ Road Warrior Animal) defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race), Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Parker), & Harlem Heat in Wargames at 16:39 when Kole submitted to the Shockmaster's bearhug (Fall Brawl 93 - 9/19/93; Houston, TX)
- The Nasty Boys, Dusty & Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderson, Terry Funk, Bunkhouse Buck, & Col. Rob Parker (w/ Meng) in Wargames at 19:06 when Parker submitted after Dusty put him in a figure-4 and the Nastys repeatedly hit elbow drops on him; prior to the bout, footage recapping the feud between the Rhodes and the Stud Stable was shown, including the announcement that Parker, not Meng, would be part of Wargames; order of entry: Dustin, Anderson, Buck, Jerry Saggs, Funk, Brian Knobbs, Parker, and Dusty (Fall Brawl 94 - 9/18/94; Roanoke, VA)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart), WCW US Champion Sting, Randy Savage, & Lex Luger defeated Meng, the Zodiak, Kamala, & the Shark (w/ Kevin Sullivan) in Wargames at 18:45 when Zodiak submitted to Hogan's Camel Clutch; Hogan's team wore camouflage face paint for the match; order of entry: Sting, Shark, Zodiak, Savage, Kamala, Luger, Meng, Hogan; Savage and Luger had an altercation at the 13-minute mark after Luger accidentally knocked Savage down with a clothesline; pre-match stipulations stated Hogan would get Sullivan alone in the ring for 5 minutes if Hogan's team won; after the bout, Sullivan tried to leave ringside but Sting threw him back in the cage; Hogan assaulted Sullivan for several minutes until the Giant appeared, tossed referee Randy Anderson aside, climbed in the cage, and attacked Hogan from behind; Giant then choked the champion and wrenched his neck before he and Sullivan left ringside, with Sting, Luger, Savage, Hart, and the trainer tending to Hogan in the ring as the show went off the air (Fall Brawl 95 - 9/17/95; Asheville, NC)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, & the nWo Sting (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Sting, Lex Luger, WCW US Champion Ric Flair, & Arn Anderson in Wargames at 18:18 when referees Nick Patrick and Randy Anderson called for the bell after Luger became caught in the nWo Sting's Scorpion Deathlock as Hogan had Luger in a choke; order of entry: Hall, Anderson, Nash, Luger, Hogan, Flair, nWo Sting, and Sting; the participants remained backstage until they were officially in the match; upon his entrance, Sting single-handedly laid out the nWo before walking out on his team for them not believing him; after the match, Luger crawled in the aisle, calling for Sting, until he was attacked by the nWo; moments later, Flair and Anderson brawled with the nWo as Randy Savage cornered Hogan in the ring; moments later, the Giant arrived and twice dropped Savage with the chokeslam, with Miss Elizabeth appearing and begging Hogan to leave Savage alone; as Elizabeth covered Savage's body, Hogan spraypainted "NWO" across her back; Hogan then cut an in-ring promo calling Savage and Elizabeth trash and spitting on Elizabeth; the nWo then continued to stomp Savage before the Giant spraypainted "NWO" on his back and again dropped him with the chokeslam; moments later, the nWo took over the commentary position, scaring off the commentary team, with Dibiase saying he had made some demands to WCW and, because of the Wargames win, intended to see them come true; the trainer and Elizabeth then helped Savage from the ring as the show came to a close (Fall Brawl 96 - 9/15/96; Winston-Salem, NC)
- Kevin Nash, Buff Bagwell, Syxx, & Konnan defeated Ric Flair, Curt Hennig, Chris Benoit, & WCW US Champion Steve McMichael in Wargames at 19:38 when McMichael, handcuffed to the cage along with Benoit, gave up when Nash threatened to have the cage door slammed against Flair's head after Hennig turned on his team to join the New World Order; initially Flair, Benoit, & McMichael came out alone; Hennig appeared mid-way through the match with his arm in a sling, an apparant injury sustained from the nWo earlier in the show; Hennig entered the cage as the last man and immediately gave the nWo two pair of handcuffs, which they used on Benoit and McMichael; after the bout, Hennig slammed the cage door against Flair's head anyway (Fall Brawl 97 - 9/14/97; Winston-Salem, NC)
- Diamond Dallas Page, Warrior, & Roddy Piper defeated Kevin Nash, Sting, and Lex Luger and Hulk Hogan, WCW US Champion Bret Hart, and Stevie Ray in Wargames at 20:04 when DDP pinned Stevie Ray with the Diamond Cutter; smoke filled the ring at the 16-minute mark as Hogan attacked the "Warrior," with the Warrior disappearing only to run to the ring moments later; Hogan later escaped the cage and had it locked behind him with Warrior escaping as well and brawling with Hogan to the back; after the match, DDP celebrated into the crowd; due to pre-match stiuplations, Page earned a WCW World Title shot at Halloween Havoc (Fall Brawl 98 - 9/13/98; Winston-Salem, NC)
- WCW World Champion Kevin Nash, Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, & Vince Russo defeated Sting, Bill Goldberg, Booker T, & Kronik in a triple cage Wargames match at 18:46 when Nash left the cage with the title belt after Bret Hart jumped out of the crowd and slammed the cage door on Goldberg's head as Goldberg tried to leave the cage with the belt; order of entry: Jarrett (0:00); Sting (0:00); Steiner (2:10); Kronik (4:00); Russo (w/ Ron & Don Harris) (6:00); Nash (7:58); Booker (9:51); and Goldberg (11:42); Steiner wrestled the match with a protective face mask; Russo wore a New Jersey Flames hockey uniform for the match; at the 9-minute mark, Kronik brawled with the Harris twins into the crowd, eliminating them from the match; late in the bout, Goldberg and Sting were handcuffed to the cage and Booker had a guitar broken over his head; Ernest Miller then ran into the cage and kicked Russo in the head but was then powerbombed by Nash; Goldberg eventually broke free of the handcuffs and fought off his opponents only to be assaulted by Hart; stipulations stated the winner would have to retrieve the title from the top of the triple cage and then leave through the door (9/4/00; Dallas, TX)
- Brian Lee, Robert Fuller, Jimmy Golden, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Kevin Sullivan, the Tazmaniac, Killer Kyle, Stan Lane & Tom Prichard at w/ Jim Cornette) in a Rage in a Cage match at 23:46 when Lane submitted to Morton's figure-4; Bob Armstrong was the referee for the match; after the bout, Cornette entered the ring and hit Armstrong with his tennis racquet; Armstrong then fought off Prichard & Lane but was eventually defeateden down by the entirety of Cornette's team and handcuffed to the cage; moments later, Tracy Smothers and Tim Horner attempted to fight their way into the cage as Cornette repeatedly hit Armstrong with the racquet (5/9/93; Knoxville, TN)
- Tommy Dreamer, Public Enemy, & the Pitbulls defeated Raven, Stevie Richards, Perry Saturn & John Kronus, Jimmy Del Ray & Tom Prichard in an Ultimate Jeopardy steel cage match when Dreamer pinned Richards; due to the loss, Richards was forced to spend 5 minutes inside the cage alone with his opponents; other stipulations stated that if the Public Enemy lost, they would have to fight each other that night; if the Pitbulls lost, their team would have to split up and whoever beat them would have gotten Francine for a week; if Tommy Dreamer lost, his head would have been shaved; if Raven lost, the man that beat him would have gotten Beulah McGillicutty for a week; if the Eliminators lost, Jasonís head would have been shaved and they would have had to leave ECW; and if the Heavenly Bodies lost, all stipulations on their team would have been enforced (12/9/95; ECW Arena)
- Mustafa, Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley (w/ Joel Gertner & Sign Guy Dudley) defeated New Jack, Balls Mahoney, & Axl Rotten in a steel cage weapons match at 14:22 when Buh Buh pinned Balls following the 3D; prior to the bout, Buh Buh Ray cut a promo outside the cage saying New Jack walked out of the show 30 to 45 minutes before the match was scheduled to go on, but he appeared late in the match; order of entry: Balls and D-Von (0:00); Buh Buh (3:02); Axl (5:20); Mustafa (7:16); New Jack (10:00); New Jack's music played from his entrance until the end of the match; after the bout, Balls & Axl locked the cage and laid Mustafa across a table set up in the ring, allowing New Jack to come off with a splash onto Mustafa and through the table (Cyberslam 99 - 4/3/99; ECW Arena) Legends of Mid South Wrestling (9/10/13)
- Paul Orndorff fought Mid South North American Heavyweight Champion Ted Dibiase to a time-limit draw in an non-title match at 6:57; during the last minute of the bout, Dibiase was caught in a reverse figure-4; Boyd Pierce & Ernie Ladd provided commentary for the match (12/10/81; Shreveport, LA; Irish McNeil's Boys Club)
- The Junkyard Dog, Andre the Giant, & Dusty Rhodes defeated Ernie Ladd & the Wild Samoans at 6:39 when Andre pinned Ladd with a splash from the middle turnbuckle after a double backdrop from JYD & Rhodes; Boyd Pierce & Bill Watts provided commentary for the match; during the bout, the Samoans double teamed and slammed Andre (1/14/82; Shreveport, LA; Irish McNeil's Boys Club)
- Mid South North American Champion Ted Dibiase & Matt Borne defeated Mid South Tag Team Champions the Junkyard Dog & Mr. Olympia in a No DQ match to win the titles at around the 13-minute mark when Dibiase pinned JYD after Louisiana State Heavyweight Champion Jim Duggan, disguised as a gorilla, attacked Olympia on the floor, slammed him on the concrete, hit a spear on JYD, and then Dibiase hit JYD with a loaded black glove; stipulations stated the loser of the fall had to leave Mid South for 90 days; following the match, Paul Boesch conducted a ringside interview with Duggan, Dibiase & Borne about their win, getting JYD out of Mid South, and having four titles (10/27/82; Shreveport, LA; Irish McNeil's Boys Club)
- Jim Duggan pinned Ted Dibiase in a coal miner's glove loser leaves town steel cage tuxedo match at 11:11 after hitting a bloody Dibiase with the glove; Jim Ross provided new commentary for the bout; prior to the contest, Dibiase hesitated to get in the ring before Bill Watts took the mic and said if Dibiase didn't get in the ring by the count of 10 he would never wrestle in Houston again; both men bled from the head during the contest; stipulations stated the loser would leave the town for 30 days (3/22/85; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Tony Atlas & Andre the Giant defeated Mid South Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & Matt Borne via disqualification at 6:08 after Kamala, sent to the ring by Skandar Akbar, assaulted Andre with a 2x4 and then slammed Andre; late in the bout, Jim Duggan interfered on behalf of the champions; after the match, the Junkyard Dog and Mr. Wrestling II helped make the save (2/10/83; Shreveport, LA; Irish McNeil's Boys Club)
- Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Mid South Tag Team Champions Mr. Wrestling II & Magnum TA to win the titles at 12:23 when Conrey pinned Magnum after Eaton was hit with Cornette's tennis racket; Jim Ross provided updated commentary for the match; stipulations stated the losing team would be struck five times with a leather strap and Cornette would also be lashed if his team lost; TA worked the majority of the match himself after several failed attempts to tag out; II walked out on his partner after the match; following the match, TA took the mic and said he made an agreement and he would stand by it, then allowed Eaton & Condrey to lash him five times apiece; moments later, Terry Taylor came out to intervene and agreed to take the lashes that would have gone to Wrestling II (3/13/84; Lafayette, LA)
- Magnum TA pinned Mid Atlantic North American Heavyweight Champion Mr. Wrestling II to win the title with a roll up after the champion accidentally struck his masked protege on the ring apron with a loaded kneepad; Bill Watts narrated highlights of the match (5/13/84; Tulsa, OK; Fairgrounds Pavilion)

- The Junkyard Dog defeated Butch Reed in a streetfight at 18:16 when the referee declared JYD the winner after Sonny King countered the interference of Ernie Ladd; after the match, JYD and King cleared Reed and Ladd from the ring; Jim Ross provided new commentary for the match (6/16/84; Superdome)
- Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Mid South Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson in a No DQ, no time limit match to win the titles at around the 11-minute mark when Eaton pinned Gibson after, as the referee was knocked to the floor, sprayed a cloth with ether and smothered Gibson with it; the titles and Cornette's $50,000 were at stake in the match; prior to the bout, Cornette took the mic from Jim Ross to introduce his team; following the entrances, a second referee at ringside took the tennis racket from Cornette; Boyd Pierce & Bill Watts provided commentary for the match; following the commercial break, Ross conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, Eaton & Condrey about their title win, with Cornette tearing up the $50,000 check that was also on the line; Eaton's bloody head was bandaged for the interview (5/23/84; Shreveport, LA; Irish McNeil's Boys Club)
- Mid South Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification at around the 11-minute mark when Condrey & Eaton clotheslined Gibson with a belt; prior to the bout, the masked Cornette was put in a straightjacket by Grizzly Smith and then lifted high atop the arena; Jim Ross provided new commentary for the match; after the contest, Morton & Gibson cleared the ring
- Ted Dibiase defeated Shawn Michaels via submission with the figure-4 at 3:03; Boyd Pierce & Jim Ross provided commentary for the match (12/84; Shreveport, LA; Irish McNeil's Boys Club)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Taylor at 39:44 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage; Boyd Pierce was the ring announcer for the match; Jim Ross provided new commentary for the bout (6/1/85; Superdome)
- Mid South TV Champion the Snowman (w/ Muhammad Ali & Bundini Brown) pinned Jake Roberts (w/ Nord the Barbarian) with a powerslam at 10:37 after Ali repeatedly punched Roberts and Nord in the face from the ring apron; prior to the bout, Ernie Ladd helped escort Ali ringside ; Jim Ross provided new commentary for the bout (6/1/85; Superdome)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Ted Dibiase via count-out at 6:14 after Flair kicked Dibiase away during a figure-4 attempt, with a bloody Dibiase being flung over the top rope and into the ringside barricade; prior to the bout, Ross spoke with Flair, with Flair joking it was a shame Butch Reed couldn't be there and noted Dibiase would get a shot; moments later, Dick Murdoch interrupted and said he should be the one challenging Flair, not Dibiase; following the ring introductions, Murdoch came to the ring and told Dibiase to step aside and let him have the match instead, adding Dibiase didn't deserve it; after Dibiase said Murdoch was yesterday's news, Murdoch attacked Dibiase and rammed him head-first into the ringpost, busting his head open; moments later, Steve Williams and referees tended to Dibiase on the floor as Flair took the mic from Boyd Pierce and said he was going home; following the commercial break, Bill Watts gave a backstage update on Dibiase in which he said Dibiase demanded the match go on and it would be allowed, but added Dibiase was wearing a pressure bandage that may lead to a bloody match; Ross & Joel Watts provided commentary for the match; after the bout, Murdoch returned ringside, attacked Dibiase, and hit the brainbuster on the floor before Williams tended to Dibiase (11/15/85; Shreveport, LA; Irish McNeil's Boys Club)
- Rob Ricksteiner pinned Nick Patrick with a belly to belly suplex at 4:29; prior to the bout, NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Joel Watts discussed Butch Reed; the two provided commentary for the match (Ricksteiner's debut) (8/3/86; Tulsa, OK)
- The Blade Runners (w/ Eddie Gilbert) defeated Sean O'Reilly & Ken Massey at 1:32 when Sting pinned Massey with a splash; Jim Ross & Bill Watts provided commentary for the match (3/86; Tulsa, OK)
- Jim Duggan defeated UWF Heavyweight Champion Terry Gordy via disqualification at around the 14-minute mark when Buddy Roberts attacked Duggan; prior to the match, Ted Dibiase escorted Duggan and Michael Hayes escorted Gordy to the ring, with Ken Mantell coming to the ring and sending them backstage; Mantell then told Hayes if he didn't leave within 15 seconds, he would be suspended without pay; after the match, Dibiase, wearing a mask, returned to the ring to make the save for Duggan; Jim Ross provided commentary for the match (8/6/86; Tulsa, OK)
- Ted Dibiase & Steve Williams defeated Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts via disqualification in a lumberjack match at around the 7-minute mark when Hayes began whipping Dibiase with a belt; lumberjacks for the match included Terry Taylor, Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers, Sting, Rick Steiner, Eddie Gilbert, Joe Savoldi, and others; Jim Ross provided commentary for the match (8/31/86; Tulsa, OK)
- Steve Williams fought UWF Heavyweight Champion Terry Gordy to a draw at around the 12-minute mark when the original and replacement referee counted both men's shoulders down following a waistlock suplex from Williams; Jim Ross provided commentary for the match (9/15/86; Tulsa, OK)
- Big Bubba pinned UWF Heavyweight Champion the One Man Gang at around the 10-minute mark with a splash off the top after avoiding the same from the champion; Jim Ross & Steve Williams provided commentary for the match; Skandar Akbar briefly appeared ringside during the match; John Ayers presented the title to the new champion (4/19/87; Muskogee, OK)
- Steve Williams (w/ Dusty Rhodes) pinned UWF Heavyweight Champion Big Bubba (w/ Skandar Akbar) to win the title with the Oklahoma Stampede; Rhodes and Akbar were tied together with a bullrope for the match; following the match, Jim Ross conducted a backstage interview with Williams, accompanied by Sting, Chris Adams, Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham, Rhodes, Brad Armstrong, and others in which Williams and Ross were doused with champagne (the match was joined in progress) (7/11/87; Oklahoma City, OK)
- Ted Dibiase pinned Mid South North American Champion the Junkyard Dog to win the title in a No DQ match at 5:21 after hitting JYD with a loaded glove behind the referee's back; the two shook hands before the match; Boyd Pierce & Bob Roop provided commentary for the bout (6/25/82; Shreveport, LA; Irish McNeil's Boys Club)
- Mid South Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & Steve Williams defeated Jake Roberts & Nord the Barbarian in a steel cage match at 19:51 after referee Bob Sweetan hit both challengers with his boot (8/10/85; Superdome)

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