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Wrestling's Bloopers, Bleeps, & Bodyslams (1985) #001

Hulkamania (1985) #002
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Greg Valentine with a clothesline and the legdrop at 11:18; after the bout, Valentine shoved referee Dick Kroll out of the ring (8/4/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Big John Studd in a $15,000 bodyslam match via count-out at 10:01 after slamming Studd on the floor; due to pre-match stipulations which stated that the slam had to occur inside the ring, Hogan did not win the $15,000 (12/10/84; Meadowlands)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned David Schultz with a clothesline after the challenger missed a top rope move; after the bout, Schultz hit the champion several times with the belt before Hogan eventually cleared the ring and regained his title belt (6/17/84; Minneapolis Met Center)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Big John Studd in a steel cage match by escaping through the door after kicking the challenger off him; after the bout, the two men briefly brawled on the floor (4/6/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 5:40 with the legdrop to win the title after ramming the champion back-first against the turnbuckle to escape the Camel Clutch (1/23/84; Madison Square Garden)

Best of the WWF Vol. 1 (1985) #003
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd, WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch in a handicap match at 22:21 when Andre pinned Murdoch with a boot to the face and a sit-down splash after Studd walked out on his team (7/15/84; Meadowlands)
- Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper) pinned WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the title at 11:20 after lifting her right shoulder out of a bridged roll up; David Wolfe did guest commentary for the bout; after the bout, Moolah & Albano attacked the referee after hearing the decision (7/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Bobby Bass
- Roddy Piper defeated Jimmy Snuka via count-out at 7:05 when Snuka was dropped across the top rope while attempting a crossbody off the top, then falling to the floor and hitting his back against the apron; after the bout, Piper hit Snuka three times in the back of the neck with a folded steel chair; moments later, Snuka was placed on a stretcher and taken backstage (8/25/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Cobra pinned Black Tiger with a senton off the top rope to win the vacant WWF Jr. Heavyweight title (12/28/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Gene Okerlund defeated George Steele & Mr. Fuji (w/ Jesse Ventura) at around the 6:30 mark when Okerlund pinned Fuji after Hogan slammed his parnter onto Fuji and then pushed down on top of him during the cover; Jesse Ventura sat ringside for the match; after the bout, Ventura argued with the referee over the call and briefly faced off against Hogan until Hogan & Okerlund cleared the ring of Steele & Fuji (8/26/84; Minneapolis, MN)
- Bruno Sammartino defeated Larry Zbyzsko via disqualification when Zbyzsko attacked his opponent with a chair (1/22/80; Allentown, PA)
- Bruno Sammartino defeated Larry Zbyszko in a steel cage match at 13:59 by escaping the cage through the door after twice throwing his opponent into the cage; prior to the bout, Sammartino was escorted to the ring by Arnold Skaaland; after the bout, Zbyzsko confronted Sammartino outside the ring, where Sammartino twice punched Zbyzsko before Zbyzsko reluctantly raised Bruno's hand in victory; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (8/9/80; Shea Stadium)

WrestleMania (1985) #004

WWF's Most Unusual Matches (1985) #005
- WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tito Santana at 10:22 in a lumberjack match after both men collided and the champion fell on top for the win; lumberjacks included King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, the Junkyard Dog, Barry O, Matt Borne, Ricky Steamboat, Jimmy Snuka, Rocky Johnson, Charlie Fulton, and Terry Gibbs (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a double disqualification at 7:46 in an Indian Strap Match when referee Jack Lotz was knocked down; after the match, the two men had to be held apart by Ivan Putski, Tito Santana, Dominic DeNucci, and Gorilla Monsoon (first strap match held at MSG) (7/30/79; Madison Square Garden)
- Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. defeated Jimmy Snuka & the Junkyard Dog (sub. for the Tonga Kid) in a Texas Tornado Match at 8:45 when Orton pinned JYD after Piper tripped JYD from the apron (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Susan Green won a 10-women pinfall battle royal by last eliminating Donna Christianello with a roll up; other participants included the Masked Venus, Paula Kay, the Black Panther, and Peggy Patterson; due to prematch stipulations, Greene earned a women's title match against the Fabulous Moolah (Philadelphia Arena)
- WWF Martial Arts Champion Antonio Inoki won a 20-man battle royal at 13:23 by last eliminating Rene Goulet; other participants included: Sika, Jose Luis Rivera, Butcher Vachon, Tony Garea, Chief Jay Strongbow, Afa, Steve Lombardi, Bob Orton Jr., Charlie Fulton, Ron Shaw, Terry Daniels, the Iron Sheik, WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch, WWF IC Champion Tito Santana, Paul Orndorff, Sgt. Slaughter, and Samula; order of elimination: Lombardi by Slaughter (0:59); Orndorff by Afa & Santana (2:16); Strongbow by Shaw (2:38); Sheik by ? (not shown on camera) (3:56); Vachon by Santana (4:17); Fulton by Slaughter & Daniels (7:48); Adonis by Slaughter after ducking a charge (9:38); Murdoch by Afa & Sika (9:44); Slaughter by Afa & Sika by falling off the apron when Murdoch was eliminated (9:45); Afa by ? (not shown on camera) (10:06); Santana by Inoki (10:42); Sika by ? (not shown on camera) (10:52); Rivera by Shaw with a backdrop (11:04); Daniels by Goulet (11:13); Samula by Inoki after ducking a charge (11:26); Orton by Inoki with an enziguri (12:11); Garea by Shaw & Goulet (12:36); Shaw by Goulet when Inoki moved out of the way (13:17) (7/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Don Muraco defeated Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match at 6:46 when a flying headbutt from Snuka sent Muraco tumbling out the door; after the bout, Snuka scaled the cage and hit a splash off the top onto the prone champion, 15 feet below; the challenger and champion were escorted to ringside by Buddy Rogers and Capt. Lou Albano, respectively, but the managers returned backstage before the match began (10/17/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka & Arnold Skaaland (sub. for Buddy Rogers) defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco & Capt. Lou Albano at 10:07 when Snuka pinned Muraco with a crossbody off the top (12/26/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Haystacks Calhoun, Larry Zbyzsko, & Peter Maivia defeated Moose Monrow, Strong Kobayashi, & Butcher Vachon when Calhoun pinned Monroe with a splash (Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant, Rocky Johnson, Salvatore Bellomo, Jimmy Snuka, & Pedro Morales defeated Mr. Fuji, Ray Stevens, Don Muraco, Buddy Rose, & Superstar Billy Graham in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match at 17:05, 3-1; fall #1: Fuji pinned Bellomo with a belly to belly suplex at 11:35; fall #2: Bellomo pinned Fuji at 2:18 after a dropkick from Snuka; fall #3: Snuka pinned Rose at the 43-second mark with a sunset flip; fall #4: Andre pinned Rose at 2:29 with a boot to the chest and sit-down splash (the Spectrum's first 10-man tag team match) (2/19/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)

Andre the Giant (1985) #006
- Andre the Giant pinned Moondog Rex with a boot to the face and splash at 1:49 (8/1/81; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Andre the Giant won a $50,000 18-man battle royal by last eliminating Adrian Adonis; other participants included: Sgt. Slaughter, Dick Murdoch, Big John Studd, Jimmy Snuka, Pat Patterson, WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, Salvatore Bellomo, Paul Orndorff, Tiger Chung Lee, Alexis Smirnoff, the Iron Sheik, Tito Santana, Mil Mascaras, the Hangman, Victor Rivera, and one other name; order of elimination: Bellomo by Patterson; Slaughter eliminated himself by jumping over the top to follow the Iron Sheik to the floor; Rivera elimiated; Snuka eliminated; Santana by Orndorff; Orndorff by Andre; Mascaras by Andre; Sheik by Hogan; Studd by Hogan via a punch as Studd was on the apron; Hogan by Studd, Adonis, & Lee, with Studd on the floor; after the elimination, Hogan won a brawl with Studd on the floor and in the ring; Lee by Patterson; Patterson by Adonis via blow to the back as Patterson attempted to eliminate Smirnoff; Smirnoff by Andre via an atomic drop; Murdoch by Andre via a throw as Murdoch was on his back; Adonis by Andre via a throw into the corner, with Andois flipping out of the ring (4/30/84; Oakland)
- Andre the Giant defeated Black Gordman & Goliath in a handicap match at 6:51 by sitting on both men after press slamming Gordman onto Goliath (1/12/76; Los Angeles)
- Andre the Giant defeaeted Jack Evans, Johnny Rodz, & Joe Nova in a handicap match by sitting on all three men after piling them on top of one another (4/75; Philadelphia, PA)
- Andre the Giant defeated Gorilla Monsoon (w/ Hugo Savinovich) via TKO in a boxing match following a right hand punch; Joe Walcott was the special referee for the bout (9/23/77; Roberto Clemente Stadium; San Juan, Puerto Rico)
- Andre the Giant & Jimmy Snuka defeated the Wild Samoans at 12:51 when Snuka pinned Sika with a splash off Andre's shoulders following a boot to the face by Andre; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escored the Samoans to the ring while Buddy Rogers escorted Snuka & Andre (2/18/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant pinned the Masked Superstar with a boot to the face and splash; after the bout, Andre attempted to unmask Superstar but he was able to escape the ring (Bill Eadie's last MSG appearance for 3 years) (2/20/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant & SD Jones defeated Ken Patera & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification when Studd & Patera refused to stop double teaming Andre; after the bout, the two men cut the incapacitated Andre's hair (11/13/84; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Andre the Giant defeated Ken Patera (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification when Heenan came off the top onto Andre, hitting him with a pair of brass knuckles and causing the referee to be knocked down; moments later, Patera came off the top onto Andre, with Andre lifting his boot into Patera's face before sending both men out of the ring (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a bodyslam match at 5:53; pre-match stipulations stated Andre would win $15,000 if he was able to slam Studd and would retire if he couldn't do it within the time-limit; after the bout, Andre began throwing the money into the crowd until Heenan grabbed the money bag and ran backstage (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)

Best of the WWF Vol. 2 (1985) #007
- Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson to win the titles when Adonis rolled up Johnson from behind (4/17/84; Hamburg, PA)
- Don Muraco pinned WWF IC Champin Pedro Morales to win the title at 11:34 when the champion's injured knee gave out as he attempted a slam, with Morales falling on top for the pin (1/22/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Pedro Morales fought Killer Kowalski to a double count-out (7/22/74; Madison Square Garden)
- The Jamaica Kid & Billy the Kid defeated Sky Low Low & Little Brutus when Billy the Kid pinned Sky Low Low after ramming him into Little Brutus - Sky Low Low & Little Brutus defeated Sonny Boy Hayes & Joey Russell when Little Brutus made the pin with a slam after a top rope move by Sky Low Low
- Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Prof. Toru Tanaka via disqualification after the referee prevented Tanaka from throwing salt at Strongbow
- WWF IC Champion Tito Santana fought Paul Orndorff to a time limit draw (9/1/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- WWF IC Champion Don Muraco defeated Rocky Johnson via disqualification at 13:42 when Johnson hit the referee (3/19/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- U.S. Champion Bobo Brazil defeated Freddie Blassie via count-out when Blassie's leg became entagled in the ring ropes (10/10/64; Philadelphia Arena)
- Andre the Giant defeated the Black Demon (Don Serrano) when the Black Demon ran backstage, covering his face, after Andre accidentally unmasked him with a hiptoss (3/17/81; Allentown, PA)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea & Rick Martel defeated the Moondogs in a Texas Death Match at 13:27 when Martel pinned King following a double backdrop; Gorilla Monsoon was the guest referee for the bout (2/14/81; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tony Garea at 9:48 to win the titles when Saito pinned Martel after Fuji threw salt into the champion's eyes as Martel attempted a crossbody off the top, allowing Saito to roll through on the move to get the win (10/13/81; Allentown, PA)

Wrestling's Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Strongest #008
This was a highlight video in which the only matches with finishes included are those listed below
- Gorilla Monsoon pinned the Wolfman with a chop and splash
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Rene Goulet via submission with a bearhug at 7:29 after catching Goulet as he came off the top (Hillbilly's MSG debut) (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Tiger Jackson & the Haiti Kid defeated Pancho Boy & Dana Carpenter when Jackson pinned Carpenter with a crossbody off the middle turnbuckle (2/14/84; Allentown, PA)
- Little Brutus & Sky Low Low defeated Little Joey & Frenchie Lamont in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #2: Brutus pinned Lamont by grabbing the tights for leverage after hitting a bodyslam (11/22/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Ivan Putski defeated Jesse Ventura via disqualification in an arm wrestling match when Ventura hit Putski as he was about to lose the contest; afterwards, Ventura attacked Putski with a chair (7/20/84; St. Louis, MO)

Rowdy Roddy Piper's Greatest Hits #009
- Roddy Piper & David Schultz defeated Andre the Giant & Jimmy Snuka via disqualification at 12:20; the match was turned into a handicap match at around the 8-minute mark when Andre was helped backstage by police officers after Piper busted his head open using a foreign object; Snuka argued that the match should continue as a handicap match and Piper & Schultz agreed; the match ended when Andre, his head heavily bandaged, returned to the ring and helped Snuka in assaulting the opposition and eventually clearing them from the ring; since the bout turned into a handicap match, Andre’s actions were considered outside interference (3/25/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Cyndi Lauper) defeated Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) via disqualification at 7:40 after Paul Orndorff, who came ringside midway through the contest, joined Piper in attacking the champion after the referee was knocked out; moments later, as Piper and Orndorff prepared to knock Cyndi Lauper off the ring apron, Mr. T - who was sitting ringside for the event - came out of his seat and into the ring where he and Hogan faced off against Piper and Orndorff until officials and police swarmed the ring; prior to the bout, Piper came to the ring wearing a Hulk Hogan t-shirt and smashed a guitar in the ring to show what he thought of rock ‘n’ roll; Orton wore a sling on his arm as a result of his match against Jimmy Snuka earlier in the show (The War to Settle the Score - 2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka defeated Roddy Piper via count-out at 6:54 when Piper left ringside after Snuka began whipping him with guest referee Lou Thesz’ belt; moments earlier, Piper took Thesz’ belt after the referee was knocked down and began choking Snuka with it until Thesz came to his senses and pulled Piper off (5/25/84; St. Louis, MO)
- Roddy Piper defeated the Tonga Kid (w/ Jimmy Snuka) via disqualification when Snuka attacked Piper moments after Piper attacked Snuka from behind on the floor; after the bout, Bob Orton Jr. came out and all four men brawled until Snuka & Tonga cleared the ring of the opposition; ring announcer Mel Phillips said both teams had been disqualified after the match, even though it was a singles contest (12/1/84; Phildelphia Spectrum)
- Jimmy Snuka & the Tonga Kid fought Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. to a double disqualification at 14:58 when all four men began brawling in the ring and Snuka shoved the referee to the mat; after the bout, Snuka & Tonga cleared the ring of the opposition (12/28/84; Madison Square Garden)

Best of the WWF Vol. 3 #010
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Roddy Piper in a Fijian strap match with a flying bodypress (7/20/84; St. Louis, MO)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 14:51 when Orton came off the top using his arm cast as a weapon; after the bout, Steamboat cleared Orton from the ring after he attempted to attack Steamboat a second time with the cast (7/20/85; Landover, MD; Capital Centre)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Rene Goulet & Johnny Rodz when Dynamite pinned Rodz with a diving headbutt off Goulet's back, who was held in a fireman's carry by Smith (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid fought Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a curfew draw at 13:12 (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Adrian Adonis, Big John Studd, & Bobby Heenan defeated George Steele, WWF Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo via disqualification when Steele hit referee Dick Kroll with a chair after chasing Heenan around ringside with it (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- David Sammartino (w/ Bruno Sammartino) fought Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) to a double disqualification at 11:44 when Johnny slammed David on the floor, with Bruno then chasing Johnny into the ring and all four men then brawling until Johnny and Beefcake were cleared from the ring (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Bruno & David Sammartino defeated Brutus Beefcake & Johnny V when David pinned Johnny V with an inside cradle at 9:07 (5/20/85; Madison Square Garden)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Garea at 6:17 following the Avalanche (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Big John Studd won a $30,000 18-man battle royal at 13:28 by last eliminating WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant at the same time; other participants included the Masked Superstar, Moondog Rex, Samula, Mil Mascaras, David Schultz, Bob Boyer, Mr. Fuji, Tiger Chung Lee, Ivan Putski, Tony Atlas, Paul Orndorff, Rocky Johnson, Jimmy Snuka, and WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch; order of elimination: Schultz, Snuka, Rex by Hogan, Boyer was unable to continue and was taken backstage on a stretcher after being splashed by Andre and having all the other participants pile on top, Lee, Superstar, Atlas was pulled out by Superstar, Orndorff, Samu when Johnson avoided a crossbody, Murdoch & Johnson at the same time, Fuji by Andre, Adonis by Hogan, Mascaras by Studd; after the bout, Hogan and Andre attacked Studd on the floor; the winner of the battle royal was to have won a trophy but the trophy was destroyed during an episode of Wrestling at the Chase during a confrontation between Hogan and Studd (2/10/84; St. Louis, MO)

The Amazing Managers #011
- Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper) pinned WWF Women's Champion Leilani Kai (w/ the Fabulous Moolah) to win the title at 6:14 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Kai put Richter on top for the win; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Richter and Lauper, with David Wolfe (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog & Ricky Steamboat defeated Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji at 13:33 when Steamboat pinned Fuji with a sunset flip; after the match, JYD freed himself from the ring ropes and cleared the ring with his chain (8/17/85; Landover, MD; Capital Centre)
- Johnny V pinned Steve Lombardi at 5:04 with a clothesline and elbow drop; after the bout, Johnny V threw his opponent out to the floor (8/17/85; Landover, MD; Capital Centre)
- George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) fought Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) to a double count-out at 4:18 after Steele left the ring to confront Blassie on the floor, after Blassie assaulted Albano with his cane, which led to a brawl with Steele & Albano against Volkoff & Blassie (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Randy Savage pinned Jim Young with the flying elbowsmash at 1:46; during the bout, Bobby Heenan, Jimmy Hart, Freddie Blassie, Mr. Fuji, and Johnny V were at ringside in hopes that Savage would name one of them as his new manager; after the match, Savage thanked the managers for their consideration and then asked that his new manager come to ringside, which the unnamed woman then did (Miss Elizabeth's debut) (7/30/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Andre the Giant & Pedro Morales defeated Capt. Lou Albano (sub. for Sika) & Afa at 9:22 when Morales pinned Afa after a boot to the face from Andre (8/23/80; Philadelphia Spectrum)

Wrestling's Country Boys #012
- Hillbilly Jim (w/ Hulk Hogan) defeated Terry Gibbs via submission with a bearhug at 1:45 (Jim's TV debut) (12/84; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Rene Goulet via submission with a bearhug at 7:29 after catching Goulet as he came off the top (Hillbilly's MSG debut) (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Uncle Elmer pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 2:51 with a legdrop (7/20/85; Landover, MD; Capital Centre)
- Uncle Elmer defeated Big John Studd via disqualification at 2:40 when Bobby Heenan interfered as Elmer attempted a bodyslam; after the match, Elmer and Hillbilly Jim chased Studd and Heenan out of the ring (8/10/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Cousin Junior (w/ Hillbilly Jim & Uncle Elmer) pinned Ron Shaw at 1:35 with a mule kick (Junior's TV debut) (8/20/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Cousin Junior (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Adrian Adonis via disqualification at 6:38 after Junior became tied up in the ring ropes and Adonis refused to stop beating on him; after the match, Hillbilly Jim made the save by hitting Adonis with his cowbell (9/14/85; Landover, MD; Capital Centre)
- Cousin Junior (w/ Hillbilly Jim) pinned Moondog Spot at 12:46 with a mule kick after Spot was distracted by Jim on the floor (8/17/85; Landover, MD; Capital Centre)
- Uncle Elmer & Cousin Junior (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Barry O & Jerry Adams at 2:22 when Junior pinned Adams with a sit-down splash after sending him into Elmer (debut of Hillbilly Jim's "Don't Go Messin with a Country Boy" theme song) (9/10/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)

Best of the WWF Vol. 4 #013
- Paul Orndorff defeated Roddy Piper via disqualification at 8:43 when Bob Orton Jr. interfered, pushed Orndorff off the top, and assaulted him with his arm cast; after the bout, Orndorff was bloodied and sustained a double suplex; moments later, Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid made the save and, after a brief brawl with Piper & Orton, were able to clear the ring (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Jimmy Snuka defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) & Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 9:32 when Hogan was illegally double teamed; after the bout, Hogan & Snuka won a brawl in the ring and on the floor (5/18/85; Boston Garden)
- Tony Atlas won a 20-man battle royal at 18:25 by last eliminating SD Jones; other participants included: Greg Valentine, Blackjack Mulligan, Steve Travis, Adrian Adonis, Baron Mikel Scicluna, Mr. Fuji, Mr. Saito, Swede Hanson, WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales, Ivan Putski, Tony Garea, Jose Estrada, Charlie Fulton, Johnny Rodz, Laurent Soucie, Jimmy Snuka, Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow (Strongbows' Spectrum debut); order of elimination: Snuka by Putski; Mulligan; Putski; Garea by Saito; Travis by Rodz & Estrada; Saito by the Strongbows; Jules by Fuji; Fuji by Jay; Jay by Fuji when Fuji pulled him down with him; Hanson; Morales by Estrada & Adonis; Fulton by Adonis; Rodz by Atlas; Soucie by Adonis; Estrada by Jones; Scicluna by Jones; Adonis by Atlas; Valentine by Jones via dropkick; Jones by Atlas when Jones allowed Atlas to press him over his head and place him on the ring apron after Jones lost a coin toss between the two men (6/26/82; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Andre the Giant defeated Killer Khan in a stretcher match at 6:49 following a sit-down splash and a regular splash (11/14/81; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd in a steel cage match at 10:04 by escaping through the door after a bodyslam and sit-down splash off the top rope (9/24/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Andre the Giant (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification when Big John Studd interfered, wearing street clothes, after Andre hit a sit-down splash onto Bundy; following the bout, Andre was double-teamed until he escaped the ring and grabbed a chair, forcing Studd, Bundy, Hart, and Bobby Heenan away from ringside (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat & Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) & Brutus Beefcake at 15:31 when Valentine submitted to Santana's figure-4 after Santana avoided an atomic drop, grabbed Valentine's leg, and applied the hold (4/21/85; Toronto, Ontario; Maple Leaf Gardens)

The Wrestling Classic #014

Tag Team Champions #015
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) via disqualification at 4:12 when Johnny V pushed Dynamite off the top as the challenger attempted to dive onto Valentine (9/10/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka to win the titles when DeNucci pinned Tanaka with an airplane spin that knocked down Fuji in the process (3/14/78; Philadelphia, PA)
- The Yukon Lumberjacks defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci to win the titles when Pierre pinned DeNucci following a double chop behind the referee's back (6/26/78; Madison Square Garden)
- Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions the Yukon Lumberjacks (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 9:21 when Garea pinned Eric after the champions collided in the ring; after the match, Albano fired his team for losing the championship (11/21/78; Allentown, PA)
- Johnny & Jerry Valiant (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Jimmy Valiant) defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Larry Zbyzsko & Tony Garea to win the titles at 10:54 when Johnny pinned Zbyzsko after Jerry and Zbyzsko collided and Jimmy pulled Jerry to the floor, allowing Johnny to take his place in the ring (3/6/79; Allentown, PA)
- Ivan Putski & Tito Santana defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Johnny & Jerry Valiant at 13:39 to win the titles when Santana pinned Johnny with a crossbody after the champions collided in the ring, with Jerry being knocked to the floor (10/22/79; Madison Square Garden)
- The Wild Samoans defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Tito Santana & Ivan Putski to win the titles at 7:36 when Sika pinned Santana with the Samoan Drop after Santana missed a crossbody off the top (4/12/80; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Rick Martel & Tony Garea defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans to win the titles at 14:29 when Martel scored the pin with a sunset flip as the illegal Samoan covered Garea at the same time, moments after Garea and the legal Samoan collided in the ring (11/8/80; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Moondogs (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea & Rick Martel to win the titles at 12:09 when Moondog Rex pinned Garea after Moondog King hit Garea in the head with his bone as the referee was knocked down (3/17/81; Allentown, PA)
- Rick Martel & Tony Garea defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Moondogs (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 8:14 when Martel pinned Moondog Spot with a sunset flip as Spot attempted to choke Garea with his bone (7/21/81; Allentown, PA)
- Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tony Garea at 9:48 to win the titles when Saito pinned Martel after Fuji threw salt into the champion's eyes as Martel attempted a crossbody off the top, allowing Saito to roll through on the move to get the win (10/13/81; Allentown, PA)
- Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1 - Fuji pinned Jules at around the 30-second mark after thowing salt into both he and Chief Jay's face while Saito distracted the referee (only first fall was shown) (7/13/82; Allentown, PA)
- Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito to win the titles at 9:48 when Jules pinned Fuji after Fuji missed a dive in the ring; the decision was later overturned when the replay showed Fuji's foot on the bottom rope during the pin; Ivan Putski was the guest referee for the bout (6/28/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 3:06 when Jay pinned Saito with a Thesz Press (10/26/82; Allentown, PA)
- The Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Jules & Chief Jay Strongbow to win the titles when Jay was pinned after a double clothesline and a Samoan Drop (3/8/83; Allentown, PA)
- Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles in a No DQ match when Atlas pinned Afa after Albano accidentally broke a wooden chair over Afa’s head (11/15/83; Allentown, PA)
- Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson to win the titles when Adonis pinned Johnson with a roll up from behind as Johnson was punching Murdoch, who was hoisted in a gorilla press by Atlas on the floor (4/17/84; Allentown, PA)
- Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch to win the titles when Windham pinned Murdoch with a sunset flip as Murdoch was assaulting Rotundo (1/21/85; Hartford, CT; Civic Center)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 6:56 when Volkoff pinned Windham after Sheik hit Windham in the back with Blassie's cane; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Blassie and the new champions (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden)
- Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) to win the titles at 3:13 when Rotundo pinned Sheik after both Volkoff and Windham reversed the pin position behind the referee's back (6/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles when Valentine pinned Windham after Beefcake stuck Johnny V's lit cigar into Windham's eye (8/24/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)

The Life & Times of Capt. Lou Albano #016
- Lou Albano pinned Tony Angelo at 7:34 after Angelo hit his knee in the corner when Albano moved out of the way
- Rick Martel defeated Capt. Lou Albano via count-out at 4:05 when Albano left ringside after Martel began stomping him (Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1 - Fuji pinned Jules at around the 30-second mark after thowing salt into both he and Chief Jay's face while Saito distracted the referee (only the first fall was included) (7/13/82; Allentown, PA)
- Capt. Lou Albano, Mr. Fuji, & Mr. Saito defeated Tony Garea, Rick Martel, & Tony Atlas in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2 falls to 1; fall #3: Fuji pinned Garea at 3:31 after Saito came off the top with a blow to the back of the head as Garea had Fuji in an abdominal stretch (2/20/82; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles in a No DQ match when Atlas pinned Afa after Albano accidentally broke a wooden chair over Afa’s head (11/15/83; Allentown, PA)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis fought the Wild Samoans to a draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 19:51; fall #1: Adonis pinned Afa at 13:02 with a splash following a double elbow drop; after the fall, Capt. Lou Albano came ringside and went to the corner of the champions; fall #2: Afa pinned Murdoch with the Samoan Drop at 15:34; after the fall, Albano went to the corner of the challengers and offered to shake their hands but the Samoans didn't know what to do and Albano left ringside; fall #3: both teams were disqualified when all four men began brawling in the ring and Sika hit the referee; prior to the bout, Albano was introduced to the crowd but left ringside before either team appeared (6/16/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant, Hillbilly Jim, & Capt. Lou Albano defeated Big John Studd, King King Bundy, & Bobby Heenan at 12:18 when Andre pinned Heenan following a boot to the face (11/25/85; Madison Square Garden)

Best of the WWF Vol. 5 #017
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification at 16:37 when the referee saw Steamboat use Mr. Fuji’s cane as a weapon, moments after Muraco used it as the referee was knocked out; after the bout, Steamboat broke the cane over Muraco's head before then jabbing him in the head with one of the ends, with Muraco then sliding out to the floor; moments later, Muraco climbed back in the ring and the two men continued to brawl for several minutes, with Steamboat dominating; both men bled from the head during the bout (11/25/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) fought B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell to a double disqualification at 4:31 when all four men began brawling in the ring after Brunzell hit Bret with the dropkick; after the match, the Killer Bees cleared the Hart Foundation from the ring (9/10/85; Brantford, Ontario)
- Paul Orndorff, B. Brian Blair, & Jim Brunzell defeated Barry O, Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 4:20 when Brunzell pinned Barry O with a dropkick as Orndorff held Barry in the air (10/1/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) via disqualification at 4:18 when Johnny V shoved Dynamite off the top, with Dynamite injuring his shoulder (9/9/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Leilani Kai (w/ the Fabulous Moolah) pinned WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper & David Wolff) with a roll up to win the title at 11:49 after Moolah hit the champion with a forearm to the face as Richter was trying to help Lauper on the floor after she was attacked by Moolah; after the bout, Richter and Lauper scared Moolah and Kai from the ring (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Spider Lady pinned WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter to win the title at 6:38 with a small package even though the champion clearly kicked out before 3; after the bout, Richter continued attacking the challenger and pulled her mask off to reveal her as the Fabulous Moolah, not realizing the match had ended and - once she did - she refused to give up the championship belt; the finish, which Richter was unaware, came as a result of contract disputes with the champion; moments later, Richter whipped Moolah out of the ring with the title belt (Richter's last appearance in the WWF) (11/25/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Tito Santana fought Jesse Ventura to a double count-out when both men began brawling on the ramp; after the bout, Santana challenged Ventura to get back into the ring; after he did so, the champion knocked him out of the ring and then repeatedly hit him with the title belt before both men went backstage (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Andre the Giant, Ivan Putski, Chief Jay Strongbow, & Rocky Johnson defeated Big John Studd, Samula, & WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match, 3-1; fall #1: Studd's team was disqualified at 5:13 when all members of the team began fighting in the ring; fall #2: Sika pinned Strongbow at the 46-second mark following a standing and falling headbutt; fall #3: Strongbow pinned Afa at the 23-second mark following a boot to the face from Andre as Andre stood on the ring apron; fall #4: Andre's team won at 2:46 when Andre pinned Samula with a boot and sit-down splash as Samula came off the middle turnbuckle (7/16/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)

Grudge Matches #018
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 6:12 when the challenger threw salt into Hogan's eyes after it was handed to him by Fuji; the bell originally sounded at 5:42 when Hogan scored the 3-count after hitting the legdrop but the referee had the contest continue when he noticed Muraco's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover after Fuji put it there (5/20/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 3:12 when Dory Funk Jr. appeared, wearing a business suit, and attacked JYD from behind with his cowboy boot as Terry was tied up in the ring ropes and JYD prepared to use his own branding iron against him; after the bout, the Funks and Hart triple teamed JYD until several babyfaces scared them from the ring (Dory Funk Jr.'s TV debut) (1/28/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned the Junkyard Dog at 5:16 after hitting him in the back of the head with Hart's megaphone after JYD brought Hart into the ring; after the match, Funk attempted to attack JYD with his branding iron but JYD knocked him to the floor and pulled his pants off before knocking Funk off the apron and branding Hart's butt (Saturday Night's Main Event; 10/31/85; Hershey, PA)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino fought Ivan Koloff to a draw when the match was stopped due to blood at 21:59; after the bout, the two men were held apart by Gorilla Monsoon, the Blackjacks, Dominic DeNucci, Tony Parisi, and several others (10/13/75; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) pinned WWF IC Champion Tito Santana to win the title at 2:52 with a knee to the back and hooking the champion's injured leg to prevent him from kicking out; moments earlier, Santana thought he had scored the pin with the flying forearm but the challenger's leg was outside the ring; after the match, Valentine put Santana in the figure-4; after the bout, Santana was taken backstage on a stretcher (9/24/84; London, Ontario)
- Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a steel cage match to win the title at 10:25 by escaping over the top and kicking the door in Valentine's face before hitting the floor (7/6/85; Baltimore, MD)
- Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) fought WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) to a draw at 13:05 when both men were too bloody to continue; Gorilla Monsoon was the special referee for the bout; after the match, Bruno continued to attack the champion, despite Monsoon trying to hold him back (8/1/77; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Mr. T (w/ Jimmy Snuka) defeated Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) at 13:33 when Hogan pinned Orndorff after Orton accidentally knocked Orndorff out with a double axe handle off the top, using his arm cast, while refereee Pat Patterson was distracted; Billy Martin served as guest ring announcer for the match; prior to the bout, guest timekeeper Liberace danced in the ring with the Rockettes; Muhammed Ali served as the outside official while Patterson was the referee inside; former boxer Jose Torres was shown in the crowd during the introductions; Piper's team was escorted to the ring by a bagpipe band performing "Scotland the Brave;" after the bout, Piper and Orton left ringside, leaving Orndorff to be helped to his feet by Mr. T; a dazed Orndorff faced off with Hogan and T before eventually leaving the ring himself; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)

Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat #019
- Ricky Steamboat defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at 14:20 when the champion was unable to get back into the ring after an enzuiguri from the challenger knocked him to the floor; after the bout, Steamboat cleared both Valentine and Hart from the ring (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) with a roll up from behind at 14:27 as Beefcake argued with the referee after he thought he had won the match but Steamboat's foot was on the ropes (5/26/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Mr. Fuji at 4:06 with a roll up after avoiding a back suplex; after the bout, Don Muraco attacked Steamboat in the aisle from behind and broke a chair over his back before he and Fuji went backstage (8/20/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Ricky Steamboat by hitting him in the throat with a foreign object after the referee took Fuji's cane from Steamboat (1/86; Landover, MD)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Davey Boy Smith via referee's decision at 2:53 after Smith crotched himself across the ring ropes (The Wrestling Classic - 11/7/85; Chicago, IL)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Ricky Steamboat at 3:22 after hitting Steamboat with a foreign object while in the middle of a suplex into the ring (The Wrestling Classic - 11/7/85; Chicago, IL)

Best of the WWF Vol. 6 #020
- Terry Funk defeated Lanny Poffo via submission at 13:02 with a sleeper hold; prior to the bout, Funk chased ring attendant Mel Phillips away from ringside after refusing to give him his ring gear and cowboy hat; after the bout, Funk branded Poffo (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at 9:55 after Savage jumped from the top rope to the floor, hitting Hogan in the head with the world title belt and then waking the referee up so that he could make the count; after the bout, Savage put the title belt around his waist and left ringside with it until Hogan attacked Savage in the aisle, brought him back into the ring, reclaimed his title belt, and beat up Savage until the challenger was able to escape the ring and run backstage (12/30/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Haiti Kid pinned Butch Cassidy at 10:32 with a reverse roll up (12/30/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Ivan Putski pinned Johnny Valiant (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 4:30 with a sit-down splash following the Polish Hammer (6/16/75; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 14:51 when Orton came off the top using his arm cast as a weapon; after the bout, Steamboat cleared Orton from the ring after he attempted to attack Steamboat a second time with the cast (7/20/85; Landover, MD; Capital Centre)

WrestleMania II (5/86) #021

Villains of the Squared Circle #022
- Jake Roberts pinned Scott McGhee with the DDT at 4:07 after Roberts held onto the ropes to avoid a roll up; after the bout, Roberts draped Damien over McGee's body (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Pat Patterson defeated Tor Kamata via disqualification at 2:09 when Kamata threw salt into referee Dick Kroll's eyes after Patterson ducked the attempt; after the bout, Patterson fought off Kamata and hit a bodyslam before Kroll made a one count and then gave the match to Patterson on a disqualification (8/9/80; Shea Stadium)
- WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated George Steele when the match was stopped due to blood at 8:16 after Morales repeatedly rammed Steele's face into the turnbuckles and punched him; after the bout, Steele attacked the champion until Morales gained the upper hand and chased Steele from ringside (6/30/73; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant defeated Ernie Ladd via count-out at 12:28 when Ladd walked out of the match after avoiding a splash from Andre (4/26/76; Madison Square Garden)
- Gorilla Monsoon defeated Lou Albano via count-out at 2:58 after Monsoon knocked Albano over the top to the floor and Albano walked backstage (6/30/73; Madison Square Garden)
- Terry Funk defeated Aldo Marino via submission to the spinning toe hold at 3:07; before the bout, ring attendant Mel Phillips put Funk's hat on his head since his arms were full of Funk's ring gear; Funk then attacked Phillips, with Phillips having to be helped backstage (Funk's debut) (6/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Cpl. Kirchner defeated the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie & Nikolai Volkoff) via disqualification at 4:56 when Volkoff attacked Kirchner with Blassie's cane on the floor; after the bout, Volkoff & Sheik continued to attack Kirchner in the ring but Kirchner eventually chased them off with a steel chair (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)

Bruno Sammartino: Wrestling's Living Legend #023
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 18:34 with a roll up after the challenger hit the corner; prior to the bout, the champion was escorted to the ring by Arnold Skaaland (10/25/76; Madison Square Garden)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Baron Von Raschke via disqualification at 17:35 when the challenger brought a steel chair into the ring, as Sammartino had his leg tied in the ring ropes, and hit him with the weapon; prior to the bout, the challenger was escorted to the ring by Freddie Blassie while Sammartino was escorted down by Arnold Skaaland; after the match, Von Raschke applied the claw on the champion, as he was tied in the ropes, and threw down the referee until Tony Garea, Larry Zbyzsko, and another wrestler came out to pull Von Raschke from the ring as Skaaland checked on the champion (3/28/77; Madison Square Garden)
- Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Ken Patera in a Texas Death Match at 12:13 by kicking off the corner, as Patera had a full nelson applied, and falling backwards onto his opponent (8/29/77; Madison Square Garden)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) fought Killer Kowalski to a no contest at 24:15 when the two men began brawling around the ring after the champion began bleeding from the face; after the bout, Chief Jay Strongbow, Pedro Morales, and another wrestler pulled the two men apart (4/29/74; Madison Square Garden)
- Bruno Sammartino defeated Roddy Piper via disqualification when Bob Orton Jr. interfered; after the bout, Piper and Orton double teamed Sammartino and eventually tied him up in the ring ropes (12/7/85; Boston Garden)
- Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. defeated Paul Orndorff & Bruno Sammartino via count-out at 8:40 when, as Piper and Sammartino brawled on the floor, Piper poked Bruno in the eye after avoiding a chair shot and slid back inside the ring (1/11/86; Boston Garden)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated George Steele in a steel cage match by escaping through the door at 18:34 after twice ramming the challenger into the ringpost (7/25/70; Philadelphia Arena)

Best of the WWF Vol. 7 (1986) #024
- Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Pedro Morales at 11:14 after hitting him with Hart's megaphone (1/11/86; Boston Garden)
- Randy Savage defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out after Hogan hit the steel ring post shoulder-first at 8:33 when Elizabeth kept blocking Hogan from ramming Savage into the post; after the bout, Hogan put the challenger in a bearhug until officials and other wrestlers broke it up (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Arnold Skaaland defeated Lou Albano via count-out at 4:35 when Albano walked out of the match after losing his foreign object and being bloodied by Skaaland (12/19/77; Madison Square Garden)
- WWWF Tag Team Champions Haystacks Calhoun & Tony Garea defeated Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1 - Tanaka pinned Garea with a kick to the midsection; fall #2 - the challengers were disqualified for choking Haystacks; fall #3 - Haystacks pinned Tanaka with a splash (7/23/73; Madison Square Garden)
- Tony Atlas defeated WWF IC Champion Ken Patera via count-out at 8:13 after Patera knocked the challenger back inside the ring as both men were fighting on the apron (8/9/80; Shea Stadium)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 18:31 when Dynamite pinned Bret after after a diving headbutt off the top behind the referee's back as Hart had Smith covered (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Moondogs at 18:12 when Jacques pinned Rex with a crossbody; prior to the bout, the ring announcer mistakingly pronounced Rougeau as "Ragu" (Rougeaus' debut) (2/28/86; Sydney, Australia)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) fought Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) to a double disqualification at around 7:30 when all four men began brawling in the ring; the champions played the babyfaces for the match (12/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)

WWF's Explosive TNT Show #025

Macho Man Randy Savage & Elizabeth #026
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Rusty Brooks with the legdrop at the 36-second mark with a bodyslam and the legdrop; prior to the bout, Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth appeared ringside, with Savage having Elizabeth ask Hogan over the mic why the champion doesn't wrestle anyone with credentials; after the contest, Savage attacked Hogan but Hogan quickly cleared him from the ring (10/22/85; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out after Hogan hit the steel ring post shoulder-first at 8:33 when Elizabeth kept blocking Hogan from ramming Savage into the post; after the bout, Hogan put the challenger in a bearhug until officials and other wrestlers broke it up (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned WWF IC Champion Randy Savage in a lumberjack match at 7:36 after George Steele tripped Savage, allowing Hogan to hit the legdrop for the win; other lumberjacks included: Lanny Poffo, Danny Spivey, Ricky Steamboat, King Tonga, Tony Atlas, the Iron Sheik, Nikolai Volkoff, Cpl. Kirchner, Les Thornton, Barry O, King Kong Bundy, Don Muraco, Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart; Hogan's ribs were heavily taped for the match following the attack he sustained on Saturday Night's Main Event from Bundy (2/17/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 4:06 with a double axe handle after Steele became distracted by Elizabeth; Dean Malenko was the referee for the bout; after the contest, Savage carried Elizabeth over his shoulder backstage (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/19/85; Tampa, FL)
- Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage via disqualification at 9:28 when the champion grabbed the referee and threw him into Santana as the challenger had the figure-4 applied (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Tito Santana in a No DQ match at 18:52 with a roll over and using the tights for leverage; late in the bout, Savage knocked out the referee with a punch; after the contest, Santana cleared Savage from the ring (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Tito Santana fought WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) to a no contest at 13:25 when Adrian Adonis interfered and attacked guest referee Bruno Sammartino before attacking the challenger; moments later, Sammartino attacked Adonis until Savage and Adonis double teamed Sammartino; eventually, Santana made the save with a steel chair (5/19/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) & Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bruno Sammartino & Tito Santana via count-out at 9:40 after Savage dropped a double axe handle off the top onto Sammartino, who was on the floor ramming Adonis into the ring apron; after the contest, Sammartino & Santana scared Savage & Adonis from the ring (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)

Best of the WWF Vol. 8 #027
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) fought B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell to a time-limit draw at 18:48 as Brunzell covered Hart following a dropkick (2/17/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Dan Spivey pinned Terry Gibbs with a bulldog at 12:12 (11/25/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated Moondog Rex via submission with the full nelson at 5:38 (6/27/86; Boston Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 8:43 when Heenan tripped JYD from the outside allowing Bundy to splash him; after the bout, Heenan slapped JYD in the corner as Bundy prepared to hit the Avalanche but JYD pushed Heenan into Bundy's path (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Jack Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Garea with a powerslam at 10:06 (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Lanny Poffo with the cradle suplex at 10:56 (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jim Powers & Rick Hunter in a handicap bodyslam match at 2:17 by pinning Hunter with a powerslam; had either Powers or Hunter slammed Studd they would have received $15,000; after the bout, King Tonga came ringside and easily slammed Studd (6/3/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) fought King Tonga to a double count-out at 3:50 when both men were brawling on the floor; both men continued brawling long after the bell on the floor and eventually back in the ring until Tonga cleared Studd from ringside with a headbutt (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Ted Arcidi defeated Terry Gibbs via submission with a bearhug at 2:37 (2/17/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Hercules pinned Cousin Junior with a reverse roll up at 11:33 (11/25/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales pinned Adrian Adonis at 10:47 by lifting his shoulder out of a suplex in which both men's shoulders were down (3/14/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Pat Patterson defeated Capt. Lou Albano via count-out at 1:59 after Patterson hit Albano with his own foreign object, causing Albano to bleed, with Albano then running backstage (3/14/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts fought Ricky Steamboat to a double disqualification at 7:36 after both wrestlers shoved the referee; after the bout Bret Hart, Tiger Chung Lee, & Paul Christy came out and held back Steamboat, with Jake then able to attack Steamboat; Sivi Afi, SD Jones, & Lanny Poffo then tried to also hold back Roberts, with Roberts and Steamboat eventually brawling back to the locker room (5/19/86; Madison Square Garden)

The Big Event #028 (taped 8/28/86 at Toronto's CNE Stadium)
Included Gorilla Monsoon, Johnny Valiant, & Ernie Ladd on commentary
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Jimmy Jack & Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 6:53 when Brunzell pinned Jimmy Jack with an inside cradle after switching places with Blair in the ring, moments after the Killer Bees put their masks on while on the floor
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) fought King Tonga to a 20-minute time-limit draw as Tonga had Muraco covered following a crossbody off the top
- Ted Arcidi defeated Tony Garea (sub. for Tony Atlas) via submission with a bearhug at 2:41
The Junkyard Dog defeated Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at around the 4:15 mark after Adonis collided with Hart on the ring apron and fell over the top to the floor, although the bell rang within seconds of him being outside the ring; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed Hart in the arena before he and Adonis made their way to the ring
- Dick Slater pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 6:24 with a standing elbow off the top and a roll over
- Big John Studd, King Kong Bundy, & Bobby Heenan defeated Big & Super Machine, & Capt. Lou Albano (w/ Giant Machine) via disqualification at 7:49 when Giant Machine interfered, as Studd was in the ring illegally, and single-handedly beat down and cleared the ring of the opposition
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Jake Roberts in a Snake Pit Match at 10:17 with a roll up as Roberts sat on Steamboat's chest making a nonchalant cover
Billy Jack Haynes pinned Hercules with a backslide at 6:08 as Hercules attempted a neckbreaker
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake when Raymond, the illegal man, pinned Valentine with a sunset flip at 14:51 as Valentine attempted to put Jacques in the figure-4
- King Harley Race pinned Pedro Morales with a double leg pickup and putting both feet on the middle rope for leverage
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 11:05 after Heenan hit Hogan over the head with a wooden stool as the champion had Orndorff set up for the piledriver; the decision of the match was not made clear until several moments thereafter as Orndorff covered the champion and the referee, who had been knocked out, tapped his shoulder three times before calling for the bell; after the bout, Orndorff put the belt on and attacked the champion but Hogan eventually sent him to the floor with a boot to the face

Inside the Steel Cage (1986) #029
-  Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd in a steel cage match by escaping through the door at 15:21 after a bodyslam and sit-down splash off the top (7/23/83; Landover, MD)
- Andre the Giant defeated Kamala (w/ Kimchee) by escaping the cage through the door following a sit-down splash off the top rope (10/21/84; Toronto, Ontario)
-  WWF IC Champion Don Muraco defeated Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match at 6:46 when a flying headbutt from Snuka sent Muraco tumbling out the door; after the bout, Snuka scaled the cage and hit a splash off the top onto the prone champion, 15 feet below; the challenger and champion were escorted to ringside by Buddy Rogers and Capt. Lou Albano, respectively, but the managers returned backstage before the match began (10/17/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Bruno Sammartino & Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage & Adrian Adonis in a steel cage match at 9:51 when Sammartino left through the door as Santana escaped over the top (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) to win the title at 10:25 by escaping over the top and kicking the door in Valentine's face before hitting the floor (7/6/85; Baltimore Civic Center)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated George Steele in a steel cage match by escaping through the door after ramming the challenger into the corner
- Bruno Sammartino defeated Roddy Piper in a steel cage match at 8:40 by escaping through the door after beating Piper off him with a wooden chair; prior to the bout, Piper came to the ring wearing a Chicago Bears SuperBowl t-shirt and taped posters of William Perry and Jim McMahon to the sides of the cage (2/8/86; Boston Garden)
-  WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson in a steel cage match at 16:43 by kicking Patterson off him and escaping through the door (9/24/79; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:18 by escaping over the top after kicking Bundy from the cage to the mat; after the match, Hogan chased Heenan inside the cage, threw him into the cage bars, and hit an atomic drop which sent Heenan out the door; Tommy LaSorda was the guest ring announcer for the bout; Robert Conrad was the guest referee; Ricky Schroder was the guest timekeeper (the debut of the blue bar steel cage) (WrestleMania 2 - 4/7/86; Los Angeles, CA)

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- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 6:46 when Smith dropkicked Volkoff from the top rope, as Volkoff prepared to slam Dynamite, with Dynamite landing on top for the win (10/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- 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; Landover, MD)
- Jim Neidhart pinned Davey Boy Smith at 5:39 with his feet outside the ring after Smith was dropped face-first on the top turnbuckle (9/14/85; Landover, MD)
- Davey Boy Smith, the Dynamite Kid, & Capt. Lou Albano defeated Johnny V, WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine at 13:09 when Dynamite pinned Beefcake, the illegal man, with a roll up as Beefcake pounded away at Albano in the corner (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Ozzy Osbourne) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) to win the titles at 12:03 when Smith pinned Valentine after sending him into Dynamite in the corner, with the two men butting heads and Dynamite falling to the floor and busting his head open; there were two referees for the bout, one on the inside and one on the outside (WrestleMania II - 4/7/86; Chicago, IL; Rosemont Horizon)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated the Moondogs at 18:23 when Dynamite pinned Spot with a crossbody off the top rope, over the heads of both Davey Boy Smith and Rex (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith at 9:12 following an axe handle from the middle turnbuckle to the back of the head (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champion the Dynamite Kid pinned Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) at 11:18 by blocking a suplex into the ring and reversing it into a roll up; after the bout, Beefcake tied Dynamite upside down in the corner and pounded away at him until Davey Boy Smith made the save (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification in a non-title match at 4:55 when Studd shoved the referee; the champions put up little offense during the match and, afterwards, Studd and Bundy got into an arguement over the loss (4/21/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)

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