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Best of the WWF Vol. 9 (1986) #031
- Ricky Steamboat defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) via count-out after Savage failed a bodyslam on the floor, with Steamboat falling on top of him (7/27/86; Toronto, Ontario; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Nikolai Volkoff & The Iron Sheik (w/ Slick) defeated the Hart Foundation when Sheik tripped Neidhart, who had Volkoff up for a slam, and Volkoff fell on top for the pin (8/9/86; Boston Garden)
- Crpl. Kirchner pinned Nikolai Volkoff in a Bootcamp match after hitting him with his boot (7/27/86; Toronto, Ontario; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Andre the Giant, Jimmy Snuka, & the Junkyard Dog defeated Big John Studd, Jesse Ventura, & Ken Patera when Snuka pinned Patera with the top rope splash after a boot to the face from Andre (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated King Tonga & Sivi Afi when Bundy pinned Tonga after a kneedrop to the chest at 8:33, even though it seemed Bundy wasnít attempting to get the pinfall (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Hart won a 22-man $50,000 battle royal when Greg Valentine and the Junkyard Dog eliminated each other at 12:53; Hart spent the entire match hiding underneath the ring; other participants included: the Junkyard Dog, Harley Race, Billy Jack Haynes, King Kong Bundy, Sivi Afi, Brutus Beefcake, Bobby Heenan, Pedro Morales, Lanny Poffo, Mike Sharpe, Moondog Spot, Jimmy Hart, King Tonga, Big John Studd, the Dynamite Kid, Davey Boy Smith, Greg Valentine, Johnny V, SD Jones, Tony Garea, Moondog Rex, & Tony Atlas; order of elimination: Studd by several wrestlers (0:13), Bundy by several wrestlers (0:19), Heenan by several wrestlers (0:43), SD Jones by Moondog Spot (2:21), Sharpe (3:27), Atlas by Spot (3:35), Johnny V by Morales (3:49), Garea by Valentine (5:05), Race by Morales (5:44), Afi by Beefcake (5:54), the Moondogs by the Bulldogs via simultaneous dropkicks (6:31), Dynamite by Beefcake (7:54), Morales by Valentine after three blows to the chest as Morales was perched upon the top rope (9:20), Beefcake by Smith, Haynes, and Poffo (9:33), Haynes by Valentine via backdrop (9:47), Tonga by Valentine via backdrop (9:54), Davey Boy by Valentine via powerslam over the top (10:36), Poffo by Valentine (10:47) (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Cowboy Lang pinned Lord Littlebrook at 10:01 with a spinning roll up (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)

Grand Slams (1986) #032
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned SD Jones at the 24-second mark with the Avalanche and a splash; the announced time of the match was 9 seconds (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square 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 several sit-down splashes and a regular splash; Khan had been placed on the stretcher several times by the referees but kept getting back off of it until the final splash from Andre (11/14/81; Philadelphia Spectrum)

Hulkamania 2 (1987) #033
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Hillbilly Jim defeated Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification when Heenan interfered at around the 12-minute mark and kicked Hogan as Hogan had Studd covered following the legdrop; after the bout, Hogan threw Heenan in the corner just as Bundy was about to hit the Avalanche on Jim, with Bundy hitting Heenan instead (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned King Kong Bundy with a powerslam at 6:11 after the challenger hit the corner (10/12/85; Boston Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) with the legdrop at 7:12; Elizabeth was sent backstage by referee Danny Davis at around the 3:30 mark; after the bout, Adrian Adonis came to the ring and joined Savage in double teaming Hogan until Hogan eventually cleared them from the ring (6/27/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff defeated King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 6:04 when Bundy and Studd refused to stop double-teaming Hogan and referee Dave Hebner was knocked to the floor; prior to the match, Hogan and Orndorff were seen talking backstage about the missed phone call that started friction between the two, with Hogan telling Orndorff to let it go; after the bout, Orndorff made the save for the champion and raised his hand in victory before dropping him with a clothesline and following with the piledriver; moments later, Orndorff, Bundy, Heenan, and Studd left the ring together as Mike Rotundo, Danny Spivey, King Tonga, and Sivi Afi checked on Hogan; Adrian Adonis then congratulated Orndorff backstage with the rest of the Heenan Family (6/24/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:42 by exiting over the top after hitting the legdrop on the challenger and sending an interfering Heenan into the cage; both men simultaneously left the cage from opposite sides of the ring earlier in the bout and the winner was inconclusive so the match continued (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/14/86; Hartford, CT)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Brutus Beefcake at 12:35 with a roll up after Beefcake accidentally hit Johnny V with the running kneelift as V was on the ring apron; moments prior to the finish, Beefcake kicked out of the legdrop as Johnny climbed up on the apron to distract the champion (8/17/85; Landover, MD; Captial Centre)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & George Steele defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage & Adrian Adonis at 10:28 when Hogan pinned Adonis with the legdrop after Savage accidentally backdropped his partner and was knocked to the floor; prior to the bout, Miss Elizabeth escorted Savage to the ring (8/9/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Kamala (w/ the Wizard & Kimchee) via disqualification at 6:39 when the Wizard tripped up Hogan from the outside and then held his legs down for Kamala to splash him twice; Hogan was then triple-teamed and was held down by the Wizard and Kimchee for Kamala to hit a splash off the top but Hogan was able to escape and clear all three from the ring (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (as Hulk Machine), Big & Super Machine defeated King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, & Bobby Heenan at 8:45 when Hogan pinned Studd with a bodyslam and the legdrop (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)

Best of the WWF Vol. 10 #034
- Jimmy Hart, Jimmy Jack & Dory Funk Jr. defeated Ricky Steamboat, the Junkyard Dog, & the Haiti Kid at 11:33 when Hart pinned Haiti after Dory hit JYD with Hart's megaphone and bodyslammed Haiti (4/26/86; Boston Garden)
- Tito Santana fought Bob Orton Jr. to a 30-minute time-limit draw at 28:50 (8/9/86; Boston Garden)
- Big & Super Machine defeated King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 9:07 when Heenan interfered, breaking up Big Machine's cover on Studd, and hit him with a pair of brass knuckles (9/6/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine defeated Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey at 12:36 when Beefcake pinned Spivey after reversing a roll up (11/9/85; Boston Garden)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) via disqualification at 6:26 when Johnny V tripped Haynes (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- The Islanders defeated Jimmy Jack Funk & Mr. X when Tama pinned X at 11:14 with a splash off the top (10/4/86; Boston Garden)
- Roddy Piper pinned AJ Petruzzi at 2:25 with a double axe handle and placing one foot on his opponent's chest during the cover; Piper wrestled the bout with one arm tied behind his back until the ending (8/5/86; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Roddy Piper pinned Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) with a roll up at 7:23 after Muraco accidentally gave a running kneelift to Fuji on the ring apron (11/1/86; Boston Garden)

WrestleMania III #035

History of the Intercontinental Title (1987) #036
- 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; Pontiac Silverdome)
- WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson defeated Dominic DeNucci by turning a monkey flip attempt into a roll up (12/17/79; Madison Square Garden)
- Ken Patera (w/ the Grand Wizard) defeated WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson to win the title even though Patterson's foot was on the bottom rope during the pin (4/21/80; Madison Square Garden)
- Pedro Morales fought WWF IC Champion Ken Patera to a double disqualification after attacking the referee and using illegal holds (10/20/80; Madison Square Garden)
- Don Muraco pinned WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales to win the title at around the 15-minute mark after hitting him with a foreign object as the referee was knocked out (6/20/81; Madison Square Garden)
- Pedro Morales defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco when the match was stopped due to excessive bleeding (10/19/81; Madison Square Garden)
- Pedro Morales defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco in a Texas Death match to win the title after hitting Muraco with a foreign object (11/23/81; Madison Square Garden)
- 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)
- Tito Santana pinned WWF IC Champion Don Muraco to win the title by catching Muraco with a sunset flip as the champion attempted a tackle; only a portion of the bout is shown as footage of the finish has been lost / destroyed (2/11/84; Boston Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Tito Santana pinned Greg Valentine with a crossbody (8/25/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) pinned WWF IC Champion Tito Santana to win the title following a knee to the back after Santana thought he had won (9/24/84; London, Ontario)
- Tito Santana fought WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine to a draw when the match was stopped due to the curfew (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)
- 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)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF IC Champion Tito Santana via count-out at 13:01 after throwing Santana into the front row after Santana was distracted helping Elizabeth back to her feet when she fell down as Savage pulled her in front of him (1/11/86; Boston Garden)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned WWF IC Champion Tito Santana to win the title at 10:29 after Savage hit Santana in the head with a foreign object while in the middle of a back suplex (2/8/86; Boston Garden)

The Hart Foundation (1987) #037
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid to win the titles at 2:57 following a double DDT and the Hart Attack on Davey Boy Smith; Smith wrestled the entire match by himself after Dynamite was knocked out before the bout began by Jimmy Hart's megaphone; Danny Davis was the referee for the bout and spent the duration of the match checking on the Dynamite Kid as the challengers illegally double teamed Smith (1/26/87; Tampa, FL)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart when Jacques, the illegal man, pinned Neidhart with a sunset flip into the ring at 14:52 (the Rougeaus' MSG debut) (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Bret Hart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 15:08 when the momentum of a crossbody by Hart put Steamboat on top; during the bout, Jimmy Hart briefly joined the commentary team at ringside (3/8/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith, the Junkyard Dog, & Tito Santana defeated the Honkytonk Man, Bret Hart, & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at around the 13 minute mark when Smith pinned Bret after all three heels were rammed together (1/6/87; Hershey, PA)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Danny Davis & Jimmy Hart) defeated Jerry Allen & Jim Powers in a non-title match at 1:48 when Bret pinned Allen following the Hart Attack (2/16/87; New Haven, CT)
- Danny Davis, WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tito Santana, Davey Boy Smith, & the Dynamite Kid at 8:50 when Davis pinned Smith after hitting him with Jimmy Hart's megaphone, moments after Davis sustained a tombstone and the running powerslam from Smith; prior to the bout beginning, Jesse Ventura was introduced to the crowd by Howard Finkel before shaking hands with the heel team and taking Matilda the bulldog backstage; Mary Hart and Bob Ueker did guest commentary for the match (Davis' in-ring debut) (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac Silverdome)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart at 13:44 when Smith rolled up Neidhart from behind; both were the illegal men in the ring but the dazed referee failed to notice; after the bout, Hart continued to attack Dynamite and hit a piledriver before Smith cleared the ring (11/1/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 13:52 when Bret reversed a slam by Brunzell into a small package after Davis attacked Brunzell from behind; during the match, Jimmy Hart briefly joined the commentary team at ringside (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)

Best of the WWF Vol. 11 (1987) #038
- Roddy Piper, the Junkyard Dog, & Ricky Steamboat defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage, Adrian Adonis, & King Harley Race in an elimination match at 20:22 when Piper pinned Savage with an inside cradle after Savage missed his flying elbowdrop; Adonis and JYD fought to a double count-out at 7:50; Race pinned Steamboat at 11:42 after Savage interfered behind the referee's back and reversed Steamboat's inside cradle; Piper pinned Race at 15:43 after Savage accidentally hit his partner with a double axe handle; prior to the bout, Jimmy Hart, Miss Elizabeth, and Bobby Heenan left ringside (Piper's last appearance at MSG for 2 1/2 years) (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake at 18:36 when Martel pinned Valentine with a springboard splash into the ring, while Valentine had Zenk in the figure-4 (Martel's return to MSG after a 5-year absence; Zenk's MSG debut) (1/19/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Kamala pinned George Steele with a splash off the top rope (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification when Mr. Fuji attacked Jim with his cane (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Roddy Piper defeated Paul Orndorff & King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) when Piper pinned Race after Orndorff accidentally clotheslined his partner (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 6:11 when Fuji interfered and hit Jim with the cane as Muraco was caught in the bearhug; after the bout, Hillbilly was assaulted by both men (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Mr. Fuji in a tuxedo match at 4:02 (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)

Even More Unusual Matches (1987) #039
- Bruno Sammartino defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage via disqualification in a lumberjack match at 4:14 when King Kong Bundy interfered and attacked the challenger as Sammartino had Savage caught in the bearhug; after the bout, Sammartino and Ricky Steamboat were the sole survivors of a brawl involving all of the lumberjacks; lumberjacks included: Ricky Steamboat, Frenchy Martin, Dino Bravo, SD Jones, Koko B. Ware, Haku, King Kong Bundy, Sika, and several others (2/7/87; Boston Garden)
- The Islanders won a $50,000 tag team battle royal by last eliminating King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd at 10:20; other teams included the Moondogs, SD Jones (sub. for Danny Spivey) & Mike Rotundo, Chief Jay Strongbow & Steve Gatorwolf, WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid, Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart, B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell, the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff, Big & Super Machine, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau, and Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake; order of elimination: the Moondogs were eliminated, SD Jones eliminated by ?, Strongbow eliminated by several wrestlers, Sheik eliminated by a Machine, Hart and Dynamite eliminated each other, Brunzell eliminated by Beefcake, Jacques Rougeau eliminated by Studd via backdrop, Beefcake eliminated by a Machine via backdrop, a Machine eliminated by Bundy via clothesline to the back of the head as the Machine attempted to eliminate Big John Studd, Studd eliminted after Bundy accidentally clotheslined his own partner out of the ring (10/19/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a Texas Death Match at 9:56 after hitting him with the title belt after Race accidentally delivered a diving headubtt onto the belt (6/14/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a Texas Death Match at 9:46 after hitting him with the title belt after Race accidentally delivered a diving headubtt onto the belt (6/6/87; Boston Garden)
- Hercules pinned Billy Jack Haynes in a chain match at 8:45 by tying Haynes' legs with the chain and putting his own feet on the ropes for leverage (6/1/87; Kitchener, Ontario)
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Lelani Kai & Judy Martin defeated Penny Mitchell & Candice Pardue at around 9:25 following a powerbomb by Martin behind the referee's back (11/1/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Billy Jack Haynes defeated Danny Davis & WWF Tag Team Champions the Hart Foundation (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a handicap match at around 9:15 when Hogan pinned Jim Neidhart with the legdrop (4/23/87; Worcester, MA)
- Blackjack Mulligan won a bunkhouse battle royal by last eliminating King Kong Bundy; other participants included Mike Rotundo, Don Muraco, Lanny Poffo, Dick Slater, Sika, Hillbilly Jim, Dan Spivey, Jim Neidhart, Mr. Fuji, Brutus Beefcake, Greg Valentine, the Islanders, Cpl. Kirschner, Pete Doherty, Scotty McGee, Jimmy Jack Funk, and Bob Orton Jr.; order of elimination: Neidhart by Rotundo, Fuji by Kirchner, Spivey by Muraco, McGhee by Valentine, Beefcake by Rotundo, Jimmy Jack Funk by Mulligan, Orton by unknown via atomic drop, Slater by Bundy, Hillbilly Jim by Bundy, Sika by Mulligan via punch, Valentine by Rotundo via punch, Rotundo by Muraco, Haku by Bundy, Tama by Bundy, Muraco by Kirchner, Kirchner by Doherty, Doherty by Bundy after double crossing him and knocking him off the turnbuckle, Bundy by Mulligan via a blow with his boot after Bundy was distracted after Doherty came back into the ring and hit Bundy with a chair (1/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Koko Kid & Little Louie defeated Billy the Kid & Little John in a midgets tag team match when Koko got the pinfall with a leg roll up (2/2/76; Madison Square Garden)

Jake "The Snake" Roberts #040
- Jake Roberts pinned Scott McGhee with the DDT at 4:07 after Roberts held onto the ropes to avoid a roll up (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts fought Ricky Steamboat to a no contest when Roberts attacked Steamboat before the bell and executed the DDT on the concrete floor; after the bout, Steamboat was taken from ringside on a stretcher while his wife looked on from ringside (Saturday Night's Main Event - 5/1/86; Providence, RI)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Jake Roberts at 17:21 with a roll up as Roberts attempted to revive the referee; after the bout, Roberts attacked Steamboat, hit the DDT, and draped Damien on his opponent until Ted Arcidi and Dick Slater made the save (8/9/86; Boston Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated Jake Roberts via count-out at 9:14 when Roberts untied the snake bag and took Damien out during a ringside brawl, allowing JYD to reenter the ring prior to the referee's 10-count (12/9/86; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Jake Roberts defeated King Kong Bundy via count-out at 9:17 when Bundy pushed Roberts back inside the ring following a ringside brawl; after the bout, Bundy missed the Avalanche in the corner with Roberts then chasing Bundy, Heenan, and Jimmy Hart - who did guest commentary for the bout - backstage with Damien (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification at 6:14 after Roberts kneed the referee when the ref attempted to prevent Roberts from grabbing the bag that contained Damien; after the bout, Heenan - who had been chased from ringside earlier - returned to help Bundy out of the ring after recieving the DDT (Saturday Night's Main Event - 2/21/87; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jake Roberts (w/ Alice Cooper) at 7:04 with a roll up and holding onto the ropes for leverage after Hart prevented Roberts' attempt at the DDT by grabbing his leg; after the match, Honky briefly left ringside after Roberts almost smashed the guitar over his head, breaking it against the ringpost; moments later, Roberts grabbed Hart, allowing Alice to torture Hart with Damien the snake until Hart ran backstage with Honky (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac Silverdome)
- Kamala (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) pinned Jake Roberts at 4:18 with a splash after Kimchee interfered as the referee was distracted by Fuji and hit a clothesline to the back of the head of Roberts; after the match, Kimchee climbed back in the ring and took off his costume to reveal himself as the Honkytonk Man, who then dropped several elbows on Roberts before dropping him with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll; Honky then took the mic and thanked the fans for their support before leaving ringside (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/28/87; South Bend, IN; Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center)

Best of the WWF Vol. 12 (8/15/87) #041
- Kamala (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) pinned Ricky Steamboat at 6:01 with a splash after throwing Steamboat off the top, moments after Steamboat kicked away an interfering Kimchee (6/20/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Kamala (w/ the Wizard & Kimchee) pinned Tito Santana with a splash at 6:43 after the Wizard tripped Santana as he ran the ropes; after the bout, Santana dropkicked Kamala to the floor (11/20/86; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Big, Super, & Piper Machine defeated King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, & Bobby Heenan at 10:15 when Piper pinned Studd after a bodyslam and an accidental elbow drop from Bundy, who attempted to break up the cover (10/4/86; Boston Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Johnny V via submission with the sleeper at 3:20; after the bout, Beefcake cut some of Valiantís hair and then was forced to wake up his opponent, otherwise the decision would be reversed (5/2/87; Boston Garden)
- Gorilla Monsoon & US Champion Pedro Morales defeated WWWF International Tag Team Champions the Mongols in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1 - Gito pinned Monsoon following two boots off the top to the back; fall #2 - the champions were disqualified for illegal double teaming of Monsoon; fall #3 - Morales pinned Gito following two dropkicks and a splash (12/16/70; Philadelphia Arena)
- Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated George Steele via disqualification at 6:00 when Steele swung a steel chair at the referee; before the bout Heenan tore up a poster of Miss Elizabeth, distracting George during the match as he attempted to put the remains back together; after the match Orndorff attacked Steele and was about to hit him with the chair but Steele blocked the move and chased Orndorff away with it (1/19/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Womenís Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned WWF Womenís Tag Team Champion Leilani Kai at 10:10 with a double axe handle and roll up after dropkicking the challenger into the referee (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Kamala (w/ the Wizard & Kimchee) at 7:45 with a bodyslam and legdrop (12/6/86; Boston Garden)

History of the WWF Heavyweight Title (10/28/87) #042<
- US Champion Pedro Morales pinned WWWF World Champion Ivan Koloff to win the title at 23:18 kicking off the top turnbuckle as Koloff had him in a waist lock, with both men falling backwards and having their shoulders down, but Morales lifting his at the count of 2 (2/8/71; Madison Square Garden)
- WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated Stan Stasiak via judges decision after the 53-minute time limit expired (8/27/73; 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)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Ivan Koloff in a steel cage match by escaping out the door after ramming the challenger into the cage (12/15/75; Madison Square Garden)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Ivan Koloff via disqualification after the challenger hit Sammartino with a chair; Gorilla Monsoon was the special referee for the bout (11/17/75; Madison Square Garden)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Mr. Fuji (w/ the Grand Wizard) with a backdrop (1/23/74; Hamburg, PA)
- Superstar Billy Graham defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino via count-out (1/12/76; Madison Square Garden)
-  Superstar Billy Graham pinned WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) to win the title at 13:43 with a leg pick up and putting both feet on the top rope for leverage (4/30/77; Baltimore, MD; Civic Center)
- WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham pinned Gorilla Monsoon with a kneedrop off the top (5/16/77; Madison Square Garden)
-  Bob Backlund pinned WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham to win the title at 15:51 with the atomic drop, even though the champion's foot was on the bottom rope during the pinfall (2/20/78; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Greg Valentine in a steel cage match by escaping out the door after hitting a piledriver (1/16/82; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Jesse Ventura (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 9:21 with a roll up into a bridge and a fast count from guest referee Ivan Putski; after the bout, an enraged Ventura attacked Putski until Backlund and Putski together sent him out of the ring (3/14/82; Madison Square Garden)
- The Iron Sheik defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund at 11:50 to win the title when Arnold Skaaland threw in the towel as Backlund was trapped in the Camel Clutch (12/26/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion the Iron Sheik at 5:40 with the legdrop to win the title after powering out of the Camel Clutch (1/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) with a roll up after the challenger missed the flying elbowsmash (6/3/87; Rochester, NY)

The Ken Patera Story (10/28/87) #043
- Ken Patera defeated WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson to win the title at 20:48 with a knee drop off the middle turnbuckle to the champion's back; the referee, still groggy from a collision with Patterson moments prior, did not notice that the champion's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover (only the closing moments were shown) (4/21/80; Madison Square Garden)
- Ken Patera pinned Ronnie D by placing one foot on his chest at 2:05 after applying the swinging full nelson; after the bout, Patera again put his opponent in the hold (All-Star Wrestling - 4/85; Brantford, Ontario)
- Ken Patera defeated Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan & King Harley Race) via disqualification at 3:12 when Race interfered as Hercules was caught in the bearhug; after the match, Billy Jack Haynes made the save and helped in clearing the ring (Patera's return TV match after a 2-year absence) (4/24/87; New Haven, CT)
- Ken Patera defeated Jimmy Jack Funk via submission with the bearhug (WWF Superstars - 5/12/87; Anaheim, CA)
- Ken Patera defeated Frankie Lane via submission with the bearhug at 1:39; after the match, the Heenan Family - who were watching the match from the aisle - attacked Patera and began whipping him with Bobby Heenan's belt until several referees swarmed the ring (WWF Superstars - 6/2/87; Buffalo, NY)
- Ken Patera (sub. for Jake Roberts) defeated the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 9:56 when Hart interfered as Honky was caught in the bearhug; after the contest, Patera locked both Honky and Hart in the move at the same time (Patera's MSG return after a 2-year absence) (5/18/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Ken Patera defeated King Harley Race & Hercules at 11:24 when Hogan pinned Race following a double clothesline (6/20/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)

Best of the WWF Vol. 13 (10/28/87) #044
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Koko B. Ware (w/ Jake Roberts) defeated Kamala (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) & WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at around the 14:30 mark when Hogan pinned Kamala with a bodyslam and legdrop after punching Honky, which knocked him into the ropes and tied his arms in them (6/2/87; Buffalo, NY)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WWF IC Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title at 3:53 by reversing an inside cradle and grabbing onto the bottom rope for leverage (6/2/87; Buffalo, NY)
- Debbie Combs defeated WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah via count-out at 8:49 after sending the champion into the steel ring post with an atomic drop on the floor; after the bout, the challenger continued to attack the champion when Moolah reentered the ring and then posed with the title belt (5/18/87; Madison Square Garden)
- The Fabulous Moolah pinned Joyce Grable by reversing a bodyslam attempt into a cradle (12/16/74; Madison Square Garden)
- Demolition defeated the Islanders at 9:13 when Ax pinned Tama following the Decapitation behind the referee's back after Smash hit a clothesline on Tama (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- The Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Paul Roma & Jim Powers at 19:14 when Tama pinned Powers with a splash off the top after a backbreaker from Haku (6/14/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart pinned Raymond Rougeau at 8:34 with a double leg pickup and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage as Rougeau had Hart cornered (10/19/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Tito Santana via count-out at 7:27 after Savage punched Santana and slid back in the ring after putting Elizabeth in front of the challenger as both men were on the floor (12/10/86; Tucson, AZ)

Piledriver: Wrestling Music Videos #045

Most Embarrassing Moments (12/15/87) #046
- Chris Curtis pinned Mr. Washington (sub. for Ted Dibiase) with a backbreaker at 1:05; prior to the bout, Dibiase, with Virgil, cut an in-ring promo claiming he wasn't going to bother wrestling Curtis and paid another wrestler to be his replacement, then introducing Washington who he then paid $5,000; after the bout, Virgil held Washington while Dibiase took his money back, with the two then double teaming Washington before leaving the ring (8/5/87; LaCrosse, WI)
- 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)
- George Steele defeated King Harley Race via disqualification at 7:02 when Race hit Steele with a chair that Steele had thrown in the ring moments earlier; after the bout, Steele chased Race backstage, scared ring announcer Mel Phillips from the ring, and then sat in the ring wearing Race's crown (9/12/87; Boston, MA)
- The Dynamite Kid pinned Nikolai Volkoff with a missile dropkick at the 6-second mark (The Wrestling Classic - 11/7/85; Chicago, IL)

George "The Animal" Steele (12/15/87) #047
- 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)
- Gorilla Monsoon defeated George Steele via count-out when Steele left ringside after being hit by his own foriegn object (8/27/73; Madison Square Garden)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) with a double axe handle after Steele became distracted by Elizabeth; a young Dean Malenko was the referee for the bout (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/19/85; Tampa, FL)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage defeated George Steele via disqualification when the challenger threw a number of chairs into the ring, one of which hit the champion; after the match, Savage returned to the ring twice and was attacked by Steele on both ocassions until police officers and officials could break it up (9/6/86; Boston Garden)
- Demolition defeated the Junkyard Dog & George Steele via disqualification when Steele hit Smash with a steel chair after the JYD was relentlessly double teamed (8/22/87; Madison Square Garden)
- George Steele defeated Sika (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) via disqualification after Sika used a steel chair as a weapon; after the match, Steele chased his opponent backstage with the chair (9/21/87; Madison Square Garden)
- George Steele defeated King Harley Race via disqualification when Hercules interfered at 4:02; after the match, Scott Casey, Lanny Poffo, Paul Roma, and Jim Powers attempted to make the save but were beaten down by Race, Hercules, and King Kong Bundy until Bam Bam Bigelow evened the odds (9/16/87; Rockford, IL)
- WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated George Steele via disqualification at 1:54 in a non-title match when Steele hit the champion with Hart's megaphone moments after the champion used it behind the referee's back (WWF Superstars - 10/6/87; Milwaukee, WI)
- George Steele defeated Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out when Davis left ringside after sustaining nine consecutive slams (6/6/87; Boston Garden)

Best of the WWF Vol. 14 (12/15/87) #048
- Brutus Beefcake, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Greg Valentine, Dino Bravo, & Johnny V at 11:37 when Johnny submitted to Beefcake's sleeper after all three heels collided in the ring and the Rougeaus dropkicked the New Dream Team to the floor; after the bout, Beefcake cut and spraypainted Johnny's hair as the Rougeaus prevented Valentine & Bravo from getting back in the ring (6/23/87; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Ron Bass via count-out at 6:53 after shoving Bass into the steel ring post as both men were brawling on the floor; after the bout, Bass attacked Steamboat and attempted to use his whip, Miss Betsy, as a weapon but Steamboat dropkicked him to the floor (10/28/87; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Koko B. Ware at 13:15 after Hart threw a foreign object to Davis who then hit Koko in the face with it (5/18/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned the Junkyard Dog at 10:01 by using the tights for leverage when Dibiase attempted to slam JYD into the ring, with JYD falling on top but the momentum rolling Dibiase over for the win (10/7/87; Green Bay, WI; Veterans Memorial Arena)
- Andre the Giant, Tony Garea, & Dino Bravo defeated Spiros Arion & WWWF Tag Team Champions the Yukon Lumberjacks in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0, at 6:14; fall #1: Arion & the Lumberjacks were disqualified at 2:52 for illegally triple teaming Garea in their corner; fall #2: Andre pinned Pierre with a boot to the face and a splash at 3:22 (8/28/78; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Orndorff (w/ Oliver Humperdink) defeated Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 6:23 when Rick Rude interfered and prevented the pinfall after Orndorff hit the piledriver; after the bout, Rude attacked Orndorff, threw him to the floor, and posed until Orndorff scared him from the ring with Humperdink's cane; moments later, Orndorff grabbed the mic and challenged Rude to come back out to the ring (10/6/87; Milwaukee, WI; Mecca)
- Bobby Heenan pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 8:56 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and punching Bellomo in the face (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Tito Santana defeated Killer Khan via disqualification at 9:30 when Khan picked Santana up in a back suplex and then dropped him crotch-first across the top rope (6/7/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)

Survivor Series 1987 #049

Saturday Night's Main Event: The Greatest Hits (4/13/88) #050
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) with the legdrop in a flag match at 5:17 after the challenger hit the turnbuckle; after Volkoff's entrance, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview behind the curtain with Hogan; Hogan used "The Star Spangled Banner" as his entrance music for the bout; after the contest, Hogan ripped Volkoff's Soviet Union flag and waved the American flag (10/3/85; Meadowlands)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & the Junkyard Dog (w/ Haiti Kid) defeated Terry & Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) when Hogan pinned Terry with the legdrop (5/3/86; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) defeated George Steele via count-out at around the 4:30 mark after hitting Steele on the floor with the lifeguard chair Elizabeth sat in for the duration of the contest; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would walk away with Elizabeth as their manager; prior to the contest, Savage attempted to lead Elizabeth from her chair to the backstage area but was cut off by Ricky Steamboat, who blocked Savage's way; after the contest, Steele hugged a poster of Elizabeth in the ring (2/21/87; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:42 by exiting over the top after hitting the legdrop on the challenger and sending an interfering Heenan into the cage; both men simultaneously left the cage from opposite sides of the ring earlier in the bout, with referee Joey Marella naming Hogan the winner and referee Danny Davis naming Orndorff the winner; moments later, Orndorff attacked Hogan from behind, with Davis being knocked out and helped backstage; moments later, Marella ruled the decision a tie and ordered the bout to continue (12/14/87; Hartford, CT; Civic Center)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Oliver Humperdink) (sub. for Jim Duggan) pinned Hercules at around the 7-minute mark with a gorilla press slam and slingshot splash into the ring; the match originally went to a double count-out at 3:07 but Bigelow grabbed the mic and challenged Hercules to continue the match until there was a winner, with Hercules agreeing (11/11/87; Seattle, WA; Coliseum)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man via disqualification at around the 13-minute mark when WWF Tag Team Champion Bret Hart broke the cover after Savage hit the flying elbowsmash on the champion; Jimmy Hart was in Honky's corner early in the match but was helped backstage by Honky, Hart, and WWF Tag Team Champion Jim Neidhart after Savage knocked Jimmy to the floor; after taking him backstage, the tag team champions remained in Honky's corner; after the contest, Savage was triple teamed before Bret & Neidhart held Savage so Honky could hit him over the head with the guitar, with Elizabeth then standing in Honky's way before he pushed her to the mat; moments later, Elizabeth returned backstage with Honky then breaking the guitar over Savage's head; as the triple team continued, Elizabeth returned with WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, with Hogan and Savage clearing the ring before facing off; moments later, Savage extended his hand to Hogan with Hogan shaking it; Hogan, Savage, and Elizabeth then celebrated in the ring (9/23/87; Hershey, PA)

Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake (4/13/88) #051
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Brutus Beefcake at 12:35 with a roll up after Beefcake accidentally hit Johnny V with the running kneelift as V was on the ring apron; moments prior to the finish, Beefcake kicked out of the legdrop as Johnny climbed up on the apron to distract the champion (8/17/85; Landover, MD; Capital Centre)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Johnny V via submission with the sleeper at 3:24; after the bout, Beefcake spraypainted and cut some of Valiantís hair (5/2/87; Boston Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake fought Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double disqualification at 6:09 after referee Dave Hebner was knocked out as both men were fighting; after Hebner was knocked out but before the match was stopped, Valentine applied the figure-4 for several moments until Beefcake grabbed his cutting shears to clear Valentine and Hart from the ring; moments later, Beefcake was helped from the ring by several referees (11/17/87; Des Moines, IA)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification in a non-title match at 2:04 when Hart climbed in the ring with the megaphone as Beefcake had the sleeper applied; after the match, Beefcake applied the sleeper on Hart and began cutting his hair until Danny Davis attacked Beefcake from behind and helped Hart from the ring; moments later, Beefcake scared the champion from the ring (10/7/87; Green Bay, WI)
- Brutus Beefcake pinned Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 3:53 after throwing an interfering Hart off the top onto Davis; after the bout, Beefcake put Hart in the sleeper and was about to cut his hair until Davis pulled his manager out of the ring (10/28/87; Rochester, NY)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned Brutus Beefcake at 14:04 with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after Virgil tripped Beefcake from the floor; prior to the bout, Dibiase tried to pay off Beefcake with $500, with Beefcake attacking Dibiase instead of taking the money; Beefcake then gave out the money to the crowd; after the bout Beefcake attacked Dibiase after Dibiase had accidentally knocked Virgil off the apron and then got the scissors out but Dibiase escaped before Beefcake could cut his hair (9/12/87; Boston Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) via disqualification at 3:50 when Greg Valentine interfered as Bravo was caught in the sleeper; after the bout, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau made the save for Beefcake and cleared the ring after he was locked in Valentine's figure-4 (5/13/87; San Diego, CA)
- Brutus Beefcake, Jacques, & Raymond Rougeau defeated Johnny K-9, Jimmy Jack Funk, & Iron Mike Sharpe at 3:03 when Raymond pinned K-9 following the top rope double team move from the Rougeaus; after the bout, the Rougeaus & Beefcake fought off Sharpe, with the Rougeaus holding him up and allowing Beefcake to cut some of his hair (6/2/87; Buffalo, NY)

Best of the WWF Vol. 15 (4/13/88) #052
- Tito Santana (w/ Rick Martel) fought Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan & Tama) to a double disqualification at 6:42 when Tama and Martel both interfered on behalf of their partners; after the bout, Santana & Martel cleared the ring of the opposition (10/6/87; Milwaukee, WI)
- Tito Santana & Rick Martel defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) to win the titles at 9:08 when Neidhart submitted to Martel's Boston Crab after sustaining a double bodyslam (10/27/87; Syracuse, NY)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 3:56 with a splash after Bundy missed a splash of his own (11/17/87; Des Moines, IA)
- The Jumping Bomb Angels defeated WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Lelani Kai & Judy Martin (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match at 13:56 to win the titles; fall #1: Lelani Kai scored the first fall at 6:11 with a move that started out as a powerbomb but turned into an over-the-head slam; fall #2: the Jumping Bomb Angels won the second fall at 8:05 by reversing a powerbomb into a sunset flip; fall #3: the challengers won the third fall following a double dropkick off the top rope onto Martin; a replay of the third fall showed Martin's shoulder was up at 2 but Vince McMahon claimed her shoulderblade was still down (Royal Rumble 88 - 1/24/88; Hamilton, Ontario)
- The Wild Samoans defeated Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee at 21:58 when Afa pinned Lee following a double headbutt after Fuji refused to tag into the match; after the bout, Fuji returned to the ring and attacked his fallen partner until Lee cleared the ring with a kendo stick (7/7/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Sherri Martel pinned WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah to win the title at 7:56 by blocking an attempted slam into the ring and reversing it into a cradle; after the match, Moolah knocked down referee Joey Marella for counting the pin before Sherri hit her in the back with the title belt - sending Moolah to the floor (7/24/87; Houston, TX)
- WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Ted Adams with a German suplex into a bridge (2/20/78; Madison Square Garden)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated George Steele (sub. for Ken Patera) & Billy Jack Haynes (w/ an injured Ken Patera wearing a cast on his arm) at 9:31 when Smash pinned Haynes after Ax hit him in the back of the neck with Mr. Fuji's cane as Smash was caught in the full nelson; after the bout, Patera and Steele cleared the ring (8/25/87; San Francisco, CA)

WrestleMania IV (5/11/88) #053

The Women of the WWF (7/27/88) #054
- 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)
- Debbie Combs defeated WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah via count-out at 8:49 after sending the champion into the steel ring post with an atomic drop on the floor; after the bout, the challenger continued to attack the champion when Moolah reentered the ring (5/18/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Judy Martin & Lelani Kai (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Jumping Bomb Angels at 13:59 when Kai scored the pin following a powerbomb from Martin; after the bout, the challengers cleared the Glamour Girls and Hart from the ring (11/24/87; Madison Square Garden)
- The Jumping Bomb Angels defeated WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Lelani Kai & Judy Martin (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match at 13:56 to win the titles; fall #1: Lelani Kai scored the first fall at 6:11 with a move that started out as a powerbomb but turned into an over-the-head slam; fall #2: the Jumping Bomb Angels won the second fall at 8:05 by reversing a powerbomb into a sunset flip; fall #3: the challengers won the third fall following a double dropkick off the top rope onto Martin; a replay of the third fall showed Martin's shoulder was up at 2 but Vince McMahon claimed her shoulderblade was still down (Royal Rumble 88 - 1/24/88; Hamilton, Ontario)
- Sherri Martel pinned WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah to win the title at 7:56 by blocking an attempted slam into the ring and reversing it into a cradle; after the match, Moolah knocked down referee Joey Marella for counting the pin before Sherri hit her in the back with the title belt - sending Moolah to the floor (7/24/87; Houston, TX)
- WWF Women's Champion Sherri Martel pinned the Fabulous Moolah at 6:47 after shoving the challenger out of the corner (8/28/87; Houston, TX)
- WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri pinned Desiree Peterson at 7:29 by reversing Petersonís Irish whip and throwing her down by the hair (4/25/88; Madison Square Garden)

Hulkamania 3 (7/27/88) #055
- 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; Pontiac Silverdome)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at around 13:30 when Heenan held the champion's leg, preventing him from reentering the ring; earlier in the bout, Andre the Giant - who was in the challenger's corner - was sent backstage after tripping Hogan; after the match, Hogan attacked Heenan - injuring his neck and forcing him to wear a neckbrace for several weeks thereafter (Saturday Night's Main Event - 11/11/87; Seattle, WA)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Oliver Humperdink) defeated Ted Dibiase & Virgil (w/ Andre the Giant) when Bigelow pinned Virgil with a splash at 9:26 after Hogan hit the legdrop; after the bout, Hogan and Bigelow cleared the ring before the champion taunted Andre with the world title belt; Andre had to be held back by Dibiase and Virgil during the confrontation (1/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant (w/ Ted Dibaise & Virgil) pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at 9:05 to win the title even though Hogan's shoulder came up before the three count; Ted Dibiase paid off Earl Hebner to fill in for his twin brother Dave as the referee for the match; moments later, Gene Okerlund interviewed Andre from the ring apron in which Andre surrendered the title over to Dibiase; after the bout, Dibiase put the championship belt on as Dave Hebner ran into the ring and argued with the other referee, who looked exactly like him; the other referee then knocked Dave to the floor, with Hogan then tossing the other over the top rope and onto Dibiase and Virgil; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Earl Hebner's surprise debut) (The Main Event - 2/5/88; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- WWF World Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Hulk Hogan fought Andre the Giant (w/ Ted Dibiase & Virgil) to a double disqualification at 5:23 when both men used a chair; following the bout, Hogan suplexed Virgil on the arena floor - taking him out of the rest of the show (WrestleMania IV - 3/27/88; Atlantic City, NJ; Trump Plaza)
- WWF World Championship Tournament Finals: Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Ted Dibiase (w/ Andre the Giant) with the flying elbowsmash to win the title at 9:17 after Hulk Hogan interfered and hit Dibiase in the back with a chair as Savage was caught in the Million $ Dream; late in the bout, after interference from Andre, Elizabeth left ringside and later returned with Hogan; Bob Uecker was the guest ring announcer for the match, Vanna White was the guest timekeeper, and Robin Leach was the presenter for the world championship belt (WrestleMania IV - 3/27/88; Atlantic City, NJ; Trump Plaza)

Best of the WWF Vol. 16 "Around the World" (7/27/88) #056
- Giant Machine (w/ K.Y. Wakamatsu) defeated Tatsumi Fujinami via disqualification at 5:26 when Fujinami bodyslammed the referee after the referee, distracted by Andre's second, didn't notice his pin attempts; the original Japanese commentary was left intact (9/13/85; Miyazaki, Japan)
- The Jumping Bomb Angels fought Bull Nakano & Condor Saito to a double count-out at 11:14 when all four began brawling on the floor; the original Japanese commentary was left intact
- Mr. Fuji defeated ? via submission with a sleeper following a chop; the original Kuwait commentary was left intact (Kuwait City, Kuwait)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Barry O at 4:10 when Brunzell pinned Barry O with an inside cradle (10/19/85; San Juan, Puerto Rico)
- The Ultimate Warrior fought Hercules to a double count-out at 4:24 after Warrior sent Hercules into the ringpost as both men began brawling on the floor; the original Italian commentary was left intact (4/2/88; Milan, Italy)
- Andre the Giant pinned Jim Duggan following a boot to the face at 6:55 as Duggan ran into the corner; after the bout, Andre choked Duggan until Andre cornered referees Dave Hebner and Tim White, with Duggan then repeatedly hitting Andre with the 2x4 until Andre left the ring; the original Italian commentary was left intact (4/2/88; Milan, Italy)
- King Harley Race defeated the Junkyard Dog via disqualification at 10:15 when guest referee Andre the Giant kicked JYD out of the ring and awarded Race the match for JYD repeatedly using a headbutt against Andre's orders (10/23/87; Paris, France)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo when Raymond pinned Valentine with a sunset flip as Valentine attempted the figure-4 on Jacques (10/23/87; Paris, France)

Summer Slam 1988 #057

WrestleFest (1988) #058 (taped 7/30/88 at Milwaukee County Stadium)
- The Fabulous Rougeau Brothers defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at around the 14 minute mark when Jacques pinned Brunzell after Raymond punched Brunzell in the face behind the referee's back, with Jacques falling on top for the pin
- Bad News Brown pinned Bret Hart at 6:26 with a roll over and holding onto the tights for leverage; after the bout, Jim Neidhart came to the ring to argue the decision, allowing Bret to sneak up on Bad News from behind and throw him into the ring where Neidhart quickly sent him back to the floor
- Jim Duggan defeated WWF IC Champion Honky Tonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:38 when Hart tripped Duggan as the challenger prepared to hit the champion with his trademark running clothesline; after the bout, Duggan cleared the ring with his 2x4 before smashing Honky's guitar with it
- The Powers of Pain defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov at 6:47 when the Barbarian pinned Zhukov following the running powerslam / diving headbutt combo
- Jim Neidhart pinned Lanny Poffo with a powerslam at 2:34
- Jake Roberts fought Rick Rude to a double count-out at 15:44 when Rude tried to walk out of the match but was attacked in the aisle by Roberts; after the bout, Roberts threw Damien on his opponent - who then choked Rude until he could free himself and retreat bakstage
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Bobby Heenan with a sleeper in a Loser Wears a Weasel Suit match; after the bout, Warrior put the suit on the unconcsious Heenan
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid at 7:08 when Smash pinned the Dynamite Kid after Ax hit Dynamite with Mr. Fuji's cane as the challenger had the Octopus applied on Smash
- Dino Bravo pinned Ken Patera at 3:28 with the side suplex following a clothesline
- Hulk Hogan defeated Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:03 by escaping over the top after hitting Andre with a foreign object which was brought into the ring by an interfering Heenan, tying Andre's arms in the ring ropes, and throwing Heenan into the cage

Macho Madness (1988) #059
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart & Peggy Sue) via disqualification at 9:29 after the champion shoved Savage into the referee; the referee was knocked down for several moments and didn't come to his senses and ring the bell until after Savage was knocked to the floor after being hit with the title belt, as a result was unclear until the winner was announced; during the match, Jimmy Hart was suspended above the ring in a cage; after the bout, Savage attacked Honky and Hart, then stole the wig off of Peggy Sue before all three ran backstage (12/26/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) via disqualification at 11:55 when Virgil interfered and prevented the pinfall after the challenger hit an unprotected turnbuckle head-first; after the match, Savage was double teamed and thrown to the floor but later cleared the ring with his title belt (5/27/88; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Virgil (w/ Ted Dibiase) at 5:34 with the flying elbow drop after dropping Virgil throat-first over the top rope; after the bout, Savage and Dibiase had to be seperated by officials and other wrestlers (5/10/88; Duluth, MN)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) in a steel cage match at 12:20 by escaping over the cage after ramming the challenger's head into that of an interfering Virgil at the top of the cage; moments prior to the finish, a fan climbed onto the cage but was quickly pulled down (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) with a small package at 14:52; afer the bout, Dibiase and Virgil double teamed the champion, with Dibiase shoving the referee out of the way before taking possession of the title belt; moments later, Savage threw a chair into the ring, clearing Dibiase and Virgil from ringside (WrestleFest - 7/31/88; Milwaukee, WI)
- 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 (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)

Best of the WWF Vol. 17 (11/10/88) #060
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Ken Patera with the side suplex after Patera became distracted by Martin on the apron (5/27/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Big Bossman pinned Sam Houston by catching him coming off the top and hitting a powerslam (7/22/88; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov defeated the British Bulldogs when Volkoff pinned Dynamite with a clothesline (7/22/88; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Fabulous Rougeau Brothers defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty when Raymond pinned Michaels after Michaels was shoved off the top by Jacques (7/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Brutus Beefcake (w/ George Steele in drag) after hitting him with Jimmy Hart's megaphone
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Tito Santana & Rick Martel via count-out at 8:16 after Martel suffered the Decapitation on the floor (Martel's last appearance for 8 months) (6/1/88; Oakland Coliseum)
- Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Duggan in a lumberjack match at 7:56 with an elbow drop after Duggan was rammed head-first into an exposed turnbuckle; after the bout, a brawl ensued involving all the lumberjacks, with Andre dominating the babyfaces before he and the other heels left ringside once Duggan brought his 2x4 into the ring; lumberjacks for the bout included Demolition, Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart, the Dynamite Kid, Ron Bass, Bad News Brown, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau, Koko B. Ware, Lanny Poffo, and one or two others (8/6/88; Boston Garden)

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