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The Hulkster Hulk Hogan
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) at 9:45 with a roll up as Beefcake was celebrating with Johnny V, believing he had scored the pinfall when in fact Hogan's leg was outside the ring during the cover; after the bout, Hogan cleared both men from the ring after they attempted to double team him (2/16/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- 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; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed the new champion backstage in which he was congratulated by Andre the Giant, Rocky Johnson, and Ivan Putski (Hogan's return to MSG after a nearly 3-year absense) (1/24/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan fought the Iron Sheik to a double count-out at 10:47 after Hogan began attacking the challenger on the floor with Sheik's own boot, cutting him open, after Sheik did the same thing to the champion earlier in the match; after the bout, Hogan continued attacking the challenger inside the ring with the boot until he was pulled away by several wrestlers (5/5/84; Philadelphia Spectrum) - WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) in a steel cage match at 9:05 by escaping through the door moments after the challenger's head became entangled in the ring ropes (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

Hulk Hogan: Real American (1989) #WS901
- 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 ( WrestleFest ’88 - 7/30/88; Milwaukee, WI; County Stadium)
- 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 (Saturday Night's Main Event - 10/3/85; Meadowlands)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 6:16 with the legdrop; Heenan was helped backstage during the bout after Hogan had pulled him in front of him when Haku was jumping from the apron (Saturday Night’s Main Event - 10/25/88; Baltimore, MD)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil & Andre the Giant) at 9:30 with a roll-up after Dibiase collided with Virgil on the apron; the referee originally called for the bell at 6:06 after Andre tripped Hogan from the outside, with referee Dave Hebner ordering Andre backstage and fining him $2000 (11/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)

WrestleMania's Greatest Matches #WS902
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Mr. T (w/ Jimmy Snuka) defeated Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) when Hogan pinned Orndorf after Orton accidentally knocked Orndorff out with a double axe handle off the top, using his arm cast, while the referee was distracted; Pat Patterson was the guest referee, Muhammed Ali was the special ring enforcer, NY Yankees manager Billy Martin was the guest ring announcer, and Liberace was the guest time keeper; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant won a 20-man WWF/NFL battle royal by last eliminating Bret Hart at 9:03; other participants included: Ted Arcidi, Tony Atlas, B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell, Hillbilly Jim, the Iron Sheik, King Tonga, Pedro Morales, Bruno Sammartino, Danny Spivey, Big John Studd, Jimbo Covert, Bill Fralic, Russ Francis, Ernie Holmes, Harvey Martin, & William Perry; order of elimination: Covert & Tonga by Fralic (0:53); Holmes by Sammartino (1:41); Brunzell by Neidhart (2:30); Atlas by Perry (2:53); Martin & Morales eliminated each other (3:45); Arcidi by Hillbilly & Spivey (4:15); Spivey by the Sheik (4:31); Jim & Blair by the Sheik (4:40); Fralic by Sheik & Studd (5:07); Sheik by Sammartino (5:17); Sammartino by Studd (5:46); Perry by Studd via an elbow to the face and hiplock (6:24); Studd by Perry from the outside after offering to shake Studd’s hand but pulling him out instead (6:45); Francis by Hart & Neidhart (7:45); Neidhart by Andre after a boot to the face (8:52); Hart by Andre by throwing him off the top onto Neidhart on the floor; Gene Okerlund did the ring introductions for the bout; Ernie Ladd provided guest commentary, subbing for Okerlund; Dick Butkus and Ed Jones were the guest referees for the bout; Wendy's “Where’s the Beef?” personality Clare Peller was the guest timekeeper (WrestleMania II - 4/7/86; Chicago, IL; Rosemont Horizon)
- 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 took Matilda the bulldog backstage; Mary Hart from Entertainment Tonight and Bob Ueker did guest commentary for the match (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac, MI; Silverdome)
Brutus Beefcake defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart & Peggy Sue) via disqualification at around 6:50 when Hart knocked out the referee with the megaphone as the champion was locked in the sleeper; while Honky was still asleep, Beefcake cut Hart's hair; as he attempted to do the same to the champion, Peggy Sue poured water on Honky to revive him (WrestleMania IV - 3/27/88; Atlantic City, NJ; Trump Plaza)

High Flyers (1989) #WS903
- 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 (5/10/88; Duluth, MN)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Conquistadors at 10:01 when Michaels scored the pin with a flying bodypress as the Conquistador lept over Jannetty (7/9/88; Boston, MA)
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champions the Jumping Bomb Angels defeated Judy Martin & Lelani Kai (w/ Jimmy Hart) when Martin was pinned with a modified victory roll at 8:01 (3/12/88; Philadelphia, PA)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated the Shadows at around the 12-minute mark when Roma made the pin with a sunset flip off the top rope (5/9/87; Philadelphia, PA)
- The Blue Blazer & Koko B. Ware defeated Danny Davis & Jose Estrada at 9:55 when Blazer pinned Estrada with a splash off the top (1/4/89; Birmingham, AL)

WWF Strong Men (1989) #WS904
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 1:56 when Hercules attacked Warrior with his steel chain, moments after Warrior snapped it into; prior to the bout, Heenan and Hercules cut a backstage promo regarding the upcoming match; after the bout, Hercules choked Warrior with his half of the chain, shoving referees aside until several preliminary wrestlers pulled him away; moments later, after Hercules & Heenan left the ring, Warrior chased after Hercules and choked him with the chain until the two were backstage (1/27/88; Salisbury, MD)
- Dino Bravo pinned Hercules at 16:26 by sitting on Herc's chest and then holding onto the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Hercules applied the full nelson on Bravo (4/24/89; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition fought the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) to a double disqualification at 6:01 when referee Joey Marella caught Fuji in the ring trying to hit Smash with his cane, with Ax then using the cane as a weapon; after the bout, the champions cleared the challengers from the ring (1/29/89; Los Angeles, CA)
- 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)

Wrestling Superheroes #WS905 (3/21/90)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated the Powers of Pain & Mr. Fuji in a handicap match at 8:55 when Ax pinned Fuji following the Decapitation after Fuji accidentally threw salt into Warlord's face (WrestleMania V - 4/2/89; Atlantic City, NJ, Trump Plaza)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 3:14 with a flying crossbody after referee Ron Garvin punched Valentine (Saturday Night’s Main Event - 7/18/89; Worcester, MA)
- Roddy Piper defeated Rick Rude in a steel cage match at 12:55 by knocking Rude out with brass knuckles, which were thrown to Rude by Bobby Heenan, and leaving through the door; both men simultaneously hit the floor by escaping over the top at 8:09 but the match was ordered to continue (12/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 8:00 with the legdrop (Saturday Night’s Main Event - 11/15/86; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage defeated WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior via count-out at 9:34 in a non-title match when Savage came off the top with a double axe handle as the Warrior was attacking Rick Rude on the floor, who came ringside mid-way through the contest; after the match, Savage and Rude shook hands and hugged before Warrior tossed the world champion to the floor and hit the gorilla press slam on Rude (2/20/89; Madison Square Garden)

Best of Hulkamania (1990) #WS906
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri & Zeus) at 8:03 with a clothesline and the legdrop after Elizabeth slapped the challenger in the face; after the bout, Elizabeth knocked Sherri out by hitting her with her own purse; moments later, Zeus attacked Hogan, with Brutus Beefcake then coming out and helping Hogan hit a double bodyslam on Zeus (8/9/89; Fresno, CA)
- 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; Tony Schiavone & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for the match (8/4/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Hulk Hogan defeated the Big Bossman (w/ Slick) in a steel cage match at 11:14 by escaping over the top after handcuffing Bossman to the cage bars, and barely getting to the floor before Bossman escaped out the door; after the bout, Hogan hit Bossman in the head with a chair on the outside, then attacked Slick inside the cage and threw him into the bars (3/18/89; Madison Square Garden)
- 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)

The Ultimate Warrior (10/20/90) #WS907
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 10:41 after Andre shoved the referee in front of the champion; after the altercation but before the bell rang to end the match, Andre further attacked the champion and executed several headbutts to the back of the head before dropping an elbow and making the cover (10/29/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Haku at 8:02 with a flying clothesline; after the bout, WWF IC Champion Rick Rude attacked Warrior from behind and dropped him with a piledriver, with Andre the Giant appearing ringside moments later; Warrior eventually fought off Rude and press slammed him onto Andre on the floor, knocking down Andre as well (6/27/89; Niagra Falls, NY)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Bob Emery at 1:40 with a splash after a splash in the corner; Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for the match (6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Bobby Heenan with a sleeper hold in a Weasel Suit match; the Crusher was the guest ring announcer for the bout but his involvement was never shown on video; Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for the match (Wrestlefest 88 - 7/31/88; Milwaukee, WI)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via count-out at 7:40 after Warrior attacked Rude on the floor as Rude attempted to leave ringside; after the bout, Warrior attacked Heenan in the ring and hit the splash on Rude before leaving ringside with the title belt (5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI)

Tough Guys (6/13/90) #WS908
- Jim Duggan pinned Boris Zhukov (w/ Nikolai Volkoff) at 5:43 after Volkoff slid Duggan's 2x4 into the ring behind the referee's back but Duggan used it instead on Zhukov (4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY)
- Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) fought Ron Garvin to a double count-out at 6:00 when both men began fighting on the floor (5/14/90; Madison, WI)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr.Fuji) via disqualification at the 9-minute mark when Fuji hit Butch with his cane; after the bout, Luke used the cane to clear the ring of the opposition (10/8/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Hercules defeated Akeem (w/ Slick) via disqualification at 5:00 when Slick pulled down the top rope, causing Hercules to fall to the floor; after the bout, Hercules avoided Akeem's splash, hit a bodyslam, and cleared the ring with his steel chain (8/30/89; Portland, ME)
- Dino Bravo pinned Tito Santana at 11:16 with the side suplex as Santana attempted the flying forearm (12/14/89; Hamilton, Ontario)

WWF Funniest Moments (1991) #WS909
- The Big Bossman pinned Bobby Heenan in a ball & chain match at 2:40 with one boot on Heenan's throat after a double axe handle across his back; after the match, WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect made the save for Heenan by choking Bossman with his towel but Bossman quickly knocked him to the floor (1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN)
- The Honkytonk Man & Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Bushwhackers via count-out at 13:01 when Luke chased Honky backstage with a steel chair after Honky threw Butch into the ringpost, leaving only Valentine in the ring; after the match, Valentine threw Butch back inside the ring and continued to attack him but was hit by Luke weilding a chair as he attempted to put Butch in the figure-4; the Bushwhackers then knocked Valentine to the floor with the battering ram (4/30/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Buddy Rose pinned Mario Mancini with a backbreaker at 6:11; prior to the match, Rose took issue with being announced at 317lbs., then took out a weight scale, stood on it, and claimed he was only 217lbs. but Howard Finkel announced it read 317 (11/19/90; Rochester, NY)

Greatest Hits (4/25/91) #WS910
- Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned WWF IC Champion Kerry Von Erich with the Perfex Plex to win the title at 6:37 after Ted Dibiase, who had paid off Howard Finkel to be the guest ring announcer for the bout, hit the champion with the title belt moments after Perfect sustained the Tornado Punch; earlier in the bout, Dibiase threw Von Erich face-first into the ringpost (11/19/90; Rochester, NY)
- Rick Martel pinned Marty Jannetty at 10:49 after Jannetty hit his head on the mat while attempting a slingshot into the ring (10/29/90; Indianapolis, IN)
- Hulk Hogan & Tugboat defeated Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at around the 7:20 mark when Honky hit Tugboat with a guitar, knocking Tugboat to the floor; late in the bout, Hart went backstage and returned with Earthquake and Dino Bravo, who were held back by officials and quickly sent backstage; after the contest, Hogan attempted to make the save for Tugboat but was ganged up on by Honky, Valentine, Earthquake, and Bravo, with Earthquake hitting a splash and then a second splash, with added momentum from the other men in the ring; moments later, Hart's men held Hogan down by a limb as Earthquake attempted the sit-down splash but Tugboat hit Quake in the back with one of the guitars, with Tugboat then clearing the ring and tending to Hogan (Saturday Night's Main Event - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH)
- The Big Bossman pinned the Barbarian with a sunset flip at 11:16; after the bout, the Bossman was double teamed by Haku and the Barbarian (1/25/91; Hamilton, Ontario)
- WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) via disqualification when Virgil prevented the pinfall after Warrior hit a shoulderblock; after the bout, Randy Savage blindsided the champion in the ring and attacked him with his sceptor before dropping the flying elbowsmash (The Main Event IV - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN)

WWF Champion Hulk Hogan's Greatest Matches #WS911
- 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)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Sgt. Slaughter in a Desert Storm match when Gen. Adnan threw in the towel as Hogan had Slaughter in the Camel Clutch after throwing a fire ball in his face (6/3/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) with a clothesline and the legdrop at 12:01 as Elizabeth held Sherri back from interfering (10/13/89; Paris, France)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) to win the title at 20:23 with the legdrop after a boot to the face; in the final moments of the match, Slaughter laid the Iraqi flag across the challenger, went to cover him, and Hogan kicked out and Hulked up, which then led to the finish; Regis Philbin did guest commentary for the match; Alex Trebeck was the guest ring announcer and introduced both participants; Marla Maples was the guest time keeper for the bout (WrestleMania VII - 3/24/91; Los Angeles, CA)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) to win the title at 13:11 with a roll up after Bearer accidentally hit Taker in the head with the urn and Hogan threw ashes from the urn into the champion's face; WWF President Jack Tunney was at ringside to see that the match was fair but was knocked out during a confrontation between Hogan and Ric Flair on the floor (Tuesday in Texas - 12/3/91; San Antonio, TX)

WrestleMania: The Greatest Moments #WS912

Wrestling Superheroes #WS913

Summer Slam's Greatest Hits #WS914
- 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)
- Bret Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ the Coach) at 18:02 via submission with the Sharpshooter to win the title; during the bout, Stu, Helen, and Bruce Hart were seen in the audience; after the contest, Bret hugged his parents at ringside (Summer Slam 91 - 8/26/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Legion of Doom defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 7:44 to win the titles in a No DQ, No Count-Out match when Road Warrior Animal pinned Jerry Saggs following the Doomsday Device after both champions were hit with Hart's motorcycle helmet (Summer Slam 91 - 8/26/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Big Bossman pinned the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 8:38 in a Jailhouse Match after the Bossman reversed a piledriver attempt into a throw-down slam; late in the match, the Mountie kicked out of the Bossman's sidewalk slam; pre-match stipulations stated the loser would spend the night in jail; after the bout, the Mountie was handcuffed at ringside by police officers and taken into a NYPD vehicle backstage (Summer Slam 91 - 8/26/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ the Big Bossman) defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart & Dino Bravo) via count-out at 13:16 after Hogan slammed his opponent onto the time keeper's table; after the bout, Earthquake attacked Hogan from behind and choked him until the Big Bossman slammed a chair across Earthquake's back three times, leaving visible welts across Quake's back; Earthquake, Bravo, and Hart then left ringside after Bossman pulled out his nightstick (Summer Slam 90 - 8/27/90; Philadelphia Spectrum)

WWF Wrestling's Greatest Steel Cage Matches Ever! #WS915
- 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 (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/14/86; Hartford, CT)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth), and WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man, Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a steel cage match at 8:20; Santana escaped through the door at 2:38; Neidhart escaped through the door at 2:47; Martel escaped over the top at 4:57; Bret escaped through the door at 6:34; Savage escaped over the top after knocking Honky from the top rope, where both men were fighting, down to the top rope where he landed with the rope between his legs (3/5/88; Boston Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated the Big Bossman (w/ Slick) in a steel cage match at 10:01 by stealing Bossman's handcuffs from an interfering Slick and handcuffing Bossman to the top rope, with the champion then escaping over the top just seconds before Slick was able to uncuff Bossman so he could escape out the door; prior to the bout, Slick introduced Zeus who then came ringside and awaited Hogan's entrance; moments later, as Hogan approached the cage, he was beaten down by Zeus before Zeus then left ringside; after the bout, Hogan rammed Bossman into the cage on the floor and did the same to Slick inside the ring before Bossman pulled his manager to safety; Hogan then posed in the ring while wearing Slick's hat (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/25/89; Des Moines, IA)
- 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)

Greatest Champions #WS916
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) fought Andre the Giant to a double count-out at 9:57 when Savage attacked Andre on the floor after Andre grabbed Elizabeth by her ankle; after the bout, Savage carried Elizabeth backstage as Andre posed with the title belt (9/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Hercules & Paul Roma when Bret pinned Roma with an inside cradle after both Hercules and Neidhart reversed it behind the referee's back (12/13/90; London, Ontario)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ the Coach) defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at 9:31 when Bret Hart interfered and attacked the champion moments after Coach interfered while the referee was knocked out; Hart came ringside mid-way through the bout after Coach began stomping the challenger on the floor; after the bout, Hart sent the champion to the floor (6/18/91; Fresno, CA)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Sgt. Slaughter in a Desert Storm match when Gen. Adnan threw in the towel as Hogan had Slaughter in the Camel Clutch after throwing a fire ball in his face (6/3/91; Madison Square Garden)

WrestleMania's Greatest Matches Vol. 2 (11/5/92)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion Randy Savage to win the title at 17:54 with the legdrop; Miss Elizabeth was in a neutral corner for the match until she was eventually sent backstage late in the contest; Savage hit the flying elbowsmash during the closing moments but Hogan kicked out at 2; Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for the match (WrestleMania V - 4/2/89; Atlantic City, NJ)
- Brutus Beefcake pinned Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) at 7:47 after a catapult into the ringpost; during the bout, Mary Tyler Moore was shown in attendance; Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for the match (Perfect's first national TV pinfall loss) (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Toronto Skydome)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart to win the titles at 12:10 when Knobs pinned Neidhart after Sags hit Neidhart with Jimmy Hart's motorcyle helmet behind the referee's back, moments after the champions executed the Hart Attack (WrestleMania VII - 3/24/91; Los Angeles, CA)
- Randy Savage pinned WWF World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) to win the title at 18:01 with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after blocking a punch and hitting the champion; late in the bout, Miss Elizabeth came ringside to support Savage, despite a number of officials - including Shane McMahon - asking her to return backstage; after the bout, a furious Flair kissed Elizabeth before he was slapped by her and attacked by Savage until officials could pull the injured Savage away (WrestleMania VIII - 4/5/92; Indianapolis, IN)

The Ultimate Warrior (11/5/92)
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title at 22:50 with a splash after Hogan missed the legdrop; after the match, Hogan presented Warrior with the world title belt; both championships were on the line in the contest; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year; Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for the match (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Toronto Skydome)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Papa Shango at 5:29 with a flying shoulderblock and splash (5/19/92; Lexington, KY)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Skinner with a flying shoulder block and splash at 1:38; after the bout, Warrior threw Skinner to the floor (Warrior's first televised match after an 8-month absence) (4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Brian Knobbs (w/ Jimmy Hart & Jerry Saggs) with the flying shoulderblock and splash at 3:54; during the match, Papa Shango appeared at ringside and took a piece of Warrior's outfit that the Nasty Boys had removed, then returned backstage (4/29/92; Syracuse, NY)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) & the Ultimate Warrior defeated Papa Shango & the Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 7:49 when Warrior pinned Berzerker with the flying shoulderblock / splash combo (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario)

The Immortal Hulk Hogan (11/5/92) #WS918
- Hulk Hogan pinned Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) at 8:03 with a boot to the face and the legdrop after kicking out of the Perfect Plex; after the match, the Genius attempted to attack Hogan from behind, with Hogan bodyslamming him to the floor (Perfect's last appearance with the Genius) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/23/90; Austin, TX)
- Hulk Hogan & WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper defeated WWF World Champion Ric Flair & Sid Justice (w/ Harvey Wippleman) at 12:50 when Hogan pinned Flair with a clothesline (3/9/92; Mobile, AL)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Ted Dibiase (w/ Zeus) with a small package at around the 8-minute mark after Dibiase accidentally hit Zeus with a clothesline when Hogan moved out of the way; early in the match, Jake Roberts appeared ringside to distract Dibiase but left after Virgil appeared and stole Roberts' snake bag, with Roberts chasing Virgil backstage; after the contest, Zeus wrenched Hogan's neck, with Dibiase then throwing the referee to the floor and applying the Million $ Dream until Roberts returned and slid Damien into the ring, clearing Dibiase and Zeus to the floor (Saturday Night's Main Event - 9/21/89; Cincinnati, OH)
- Hulk Hogan pinned Typhoon (w/ Jimmy Hart) with the boot to the face and legdrop at 5:50 (12/2/91; Corpus Christi, TX)

WWF Wrestling's Fan Favorite Matches (11/5/92) #WS919
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a bodyslam and splash at 5:36; late in the contest, Warrior kicked out of the sit-down splash (2/19/91; Ft. Myers, FL)
- Randy Savage pinned the Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 4:04 with the flying elbowsmash after Fuji accidentally threw powder in Berzerker's face, with Savage then coming off the top and hitting Berzerker with Fuji's cane (2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) & the Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated the Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) & the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 13:31 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Beau following the Doomsday Device (5/19/92; Lexington, KY)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Skinner via submission with the Sharpshooter (Tuesday in Texas - 12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- The Natural Disasters defeated the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 6:30 when Earthquake pinned Jerry Saggs with an elbowdrop after blocking a sunset flip with a sit-down splash (3/10/92; Biloxi, MS)

WWF Wrestling's Hottest Matches (11/5/92)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ the Coach) defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at 9:31 when Bret Hart interfered and attacked the champion moments after Coach interfered while the referee was knocked out; Hart came ringside mid-way through the bout after Coach began stomping the challenger on the floor; after the bout, Hart sent the champion to the floor (6/18/91; Fresno, CA)
- Bret Hart vs. IRS
- Randy Savage vs. IRS
- Roddy Piper & the Bushwhackers vs. the Mountie & the Nasty Boys

WWF Wrestling World Tour (11/5/92) #WS920
- Ric Flair pinned Kerry Von Erich at 15:15 after knocking Von Erich down with a shoulder through the ropes as he stood on the apron and then sliding in the ring and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage during the cover (10/5/91; Barcelona, Spain)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Legion of Doom defeated the Mountie & the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) when Smith pinned Brian Knobbs with the running powerslam at 12:24 after the LOD ran Knobbs into Smith (4/14/92; Munich, Germany)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned Rick Martel with a small package at 13:02 (UK Rampage 92 - 4/19/92; Sheffield, England)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated the Bushwhackers at 6:07 when Blake pinned Butch with an elbow drop as Beau held Butch's legs down from the outside after tripping him (8/10/92; Huntsville, AL)

The Undertaker: The Face of Fear (1994) #WS929
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Adam Bomb (w/ Johnny Polo) with the chokeslam (9/28/93; Worcester, MA)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 5:42 with the chokeslam after Tatanka prevented Bigelow from leaving ringside (5/4/93; Worcester, MA)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification when Yoko used his salt bucket as a weapon (Television taping)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman & Kimchee) in a coffin match after hitting him with the urn (Survivor Series 92 - 11/25/92; Richfield, OH; Coliseum)
- The Undertaker defeated Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) with the tombstone (11/30/93; Springfield, MA)

Most Unbelievable Matches (1994) #WS930
- Mabel (w/ Oscar) fought Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) to a double count-out at 10:54 when both men rolled out to the floor after Mabel hit a bodyslam on Yoko; late in the match, Yoko slammed Mabel (5/23/94; Youngstown, OH)
- Lex Luger defeated Rick Martel via submission with the Torture Rack at 11:48 following a powerslam; during the bout, Ted Dibiase was shown sitting in the front row directly behind the commentary team (3/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Randy Savage pinned Jerry Lawler with a roll up at 5:59 after Bret Hart came ringside and scared Lawler back inside the ring after Lawler attempted to walk out of the match; after the bout, Hart chased Lawler from the ring (9/28/93; Worcester, MA)
- The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa & Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) to win the titles at around the 15-minute mark when Fatu pinned Jacques with the top rope splash moments after Pierre hit his own partner following a miscommunication; the champions attempted to walk out of the match at around the 5-minute mark but referee Earl Hebner threatened to strip them of the titles if they didn't return by the count of 10 (4/26/94; Burlington, VT)
- WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match at 18:49 after Michaels had his foot and later his arm entangled in the ring ropes; Diesel was in the challenger's corner for the early moments of the bout but was sent backstage after attacking Razor on the floor (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, and Pro Wrestling Torch) (the first televised WWF ladder match) (WrestleMania X - 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)

Countdown to Summer Slam 94 #WS931

In Your House 2 "The Lumberjacks" #WF502A
- Bret Hart pinned Jean Pierre Laffiette at 13:26 by countering a waist lock into a reverse roll up (7/23/95; Nashville)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Kama (w/ Ted Dibiase) in a casket match at 14:50 after a chokeslam and a boot to the face (7/23/95; Nashville)

Super Slams (10/3/95)
- Bret Hart & Razor Ramon defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) & Hakushi (w/ Shinja) at 12:09 when Bret reversed a small package by Jarrett, putting Razor on top for the pin (4/5/95; Lowell, MA)
- The Undertaker pinned Tatanka with a chokeslam at 6:32 (8/14/95; Worcester, MA)
- Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated Jacob & Eli Blu (w/ Uncle Zebakiah) at 6:36 when Smith scored the pin with a sunset flip off the top as the Blu attempted to piledrive Luger, moments after the Blus made an illegal switch in the ring; after the bout, Jim Ross interviewed Zebakiah in the aisle (the debut of the Luger / Smith hybrid theme music) (WrestleMania XI - 4/2/95; Hartford, CT)
- WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) pinned Adam Bomb at 9:25 after the Roadie interfered (1/25/95; Ft. Myers, FL)
- Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart via submission with the Sharpshooter in a no holds barred match at around 12:54; after the match, Bret kept the hold applied until a number of officials swarmed the ring (3/13/95; Stockton, CA)

Wrestlefest 95
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Jean Pierre Laffiette with a chokeslam (4/3/95; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Bret Hart, Razor Ramon, & Savio Vega defeated Hakushi (w/ Shinja), WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette) when Savio pinned Hakushi with a clothesline (6/6/95; Wheeling, WV)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Tom Prichard (w/ Jim Cornette & Jimmy Del Ray) with the superkick (5/16/95; Danbury, CT)
- Jerry Lawler pinned Adam Bomb with his feet on the ropes (4/4/95; Glens Falls, NY)
- Bob Holly (sub. for the 1-2-3 Kid) & Alundra Blayze defeated Hakushi & WWF Women's Champion Bull Nakano when Blayze pinned Nakano with the German suplex (3/13/95; Stockton, CA)
- Bret Hart defeated Jimmy Del Ray (w/ Jim Cornette & Tom Prichard) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 4:09 after avoiding a monkeyflip out of the corner (4/25/95; Des Moines, IA)
- Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett & the Roadie when Smith pinned the Roadie with the running powerslam (5/15/95; Binghamton, NY)
- The Smoking Gunns defeated Men on a Mission when Billy pinned Mo with a small package
- Razor Ramon fought WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett to a double count-out; during the bout, the Roadie was placed in a small cage above the ring; after the contest, Razor hit the Razor's Edge on the Roadie and threw both he and Jarrett into the cage before it was raised back up (4/25/95; Des Moines, IA)

Mega Matches 95 #WF501
- IRS (w/ Ted Dibiase & a druid) defeated Lex Luger via count-out at 8:25 when Luger attacked the interfering druid on the floor, revealing him to be Tatanka (12/12/94; Liberty, NY)
- The New Headshrinkers (w/ Afa & Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart via disqualification at 9:10 when Owen came off the top hitting Fatu in the head with Neidhart's boot as Fatu had Neidhart covered (11/29/94; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Jeff Jarrett defeated Davey Boy Smith via count-out at around the 14-minute mark when the Roadie held Smith's leg from underneath the ring after Smith grabbed Jarrett as he attempted to walk out and threw him back into the ring (Roadie's surprise TV debut) (11/28/94; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Duke Drose at around 6:52 after twice hitting the Avalanche (11/9/94; Bethleham, PA)
- Bob Backlund defeated Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at around the 14-minute mark; after the bout, Backlund kept the hold applied until other referees pulled him off (12/12/94; Liberty, NY)
- Davey Boy Smith & Lex Luger fought Tatanka & Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a double count-out at 8:43 when all four men began brawling on the floor (12/12/94; Liberty, NY)
- Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated Tatanka & Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Ted Dibiase) at 11:13 when Smith pinned Tatanka after sending him into Bigelow on the ring apron; after the bout, Dibiase, Bam Bam, and Tatanka argued over the loss (12/12/94; Liberty, NY)
- Fatu (w/ Afa & Capt. Lou Albano) pinned Jeff Jarrett at 4:37 after Jim Neidhart's interference backfired, with Neidhart accidentally hitting a clothesline on Jarrett as he held Fatu in place; after the bout, Jarrett argued with both Neidhart and Owen Hart, both of whom appeared ringside at the 2-minute mark, with the three men shoving one another until WWF Tag Team Champion Diesel broke it up; after several minutes, Jarrett eventually agreed to not hold a grudge (10/19/95; Albany, NY)
- Tatanka, IRS, & King Kong Bundy (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Lex Luger & Men on a Mission (w/ Oscar) at around the 12-minute mark when Bundy pinned Luger after Tatanka hit a DDT behind the referee's back (1/23/95; Palmetto, FL)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned the 1-2-3 Kid at around the 10:30 mark when Bigelow caught the Kid coming off the top and hit a powerslam (12/13/94; Liberty, NY)
- The Smoking Gunns defeated the Heavenly Bodies (w/ Jim Cornette) at around the 14-minute mark when Billy pinned Tom Prichard with a crucifix into a sunset flip (11/8/94; Bushkill, PA)

Slammy Awards 96

Canadian Fan Favorites #WF500
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Jerry Lawler in a casket match (9/28/94; White Plains, NY)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart at 15:37 when, behind the referee's back, Bret reversed a small package on Owen, putting Smith on top for the pin (10/19/94; Albany, NY)
- IRS (w/ Ted Dibiase & a druid) pinned Adam Bomb at around the 8-minute mark with a legdrop to the back of the head after the druid shoved Bomb off the top rope; after the bout, Lex Luger made the save and cleared IRS from the ring (11/28/94; Poughkeepsie, NY) - Davey Boy Smith fought Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a double disqualification at 8:51 when Lex Luger, who came out moments earlier after seeing Dibiase pull the top rope down causing Smith to fall to the floor, began fighting Tatanka inside the ring, with Bam Bam Bigelow coming out moments later to attack Smith; after the match, Luger cleared both Tatanka and Bigelow from the ring before referees swarmed the ringside area (12/12/94; Liberty, NY)
- The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Owen Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) via disqualification at 11:57 when Neidhart clotheslined Kid as he had a half crab applied to Owen; after the match, Hart applied the Sharpshooter to Kid until officials pulled him off (8/15/94; Lowell, MA)
- WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Bob Backlund via count-out (10/18/94; Burlington, VT)
- Lex Luger fought Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a double count-out at 13:50 when both men began brawling on the floor; after the bout, Luger grabbed the mic and challenged Tatanka to get back in the ring with him; moments later, Luger fought off Tatanka and put him in the Torture Rack until officials swarmed the ring (10/19/94; Albany, NY)
- Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) pinned the 1-2-3 Kid with a belly to belly suplex as the Kid leapt off the top (5/25/94; Erie, PA)

Mega Matches 96 #WF504

In Your House "Mindgames"

World Wrestling Federation Greatest Moments! Ever (1996) #WS939

Sunny (1997)
- WWF Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Skip & Zip (w/ Sunny) defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) at 5:24 when Skip pinned Phinneas with a roll up after Sunny distracted Phinneas from the apron by lifting the back of her skirt as he attempted the Slop Drop (WrestleMania XII; 3/31/96; Anaheim, CA)
- The Smoking Gunns defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim & Sunny) to win the titles at 4:57 when Bart Gunn pinned Phinneas with a back suplex after Phinneas became distracted by Billy Gunn kissing Sunny on the ring apron (Beware of Dog; 5/26/96; Florence, SC)
- Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns (w/ Sunny) to win the titles when Smith pinned Bart with the powerslam at 11:00 after Bart collided with Billy on the apron and Billy shoved his partner in retaliation; prior to the bout, a giant poster of Sunny was dropped from the rafters which had been defamed by Owen and Davey; during the opening moments, Clarence Mason came ringside in the place of Jim Cornette, who was still recovering backstage, after Mason stole the contracts of Owen & Smith out from under Cornette; after the match, Sunny grabbed a microphone, fired the Gunns, and stormed off ( Mindgames; 9/22/96; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWF IC Championship Title Tournament Finals: Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Farooq (w/ Sunny) with the Shooting Star Press to win the vacant title at 14:50 after hitting him with Sunny's loaded purse; during the bout, Sunny was ejected from ringisde after choking Mero on the mat but returned ringside late in the match to give Farooq the weapon; after the match, Mero was congratulated in the ring by Mr. Perfect, who did commentary for the bout, and it was revealed that a brick was hidden in the purse; Pat Patterson was the referee for the contest (9/23/96; Hershey, PA)

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