DVD RESULTS

2002

Survivor Series 01 (1/15/02)

Rebellion 01 (1/29/02)
- The Rock pinned WCW World Champion Chris Jericho to win the title at 15:03 with an inside cradle as the champion attempted to apply the Walls of Jericho; after the bout, Jericho hit Rock in the head with the title belt before twice hitting the champion with a steel chair (11/5/01; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)
- The Undertaker defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin & WCW US Champion Kurt Angle in a handicap match at 6:56 by pinning Austin with a roll up after Taker sent Austin into Angle as Austin attempted to use the Stunner on his opponent; after the match, Austin and Angle continued to attack the Undertaker with Austin eventually hitting the Stunner; moments later, Austin hit the Stunner on Angle for costing him the match (11/6/01; East Rutherford, NJ; Meadowlands)

Vengeance 01 (1/29/02)

Austin 3:16 Uncensored (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 1998 home video

Undertaker: The Phenom
Rerelease of 1998 home video

The Best of Survivor Series 1987-1997 (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 1998 home video

The Best of WrestleMania 1-14 (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 1998 home video

Three Faces of Foley (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 1998 home video

In Your House: Unforgiven 98 (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 1998 home video

In Your House: Rock Bottom (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 1999 home video

Austin vs. McMahon (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 1999 home video

Best of Raw Vol. 1 (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 1999 home video

The Rock: Know Your Role (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 2000 home video

Eve of Destruction (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 2000 home video

TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs (2/5/02)
Rerelease of 2000 home video

Triple H: That Damn Good (available exclusively at Best Buy, Suncoast, & Media Play)
- Triple H pinned Vince McMahon in a no holds barred match at 29:45 by placing one foot on Vince's chest after Vince pushed his daughter Stephanie, who sat ringside for the match, out of the way and received a sledgehammer blow to the midsection and face; early in the contest, Mankind came ringside with a shopping cart full of weapons for Vince to use; after the contest, Triple H attempted to use the sledgehammer on Stephanie as she tended to her father but then put the weapon down as he and Stephanie embraced, revealing that their feud was a ruse all along; due to pre-match stipulations, Triple H earned a world title shot; had Vince won, the marriage between Triple H and Stephanie would have become null and void (Armageddon 99 - 12/12/99; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
- WWF World Champion Triple H pinned Cactus Jack at 26:49 with the Pedigree followed by a second Pedigree onto a pile of thumb tacs inside the ring; late in the contest, Stephanie McMahon came ringside out of concern for the champion; after the match, Cactus knocked over the champion's stretcher and dragged him back into the ring where he continued to brutalize him (Royal Rumble 00 - 1/23/00; Madison Square Garden)
- Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) defeated Chris Jericho in a Last Man Standing Match at 23: 13 following a back suplex through the commentary table (Fully Loaded 00)
- WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Kurt Angle and Triple H at 20:12 by pinning Triple H with the People's Elbow after Triple H collided with Stephanie McMahon on the apron and was then hit with a sledgehammer; after the match, Angle carried Stephanie backstage; early in the bout, Angle suffered a legit concussion after Triple H put him through a table (SummerSlam 00)
- Triple H defeated Steve Austin in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1 - Austin pinned Triple H in a wrestling match with the Stunner; fall #2 - Triple H pinned Austin with the Pedigree in a streetfight; fall #3 - Triple H pinned Austin in a steel cage match after hitting him with a sledgehammer at the exact moment Austin hit Triple H with a 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire; both men collapsed but Triple H fell on top for the win; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (No Way Out 01)
- Triple H pinned WWF World Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Stephanie McMahon) to win the title by kicking the champion as he lept off the top rope and hitting the Pedigree; the challenger took Stephanie out of the match late in the contest after hitting the Pedigree on her (WrestleMania X-8)

Before They Were Superstars (3/12/02)
- The Smoking Gunns defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bob Holly & 1-2-3 Kid to win the titles when Billy pinned Holly at around the 20-minute mark after Billy came off the top onto Holly as Bart had Holly hoisted over his shoulder (Monday Night Raw - 1/23/95; Palmetto, FL)
- The Undertaker defeated Justin Bradshaw via disqualification when Mankind interfered (Monday Night Raw - 4/1/96; San Bernadino, CA)
- Rob Van Dam pinned Jeff Hardy with a split-legged moonsault at 2:29; prior to the bout, Jerry Lawler introduced RVD to the crowd, nicknaming him “Mr. Monday Night”, and then both he and RVD cut an anti-ECW promo (RVD’s WWF debut) (Raw is War - 5/12/97; Newark, DE)
- WWF Women's Champion Jackie (w/ Marc Mero) defeated Starla Saxton (Molly Holly) (Sunday Night Heat - taped 9/29/98; East Lansing, MI; Breslin Arena)
- Essa Rios (w/ Lita) pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Gillberg with a moonsault at the 46-second mark to win the title; prior to the bout, Gillberg cut a promo and issued an open challenge to prove that he wasn't a closet champion; after the bout, Lita hit a moonsault of her own onto Gillberg, with Rios giving her a 3-count (Papi Chulo's 1st appearance as Essa Rios) (Lita's debut) (Sunday Night Heat - taped 2/8/00; Austin, TX)
- WWF World Champion Kurt Angle & WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated Chris Jericho & the Dudley Boyz when Angle pinned Jericho with the Olympic Slam after avoiding the Lionsault; after the match, the Dudley Boyz made the save for Jericho against Angle and several of his family members (Raw is War - 12/22/00; Chattanooga, TN; McKenzie Arena)

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Stone Cold Steve Austin: What? (4/30/02)
- WCW US Champion Steve Austin pinned Ricky Steamboat with his feet on the ropes at 20:10 after the momentum of a crossbody from the challenger put Austin on top (Bash at the Beach 94 - 7/14/94; Orlando, FL; Arena)
- Triple H defeated Steve Austin in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 39:23, 2-1; fall #1 - Austin pinned Triple H in a regular match with a kick to the mid-section and the Stunner at 12:20 as Triple H attempted to come off the top; fall #2 - Triple H pinned Austin at 28:09 with the Pedigree after hitting Austin in the head with a sledgehammer as Austin ran the ropes; fall #3 - Triple H pinned Austin in a steel cage match after Austin hit Triple H with a 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire at the same time Triple H hit Austin with the sledgehammer, with Triple H falling on top for the win; after the bout, Austin hit the Stunner on Triple H; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (No Way Out 01 - 2/25/01; Las Vegas, NV)

(4/30/02)

nWo: Back in Black (5/28/02)
- Sting, WCW TV Champion Lex Luger, & Randy Savage fought Kevin Nash & Scott Hall to a no contest at around the 17-minute mark when Hulk Hogan appeared, scared Hall & Nash from the ring, and then hit the legdrop on Savage three times, signaling his allignment with them; Luger was taken backstage on a stretcher at the 3-minute mark after his neck was laid across the top turnbuckle and he accidentally sustained a Stinger Splash; prior to the match, Gene Okerlund came out and interviewed Hall & Nash about their mystery third partner, with both men only saying that the third man was in the building; after the bout, a fan attempted to get in the ring but was kicked out by Hall & Nash, with security then attending to the man; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Hogan, alongside Hall & Nash, during which fans littered the ring with trash; during the segment, Hogan coined the name New World Order to describe the trio of he, Hall, and Nash and said the trash thrown in the ring represents the fans that disrespected him (Bash at the Beach 96 - 7/7/96; Daytona Beach, FL)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, & the nWo Sting (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Sting, Lex Luger, WCW US Champion Ric Flair, & Arn Anderson in Wargames at 18:18 when referees Nick Patrick and Randy Anderson called for the bell after Luger became caught in the nWo Sting's Scorpion Deathlock as Hogan had Luger in a choke; order of entry: Hall, Anderson, Nash, Luger, Hogan, Flair, nWo Sting, and Sting; the participants remained backstage until they were officially in the match; upon his entrance, Sting single-handedly laid out the nWo before walking out on his team for them not believing him; after the match, Luger crawled in the aisle, calling for Sting, until he was attacked by the nWo; moments later, Flair and Anderson brawled with the nWo as Randy Savage cornered Hogan in the ring; moments later, the Giant arrived and twice dropped Savage with the chokeslam, with Miss Elizabeth appearing and begging Hogan to leave Savage alone; as Elizabeth covered Savage's body, Hogan spraypainted "NWO" across her back; Hogan then cut an in-ring promo calling Savage and Elizabeth trash and spitting on Elizabeth; the nWo then continued to stomp Savage before the Giant spraypainted "NWO" on his back and again dropped him with the chokeslam; moments later, the nWo took over the commentary position, scaring off the commentary team, with Dibiase saying he had made some demands to WCW and, because of the Wargames win, intended to see them come true; the trainer and Elizabeth then helped Savage from the ring as the show came to a close (Fall Brawl96 - 9/15/96; Winston-Salem, NC)
- Kevin Nash pinned WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg to win the title in a No DQ match at 11:19 with the powerbomb after Goldberg fought off an interfering Disco Inferno and Bam Bam Bigelow before Scott Hall, dressed in an event staff t-shirt, stuck the champion with a stungun (Goldberg's record: 174-1) (Starrcade 98 - 12/27/98; Washington DC)
- Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, & Kevin Nash defeated the Rock & Steve Austin in a handicap match at 9:13 when Hogan pinned the Rock with the boot to the face and legdrop as Austin fought with Hall and Nash on the floor; after the bout, Austin attacked Hogan only for Hall to drop Austin with his own version of the Stunner (Hogan's first match back after an 8-year absence; Nash's first match back after a 6-year absence; Hall's first TV match back after a 6-year absence) (3/11/02; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena)

Backlash 02 (6/25/02)

Triple H: The Game (6/25/02)
- Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Buck Zumhoff at 2:15 with a Diamond Cutter (Helmsley's TV debut) (4/26/95; Moline, IL)
- WWF World Champion Triple H pinned Cactus Jack at 26:49 with the Pedigree followed by a second Pedigree onto a pile of thumb tacs inside the ring; Stephanie McMahon escorted the champion ringside prior to the match before going backstage; mid-way through the bout, the Rock interfered and hit the champion over the head with a steel chair as both participants were near the entrance; late in the contest, Stephanie returned ringside after the challenger poured a bag of thumb tacs over the ring; after the match, Cactus knocked over the champion's stretcher as he was being helped backstage, dragged him back inside the ring, and hit him with a 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire; Triple H & Jonathan Coachman provided alternate commentary for the bout (Royal Rumble 00 - 1/23/00; Madison Square Garden)
- Ric Flair pinned NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat by reversing a bodyslam into an inside cradle to win the title at 31:31; Lou Thesz, Pat O'Conner, and Terry Funk served as judges for the bout, in the event it went to a time-limit draw (NWA Wrestle War 89 - 5/7/89; Nashville, TN)

Insurrextion 02 (7/16/02)

Judgment Day 02

King of the Ring 02 (8/20/02)

Hulk Still Rules (8/20/02)
- Hulk Hogan defeated Ted Dibiase via KO at 11:12 with a bearhug; prior to the bout, Hogan was escorted to the ring by Freddie Blassie (Dibiase's last appearance for almost 8 years) (Hogan's MSG debut) (12/17/79; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant pinned Hulk Hogan (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 7:48 with a bodyslam and splash and a fast count from the referee; Hogan visibly kicked out at 2 but the referee didn't notice (8/9/80; Shea Stadium)
- Bob Backlund (w/ Hulk Hogan) defeated Samula (w/ Afa, Sika, & Capt. Lou Albano) via disqualification at 4:34 when the Samoans and Albano attacked Backlund as he applied the Crossface Chicken Wing to his opponent; the bout was to have been Backlund and his mystery partner against the Samoans but Albano refused to the match, instead making it a one-on-one encounter; early in the match, the Samoans tried double teaming Backlund, with Backlund then going backstage and returning with Hogan; after the contest, Hogan and Backlund cleared the ring of the four other men; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Backlund & Hogan in which Backlund said Hogan had changed his ways, with Hogan then thanking Backlund and the fans for bringing him back to the WWF (1/3/84; Allentown, PA)
- 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) (1/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 11:05 after Heenan hit Hogan over the head with a wooden stool as the champion had Orndorff set up for the piledriver; the decision of the match was not made clear until several moments thereafter as Orndorff covered the champion and the referee, who had been knocked out, tapped his shoulder three times before calling for the bell; after the bout, Orndorff put the belt on and attacked the champion but Hogan eventually sent him to the floor with a boot to the face (8/28/86; Toronto, Ontario; CNE Stadium)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a bodyslam and the legdrop at 12:07; Bob Ueker was the guest ring announcer and Mary Hart was the guest time keeper; after the match, Hogan was presented with a new heavyweight title belt (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Silverdome)
- Hulk Hogan, WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth), Koko B. Ware, Hillbilly Jim, and Hercules defeated the Big Bossman (w/ Slick), Akeem, Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil), King Haku, and the Red Rooster (w/ Bobby Heenan) in an elimination match at 30:11; Savage pinned the Rooster with the flying elbowsmash at 6:10 after a slam by Hogan; after the decision, Heenan yelled at Rooster; Akeem pinned Hillbilly Jim with a clothesline and splash at 9:54; Bossman pinned Koko at 11:45 with the sidewalk slam after Koko missed a splash in the corner; Dibiase pinned Hercules at 16:35 with a knee to the back, roll up, and using the tights for leverage after Hercules became distracted by Virgil on the apron; Savage pinned Dibiase at 16:57 with a roll up as Dibiase was distracted by Hercules on the floor; the Bossman was counted-out at 23:17 as he and Akeem double teamed Hogan on the floor and handcuffed him to the bottom rope; Akeem was disqualified at 25:01 for pushing referee Earl Hebner as Akeem and Bossman double teamed Savage in the ring; Slick remained ringside until moments later when Haku accidentally kicked him off the apron to the floor; moments later, Elizabeth took the handcuff keys from slick and freed Hogan from the ring rope; Hogan pinned Haku with the boot to the face, bodyslam, and legdrop; after the match, Savage appeared to be upset for Hogan celebrating with Elizabeth (Survivor Series 88 - 11/24/88; Richfield, OH)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) & Zeus at 15:04 when Hogan pinned Zeus with a body slam and legdrop after hitting him with Sherri's loaded purse; after Hogan & Beefcake's entrances, Hogan whispered something in Howard Finkel's ear, with Finkel then introducing Miss Elizabeth to be in Hogan & Beefcake's corner; after the match, Beefcake cut some of Sherri's hair (Summer Slam 89 - 8/28/89; Meadowlands)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Ben Ortez & Angelo Gomez in a handicap match at 4:57 when Ortez submitted to an overhead backbreaker; after the bout, Vince McMahon conducted a ringside interview with Hogan & Blassie in which Hogan said he was the new king of pro wrestling (1/2/80; Hamburg, PA)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WCW World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Sensuous Sherri) to win the title at 21:54 with the legdrop, moments after Mr. T sent an interfering Sherri backstage; after the bout, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T and Shaquille O'Neal (Hogan's WCW in-ring debut) (WCW Bash at the Beach 94 - 7/17/94; Orlando, FL)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Tiger Chung Lee in a non-title match at 3:05 with the legdrop (7/29/85; Brantford, Ontario)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Gene Okerlund defeated George Steele & Mr. Fuji (w/ Jesse Ventura) at around the 6:30 mark when Okerlund pinned Fuji after Hogan slammed his parnter onto Fuji and then pushed down on top of him during the cover; Jesse Ventura sat ringside for the match; after the bout, Ventura argued with the referee over the call and briefly faced off against Hogan until Hogan & Okerlund cleared the ring of Steele & Fuji (8/26/84; Minneapolis, MN)
- 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 (Undertaker's first TV loss) (Tuesday in Texas - 12/3/91; San Antonio, TX)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Big John Studd via count-out at 7:22 after the challenger was rammed into the turnbuckle as both men brawled on the outside; a rainstorm began during the match (10/19/85; San Juan, Puerto Rico)
- 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 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)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant defeated King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd via disqualification at around the 8-minute mark when referee Joey Marella stopped the match as Bundy & Studd double teamed Andre as his arms were tied in the ring ropes; prior to the bout, Hogan & Andre were escorted to the ring by Capt. Lou Albano while Bundy & Studd were escorted by Bobby Heenan; mid-way through the match, the initial referee was knocked out and Marella took over officiating; after the contest, Hogan helped make the save, with he and Andre clearing Bundy & Studd to the floor; moments later, Gene Okerlund interviewed Hogan & Andre in the ring, during which Andre said he wanted more from Bundy & Studd (Saturday Night's Main Event - 10/31/85; Hershey, PA)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Roddy Piper via disqualification at 7:15 when Bob Orton Jr. interfered as Hogan had the sleeper on Piper after hitting Piper with a steel chair while the referee was knocked down; moments later, Paul Orndorff ran out with a steel chair and cleared the ring (Wrestling Classic - 11/7/85; Chicago, IL)
- Hulk Hogan, WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth), Koko B. Ware, Hillbilly Jim, and Hercules defeated the Big Bossman (w/ Slick), Akeem, Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil), King Haku, and the Red Rooster (w/ Bobby Heenan); Savage pinned Taylor with the flying elbow after a bodyslam by Hogan; Akeem pinned Hillbilly Jim with a clothesline and splash; Bossman pinned Koko with the sidewalk slam after Koko missed a splash in the corner; Dibiase pinned Hercules with a roll up and using the tights for leverage as Hercules was distracted by Virgil on the apron; Savage pinned Dibiase seconds later with a roll up as Dibiase was distracted by Hercules on the floor; the Bossman was counted-out as he and Akeem double teamed Hogan on the floor and handcuffed him to the bottom rope; Akeem was disqualified for pushing the referee as he and Bossman double teamed Savage in the ring; Hogan pinned Haku with the boot to the face, bodyslam, and legdrop after Miss Elizabeth got the handcuffs off Hogan (Survivor Series 88 - 11/24/88; Richfield, OH)

The Rock: Just Bring It: Collectors Edition (10/1/02)
- The Rock pinned WWF World Champion Kurt Angle to win the title at 16:53 following two consecutive Rock Bottoms after the champion hit an unprotected turnbuckle (No Way Out 01 - 2/25/01; Las Vegas, NV)
- WCW World Champion the Rock defeated Booker T & Shane McMahon in a handicap match at 15:24 by pinning Booker with the Rock Bottom; Earl Hebner made the count moments after Mike Chioda took out WCW referee Nick Patrick and Chioda was thrown to the floor by Booker; late in the bout, Test interfered on behalf of Booker & Shane but was eventually chased into the crowd by Bradshaw wielding a steel pipe (Unforgiven 01 - 9/23/01; Pittsburgh, PA)
- The Rock pinned Shane McMahon in a streetfight at 8:19 with the Rock Bottom, despite interference from WCW World Champion Booker T; after the bout, Booker attacked the Rock and hit him with the title belt before Shane hit an elbow drop off the top, putting Rock through the announce table (8/6/01; Anaheim, CA)
- The Rock defeated WWE World Champion the Undertaker and Kurt Angle to win the title at 19:34 by pinning Angle with the Rock Bottom after Angle hit the Olympic Slam on the champion (Vengeance 02 - 7/21/02; Detroit, MI)

(10/22/02)
- WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus vs. Stacy Keibler (Smackdown! - 5/14/02; swimsuit contest; Montreal, Quebec; Bell Centre)
- WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Stacy Keibler in a Bra & Panties match (Velocity - taped 5/21/02; Tupelo, MS)
- WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Terri in a lingerie match (Raw - 6/3/02; Dallas, TX; American Airlines Arena)
- Trish Stratus & Linda Miles vs. WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Jackie Gayda (Raw - 6/24/02)
- Torrie Wilson defeated Stacy Keibler in a Bra & Panties match (Smackdown! - 7/2/02; Boston, MA; FleetCenter)
- WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly pinned Jackie at 4:13 after hitting her with the title belt; Crash Holly was the special referee (Sunday Night Heat - 7/8/02; Philadelphia, PA - First Union Center)

Vengeance 02
- Hulk Hogan & Edge defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo (w/ Rico) to win the titles at 10:04 when Edge pinned Palumbo following a double boot to the face and a legdrop from both Edge and Hogan; Hogan used his classic "Real American" theme song before and after the bout to celebrate Independence Day (Hogan's first time using "Real American" in 9 years) (7/2/02; Boston, MA)

Summer Slam 02 (10/22/02)
- Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) defeated Hulk Hogan when Hogan blacked out while caught in a bearhug after sustaining the F5; late in the bout, Lesnar kicked out of the legdrop; after the match, Brock hit a bloody Hogan in the head with a steel chair and smeared Hogan's blood on his own chest (8/4/02; Richmond, VA; Coliseum)

Global Warning Tour (11/5/02)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Moondogs at 18:12 when Jacques pinned Rex with a crossbody; prior to the bout, the ring announcer mistakingly pronounced Rougeau as "Ragu" (Rougeaus' debut) (2/28/86; Sydney, Australia)
- Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji defeated SD Jones & King Tonga at 14:36 when Muraco pinned Jones with a tombstone (2/28/86; Sydney, Australia)
- Andre the Giant pinned Big John Studd at 8:10 with a boot to the face and a splash; there was no commentary for the bout (2/28/86; Sydney, Australia)

(12/17/02)

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