DVD RESULTS

2005

Armageddon 04 (1/11/05)
- Billy Kidman & Akio defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Paul London at 5:44 when Akio pinned Guerrero with a spin kick after Chavo knocked Kidman to the floor with a clothesline (12/12/04; Duluth, GA)

Rob Van Dam: One Of A Kind (1/18/05)
- Robbie V pinned Pat Rose with a split-legged moonsault at 5:57 (Robbie V's WCW debut) (1/11/93; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theater)
- Robbie V pinned Scotty Flamingo with a split-legged moonsault at 3:18; Jesse Ventura’s original commentary was deleted from the match (2/2/93; Columbus, GA)
- Rob Van Dam pinned Axl Rotten with the split-legged moonsault at 6:13 (RVD’s ECW debut) (1/5/96; ECW Arena)
- Sabu pinned Rob Van Dam in a No Time Limit match at 18:57 following a springboard moonsault off the ropes; after the bout, Sabu helped RVD to his feet and offered to shake his hand but RVD refused and left the ring (Hostile City Showdown 96 - 4/20/96; ECW Arena)
- Sabu pinned Rob Van Dam at 19:40 following an Atomic Arabian Facebuster; Sabu wore a neckbrace to the ring but removed it before the match; after the bout, Paul E. Dangerously and medical personnel came out to attend to both men with RVD and Sabu being taken backstage on a stretcher (ECW Hardcore Heaven 96 – 6/22/96; ECW Arena)
- ECW Tag Team Champions Perry Saturn & John Kronus defeated Rob Van Dam & Sabu at 20:02 when Saturn pinned RVD following the Total Elimination (Crossing the Line Again – 2/1/97; ECW Arena)
- Rob Van Dam (sub. for Chris Candido) pinned Lance Storm with the Van Daminator and a standing moonsault at 10:10; after the bout, RVD refused to shake Storm’s hand and then cut an in-ring promo, implying he was going to jump to WCW (Barely Legal 97 – 4/13/97; ECW Arena)
- 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)
- Rob Van Dam (w/ Bill Alphonso) fought Tommy Dreamer (w/ Beulah McGillicutty) to a no contest in a flag match at around the 15-minute mark when Stevie Richards, Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon interfered on behalf of RVD; moments later, RVD hit the Five Star Frog Splash with Richards, Furnas, and LaFon counting Dreamer down for 3 and Alphonso announcing RVD as the winner (November to Remember 97 – 11/30/97; Monaca, PA)
- Rob Van Dam (w/ Bill Alphonso) pinned ECW TV Champion Bam Bam Bigelow to win the title at around the 15-minute mark with the Van Daminator after Sabu interfered and jabbed the champion in the face with a fork (4/4/98; Buffalo, NY)
- ECW TV Champion Rob Van Dam (w/ Bill Alphonso) pinned Jerry Lynn with the Van Daminator and Five Star Frog Splash at 22:57; the bout originally went to the 20-minute time-limit but both participants agreed to 5 more minutes (Living Dangerously 99 – 3/21/99; Asbury Park, NJ)
- ECW TV Champion Rob Van Dam (w/ Bill Alphonso) pinned Balls Mahoney (sub. for Johnny Smith) at 19:49 with the Five Star Frog Splash after a Van Dominator off the top (Anarchy Rulz 99 – 9/19/99; Villa Park, IL)
- Rob Van Dam pinned Jerry Lynn following the Van Terminator at 19:30, with Joel Gertner holding the chair over Lynn’s face so RVD could hit the move; late in the contest, Gertner chased Cyrus into the ring and hit a DDT on him (1/7/01; Hammerstein Ballroom)
- Rob Van Dam pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Jeff Hardy to win the title at 12:32 with the Five Star Frog Splash onto the title belt after avoiding the Swanton; prior to the bout, RVD assaulted Matt Hardy backstage with a steel chair as Matt was talking with the champion (Invasion – 7/22/01; Cleveland, OH)
- King of the Ring Semi-Finals: WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Chris Jericho in a non-title match at 14:32 with the Five Star Frog Splash after knocking Jericho off the top and crotching him on the ropes (6/23/02; Columbus, OH)
- Rob Van Dam defeated WWE IC Champion Christian to win the title in a ladder match at 13:43 after hitting the Five Star Frog Splash off the top of the top of a ladder, then climbing a second ladder as Christian lay underneath (9/29/03; Chicago, IL)

Andre the Giant (1/25/05)
This was a rereleased version of the 1985 Coliseum Home Video
- Andre the Giant pinned Moondog Rex with a boot to the face and splash at 1:49 (8/1/81; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Andre the Giant won a $50,000 18-man battle royal by last eliminating Adrian Adonis; other participants included: Sgt. Slaughter, Dick Murdoch, Big John Studd, Jimmy Snuka, Pat Patterson, WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, Salvatore Bellomo, Paul Orndorff, Tiger Chung Lee, Alexis Smirnoff, the Iron Sheik, Tito Santana, Mil Mascaras, the Hangman, Victor Rivera, and one other name; order of elimination: Bellomo by Patterson; Slaughter eliminated himself by jumping over the top to follow the Iron Sheik to the floor; Rivera elimiated; Snuka eliminated; Santana by Orndorff; Orndorff by Andre; Mascaras by Andre; Sheik by Hogan; Studd by Hogan via a punch as Studd was on the apron; Hogan by Studd, Adonis, & Lee, with Studd on the floor; after the elimination, Hogan won a brawl with Studd on the floor and in the ring; Lee by Patterson; Patterson by Adonis via blow to the back as Patterson attempted to eliminate Smirnoff; Smirnoff by Andre via an atomic drop; Murdoch by Andre via a throw as Murdoch was on his back; Adonis by Andre via a throw into the corner, with Andois flipping out of the ring (4/30/84; Oakland, CA)
- Andre the Giant defeated Black Gordman & Goliath in a handicap match at 6:51 by sitting on both men after press slamming Gordman onto Goliath (1/12/76; Los Angeles)
- Andre the Giant defeaeted Jack Evans, Johnny Rodz, & Joe Nova in a handicap match by sitting on all three men after piling them on top of one another (4/75; Philadelphia, PA)
- Andre the Giant defeated Gorilla Monsoon (w/ Hugo Savinovich) via TKO in a boxing match following a right hand punch; Joe Walcott was the special referee for the bout (9/23/77; Roberto Clemente Stadium; San Juan, Puerto Rico)
- Andre the Giant & Jimmy Snuka defeated the Wild Samoans at 12:51 when Snuka pinned Sika with a splash off Andre's shoulders following a boot to the face by Andre; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escored the Samoans to the ring while Buddy Rogers escorted Snuka & Andre (2/18/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant pinned the Masked Superstar with a boot to the face and splash; after the bout, Andre attempted to unmask Superstar but he was able to escape the ring (Bill Eadie's last MSG appearance for 3 years) (2/20/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant & SD Jones defeated Ken Patera & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification when Studd & Patera refused to stop double teaming Andre; after the bout, the two men cut the incapacitated Andre's hair (11/13/84; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Andre the Giant defeated Ken Patera (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification when Heenan came off the top onto Andre, hitting him with a pair of brass knuckles and causing the referee to be knocked down; moments later, Patera came off the top onto Andre, with Andre lifting his boot into Patera's face before sending both men out of the ring (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a bodyslam match at 5:53; pre-match stipulations stated Andre would win $15,000 if he was able to slam Studd and would retire if he couldn't do it within the time-limit; after the bout, Andre began throwing the money into the crowd until Heenan grabbed the money bag and ran backstage; for the DVD, the commentary was redone by Michael Cole & Tazz (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)

The Best of the Intercontinental Championship (1/25/05)
This was a rereleased version of the 1993 Columbia House Home Video
- Crush defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via count-out at 8:51 when Michaels left the ring; after the bout, Crush brought Michaels back to the ring, hit a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, and applied the head vice (4/11/93; Sheffield, England)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Skinner via submission with the Sharpshooter at 6:16 (8/11/92; Nashville TN)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) pinned Marty Jannetty after Jannetty missed a crossbody, hit the concrete floor, and was rolled back inside the ring by Diesel; Jannetty originally won the match and title earlier in the contest with a DDT but the bout continued after Bobby Heenan showed referee Earl Hebner instant replay footage of Michaels' foot being on the bottom rope during the cover (7/19/93; Manhattan Center)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) defeated Mr. Perfect via count-out at 11:18 when Diesel threw the challenger into the steel ring post after the challenger rolled Michaels back into the ring; after the match, Perfect attacked Michaels and Diesel in the ring before he was eventually double teamed, with Diesel knocking Perfect out with a punch to the face; moments later, Todd Pettingill conducted an interview with Michaels and Diesel in the aisle, during which Michaels proclaimed himself the greatest IC champion of all time (Summer Slam 93 - 8/30/93; Auburn Hills, MI)
- Jim Duggan defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via count-out at 11:17 when the champion escaped through the crowd after being clotheslined over the retaining barrier by the challenger (4/26/93; Manhattan Center)

New Year's Revolution (2/8/05)

2003 Pay-Per-View Box Set (2/15/05)

Royal Rumble 05 (3/1/05)

No Way Out 05 (3/22/05)
- Hardcore Holly & Charlie Haas defeated Kenzo Suzuki (w/ Hiroku) & Rene Dupree at around 5:20 when Holly pinned Suzuki with the Alabama Slam, after Haas backdropped Dupree to the floor (2/20/05; Pittsburgh, PA)

Holiday Tribute to the Troops (3/29/05)
12/20/03:
- The Acolytes defeated Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin at 4:38 when Bradshaw pinned Haas with the Clothesline from Hell after Haas hit the corner
- Rikishi pinned Rhyno with a Samoan Drop at 2:28 after Rhyno failed an attempt at the Gore and hit the corner; after the bout, Rikishi brought two female soldiers in the ring to dance with him
- Eddie Guerrero pinned Chris Benoit at 11:38 by reversing a powerbomb attempt into a sunset flip and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Eddie started a "USA" chant before the two men shook hands and hugged out of respect
- Torrie Wilson defeated Dawn Marie and Sable in a Santa's Little Helper outfit contest; after the event, Wilson fought off Dawn Marie and Sable after being double teamed
- John Cena pinned WWE US Champion the Big Show in a non-title match at 4:11 with the FU after blocking a chokeslam attempt with a low blow; after the bout, Steve Austin came ringside and hit the Stunner on both participants before inviting all the other talent on hand, Vince McMahon included, to the ring to celebrate the show
12/18/04:
- Booker T pinned Rene Dupree with the scissors kick at 3:41
- The Undertaker defeated John Heidenreich via count-out at 7:34 when Heidenreich tried to leave through the crowd but was blocked by the soldiers in the front row
- Hardcore Holly pinned Kenzo Suzuki with the Alabama Slam at 2:38
- Eddie Guerrero & WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Kurt Angle & Luther Reigns at 6:01 when Mysterio pinned Reigns with the springboard legdrop after Guerrero threw Angle to the floor

Viva Las Divas (4/5/05)
- The Fabulous Moolah & Mae Young defeated Torrie Wilson & Dawn Marie in a school girl match at 3:23 when Moolah pinned Dawn with a roll up after Mae shoved Dawn; after Torrie and Dawn Marie made their appearance, Teddy Long appeared and said their scheduled one-on-one match would now be a tag team match and introduced the opponents; after the match, Torrie celebrated with the victors (9/21/04; Phoenix, AZ)
- Christie Hemme pinned Stacy Keibler in a lingerie pillow fight at the 55-second mark (11/15/04; Indianapolis, IN)
- Dawn Marie (dressed as an Indian) fought Jackie Gayda (dressed as a pilgrim) to a no contest at the 34-second mark when both shoved referee Charles Robinson and were broken apart by Charlie Haas moments later (11/23/04; Rochester, NY)
- Lita pinned WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus to win the title at 7:11 with a reverse Twist of Fate and the moonsault (12/6/04; Charlotte, NC)
- Christy Hemme pinned Maria in a lingerie pillow fight at 1:08 with a schoolboy roll up and roll over after Lilian Garcia hit Maria with a pillow; Candice Michelle was the guest referee for the bout (1/10/05; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

WrestleMania 21 (5/10/05)
- Booker T won a 30-man battle royal by last eliminating Chris Masters at 11:36; other participants included: WWE Raw Tag Team Champions William Regal & Tajiri, Val Venis, Gene Snitsky, Rhyno, Chris Masters, Simon Dean, Viscera, Rosey, the Hurricane, Maven, Tyson Tomko, Rob Conway, Sylvian Grenier, WWE Cruiserweight Champion Paul London, Hardcore Holly, John Heidenreich, Nunzio, Scotty 2 Hotty, Spike Dudley, Sho Funaki, Doug & Danny Basham, WWE US Champion Orlando Jordan, Mark Jindrak, Luther Reigns, Charlie Haas, & Akio; order of elimination: the Hurricane by Reigns (1:06); Reigns by Masters & Tajiri (1:35); Scotty by Masters (2:42); Funaki by Masters (2:45); Spike by Masters (2:47); Kidman by Masters (2:50); Haas by Maven & Snitsky (3:20); Maven by Booker (3:59); Venis by Heidenreich (5:25); Dean by Heidenreich (5:48); Grenier by Heidenreich (6:00); Rosey by Heidenreich (6:19); Rhyno by Holly (6:39); Conway by Booker (6:54); Doug by Regal (6:55); Danny by Regal (6:57); Tomko by Jordan (7:36); Akio by Viscera (7:45); Holly by Masters (7:53); Regal by Heidenreich (7:57); Orlando by Snitsky (8:08); London by Heidenreich (8:30); Tajiri by Heidenreich (8:48); Heidenreich by Snitsky (8:50); Snitsky by Jindrak (9:14); Jindrak by Masters (9:30); Nunzio by Masters (10:08); Viscera by Booker (11:04); Masters by Booker via a Harlem side kick (WrestleMania 21 - 4/3/05; Los Angeles, CA; Staples Center)

Backlash 05 (5/31/05)
- Tyson Tomko pinned Val Venis at 5:41 with a boot to the face (5/1/05; Manchester, NH)

Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s (6/14/05)
- Roddy Piper defeated NWA US Champion Greg Valentine in a non-title dog collar match at 16:08 by pulling Valentine off the top with the chain, repeatedly punching him, and tying him up to score the win; during the match, Gordon Solie repeatedly said the title was on the line, which was incorrect; after the bout, Valentine attacked Piper and choked him with the chain before leaving the ring (NWA Starrcade 83 - 11/24/83; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Sgt. Slaughter fought the Iron Sheik to a double disqualification at 14:47 after both men shoved referee Danny Davis; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Sheik to ringside; after the bout, Slaughter continued to try to take Sheik’s boot off, and shoved off Rene Goulet, Tony Garea, and B. Brian Blair before doing so; moments later, Goulet helped Sheik regain possession of the boot before both men left ringside; moments later, Slaughter grabbed the microphone and said he would never wrestle in NYC again unless he got to wrestle the Iron Sheik; Slaughter then led the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance (5/21/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tito Santana at 10:22 in a lumberjack match after both men collided and the champion fell on top for the win; lumberjacks included King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, the Junkyard Dog, Barry O, Matt Borne, Ricky Steamboat, Jimmy Snuka, Rocky Johnson, Charlie Fulton, and Terry Gibbs (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- King of the Hill Tournament Finals: The Junkyard Dog defeated Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) via count-out at 9:42 following a backdrop to the floor (11/7/85; Chicago, IL)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Bobby Heenan via submission with a sleeper in a Weasel Suit match at 5:30; after the bout, Warrior stuffed the unconscious Heenan in the suit (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dusty Rhodes via referee’s decision at 12:09 when guest referee Joe Frazier stopped the bout due to a cut over the challenger’s right eye, sustained moments earlier after Rhodes was sent into the post head-first; in the event of a draw, Kyle Petty, Duke Keomuka, and Frazier would have served as judges; after the bout, Rhodes was restrained from getting at Frazier by a number of wrestlers and later had his head bandaged before leaving the ring; due to pre-match stipulations, Flair won the $1 million winner’s purse (NWA Starrcade 84 - 11/22/84; Greensboro Coliseum)
- National Tag Team Champions Arn & Ole Anderson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Chief Wahoo McDaniel & Billy Jack Haynes when Arn pinned McDaniel at 8:59 after Ole tripped Wahoo and held the leg down during the cover; only the National titles were on the line (NWA Starrcade 85 - 11/28/85; Atlanta, GA)
- AWA World Champion Jerry Lawler defeated WCCW World Champion Kerry Von Erich (w/ WCCW official Frank Dusek) to unify the titles at 18:53 when referee Marty Miller stopped the bout due to the gash over Von Erich’s eye; Von Erich had the claw applied on Lawler when the bell rang, leading many to believe he had won the match; after the bout, Von Erich left ringside with both belts (AWA Super Clash III - 12/13/88; Chicago, IL)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Hiro Matsuda) to win the title at 23:07 with an inside cradle as Flair attempted the figure-4, immediately after Steamboat failed the flying crossbody; referee Teddy Long counted the pinfall after Tommy Young had been knocked down moments earlier (2/20/89; Chicago, IL)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair fought Jay Youngblood to a time-limit draw (2/3/82; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match at 15:10 by avoiding a lunge from the challenger and escaping through the door after Snuka missed a splash off the top of the cage; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (6/28/82; Madison Square Garden)
- The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) at 11:50 to win the title when Skaaland threw in the towel as Backlund was trapped in the Camel Clutch; moments prior to the finish, Backlund attempted his roll up into a bridge but was unable to keep it applied due to his injured neck (12/26/83; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Orndorff (w/ Roddy Piper) pinned Salvatore Bellomo with a powerslam and the piledriver at 14:06 (Orndorff's MSG debut) (Piper's MSG return after nearly a 5-year absence) (1/24/84; Madison Square Garden)
- 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 (Hogan's return to MSG after a nearly 3-year absence) (1/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Bob Orton Jr. at 9:59 with a sunset flip into the ring after punching Orton’s injured left arm; moments prior to the finish, Orton seriously injured the arm after a missed charge resulted in Orton hitting the steel ring post (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Cyndi Lauper) defeated Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) via disqualification at 7:40 after Paul Orndorff, who came ringside midway through the contest, joined Piper in attacking the champion after the referee was knocked out; moments later, as Piper and Orndorff prepared to knock Cyndi Lauper off the ring apron, Mr. T - who was sitting ringside for the event - came out of his seat and into the ring where he and Hogan faced off against Piper and Orndorff until officials and police swarmed the ring; prior to the bout, Piper came to the ring wearing a Hulk Hogan t-shirt and smashed a guitar in the ring to show what he thought of rock ‘n’ roll; after the match, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T, Albano, and Lauper; Bob Costas introduced the participants prior to the contest (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)

The Life & Death of the Road Warriors (6/14/05)
- National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Joe Young & Randy Barber at 2:05 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Young with a splash following a double clothesline (Georgia Championship Wrestling – 6/11/83)
- National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Arn Anderson & ? Jones at the 55-second mark when Road Warrior Animal pinned Jones with a powerslam (Georgia Championship Wrestling – 8/7/83)
- NWA Tag Team Champions Jack & Jerry Brisco defeated National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors via count-out in a No DQ match at 9:19 when the Briscos grabbed chairs from ringside and repeatedly knocked the Road Warriors off the ring apron until the Warriors left ringside; Jim Ross & Road Warrior Animal did guest commentary for the bout (8/28/83; Atlanta, GA; Omni)
- National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Tracy Store & Mike Jackson at 2:10 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Store following a clothesline (Georgia Championship Wrestling – 12/3/83)
- The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated AWA Tag Team Champions the Crusher & Baron Von Raschke to win the titles at 11:36 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Von Raschke after Road Warrior Hawk hit the flying clothesline off the top as Von Raschke had the claw applied on Animal (8/25/84; Las Vegas, NV)
- AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Larry & Curt Hennig via disqualification at 12:15 when the challengers knocked their opponents over the top; after the bout, Larry knocked referee Jim Mitchell down with a forearm blow (4/21/85)
- AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy (w/ Buddy Roberts) via reverse decision; the challengers originally won the match and titles at 9:59 when Gordy pinned Road Warrior Animal after Hayes came off the top with a double forearm behind the referee’s back but the decision was changed after Verne Gagne had the replay shown on the big screen (AWA SuperClash 85 - 9/28/85; Chicago, IL; Comiskey Park)
- Crockett Cup 86 Tournament Finals: The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated NWA US Champion Magnum TA & Ron Garvin when Road Warrior Animal pinned Garvin with a clothesline at 9:49 after Garvin landed a right hand punch on Hawk, further injuring his taped up hand; after the contest, Mrs. Jim Crockett Sr., Jim Crockett Jr., and Bill Watts awarded the Road Warriors with their $1 million check; the bout featured special commentary from Jim Ross & Road Warrior Animal (4/19/86; New Orleans, LA; Superdome)
- The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Nikita & Ivan Koloff in a double Russian Chain Match at the 11-minute mark when Road Warrior Animal pinned Ivan after Ellering interfered and pushed Ivan off the top, causing him to crotch himself across the top rope; after the bout, the Warriors won a brawl over the Koloffs (7/5/86; Charlotte, NC; Memorial Stadium)
- The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) in a scaffold match at 7:07 after Condrey and Eaton were kicked off the scaffold; after the bout, Ellering chased Cornette up the scaffold, where Cornette eventually fell off and blew out both knees (NWA Starrcade 86 - 11/27/86; Greensboro Coliseum)
- NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) via reverse decision; the challengers originally won the match and titles at 13:24 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Anderson following the Doomsday Device but referee Tommy Young overruled Earl Hebner’s decision since he saw Animal throw Anderson over the top moments before the pinfall (NWA Starrcade 87 - 11/29/87; Chicago, IL; UIC Pavilion)
- The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) to win the titles at around the 4:30 mark when Road Warrior Animal pinned Bobby Eaton with a clothesline, immediately after Animal was sent into the corner; prior to the bout, Ellering attacked Cornette on the floor while Eaton was double teamed and had his head busted open on the outside of the ring (10/29/88; New Orleans, LA; Municipal Auditorium)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Demolition Smash & Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 4:14 after Fuji grabbed Road Warrior Hawk’s foot and knocked him off the top as Hawk prepared to hit the Doomsday Device; after the bout, the LOD won a brawl over their opponents and cleared the ring (1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- The Legion of Doom defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart in a non-title match at 12:21 when Neidhart threw his partner off the top rope onto Road Warrior Animal, who powerslammed Bret to the mat for the pinfall; after the bout, the LOD and Neidhart helped Bret back to his feet; the Hart Foundation did not come to the ring with the belts, nor were they announced as champions, because they were scheduled to lose the belts two weeks later (3/12/91; Biloxi, MS)
- The Legion of Doom defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Genichiro Tenryu via count-out at 14:03 after Hogan & Tenryu sustained chair shots during a brawl on the floor; after the bout, Hogan & Tenryu cleared the ring of their opponents but Animal eventually reentered the ring and hit referee Earl Hebner as well as several Japanese officials with a chair; the two teams were then separated by officials; an extra commentary track featured Jim Ross & Road Warrior Animal (3/30/91; Tokyo, Japan; Tokyo Dome)
- 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 (8/26/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering & Rocko) defeated Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) when Road Warrior Animal pinned Dibiase with a powerslam at 12:00 after Dibiase collided with IRS on the apron (8/29/92; London, England; Wembley Stadium)
- The Road Warriors fought WCW Tag Team Champions Sting & Lex Luger to a double count-out at 13:53 when all four men began fighting on the floor before brawling to the backstage area (2/11/96; St. Petersburg, FL; Bayfront Center)
- The Legion of Doom defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Uncle Cletus) to win the titles at 8:50 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Phinneas with the flying clothesline, as Phinneas attempted to piledrive Road Warrior Animal; moments prior to the finish, Cletus accidentally hit Henry with the horseshoe; pre-match stipulations stated that if LOD did not win the titles, they would have to retire (10/7/97; Topeka, KS; Landon Arena)

Judgment Day 05 (6/21/05)
- Nunzio pinned Akio with a crucifix at 3:29 as Akio argued with the referee over a near fall (5/22/05; Minneapolis, MN)

ECW One Night Stand (6/28/05)

Vengeance 05 (7/26/05)
- WWE World Champion John Cena, Shawn Michaels, & Hulk Hogan (mystery partner) defeated Chris Jericho, Christian, & Tyson Tomko at around the 6:30 mark when Hogan pinned Tomko with a boot to the face and the legdrop; after the bout, all three victors posed in the ring for several minutes before Cena left ringside to give the spotlight to Hogan and Michaels (6/27/05; Anaheim, CA)

Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker (8/23/05)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at 12:45 to win the title following a tombstone onto a steel chair, placed in the ring by Ric Flair (Survivor Series 91 - 11/27/91; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena)
- WWF World Champion Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) in a casket match at 14:20 after Bam Bam Bigelow, Crush, the Great Kabuki, Genichiro Tenryu, Diesel, Jeff Jarrett, Adam Bomb, and the Headshrinkers interfered; late in the bout, Fuji stole away Taker's urn but Bearer reclaimed it and hit both Fuji and Cornette with the weapon; moments later, Taker was ganged up on as the fans chanted "Luger" before Yoko hit Taker with the urn, with a green mist then pouring out of the urn after hit hit the mat; Bigelow followed with the headbutt off the top and the Headshrinkers took turns hitting a splash off the top before Taker was rolled into the casket; the heels then rolled the casket backstage until Taker's gong sounded and smoke came out of the casket; Taker then appeared on the big screen - seemingly from within the casket - and said he would not rest in peace; his image on the video wall then exploded with "the Undertaker" then being lifted into the rafters; Bearer was then shown in possession of the urn again (Marty Jannetty played the role of the Undertaker that was lifted into the air) (Taker's last TV match for 7 months) (Royal Rumble 94 - 1/22/94; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Diesel with a chokeslam and the tombstone at 16:47; during the bout, Diesel hit two consecutive powerbombs (WrestleMania XII - 3/31/96; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond)
- The Undertaker defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) in a Buried Alive match at 18:25; after the match, the Executioner attacked the Undertaker from behind with a shovel - with Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Justin Bradshaw, Goldust, Crush, Mankind, and the Executioner then burying the Undertaker; as the show was about to go off the air, a lightning bolt shot down from the ceiling before the Undertaker's hand was seen coming out of the dirt (the Executioner's surprise debut) (In Your House: Buried Alive - 10/20/96; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- WWF World Champion the Undertaker pinned Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) with the tombstone at 17:26; after the match, the champion shot a fireball into the eyes of Paul Bearer, forcing Bearer to be stretchered to an awaiting ambulance backstage (In Your House: Revenge of the Taker - 4/20/97; Rochester, NY)
- Bret Hart pinned WWF World Champion the Undertaker to win the title at 28:08 when guest referee Shawn Michaels accidentally hit Taker over the head with a steel chair Hart brought into the ring moments earlier after Hart spat in Michaels' face when Michaels confronted him about the weapon being in the ring; stipulations for the bout stated if Hart didn't win the title then he would never again wrestle in the United States and if Michaels favored Taker in his officiating then he too would not be able to compete in the US (Summer Slam 97 - 8/3/97; East Rutherford, NJ)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated the Undertaker via disqualification at 28:35 when the challenger failed to stop beating on Hart after the champion became entangled in the ropes head-first (One Night Only - 9/20/97; Birmingham, England)
- The Undertaker fought Shawn Michaels to a no contest at 16:02 when each participant beat up a referee and Hunter Hearst Helmsley & Chyna interfered on behalf of Michaels; prior to the match beginning, the Undertaker attacked the referee when he got in the way of Michaels, which led to a several minute chase throughout the ringside area until a replacement referee was sent to the ring and the match officially began; after the match, each man was held back by numerous wrestlers until the Undertaker dove over the top rope onto Michaels and a host of heel wrestlers (In Your House: Ground Zero - 9/7/97; Louisville, KY)
- WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels pinned the Undertaker at 29:56 in a non-title Hell in a Cell match after Paul Bearer and Kane came ringside, Kane ripped the door off the cage, and hit the tombstone on the Undertaker before leaving ringside; Michaels was escorted to the ring by Triple H, Chyna, and Rick Rude but all three returned backstage after the cage door was locked shut; midway through the contest, the door had to be unlocked in order to get an injured cameraman to safety (a local indy wrestler) - resulting in the two participants having a lengthy brawl outside and on top of the cage; after the contest, Triple H and Chyna helped Michaels backstage; due to prematch stipulations, Michaels earned a world title shot for the Survivor Series; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (the 1st ever HIAC; Kane's surprise debut) (In Your House: Badd Blood - 10/5/97; St. Louis, MO) - The Undertaker pinned Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) following three tombstone piledrivers; after the match, Kane hit the tombstone on the Undertaker onto a steel chair; prior to the contest, Pete Rose ran down the city of Boston until Kane entered the ring and hit the tombstone (WrestleMania XIV - 3/29/98; Boston, MA; FleetCenter)
- The Undertaker defeated Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) in an Inferno match at 16:01 after kicking Kane into the ring apron, causing Kane's arm to catch fire; late in the bout, Kane attempted to walk out of the match but was attacked in the aisle by Vader, with the Undertaker then hitting a plancha over the top onto both men; moments later, Taker stalked Bearer to the platform and knocked Bearer out with Sawyer Brown's drums; immediately after Kane's arm caught fire, he ran backstage (the first Inferno match) (Unforgiven 98 - 4/26/98; Greensboro Coliseum)
- The Undertaker pinned Mankind in a Hell in a Cell match at 17:38 with the tombstone after dropping Mankind with an electric chair and chokeslam onto a pile of thumb tacks inside the ring; the match began on the roof of the cage where, 90 seconds into the contest, Taker threw his opponent off the top through the Spanish announce table on the floor; moments later, EMTs, Terry Funk and WWF officials Vince McMahon, Sgt. Slaughter, Tony Garea, and Dave Hebner came out to check on Mankind and to load him onto a stretcher; nearly 8 minutes later, Mankind pulled himself off the stretcher and scaled the cage to continue the match; less than 20 seconds later, the Undertaker hit a chokeslam on the roof of the cage, resulting in Mankind falling through the roof, hitting the mat, and being legitly knocked out by a steel chair which fell inside the ring on top of him; EMTs and officials again swarmed the ringside area where Taker hit a chokeslam on Terry Funk in order to buy Mankind time to recover his senses; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year and named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (King of the Ring 98 - 6/28/98; Pittsburgh, PA)
- WWF World Champion the Undertaker pinned the Rock at 19:47 with the tombstone after Triple H interfered and hit the Pedigree on the challenger as Rock used the champion's own ether-soaked rag on Taker (King of the Ring 99 - 6/27/99; Greensboro Coliseum)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker in a First Blood, End of an Era match at 15:31 following a TV camera shot to the head after X-Pac interfered and kicked a chair into the challenger's face; prematch stipulations called for if Austin won, Vince McMahon would leave the WWF forever and if Taker won, Austin would never recieve a world title shot; Triple H attacked Austin after the match but the Rock made the save; Austin and Taker continued to brawl after the contest until Taker left ringside and Austin gave McMahon a goodbye handshake, just to hit the Stunner on him (Fully Loaded 99 - 7/25/99; Buffalo, NY)
- The Undertaker pinned Triple H at 18:17 with a powerbomb out of the corner; prior to the match, Motorhead performed Triple H's theme song live as he made his way to the ring (WrestleMania X7 - 4/1/01; Astrodome)
- The Undertaker pinned WWE World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title at 11:20 with a chair shot and chokeslam after Hogan attacked Vince McMahon, who came ringside late in the contest as Hogan was about to win the match (Judgment Day 02 - 5/19/02; Nashville, TN)
- WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned the Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match by reversing an attempt at the tombstone and hitting the F5 at 27:15 (No Mercy 02 - 10/20/02; Little Rock, AR)
- The Undertaker pinned John Cena at 16:06 with the powerbomb (Vengeance 03 - 7/27/03; Denver, CO)
- The Undertaker fought WWE Smackdown! World Champion Kurt Angle to a no contest at 16:53 when Brock Lesnar interfered, hit the Undertaker moments after the challenger hit the powerbomb, and brutally attacked both men with a steel chair before hitting Angle in the face with the championship belt (9/2/03; New Orleans, LA)
- Vince McMahon defeated the Undertaker in a Buried Alive Match at 11:58 when Kane attacked the Undertaker, knocked him into the grave, and allowed Vince to dump a massive amount of dirt into the grave via machinery at the gravesite (Survivor Series 03 - 11/16/03; Dallas, TX)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Kane with the tombstone at 6:56 (Taker's return match following the Survivor Series; Bearer's surprise return after a nearly 4-year absence) (WrestleMania XX - 3/14/04; Madison Square Garden)

Great American Bash 05 (8/23/05)
- Sting (w/ Rick & Scott Steiner, the Junkyard Dog, & Paul Orndorff) pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair in a No DQ match with an inside cradle as Flair attempted the figure-4 to win the title at 16:05; during the contest, Ole Anderson was handcuffed to El Gigante at ringside; late in the match, Arn Anderson, Sid Vicious, & Barry Windham came out as Flair was caught in the Scorpion Death Lock but Rick & Scott Steiner, JYD, and Orndorff scared them backstage; Jim Ross & Bob Caudle provided commentary for the bout (NWA Great American Bash 90 - 7/7/90; Baltimore Arena)

Summer Slam 05 (9/20/05)

The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior (9/27/05)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Terry Gibbs at 1:38 after a splash (Warrior's TV debut) (10/7/87; Green Bay, WI)
- The Ultimate Warrior (sub. for Brutus Beefcake) pinned WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a flying shoulder block and splash at the 27-second mark to win the title (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- 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; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Skydome)
- WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 10:06 in a steel cage match by escaping over the top (Summer Slam 90 - 8/27/90; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a retirement match at 20:46 with one foot on his chest following three flying shoulder blocks, each of which knocked Savage to the floor; midway through the bout, the Warrior kicked out after sustaining five flying elbowsmashes from Savage and, moments later, Savage kicked out of the press slam / splash combo by the Warrior; prior to the bout, Miss Elizabeth was seen sitting in the audience; after the match, Sherri threw referee Earl Hebner out of the ring, verbally berated Savage, and began kicking him until Elizabeth jumped the rail, ran ringside, and threw Sherri to the floor; moments later, Savage came to his senses and thought Elizabeth was the one who was beating on him only to quickly realize it was Sherri; after a brief pause, with Elizabeth clearly crying, Savage and Elizabeth embraced; on their way out of the ring, Savage held the ropes open for Elizabeth before taking a final bow (Elizabeth's first appearance in 9 months) (WrestleMania VII - 3/24/91; Los Angeles, CA)
2nd Disc - FYE exclusive:
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Hercules with the gorilla press slam at 12:48 (4/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) via disqualification at around the 8-minute mark when Adnan & Mustafa attacked Warrior from behind after he became distracted by the Undertaker at ringside; Paul Bearer appeared at the 5-minute mark, bringing a casket to ringside with Warrior's logos across it; late in the bout, the casket opened to reveal Taker inside; after the bout, WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan appeared and cleared Slaughter, Adnan, & Mustafa from ringside; moments later, Warrior fought off an attack from Taker, with officials holding him back after Warrior sent Taker to the floor (4/15/91; Omaha, NE)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated WWF World Champion Randy Savage via count-out after Savage attempted to hit a double axe handle off the top on Ric Flair at ringside but instead Flair hit the champion's knee with a chair on the way down; Flair and Mr. Perfect continued to attack Savage's knee after the match until Warrior made the save and carried the champion to the back; Flair and Perfect interfered late in the match, attacking both participants at different times, after convincing the two that the other had paid for Mr. Perfect's managerial services for the bout (Summer Slam 92 - 8/29/92; Wembley Stadium)

Unforgiven 05 (10/25/05)
- WWE World Champion John Cena, the Big Show, Matt Hardy, & Shawn Michaels defeated Kurt Angle, Chris Masters, Edge, & Gene Snitsky at around the 22-minute mark when all four babyfaces pinned Edge after Edge sustained Cena's Five Knuckle Shuffle and Show's chokeslam (the bout began during the commercial break) (9/19/05; Wichita Falls, TX)

Jake "The Snake" Roberts: Pick Your Poison (11/1/05)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Jake Roberts in a Snake Pit Match at 10:17 with a roll up as Roberts sat on Steamboat's chest making a nonchalant cover; Steamboat's theme music was altered for the DVD (8/28/86; Toronto CNE Stadium)
- 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; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match; an alternate commentary featured Jim Ross & Jake Roberts (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac Silverdome)
- Jake Roberts (w/ Cheryl Roberts) pinned Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) with the DDT at 12:24; after the bout, Roberts held Rude up so Cheryl could slap him twice; moments later, Roberts laid Damien on top of Rude until Rude could roll out of the ring; pre-match stipulations stated that the participants could only make the pin after they hit their respective finishing hold; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel announced that Bobby Heenan would accompany Rude but Heenan never appeared (10/24/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat & Jake Roberts defeated Jim Nelson & Mike Miller at around 5:46 when Roberts pinned Nelson with a kneelift and back suplex (9/9/81; Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling)
- Ron Garvin fought GCW TV Champion Jake Roberts (w/ Paul Ellering) to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 11:18 (12/3/83; Georgia Championship Wrestling)
- Jake Roberts pinned Lanny Poffo with the DDT at 6:49; after the bout, Roberts laid Damien on top of Poffo; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match (Roberts' MSG debut) (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:24 when Hart climbed in the ring and tackled referee Earl Hebner as Roberts was tied in the ring ropes, allowing Earthquake to twice hit the sit-down splash on Roberts' snake bag; earlier in the bout, Earthquake & Hart attempted to walk out of the match but were forced back to the ring by a second referee, who then ordered Roberts to put Damien back in the snake bag and place it underneath the ring; moments later, Earthquake grabbed the bag and threw it inside the ring; after the contest, Roberts untied the bag and looked inside to see his dead snake (3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV)
- Jake Roberts pinned Bob Werner with the DDT at the 42-second mark; after the match, Roberts got on the microphone and goaded Randy Savage, who was doing commentary, into the ring where he trapped him in the ring ropes, assaulted him, and allowed his king cobra snake to gnaw on Savage's arm; Roberts held officials at bay until Savage, delirious, was able to be pulled out of the ring; Miss Elizabeth and Roddy Piper came out to try to assist Savage during the segment (10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN)
- Sting pinned Jake Roberts in a Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal Coal Miner's Glove Match at around 10:30 by punching Roberts with the glove, causing Roberts' snake to bite Roberts in the face; Roberts' snake bag was brought out moments prior to the finish by Cactus Jack; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match (Halloween Havoc 92 - 10/25/92; Philadelphia Arena)
- Jake Roberts pinned SMW Heavyweight Champion the Dirty White Boy to win the title at 13:39 with the DDT after taking a camera from a ringside photographer and flashing it in the champion's injured eye; late in the bout, Kendo the Samurai came out and took off the champion's protective eye patch, with Tracy Smothers and Bobby Blaze then coming out to clear him from ringside; Mark Curtis was the referee for the contest; Les Thatcher & Bob Caudle did commentary for the match (5/7/94; Smoky Mountain Wrestling)
- KOTR Finals: Steve Austin pinned Jake Roberts with the Stunner at 4:28; early in the bout, WWF President Gorilla Monsoon came out to check on Roberts, after he had been injured in the semi-finals, and to see if he wanted to go through with the match or give up; Roberts opted to continue; during the coronation speech held immediately after the bout, Austin coined the phrase "Austin 3:16" as an injured Roberts was helped backstage (King of the Ring 96 - 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI)
- Jerry Lawler pinned Jake Roberts at 4:10 after jabbing him in the throat with a bottle of alcohol; prior to the bout, Mark Henry came out to do guest commentary; after the match, Lawler poured the alcohol down the dazed Roberts' throat; moments later, Henry stepped in to scare Lawler away and then helped Roberts backstage (Summer Slam 96 - 8/18/96; Cleveland, OH)
- Tommy Dreamer & Jake Roberts defeated Justin Credible & Jack Victory (w/ Jason, Mr. Right, Chasity, & Nicole Bass) at around 13:18 when both men pinned Credible after Roberts hit the DDT onto a steel ladder; mid-way through the bout, the One Man Gang & Ron Price interfered as Roberts & Dreamer attempted simultaneous DDTs; moments later, New Jack and Kronus came out with weapons to make the save; late in the contest, Dreamer hit a piledriver on Chasity and Roberts hit the DDT on Bass (November to Remember 98 - 11/1/98; New Orleans, LA)

WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology (11/1/05)

WrestleMania Vol. 1 (1-5) (11/1/05)

WrestleMania Vol. 2 (6-10) (11/1/05)

WrestleMania Vol. 3 (11-15) (11/1/05)

WrestleMania Vol. 4 (16-20) (11/1/05)

No Mercy 05 (11/8/05)

The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be (11/15/05)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid fought Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a curfew draw at 13:12 (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) fought B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell to a time-limit draw at 18:48 as Brunzell covered Hart following a dropkick (2/17/86; Madison Square Garden)
- 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)
- Bret Hart fought Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) to a double count-out at 15:59 when both men began brawling on the floor; the original commentary was edited out of the match (3/8/89; Odessa, TX)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart fought Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty to a double disqualification at around 9:30 when Demolition, who came ringside mid-way through the contest, interfered and all six men began brawling until they were pulled apart by officials; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match (4/23/90; Austin, TX)
- 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 Sports Arena)
- 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)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF IC Champion Bret Hart to win the title by blocking a sunset flip attempt at 25:11; after the match, the two along with Diana Hart Smith celebrated in the ring; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 92 - 8/29/92; Wembley Stadium)
- Bret Hart pinned Bam Bam Bigelow with a victory roll at 11:56 after kicking Bigelow in the face as he charged the corner; the original Spanish commentary was used for the match (4/24/93; Barcelona, Spain)
- KOTR Semi-Finals: Bret Hart pinned Mr. Perfect at 18:55 by reversing a small package; after the bout, Perfect reentered the ring to shake Hart's hand (King of the Ring 93 - 6/13/93; Dayton, OH)
- Owen Hart pinned Bret Hart by blocking an attempted victory roll at 20:21 (WrestleMania X - 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Owen Hart at around the 15-minute mark after Davey Boy Smith caused the challenger to crotch himself on the top rope; Smith came ringside mid-way through the bout moments after Jim Neidhart did the same; this was deemed Owen's last shot at the title (9/28/94; White Plains, NY)
- Bret Hart pinned Hakushi (w/ Shinja) at 14:41 with a reverse roll up out of a waist lock (the end of Hakushi's 6-month undefeated streak) (In Your House #1 - 5/14/95; Syracuse, NY)
- Bret Hart pinned WWF World Champion Diesel in a No DQ, No Count-Out, No Time Limit match to win the title at 24:51 with an inside cradle as the champion attempted the powerbomb; moments earlier, Diesel sent the challenger from the ring apron into the Spanish commentary table, breaking it in half; after the match, Diesel knocked down referee Earl Hebner and hit the powerbomb on Hart; moments later, Diesel struck a number of officials and hit a second powerbomb on the new champion; before leaving the ring, the former champion could be heard saying, "I'm back!"; due to pre-match stipulations, Hart would defend the title the following month against Davey Boy Smith at In Your House (Survivor Series 95 - 11/19/95; Landover, MD)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette & Diana Hart Smith) at 21:09 with an Oklahoma side roll after kicking the challenger in the face as he ran towards the corner (In Your House #5 - 12/17/95; Hershey, PA)
- Bret Hart defeated Steve Austin in a submission match at 22:03 when guest referee Ken Shamrock stopped the match after Austin passed out while in the Sharpshooter after being hit in the head with the timekeeper's bell; after the match, Shamrock held Hart off from further attacking Austin; moments thereafter, Austin hit the Stunner on an offical who attempted to help him to his feet and walked backstage under his own power (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and Pro Wrestling Illustrated) (WrestleMania 13 - 3/23/97; Chicago, IL; Rosemont Horizon)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated the Undertaker via disqualification at 28:35 when the challenger failed to stop beating on Hart after the champion became entangled in the ropes head-first (One Night Only - 9/20/97; Birmingham, England)
- Bret Hart defeated WCW TV Champion Chris Benoit via submission with the Sharpshooter in a non-title match at around the 32-minute mark; Harley Race was the guest ring announcer for the contest; both men dedicated the match to the memory of Owen Hart, who died in the same arena less than 5 months earlier; prior to the match beginning, Benoit came to the ring wearing a shirt featuring Owen; after the bout, Hart and Benoit embraced out of respect and left the ring together (WCW Monday Nitro - 10/4/99; Kansas City, MO; Kemper Arena)

Taboo Tuesday (11/29/05)

Survivor Series 05 (12/27/05)

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