DVD RESULTS

2006

Raw Homecoming

Armageddon 05 (1/17/06)
- Jamie Noble defeated Sho Funaki via submission with a dragon sleeper at 3:30 (12/18/05; Providence, RI)

20 Years Too Soon: Superstar Billy Graham (1/17/06)
- Superstar Billy Graham (w/ Ivan Koloff) pinned Armando Rodriguez with an elbow to the face at 1:27 (AWA All Star Wrestling – 8/25/73)
- Superstar Billy Graham pinned Angel Rivera with a bodyslam at the 40-second mark; prior to the bout, Graham defeated Rivera in an arm wrestling contest (AWA All Star Wrestling – 10/6/73)
- Superstar Billy Graham pinned WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) to win the title at 13:43 with a leg pick up and putting both feet on the top rope for leverage (4/30/77; Baltimore, MD)
- WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham defeated Ivan Putski via count-out at 18:01 after the challenger was backdropped to the floor; prior to the bout, McMahon interviewed the champion inside the ring; the Grand Wizard escorted the champion to the ring before the match (8/29/77; Madison Square Garden)
- WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham pinned Dusty Rhodes in a Texas Death Match at 9:12 by placing one hand on the challenger’s chest after both men collided; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Rhodes inside the ring; the Grand Wizard escorted the champion to the ring before the match; after the contest, Rhodes hit three Bionic Elbows on Graham and threw him to the floor, not realizing the match had ended (10/24/77; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund fought Superstar Billy Graham to a double disqualification at 10:14 when referee Danny Davis threw the match out after being knocked down by the participants, with both men brawling their way backstage moments thereafter (11/22/82; Madison Square Garden)

2005 Collector's Edition Boxset (2/7/06)

New Year's Revolution 06 (2/7/06)

Bloodsport: ECW's Most Violent Matches (2/7/06)
- Cactus Jack & Mikey Whipwreck defeated ECW Tag Team Champions Public Enemy to win the titles at 14:04 when Mikey pinned Rocco Rock with a roll up after Cactus caused Rocco to crotch himself on the top rope as Rocco attempted the Flyby (8/27/94; ECW Arena)
- Terry Funk & the Sandman (w/ Woman) defeated ECW World Champion Shane Douglas & Cactus Jack at 12:57 when Funk pinned Cactus following a piledriver onto a flaming branding iron; after the bout, Douglas cleared the ring with Sandman's Singapore cane and checked on Cactus (3/18/95; ECW Arena)
- Axl Rotten pinned Ian Rotten in a Taipai Death Match at 9:13 with a splash after backdropping Ian onto a pile of thumbtacks; the match originally ended at the 1:30 mark when referee Bill Alphonso stopped the bout after Ian began trickling blood from his forehead; moments later, the Gangstas and Public Enemy brawled into the aisle, with all four men and Alphonso eventually going backstage with a host of security guards and police; Todd Gordon then came out to the ring and said since Alphonso was gone the match would continue with a new referee (ECW Hardcore Heaven 95 - 7/1/95; ECW Arena)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Psychosis in a Mexican Death Match at 11:46 when Psychosis was unable to get back into the ring within the referee's 10-count after he was pinned following a flying hurricanrana onto a steel chair near the entrance stage; Mysterio's WWE music was edited into the match (ECW November to Remember 95 - 11/18/95; ECW Arena)
- Shane Douglas defeated ECW TV Champion Chris Jericho, 2 Cold Scorpio, and Pitbull #2 (w/ Francine) in an elimination match to win the title at 39:37; Scorpio pinned Jericho at 27:02 with a tombstone and the Tumble Weed; Pitbull #2 pinned Scorpio with the Super Bomb at 31:36; Douglas pinned Pitbull #2 with the belly to belly suplex; during the final moments of the match, Francine turned on Pitbull #2 and revealed a "Franchise" thong; Pitbull #1 then came out with the Pitbulls eventually hitting the Super Bomb on Francine through a table in the ring before the finish (ECW Heatwave 96 - 7/13/96; ECW Arena)
- Tommy Dreamer (w/ Beulah McGillicutty & Kimona) pinned Brian Lee in a weapons match at 9:02 with a DDT onto a STOP sign after interference from Beulah and Kimona; after the bout, the Bruise Brothers helped Lee triple team Dreamer, with Lee eventually dropping Dremer with a chokeslam from the top of the stage through three tables set up in the aisle (ECW Hardcore Heaven 96 - 6/22/96; ECW Arena)
- Sabu defeated Rob Van Dam in a stretcher match at 23:22 when RVD was placed on a stretcher and taken backstage after hitting a somersault splash off the top onto the stretcher on the floor but missing Sabu (ECW The Doctor is In - 8/3/96; ECW Arena)
- Terry Funk defeated Stevie Richards (w/ the Blue Meanie, Nova, & ?) and the Sandman in an elimination match at 19:09; Funk & Sandman pinned Richards at 15:41 with a spike powerbomb; Funk pinned Sandman with a moonsault after Richards superkicked Sandman as he had a trashcan over his head; due to pre-match stipulations, Funk earned an immediate title match against ECW World Champion Raven; Tommy Dreamer, with Beulah McGillicutty, did guest commentary for the bout alongside Joey Styles (ECW Barely Legal 97 - 4/13/97; ECW Arena)
- Terry Funk pinned ECW World Champion Raven to win the title with an inside cradle at 7:20; late in the bout, Reggie Bennett interfered on behalf of the champion and dropped Funk with a sit-down powerbomb; moments later, Raven grabbed the mic and said he would put Funk through three tables and end his career right in front of Dreamer; Big Dick Dudley then appeared on the stage behind Dreamer at the commentary table and attempted to chokeslam Dreamer through the three tables set up below but Dreamer knocked Big Dick off the stage and through the tables before going to the ring and dropping Raven with the DDT; after the match, Funk celebrated with Funk (ECW Barely Legal 97 - 4/13/97; ECW Arena)
- Sabu (w/ Bill Alphonso) pinned ECW World Champion Terry Funk to win the title in a barbed wire match at 20:40 after wrapping himself in barbed wire and hitting a legdrop on top of Funk, also wrapped in barbed wire, through a table on the floor; the pinfall came a couple minutes later after both men pulled themselves back inside the ring and were connected by the barbed wire; Funk attacked Alphonso during the bout with the barbed wire; late in the match, Rob Van Dam attacked Funk on behalf of the challenger but was dropped with a DDT onto a trash can lid by Tommy Dreamer and carried backstage; after the bout, medics and Tommy Dreamer attended to thw two men in an attempt to cut them apart (ECW Born to Be Wired - 8/9/97; ECW Arena)
- Tommy Dreamer & Beulah McGillicutty (w/ New Jack, Axl Rotten, & Balls Mahoney) defeated Rob Van Dam & Bill Alphonso in a mixed tag team match at around the 6-minute mark when Beulah pinned Alphonso with a hurricanrana; the match was wrestled as Beulah vs. Alphonso since Dreamer was injured before the match began (ECW As Good As it Gets - 9/20/97; ECW Arena)
- FTW Champion Taz defeated Bam Bam Bigelow in a non-title falls count anywhere death match via submission with the Tazmission at 13:20 after both men fell through the ramp following a DDT from Taz; ECW World Champion Shane Douglas did guest commentary for the bout with Joey Styles; Taz' original theme was altered to his WWE music for the match (ECW Heatwave 98 - 8/2/98; Dayton, OH)
- ECW World Champion Taz pinned Shane Douglas at around the 14-minute mark following a Tazmission Plex through a table laid against the corner; Douglas wore a cast on his right arm for the match (ECW House Party 96 - 1/16/99; ECW Arena)
- ECW Tag Team Champions Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley (w/ Joel Gertner & Sign Guy Dudley) defeated Spike Dudley & Balls Mahoney in a falls count anywhere match at 12:35 when both champions pinned Mahoney following a spike powerbomb through a flaming table set up in the ring (6/17/99; Villa Park, IL)
- ECW World Champion Mike Awesome (w/ Judge Jeff Jones) pinned Spike Awesome at 14:13 following an Awesome Bomb off the top through a table set up in the ring (ECW Guilty as Charged 00 - 1/9/00; Birmingham, AL)
- The Sandman defeated Rhino (w/ Steve Corino & Jack Victory) via disqualification at around the 5-minute mark when Tajiri interfered and sprayed green mist into Sandman's eyes, moments after the Sandman fought off Corino & Victory; after the bout, Rhino hit the Gore on Sandman through a table set against the corner, with Super Crazy then making the save and clearing the ring (2/25/00; Milwaukee, WI)
- Super Crazy defeated Little Guido (w/ Sal E. Graziano) and Tajiri in an elimination match at 8:41; Tajiri pinned Guido with a brainbuster at 5:21; Crazy pinned Tajiri with a springboard moonsault (2/25/00; Milwaukee, WI)
- Tommy Dreamer defeated CW Anderson in an I Quit Match at 14:09 following a Spicolli Driver off the top through a table with Dreamer then taking a cable from the table, wrapping it around Anderson's eyes, and pulling back (ECW Guilty as Charged 01 - 1/7/01; Hammerstein Ballroom)
- Mike Awesome pinned Masato Tanaka at 9:51 with a pinfall on the floor after hitting an Awesome Bomb over the top through a table set up outside the ring and then diving over the top onto his opponent; after the bout, Awesome laid out the referee (ECW One Night Stand 05 - 6/12/05; Hammerstein Ballroom)

Divas Do New York (2/21/06)

Royal Rumble 06 (2/28/06)

No Way Out 06 (3/21/06)

WrestleMania 22 (5/23/06)

Backlash 06 (5/30/06)

ECW Collectors Pack (5/30/06)

The World's Greatest Wrestling Managers (6/6/06)
- Arnold Skaaland defeated Lou Albano via count-out at 4:35 when Albano walked out of the match after losing his foreign object and being bloodied by Skaaland (12/19/77; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Gange pinned Bobby Heenan in a weasel suit match with a tackle from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Wally Karbo instructed the ring announcer that either Heenan put the suit on or be suspended indefinately; moments later, Gagne put Heenan in a sleeper before he, the referee, and Karbo put Heenan in the suit (joined in progress) (8/17/80; St. Paul, MN)
- Jim Cornette defeated Paul E. Dangerously in a tuxedo match at around the 6:30 mark after kicking Dangerously's powder into his own face; Jim Ross & Bob Caudle were on commentary for the match (NWA Great American Bash 89 - 7/23/89; Baltimore Arena)

DeGeneration X (6/6/06)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Mankind with the superkick at 11:00 after Rick Rude hit Mankind in the head with a chair; Rude came ringside late in the match, making his debut as Michaels' "insurance policy"; Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Chyna came ringside earlier in the bout; after the match, the Undertaker came out before Paul Bearer appeared on the Titantron and reminded Taker that Kane was on his way (Rude's surprise return to the WWF after a 7-year absence) (8/11/97; Biloxi, MS)
- The Undertaker & Mankind defeated Shawn Michaels (w/ Rick Rude) & Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification after Michaels hit Taker twice in the head with a steel chair, busting him open (8/18/97; Atlantic City, NJ)
- Triple H pinned WWF World & European Champion Shawn Michaels to win the European title at 1:17 when Michaels laid down as the challenger ran the ropes and hit a faux splash for the pin; after the bout, Michaels pretended to cry over the loss; the match was to have occured at the start of the second hour of the broadcast but Owen Hart attacked Triple H in the aisle, with Sgt. Slaughter coming out to send Hart backstage; the match was made by Commissioner Slaughter in order to destroy DX from the inside (12/11/97; Lowell, MA)
- Owen Hart defeated WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Chyna) via disqualification at 10:14 when Triple H, who came ringside early in the bout on crutches, broke a crutch over the challenger's head as Michaels was caught in the Sharpshooter; after the bout, Michaels and Triple H double teamed Hart using the crutch (12/29/97; Long Island, NY)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ WWF European Champion Triple H & Chyna) defeated the Undertaker in a casket match at 20:35; late in the bout, the challenger hit a jumping tombstone to put Michaels in the casket but the referee was immediately knocked out by Triple H, allowing the New Age Outlaws and Los Boricuas to come out, only for Kane to make an appearance and clear the ring of the interfering parties; after clearing the ring, Kane attacked the Undertaker and chokeslammed him into the casket, which was immeidately closed by Michaels (Royal Rumble 98 - 1/18/98; San Jose, CA)
- Steve Austin, WWF European Champion Owen Hart, Cactus Jack, & Terry Funk defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna), Savio Vega (sub. for WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels), & WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn in an unsanctioned match when Austin pinned Road Dogg with the Stunner; after the bout, Austin hit Chyna with the Stunner as well (No Way Out of Texas - 2/15/98; Houston, TX)
- Triple H defeated WWF European Champion Owen Hart to win the title in an impromptu match when the referee stopped the bout; Owen was wearing an air casket on his ankle, following an injury sustained two weeks prior on Raw, and had been doing color commentary before he was goaded into the match by Helmsley (3/16/98; Phoenix, AZ)

American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story (6/6/06)
- Dusty Rhodes & Dick Murdoch defeated Dick the Bruiser & the Crusher via disqualification after the Bruiser hit Rhodes over the head with a steel chair as all four men were brawling outside the ring; after the bout, both the Crusher & the Bruiser applied the stomach claw on their opponents inside the ring (3/9/73; Chicago Amphitheatre)
- Dick the Bruiser & the Crusher defeated Dusty Rhodes & Dick Murdoch in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Rhodes pinned Crusher following a stomp by both men off the middle turnbuckle; fall #2: Crusher pinned Rhodes after a punch; fall #3: Bruiser pinned Murdoch with a stomp off the middle turnbuckle; Steve Romero, Mike Graham, & Dusty Rhodes provided commentary for the bout (3/24/73)
- Billy Robinson & Don Muraco defeated Dusty Rhodes & Dick Murdoch in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Rhodes submitted to an abdominal stretch from Muraco at 5:47; fall #2: Muraco was counted-out at 6:38 after Rhodes rammed Muraco head-first into the ring post; after the fall, an injured Muraco was helped backstage with Robinson wrestling the last fall himself; fall #3: Robinson pinned Murdoch at 2:51 with a backbreaker after avoiding a suplex; after the bout, Murdoch dropkicked Robinson to the floor, hit a brainbuster on the floor, and Rhodes followed with a kneedrop from the apron; Roger Kent provided commentary for the match (AWA - 10/6/73)
- Eddie & Mike Graham defeated Dusty Rhodes & Pak Song (w/ Gary Hart) via count-out when Rhodes began battling Song on the floor after Song accidentally struck his partner earlier in the match; after the bout, Rhodes was double teamed by Song and Hart until Graham made the save; moments later, Rhodes and Graham shook hands, with Rhodes then taking the mic and bringing several young fans into the ring; Gordon Solie & Dusty Rhodes provided commentary for the bout (5/14/74; Tampa, FL; Ft. Homer Hesterly Armory)
- NWA World Champion Terry Funk defeated Dusty Rhodes via reverse decision; Rhodes originally won the match and title with the Bionic elbow but the original referee, who was knocked down moments earlier, overruled the call since he saw Rhodes dump Funk over the top rope; after the bout, Rhodes attacked Funk until the Missouri Mauler, who interfered in the match on the behalf of Funk, assaulted Rhodes from behind; Gordon Solie & Dusty Rhodes provided commentary for the bout (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- NWA World Champion Harley Race pinned Dusty Rhodes in a lumberjack match after Rhodes fought off an interfering Eric the Red until Rocky King hit the challenger with a foreign object, moments after Rhodes hit a piledriver on Race outside the ring; in addition to Eric the Red and King, lumberjacks for the match included Wahoo McDaniel, Rocky Johnson, Mr. Saito, Ali Bey, and Pak Song; Gordon Solie provided commentary for the match (St. Petersburg, FL; Bayfront Center)
- Dusty Rhodes defeated WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham via count-out at 15:55 after Graham was backdropped over the top to the floor; prior to the bout, Graham was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard; after the match, Rhodes celebrated with the title belt and put it around his waist until it was taken away by the referee; after the decision was announced, the crowd chanted "Bullshit" until Rhodes grabbed the mic and said "Superstar, I came a long way to whip your ass. Now come out here, baby!" (9/26/77; Madison Square Garden)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned Stan Stasiak with the Bionic elbow at 11:22 (12/19/77; Madison Square Garden)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned Johnny Rodz with the Bionic elbow at 5:05 (12/20/77; Philadelphia, PA)
- Dusty Rhodes defeated Superstar Billy Graham in a No DQ bullrope match at 6:28 via count-out after Rhodes hit Graham with the cowbell knocking him to the floor; Chief Jay Strongbow was the special referee for the bout and gave Graham a fast 8-count after he fell outside the ring; the stipulations for the bout said the wrestlers had an 8-count to return to the ring instead of the usual 10 or 20; prior to the match, Graham was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard; Steve Romero, Dusty Rhodes, & Mike Graham provided alternate commentary for the bout (8/28/78; Madison Square Garden)
- NWA World Champion Harley Race defeated Dusty Rhodes when the referee stopped the match at 13:18 after Rhodes began bleeding from the forehead and lost his vision to the point that he fell out of the ring; after the match, the fans chanted "bullshit" before Race hit Rhodes in the head with the title belt (12/17/79; Madison Square Garden)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA World Champion Harley Race to win the title with a crossbody off the top; after the match, many fans and wrestlers as well as NWA President Jim Crockett congratulated Rhodes in the ring; moments later, Race shook Rhodes' hand; Gordon Solie provided commentary for the bout (6/21/81; Atlanta Omni)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Baby Doll) in a non-sanctioned steel cage match to win the title at 11:30 with a piledriver; after the bout, Magnum TA, Manny Fernandez, and several other wrestlers came out to congratulate the new champion; due to pre-match stipulations, Rhodes won possession of Baby Doll for 30 days; there was no commentary for the match (7/6/85; Charlotte Memorial Coliseum)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair with an inside cradle to win the title in a steel cage match at 21:04; Steve Romero, Dusty Rhodes, & Mike Graham provided commentary for the match (7/26/86; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA US Champion Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) in a steel cage match to win the title at 16:24 with a DDT onto a steel chair thrown over the top and into the cage by Dillon; pre-match stipulations stated if Rhodes lost he couldn't wrestle for 90 days; Johnny Weaver was in possession of the cage key until late in the match when he was knocked down by Dillon outside the ring; Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the match (NWA Starrcade 87 - 11/26/87; Chicago, IL; UIC Pavilion)
- NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes & the Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Powers of Pain (w/ Paul Jones) in a non-sanctioned barbed wire match when Road Warrior Animal pinned the Warlord at around the 4-minute mark after hitting a powerslam and the Barbarian accidentally hitting his partner with a diving headbutt when Animal moved out of the way; Animal wore a protective mask for the match to protect an eye injury sustained at the hands of the Powers of Pain but the POP removed the mask after the match and assaulted him until Rhodes made the save; the ring ropes were wrapped in barbed wire for the match; Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the bout (NWA Clash of the Champions #1 - 3/27/88; Greensboro Coliseum)
- NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes pinned Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) with a crossbody off the top at 6:38 after punching Jones on the floor; Kevin Sullivan cut an insert promo during the match regarding Rhodes; Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the match and Jim Ross was the ring announcer (3/31/88; Spartanburg, SC)
- Sting & Dusty Rhodes fought NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) to a double disqualification at 11:01 after both challengers shoved referee Teddy Long, with NWA US Champion Barry Windham then running out, attacking Rhodes, and applying the claw hold outside the ring; after the bell rang, NWA World Champion Ric Flair came out as well and with the champions triple teamed Sting inside the ring; Tony Schiavone & Bob Caudle provided commentary for the match (NWA Clash of the Champions #2 - 6/8/88; Miami, FL; Knight Center)
- Sting & Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) via disqualification at 11:16 when Ellering prevented referee Tommy Young from making the count after Sting hit a crossbody off the top onto Road Warrior Animal; after the bout, Sting & Rhodes cleared the ring of the champions (NWA Starrcade 88 - 12/26/88; Norfolk Scope)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 9:36 with the Bionic Elbow after Hart accidentally hit Honky over the head with the guitar; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match (Summer Slam 89 - 8/28/89; Meadowlands)
- Dusty Rhodes, Brutus Beefcake, Tito Santana, & the Red Rooster defeated the Big Bossman (w/ Slick), the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart), Bad News Brown (sub. for Akeem), & Rick Martel in an elimination match at 22:04; Martel pinned Santana at 9:44 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage; Bad News was counted-out at 15:27 when he walked out of the match after accidentally being struck by the Bossman; Beefcake pinned Honky at 17:26 with a high knee to the face; Beefcake pinned Martel at 20:15 with a roll up after the referee caught Martel trying to hold onto the ropes following a sunset flip into the ring by Beefcake; Bossman pinned the Rooster with the sidewalk slam at 21:00; Rhodes pinned Bossman with a crossbody after avoiding a clothesline; after the match, Bossman hit both Beefcake and Rhodes with his nightstick before handcuffing Rhodes to the middle ring rope and assaulting him with the weapon; moments later, Beefcake cleared the ring with his cutting shears; during the bout, the woman who would later be known as Sapphire was seen in the crowd cheering for Rhodes' team; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match (Survivor Series 89 - 11/23/89; Rosemont Horizon)
- Dusty Rhodes & Sapphire (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri at 7:31 when Sapphire pinned Sherri with a roll up after Elizabeth shoved Sherri as Sherri grabbed at her on the floor; prior to the bout, Rhodes introduced Elizabeth to be in his and Sapphire's corner; after the bout, Rhodes stole Savage's sceptor before dancing in the ring with Sapphire and Elizabeth (Miss Elizabeth's surprise return after a 3-month absence) (the first man-woman tag team match) (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Toronto Skydome)
- Ted Dibiase & Virgil defeated Dusty & Dustin Rhodes when Virgil pinned Dustin at 8:51 after Dibiase dropped Dustin with a powerslam behind the referee's back as the referee was distracted by Dusty and the Honkytonk Man arguing at the announce table (11/24/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned Steve Corino (w/ Jack Victory) in a bullrope match at 10:14 with the Bionic elbow after taping the cowbell to Corino's head and then hitting him over the head with a steel chair; Joey Styles & Cyrus did commentary for the match (ECW Living Dangerously 00 - 3/12/00; Danbury, CT)
- Dusty & Dustin Rhodes defeated Ric Flair & Jeff Jarrett at 9:57 in a Kiss My Ass match when Dustin pinned Flair with a cradle after Flair and Jarrett collided in the ring; prior to the bout, referee Charles Robinson ejected Road Warrior Animal from ringside; Flair wrestled the match in street clothes after unsucessfully trying to get out of having to wrestle; after the bout, Dusty gave Jarrett the Stinkface in the corner (WCW Greed - 3/18/01; Jacksonville, FL)

Judgment Day 06 (6/30/06)

ECW One Night Stand 06 (7/11/06)
- The Big Show won a 20-man WWE / ECW battle royal by last eliminating Randy Orton at 14:20 after hitting the chokeslam; the match originally ended at 13:32 when Orton eliminated Kurt Angle, seemingly giving the WWE team the victory as both Orton and Show were left in the ring; moments later, Show ripped off his Raw shirt to reveal an ECW shirt underneath; order of elimination: Mark Henry by Angle & Little Guido at the 14-second mark; Matt Hardy by Terry Funk & Justin Credible at the 47-second mark; Guido by Show via a punch off the apron at 1:19; Tatanka by Dreamer at 1:32; Carlito Caribbean Cool by Sandman via a dropkick off the apron at 1:44; Tony Mamaluke by Edge via a hiptoss over the top at 1:56; Dreamer by Orton & Edge at 2:07; Funk by Edge & Finlay at 6:03; Credible by Finlay at 6:19; Al Snow by WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin via a kick to the head after Benjamin avoided being hit with Head at 6:49; Stevie Richards by WWE US Champion Bobby Lashley at 7:01; Balls Mahoney by Lashley at 7:16; Lashley by Angle at 7:21; Sandman by Orton at 11:26; Benjamin by Angle at 11:39; Finlay by Angle via a catapult at 13:11; Edge by Angle via a belly to belly suplex over the top at 13:26 as Edge attempted the spear; Angle by Orton at 13:32; Edge spent the majority of the match outside the ring, interfering only long enough to eliminate someone near the ropes (6/7/06; Dayton, OH)

Vengeance 06 (7/25/06)
- Triple H fought WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Mikey, Kenny, Johnny, Nicky, & Mitch to a no contest in a gauntlet match at around the 7-minute mark; Vince McMahon watched the match from the entrance stage and after every few minutes ordered a new member of the Spirit Squad to come out and gang up on Triple H; after ordering out Mitch, Mitch was knocked onto the stage by the returning Shawn Michaels, who then superkicked Mitch before running to the ring and aiding Triple H clear the ring; moments later, both Michaels and Triple H gave multiple crotch chops to McMahon before Triple H pulled down his tights and mooned him (6/12/06; State College, PA)
- John Cena fought WWE / ECW World Champion Rob Van Dam to a no contest at 10:47 when Edge attacked Cena as RVD was caught in the STFU, hit a DDT on Cena, and speared the champion (6/26/06; Fayetteville, NC)

Great American Bash 06 (8/22/06)

Mr. McMahon (8/22/06)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought Vince McMahon (w/ Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco, & Sgt. Slaughter) to a no contest; following Vince's entrance, Shane McMahon came out to try to talk his father out of the match, without success; after the ring entrances, Vince took the mic and challenged Austin to wrestle the title match with one arm tied behind his back, since Austin noted earlier in the show that he could beat Vince in that situation; after Austin agreed to the stipulation, Brisco tied his arm up; several moments later, as Austin and McMahon finally squared off, Mick Foley then came out as Dude Love and said he wanted to bring peace; Dude then entered the ring and told Austin not to fight Vince since he signs Dude's checks, then telling McMahon that Austin could take him out whenever he wanted; McMahon responded by shoving Dude to the mat, with Dude then going after McMahon with the Mandible Claw until Austin intervened, with Dude putting the Claw on Austin instead; Dude then danced as McMahon and his entourage left the ring, with Dude then further assaulting Austin; McMahon yelled at Dude, upset that he interrupted the match, and then attempted to enter the ring but was held back by Shane and the others; Dude then reapplied the Claw before taking the mic and challenging McMahon to a fight as well; moments later, Dude went out to the floor and brawled with Austin, his arm still tied, before ramming Austin into the guardrail and assaulting him on the announce table (McMahon's in-ring debut) (4/13/98; Philadelphia, PA)
- Steve Austin defeated Vince McMahon in a steel cage match at 7:52 after Paul Wight, who came up through the canvas, threw Austin into the cage - which swung open from the force - and Austin dropped to the floor for the win; Austin originally won the match after knocking McMahon from the top of the cage through the Spanish announce table - leaving McMahon unable to continue - but Austin argued that the match never officially began and he wasn't done with McMahon anyway; Austin put his world title shot at WrestleMania on the line to get the bout (Wight's surprise debut) (St. Valentine's Day Massacre - 2/14/99; Memphis, TN)
- Vince & Shane McMahon defeated Steve Austin in a ladder match at 17:11 when Shane grabbed the briefcase after pushing both Austin and his father off; prior to the bout, Vince introduced Steve Blackman as Shane's replacement but moments later GTV showed Shane and the Mean Street Posse backstage, gloating over convincing Shawn Michaels that Shane was unable to compete; moments later, Michaels forced Shane to wrestle and ordered Blackman backstage and if either man refused the order he would disqualify Vince and award the match to Austin then and there; Austin had the match won moments earlier bur the chord that attached to the briefcase was raised, taking it out of arm's reach until it was later lowered for the McMahons; due to pre-match stipulations, Vince & Shane won 100% control of the WWF (King of the Ring 99 - 6/27/99; Greensboro Coliseum)
- 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)
- Shane McMahon pinned Vince McMahon (w/ Stephanie McMahon) in a streetfight at 14:12 following the Van Terminator off the top rope into a trash can; late in the match, Trish Stratus came out, pushing a sedated Linda McMahon to ringside in a wheelchair, helped Vince up on the floor, and slapped him; moments later, Trish and Stephanie fought in and out of the ring resulting in Trish stalking Stephanie backstage; moments later, Vince dragged Linda into the ring and assaulted Shane with a number of trash cans until Linda sat up and hit a low blow on Vince, proving she was never sedated and it was a set up all along; moments later, guest referee Mick Foley assaulted Vince in the corner, allowing Shane to set Vince up for the finish; prior to the bout, Shane acknowledged the WCW stars in the skybox, among them Stacy Keibler, Sean O'Haire, Lance Storm, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Hugh Morrus, Mark Jindrak, Mike Awesome, Shawn Stasiak, and several others (WrestleMania X-7 - 4/1/01; Reliant Astrodome)
- Ric Flair defeated Vince McMahon in a streetfight at 14:54 via submission with the figure-4 after hitting McMahon over the head with a lead pipe; Flair's children Reid and Megan were shown at ringside during the match; early in the bout, Vince stole Megan's camera to take a photo of a bloody Flair, with Flair later holding a bloody Vince and biting his head while Megan took a photo (Royal Rumble 02 - 1/20/02; Atlanta, GA)
- Hulk Hogan pinned Vince McMahon in a streetfight at 20:49 with three legdrops after assaulting McMahon's referee Sylvan Grenier; mid-way through the bout, McMahon climbed a ladder on the floor and hit a legdrop on Hogan through the Spanish announce table; moments later, a man wearing all black entered the ring, quickly revealed himself to be Roddy Piper, kicked and spat on both men as they were down in the ring, and eventually hit Hogan in the head with a steel pipe before leaving the ring; after the bout, Shane McMahon came out to check on his father as Hogan played to the fans; Hogan's "Voodoo Child" theme song was replaced with "Real American" for the DVD (Piper's surprise return after a 7 year absence; Shane McMahon's surprise return after more than a year) (WrestleMania XIX - 3/30/03; SafeCo Field)
- Vince McMahon (w/ Sable) defeated Stephanie McMahon (w/ Linda McMahon) in an I Quit match at 9:24 when Linda threw in the towel as Vince was choking Stephanie with a pipe; due to pre-match stipulations, Stephanie lost her GM role on Smackdown!; had Vince lost, he would have lost his CEO position in the WWE; stipulations of the bout stated Stephanie could also win via pinfall; after the match, Vince grabbed Linda by her face and shoved her to the mat (No Mercy 03 - 10/19/03; Baltimore, MD)
- 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 History of the WWE Championship (9/5/06)
- US Champion Pedro Morales pinned WWWF World Champion Ivan Koloff to win the title at 23:18 kicking off the top turnbuckle as Koloff had him in a waist lock, with both men falling backwards and having their shoulders down, but Morales lifting his at the count of 2; after the bout, Bruno Sammartino came out to congratulate Morales on his win; Jim Ross provided commentary for the bout (2/8/71; Madison Square Garden)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) fought Killer Kowalski to a no contest at 24:15 when the two men began brawling around the ring after the champion began bleeding from the face; after the bout, Chief Jay Strongbow, Pedro Morales, and another wrestler pulled the two men apart (4/29/74; Madison Square Garden)
- Superstar Billy Graham pinned WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) to win the title at 13:43 with a leg pick up and putting both feet on the top rope for leverage (4/30/77; Baltimore, MD)
- Bob Backlund pinned WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham to win the title at 15:51 with the atomic drop, even though the champion's foot was on the bottom rope during the pinfall; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year; Craig DeGeorge, Bobby Heenan, and Johnny V provided commentary for the bout; their commentary was taken from the 1987 History of the WWF Heavyweight Title VHS (2/20/78; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated Greg Valentine in a steel cage match by escaping out the door after hitting a piledriver; Craig DeGeorge, Bobby Heenan, and Johnny V provided commentary for the bout; their commentary was taken from the 1987 History of the WWF Heavyweight Title VHS (1/16/82; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated Sgt. Slaughter (w/ the Grand Wizard) via disqualification at 16:53 when Slaughter hit the champion with his riding crop, handed to him by the Grand Wizard, as he was caught in the Crossface Chicken Wing; after the bout, Slaughter shoved referee Dick Kroll to the floor before Backlund sent Slaughter to the floor after a backdrop (5/23/83; 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 ramming the champion back-first against the turnbuckle to escape the Camel Clutch (Hogan's return to MSG after a nearly 3-year absense) (1/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:18 by escaping over the top after kicking Bundy from the cage to the mat; after the match, Hogan chased Heenan inside the cage, threw him into the cage bars, and hit an atomic drop which sent Heenan out the door; Tommy LaSorda was the guest ring announcer for the bout; Robert Conrad was the guest referee; Ricky Schroder was the guest timekeeper (the debut of the blue bar steel cage) (WrestleMania 2 - 4/7/86; Los Angeles Sports Arena)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff (w/Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:42 by exiting over the top after hitting the legdrop on the challenger and sending an interfering Heenan into the cage; both men simultaneously left the cage from opposite sides of the ring earlier in the bout and the winner was inconclusive so the match continued (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/14/86; Hartford, CT)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned 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)
- Andre the Giant (w/ Ted Dibaise & Virgil) pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at 9:05 to win the title even though Hogan's shoulder came up before the three count; Ted Dibiase paid off Earl Hebner to fill in for his twin brother Dave as the referee for the match; moments later, Gene Okerlund interviewed Andre from the ring apron in which Andre surrendered the title over to Dibiase; after the bout, Dibiase put the championship belt on as Dave Hebner ran into the ring and argued with the other referee, who looked exactly like him; the other referee then knocked Dave to the floor, with Hogan then tossing the other over the top rope and onto Dibiase and Virgil; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Earl Hebner's surprise debut) (The Main Event - 2/5/88; Indianapolis, IN)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion Randy Savage to win the title at 17:54 after suffering the flying elbow, Hulking up, and hitting the leg drop for the win; Miss Elizabeth was in a neutral corner for the match until she was eventually sent backstage late in the contest (WrestleMania V - 4/2/89; Atlantic City, NJ)
- 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 (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Toronto Skydome)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart in a steel cage match at 32:08 when, as both men were hanging on the outside of the cage, the champion rammed Owen's head into the cage and Owen was hung upside down with his legs caught in-between the steel bars; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon & Jerry Lawler interviewed many of the Hart family members sitting at ringside, including Stu & Helen Hart, Bruce Hart, Davey Boy Smith, and Jim Neidhart; immediately after the match, Neidhart jumped over the steel railing and clotheslined Smith from behind, sending both Smith and Diana Hart-Smith over the barrier; as officials checked on both, Neidhart locked himself inside the cage and helped Owen in double teaming the champion, with Neidhart knocking down the various brothers as they tried to get inside until Smith was able to climb his way into the cage; moments later, referees, Smith, and the Hart brothers checked on Bret as Todd Pettingill interviewed Owen and Neidhart backstage (Smith's return after a 2 year absence) (Summer Slam 94 - 8/29/94; Chicago United Center)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart in an Ironman match to win the title; the original decision was a draw at 60:02, as neither man had scored a fall in the 60-minute time-limit, however the match was restarted by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon, with Michaels hitting two superkicks in sudden death to pick up the win at 1:53; prior to the bout, Monsoon was formally introduced as the newly reinstated president; during the challenger's entrance, he came down from the ceiling on a zipwire, eventually landing in the crowd; during the contest, several members of the Hart Family were shown at ringside, including Stu and Blade; Freddie Blassie was shown sitting next to Stu; during the last 34 seconds of the bout, Micheals was trapped in the Sharpshooter but refused to submit; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania XII - 3/31/96; Anaheim, CA)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 26:20 when Vader interfered as Michaels had the challenger covered; moments thereafter, Michaels sent Vader to the floor where Psycho Sid came out and brawled with Vader to the backstage area; Michaels was soon knocked out after being hit by Paul Bearer with the urn and later sustained the Mandible Claw from Mankind; the Undertaker then came out of Mankind's casket, which was brought ringside before the match, and stalked Mankind backstage (In Your House "Mindgames" - 9/22/96; Philadelphia CoreStates Center)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels to win the title at 20:02 by catching the champion's foot in the middle of the superkick and hitting the Stunner; early in the bout, both Triple H and Chyna were sent backstage following interference; Mike Tyson was the special ringside enforcer for the bout and made the pin after the original referee was knocked out; after the bout, Tyson knocked Michaels out with a punch to the jaw (WrestleMania XIV - 3/29/98; Boston FleetCenter)
- 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 (Royal Rumble 00 - 1/23/00; Madison Square Garden)
- 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 (Summer Slam 00 - 8/27/00; Raleigh, NC)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion the Rock to win the title in a No DQ match at 28:05 after Austin took a steel chair from Vince McMahon, who came ringside at the 22-minute mark and interfered on behalf of the challenger, and assaulted the champion with a chairshot to the head followed by 16 chairshots to the back, ribs, and legs; after the bout, Austin and McMahon shook hands; moments later, Austin hit Rock in the face with the title belt before he and Vince shared a beer to close the show; it was not announced until the ring introductions that the match would be No DQ (WrestleMania X7 - 4/1/01; Reliant Astrodome)
- WCW World Champion Chris Jericho pinned WWF World Champion Steve Austin to unify the titles at 12:37 after Booker T interfered and hit Austin with one of the belts, moments after a ringside altercation between Ric Flair and Vince McMahon and Austin taking out McMahon's referee Nick Patrick; before the match, Kurt Angle hit Austin with a chair while the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Jericho (Vengeance 01 - 12/9/01; San Diego, 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)
- Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned WWE World Champion the Rock to win the title at 15:49 by blocking the Rock Bottom and hitting the F5; at about the 12-minute mark, the champion hit the Rock Bottom on Heyman through the Spanish announce table; Rock was noticably booed in the match (Rock's last appearance for 4 months) (Summer Slam 02 - 8/25/02; Nassau Coliseum)
- WWE World Champion Kurt Angle defeated Chris Benoit via submission at 19:47 with the ankle lock into a heel hook; prior to the bout, Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas - who were to have been in the champion's corner - were sent backstage; after the match, the two returned ringside to celebrate Angle's win (Royal Rumble 03 - 1/19/03; Boston FleetCenter)
- WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Chris Jericho and Christian at 15:18 by pinning Christian with the FU after swinging Christian's legs into Jericho, knocking him down and sending him to the floor; Tyson Tomko was in Christian's corner early on but was sent backstage by referee Earl Hebner after interfering; late in the contest, Tomko returned to the ring and kicked the champion in the face behind the referee's back before leaving ringside (Vengeance 05 - 6/26/05; Las Vegas, NV)

Brian Pillman: Loose Cannon (9/26/06)
- Stampede International Tag Team Champions Brian Pillman & Bruce Hart defeated Rip Rogers & Kerry Brown when Hart pinned Rogers with a lariat; joined in progress (4/23/88)
- NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Brian Pillman at 16:49 with a Hot Shot after avoiding a missile dropkick; prior to the bout, Pillman was escorted to the ring by several cheerleaders (Pillman's first TV loss) (NWA Halloween Havoc 89 - 10/28/89; Philadelphia, PA)
- NWA United States Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to win the titles at 8:54 when Zenk pinned Hayes after Pillman hit a springboard clothesline into the ring as Hayes attempted the DDT on Zenk; Chris Cruise & Terry Funk provided commentary for the bout (2/12/90; Rainsville, AL)
- WCW World Champion Ric Flair, Barry Windham, Sid Vicious, & Larry Zbyzsko (w/ WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson) defeated Sting, Rick & Scott Steiner, & Brian Pillman in Wargames at 22:11 when referee Nick Patrick stopped the bout after Pillman, who entered the match with an already injured shoulder, sustained two powerbombs from Vicious; moments prior to the match ending, El Gigante came ringside, ripped the cage door off, and checked on Pillman (WCW Wrestle War 91 - 2/24/91; Phoenix, AZ)
- WCW Light Heavyweight Championship Tournament Finals: Brian Pillman pinned Richard Morton (w/ Alexandra York) to win the title with a crossbody off the top at 12:43; during the bout, referee Nick Patrick wore a "Refer-Eye" video camera helmet (WCW Halloween Havoc 91 - 10/27/91; Chattanooga, TN)
- Barry Windham & Arn Anderson defeated Brian Pillman & El Gigante in a loser leaves town match at 3:08 when Windham pinned Pillman with a kick to the face after shoving him off the top rope; pre-match stipulations stated the loser of the fall would have to leave WCW ; El Gigante was never legally in the match (Clash of the Champions #15 - 6/14/91; Knoxville, TN)
- Barry Windham & Brian Pillman defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn at 5:28 when Windham pinned Gunn following a lariat / clip to the knee double team; Jim Ross & Larry Zbyzsko provided commentary for the bout (WCW Saturday Night - aired 12/26/92; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theater)
- WCW / NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Dos Hombres (Ricky Steamboat & Tom Zenk) in a steel cage match at 16:08 when Austin pinned Armstrong with the Stun Gun; the challengers wore masks for the duration of the match, with Steamboat claiming the masks gave them good luck in an earlier non-title match; Shane Douglas was to have been Steamboat's tag team partner but left the company just prior to the show; it was never let on that the masked man beside Steamboat was in fact Armstrong; Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyzsko provided commentary for the bout (WCW Slamboree 93 - 5/23/93; Atlanta Omni)
- Sting, Dustin Rhodes, & Brian Pillman defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude, WCW US Champion Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker), & Paul Orndorff in a Thunderdome match at 14:37 when Pillman pinned Austin after being press slammed onto Austin by Sting (WCW SuperBrawl IV - 2/20/94; Albany, GA)
- Brian Pillman pinned Jushin Liger at around the 7-minute mark with a roll up out of a waistlock; joined several seconds in progress (WCW Monday Nitro - 9/4/95; Mall of America)
- Brian Pillman pinned Dean Malenko at 6:20 after Malenko's leg became entangled in the ring ropes (WCW Monday Nitro - 1/22/96; Las Vegas, NV; Caesar's Palace)
- Brian Pillman pinned Eddie Guerrero with a crossbody and grabbing the tights for leverage at 5:59; at around the 2-minute mark, Pillman grabbed Bobby Heenan, who was providing commentary alongside Tony Schiavone, by the jacket with Heenan then responding with "What the fuck are you doing?!?!;" Heenan then briefly left the commentary position, returned, and apologized for what he said on live TV; the DVD version censored his comments (WCW Clash of the Champions #32 - 1/23/96; Las Vegas, NV; Caesar's Palace)
- Steve Austin defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification at 11:45 when WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, who was handcuffed to a ring post alongside WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith, and Jim Neidhart, uncuffed himself and interfered; moments later, the remainder of the Hart Foundation joined in attacking Austin until Mankind, Goldust, and Ken Shamrock made the save; after the Harts were cleared from the ring, Shamrock and Austin brawled until the Legion of Doom appeared and helped Goldust break up the fight; moments later, Goldust told Austin to stop the in-fighting and that if the Hart Foundation wanted a 5-on-5 match then he, the LOD, Shamrock, and Austin were the team to accept the challenge; Austin then said he would only do it because he knew WWF President Gorilla Monsoon wouldn't let him face the Harts by himself (WWF Monday Night Raw - 6/16/97; Lake Placid, NY)
- Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith, Jim Neidhart, & Brian Pillman defeated Steve Austin, Goldust, Ken Shamrock, & the Legion of Doom at 24:30 when Owen pinned Austin with a roll up as Austin was distracted by several of the Hart brothers at ringside; Owen was taken out of the match early on after Austin attacked his knee with a chair; Austin was taken out of the bout moments later after a ring post figure-4 by Bret; both men returned towards the end of the contest; after the match, Austin was handcuffed and led from ringside while the entire Hart Family celebrated inside the ring (In Your House: Canadian Stampede - 7/6/97; Calgary, Alberta)
- Brian Pillman pinned Goldust (w/ Marlena) at 11:05 after hitting him with Marlena's loaded purse; due to pre-match stipulations, Pillman won Marlena for 30 days; had Pillman lost the match, he would have been forced to leave the WWF; after the bout, Pillman forced Marlena into his car and drove off just as Goldust made his way into the backstage area (In Your House: Ground Zero - 9/7/97; Louisville, KY)
- Brian Pillman pinned WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger to win the title at 16:59 with a leg roll up into a bridge after the champion missed a dive off the top; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match (WCW SuperBrawl II - 2/29/92; Milwaukee, WI)

Summer Slam 06 (9/26/06)

Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology (10/17/06)
- Andre the Giant fought Hulk Hogan (w/ Freddie Blassie) to a no contest at around the 4-minute mark when Hogan & Blassie left the ring after Hogan dropped Andre and bloodied him with a Hogan Hammer lariat, using a foreign object loaded in his elbow pad; after the match, Vince McMahon interviewed Andre at ringside, with Andre yelling for Hogan to come back out to the ring; McMahon & Bruno Sammartino provided commentary for the bout (8/20/80; Hamburg, PA)
- AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Hulk Hogan via reverse decision at 18:11; Hogan originally won the match with a suplex into the ring and the legdrop but ring announcer Gene Okerlund said after the bout that AWA President Stanley Blackburn saw Hogan throw the champion over the top as referee Lord James Blears was knocked down and would not allow the title change; after the bout, Hogan knocked Heenan and Bockwinkel out of the ring and left the ring with the title belt; Ron Trongard provided commentary for the match; after the bout, the crowd chanted "bullshit" regarding the decision; moments later, Okerlund interviewed Hogan at ringside with Hogan saying the AWA belt belonged to the fans; "Real American" was added to the DVD as Hogan's theme music for the match (4/24/83; St. Paul, MN)
- 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 absense) (1/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Big John Studd (sub. for Jesse Ventura) (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at 11:09 when Heenan helped shove the challenger back inside the ring after Studd and Hogan began brawling on the floor; after the bout, Studd & Heenan left ringside with the world title belt (Heenan's surprise debut) (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Cyndi Lauper) defeated Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) via disqualification at 7:40 after Paul Orndorff, who came ringside midway through the contest, joined Piper in attacking the champion after the referee was knocked out; moments later, as Piper and Orndorff prepared to knock Cyndi Lauper off the ring apron, Mr. T - who was sitting ringside for the event - came out of his seat and into the ring where he and Hogan faced off against Piper and Orndorff until officials and police swarmed the ring; prior to the bout, Piper came to the ring wearing a Hulk Hogan t-shirt and smashed a guitar in the ring to show what he thought of rock ‘n’ roll; Orton wore a sling on his arm as a result of his match against Jimmy Snuka earlier in the show; after the match, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T, Albano, and Lauper; Bob Costas introduced the participants prior to the contest; "Real American" was added to the DVD as Hogan's theme music for the match (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Mr. T (w/ Jimmy Snuka) defeated Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) at 13:33 when Hogan pinned Orndorff after Orton accidentally knocked Orndorff out with a double axe handle off the top, using his arm cast, while refereee Pat Patterson was distracted; Billy Martin served as guest ring announcer for the match; prior to the bout, guest timekeeper Liberace danced in the ring with the Rockettes; Muhammed Ali served as the outside official while Patterson was the referee inside; former boxer Jose Torres was shown in the crowd during the introductions; Piper's team was escorted to the ring by a bagpipe band performing "Scotland the Brave;" after the bout, Piper and Orton left ringside, leaving Orndorff to be helped to his feet by Mr. T; a dazed Orndorff faced off with Hogan and T before eventually leaving the ring himself; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year; "Real American" was added to the DVD as Hogan's theme music for the match (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:18 by escaping over the top after kicking Bundy from the cage to the mat; after the match, Hogan chased Heenan inside the cage, threw him into the cage bars, and hit an atomic drop which sent Heenan out the door; Tommy LaSorda was the guest ring announcer for the bout; Robert Conrad was the guest referee; Ricky Schroder was the guest timekeeper (the debut of the blue bar steel cage) (WrestleMania II - 4/7/86; Los Angeles Sports Arena)
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; 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; Pontiac Silverdome)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion Randy Savage to win the title at 17:54 after suffering the flying elbow, Hulking up, and hitting the leg drop for the win; Miss Elizabeth was in a neutral corner for the match until she was eventually sent backstage late in the contest (WrestleMania V - 4/2/89; Atlantic City, NJ)
- 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 (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Toronto Skydome)
- 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 Sports Arena)
- 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 (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX)
- 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; Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan provided commentary for the match (Hogan's WCW in-ring debut) (WCW Bash at the Beach 94 - 7/17/94; Orlando, FL)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WCW World Champion the Giant (w/ Jimmy Hart) to win the title at 14:56 after hitting him in the face with the title belt after the Giant dropped an interfering Scott Hall and Kevin Nash with the chokeslam; Tony Schiavone, Dusty Rhodes, & Bobby Heenan provided commentary for the bout (WCW Hog Wild - 8/10/96; Sturgis, SD)
- Sting defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock to win the title at 12:53; Hogan originally won the match at 11:20 when referee Nick Patrick counted Sting down after Hogan hit the legdrop but Bret Hart prevented Patrick from calling for the bell, with Hart then punching Patrick out and taking over the officiating duties; both Scott Norton and Buff Bagwell attempted to interfere late in the bout but were held off by Sting; Tony Schiavone, Dusty Rhodes, & Mike Tenay provided commentary for the bout; after the match, the WCW roster filled the ring in celebration of Sting's victory (WCW Starrcade 97 - 12/28/97; Washington DC; MCI Center)
- Hulk Hogan pinned Curt Hennig (w/ Bobby Heenan) with the boot to the face and legdrop at 5:07 after kicking out of the Hennig Plex; after the bout, Hogan knocked Heenan off the ring apron; Hogan used "American Made" as his theme song for the match; Tony Schiavone & Jerry Lawler provided commentary for the match; after the match, Gene Okerlund interviewed Hogan in the ring about making his XWF debut (XWF - 11/14/01; Orlando, FL)
- The Rock pinned Hulk Hogan at 16:23 with two Rock Bottoms and the People's Elbow after avoiding the legdrop; after the bout, Hogan extended his hand to Rock, with Rock accepting; after Rock left the ring, Scott Hall & Kevin Nash came out, confronted Hogan, and double teamed him until Rock returned to help make the save; moments later, Hogan and Rock posed before leaving the ring together; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year; Hogan's Jimi Hendrix "Voodoo Child" theme song was altered for the DVD (WrestleMania 18 - 3/17/02; Toronto Skydome)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion Triple H to win the title at 22:05 with the legdrop after sending an interfering Undertaker to the floor with a clothesline, moments after Taker punched out referee Earl Hebner, hit Triple H over the head with a steel chair, and pulled Hogan on top of the champion; late in the bout, Chris Jericho punched out Hebner and hit Hogan over the head with a steel chair but was eventually knocked out of the ring by Triple H; after the bout, a bloody Triple H extended his hand to the new champion, with Hogan shaking it; Hogan's "Voodoo Child" theme song was changed to "Real American" for the DVD (Backlash 02 - 4/21/02; Kansas City, MO)
- 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; FleetCenter)
- Hulk Hogan pinned Vince McMahon in a streetfight at 20:49 with three legdrops after assaulting McMahon's referee Sylvan Grenier; mid-way through the bout, McMahon climbed a ladder on the floor and hit a legdrop on Hogan through the Spanish announce table; moments later, a man wearing all black entered the ring, quickly revealed himself to be Roddy Piper, kicked and spat on both men as they were down in the ring, and eventually hit Hogan in the head with a steel pipe before leaving the ring; after the bout, Shane McMahon came out to check on his father as Hogan played to the fans; had Hogan lost the match he would have had to retire (Piper's surprise return after a 7 year absence; Shane McMahon's surprise return after more than a year) (WrestleMania XIX - 3/30/03; Seattle SafeCo Field)
- Hulk Hogan pinned Shawn Michaels with a boot to the face and the legdrop at 21:24, moments after sustaining a low blow, a chair shot to the head, and the superkick; after the bout, Michaels offered his hand to Hogan, with Hogan then shaking it (Summer Slam 05 - 8/21/05; Washington DC; MCI Center)
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- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Tito Santana at 8:12 with a suplex and grabbing the tights for leverage; prior to the bout, Hogan was escorted to the ring by Freddie Blassie (3/24/80; Madison Square Garden)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Johnny Valiant) defeated Sonny Rogers & Chuck Greenlee in a handicap match when both men submitted to a simultaneous bearhug at 4:25; during the bout, Valiant joined Roger Kent on commentary until he was ushered back to his corner (AWA - 8/8/81)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ the Junkyard Dog) pinned Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a lariat at 8:30 after Funk argued with referee Dave Hebner, arguing he had Hogan down for 3 after Hart interfered and hit the champion in the midsection with the branding iron as Hogan attempted to suplex Funk into the ring, with Funk falling on top for the cover; prior to the bout, footage from the 11/15 Hogan vs. Funk match in Denver was shown as well as Funk branding Hogan after the match; after the commercial break, Funk was seen dragging Hart backstage after Hart sustained a headbutt from the JYD; Gene Okerlund conduted an in-ring interview with Hogan & JYD after the contest (Saturday Night's Main Event - 1/4/86; Tampa, FL)
- Hulk Hogan pinned King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 6:37 with a clothesline and the legdrop; late in the bout, Race laid Hogan across a table outside the ring and attempted to hit a diving headbutt from the ring apron but Hogan moved out of the way and Race crashed through the table, suffering an injury that would eventually force him into retirement (Saturday Night's Main Event - 3/12/88; Nashville, TN)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan won the 30-man Royal Rumble at 58:43 by last eliminating Mr. Perfect (Joined in progress from Hogan's entrance) (Royal Rumble 90 - 1/21/90; Orlando Arena)
- 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)

Unforgiven 06 (10/17/06)
- Vince McMahon pinned Triple H in a no holds barred match at 7:00 after hitting Triple H with his own sledgehammer after the outside interference of Shane McMahon, ECW World Champion the Big Show, and Shawn Michaels; prior to the bout, Lance Cade, Trevor Murdoch, Show, and Shane attacked DX backstage, during which Triple H had McMahon's limo door slammed against his head causing him to bleed from the ear (9/11/06; Madison Square Garden)

No Mercy 06 (11/7/06)

Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story (11/14/06)
- Buddy Rose & Rip Oliver defeated Northwest Heavyweight Champion Roddy Piper & Mike Popovich when Rose pinned Piper with a knee to the head as Piper charged the corner and Oliver pushed on Rose during the cover for added leverage; after the bout, Rose cut a promo at ringside saying he would only take his mask off when someone beats him, and leave it off, and that would never happen; moments later, Piper attacked Rose from behind, applied the sleeper, took off the mask, and then cut a promo on facing Rose the following week (Portland; joined in progress)
- Northwest Heavyweight Champion Roddy Piper defeated Buddy Rose in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; prior to the bout, both men cut promos on facing off three days later in a loser leaves town match; during the match, the crowd chanted "Bye bye, Rose;" fall #1: Piper defeated Rose via submission with the sleeper at 4:54; fall #2: Piper pinned Rose with a roll up after avoiding a slam at 3:06; after the match, Rose tried to attack Piper with a chair but Piper stole the weapon away and hit Rose with it until Rose left the ring; Piper then pulled Rose back inside the ring and fought off other wrestlers who tried to pull him away (Portland)
- Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Roddy Piper pinned Jack Brisco at 15:07 after hitting him with a roll of coins; due to pre-match stipulations, Piper won $10,000 Brisco put up for the match; Bob Caudle and David Crockett provided commentary for the match (7/7/82; WTBS Studios)
- Roddy Piper defeated NWA US Champion Greg Valentine in a non-title dog collar match at 16:08 after repeatedly hitting Valentine in the face with the chain; during the bout, Gordon Solie referred to the title being on the line though it was not; Solie and Bob Caudle provided commentary for the match; after the bout, Valentine attacked Piper and choked him with the chain (Starrcade 83 - 11/24/83; Greensboro Coliseum)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Mr. T (w/ Jimmy Snuka) defeated Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) at 13:33 when Hogan pinned Orndorff after Orton accidentally knocked Orndorff out with a double axe handle off the top, using his arm cast, while refereee Pat Patterson was distracted; Billy Martin served as guest ring announcer for the match; prior to the bout, guest timekeeper Liberace danced in the ring with the Rockettes; Muhammed Ali served as the outside official while Patterson was the referee inside; former boxer Jose Torres was shown in the crowd during the introductions; Piper's team was escorted to the ring by a bagpipe band performing "Scotland the Brave;" after the bout, Piper and Orton left ringside, leaving Orndorff to be helped to his feet by Mr. T; a dazed Orndorff faced off with Hogan and T before eventually leaving the ring himself; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Orndorff fought Roddy Piper to a double count-out at 4:01 when - after a crossbody by Orndorff sent both men over the top to the floor - they brawled all the way backstage and into the hallway until Piper escaped into his dressing room and locked the door; prior to the bout, Piper was escorted to the ring by a bagpipe band; Bobby Heenan briefly appeared ringside with a briefcase of money before the bout (Saturday Night's Main Event - 10/3/85; Meadowlands)
- Mr. T (w/ Joe Frazier & the Haiti Kid) defeated Roddy Piper (w/ Lou Duva & Bob Orton Jr.) in a boxing fight via disqualification at 1:17 of Round 4 when Piper shoved the referee to the mat and bodyslammed T; Joan Rivers served as the guest ring announcer for the bout; judges for the fight included G. Gordon Liddy, Darryl Dawkins, and Cab Calloway; each was booed upon their introduction; Herb, from the Burger King advertising campaign, served as the guest timekeeper; after the match, the two men were held back by their respective parties, with the crowd booing upon hearing the decision (WrestleMania II - 4/6/86; Long Island, NY)
- Roddy Piper pinned the Iron Sheik (w/ Slick) at the 43-second mark with a small package and grabbing the tights for leverage after blocking a suplex attempt; Pedro Morales was scheduled to be Piper's replacement, due to injury, but Piper came out and threatened Morales with his crutch to go backstage (Saturday Night's Main Event - 9/13/86; Richfield, OH)
- Roddy Piper pinned Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 3:48 with a roll up after a miscommunication with Hart and Orton on the ring apron; Don Muraco was in Orton's corner early in the bout but was sent backstage by security during the match (Saturday Night's Main Event - 11/13/86; Los Angeles Sports Arena)
- Roddy Piper defeated Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) via submission with the sleeper at 6:13 in a Hair vs. Hair match after Brutus Beefcake revived Piper from Adonis' sleeper and Adonis accidentally hit himself in the head with his own clippers; after the match, Piper held Hart down as Beefcake cut Adonis' hair; when Adonis came to, Piper held a mirror in front of him which resulted in Adonis going crazy, hitting the mirror, and chasing Piper until Adonis eventually fell down and was led away by Hart; moments later, a fan came in the ring but was led away by officials; Piper was congratulated by Blackjack Lanza, Pat Patterson, and Arnold Skaaland on the floor as this was deemed his farewell match (Piper's last appearance in the WWF for 2 years) (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Silverdome)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Cyndi Lauper) defeated Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) via disqualification at 7:40 after Paul Orndorff, who came ringside midway through the contest, joined Piper in attacking the champion after the referee was knocked out; moments later, as Piper and Orndorff prepared to knock Cyndi Lauper off the ring apron, Mr. T - who was sitting ringside for the event - came out of his seat and into the ring where he and Hogan faced off against Piper and Orndorff until officials and police swarmed the ring; prior to the bout, Piper came to the ring wearing a Hulk Hogan t-shirt and smashed a guitar in the ring to show what he thought of rock ‘n’ roll; Orton wore a sling on his arm as a result of his match against Jimmy Snuka earlier in the show; after the match, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T, Albano, and Lauper; Bob Costas introduced the participants prior to the contest (The War to Settle the Score - 2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Roddy Piper defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 12:55 by knocking Rude out with brass knuckles, which were thrown to Rude by 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)
- Roddy Piper fought Bad News Brown to a double count-out at 6:47 when both men began brawling on the floor and Piper attempted to hit News with a steel chair; Piper had half his body painted black for the match; after the contest, both men continued brawling in the aisle all the way backstage, with Pat Patterson, Chief Jay Strongbow, Rene Goulet, and referees trying to break up the fight (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Toronto Skydome)
- Bret Hart pinned WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper to win the title at 13:50 by kicking off the top turnbuckle while caught in a sleeper, moments after the champion decided against using the time keeper's bell as a weapon; after the bout, Piper helped Hart to his feet and put the championship belt on him (Piper's last match for over 2 years) (WrestleMania VIII - 4/5/92; Hoosier Dome)
- Roddy Piper (sub. for Bret Hart) defeated WWF IC Champion the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) to win the title at 5:20 with a sleeper after the champion collided with Hart on the apron (Royal Rumble 92 - 1/19/92; Albany, NY)
- Roddy Piper defeated WWF IC Champion Goldust (w/ Marlena) in a non-title Hollywood Backlot Brawl; in a pre-taped segment which aired following the 6-man tag, Piper and Goldust battled on a Hollywood Backlot, with Goldust eventually fleeing in his gold Cadillac and Piper chasing after him in his white Ford Bronko; later in the show, footage from the OJ Simpson police chase was shown to 'document' Piper making his way to the arena; Piper and Goldust then came out and battled in the ring, where Piper stripped the champion down to his lingerie, with Goldust then escaping backstage to end the contest; after the bout, Piper celebrated in the ring with his son Colt (WrestleMania XII - 3/31/96; Anaheim, CA)
- Roddy Piper defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Ted Dibiase) in a non-title match via submission with the sleeper at 15:27 after avoiding a punch, moments after Piper fought off an interfering Giant; prior to the bout, Hogan was escorted to the ring by Elizabeth and Vincent; after the match, Piper fought off Hall & Nash before leaving ringside and celebrating with his son Colt at the entrance stage; moments later, the Giant and Hogan argued in the aisle with Giant blaming Hogan, Hall, and Nash for not watching his back when he watched theirs and Hogan blamed the Giant for "dropping the ball" (WCW Starrcade 96 - 12/29/96; Nashville, TN)

The Spectacular Legacy of the AWA (11/21/06)
- Jim Brunzell & Greg Gagne fought Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a no contest at around the 8-minute mark when Bockwinkel through the referee to the floor as he and Stevens double teamed Gagne; prior to the bout, Bockwinkel cut an in-ring promo saying he and Stevens had acquired a manager, because they had been taken advantage of, and it was Heenan; moments later, Heenan stated he would now be known as Bobby "The Brilliant One" Heenan; after the match, several wrestlers attempted to make the save but Bockwinkel and Stevens fought them all off until Larry Hennig single-handedly cleared the ring; moments later, Stevens, Bockwinkel, and Heenan were interviewed about Hennig's actions (8/10/74; Minneapolis TV studio)
- AWA World Champion Verne Gagne pinned Baron Von Raschke by kicking off the turnbuckle while caught in a waistlock; Verne & Greg Gagne provided commentary for the bout (7/13/74; Chicago, IL)
- Billy Robinson (sub. for Tom DeMarco) & Frankie Hill defeated Pat Patterson & Ray Stevens in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Robinson pinned Patterson with a one-handed backbreaker at 1:05; fall #2: Patterson & Stevens were disqualified at 6:16 when Stevens hit a kneedrop off the top onto Robinson as Robinson had Patterson covered; after the bout, Hill and the referee were knocked to the floor and Patterson & Stevens continued to double team Ronbinson until other wrestlers made the save; moments later, Patterson & Stevens did an interview regarding Robinson's unscheduled involvement in the match (5/20/78; Minneapolis TV studio)
- Verne Gagne & Mad Dog Vachon vs. AWA Tag Team Champions Jesse Ventura & Adrian Adonis; joined in progress (3/22/80)
- AWA World Champion Verne Gagne pinned Nick Bockwinkel (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a back suplex after the challenger locked on a sleeper; Gene Okerlund provided commentary for the bout; joined in progress (Gagne's retirement match) (5/10/81; St. Paul, MN)
- AWA Tag Team Champions Jesse Ventura & Adrian Adonis defeated Jim Brunzell & Greg Gagne when Ventura pinned Gagne following a spike piledriver behind the referee's back; joined in progress (8/30/81)
- Hulk Hogan pinned AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel (w/ Bobby Heenan) to win the title after hitting the champion with a foreign object thrown in the ring by Heenan; two days after the decision, AWA President Stanley Blackburn returned the title to Bockwinkel because Hogan used a weapon (4/18/82)
- Jesse Ventura fought Baron Von Raschke to a double count-out at 15:37 when both men began brawling on the floor and Von Raschke threw Ventura into the ringpost (clipped) (3/16/83)
- Hulk Hogan defeated Mr. Saito (w/ Mr. Hatori) via disqualification when David Schultz interfered and, with Saito, double teamed a bloody Hogan until Hogan cleared them from the ring (joined in progress) (8/28/83)
- The Crusher, Larry & Curt Hennig defeated the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering when Crusher pinned Ellering after a blow from Curt (joined in progress) (1/13/85)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated AWA Tag Team Champions Buddy Rose & Doug Somers (w/ Sherri Martel) in a steel cage match to win the titles at 17:23 when Jannetty pinned Somers with a crossbody off the top; late in the bout, a fan off camera doused Sherri with his drink; after the match, Michaels was locked out of the cage as Rose, Somers, and Sherri triple teamed Jannetty; Michaels eventually got through the door to make the save; moments later, Michaels cut a promo at ringside saying the feud wouldn't end until Rose & Somers were in hospital beds (12/25/86; St. Paul, MN)
- Curt Hennig pinned AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel to win the title at 23:33 after hitting him with a roll of silver dollars handed to him by Larry Zbyzsko; prior to the match, AWA President Stanley Blackburn was introduced to the crowd, with Zbyzsko then appearing, saying he was the true top contender, and challenging the winner to a title match; moments later, Zbyzsko offered his hand to both wrestlers but neither would shake it; Rod Trongard & Ray Stevens provided commentary for the match; after the contest, both Stevens and Blackburn got in the ring, with Stevens arguing the decision and pointing to the many coins left scattered in the ring as evidence; Blackburn then said the title would be held up pending an investigation by the championship committee; following the announcement, the crowd chanted "Bullshit" over Hennig not officially being awarded the title; moments later, Trongard interviewed Blackburn and Bockwinkel at ringside regarding the call, with Hennig interrupting and getting into a shoving match with Bockwinkel on the floor until referees intervened; Trongard then spoke with Hennig and Zbyzsko about the decision, with Hennig punching out the referee (Super Clash II - 5/2/87; San Francisco; Cow Palace)
- 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)

Cyber Sunday 06 (12/5/06)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Roddy Piper defeated Randy Orton & Edge (w/ WWE Women's Champion Lita) in a No DQ match at 7:14 when Flair pinned Orton after DX interfered and Shawn Michaels dropped Orton with the superkick; Eric Bischoff was the guest referee for the bout until he was knocked out late in the contest; after the match, Edge, Orton, & Lita escaped into the crowd and Triple H dropped Bischoff with the Pedigree; moments later, Triple H brought out the fat male stripper, named Big Dick Johnson, and DX held Bischoff as Big Dick danced for him; DX then closed the show by shoving Bischoff's face into Johnson's ass, which had "DX" spraypainted on it (11/6/06; Columbus, OH)

Survivor Series 06 (12/26/06)
- Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan), Rick Rude, King Kong Bundy, Butch Reed (w/ Slick), & the One Man Gang defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink), Paul Orndorff, Ken Patera, & Don Muraco (sub. for Superstar Billy Graham) in an elimination match at 24:07; Hogan pinned Reed at 3:06 with the legdrop after a double clothesline from Hogan and Orndorff; the Gang pinned Patera at 8:45 after both men hit a clothesline, with OMG falling on top; Rude pinned Orndorff at 10:25 with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after Bundy attacked Orndorff from behind; Muraco pinned Rude with a powerslam at 11:20 after Rude jumped over Hogan; OMG pinned Muraco at 12:56 with a splash after a headbutt from Andre; Hogan was counted-out at 18:05 when Bundy and OMG prevented him from returning to the ring; Bigelow pinned Bundy at 20:32 with a slingshot splash into the ring after Bundy missed a splash in the corner; Bigelow pinned OMG at 22:52 after OMG missed a splash off the top; Andre pinned Bigelow with a butterfly suplex after Bigelow missed a splash in the corner; after the match, Hogan returned to the ring and blasted Andre in the head with the world title belt; Michael Cole & John Bradshaw Layfield did commentary for the match (Andre's in-ring return after a 7-month absence) (Survivor Series 87 - 11/26/87; Richfield, OH)

December to Dismember (12/26/06)
- ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley pinned the Big Show with a bodyslam at 17:09 (Big Show's last appearance for over a year) (12/4/06; North Charleston, SC)

Kane: Journey to Hell
- 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, NC)
- Kane defeated Shane McMahon in a last man standing match at 19:54 when Shane could not meet referee Charles Robinson's 10-count after he jumped from the top of the video screen and crashed through the entrance stage when Kane moved out of the way; after the bout, Shane was fitted with a neckbrace and taken backstage on a stretcher (Unforgiven 03 - 9/21/03; Hershey, PA)
- Kane pinned Matt Hardy with a chokeslam off the top at 6:08; stipulations stated Lita would marry the winner of the match (Summer Slam 04 - 8/15/04; Toronto, Ontario)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Kane (w/ Lita) in a No DQ match at 18:03 with the superkick after avoiding the chokeslam, moments after Lita stole a steel chair away from Kane before he had a chance to use it; the added stipulation was not announced until just prior to the match (Unforgiven 05 - 9/12/04; Portland, OR)
- Kane pinned Edge (w/ Lita) at 11:13 with the chokeslam after Edge accidentally hit an interfering Gene Snitsky in the face with his Money in the Bank briefcase (Vengeance 05 - 6/26/05; Las Vegas, NV)

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