DVD RESULTS

2007

Armageddon 06 (1/16/07)
- 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)

ECW: Extreme Rules (1/30/07)
- ECW World Champion the Sandman (w/ Woman) pinned Cactus Jack at 13:10 after Shane Douglas interfered, dropped Sandman with a piledriver and then hit Cactus in the face with the champion's broken Singapore cane; after the match, Douglas said over the mic, "ECW, kiss my ass goodbye." (7/1/95 - ECW Arena)
- ECW Tag Team Champions New Jack & Mustafa defeated Perry Saturn & John Kronus in a steel cage weapons match at around the 13-minute mark when New Jack pinned Kronus after coming off the top with a steel chair, following a powerslam from Mustafa, moments after Saturn was knocked off the top of the cage through a ringside table; late in the bout, Shane Douglas was revealed to be one of the masked men at each corner providing weapons to the participants and interfered on behalf of the challengers (8/24/96 - ECW Arena)
- Tommy Dreamer defeated Brian Lee in a scaffold match at 8:49 after repeatedly punching Lee until he fell backwards off the scaffold and onto about a dozen tables set up in the ring below; after the bout, a bloody Dreamer celebrated in the crowd and Lee was taken backstage in a neckbrace and on a stretcher (10/26/96 - ECW Arena)
- The Sandman pinned Sabu (w/ Bill Alphonso) at 17:49 after hitting him in the face with a Singapore cane, moments after Sabu suffered an apparent broken jaw and had Alphonso tape his jaw bone shut (1/10/98 - ECW Arena)
- Tommy Dreamer, the Sandman, & Spike Dudley defeated Buh Buh Ray, D-Von, & Big Dick Dudley (w/ Joel Gertner, Sign Guy Dudley, & Jeff Jones) at 14:29 when Dreamer pinned Buh Buh with a DDT onto a ladder after Buh Buh missed a splash off the turnbuckles and fell onto the ladder; after the bout, Jack Victory broke a guitar over Dreamer's head, with New Jack eventually coming out to make the save and breaking his own guitar over Victory's head (Heatwave 98 - 8/2/98; Dayton, OH)
- ECW World Champion Taz defeated FTW World Champion & ECW Tag Team Champion Sabu (w/ Bill Alphonso) in a unification falls count anywhere extreme death match at 18:29 via KO when Sabu passed out while caught in the Tazmission; Sabu worked the bout with his jaw taped up after it was fractured Feb. 6 by a Taz clothesline in Concord, NC; prior to the bout, footage was shown from the Concord show of where Sabu sustained his injury; after the ring introductions, Taz challenged Sabu to add the falls count anywhere death match stipulation to the contest; after the bout, Taz grabbed the mic and said he had more respect for Sabu each time they wrestled with the two men then shaking hands (Living Dangerously 99 - 3/21/99; Asbury Park, NJ)
- Mike Awesome (w/ Judge Jeff Jones) pinned ECW World Champion Masato Tanaka to win the title at 11:49 with a sit-out powerbomb off the top (12/23/99; White Plains, NY)
- The Sandman defeated ECW World Champion Steve Corino (w/ Jack Victory) and Justin Credible (w/ Francine) in a tables, ladders, and canes match to win the title at 13:20 after both Corino and Credible were put through tables; following the bout, both Credible and Corino shook the Sandman's hand before they were attacked by the Baldies; moments later, Credible and Corino fought the Baldies all the way backstage (Guilty as Charged 01 - 1/7/01; Hammerstein Ballroom)
- The Dudley Boyz defeated Tommy Dreamer & the Sandman at 10:14 when Bubba Ray pinned Dreamer after a powerbomb through a flaming table; prior to the bout, the bWo came out, with Stevie Richards cutting a promo before hitting a superkick on Sandman; moments later, Kid Kash came and and was quickly thrown to the floor; Axl Rotten and Balls Mahoney then came out and cleared the ring of the bWo; moments later, Kash jumped off the referee's back and hit a somersault splash onto every other wrestler on the floor; at the 5:30 mark, Lance Storm, Justin Credible, and Francine interfered, which led to Beaulah Mcgillicutty coming out to help make the save; after clearing Storm, Credible, and Francine from the ring, Dreamer and Beaulah embraced; during the last minute of the match, Spike Dudley came out and assisted in setting the table on fire; Dreamer used a lyric-less version of Alice in Chains' "Man in the Box" while Sandman used the original Metallica version of "Enter Sandman;" Sandman's music was edited for the DVD (One Night Stand - 6/12/05; Hammerstein Ballroom)
- Rob Van Dam pinned World Heavyweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. in a No DQ non-title match at 10:43 with the Five Star Frog Splash after Mysterio missed a springboard legdrop and fell onto a steel chair; Mysterio had the chair placed across him as RVD went up top but Mysterio threw it off him as Van Dam was in mid-air; after the bout, RVD helped Mysterio to his feet (WWE vs. ECW - 6/7/06; Dayton, OH)
- World Heavyweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. fought Sabu to a draw at 9:09 when neither man was deemed able to continue after Sabu hit a springboard DDT through a table set up on the floor; after the bout, both men were helped backstage (One Night Stand 06 - 6/11/06; Hammerstein Ballroom)
- Lita, co-WWE Hardcore Champions Edge & Mick Foley defeated Terry Funk, Tommy Dreamer, & Beulah McGillicutty at 18:45 when Edge pinned Beulah with the spear; the bout was originally scheduled as Funk & Dreamer vs. Edge & Foley but was changed to a 6-person tag match following a challenge from Beulah; prior to the bout, Foley cut a promo praising the way Stephanie McMahon ran ECW and Edge insulted the Internet fan crowd; mid-way through the match, Funk was helped backstage after suffering an injury, prompting the crowd to chant "We want Sandman," with Funk returning minutes later; late in the match, Funk repeatedly hit Foley with a flaming 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire, sending him flying through a table on the floor covered in barbed wire; after the match, Funk & Dreamer received a strong ovation from the crowd after Funk was cut out of the barbed wire (One Night Stand 06 - 6/11/06; Hammerstein Ballroom)
- The Big Show pinned ECW World Champion Rob Van Dam to win the title at around the 17:30 mark with a steel chair shot to the head and the chokeslam onto the chair after Paul Heyman came in the ring to count the champion's cover after he hit the Five Star Frog Splash but then stopped at 2; after Show hit the chokeslam, Heyman counted the pinfall and celebrated with the new champion as the fans threw trash into the ring to close the show (ECW - 7/4/06; Philadelphia) - ECW World Champion the Big Show defeated Ric Flair in an Extreme Rules match via KO at 13:22 with a Cobra Clutch into a backbreaker after hitting the chokeslam, moments after Flair knocked the champion backwards onto hundreds of thumb tacs; after the bout, Show flung Flair across the ring onto the tacs; the crowd chanted "Thank you, Flair" as Flair was helped backstage (ECW - 7/11/06; Minneapolis, MN)
- Sabu defeated Rob Van Dam in a ladder match at 14:43 when ECW World Champion the Big Show interfered, bodyslammed RVD through a table on the floor, and then grabbed Sabu in a powerbomb position - with Sabu then reaching up to grab the world title shot contract and win the match; after the bout, Show assaulted both Sabu and RVD; due to pre-match stipulations, Sabu earned a shot at Show's ECW World title at Summer Slam (ECW - 8/15/06; Washington DC)
- Sabu & Rob Van Dam defeated Test & Mike Knox (w/ Kelly Kelly) in an extreme rules match at 12:58 when Sabu pinned Knox following a top rope legdrop / Five Star Frog Splash double team through a table Knox was laid out on inside the ring (ECW - 9/5/06; Columbus, GA)
- Rob Van Dam pinned Hardcore Holly in an extreme rules match with the Five Star Frog Splash at 17:42; after the bout, Holly was attended to in the ring by a medic and trainer and had his ribs taped up; moments later, Holly received a strong ovation from the crowd for his effort (ECW - 9/26/06; Tulsa, OK)

New Year's Revolution 07 (2/6/07)
- Kevin Federline (w/ Johnny Nitro) pinned WWE World Champion John Cena in a non-title No DQ match at 4:55 after Umaga, with Armando Allejandro Estrada, interfered and hit the champion in the face with the title belt; after the commercial break, Federline, Nitro, and several women walked into his lockerroom to celebrate; moments later, Maria tried to interview Federline but Melina stepped in her way, challenged her to a match, and slapped her across the face; moments later, Jonathan Coachman went in the lockerroom and said the night's main event would be Cena vs. Umaga, Estrada, Coachman, & Nitro in a handicap match (1/1/07; Miami, FL)

The New and Improved! DX (2/20/07)
- 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)
- Shawn Michaels & Triple H defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Kenny, Mitch, Nicky, Mikey, & Johnny in a non-title handicap match at 17:50 when Triple H pinned Kenny with the Pedigree as Michaels pinned Mitch with the superkick; after the bout, Triple H hit the Pedigree on Johnny as Michaels dropped Nicky and Mikey with the superkick; moments later, Michaels held up Mitch so Triple H could give him a Stinkface; Vince McMahon appeared on the stage as the show went off the air, congratulated DX on their win, and said he would see them tomorrow night (Vengeance 06 - 6/25/06; Charlotte, NC)
- Triple H & Shawn Michaels defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Kenny, Mitch, Mikey, Nicky, & Johnny in a non-title No DQ handicap elimination match at 8:52; Michaels pinned Mitch with the superkick at 1:28; Triple H pinned Johnny with a spinebuster at 4:13; Triple H pinned Mickey with the Pedigree at 7:32; Triple H pinned Nicky at 8:06 after Michaels hit the superkick; Triple H pinned Kenny with the Pedigree after Michaels hit the superkick; per pre-match stipulations, each person eliminated was locked in a cage at ringside; after the bout, Vince McMahon, who came ringside mid-way through the bout, knocked out the referee and stole the key to free the Spirit Squad from the cage; however, before the Squad could get out, Michaels superkicked Vince into the cage and locked the door with he and Triple H then climbing on top of the cage and posing (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/15/06; Dallas, TX)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Triple H) defeated Shane McMahon (w/ Vince McMahon) via disqualification at around the 7-minute mark when, after Vince allowed Triple H to chase him up the ramp, the Spirit Squad came out from underneath the ring and assaulted Michaels; after the bout, Triple H was attacked on the floor while Michaels was assaulted in the ring; moments later, Triple H grabbed a sledgehammer from underneath the ring and, with Michaels, laid out the Spirit Squad before repeatedly crotch chopping towards the McMahons, who stood on the ramp (the match began during the commercial break) (7/17/06; San Antonio, TX)
- Shawn Michaels defeated Jonathan Coachman via disqualification at 3:03 when Umaga, with Armando Allejandro Estrada, assaulted Michaels after Michaels hit the superkick on Coachman, moments after Michaels easily disposed of the interfering Spirit Squad; after the bout, Umaga scared the Spirit Squad from the ring before dropping Michaels with the thumb strike to the throat (7/24/06; Cleveland, OH)
- Umaga (w/ Armando Allejandro Estrada) pinned Shawn Michaels at 11:42 with the thumb strike to the throat after Michaels fought off an interfering Vince & Shane McMahon; prior to the bout, federal agents escorted Triple H out of the building after finding Cuban cigars in his bag, planted there by the McMahons; after the bout, Vince whipped Michaels with his belt and Shane superkicked a steel chair into Michaels' face (7/31/06; East Rutherford, NJ)
- Umaga (w/ Armando Allejandro Estrada, Vince & Shane McMahon) pinned Triple H with the thumb strike to the throat at 5:12 after Triple H fought off the interfering McMahons; after the bout, Vince dropped Triple H with his own version of the Pedigree to end the show (8/7/06; Memphis, TN)
- Shawn Michaels & Triple H defeated Vince & Shane McMahon at 13:02 when Triple H pinned Vince with the Pedigree following the superkick from Michaels; before the match began, the McMahons had WWE US Champion Finlay, William Regal, Ken Kennedy, and ECW World Champion the Big Show attack DX in the ring, with Show dropping Triple H with a chokeslam through the ECW announce table; Umaga interfered at the 10-minute mark, dropping both Michaels and Triple H with the thumb strike to the throat, but Kane came out moments later and battled him backstage; during the final moments of the match, Shane attempted the Van Terminator on Triple H but Michaels dropped him with the superkick as he was in mid air (Summer Slam 06 - 8/20/06; Boston, MA)
- Shawn Michaels & Triple H defeated Ken Kennedy, WWE US Champion Finlay, & William Regal (mystery opponents) at around the 6-minute mark when Triple H pinned Regal with the Pedigree after Regal accidentally hit Finlay with a steel chair and sustained Michaels' superkick; after the bout, Shane McMahon appeared and said the match wasn't over and ECW World Champion the Big Show was now an additional opponent; moments later, Show, Finlay, Kennedy, and Regal assaulted DX until Vince McMahon appeared, repeatedy hit Triple H in the face with a lead pipe before choking him out with the weapon; Shane then held Michaels up allowing Vince to hit him with a video camera and choke him out with a cable cord; after bloodying both Michaels and Triple H, Vince grabbed the mic and said at Unforgiven DX would face the McMahons & Big Show in Hell in a Cell (the bout began during the commercial break) (8/28/06; Atlantic City, NJ)
- Triple H & Shawn Michaels defeated ECW World Champion the Big Show (w/ Paul Heyman) via disqualification in a non-title match at 5:50 when Hardcore Holly interfered as Triple H attempted the Pedigree; prior to the bout, Paul Heyman appeared, accompanied by his bodyguards, and announced the handicap match would not be held under extreme rules, as previously announced; after the contest, Triple H made the save for Michaels and used his sledgehammer to clear the ring of Holly, Show, and the bodyguards (9/5/06; Columbus, GA)
- 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)
- Shawn Michaels & Triple H defeated ECW World Champion the Big Show, Vince & Shane McMahon in a handicapped Hell in a Cell match at 25:05 when Triple H pinned Vince after breaking a sledgehammer over Vince's back after Michaels dropped Vince with the superkick; during the final moments of the match, DX pulled down Show's tights and stuffed Vince's face against Show's ass; after the match, medics put both McMahons in neck braces and took them backstage on stretchers (Unforgiven 06 - 9/17/06; Toronto, Ontario)
- Shawn Michaels & Triple H defeated Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch, Robbie & Rory McAllister, and Charlie Haas & Viscera in an impromptu Texas Tornado match at 2:57 when Triple H pinned Haas following the superkick and the Pedigree; prior to the bout, DX cut an in-ring promo on Vince McMahon until Jonathan Coachman appeared on the stage and ordered them to face six other men then and there; after the match, Coachman said it wasn't over and he still ran the show, with Triple H replying maybe DX should throw Coachman out of the building and take over the show themselves; Triple H & Michaels then chased Coachman backstage as the show went to commercial (10/2/06; Topeka, KS)
- Triple H & Shawn Michaels defeated Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch in a streetfight at 5:50 when Triple H pinned Cade with the Pedigree after the superkick from Michaels; prior to the bout, DX said they had a present for Vince McMahon and then showed a photo of Cocky, the USC mascot, on the big screen; Michaels then told Triple H Cocky wasn't in the building because his representation didn't think it was a good idea for him to appear with DX, with Triple H then going on a several-minute tirade about the fun Vince and Cocky could have had together (10/9/06; Columbia, SC)
- Triple H (w/ Shawn Michaels) pinned Randy Orton (w/ Edge & Lita) with a chairshot to the head behind the referee's back at 9:38 after Michaels hit a low blow on Orton as Orton prepared to hit Triple H with the chair (10/15/06; Los Angeles, CA)
- Edge & Randy Orton defeated Triple H & Shawn Michaels at 18:09 when Orton pinned Triple H after hitting him in the back with a steel chair, as Triple H attempted the Pedigree on Edge, and then dropping him with the RKO onto the chair; Eric Bischoff was the guest referee for the bout, winning the poll with 60% and beating Jonathan Coachman with 20% and Vince McMahon with 20% (Cyber Sunday 06 - 11/5/06; Cincinnati, OH)
- Triple H & Shawn Michaels defeated Lance Cade, Trevor Murdoch, Viscera, & Charlie Haas in an impromptu handicap match at around the 7-minute mark when Triple H pinned Haas with the Pedigree after Michaels hit the superkick on Viscera, sending him falling onto Cade & Murdoch on the floor; after the bout, a clip from the new Raw vs. Smackdown 2007 video game was shown featuring DX vs. Randy Orton & Edge (the bout began during the commercial break) (11/13/06; Manchester, England)
- Triple H, Shawn Michaels, CM Punk, Matt Hardy, & WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Edge & Randy Orton, Mike Knox (w/ Kelly Kelly), WWE Crusierweight Champion Gregory Helms, & Johnny Nitro (w/ Melina) in an elimination match at 11:33; Michaels pinned Knox with the superkick at the 41-second mark; Nitro submitted to Punk's Anaconda Vice at 4:57 after Matt dropped Nitro throat-first across the top rope and Punk followed with the uranage; Matt pinned Helms at 9:26 following the Twist of Fate / Swanton combo; Michaels pinned Edge with the superkick at 10:39 following a running knee to the head by Punk and a leapfrog splash in the corner by Jeff; Triple H pinned Orton with the Pedigree following the superkick from Michaels (Survivor Series 06 - 11/26/06; Philadelphia, PA)

Royal Rumble 07 (2/27/07)

WrestleMania III (Championship Edition) (3/6/07)
- Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) won a 20-man battle royal at 11:16 by last eliminating Billy Jack Haynes after Haynes grabbed for Heenan on the ring apron; other participants included: WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan), Ron Bass, B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell, Demolition, the Islanders, Billy Jack Haynes, Hillbilly Jim, the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart), Blackjack Mulligan, Paul Orndorff, Lanny Poffo, Butch Reed, Sika, Nikolai Volkoff, & Koko B. Ware; order of elimination: Honky by Hogan via a bodyslam (0:33); Sika by Andre (0:57); Haku by Andre (1:37); Poffo by Andre after a headbutt (1:49); after his elimination, Poffo - who was busted open by Andre and bled profusely - was taken backstage on a stretcher; Bass by Hogan via a backdrop (3:41); Mulligan by Andre via a hiptoss (3:47); Volkoff by Hogan (4:05); Blair by Andre after a series of headbutts (4:24); Orndorff by Hogan via a bodyslam (5:59); Hogan by Andre after a headbutt from behind (6:09); Brunzell by Andre (7:36); Andre by Jim, Haynes, Demolition, Reed, Koko, Tama, & Hercules (8:08); Tama by Hercules (8:17); Ax by Jim (8:21); Jim by Smash & Hercules (8:39); Reed by Koko via a dropkick from behind (9:07); Koko by Hercules (10:03); Smash by Haynes via a clothesline (10:55) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 2/21/87; Detroit, MI)

Mick Foley: Greatest Hits & Misses (Hardcore Edition) (3/6/07)
- Cactus Jack defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via count-out at around the 11:30 mark after the champion hit the steel retaining barrier chest-first; after the bout, Tony Schiavone interviewed Cactus at ringside; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match (WCW Saturday Night - 4/17/93)
- WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne in a non-title streetfight when Jerry Sags pinned Cactus with a shovel blow to the side of the head after Cactus was tossed from the walkway to the floor; after the bout, Payne was knocked out after being hit in the head with part of a broken table; the theme songs of both teams were altered for the release of the DVD (WCW Spring Stampede 94 - 4/17/94; Chicago, IL; Rosemont Horizon)
- Sabu (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & 911) pinned Cactus Jack at around the 13-minute mark after Dangerously hit Cactus in the head with his portable phone; after the bout, Mr. Hughes came ringside and was about to attack Cactus before Shane Douglas came out and held him back; moments later, the Bruise Brothers came to the ring and fought with Douglas and Hughes as Cactus and Sabu brawled into the crowd; after the Bruise Brothers, Douglas, and Hughes returned backstage, Sabu and Cactus began fighting back inside the ring where Sabu eventually broke a bottle over Cactus' head after a lengthy brawl (ECW Hostile City Showdown - 6/24/94; ECW Arena)
- Cactus Jack pinned Chris Candido (w/ Tammy Fytch) at 8:12 with the double arm DDT after Candido accidentally ran into Boo Bradley on the ring apron; after the bout, Brian Lee came out to make the save for Cactus; Jim Ross and Les Thatcher did commentary for the bout (Smokey Mountain Wrestling - 11/18/94)
- Cactus Jack defeated the Sandman (w/ Woman) in a Texas Death Match at 16:07 when Sandman could not meet the referee's standing 10-count after sustaining a double arm DDT and being pinned on the floor (ECW - 2/4/95)
- Terry Funk & Tommy Dreamer defeated Raven & Cactus Jack at 13:39 when Funk pinned Raven after Dreamer hit Raven with a piledriver onto a steel chair; during the bout, Cactus wore two t-shirts, one with images of WCW's Dungeon of Doom and the other with a picture of Eric Bischoff (ECW November to Remember - 11/18/95; ECW Arena)
- Cactus Jack pinned Mickey Whipwreck at 17:19 with a piledriver onto a steel chair; after the bout, Cactus helped Mickey to his feet (Cactus' last match before jumping to the WWF) (ECW Big Ass Extreme Bash - 3/9/96; ECW Arena)
- 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, PA)
- Cactus Jack (sub. for Dude Love) pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) in a streetfight at 13:40 following a piledriver through a wooden table; prior to the contest, Dude Love appeared on the Titantron, saying that streetfights just weren't his thing; after inviting out Mankind as a possible substitute, Mankind said that he had an idea for the perfect replacement, Cactus Jack (Cactus' surprise WWF debut) (Raw is War - 9/22/97; Madison Square Garden)
- Mick Foley pinned Terry Funk in a no holds barred, falls count anywhere match at around 16:45 with a piledriver followed by a second piledriver onto a steel chair; WWF World Champion Steve Austin did guest commentary for the match and, mid-way through the contest, threw Jerry Lawler out of his seat after he thought it was Lawler's fault that his headset stopped working; Pat Patterson was the surprise guest referee for the bout; after the match, Foley continued to attack Funk inside the ring before Austin left the commentary table, entered the ring, and threw his cup of beer in Foley's face; moments thereafter, a blinded Foley accidentally applied the Mandible Claw on Patterson; after a confrontation with Foley, Austin hit the Stunner on Patterson as Patterson prepared to hit him with a steel chair from behind; after Foley walked up the ramp, he was met by Vince McMahon and two dudettes, with Vince handing Foley his Dude Love attire, officially naming him the #1 contender (Raw is War - 4/28/98; Richmond Coliseum)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned Dude Love at 22:27 with the Stunner; mid-way through the bout, guest referee Vince McMahon had the match turned into a No DQ contest and later on added a falls count anywhere stipulation; late in the contest, McMahon was knocked out by an accidental chair shot from the challenger; as Pat Patterson, the guest ring announcer for the bout, attempted to make the count for Dude he was pulled out of the ring and chokeslammed through one of the commentary tables by the surprise guest ring enforcer - the Undertaker; moments later as Gerald Brisco, the guest time keeper, attempted to do the same, he was put through the second commentary table by Taker; Austin then grabbed the unconcious McMahon's hand and slapped it to the mat three times to give himself the win (Over the Edge 98 - 5/31/98; Milwaukee, WI)
- 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 tacs 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)
- Mankind (w/ Triple H, Billy Gunn, the Road Dogg, X-Pac, & Chyna) pinned WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ Vince & Shane McMahon, Test, WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman, Test, & Kane) to win the title at 8:48 after Steve Austin interfered and hit the champion in the head with a steel chair as all members of DX and the Corporation battled around ringside; after the match, DX hoisted Mankind on their shoulders in victory (Raw is War - 12/29/98; Worcester, MA)
- 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)
The following matches featured new commentary by Joey Styles & Mick Foley
- WWE IC Champion Randy Orton pinned Mick Foley in a falls count anywhere match at 23:03 by hitting the RKO onto a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, moments after Foley kicked out of another RKO; mid-way through the bout, Foley attempted to ignite the baseball bat but Eric Bischoff came out and threatened to stop the pay-per-view if Foley went ahead with it; after the bout, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista came out to help Orton backstage; pre-match stipulations stated that all members of Evolution would be banned from ringside for the duration of the match (Backlash 04 - 4/18/04; Edmonton, Alberta)
- Edge (w/ Lita) pinned Mick Foley in a hardcore match at 14:37 by pinning him outside the ring after spearing Foley off the apron and through a flaming table (WrestleMania 22 - 4/2/06; Chicago, IL)
- Lita, co-WWE Hardcore Champions Edge & Mick Foley defeated Terry Funk, Tommy Dreamer, & Beulah McGillicutty at 18:45 when Edge pinned Beulah with the spear; the bout was originally scheduled as Funk & Dreamer vs. Edge & Foley but was changed to a 6-person tag match following a challenge from Beulah; prior to the bout, Foley cut a promo praising the way Stephanie McMahon ran ECW and Edge insulted the Internet fan crowd; mid-way through the match, Funk was helped backstage after suffering an injury, prompting the crowd to chant "We want Sandman," with Funk returning minutes later; late in the match, Funk repeatedly hit Foley with a flaming 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire, sending him flying through a table on the floor covered in barbed wire; after the match, Funk & Dreamer received a strong ovation from the crowd after Funk was cut out of the barbed wire (One Night Stand 06 - 6/11/06; Hammerstein Ballroom)
- Ric Flair defeated Mick Foley in an I Quit match at 13:12 when Foley stopped the match when it appeared Flair was about to hit Melina, who came ringside late in the contest, with a barbed wire baseball bat; the match orginally ended at 10:25 when the trainer deemed Foley unable to continue after he fell to the floor with his head landing on a trash can; moments later, Flair grabbed the mic and said Foley never quit so the match had to continue; the match again ended at 12:19 when Melina threw in the towel as Flair drove a barbed wire baseball bat into Foley's head with the intention of injuring his eyes but Flair again said the match had to continue because Foley didn't himself give up (Summer Slam 06 - 8/20/06; Boston, MA)

Royal Rumble: Complete Anthology (3/13/07)

No Way Out 07 (3/20/07)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista, the Undertaker, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions - WWE World Champion John Cena & Shawn Michaels defeated Edge, Randy Orton, MVP, & Ken Kennedy at 16:39 when Michaels pinned Orton with the superkick; after the bout, Taker dropped Michaels with a chokeslam, thinking he was responsible for knocking him to the floor before the finish, with Batista then dropping Cena with the sit-down powerbomb as the show came to a close (2/12/07; Portland, OR)

Ric Flair & the 4 Horsemen (4/10/07)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair, National Tag Team Champions Ole & Arn Anderson defeated the Italian Stallion, Pez Whatley, & Rocky King at around the 14-minute mark when Whatley submitted to Flair's figure-4 after sustaining Arn's gordbuster; late in the match, Magnum TA joined Tony Schiavone on commentary; after the bout, Flair & the Andersons confronted Magnum on the floor until Jimmy Valiant and ? appeared, scaring them off (World Championship Wrestling - 6/22/85)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Ricky Morton in a steel cage match at 23:15 with his feet on the ropes for leverage after dropping Morton crotch-first across the top rope; Morton wore a protective mask over his face to shield his broken nose but Flair removed it mid-way through the contest; prior to the match, Flair arrived in a WSOC Channel 9 helicopter alongside sportscaster Harold Jackson, who was the guest ring announcer for the match (7/4/86; Charlotte Memorial Stadium)
- Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes in a first blood match to win the title at 8:41 after hitting him with a roll of coins; prior to the match, Rhodes busted open Dillon with an elbow to the head; Rhodes made Blanchard bleed first, at the 11-minute mark, but referee Earl Hebner was knocked out, allowing Dillon to wipe away the blood, rub Vasoline on the wound, and hand the challenger the roll of coins; after the bout, Rhodes threw Hebner to the floor; Bob Caudle and Johnny Weaver did commentary for the match (Starrcade 86 - 11/27/86; Greensboro, NC)
- Lex Luger, Steve Williams, Nikita Koloff, Dusty Rhodes, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames at 21:07 when Dillon submitted to Rhodes' figure-4, with Rhodes grabbing the bottom rope for added leverage; order of entry: Rhodes, Anderson, Windham, Williams, Flair, Luger, Blanchard, Nikita, Dillon, Ellering; Tony Schiavone was the ring announcer for the match (7/16/88; Greensboro, NC; War Memorial Stadium)
- Nikita Koloff & Sting fought NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 20:07; the bell rang as Sting had Blanchard caught in the Scorpion Deathlock, making some fans believe there was a title change; Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone did commentary for the match; after the bout, Sting & Koloff left ringside with the belts (Great American Bash 88 - 7/10/88; Baltimore Arena)
- Lex Luger & Barry Windham defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) to win the titles at 9:33 when Luger pinned Anderson after throwing him into the corner, with Anderson hitting a steel chair held in the corner by Dillon; Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone did commentary for the bout (Clash of the Champions - 3/27/88; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Arn Anderson pinned Ric Flair at 23:04 with the DDT after Brian Pillman kicked Flair in the back of the head, moments after Flair knocked Pillman off the ring apron; prior to the bout, Pillman, Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Scotty Riggs, Col. Rob Parker, Big Bubba, Eddie Guerrero, and Alex Wright were shown watching the match from the crowd; Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan did commentary for the match (Fall Brawl 95 - 9/17/95; Asheville, NC)

WrestleMania 23 (3 Disc) (5/22/07)

WrestleMania 23 (2 Disc) (5/22/07)

Backlash 07 (5/29/07)

The Ladder Match (6/5/07)
- Big Daddy Ritter defeated North American Champion Jake Robberts in a ladder match to win the title after Roberts became entangled in the ring ropes; due to pre-match stipulations, Ritter also won $1,000; joined in progress; Ed Whalen provided commentary for the match (7/79; Calgary, Alberta)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a ladder match at 13:46 after dropkicking the ladder, causing the challenger to fall off, crotch himself on the top rope, and fall to the floor (the WWF's first ladder match) (7/21/92; Portland, ME)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Razor Ramon in a ladder match at 24:58 after avoiding an attempt at the Razor's Edge and backdropping the challenger to the floor; after the bout, Razor handed Michaels the title belt and the two shook hands; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 95 - 8/27/95; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Triple H (w/ Chyna) defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ Mark Henry) at 26:03 in a ladder match to win the title after Chyna hit a low blow on the champion as he climbed the ladder; prior to the bout, the Chris Warren Band performed the DX theme song to bring the challenger and Chyna to the ring; late in the match, Henry threw powder in Triple H's face, blinding him; after the contest, X-Pac and WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn appeared to celebrate and help Triple H to the back (Summer Slam 98 - 8/30/98; Madison Square Garden)
- Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Edge & Christian in a ladder match at 16:30 when Jeff leapt from one ladder to another, knocked Edge off, and grabbed the bag of $100,000; due to pre-match stipulations, the Hardyz won the best of 7 series with Edge & Christian, the $100,000, and the managerial services of Terri; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (No Mercy 99 - 10/17/99; Cleveland, OH)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz and Matt & Jeff Hardy in a TLC match at 14:49 after both champions threw a ladder into Matt, who was dangling by the title belts 20 feet in the air; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 00 - 8/27/00; Raleigh, NC)
- Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi (w/ Leia Meow) and Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias in a ladder match at 13:51 when both men grabbed the contract after Helms threw Noble off a ladder placed across two others to build a bridge; pre-match stipulations stated the sole winner would face WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. the following night on WCW Monday Nitro; Tony Schiavone, Scott Hudson, Mark Madden, & Guerrero provided commentary for the bout (WCW Starrcade 00 - 12/17/00; Washington DC)
- Edge & Christian defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz and Matt & Jeff Hardy in TLC 2 to win the titles at 15:41 when Christian, on Rhyno's shoulders, grabbed the belts as Edge prevented D-Von Dudley from making the save, moments after Rhyno shoved both Bubba Ray Dudley and Matt Hardy off the top of a ladder, with both men falling through a table set up on the floor; earlier in the bout, both Lita and Spike Dudley interfered on behalf of their teams as well; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania X-7 - 4/1/01; Houston AstroDome)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy, the Dudley Boyz, and Edge & Christian in TLC 3 at around the 21-minute mark when Benoit grabbed the belts after Edge leapt off the top of a ladder, spearing Jericho who was at the top of another ladder; at the 4 minute mark, Benoit was knocked out after jumping off the top and crashing through a table set up on the floor as he attempted a diving headbutt on Matt, who was laid across the table before eventually moving out of the way; moments later, Tazz left the commentary position and called for help, with Benoit then being put on a stretcher and being taken backstage before returning minutes later (5/22/01; Annaheim, CA)
- Edge defeated WWF IC Champion Christian in a ladder match to win the title at 22:17 after hitting a Con-Chair-Two as the champion was laid across the top of two ladders, with Edge standing atop a third ladder; moments prior to the finish, Edge hit a low blow from behind by using one of the two steel chairs (No Mercy 01 - 10/21/01; St. Louis, MO)
- Rob Van Dam defeated WWE IC Champion Eddie Guerrero in a ladder match to win the title at 20:27 after kicking the champion off the top rope to the floor; early in the bout, Chris Benoit appeared in the crowd and showed a ticket to security before taking a seat in the front row; after the bout, Benoit helped Steve Austin in holding off Ric Flair and Eddie Guerrero only to attack Austin from behind and help in triple teaming him (5/27/02; Edmonton, Alberta)
- WWE World Champion the Undertaker defeated Jeff Hardy in a ladder match at 14:05 after chokeslamming the challenger from the top of the ladder; after the match, Jeff reached his feet and was met with a powerbomb from the champion; Jeff again reached his feet moments later, grabbed the mic and said Taker hadn't broken him; Taker then returned to the ring, set up Hardy for a punch, but instead raised Jeff's hand in a showing of respect (7/1/02; Manchester, NH)
- WWE Tag Team Champion Kane defeated Chris Jericho & Christian, Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley, and Rob Van Dam & Jeff Hardy in a TLC match at 25:07 after chokeslamming Jericho off the top of the ladder; the Hurricane was scheduled to defend the titles alongside Kane but was attacked backstage before the match by Ric Flair and Triple H (10/7/02; Las Vegas)
- Chris Jericho defeated Christian in a ladder match to win the vacant WWE IC title at 22:28 after, as both men stood at the top of seperate ladders, Jericho hit a facebuster all the way to the mat (Unforgiven 04 - 9/12/04; Portland, OR)
- Edge defeated Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko), WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin, and Kane in a ladder match at 15:20 after knocking Benoit off the top with a chair shot; due to pre-match stipulations, Edge earned a Raw world title shot for whenever he wants within 1 complete year (WrestleMania 21 - 4/3/05; Los Angeles, CA)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Eddie Guerrero in a ladder match at 20:19 as Guerrero was held back by his wife Vickie; due to pre-match stipulations, Mysterio regained custody of his son, Dominick; had Guerrero won, he would have been given custody of Dominick; mid-way through the contest, Dominick, who sat ringside for the match, ran into the ring and attempted to shake Eddie off the ladder but wasn't strong enough to do so; late in the match, Guerrero's wife came to the ring and shoved Eddie off the top of the ladder just as he was about to win the bout (Summer Slam 05 - 8/21/05; Washington DC)
- Edge (w/ Lita) defeated Matt Hardy in a ladder match at 13:48 after swinging Hardy from the cable so that he landed across the top rope, then tying Hardy's arms in the ropes and having Lita lock him in a crucifix to prevent him from escaping; due to pre-match stipulations, Hardy was forced to leave Raw; had Hardy won, he would have claimed Edge's Money in the Bank world title shot and Edge would have been forced to leave the Raw brand (10/3/05; Dallas, TX)
- WWE World Champion Edge (w/ Lita) defeated WWE IC Champion Ric Flair in a TLC match at 16:40 by punching the challenger off the top of the ladder; prior to the bout, Flair embraced his daughter Ashley who sat ringside; after the contest, Edge hit the spear on Flair and attempted to hit a Con-Chair-Two on the bloody IC Champion until John Cena made the save and cleared the ring; only the world title was on the line in the match (1/16/06; Raleigh, NC)
- John Cena defeated WWE World Champion Edge to win the title in a TLC match at 25:28 after hitting a FU from the top of the ladder through two tables stacked on top of each other; Lita interfered late in the match until Cena dropped her with the FU; after the bout, the new champion hugged his father, who sat ringside for the match; pre-match stipulations stated if Cena didn't win the match he would have to sign a 3-year contract with Smackdown! (Unforgiven 06 - 9/17/06; Toronto, Ontario)
- WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy defeated Johnny Nitro (w/ Melina) in a ladder match at 18:29 following a leapfrog legdrop from the top rope and over the ladder, then placing the ladder over Nitro - preventing him from getting up - as Hardy climbed up; prior to the bout, it was announced Matt & Jeff Hardy would team for the first time in over 4 years the following night on ECW (11/20/06; Baltimore, MD)
- WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Paul London & Brian Kendrick defeated Johnny Nitro & Joey Mercury, WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy & Matt Hardy, and William Regal & Dave Taylor in a ladder match at 20:13 when London grabbed the belts after knocking Matt off the ladder; the match was scheduled as London & Kendrick vs. Regal & Taylor but Teddy Long appeared before the bout and announced it would now be a ladder match and the Hardys and MNM would also be involved; prior to the contest, MNM was escorted to the ring by Melina; Mercury was taken out of the match at the 10-minute mark after a ladder collided with his face, fracturing his nose in several places (Armageddon 06 - 12/17/06; Richmond, VA)

The Most Powerful Families of Wrestling (6/5/07)
- Chief Jay Strongbow & Peter Maivia defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & Ali Baba at 10:33 when Strongbow pinned Baba following a double chop; prior to the bout, Maivia sang and played his ukulele over the microphone (9/27/77; Philadelphia, PA)
- Greg Gagne (w/ Verne Gagne) pinned AWA World Champion Curt Hennig (w/ Larry Hennig) to win the title when Verne hit Hennig behind the referee's back with a foreign object as the referee was distracted by Larry on the floor; after the bout, the Gagnes and Hennigs continued to fight until other wrestlers came out to break it up; Rod Trongard provided commentary for the bout; joined in progress (2/4/88; Minneapolis, MN)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau at 12:15 when Butch pinned Jacques after Luke hit Jacques with an axe handle behind the referee's back as Jacques had Butch covered after being tripped from the floor by Raymond (2/20/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Barry & Kendall Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Michael Hayes at 5:16 when Barry pinned Luger following a lariat from Kendall and Hayes causing his partner to trip; after the bout, Hayes and the Windhams triple teamed Luger, with Kendall holding Luger up for Hayes to drop him with an elevated DDT; Jim Ross provided commentary for the match (3/12/89; Atlanta Omni)
- Bob Orton Sr. & Bob Orton Jr. defeated Jeff Ports & Rocky Smith at 6:27 when Orton Jr. pinned King with a reverse splash off the middle turnbuckle and a piledriver; Gordon Solie & Bob Roop provided commentary for the match (4/21/76; Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- Kerry, Kevin, & David Von Erich defeated Bill Irwin, Frank Dusek, & Ten Gu in a 2-ring tag team match at 10:59 when Kevin pinned Gu with a splash after Irwin accidentally hit Gu with a double axe handle off the top as Kerry had Gu caught in the claw; rules stated a wrestler from each team would compete in a ring and the third man would be on the floor and could be tagged in at any time; prior to the bout, the Von Erichs were escorted ringside by Mike Von Erich (WCCW Star Wars - 12/25/81; Dallas, TX)
- Blackjack Mulligan Sr. & Blackjack Mulligan Jr. defeated Jim Nelson & Ricky Harris at 5:25 when Sr. pinned Harris with the claw (Mid-Atlantic; 1/13/82)
- Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Jack & Jerry Brisco to win the titles at 12:59 when Youngblood pinned Jerry after Steamboat press slammed his partner onto Brisco; Angelo Mosca was the guest referee for the bout; Gordon Solie & Bob Caudle provided commentary for the match; after the bout, the Briscos threw Youngblood to the floor and assaulted Steamboat and Mosca until the new champions eventually cleared the ring (NWA Starrcade 83 - 11/24/83; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Hector, Mondo, & Chavo Guerrero defeated Mike Enos, Tom Burton, & Crusher Kruganoff when Chavo pinned Kruganoff at 8:31 with a splash after hitting a top rople splash as Hector and Mondo had Kruganoff in a double surfboard; Lee Marshall & Verne Gagne provided commentary for the bout (AWA All Star Wrestling - 9/4/88; Las Vegas)
- Bret, Owen, Bruce, & Keith Hart (w/ Stu Hart) defeated Shawn Michaels, the Black, Blue, & Red Knight (Barry Horowitz, Greg Valentine, & Jeff Gaylord; Terry Funk was set to be one of the Knights but no-showed) at 30:56; Owen pinned the Black Knight with a missile dropkick at 10:49 after Bruce Irish whipped Keith into the Black Knight; Bret defeated the Red Knight via submission with the Sharpshooter after an inverted atomic drop at 18:10; Owen defeated the Blue Knight via submission with the Sharpshooter after a bulldog at 23:46; Michaels pinned Owen with a roll up at 27:16 after Owen collided with Bret on the apron, knocking Bret into the ring barrier; after the fall, Owen became visibly upset with Bret for having him be pinned before then leaving ringside; Michaels was counted-out after he walked out of the match; much of the Hart family was shown sitting ringside for the bout; prior to the bout, guest ring announcer Ray Combs - of The Family Feud - introduced several members of the Hart Family sitting ringside for the show before making jokes at Michaels' expense; Combs provided guest commentary for the match as well; after the match, Owen returned ringside, seemingly to celebrate the win, but began shoving Bret until the other brothers intervened (Survivor Series 93 - 11/24/93; Boston Garden)
- Dustin & Dusty Rhodes defeated Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Col. Rob Parker & Meng) via disqualification at 7:19 when Arn Anderson, who appeared late in the match, interfered as Dustin had Buck covered and dropped Dustin with the DDT; after the bout, Dusty cleared Anderson from the ring and smashed a wooden chair over Meng's head but to no effect; Meng then applied a nerve hold on Dusty as Dustin was beaten down; moments later, Frankie Lancaster attempted to make the save but was knocked down by Meng; eventually, Doug Dillenger, Greg Gagne, and others broke up the fight (WCW Clash of the Champions XXVIII - 8/24/94; Cedar Rapids, IA)
- ECW Tag Team Champions Public Enemy fought Terry & Dory Funk Jr. to a no contest in a non-title match at 13:24 when 911, who appeared ringside late in the bout with Paul E. Dangerously, hit the chokeslam on the referee; seconds later, the champions hit a double clothesline on Dory and piled on top of him as Paul E. counted the pinfall; Terry then made the save by clearing the ring and counting Dory's pinfall over Johnny Grunge; in the ensuing brawl, Grunge choked Dory out in the ring with tape as Terry hung Rocco Rock by a rope upside down from the eagle's nest section of the arena; moments later, Dory and Terry punched at Rock as he was hung upside down (ECW Hostile City Showdown - 6/24/94; ECW Arena)
- WWF IC Champion Rocky Maivia pinned the Sultan (w/ the Iron Sheik & Mr. Bob Backlund) at 9:48 with a reversal into a roll up; prior to the bout, the Honkytonk Man came ringside to do guest commentary for the contest; after the match, Jim Ross attempted to interview the champion at ringside until Maivia was attacked by the Sultan, Sheik, and Backlund; moments thereafter, Rocky Johnson came to the ring to help his son (WrestleMania 13 - 3/23/97; Chicago, IL)
- Ivan & Scott Putski defeated Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher at 4:55 when Ivan pinned Lawler with the Polish Hammer; prior to the bout, Ivan sang in the ring (Ivan's one-match return after a 10-year absence) (7/14/97; San Antonio, TX)
- WWE US Champion Eddie Guerrero & Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin to win the titles at around the 12-minute mark when Eddie pinned Haas following a brainbuster / frog splash double team; seconds before the finish, Haas landed badly after recieving a double backdrop; moments earlier, Benjamin was taken out of the match after being clipped in the knee by Chavo and appeared to suffer a legit leg injury (Chavo's return after a 4-month absence) (9/16/03; Raleigh, NC)
- Randy Orton pinned the Undertaker with the RKO at 17:17 moments after a fan ran into the ring and distracted both the Undertaker and the referee before being escorted out of the ring by officials; after the bout, Randy pulled the disguise off of the 'fan' to reveal it was actually his father, Bob Orton Jr. (Summer Slam 05 - 8/21/05; Washington DC)

Judgment Day 07 (6/19/07)

Legends Collection (7/3/07)

Superstars of WCW Bundle (7/3/07)

John Cena / Edge 2006 Rivalry Package (7/3/07)

ECW One Night Stand 07 (7/10/07)
- Randy Orton defeated Rob Van Dam at 16:23 when referee Mike Chioda stopped the bout after RVD suffered several hard blows to the head and, though he struggled to get to his feet, would not respond to the referee; after the bout, Orton dropped RVD with the RKO; moments later, medics attended to RVD in the ring; during the commercial break, RVD was helped backstage by referees (5/28/07; Toronto, Ontario)

Vengeance 07 (7/24/07)

Great American Bash 07 (8/21/07)

Summer Slam 07 (9/25/07)

Unforgiven 07 (10/16/07)

Rey Mysterio: Biggest Little Man (10/23/07)
- Louie Spicolli, Psychosis, & Fuerza Guerrera defeated Rey Mysterio Jr., Heavy Metal, & Latin Lover at 12:41 when Guerrera forced Heavy Metal to submit with a standing armbar; Chris Cruise & Mike Tenay did commentary for the bout (AAA When Worlds Collide - 11/6/94; Los Angeles Sports Arena)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Psychosis at 10:19 with a hurricanrana off the top (Mysterio and Psychosis' debut) (ECW Gangsta's Paradise 95 - 9/16/95; ECW Arena)
- AAA Walterweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Juventud Guerrera at 9:27 by reversing a Splash Mountain off the top into a hurricanrana; ring announcer Joel Gertner did half the announcing in Spanish (2/3/96; Queens, NY; Lost Battalion Hall)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Dean Malenko pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 17:51 by reversing a hurricanrana attempt into a powerbomb and putting both feet on the ropes for leverage; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the bout (Mysterio's debut) (WCW Great American Bash 96 - 6/16/96; Baltimore Arena)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Dean Malenko to win the title at around the 12:30 mark by reversing a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker into a hurricanrana and cover (WCW Monday Nitro - 7/8/96; Orlando, FL)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned the Ultimo Dragon (w/ Sony Onoo) at 11:36 with a hurricanrana off the top; Mike Tenay provided guest commentary for the bout (WCW Hog Wild - 8/10/96; Sturgis, SD)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Super Calo at 15:48 with a double springboard into a hurricanrana and roll up; Mike Tenay provided guest commentary for the bout (WCW Fall Brawl 96 - 9/15/96; Winston-Salem, NC)
- Dean Malenko pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. to win the title at 18:32 with a gutwrench powerbomb off the top; Mike Tenay provided guest commentary for the match; during the bout, Mysterio regained possession of a mask Malenko recently stole from him and removed the mask he had been wearing to put on the other one (WCW Halloween Havoc 96 - 10/27/96; Las Vegas, NV)
- Jushin Liger pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. with a Liger Bomb at 14:16 after avoiding a hurricanrana off the top and hitting a rolling kick; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the match (WCW Starrcade 96 - 12/29/96; Nashville, TN)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned the Ultimo Dragon at 14:55 with a springboard hurricanrana; during the bout, Lee Marshal attempted to interview Kevin Nash backstage but WCW Cruiserweight Champion Syxx wouldn't let him in the lockerroom; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the bout (WCW Spring Stampede 97 - 4/6/97; Tupelo, MS)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Eddie Guerrero in a mask vs. title match to win the title at 13:49 by reversing a Splash Mountain off the top into a hurricanrana and cover; after the bout, Guerrero attacked Mysterio from behind and threw him to the floor; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the bout (WCW Halloween Havoc 97 - 10/26/97; Las Vegas, NV)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 12:44 with the frog splash after dropping Mysterio face-first across the top rope as Mysterio attempted a top rope DDT (WCW World War III - 11/23/97; Auburn Hills, MI)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Juventud Guerrera to win the title at 9:48 with a hurricanrana into a roll up after avoiding the champion's 450 splash (WCW Thunder - 1/15/98; Lakeland, FL)
- Chris Jericho defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. via submission with the Liontamer to win the title after reversing a hurricanrana off the top at 8:22; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the bout; after the contest, Jericho took the mic and said it was the greatest moment of his life; moments later, when the fans booed Jericho, he said he would give them a reason to boo then and then tore off Mysterio's knee brace and beat him with it; Jericho then threw Mysterio to the floor and rammed a steel tool box into Mysterio's already injured knee before then leaving ringside and saying he was sorry (Mysterio's last appearance for 6 months) (WCW Souled Out 98 - 1/24/98; Dayton, OH)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Psychosis with a hurricanrana into a roll up at 13:38; due to pre-match stipulations, Mysterio earned a WCW Cruiserweight title shot for a later date (WCW Road Wild 98 - 8/8/98; Sturgis, SD)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. (w/ Konnan) pinned Blitzkreig at 8:24 with a hurricanrana off the top (WCW Monday Nitro - 2/9/99; Buffalo, NY)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 5:52 with the 619 and West Coast Pop (Mysterio's WWE TV debut) (7/23/02; Indianapolis, IN)
- Kurt Angle defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. via submission at 9:20 with the ankle lock after blocking a hurricanrana from the top; during the bout, there were chants of both "Angle sucks" and "Let's go Angle" (Summer Slam 02 - 8/25/02; Long Island, NY)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WWE Cruiserweight Champion Matt Hardy at 13:58 to win the title by reversing the Twist of Fate into a double leg pickup and roll over; early in the match, Shannon Moore and Crash Holly were sent backstage by the referee but later returned behind the referee's back, hit a double front suplex on the challenger, and returned backstage; after the bout, Mysterio brought his young son into the ring with him to celebrate; Mysterio's family sat ringside for the event (6/3/03; Anaheim, CA)
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri (w/ Akio & Sakoda) at 13:54 with a standing West Coast Pop to win the title after Tajiri accidentally sprayed Sakoda in the face and then the challenger knocked Akio off the apron with a handspring (12/30/03; Laredo, TX)
- WWE Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 19:45 by reversing a Gory Bomb into a modified sunset flip (Great American Bash 04 - 6/27/04; Norfolk, VA)
- Eddie Guerrero & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Doug & Danny Basham to win the titles when Guerrero pinned Doug at 14:52 after hitting him with one of the title belts, slid in the ring by Mysterio, as the referee's back was turned (No Way Out 05 - 2/20/05; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Eddie Guerrero via disqualification at 18:28 when Guerrero struck Mysterio with a steel chair as Mysterio attempted the springboard legdrop after hitting the 619; moments earlier, Chavo Guerrero Jr. distracted the referee from the ring apron as Guerrero grabbed the chair from ringside; after the bout, Eddie repeatedly hit Rey with the chair until referees and officials, among them Fit Finlay and Steve Kiern, swarmed the ring (Judgment Day 05 - 5/22/05; Minneapolis, MN)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Eddie Guerrero with the 619 and springboard legdrop to the back of the head at around the 26-minute mark (6/21/05; Tucson, AZ)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Shawn Michaels with the 619 and a springboard legdrop at 14:15; both men wore Eddie Guerrero "I'm Your Papi" t-shirts to the ring; after the bout, Mysterio helped Michaels to his feet and the two men embraced out of respect (11/13/05; Minneapolis, MN)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle and Randy Orton to win the title at 9:25 by pinning Orton with the 619 and West Coast Pop; prior to the bout, POD performed "Booyaka 619" during Mysterio's entrance; after the match, Mysterio was congratulated on the entrance stage by Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Vickie Guerrero (WrestleMania 22 - 4/2/06; Chicago, IL)
- World Heavyweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WWE US Champion John Bradshaw Layfield at 15:56 with the 619 and frog splash after kicking a steel chair into the challenger's face, moments after JBL punched out replacement referee Charles Robinson; Mysterio's wife Angie was shown throughout the match sitting ringside; after the bout, Chavo Guerrero Jr. came out and celebrated Mysterio's victory (Judgment Day 06 - 5/21/06; Phoenix, AZ)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Vickie Guerrero) in a falls count anywhere match at 12:11 with a crossbody from the crowd down onto Chavo, near one of the exits; after the bout, Rey continued to assault Chavo until Vickie covered Chavo's body and yelled at Rey to leave (No Mercy 06 - 10/8/06; Raleigh, NC)
- Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Vickie Guerrero) defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. in an I Quit match at 13:36 when Mysterio submitted after his leg became hooked on a steel rafter near the entrance stage and he sustained several steel chair shots to his already injured left knee as he hung upside down; after the bout, Mysterio was taken backstage on a stretcher (10/15/06; Los Angeles, CA)

John Cena: My Life (11/6/07)
- The Prototype (w/ Kenny Bolen) pinned Randy Orton at 4:49 with the Protoplex after avoiding the crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, Prototype challenged Orton to an impromptu bout after hearing Orton had been called up by the WWF; Jim Cornette & ? provided commentary for the match (Orton's last match in OVW) (1/19/02; Louisville, KY)
- John Cena pinned Chris Jericho at 6:19 by reversing an attempt at the Walls of Jericho into a roll up (Vengeance 02 - 7/21/02; Detroit, MI)
- John Cena pinned Rikishi after hitting him with a steel chain and following with the FU at 5:28; after the bout, Cena and Brock Lesnar brawled backstage until Kurt Angle broke a 2x4 over Lesnarís back (3/25/03; San Jose, CA)
- WWE World Champion John Cena defeated John Bradshaw Layfield in an I Quit Match at 22:44 when the challenger submitted when Cena threatened to hit him with the exhaust pipe from a freight truck; moments later, Cena hit him with the weapon anyway, knocking JBL through the stage; prior to the bout, the champion came out on the back of the truck, alongside a DJ, and walked across JBL's limo on his way to the ring; after the bout, Cena regained possession of the original WWE World Title belt and celebrated with that and his custom spinner belt as the show came to a close (Judgment Day 05 - 5/22/05; Minneapolis, MN)
- 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)
- Rob Van Dam pinned WWE World Champion John Cena with the Five Star Frog Splash to win the title at 20:39 after interference from a man in a motorcycle helmet who speared Cena through a table set up in the corner; moments later, the man took off the helmet to reveal himself as Edge; Paul Heyman came out to the ring to count the pinfall after replacement referee Nick Patrick had been knocked out; prior to the match, Cena repeatedly threw his t-shirt out to the crowd but each time it was thrown back in the ring by the fans; Cena received several chants of "Fuck you, Cena," "Same old shit," and "You can't wrestle" from the crowd; after the match, RVD celebrated in the crowd, hugged his wife in the balcony, and was paraded around the ring by Heyman, Big Show, Kurt Angle, Balls Mahoney, Bill Alphonso, the Sandman, Tommy Dreamer, Justin Credible, Trinity, Mikey Whipwreck, and several others (ECW One Night Stand II - 6/11/06; Hammerstein Ballroom)
- John Cena defeated WWE World Champion Edge to win the title in a TLC match at 25:28 after hitting a FU from the top of the ladder through two tables stacked on top of each other; Lita interfered late in the match until Cena dropped her with the FU; after the bout, the new champion hugged his father, who sat ringside for the match; pre-match stipulations stated if Cena didn't win the match he would have to sign a 3-year contract with Smackdown! (Unforgiven 06 - 9/17/06; Toronto, Ontario)

No Mercy 07 (11/6/07)

Shawn Michaels: Heartbreak & Triumph (11/22/07)
- Billy Haynes (w/ Sunshine) defeated Sean Michael via submission with the full nelson at 1:22 (1/11/85; Sportatorium)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated AWA Tag Team Champions Buddy Rose & Doug Somers (w/ Sherri Martel) to win the titles at 20:03 when Jannetty pinned Somers following a suplex / crossbody off the top double team; pre-match stipulations stated if Michaels & Jannetty didn't win the titles then they wouldn't receive any more rematches; after the bout, Michaels & Jannetty were interviewed at ringside (1/27/87; St. Paul, MN)
- AWA Tag Team Champions Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Super Ninja & Ninja Go at 17:27 when Michaels pinned Go following a double superkick (6/12/87; Las Vegas, NV; Showboat)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 16:14 when Blanchard pinned Jannetty after Anderson swept Jannetty's foot out during an attempted suplex and held the laces of his boot down during the cover (Anderson & Blanchard's MSG debut) (1/23/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match to win the titles at 25:01; fall #1 - Jannetty pinned Bret by blocking a sunset flip at 9:33; fall #2 - Hart pinned Michaels with the Hart Attack at 19:23; the move was heavily hampered by the fact the top rope had fallen down; the rope was reattached after the fall; fall #3 - Jannetty pinned Neidhart after Michaels prevented the Hart Attack and Jannetty fell on Neidhart for the win; after the bout, the Harts shook hands with the new champions and raised their hands; this match was never shown on television because the top rope fell off at around the 12-minute mark and Vince McMahon felt he could not air it; the titles were later returned to Hart & Neidhart and the title change was never mentioned aside from WWF President Jack Tunney officially reversing the decision of the match on TV stations in the immediate area; a clip of the finish of the 3rd fall were eventually shown in September 1995 prior to Jannetty's return to the WWF (10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 19:14 when Jannetty pinned Tanaka with a sunset flip as Kato & Tanaka attempted a double team move, only for Michaels to punch Tanaka in the midsection as Kato slingshot Jannetty into his partner (Royal Rumble 91 - 1/19/91; Miami, FL)
- Shawn Michaels pinned WWF IC Champion Davey Boy Smith to win the title at 10:26 when the champion failed a superplex, with Michaels landing on top for the pin, after hitting his back against an exposed turnbuckle (Smith's last TV appearance for nearly 2 years) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 10/27/92; Terre Haute, IN)
- Shawn Michaels won the 30-man Royal Rumble match by last eliminating Davey Boy Smith at 38:43; due to pre-match stipulations, Michaels earned a WWF World Title match at WrestleMania XI; Pamela Anderson served as guest hostess for the match and sat ringside for the duration of the bout; after the match, Pamela briefly came into the ring and stood with Michaels
Order of entry: Shawn Michaels (00:00), Davey Boy Smith (00:00), Eli Blu (1:13), Duke Drose (2:06), Jimmy Del Ray (3:05), Sionne (4:13), Tom Prichard (5:07), Doink the Clown (6:11), Kwang, (7:04), Rick Martel (8:06), Owen Hart, as Owen made his way to the ring at 9:11, Bret Hart ran up behind him in the aisle and attacked his brother until officials could pull him away (10:05), Timothy Well (10:09), Bushwhacker Luke (11:12), Jacob Blu (12:05), King Kong Bundy (13:17), Mo (14:05), Mabel (15:18), Bushwhacker Butch (16:13), Lex Luger (17:08), Mantaur (18:08), Aldo Montoya (19:03), Henry Godwinn (20:04), Billy Gunn (21:02), Bart Gunn (22:06), Bob Backlund, at 23:23, as Backlund was about to step into the ring, Bret Hart ran ringside, pulled Backlund off the ring apron and assaulted him before referees could pull him away (24:10), Steven Dunn (24:08), Dick Murdoch (25:21), Adam Bomb (26:27), Fatu (27:19), & Crush (28:22)
Order of elimination: Del Ray by Smith via a clothesline (4:30), Owen by Smith via a backdrop (10:07), Drose by Michaels via a backdrop (10:18), Well by Smith (10:31), Martel by Sionne via a backdrop (10:35), Prichard by Michaels (10:38), Doink by Kwang via a side kick as Doink was on the ring apron (11:00), Kwang by Sionne via a boot to the face (11:04), Eli & Sionne were eliminated via an Eli clothesline over the top (11:09), Luke by Michaels (11:24), Jacob by Michaels via a backdrop (12:22), Mo by Bundy via a backdrop (14:09), Bundy by Mabel (16:18), Butch by Michaels (16:32), Mabel by Luger (17:16), Backlund by Luger via a clothesline to the back of the head (24:25), after Backlund's elimination, Bret Hart again returned ringside and the two were escorted backstage by officials, Mantaur by Luger (27:40), Billy & Bart Gunn by Crush & Murdoch (28:26, 28:27), Dunn by Montoya via a backdrop (28:37), Bomb by Crush via a backdrop as Bomb attempted a clothesline (31:48), Montoya by Michaels (32:25), Fatu by Crush (32:53), Murdoch eliminated himself as he attempted to airplane spin Godwinn out of the ring, with Godwinn holding onto the ropes and avoiding elimination (33:31), Godwinn by Luger via a backdrop (34:45), Luger by Michaels as Luger was on the middle turnbuckle punching away at Crush (36:00), Crush by Smith via a clothesline after Michaels ducked the clothesline (37:15), Smith by Michaels with a blow to the back as Smith stood on the middle turnbuckle, celebrating his apparent win; Smith's music began at 38:25 when all assumed Michaels had been eliminated via a clothesline, however, only one of Michaels' feet touched the floor (Royal Rumble 95 - 1/22/95; Tampa, FL)
- Shawn Michaels pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) to win the title with the superkick at 19:57 after the Roadie accidentally tripped the champion as he ran the ropes, thinking it was Michaels; during the bout, Vince McMahon's headset temporarily went out, forcing Jerry Lawler to call the match himself (Jarrett's last appearance for 5 months; Roadie's last appearance for over a year) (In Your House #2 - 7/23/95; Nashville, TN)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) pinned Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette & Diana Hart Smith) at 26:25 with the superkick after an elbow off the top; after the match, Ahmed Johnson and the Ultimate Warrior saved the champion from Owen Hart, Smith, and Vader; Mr. Perfect was the original referee for the title bout but was made the outside referee before the bout by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon, while Earl Hebner was the official inside the ring (King of the Ring 96 - 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI)
- Shawn Michaels fought World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) to a draw at 29:12 when Eric Bischoff, who took over officiating duties late in the bout after the original referee was knocked out, counted both men down when Michaels collapsed onto his opponent after hitting the superkick; after the bout, Michaels fought off Flair and attacked Bischoff for his ruling only to be fired as a result; moments thereafter, Steve Austin came ringside, announced that he was back under his terms, rehired Michaels, suggested there be a rematch, and hit the Stunner on Bischoff to end the telecast (12/29/03 - San Antonio, TX)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier at 6:04 when Jannetty pinned Grenier with the Rocker Dropper immediately after Michaels hit the superkick on Conway (Jannetty's return after an absence of over 8 years; the Rockers' first match as a team in over 13 years) (3/14/05 - Atlanta, GA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Kurt Angle at 26:11 by hitting the superkick as Angle came off the top, moments after hitting a regular superkick (Vengeance 05 - 6/26/05; Las Vegas, NV)
- Shawn Michaels pinned WWE World Champion John Cena in a non-title match with the superkick at 55:49 after avoiding the FU; prior to Michaels' introduction, he and Cena had a confrontation backstage; after the bout, Michaels leaned over Cena with the title belt, said something to him, then held the title belt high in the air as the show came to a close (4/23/07; London, England)

Royal Rumble Anthology Vol. 1 (11/27/07)

Royal Rumble Anthology Vol. 2 (11/27/07)

Cyber Sunday 07 (12/4/07)
- Kelly Kelly won a Diva Halloween costume battle royal at 4:10 by last eliminating Torrie Wilson; eliminations: Layla by Jillian Hall after being splashed by Victoria (0:40); Brooke by Victoria via being knocked off the apron after sustaining a Bonzai Drop from Victoria (1:40); Jillian by Michelle McCool after hitting her with her own prop baby dolls (2:03); Maria by Torrie Wilson (2:18); Michelle by Melina (2:21); Melina and Mickie James eliminated each other after fighting on the apron (3:05); Victoria by Torrie & Kelly Kelly (4:05); Torrie by Kelly Kelly; after the bout, WWE Women's Champion Beth Phoenix appeared, scaring Kelly to the floor until she was thrown back in by Jillian and Melina; moments later, Beth attacked Kelly and dropped her with a double arm chickenwing slam (10/29/07; Philadelphia, PA)

The Triumph & Tragedy of World Class Championship Wrestling (12/11/07)
- Ricky Starr defeated Duke Keomuka in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Keomuka defeated Starr via submission with a sleeper at 9:55; fall #2: Starr pinned Keomuka following five consecutive dropkicks at 7:10; fall #3: Starr pinned Keomuka following two snapmares (1950s - Dallas, TX; Sportatorium)
- Fritz Von Erich pinned American Heavyweight Champion King Kong Bundy in a falls count anywhere match to win the title at around the 7:45 mark outside the ring after stealing away Bundy's steel chair and hitting him with it; pre-match stipulations stated Bundy's manager, Gary Hart, was barred from the arena; the bout was advertised as Von Erich's retirement match; after the bout, David, Kevin, Kerry, Michael, and Chris Von Erich and Von Erich's wife appeared to congratulate the winner (6/4/82 - Texas Stadium)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Kerry Von Erich in a steel cage match at 24:04 when referee David Manning deemed Von Erich unable to continue due to blood in the eyes; prior to the bout, Michael Hayes - the special second referee - grabbed the mic and said he brought Terry Gordy to ringside with him to prevent either of the competitors from leaving the cage; late in the bout, Hayes argued with Flair, punched him, and then motioned for Kerry to make the cover; Kerry refused and moments later Flair knocked Kerry into Hayes, sending him out of the door; Gordy, believing it was Kerry's doing, slammed the cage door on Von Erich's face, with Hayes then going back in the ring and counting Von Erich down even though Kerry clearly kicked out at 2; Hayes & Gordy then left ringside with the match continuing; after the bout, as Kerry was looked after, David Von Erich appeared and cut an in-ring promo on Hayes & Gordy; the fans chanted "Kerry, Number One" as he was helped from the ring (Star Wars - 12/25/82; Reunion Arena)
- Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, & Buddy Roberts defeated David Von Erich, Kevin Von Erich, & Iceman King Parsons at 13:53 when Gordy pinned Parsons after Roberts punched Parsons in the face as he was on the ring apron (5/83; Sportatorium)
- Buddy Roberts pinned Iceman King Parsons in a hair vs. hair match at around the 5:20 mark with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage, pulling them up so far that it was censored on the screen; after the bout, Roberts argued with referee David Manning over whether he did pull the tights before then attacking Parsons; Parsons eventually fought Roberts off and then rubbed shaving cream all over his head; moments later, Michael Hayes appeared and briefly fought with Parsons until Parsons gained the advantage, with Hayes then helping Roberts backstage (Star Wars - 6/17/83; Reunion Arena)
- Fritz, Kevin, & Mike Von Erich defeated WCCW Six-Man Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, & Buddy Roberts in a Badstreet match to win the titles at 6:49 when Kevin pinned Roberts with a crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, Kerry Von Erich escorted his father and brothers out into the stadium; pre-match stipulations stated Kerry would take Fritz' spot on the team if they won the titles; after the match, the Freebirds and Killer Khan attacked the Von Erichs until Kerry made the save (Fritz' last match) (Parade of Champions - 5/6/84; Texas Stadium)
- Chris Adams & Sunshine defeated Jimmy Garvin & Precious in a mixed tag team match at 4:38 when Adams pinned Garvin off camera as Sunshine and Precious battled in the ring; after the bout, Precious attacked Sunshine from behind, with Sunshine then chasing after Garvin & Precious and attacking Precious from behind before Adams chased Garvin backsage (Parade of Champions - 5/6/84; Texas Stadium)
- Kamala (w/ Gen. Skandar Akbar & Friday) fought the Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) to a double disqualification at 8:05 when Hart chased Akbar into the ring, with Hart attacking Akbar as Kabuki fought off Kamala (Parade of Champions - 5/6/84; Texas Stadium)
- Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton (w/ Little John) defeated Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) in a No DQ 2-ring match at 8:29; Cornette and John sat together at ringside for the match; Eaton & Condrey originally won the match and titles when Condrey pinned Fulton after Cornette hit Fulton with his tennis racquet but the second referee counted Rogers covering Eaton with a roll up seconds later in the opposite ring; after some confusion, it was finally announced there were simultaneous pinfalls and the Fantastics were the winners; due to pre-match stipulations, Rogers & Fulton won the vacant American Tag Team Titles (Parade of Champions 2 - 5/5/85; Texas Stadium)
- Chris Adams defeated Kevin Von Erich via disqualification at 9:47 when Von Erich choked Adams with the rope blocking the crowd from ringside; after the decision was announced, Von Erich attacked Adams on the floor (7/85; Sportatorium)
- Bruiser Brody & the Missing Link (w/ Sunshine) defeated American Heavyweight Champion Rick Rude & the One Man Gang (w/ Percy Pringle) via disqualification at 7:02 when Rude threw Link over the top rope; after the match, Link, Brody, and Sunshine fought off Rude, OMG, and Pringle, with Brody then swinging his chain over his head and Link hitting himself in the head with a steel chair (10/86; Sportatorium)
- Bruiser Brody pinned Abdullah the Butcher (w/ Gary Hart) in a steel cage match at 8:04 after guest referee Fritz Von Erich fought off an attacking Abdullah and stabbed Abdullah repeatedly with his own fork; after the match, Fritz fought off Abdullah and Hart as referee David Manning tried to pull the men apart (10/12/86; Cotton Bowl)

Survivor Series 07 (12/26/07)

The Best of Raw 15th Anniversary (12/26/07)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Ric Flair in a Loser Leaves the WWF Match at around the 23-minute mark with the Perfect Plex as Flair attempted a backdrop; due to pre-match stipulations, Flair was forced to leave the WWF (Flair's last WWF TV appearance for nearly 9 years) (1/18/93; Manhattan Center)
- The Kid pinned Razor Ramon at 2:12 with a moonsault off the top onto a standing Razor; after the bout, Razor argued with the commentary team that he was cheated (5/17/93; Manhattan Center)
- Marty Jannetty pinned WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels at around the 11-minute mark with an inside cradle to win the title after Mr. Perfect - who appeared ringside mid-way through the match to keep Michaels from getting counted-out - threw his towel in Michaels' face (Jannetty's surprise return after a 4-month absence) (5/17/93; Manhattan Center)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated the 1-2-3 Kid via submission with the Sharpshooter at around the 25-minute mark after the challenger missed a dive off the top rope; prior to the match, Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart came out and climbed on the apron but were ejected; Hart originally won the match but asked for the bout to continue since the challenger's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover; after the bout, the two men embraced out of respect (7/1/94; Bushkill, PA)
- Shawn Michaels fought Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) to a no contest when Michaels collapsed after posing in the ring (the collapse was later attributed to Hart's enzuiguri executed moments prior); moments later, referee Earl Hebner checked on Shawn, asking if he could hear his voice, as Owen and Cornette talked in the corner; EMTs rushed the ring in an attempt to revive him as several officials, including WWF President Gorilla Monsoon, Vince McMahon, Pat Patterson, Dave Hebner, Rene Goulet, and JJ Dillon looked on (Michaels' last match for 2 months) (11/20/95; Richmond, VA)
- The Undertaker pinned Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) in a no holds barred match with the tombstone (11/18/96; New Haven, CT)
- WWF European Title Tournament Finals: WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart with a roll over out of a victory roll at 22:43 to win the title (2/26/97; Berlin, Germany)
- Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker, WWF Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Dude Love in a flag match when Bret captured his team's flag after Brian Pillman prevented the Undertaker from grabbing the American flag (7/21/97; Halifax, Nova Scotia)
- 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; pre-match stipulations stated if Michaels didn't wrestle Helmsley then Slaughter would strip him of the European belt; after the bout, Slaughter came to the ring and ordered that Triple H would face Owen the following week (12/11/97; Lowell, MA)
- 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)
- Mankind (w/ Triple H, Billy Gunn, the Road Dogg, X-Pac, & Chyna) pinned WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ Vince & Shane McMahon, Test, WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman, Test, & Kane) to win the title in a No DQ match at 8:48 after Steve Austin interfered and hit the champion in the head with a steel chair as all members of DX and the Corporation battled around ringside; after the match, DX hoisted Mankind on their shoulders in victory (12/29/98; Worcester, MA)
- Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco defeated Rodney & Pete Gas at 2:09 when Rodney submitted to Brisco's figure-4 as Gas submitted to Patterson's Boston Crab; Patterson & Brisco used "Real American" as their theme music; due to pre-match stipulations, Rodney & Gas were forced to leave the WWF; had Brisco & Patterson lost, they would have had to leave (5/10/99; Orlando, FL)
- Chris Jericho pinned WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon) with a spin kick and the Lionsault at 8:38; prior to the bout, Jericho challenged Triple H to put the title on the line, as the match was originally a non-title contest, and then brought out the Acolytes to be in his corner; late in the bout, Shane McMahon, who was at ringside, crotched Jericho on the top rope after referee Mike Chioda had been knocked out, with the APA then chasing Shane to the back; Earl Hebner came down moments later to take over the officiating; after the commercial break, Chioda and Hebner were dragged back to the ring where Chioda was pressured into saying Hebner gave a fast count; Triple H then threatened Hebner to reverse the decision or else, with Hebner then saying he would only reverse the decision if Triple H and the McMahons agreed to never lay their hands on him again, as long as he was a WWF official; Triple H agreed, Jericho came out onto the stage, and reluctantly relinquished the title belt; Hebner returned to the ring, strapped it around Triple H's waist, and was then publicly fired and beaten down by Triple H and Shane, eventually sustaining the Pedigree before numerous officials swarmed the ring (4/17/00; State College, PA)
- Gold Rush Quarter Finals: Shawn Michaels pinned WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin in a non-title match at 14:44 after hitting the superkick as Benjamin attempted a springboard clothesline into the ring (5/2/05; Boston, MA)
- Shawn Michaels fought Kurt Angle to a draw in a 30-minute Ironman match, 2-2; fall #1: Angle pinned Michaels with the Olympic Slam off the top at 8:08; fall #2: Michaels pinned Angle by reversing an ankle lock attempt into a modified victory roll at 14:48; fall #3: Michaels submitted to the ankle lock into a heel hook at 18:46; fall #4: Michaels pinned Angle with the superkick at 25:14; fall #5: the time limit expired just as Michaels covered Angle following the superkick; after the bout, Michaels grabbed the mic and challenged Angle to continue in sudden death but Angle rejected the offer and left ringside (10/3/05; Dallas, TX)
- Edge (w/ Lita) defeated WWE / ECW World Champion Rob Van Dam and John Cena in a No DQ match to win the WWE World Title at 11:16 by pinning RVD after hitting Cena in the head with the title belt immediately after Cena dropped the champion with the FU; after the bout, Edge celebrated for several moments in the ring before finally pulling an injured Lita out and leaving ringside (7/3/06; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Edge pinned Shawn Michaels in a streetfight at 14:04 after WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Randy Orton interfered and dropped a bloody Michaels with the RKO; after the bout, Orton threw Edge over the top to the floor and attempted the Con-Chair-Two on Michaels until Ric Flair made the save; Kenny Dykstra then attacked Flair from behind and threw Flair over the top to the floor, with Carlito then attacking Kenny; Michaels then hit the superkick on Kenny, Carlito, and Orton and was the last man standing as the show went off the air (1/22/07; Lafayette, LA)

Tagged Classics: Unforgiven 02 & Unforgiven 03

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