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2008

Royal Rumble Anthology Vol. 3 (1/8/08)

Royal Rumble Anthology Vol. 4 (1/8/08)

Armageddon 07 (1/15/08)

The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin (2/13/08)
- 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 (WCW Slamboree 93 - 5/23/93; Omni)
- Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Brian Pillman at 9:11 when Parker pushed Pillman as he attempted a springboard clothesline into the ring, with Austin then throwing Pillman face-first to the mat; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was cut from the match (WCW Clash of the Champions XXV - 11/10/93; St. Petersburg, FL)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW US Champion Steve Austin to win the title at 16:08 by reversing a bodyslam into a cradle; pre-match stipulations stated Steamboat could win the title if Austin was disqualified; prior to the match, footage was shown of Eric Bischoff leaving the arena in an ambulance with WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan inside; during the match, footage of Hogan's ambulance was shown on its way to the hospital; moments later, it was announced Sting had boardered a charter airplane in Chicago - where he was making an appearance - and was on his way to face Flair in Hogan's place if Hogan was deemed unable to compete; Austin's tights for the bout read "Dragon Slayer" on the back; during the bout, Steamboat suffered what would become a career-ending back injury (WCW Clash of the Champions XXVIII - 8/24/94; Cedar Rapids, IA)
- ECW Tag Team Champion the Sandman (w/ Woman) defeated ECW World Champion Mikey Whipwreck and Steve Austin in an elimination match to win the title at 20:05; Austin pinned Whipwreck with the Stun Gun at 12:34 after knocking Sandman off the apron; Sandman pinned Austin after hitting him in the back of the head with Austin's own brass knuckles, even though Austin's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover (Austin's debut with short hair) (Austin's last appearance) (ECW December to Dismember - 12/9/95; ECW Arena)
- Savio Vega defeated Steve Austin (w/ Ted Dibiase) in a Carribean strap match at 21:26 when Austin pulled Vega into the fourth and final corner after Vega touched the first three corners without Austin knowing; due to pre-match stipulations, Ted Dibiase was forced to leave the WWF; had Vega had lost the match, he would have been forced to become Dibiase's chauffer; after the bout, Austin stormed off while Vega sang "Na Na Hey Hey" to Dibiase (Dibiase's last appearance) (In Your House: Beware of Dog 2 - 5/28/96; North Charleston, SC)
- Steve Austin pinned Yokozuna at 1:53 after Yoko failed an attempt at the Bonzai Drop, unhinging the top turnbuckle and falling backwards onto his head; prior to the bout, Todd Pettingill attempted to interview Austin backstage as he made his way out but Austin blew him off (Summer Slam 96 'Free For All' - 8/18/96; Cleveland, OH)
- Bret Hart pinned Steve Austin at 28:34 by kicking off the top turnbuckle as he was caught in the Million $ Dream; stipulations stated the winner would challenge the WWF World Champion at the following month's In Your House; during the bout, it was noted Austin would face Vader the next night on Monday Night Raw in a toughman contest; both men were heavily cheered during the bout (Hart's in-ring return after a 2-month absence; his TV in-ring return after an 8-month absence) (Survivor Series 96 - 11/17/96; Madison Square Garden)
- Steve Austin & Shawn Michaels defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith to win the titles at 13:25 when Austin pinned Smith after Michaels hit the superkick behind the referee's back; after the bout, Austin grabbed his title belt and left ringside to attack Bret Hart on the ramp while Smith, Owen, Brian Pillman, and Jim Neidhart attacked Michaels inside the ring; during the bout, Bret, Pillman, and Neidhart watched on from the ramp; if the champions had won, they would defend the titles as scheduled against the Legion of Doom at the King of the Ring but if the challengers won then they would defend against the LOD the following week (5/26/97; Evansville, IN)
- WWF Tag Team Champion Steve Austin fought WWF Tag Team Champion Shawn Michaels to a double disqualification at 22:28 after Austin hit the Stunner on referee Tim White and Michaels superkicked referee Mike Chioda before Earl Hebner stopped the match; early in the match, a Special Olympian made it past the barricade, with security stopping him and Michaels briefly going to the floor to make sure he was OK; moments later, Michaels returned to the floor to escort the man and security to the aisle, with the man's mother running out to watch him as well; after the match, Austin attempted to come off the middle turnbuckle with one of the title belts but Michaels saw him coming and avoided it; two more referees, Pat Patterson, and Tony Garea then came out to break up the fight; Michaels and Austin then left the ring together, neither man trusting the other (King of the Ring 97 - 6/8/97; Providence, RI)
- Steve Austin & Dude Love (mystery partner) defeated WWF IC Champion Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith to win the vacant WWF Tag Team titles at around the 9-minute mark when Dude pinned Smith after Austin hit the Stunner behind the referee's back; Austin was prepared to wrestle the match as a handicap bout but Dude appeared on the Titantron and offered his services mid-way through the match; after the bout, several Dudettes came in the ring to celebrate the win as Austin shook Dude's hand and left ringside (Dude's surprise debut) (7/14/97; San Antonio, TX)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF IC Champion Owen Hart with a roll up to win the title at 16:17; stipulations for the match stated Austin would have to kiss Hart's ass if he didn't beat him; following Hart's entrance, Michael Cole conducted a backstage interview with Austin regarding the stipulations for the match, with Austin telling him off; during the final minute of the match, Hart dropped Austin with a modified tombstone piledriver, causing Austin to have temporary paralysis; after the contest, several referees helped Austin to his feet and then backstage (Summer Slam 97 - 8/3/97; East Rutherford, NJ)
- Dude Love defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin via disqualification at 21:02 after the champion hit Vince McMahon with a chair; Austin was originally announced as the winner after hitting the Stunner and making his own pinfall, since the referee was knocked out, but Gerald Brisco overruled the decision since the champion struck a WWF official, that being McMahon (Unforgiven 98 - 4/26/98; Greensboro, NC)
- Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin in a First Blood match to win the title at 14:52 after the Undertaker accidentally hit Austin with a chair; the Undertaker came to the ring to stop the interference of Mankind; had Kane not won the title, he would have set himself on fire (King of the Ring 98 - 6/28/98; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) with the Stunner to win the title at 8:28; after the bout, the Undertaker - who appeared ringside mid-way through the bout - came into the ring and sustained the Stunner from Austin (6/29/98; Cleveland, OH)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned the Rock at 17:07 in a No Holds Barred match with the Stunner after special referee Shane McMahon accidentally hit the challenger with the title belt; when Shane refused to count the pinfall, Vince McMahon came ringside with a new referee and hit Shane with Austin's Smoking Skull belt (Backlash 99 - 4/25/99; Providence, RI)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero with the Stunner in a non-title match at around 3:12; prior to the bout, Guerrero cut an in-ring promo on Austin, with cameras then showing Austin backstage blocking the Radicalz inside the McMahon-Helmsley locker room with a forklift; there was no opening bell for the match (11/14/00; Indianapolis, IN)
- Steve Austin fought Triple H to a no contest in a No DQ match at around the 25 minute mark; late in the bout, Triple H goaded Austin backstage where Austin was attacked by all four members of the Radicalz until referees and officials intervened; after Triple H ran into the parking lot and hid in his car, waiting for Austin to follow him out so he could run him over, Chris Benoit tricked Austin into the parking lot but Austin quickly disappeared; after Benoit ran back inside to find Austin, Triple H's car was picked up by a forklift, with Austin operating it; Austin then lifted the car high into the air before dropping it, with the car tipping over onto its hood and smashing to the ground (Survivor Series 00 - 11/19/00; Tampa, FL)
- Triple H defeated Steve Austin in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 39:23, 2-1; fall #1 - Austin pinned Triple H in a regular match with a kick to the mid-section and the Stunner at 12:20 as Triple H attempted to come off the top; fall #2 - Triple H pinned Austin at 28:09 with the Pedigree after hitting Austin in the head with a sledgehammer as Austin ran the ropes; fall #3 - Triple H pinned Austin in a steel cage match after Austin hit Triple H with a 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire at the same time Triple H hit Austin with the sledgehammer, with Triple H falling on top for the win; after the bout, Austin hit the Stunner on Triple H; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (No Way Out 01 - 2/25/01; Las Vegas, NV)
- 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; Astrodome)

Royal Rumble 08 (2/26/08)
- WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy defeated WWE World Champion Randy Orton via disqualification at the 8-second mark when Orton immediately dropped Hardy with a low blow; only the IC title was on the line; after the match, Orton grabbed a mic and said the show wasn't over, then tossed Hardy out of the ring onto the ramp; Orton then attempted to drop Hardy with the RKO onto the concrete floor but Hardy fought him off and brawled with Hardy up to the entrance stage; as Orton went to charge Hardy, Hardy backdropped Orton off the stage and - as referees tended to Orton - climbed nearby scaffolding and hit a Swanton off the top onto Orton; medics and officials then swarmed the area and both men were taken backstage in neckbraces and on stretchers; the show ended with Hardy raising his arm in response to the crowd's applause as he was taken backstage (1/14/08; Mobile, AL)

The Undertaker: 15-0 (3/11/08)
Formerly a Wal-Mart exclusive
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Jimmy Snuka at 4:19 with the tombstone after catching Snuka as he attempted a slingshot into the ring (WrestleMania VII - 3/24/91; Los Angeles)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Jake Roberts at 6:41 following a tombstone on the floor as Roberts attempted to steal the urn away from Bearer; late in the bout, Taker twice sustained Roberts' DDT (Robert's last appearance for nearly 4 years) (WrestleMania VIII - 4/5/92; Indianapolis, IN)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated the Giant Gonzalez (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via disqualification at 7:32 when Gonzalez smothered Taker with a rag soaked in Chloraphorm after headbutting Bearer off the ring apron; prior to the bout, Taker was carried out to the ring on a funeral chariot alongside a vulture; after the match, Gonzalez chokeslammed referee Bill Alphonso as the Undertaker was rolled onto a stretcher and taken backstage by officials; the crowd then chanted "Hogan;" moments later, the Undertaker's gong was sounded and he staggered his way back to the ring where he eventually took Gonzalez down and out of the ring with a flying clothesline; Gonzalez was then escorted backstage by security (WrestleMania IX - 4/4/93; Las Vegas, NV)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned King Kong Bundy (w/ Ted Dibiase) at 6:40 with a boot to the face, a bodyslam, and a flying clothesline after sustaining the Avalanche; American League Umpire Larry Young was the official for the bout; early in the match, Taker regained possession of the urn from Dibiase, then gave it to Bearer; moments later, Kama came ringside and quickly restole the urn on behalf of Dibiase; on his way backstage, Jim Ross interviewed Kama, who said he would melt down the urn (WrestleMania XI - 4/2/95; Hartford, CT)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Diesel with a chokeslam and the tombstone at 16:47; during the bout, Diesel hit two consecutive powerbombs (WrestleMania 12 - 3/31/96; Anaheim, CA)
- The Undertaker pinned WWF World Champion Psycho Sid to win the title at 23:54 with the tombstone after Bret Hart came ringside and dropped Sid throat-first over the top rope as Sid attempted the powerbomb; Shawn Michaels did guest commentary for the bout (WrestleMania 13 - 3/23/97; Chicago, IL)
- The Undertaker pinned Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) following three tombstone piledrivers at 16:58; after the match, Kane hit the tombstone on the Undertaker onto a steel chair (WrestleMania XIV - 3/29/98; Boston, MA)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned the Big Bossman in a Hell in a Cell match at 9:49 with the tombstone; after the bout, Gangrel, Edge, and Christian came down from the ceiling onto the roof of the cell; moments later, after cutting through the roof, they lowered a noose for the Undertaker to put on the Bossman; once the Brood was lifted back up to the ceiling, Paul Bearer raised the cell, and since the noose was now tied to the cell, the Bossman was hung (WrestleMania XV - 3/28/99; Philadelphia, PA)
- The Undertaker pinned Triple H at 18:17 with a powerbomb out of the corner as Triple H stood on the ropes punching away at Taker in the corner (WrestleMania X-7 - 4/1/01; Astrodome)
- The Undertaker pinned Ric Flair in a No DQ match at 18:47 with the tombstone after fighting off an interfering Arn Anderson; after the bout, Taker hit a clothesline on referee Charles Robinson (WrestleMania X-8 - 3/17/02; Skydome)
- The Undertaker defeated the Big Show & Albert in a handicap match at 8:45 by pinning Albert with the tombstone; Taker's partner was to have been Nathan Jones but Jones was injured during Sunday Night Heat and deemed unable to compete; late in the bout, Jones came out and assaulted Show in the aisle, allowing Taker to get the win; after the contest, Taker waved the American flag inside the ring (WrestleMania X-9 - 3/30/03; Seattle, WA)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Kane with the tombstone at 6:56; prior to the bout, druids holding torches lined each side of the aisle as Taker walked to the ring (Taker's return after a 4-month absence) (Bearer's surprise return after a nearly 4-year absence) (WrestleMania XX - 3/14/04; Madison Square Garden)
- The Undertaker pinned Randy Orton by reversing a tombstone attempt into one of his own at 14:16; late in the bout, Bob Orton Jr. interfered on behalf of his son, even using the arm cast, but was eventually kicked off the ring apron by Taker (WrestleMania 21 - 4/3/05; Los Angeles, CA)
- The Undertaker defeated Mark Henry in a casket match at 9:27 following a plancha to the floor and the tombstone (WrestleMania 22 - 4/2/06; Chicago, IL)
- The Undertaker pinned World Heavyweight Champion Batista to win the title at 15:48 with the tombstone after ramming the champion into the corner; Teddy Long introduced both men to the ring before the match; the ECW announce table was destroyed during the match (WrestleMania 23 - 4/1/07; Detroit, MI)

Triple H: King of Kings (3/25/08)
- Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned John Chrystal at 3:10 with a standing Diamond Cutter (Helmsley's Raw debut) (5/15/95; Binghamton, NY)
- Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned WWF IC Champion Marc Mero (sub. for Mr. Perfect) (w/ Sable & Mr. Perfect) to win the title at around the 10-minute mark with the Pedigree after Mr. Perfect, who did guest commentary for the match, grabbed a steel chair away from the challenger and hit Mero in the head with it; Perfect was to have made his in-ring return after a 3-year absence but was attacked backstage earlier in the show after Helmsley ran a cart into Perfect's leg; prior to the bout, Jim Ross conducted an in-ring interview with WWF President Gorilla Monsoon, Mero, Sable, Perfect, and Helmsley in which Monsoon announced that Perfect was not cleared to wrestle due to the injury but Perfect said Mero had volunteered to take his place in the match; Helmsley then objected, saying he wasn't obligated to wrestle Mero and that he would only do so if the IC title was on the line; Perfect then agreed on behalf of Mero that the title would be at stake and Monsoon allowed the match to take place; after the bout, Perfect and Helmsley celebrated the victory; later that weekend during Livewire, Monsoon announced he had revoked Perfect's wrestling license indefinately (the match began during the commercial break) (10/21/96; Ft. Wayne, IN)
- KOTR Finals: Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) pinned Mankind with the Pedigree at 19:24 after hitting the Pedigree through the commentary table with Chyna then smashing the sceptor over Mankind's head (King of the Ring 97 - 6/8/97; Providence, RI)
- WWF European Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned Owen Hart at 11:27 with the Pedigree after a low blow from Chyna; WWF Comissioner Sgt. Slaughter had himself handcuffed to Chyna for the duration of the title match, however late in the contest Chyna threw powder in Slaughter's face and interfered behind the referee's back (WrestleMania 14 - 3/29/98; Boston, MA)
- Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned WWF World Champion Mankind to win the title at 8:43 with the Pedigree; moments prior to the finish, Triple H hit the champion with a chair shot to the head on the floor, then did the same to the Rock, who was doing guest commentary for the bout; seconds later, Shane McMahon - who was the original referee for the bout until being knocked to the floor and having Earl Hebner replace him - pulled Hebner to the floor and knocked him out before sliding in the ring and making the 3-count; Chyna came ringside early in the bout, still selling the guitar shot from Jeff Jarrett earlier in the show (8/23/99; Ames, IA)
- WWF World Champion Triple H pinned Steve Austin in a no holds barred match at 21:53 after the Rock interfered and accidentally hit the challenger with a sledgehammer, with the champion hitting the Pedigree on the Rock moments thereafter; Triple H had attacked the Rock with a sledgehammer earlier in the show, which prompted the interference; prior to the bout, Triple H hit Vince mcMahon after McMahon appeared during his entrance and tried to take away the champion's sledgehammer; after the match, Austin chased the champion backstage where Triple H escaped in a vehicle thanks to Chyna's help (Austin's first match in 2 months) (No Mercy 99 - 10/17/99; Cleveland, OH)
- WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Cactus Jack in a Hell in a Cell match at 23:58 with the Pedigree; moments earlier, the champion backdropped Cactus on top of the cell, sending him through the ceiling, and partially through the mat as Cactus attempted a piledriver onto a flaming 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire; due to pre-match stipulations, Mick Foley was forced to retire; after the bout, medics came out with a stretcher to help Cactus backstage but he refused help and walked backstage under his own power (Mick Foley's last match for 4 years) (No Way Out 00 - 2/27/00; Hartford, CT)
- Triple H won the 30-man Royal Rumble match by last eliminating Kurt Angle at 1:09:19; due to pre-match stipulations, Triple H earned a World Title shot at WrestleMania X-8; order of entry: Triple H (46:10); the Hurricane (47:26); Farooq (49:01); Mr. Perfect (51:45) (Perfect's return after a 5-year absence; his first match back in over 8 years); Kurt Angle (53:13); the Big Show (55:20); Kane (57:19); Rob Van Dam (59:25); Booker T (1:01:29); order of elimination: the Hurricane by Austin & Triple H (48:05); Farooq by Triple H via a clothesline after Austin hit the Stunner (49:36); Big Show by Kane via a bodyslam to the floor (58:19); Kane by Angle via an Olympic Slam over the top after Austin hit the Stunner (58:34); RVD by Booker after Triple H hit the Pedigree (1:01:39); Booker by Austin via the Stunner (1:02:03); Austin by Angle as Austin attempted to eliminate Perfect (1:04:10); after his elimination, Austin hit Perfect, Angle, and Triple H with a steel chair before leaving ringside; Perfect by Triple H via a clothesline after Perfect hit the Perfect Plex and neck ringer on Angle (1:07:04); Angle by Triple H via a facebuster and clothesline after Angle thought he had won the match (Royal Rumble 02 - 1/20/02; Atlanta, GA)
- Triple H defeated World Heavyweight Champion Shawn Michaels in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match to win the title at 38:33; fall #1 - Triple H pinned Michaels in a hardcore match at 20:35 with the Pedigree after clipping the championís injured leg; fall #2 - Michaels pinned Triple H in a steel cage match at 31:05 following a splash off the top of the cage through a table set up in the ring after hitting the superkick on both the challenger and an interfering Ric Flair, who returned ringside mid-way through the fall after being ejected before the match; after the fall, a bloody Flair was helped backstage by referees; fall #3 - Triple H defeated Michaels in a ladder match after knocking the champion off the ladder - sending him over the top rope through three tables set up outside the ring (Armageddon 02 - 12/15/02; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista pinned Triple H in a Hell in a Cell match at 26:55 with a spinebuster onto the steel ring steps and the sit-down powerbomb; the challenger attempted to hit Batista in the face with a sledgehammer while he was in the air, set up for the powerbomb, but didn't have the chance to land the blow in time; prior to the bout, the challenger was escorted to the ring by Ric Flair (Vengeance 05 - 6/26/05; Las Vegas, NV)
- Triple H defeated WWE IC Champion Ric Flair at 26:57 in a non-title last man standing match when Flair failed to meet the referee's standing 10-count after sustaining the Pedigree and a sledgehammer blow to the back of the head; after the contest, a bloody Flair was attended to by medics and taken backstage on a stretcher (Survivor Series - 11/27/05; Detroit, MI)
- WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Triple H and Edge (w/ Lita) in a No DQ match at 17:34 by pinning Triple H after revering an attempt at the Pedigree into a roll over; after the bout, Triple H hit the referee, Edge, and Cena in the face with his sledgehammer before giving several crotch chops and leaving the ring as the show came to an end (Backlash 06 - 4/30/06; Lexington, KY)

No Way Out 08 (3/25/08)

The Greatest Superstars of WrestleMania (3/25/08)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) to win the title at 20:23 with the legdrop after a boot to the face; in the final moments of the match, Slaughter laid the Iraqi flag across the challenger, went to cover him, and Hogan kicked out and Hulked up, which then led to the finish; Regis Philbin did guest commentary for the match; Alex Trebeck was the guest ring announcer and introduced both participants; Marla Maples was the guest time keeper for the bout (WrestleMania VII - 3/24/91; Los Angeles, CA)
- Batista pinned World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) with the sit-down powerbomb to win the title at 21:34; prior to the bout, Motorhead performed the champion's theme song as Triple H made his way to the ring (WrestleMania 21 - 4/3/05; Los Angeles, CA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Chris Jericho at 20:33 with a leg backslide; after the bout, the two men embraced out of respect before Jericho kicked Michaels in the groin, gave the finger to the crowd, and left ringside (WrestleMania XIX - 3/30/03; Seattle, WA)
- The Undertaker pinned Randy Orton by reversing a tombstone attempt into one of his own at 14:16; late in the bout, Bob Orton Jr. interfered on behalf of his son, even using the arm cast, but was eventually kicked off the ring apron by Taker (WrestleMania 21 - 4/3/05; Los Angeles, CA)
- 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; Joey Styles did guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Jim Ross (WrestleMania 22 - 4/2/06; Chicago, IL)
- Bret Hart pinned WWF World Champion Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) to win the title at 10:33 after the champion lost his balance while attempting the Bonzai Drop; mid-way through the match, Piper knocked out Cornette with a punch after Cornette tried to interfere; after the match, Yokozuna chased surprise guest referee Roddy Piper backstage while Hart was congratulated by Lex Luger, WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon, Sparky Plugg, Tatanka, Piper, Randy Savage, the 1-2-3 Kid, Burt Rynolds, Rhonda Shear, Donny Whalberg, Pat Patterson, Gorilla Monsoon, and Vince McMahon; before the show went off the air, Owen Hart came ringside and stared at his brother inside the ring; Rynolds was the special guest ring announcer while Jeanie Garth was the special time keeper (Piper's surprise return after a 2-year absence) (WrestleMania X - 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
- 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 (WrestleMania X8 - 3/17/02; Skydome)
- John Cena pinned WWE World Champion John Bradshaw Layfield to win the title at 11:27 with the FU after avoiding the Clothesline from Hell (WrestleMania 21 - 4/3/05; Los Angeles, CA)
- 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)
- Triple H pinned WWF World Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Stephanie McMahon) to win the title at 18:40 with a kick to the midsection and the Pedigree as the champion came off the middle turnbuckle; late in the bout, Stephanie attempted to interfere with a steel chair but sustained the Pedigree from the challenger; prior to the bout, Drowning Pool performed Triple H's theme song live (WrestleMania X8 - 3/17/02; Skydome)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion the Rock to win the title at 16:52 in a No DQ match by blocking the People's Elbow and hitting the Stunner; prior to the bout, Michael Cole introduced Jim Ross to the crowd, with Ross returning to commentary duties alongside Jerry Lawler for the main event; moments later, Vince McMahon came out to act as the guest referee but WWF Commissioner Shawn Michaels said only he could appoint the referee, told McMahon to leave the ring, and ordered that the Corporation would be banned from ringside for the duration of the contest; Mankind, who had been sent to the hospital following his match earlier in the evening, returned to the arena late in the match and served as the appointed referee after Vince McMahon interfered and knocked out Earl Hebner (WrestleMania XV - 3/28/99; Philadelphia, PA)

Twist of Fate: The Matt & Jeff Hardy Story (4/29/08)
- Matt Hardy pinned Kane in a No DQ match at 10:36 when, as Kane held the ring steps above his head with intent to hit Hardy, Hardy hit the steps with a steel chair, knocking them into Kane's face; during the closing moments of the bout, Lita appeared and begged Kane not to use the steps on Hardy (Vengeance 04 - 7/11/04; Hartford, CT)
- Matt Hardy pinned Edge (w/ Lita) in a steel cage match at 21:32 with a legdrop off the top of the cage after ramming Edge's head into the cage and knocking him off the top rope; late in the bout, Hardy hit the Twist of Fate on an interfering Lita (Unforgiven 05 - 9/18/05; Oklahoma City, OK)
- Money in the Bank Qualifying Match: Matt Hardy pinned Joey Mercury with a Twist of Fate off the middle turnbuckle at 13:50 after Mercury took his protective facemask off; Booker T, with Sharmell, did guest commentary for the bout; during the match, Booker made mention of the Hardyz ladder matches against Edge & Christian (2/27/07; San Jose, CA)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Matt Hardy pinned Ken Kennedy with the Twist of Fate at around the 18-minute mark (5/1/07; Birmingham, AL)
- Shane Helms & Mike Maverick defeated OMEGA Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy to win the titles at around 20:30 when Helms pinned Matt with a splash off Maverick's shoulders after Jeff accidentally hit Matt with a steel chair; the Hardys, Helms, and Shannon Moore provided commentary for the bout from Matt's home (the Hardys' last OMEGA appearance) (1/29/99; Sanford, NC)
- Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Dudley Boyz in a tables match at 10:17; Bubba Ray was put through a table at ringside at 4:12 following a legdrop off a ladder by Matt and a top rope splash by Jeff; Matt was powerbombed off the top through a table in the ring, on top of two sets of ring steps, by Bubba Ray at 6:31; D-Von was eliminated by a Swanton from Jeff after both teams began brawling into the crowd; prior to the bout, the Dudleyz cut an in-ring promo saying the NYC fans were ass-backwards for cheering the Hardyz and booing Atlanta Braves pitcher John Rocker (Royal Rumble 00 - 1/23/00; Madison Square Garden)
- Jeff Hardy pinned WWF IC Champion Triple H to win the title at 8:06 with the Swanton after Matt Hardy - said to be recovering at home with Lita - ran in the ring and hit the champion over the head with a steel chair; during the match, Stephanie McMahon was shown watching the match backstage (4/13/01; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy defeated Johnny Nitro (w/ Melina) in a steel cage match at 14:40 by escaping through the door after kicking the door into the challenger, who was attempting to escape over the top, with Nitro crotching himself on the door as it swung open (New Year's Revolution 07 - 1/7/07; Kansas City, MO)
- Money in the Bank Qualifying Match: Jeff Hardy pinned Shelton Benjamin with the Swanton at 10:04 (2/26/07; Fresno, CA)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch at 15:05 when Jeff pinned Cade following the Twist of Fate / Swanton combo; Michael Cole & John Bradshaw Layfield provided commentary for the match; after the bout, the champions extended their hands to Cade & Murdoch, who shook them (Judgment Day 07 - 5/20/07; St. Louis, MO)
- WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy pinned Triple H in a non-title match at 15:26 by reversing an attempt at the Pedigree into a roll over; due to pre-match stipulations, Hardy earned a WWE World Title shot at the Royal Rumble; after the bout, Hardy celebrated in the front row (Armageddon 07 - 12/16/07; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Raw Roulette: WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy pinned Umaga in a non-title steel cage match at 14:31 after a Whisper in the Wind off the top of the cage, despite interference from WWE World Champion Randy Orton, who appeared ringside before the match; Hardy and Orton locked eyes as the show came to a close, with Hardy perched on the top of the cage looking down (1/7/08; Uncasville, CT)

WrestleMania 24 (5/20/08)
- Kane won a 24-man battle royal by last eliminating Mark Henry with a boot to the face at 6:23; stipulations stated the winner would earn a ECW World Title shot later in the night; order of elimination: Deuce by Festus via a boot as Deuce was on the ring apron (0:33); Domino by Festus via a hiptoss (0:38); Jim Duggan by the Great Khali (1:08); Stevie Richards by Elijah Burke after sustaining the Elijah Express as Richards was on the apron (1:30); Burke by Kane via a choke throw (1:41); WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Mike Mizanin by Jamie Noble via a headscissors over the top (1:57); Shannon Moore & Jimmy Wang Yang by Henry via a double backdrop (2:51); Jesse by Trevor Murdoch (2:57); Murdoch by Festus (3:12); Festus by Lance Cade after grabbing Festus' boot as he attempted to kick Cade (3:27); Brian Kendrick and Cade were eliminated when both men fell over the top following a Kendrick cross body (3:36); Kofi Kingston by Henry via a press slam (4:08); WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Cody Rhodes by Chuck Palumbo via a boot to the face as Rhodes sat on the top rope (4:21); Noble by Palumbo via a boot to the face as Noble was on the apron after being knocked over the top but climbing on the backs of eliminated wrestlers to avoid touching the floor (4:50); Palumbo by Khali following a chop to the head (4:55); Khali by Tommy Dreamer, WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Hardcore Holly, Henry, & Snitsky (5:15); Holly by Snitsky (5:22); Dreamer by Henry (5:22); Snitsky by Henry following a clothesline from behind (5:54); Henry by Kane following a boot to the face (3/30/08; Orlando, FL)

WrestleMania 24 - Blu-ray (5/20/08)
- Kane won a 24-man battle royal by last eliminating Mark Henry with a boot to the face at 6:23; stipulations stated the winner would earn a ECW World Title shot later in the night; order of elimination: Deuce by Festus via a boot as Deuce was on the ring apron (0:33); Domino by Festus via a hiptoss (0:38); Jim Duggan by the Great Khali (1:08); Stevie Richards by Elijah Burke after sustaining the Elijah Express as Richards was on the apron (1:30); Burke by Kane via a choke throw (1:41); WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Mike Mizanin by Jamie Noble via a headscissors over the top (1:57); Shannon Moore & Jimmy Wang Yang by Henry via a double backdrop (2:51); Jesse by Trevor Murdoch (2:57); Murdoch by Festus (3:12); Festus by Lance Cade after grabbing Festus' boot as he attempted to kick Cade (3:27); Brian Kendrick and Cade were eliminated when both men fell over the top following a Kendrick cross body (3:36); Kofi Kingston by Henry via a press slam (4:08); WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Cody Rhodes by Chuck Palumbo via a boot to the face as Rhodes sat on the top rope (4:21); Noble by Palumbo via a boot to the face as Noble was on the apron after being knocked over the top but climbing on the backs of eliminated wrestlers to avoid touching the floor (4:50); Palumbo by Khali following a chop to the head (4:55); Khali by Tommy Dreamer, WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Hardcore Holly, Henry, & Snitsky (5:15); Holly by Snitsky (5:22); Dreamer by Henry (5:22); Snitsky by Henry following a clothesline from behind (5:54); Henry by Kane following a boot to the face (3/30/08; Orlando, FL)

Tagged Classics: Royal Rumble 03 & No Way Out 03 (5/20/07)

Tagged Classics: Backlash 03 & Judgment Day 03 (5/20/07

Backlash 08 (5/27/08)

The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment (6/3/08)
- Rocky Maivia pinned WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley at 15:30 to win the title with an inside cradle as Helmsley lifted the challenger off the mat for the Pedigree; the Honkytonk Man provided guest commentary for the match; after the contest, Dok Hendrix conducted a ringside interview with Maivia regarding the title win as Helmsley stormed off to the backstage area (2/13/97; Lowell, MA)
- Owen Hart defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock via disqualification at 5:47 when Chyna interfered as Hart had the Rock caught in the Sharpshooter and hit the challenger over the back with a baseball bat; Kama, Mark Henry, & D-Lo Brown escroted the champion to the ring before the match and were initially in his corner until they were ejected at around the 2:30 mark after the referee caught Kama attempting to interfere; after the bout, WWF European Champion Triple H, X-Pac, and WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn appeared on the entranceway, with Chyna then walking up the aisle and past them to go backstage (3/31/98; Syracuse, NY)
- King of the Ring Quarter Finals: WWF IC Champion the Rock pinned WWF European Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna) in a non-title match at 8:08 with a fisherman suplex after hitting a low blow behind the referee's back; after the bout, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn attacked the Rock in the ring, with Kama, Mark Henry, and Owen Hart then coming out and brawling with DX until referees and officials broke up the fight (6/16/98; Austin, TX)
- WWF World Title Touranment Finals: The Rock defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind at 17:15 when Vince McMahon called for the bell as Mankind was caught in Rock's Sharpshooter, even though Mankind did not submit, moments after Rock hit the Rock Bottom and then gave the People's Eyebrow to McMahon; prior to the bout, the McMahons and their officials were shown backstage, making it clear they had returned to the arena; early in the contest, Vince & Shane McMahon came to ringside; immediately after the bout, the McMahons presented Rock with the world title belt and all three hugged in the ring (Survivor Series 98 - 11/15/98; St. Louis, MO)
- WWF World Champion Mankind fought the Rock to a draw in a Last Man Standing match at 21:54 after both men simultaneously hit each other with a steel chair; after the match, both participants were taken out of the ring on a stretcher into waiting ambulances backstage (St. Valentine's Day Massacre - 2/14/99; Memphis, TN)
- The Rock defeated WWF World Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 13:00 after Paul Wight interfered as the champion had the Mandible Claw applied on the challenger and chokeslammed Mankind off the top of the ladder; following the entrances, Steve Austin appeared to do guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Rock knocked the ladder on top of Mankind who was laid out inside the ring; as the show came to a close, Austin slid into the ring behind the Rock and dropped him with the Stunner before holding up the title belt and throwing it back to the mat (2/15/99; Birmingham, AL)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion the Rock to win the title at 16:52 in a No DQ match by blocking the People's Elbow and hitting the Stunner; prior to the bout, Michael Cole introduced Jim Ross to the crowd, with Ross returning to commentary duties alongside Jerry Lawler for the main event; moments later, Vince McMahon came out to act as the guest referee but WWF Commissioner Shawn Michaels said only he could appoint the referee, told McMahon to leave the ring, and ordered that the Corporation would be banned from ringside for the duration of the contest; Mankind, who had been sent to the hospital following his match earlier in the evening, returned to the arena late in the match and served as the appointed referee after Vince McMahon interfered and knocked out Earl Hebner (WrestleMania XV - 3/28/99; Philadelphia)
- The Rock defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) in a steel cage match at 13:55 by escaping over the top as Triple H attempted to escape through the door; Triple H escaped the cage first at the 7-minute mark by escaping through the door but the referee had been knocked down, with Rock then dragging Triple H back inside the cage; after the bout, Billy Gunn came ringside as he and Triple H double teamed the Rock (6/29/99; Fayetteville, NC)
- Mankind & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Big Show & the Undertaker to win the titles at 8:13 when Rock pinned Show after hitting him over the head with a steel chair followed by a double People's Elbow from both challengers; Taker never legally tagged in and actually walked out of the match at around the 6-minute mark after Paul Bearer came ringside and showed him something in his jacket (8/30/99; Boston, MA)
- The Rock pinned Kane (w/ Tori) in a no holds barred match at 5:13 with a Rock Bottom onto a steel chair after Kane accidentally hit an interfering Tori with a clothesline and was then hit in the head with the chair by Rock (12/28/99; Richmond, VA)
- The Rock pinned WWF World Champion Triple H to win the title at 19:22 following the spinebuster and People's Elbow after Steve Austin countered the interference of Vince & Shane McMahon, Gerald Brisco, and Pat Patterson; Shane McMahon was the guest referee for the match but Earl Hebner made the pinfall (Backlash 00 - 4/30/00; Washington DC)
- WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Shane McMahon in a steel cage match at 9:14 by escaping over the top after Earl Hebner interfered on behalf of the champion following interference from Triple H, Gerald Brisco, Pat Patterson, and Vince McMahon (5/1/00; Baltimore, MD)
- The Rock pinned WWF World Champion Kurt Angle to win the title at 16:53 following two consecutive Rock Bottoms after the champion hit an unprotected turnbuckle (No Way Out 01 - 2/25/01; Las Vegas, NV)
- The Rock pinned WCW World Champion Booker T (w/ Shane McMahon) to win the title at 15:19 with the Rock Bottom after Booker landed the scissors kick and performed the Spinaroonie; the Acolytes came out around the 11-minute mark, after Shane hit Rock with the title belt behind the back of referee Charles Robinson, with Farooq chasing Shane around the ring where he eventually ran into Bradshaw's Clothesline from Hell; minutes later, Rock hit the People's Elbow but Shane pulled the referee out of the ring to prevent the pinfall, with Rock then sliding out to the floor and dropping Shane with the Rock Bottom; after the contest, the WWF lockerroom was shown celebrating Rock's title win backstage (Summer Slam 01 - 8/19/01; San Jose, CA)
- WWF World Champion Chris Jericho pinned the Rock at 18:50 with both feet on the ropes for leverage after hitting a low blow and ramming the challenger's head into an exposed turnbuckle; Jericho tapped out to the Rock's Sharpshooter at the 10-minute mark but referee Earl Hebner was distracted by Lance Storm and Christian at ringside, who were then laid out by the challenger; during the closing moments of the match, referee Nick Patrick came down after Hebner had been knocked out but then refused to count the challenger's cover, with Rock then hitting Patrick with the Rock Bottom (Royal Rumble 02 - 1/20/02; Atlanta, GA)
- 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 (WrestleMania X-8 - 3/17/03; Toronto Skydome)
- 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)
- WWE World Champion the Rock pinned Eddie Guerrero at 8:30 with the spinebuster and People's Elbow in a non-title match; had Guerrero been victorious, he would have earned a title shot for the following week (7/22/02; Grand Rapids, MI)
- The Rock pinned Steve Austin at 17:56 following three consecutive Rock Bottoms, the first two of which Austin kicked out of; after the bout, the Rock briefly embraced his family at ringside before going backstage (Austin's last match) (WrestleMania X9 - 3/30/03; Seattle, WA)

Judgment Day 08 (6/17/08)

One Night Stand 08 (7/1/08)

Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection (7/8/08)
- Jack Brisco pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair in a non-title impromptu match at 10:52 with a reversal into a backslide; prior to the bout, Flair rolled out to the floor, before facing his scheduled opponent Leroy Dargan, and complained to Bob Caudle that he didn't have to wrestle on TV if he didn't want to; moments later, Wahoo McDaniel, held back by Mike Rotundo & ?, appeared and said Flair was afraid to face him; eventually, Flair was pressured into wrestling, with Flair then agreeing to face "the man in the ring" and rolling back into the ring to find that Brisco had taken Dargan's place; after the bout, Flair attacked Brisco until McDaniel cleared him from the ring, with Flair then cutting a promo from ringside claiming that Brisco was a dead man; Paul Jones provided guest commentary for the contest, alongside Caudle (8/18/82; WTBS Studios)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair fought Kerry Von Erich to a draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 34:07; fall #1: the challenger was disqualified at 21:00 after Von Erich accidentally dropped NWA referee Alfred Neely with a discuss punch; at the time the bell rang, replacement WCCW referee David Manning was checking on Flair as he was caught in Von Erich's sleeper, causing many to believe Von Erich had won the fall; after the fall, the two officials argued over the decision; fall #2: Von Erich pinned Flair with the claw at 33:00; fall #3: both men were disqualified at 34:07 after they both shoved Neely out of the way as they brawled with one another; after the fall, several wrestlers and officials came out to break up the fight; after Flair left the ring, Fritz Von Erich appeared and argued with Neely for not giving Von Erich the first fall, with the two nearly coming to blows (8/24/82; Reunion Arena)
- Ric Flair defeated NWA World Champion Harley Race via disqualification at around the 22-minute mark when, as Flair had Race in the figure-4, Bob Orton Jr. appeared and held off an interfering Dick Slater until Orton and Slater both attacked Flair, hit a spike piledriver, and wrenched Flair's neck; moments later, Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel came out to clear the ring and check on Flair (8/31/83)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair, National Tag Team Champions Arn & Ole Anderson defeated Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Champion Magnum TA, & Manny Fernandez at around the 14-minute mark when Ole pinned Fernandez after Arn grabbed a steel chair from the ringside area and hit Fernandez in the head with it behind the back of referee Tommy Young; at the time of the fall, Rhodes had Flair caught in the figure-4; after the match, the Andersons attacked Rhodes, with Flair attempting to hit Rhodes with a chair until Magnum cleared him from the ring; David Crockett & Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the match (12/15/85)
- Sting fought NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) to a 45-minute time-limit draw at 39:14; during the bout, Dillon was suspended above the ring in a shark cage; Sandy Scott, Gary Juster, and 1988 Penthouse Pet of the Year Patty Mullen served as judges for the match, with Scott ruling it a draw, Juster voting for Sting, and Mullen voting for Flair; Jason Hervey, of "The Wonder Years," and Ken Osmond, Eddie Haskel of "The New Leave it to Beaver," sat ringside with the judges; Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the bout (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (NWA Clash of the Champions - 3/27/88; Greensboro Coliseum)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk (w/ Gary Hart) at around the 17-minute mark by reversing an inside cradle after Funk avoided the figure-4; after the bout, Flair punched out Hart before the Great Muta sprayed green mist into Flair's eyes, with Muta and Funk double teaming the champion and assaulting him with the title belt before Sting made the save for a bloody Flair; just as Sting started to be double teamed as well, Flair made a comeback, assaulted Funk around ringside, and threw Muta to the floor; Flair & Sting eventually brawled with Funk & Muta down the aisle (Hart's surprise first appearance with Funk) (NWA Great American Bash 89 - 7/23/89; Baltimore Arena)
- Ric Flair (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Roddy Piper at 11:59 by sliding in the ring and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage after punching Piper in the face; after the match, Piper hit the referee with a steel chair before repeatedly hitting Flair with the chair - knocking him to the floor (Flair's MSG return after a 15-year absence) (10/28/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated Ricky Steamboat at 32:19 when all four men's shoulders were down as Steamboat had Flair covered with an elevated double chicken wing into a bridge; during the match, Flair's wife Beth was shown in the crowd; after the bout, referee Nick Patrick told Bockwinkel he had to count them both down and Bockwinkel gave the decision to Flair since it was a draw (WCW Spring Stampede 94 - 4/17/94; Chicago, IL)
- WWE IC Champion Ric Flair defeated Triple H in a steel cage match at 23:45 by escaping the cage after landing three chair shots to the head (Taboo Tuesday 05 - 11/1/05; San Diego, CA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Ric Flair with the superkick at 20:25 after waiting on Flair to stagger to his feet and then saying, "I'm sorry, I love you;" pre-match stipulations stated Flair would have to retire if he lost; prior to the bout, Flair's family was shown sitting ringside; Smackdown! referee Charles Robinson was the official for the match; after the bout, Flair embraced his family and aknowledged the crowd as the audience chanted "Thank you, Ric" (Flair's last match) (WrestleMania 24 - 3/30/08; Citrus Bowl)

Night of Champions (7/8/08)

Summer Slam Anthology (8/5/08)

Great American Bash 2008 (8/19/08)

Tagged Classics: Bad Blood 03 & Vengeance 03 (9/2/08)

Tagged Classics: Summer Slam 03 & Unforgiven 03 (9/2/08)

The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect (9/9/08)
- Curt Hennig fought Eddie Gilbert to a time-limit draw at 14:22 as Hennig had Gilbert covered following an elbow drop; prior to the bout, the two shook hands (Gilbert's MSG debut) (11/22/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Curt Hennig & Scott Hall defeated AWA Tag Team Champions - AWA Light Heavyweight Champion Steve Regal & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) in a non-title match at 9:45 when Hall pinned Regal with a bulldog after Garvin accidentally sprayed his partner in the face with a spraycan; Verne Gagne & Doug McCloud provided commentary for the match (11/26/85; Las Vegas, NV; Tropicana)
- Curt Hennig fought AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel to a 60-minute time limit draw at 59:56; Hennig had Bockwinkel in the figure-4 for the last 2 minutes of the bout; Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears provided commentary for the match (11/15/86; Las Vegas, NV; Showboat)
- Curt Hennig pinned Terry Taylor at 4:52 with a forearm to the head immediately after Taylor threw Hennig into the corner; Michael Cole & Mick Foley provided commentary for the match (Wrestlefest 88 - 7/31/88; Milwaukee, WI)
- Mr. Perfect fought Bret Hart to a 20-minute time limit draw at 19:05; after the bout, Hart challenged Perfect to 5 more minutes, with the two briefly brawling until Hart sent his opponent to the floor (4/24/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via disqualification at 13:36 after Hogan hit the challenger with his own pair of brass knuckles, moments after Perfect used them behind the referee's back; the bell did not ring until after the champion hit the legdrop and made the cover (1/15/90; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Kerry Von Erich pinned Mr. Perfect at 11:38 when Von Erich lifted his shoulder following a back suplex and bridge by the challenger; Roddy Piper was the guest referee for the bout; after the bout, Perfect celebrated with the title belt, believing he had won, until the decision was announced; moments later, Perfect repeatedly hit both Von Erich and Piper with the title belt until referees swarmed the ring; Piper eventually struggled to his feet, went after Perfect, but then returned to the ring to raise Von Erich's hand in victory (11/24/90; Madison Square Garden)
Bret Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ the Coach) at 18:02 via submission with the Sharpshooter to win the title; during the bout, Stu, Helen, and Bruce Hart were seen in the audience; after the contest, Bret hugged his parents at ringside (Summer Slam 91 - 8/26/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) defeated Mr. Perfect via count-out at 11:18 when Diesel threw the challenger into the steel ring post after the challenger rolled Michaels back into the ring; after the match, Perfect attacked Michaels and Diesel in the ring before he was eventually double teamed, with Diesel knocking Perfect out with a punch to the face; moments later, Todd Pettingill conducted an interview with Michaels and Diesel in the aisle, during which Michaels proclaimed himself the greatest IC champion of all time (Summer Slam 93 - 8/30/93; Auburn Hills, MI)
- Bret Hart defeated Curt Hennig (w/ Rick Rude) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 13:50; immediately after the match, Rude attacked Hart from behind, with he and Hennig double teaming Hart; Rude then dropped Hart with the Rude Awakening before Hennig threw a steel chair down on top of Bret, placed a foot on his chest, and posed; moments later, the two blocked the trainer from checking on Hart; Hart's theme music was altered for the DVD (WCW Uncensored 98 - 3/15/98; Mobile, AL)

Summer Slam 08 (9/16/08)
- ECW World Champion Mark Henry (w/ Tony Atlas) pinned Matt Hardy at 14:18 with the powerslam after raising his knees to block a moonsault; during the bout, a crawl at the bottom of the screen said an uninterrupted airing of the program would be shown on WWE.com the following day at 4 p.m. EST; during the final moments of the match, Hardy hit the Twist of Fate but Atlas pulled the challenger out of the ring, preventing the pinfall, without the referee seeing it (8/19/08; Moline, IL)

Hell in a Cell (10/14/08)
- WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels pinned the Undertaker at 29:56 in a non-title Hell in a Cell match after Paul Bearer and Kane came ringside, Kane ripped the door off the cage, and hit the tombstone on the Undertaker before leaving ringside; Michaels was escorted to the ring by Triple H, Chyna, and Rick Rude but all three returned backstage after the cage door was locked shut; midway through the contest, the door had to be unlocked in order to get an injured cameraman to safety (a local indy wrestler) - resulting in the two participants having a lengthy brawl outside and on top of the cage; after the contest, Triple H and Chyna helped Michaels backstage; due to prematch stipulations, Michaels earned a world title shot for the Survivor Series; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (the 1st ever HIAC; Kane's surprise debut) (Badd Blood - 10/5/97; St. Louis, MO)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker fought Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) to a no contest in a Hell in a Cell match when Bearer locked himself inside the cage as Austin brawled with Kane & Mankind around ringside; the Undertaker, who failed to arrive when his music played moments earlier, came up from underneath the ring and brutalized Bearer as Austin scaled the cage to attack Kane on the roof (6/15/98; San Antonio, TX)
- 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)
- WWF Tag Team Champion Kane fought WWF Tag Team Champion Mankind to a no contest in a Hell in a Cell match at 7:30 when Steve Austin came up from under the ring and attacked Kane (8/24/98; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Cactus Jack in a Hell in a Cell match at 23:58 with the Pedigree; moments earlier, the champion backdropped Cactus on top of the cell, sending him through the ceiling, and partially through the mat as Cactus attempted a piledriver onto a flaming 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire; due to pre-match stipulations, Mick Foley was forced to retire; after the bout, medics came out with a stretcher to help Cactus backstage but he refused help and walked backstage under his own power (Mick Foley's last match for 4 years) (No Way Out 00 - 2/27/00; Hartford, CT)
- WWF World Champion Kurt Angle defeated Steve Austin, Rikishi, the Undertaker, the Rock, and Triple H in a Hell in a Cell bout at 32:10 by pinning the Rock after Austin hit the Stunner on the Rock but was prevented by making the cover by Triple H; mid-way through the bout, Vince McMahon had a truck driven to the ring so he could dismantle the cage; moments later, Mick Foley came out and had McMahon sent backstage before the cage could be taken down; late in the bout, the Undertaker chokeslammed Rikishi from the top of the cage down onto the bed of the truck; after the match, Austin hit the Stunner on Angle (Armageddon 00 - 12/10/00; Birmingham, AL)
- Triple H pinned Chris Jericho in a Hell in a Cell match at 24:29 by pinning Jericho on the roof of the cell after hitting him over the head with a 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire and following with the Pedigree; the two left the cell late in the bout and climbed to the top when the door was opened to allow officials to check on knocked out referee Tim White (Judgment Day 02 - 5/19/02; Nashville, TN)
- WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned the Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match by reversing an attempt at the tombstone and hitting the F5 at 27:15; after the bout, Lesnar grabbed the belt, scaled to the roof of the cage, and posed as the show came to a close (No Mercy 02 - 10/20/02; Little Rock, AR)
- World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Kevin Nash in a Hell in a Cell match at 21:03 with the Pedigree after hitting Nash in the face with a sledgehammer; Mick Foley was the guest referee for the bout; after the match, Ric Flair and Randy Orton came out to help the champion backstage (Bad Blood 03 - 6/15/03; Houston, TX)
- Triple H pinned Shawn Michaels in a Hell in a Cell match at 47:25 after hitting the Pedigree three times within the final minutes of the match; after the match, WWE IC Champion Randy Orton, Ric Flair, and Batista appeared, rolled the bloody Triple H out of the ring, and helped him backstage; after Evolution left ringside, referee Mike Chioda helped Michaels to his feet to end the broadcast (Bad Blood 04 - 6/13/04; Columbus, OH)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista pinned Triple H in a Hell in a Cell match at 26:55 with a spinebuster onto the steel ring steps and the sit-down powerbomb; the challenger attempted to hit Batista in the face with a sledgehammer while he was in the air, set up for the powerbomb, but didn't have the chance to land the blow in time; prior to the bout, the challenger was escorted to the ring by Ric Flair (Vengeance 05 - 6/26/05; Las Vegas, NV)
- The Undertaker pinned Randy Orton (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) in a Hell in a Cell match at 30:30 after hitting both Randy and an interfering Bob with the urn before dropping each man with the tombstone; after the bout, Taker climbed the cell and posed with the urn as the show came to a close (Armageddon 05 - 12/18/05; Providence, RI)
- 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)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista pinned the Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match at 21:26 when, after Taker dropped the champion with a tombstone onto the ringsteps, Edge - disguised as a cameraman - pulled referee Mickey Henson out of the ring, hit Taker with his video camera, and hit a Con-Chair-Two onto the steps before pulling Batista on top for the win; after the cage was raised, Edge slid back in the ring and hit Taker in the face with the chair (Edge's surprise return after a 4-month absence) (Survivor Series 07 - 11/18/07; Miami, FL)

Unforgiven 08 (10/14/08)

No Mercy 08 (11/4/08)
- WWE World Champion Triple H defeated World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho and ECW World Champion Matt Hardy in a non-title match at 12:23 by pinning Hardy with the Pedigree after Hardy dropped Jericho with the Side Effect; after the bout, Jericho dropped Triple H with the Code Breaker, brought a ladder out from under the ring and knocked Hardy out with it; moments later, Jeff Hardy made the save and knocked Jericho to the floor; Triple H then went after Jeff but Jeff hit him with the Twist of Fate and scaled the ladder; Vladimir Kozlov then appeared, with Hardy leaping onto him but Kozlov knocking him out with a headbutt to the chest; Kozlov then dropped Triple H with the reverse DDT as the show went off the air (9/30/08; Green Bay, WI)

Viva La Raza: The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero (11/11/08)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned ECW TV Champion 2 Cold Scorpio to win the title at 14:50 with a modified victory roll; after the bout, the two men shook hands (4/8/95; ECW Arena)
- ECW TV Champion Eddie Guerrero fought Dean Malenko to a 30-minute time-limit draw at 25:54 (ECW Hostile City Showdown 95 - 4/18/95; ECW Arena)
- Best of Seven Series: Shinjiro Ohtani (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Eddie Guerrero at 13:44 after the two traded a series of roll ups; WCW - 2, NJPW - 3 (WCW Starrcade 95 - 12/27/95; Nashville, TN)
- WCW US Champion Ric Flair (w/ Woman & Elizabeth) pinned Eddie Guerrero at 14:16 with the figure-4 while holding onto Woman outside the ring for leverage, moments after Guerrero further injured his knee attempting the frog splash (WCW Hog Wild 96 - 8/10/96; Sturgis, SD)
- WCW US Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned Chris Jericho with a crucifix into a sunset flip at 12:04; after the bout, the two men shook hands (WCW SuperBrawl VII - 2/23/97; San Francisco, CA)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. to win the title at 5:58 with the frog splash after the challenger reversed Mysterio's hurricanrana and dropped him throat-first across the top rope; after the contest, Dean Malenko came out, went nose to nose with Guerrero, and then left the ring (11/10/97; Memphis, TN)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned Dean Malenko at 14:58 following a frog splash onto Malenko's injured knee after hitting a missile dropkick to the knee; prior to the bout, Rey Mysterio Jr., the Ultimo Dragon, Greg Valentine, Barry Darsow, Chris Adams, WCW TV Champion Disco Inferno, and Harlem Heat were shown sitting in the crowd; during the contest, it was announced Malenko's wife gave birth to a girl Christmas night (WCW Starrcade 97 - 12/28/97; Washington DC)
- Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chavo Guerrero Jr.) pinned the Ultimo Dragon at 11:10 with a brainbuster and the frog splash after Dragon accidentally knocked Chavo off the ring apron when Eddie moved out of the way; stipulations stated Chavo would win his freedom from Eddie if Dragon won; after the contest, Chavo cornered Eddie and acted as though he was going to attack him but then attacked Dragon instead, with Chavo shoving Eddie away when Eddie tried to stop him; Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay provided commentary (WCW Slamboree 98 - 5/17/98; Worcester, MA)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned Juventud Guerrera at 4:07 with the frog splash after catching Guerrera in mid-air and hitting a shoulderbreaker; during the bout, it was announced Dean Malenko would be the guest referee for the Guerrera vs. WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho match at Road Wild; Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay provided commentary (8/3/98; Denver, CO)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned Psychosis at around the 12-minute mark after avoiding a splash off the top and hitting the frog splash to the back; Mike Tenay & Larry Zbyzsko provided commentary for the match (6/24/99; Lafayette, LA)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned WWF European Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Chyna) to win the title at 5:38 when, after referee Tim White was knocked to the floor, Chyna counted Jericho's pin attempt on Guerrero only to then hit a low blow on the champion and drop him with a DDT before placing Guerrero on top (4/3/00; Los Angeles, CA)
- KOTR Qualifying Match: WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) pinned Matt Hardy in a non-title match with a hurricanrana off the top into a cradle at 4:10 (6/6/00; Buffalo, NY)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned WWF IC Champion Rob Van Dam to win the title at 11:43 with the Frog Splash after dropping the champion with a neckbreaker onto the title belt (Backlash 02 - 4/21/02; Kansas City, MO)
- WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned Jeff Hardy at 6:50 with the frog splash after hitting Hardy with the title as the challenger attempted a crossbody to the floor (4/29/02; Buffalo, NY)
- Edge pinned Eddie Guerrero in a No DQ match at around the 19-minute mark following a DDT off the top of a ladder; mid-way through the contest, referee Mike Sparks was helped backstage after Edge accidentally struck him in the face with the ladder; after Edge went backstage, the fans cheered Guerrero as he struggled to his feet (9/24/02; San Diego, CA)
- WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin defeated Eddie & Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 15:04 when Haas pinned Chavo after Benjamin tripped Chavo as he attempted a suplex into the ring and held onto the leg from the outside as Haas made the cover; after the bout, Chavo hit a plancha over the top onto the champions, with Eddie & Chavo walking off with the tag title belts; moments later, they were shown backstage on the big screen driving out of the arena in their low rider (Backlash 03 - 4/27/03; Worcester, MA)
- WWE US Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned John Cena in a Parking Lot Brawl at 8:08 with a frog splash off the top of a mini van onto Cena who was on the hood of an adjacent car after Chavo Guerrero Jr. made his return by attacking Cena from behind; wrestlers who were on hand for the match included the Acolytes, Sho Funaki, Orlando Jordan, Matt Hardy, Shannon Moore, Sean O'Haire, Doug & Danny Basham, Chuck Palumbo, & Johnny Stamboli (Chavo's surprise return after a 4-month absence) (9/9/03; Birmingham, AL)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Chavo Guerrero Sr.) with the frog splash at 8:04; after the bout, Eddie hit an interfering Chavo Sr. and tied him to the ring ropes using his neck tie; moments thereafter, Eddie continued his assault on Chavo Jr., busting him open as Chavo Sr. watched on, unable to help (Royal Rumble 04 - 1/25/04; Philadelphia, PA)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar to win the title at 30:05 with the Frog Splash after reversing an attempt at the F5 into a tornado DDT onto the title belt; late in the bout, Lesnar attempted to use the title belt as a weapon while the referee was knocked out but Bill Goldberg, who was arrested earlier in the evening, came out and hit the spear on the champion; after the match, Guerrero celebrated in the crowd and was congratulated by his mother and brother Mondo who sat ringside (No Way Out 04 - 2/15/04; San Francisco, CA)
- WWE World Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. with a cradle after the challenger failed the springboard legdrop (3/16/04; Boston, MA) - John Bradshaw Layfield defeated WWE World Champion Eddie Guerrero via disqualification at 23:11 when the champion hit Layfield in the head with the title belt, moments after the challenger brought it in the ring to use as a weapon; prior to the bout, JBL cut an in-ring promo guaranteeing he would win the match; late in the contest, Guerrero sustained heavy blood loss after a chair shot to the head from JBL; after the match, Guerrero continued to assault JBL and bloodied him after landing two chair shots to the head and a Frog Splash; moments later, as referees helped JBL backstage, Guerrero attacked Layfield in the aisle until he was pulled away by referees and officials Arn Anderson, Steve Keirn, Fit Finlay, and Dean Malenko (Judgment Day 04 - 5/16/04; Los Angeles, CA)
- WWE World Champion John Bradshaw Layfield defeated Eddie Guerrero in a steel cage match at 28:48 by escaping over the top after a man dressed as El Gran Luchador climbed into the ring and prevented Eddie from leaving over the top; after the bout, El Gran was able to climb out of the ring but Eddie pulled the mask off to reveal him as Kurt Angle; late in the contest, Eddie hit a frog splash off the top of the cage onto the champion (7/13/04; Providence, RI)
- #1 Contender's Tournament Opening Round: Kurt Angle pinned WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Eddie Guerrero at 25:43 when Angle sent Rey Mysterio Jr., who came ringside moments earlier to steal away a steel chair from Angle, into Guerrero - with the chair hitting Guerrero in the head (4/12/05; Chicago, IL)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. in a steel cage match at 17:19 with the frog splash moments after avoiding a crossbody off the top of the cage; during the closing moments, Guerrero had the opportunity to leave through the door but decided instead to get the pin (the debut of Guerrero's new music) (9/6/05; Duluth, GA)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista pinned Eddie Guerrero at 18:40 with a spinebuster moments after avoiding the Frog Splash; at several points in the match the challenger had the opportunity to use a steel chair on Batista but opted not to; following the bout, Batista helped Guerrero to his feet and the two men shook hands (No Mercy 05 - 10/9/05; Houston, TX)
- Eddie Guerrero defeated Ken Kennedy via disqualification at 5:04 after bringing a steel chair into the ring and tossing it to Kennedy, with referee Charles Robinson thinking Kennedy used the weapon on Guerrero; moments after the bout, Kennedy hit Guerrero over the head with the chair; due to pre-match stipulations, Guerrero earned a spot in the Raw vs. Smackdown! Survivor Series match (Guerrero's last match) (11/8/05; Indianapolis, IN)

Cyber Sunday 08 (11/25/08)
- WWE US Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned R Truth at 3:24 after hitting the Paydirt as the challenger ran the ropes; Truth was chosen as the challenger with 59% of the vote, beating MVP (15%) and Festus (26%); Jim Ross & Tazz provided commentary for the match (10/26/08; Phoenix, AZ)

History of the Intercontinental Championship (11/25/08)
- WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson pinned Ted Dibiase at 7:54 by putting his leg on the middle rope for leverage after Dibiase attempted to hit Patterson with the champion's own foreign object; during the bout, music industry pioneer Kal Rudman briefly joined Vince McMahon on commentary (10/22/79; Madison Square Garden)
- Pedro Morales fought WWF IC Champion Ken Patera to a double disqualification at 16:19 after both men attacked the referee and used illegal holds; after the bout, the two men had to be held apart by a number of wrestlers including Pat Patterson, Dominic DeNucci, Rick Martel, and several others (10/20/80; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales fought Don Muraco to a double disqualification at 14:25 after both men struck the referee; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Muraco to the ring; after the contest, both men continued to brawl in and out of the ring until Muraco left ringside (12/28/82; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Don Muraco defeated Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match at 6:46 when a flying headbutt from Snuka sent Muraco tumbling out the door; after the bout, Snuka scaled the cage and hit a splash off the top onto the prone champion, 15 feet below; the challenger and champion were escorted to ringside by Buddy Rogers and Capt. Lou Albano, respectively, but the managers returned backstage before the match began (10/17/83; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tito Santana at 10:22 in a lumberjack match after both men collided and the champion fell on top for the win; lumberjacks included King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, the Junkyard Dog, Barry O, Matt Borne, Ricky Steamboat, Jimmy Snuka, Rocky Johnson, Charlie Fulton, and Terry Gibbs (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned WWF IC Champion Tito Santana to win the title at 10:29 after Savage hit Santana in the head with a foreign object while in the middle of a back suplex (2/8/86; Boston Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat (w/ George Steele) pinned WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) to win the title at 14:35 with an inside cradle after Steele pushed Savage off the top as Savage prepared to come off the top and hit the challenger with the time keeper's bell (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and Pro Wrestling Illustrated) (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Silverdome)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WWF IC Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title at 3:53 by reversing an inside cradle and grabbing onto the bottom rope for leverage (6/2/87; Buffalo, NY)
- The Ultimate Warrior (sub. for Brutus Beefcake) pinned WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a flying shoulder block and splash at the 27-second mark to win the title (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) to win the title at 16:02 with a back suplex and splash after Roddy Piper mooned the champion from ringside (Summer Slam 89 - 8/28/89; Meadowlands)
- Bret Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ the Coach) at 18:02 via submission with the Sharpshooter to win the title; during the bout, Stu, Helen, and Bruce Hart were seen in the audience; after the contest, Bret hugged his parents at ringside (Summer Slam 91 - 8/26/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF IC Champion Bret Hart to win the title by blocking a sunset flip attempt at 25:11; prior to the bout, Smith was escorted to the ring by Lennox Lewis; after the match, Hart initially refused to shake Smith's hand before the two eventually hugged; moments later, Diana Hart Smith celebrated in the ring with Hart and Smith as the show went off the air; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 92 - 8/29/92; London, England; Wembley Stadium)
- WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match at 18:49 after Michaels had his foot and later his arm entangled in the ring ropes; Diesel was in the challenger's corner for the early moments of the bout but was sent backstage after attacking Razor on the floor (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, and Pro Wrestling Torch) (the first televised WWF ladder match) (WrestleMania X - 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
- Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) pinned WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon to win the title at 20:54 with an inside cradle after the champion's leg gave out as he attempted the Razor's Edge; the challenger originally won the match via count-out at 11:45 after the Roadie clipped Razor's injured leg on the floor; moments later, the challenger refused the win on a technicality, instead goading Razor to continue the match so he could win the title; the bout was restarted at 14:34 (Royal Rumble 95 - 1/22/95; Tampa, FL)
- WWF IC Champion Steve Austin pinned the Rock at 5:31 (w/ Farooq, Kama, & D-Lo Brown) with the Stunner after accidentally dropping referee Mike Chioda with the move, thinking he was the challenger; upon his entrance, Austin drove a 3:16 pickup truck to ringside; before the match officially began, Austin fought off the other Nation members, eventually backdropping Brown onto the windsheild and hitting the Stunner on him while atop the truck; Austin wrestled in his vest for the duration of the match (In Your House: Degeneration X - 12/7/97; Springfield, MA)
- Triple H (w/ Chyna) fought WWF IC Champion the Rock to a 30-minute time-limit draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; prior to the bout, the Rock was escorted out by Mark Henry, Kama, and WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown while Triple H was escorted out by X-Pac, Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg; before the match started, Sgt. Slaughter had everyone but Chyna return backstage; fall #1: Rock pinned Triple H at 20:17 with the Rock Bottom after the challenger knocked an interfering D-Lo Brown out of the ring with the European title; fall #2: Triple H pinned the Rock at 26:29 after Chyna interfered and hit a DDT onto a steel chair; fall #3: the time-limit expired as the challenger had the Rock covered following the Pedigree; after the bout, the Nation attacked Triple H until DX made the save and cleared the ring (Fully Loaded 98 - 7/26/98; Fresno, CA)
- Chyna pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Miss Kitty) to win the title in a Good Housekeeping match at 8:37 after hitting the champion with his own guitar behind the referee's back; Jarrett originally won the bout after hitting the challenger with the title belt but it was not a legal prop and thus the match resumed (Jarrett's last appearance) (No Mercy 99 - 10/17/99; Cleveland, OH)
- WWF European Champion Kurt Angle pinned WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Chyna) to win the title at 10:14 after blocking an attempt at the Lionsault by lifting up the IC belt, which Angle brought in the ring moments earlier, as referee Tim White was distracted by an injured Chyna on the floor; after the match, referee Earl Hebner came out to tell White what really happened but the decision stood; only the IC title was on the line in the bout (No Way Out 00 - 2/27/00; Hartford, CT)
- WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Chris Jericho and X-Pac by pinning Jericho at 3:50 after X-Pac hit a low blow and the X-Factor to Jericho, with Guerrero then dropkicking X-Pac to the floor; after the match, Jericho and X-Pac continued to brawl until officials broke it up; the bout was to have been a tag team match pitting Jericho & Billy Gunn against Guerrero & X-Pac but Guerrero attacked Gunn backstage and thus Commissioner Mick Foley made the bout a triple threat match instead (10/10/00; Los Angeles, CA)
- Jeff Hardy pinned WWF IC Champion Triple H to win the title at 8:06 with the Swanton after Matt Hardy - said to be recovering at home with Lita - ran in the ring and hit the champion over the head with a steel chair; during the match, Stephanie McMahon was shown watching the match backstage (4/10/01; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated WWE European Champion Jeff Hardy in a ladder match to unify both championships at 6:56 after knocking Hardy off a second ladder and then hitting a splash off the top of the first ladder; after the match, RVD raised Hardy's hand in a showing of respect (7/22/02; Grand Rapids, MI)
- Edge pinned WWE IC Champion Randy Orton at 26:37 to win the title with the spear after Orton hit an exposed turnbuckle back-first (Vengeance 04 - 7/11/04; Hartford, CT)
- WWE IC Champion Ric Flair defeated Triple H in a steel cage match at 23:45 by escaping the cage after landing three chair shots to the head (Taboo Tuesday 05 - 11/1/05; San Diego, CA)
- Rob Van Dam pinned WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin to win the title with the Five Star Frog Splash at 18:41 after using the Van Daminator to send the Money in the Bank briefcase into the champion's face; had Benjamin won the match he would have earned RVD's Money in the Bank world title shot (Backlash 06 - 4/30/06; Lexington, KY)
- Johnny Nitro (w/ Melina) defeated WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin and Carlito Caribbean Cool to win the title at 12:03 by pinning Benjamin after Carlito hit the Back Cracker on the champion but was pulled out to the floor by Nitro, who then made the cover himself (Vengeance 06 - 6/25/06; Charlotte, NC)
- WWE IC Champion Umaga pinned Jeff Hardy at 11:20 with a kick to the face, backsplash in the corner, and thumb strike to the throat (Great American Bash 07 - 7/22/07; San Jose, CA)
- Chris Jericho pinned WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy to win the title with the Code Breaker at 11:03 after avoiding the Swanton (3/10/08; Milwaukee, WI)

The Twisted, Disturbed Life of Kane (12/9/08)
- Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Mankind with a tombstone at 9:30; prior to the bout, Jim Ross spoke with Mankind, backstage, from the broadcast table regarding the upcoming match; the match was fought under Kane's red entrance lighting (Kane's in-ring debut) (Survivor Series 97 - 11/9/97; Montreal, Quebec)
- The Undertaker pinned Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) following three tombstone piledrivers at 16:58; after the match, Kane hit the tombstone on the Undertaker onto a steel chair; prior to the contest, Pete Rose ran down the city of Boston until Kane entered the ring and hit the tombstone (WrestleMania XIV - 3/29/98; Boston, MA)
- 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 (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin in a First Blood match to win the title at 14:52 after the Undertaker accidentally hit Austin with a chair; the Undertaker came to the ring to stop the interference of Mankind; had Kane not won the title, he would have set himself on fire (King of the Ring 98 - 6/28/98; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Kane & X-Pac defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart (w/ Debra) to win the titles at 5:58 when X-Pac pinned Jarrett after Kane dropped Jarrett with the chokeslam and then threw his partner on top for the cover (3/30/99; Long Island, NY)
- Kane (w/ Tori) pinned X-Pac in a steel cage match at 8:13 with the tombstone after slamming the cage door in his opponent's face and following with a clothesline off the top of the cage; WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn came out mid-way through the match, cut open the cage door, and threw in a steel chair and a pair of handcuffs for X-Pac to use; Kane was briefly handcuffed to the cage as X-Pac hit the X-Factor on an interfering Tori; pre-match stipulations stated Kane could only win the match via pinfall but X-Pac could win by escaping the cage or by pinfall (Armageddon 99 - 12/12/99; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
- Chris Jericho defeated Kane in a Last Man Standing match at 16:45 after shoving a stack of barrels, part of the entrance stage set, onto Kane and then standing on top of the barrels as referee Teddy Long gave the 10-count (Armageddon 00 - 12/10/00; Birmingham, AL)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Edge & Christian and the Undertaker & Kane in a table match at 12:03 when the champions put Christian through a table set up in the ring with the 3D; Rikishi & Haku interfered at 10:30 and brawled with the Undertaker & Kane on the floor, distracting them from the match in the ring (No Way Out 01 - 2/25/01; Las Vegas, NV)
- Kane pinned WWF IC Champion & WWF Tag Team Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) in a chain match to win the title at 12:28 after Triple H's tag team championship partner, WWF World Champion Steve Austin, interfered and accidentally hit the champion over the head with a steel chair before Kane knocked Austin down to the mat (Judgment Day 01 - 5/21/01; Sacramento, CA)
- Kurt Angle pinned Kane at 10:43 by reversing a chokeslam attempt into a roll up and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage (WrestleMania X8 - 3/17/02; Skydome)
- World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned WWE IC Champion Kane at 16:14 in a unification match after ramming the challenger into the corner and following with the Pedigree after Kane caught an interfering Ric Flair coming off the top and hit the chokeslam; Flair appeared mid-way through the match, prompting the Hurricane to appear to counter Flair's interference; moments later, Triple H dropped Hurricane with a Pedigree on the floor (No Mercy 02 - 10/20/02; Little Rock, AR)
- Rob Van Dam & Kane (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated Chris Jericho & Christian (w/ Randy Orton) at 7:09 when Kane pinned Christian following the chokeslam / Five Star Frog Splash combo (1/6/03; Phoenix, AZ)
- Kane pinned Rob Van Dam in a steel cage match at 14:10 with a chokeslam off the top rope; RVD had orignally won the match after he was brutally and repeatedly rammed into the cage to the point where it swung open and he fell out but Eric Bischoff overruled the decision, stating that the winner would be the one to climb over the top to the floor, go out the door, or get the pin - and since that didn't happen the match would continue; after the bout, RVD was taken backstage on a stretcher (9/8/03; Huntsville, AL)
- 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 defeated Shane McMahon in an Ambulance Match at 13:31 after hitting the tombstone on the concrete floor (Survivor Series 03 - 11/16/03; Dallas, TX)
- 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 04 - 9/12/04; Portland, OR)
- Kane fought Gene Snitsky to a no contest in a no holds barred match at 6:16 after both men fell off the stage and crashed through several tables on the floor after Kane hit a chokeslam from the stage to the floor (1/17/05; Toronto, Ontario)
- Edge (w/ Lita) defeated Kane in a steel cage match at 10:29 by escaping over the top after hitting Kane in the face with the Money in the Bank briefcase as the two fought at the top of the cage; prior to the bout, Matt Hardy jumped the rail and attacked Edge until he was forced to the ground by police and ejected from ringside (7/18/05; Philadelphia, PA)
- Edge (w/ Lita) defeated Kane in a stretcher match at around the 12-minute mark after Edge hit Kane in the face with the Money in the Bank briefcase as Kane, sitting on the stretcher, had a choke applied on Lita; after the bout, Kane assaulted Edge and threw him face-first into the stage; moments later, Kane grabbed Lita and dropped her with a tombstone onto the entrance stage (7/25/05; Cleveland, OH)
- Umaga (w/ Armando Allejandro Estrada) defeated Kane via disqualification at 8:01 when Kane hit Umaga over the head three times with a steel chair; moments later, Kane stalked Estrada up the ramp and dragged him backstage; after the commercial break, Umaga attacked Kane backstage as Kane prepared to assault Estrada (9/18/06; Montreal, Quebec)
- The Undertaker & Kane defeated Booker T (w/ Sharmell) & Finlay at around the 14:30 mark when Taker pinned Finlay with the tombstone after Taker & Kane hit simultaneous chokeslams on Finlay & Booker, respectively (12/19/06; Hampton, VA)
- Kane pinned Booker T (w/ Sharmell) with the chokeslam at 12:40 as Booker attempted the scissors kick (No Way Out 07 - 2/18/07; Los Angeles, CA)
- Finlay pinned Kane in a No DQ match at 17:28 with the Celtic Cross after hitting Kane in the ribs as Kane attempted to hit Finlay with the steel ringsteps (9/9/07; Minneapolis, MN)
- World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker fought ECW World Champion Kane to a no contest at 9:07 when Edge, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Curt Hawkins & Zach Ryder attacked both men; neither title was on the line; pre-match stipulations stated if either man refused to compete they would be stripped of their title; after the bout, Taker and Kane sat up, cleared Hawkins & Ryder from the ring, and hit chokeslams and tombstones on Edge and Chavo, respecitvely, to end the broadcast (4/1/08; Miami, FL)
- Kane won a 24-man battle royal by last eliminating Mark Henry with a boot to the face at 6:23; stipulations stated the winner would earn a ECW World Title shot later in the night; order of elimination: Deuce by Festus via a boot as Deuce was on the ring apron (0:33); Domino by Festus via a hiptoss (0:38); Jim Duggan by the Great Khali (1:08); Stevie Richards by Elijah Burke after sustaining the Elijah Express as Richards was on the apron (1:30); Burke by Kane via a choke throw (1:41); WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Mike Mizanin by Jamie Noble via a headscissors over the top (1:57); Shannon Moore & Jimmy Wang Yang by Henry via a double backdrop (2:51); Jesse by Trevor Murdoch (2:57); Murdoch by Festus (3:12); Festus by Lance Cade after grabbing Festus' boot as he attempted to kick Cade (3:27); Brian Kendrick and Cade were eliminated when both men fell over the top following a Kendrick cross body (3:36); Kofi Kingston by Henry via a press slam (4:08); WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Cody Rhodes by Chuck Palumbo via a boot to the face as Rhodes sat on the top rope (4:21); Noble by Palumbo via a boot to the face as Noble was on the apron after being knocked over the top but climbing on the backs of eliminated wrestlers to avoid touching the floor (4:50); Palumbo by Khali following a chop to the head (4:55); Khali by Tommy Dreamer, WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Hardcore Holly, Henry, & Snitsky (5:15); Holly by Snitsky (5:22); Dreamer by Henry (5:22); Snitsky by Henry following a clothesline from behind (5:54); Henry by Kane (WrestleMania 24 - 3/30/08; Orlando, FL)
- Kane pinned ECW World Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. with the chokeslam to win the title at the 11-second mark after Kane came out of the crowd and up behind Guerrero to begin the contest; Armando Estrada served as the guest ring announcer for the bout (WrestleMania 24 - 3/30/08; Orlando, FL)

Survivor Series 08 (12/23/08)
- Jeff Hardy pinned the Undertaker in an extreme rules match at 15:54 after hitting Taker with a steel chair and following with a legdrop off the top over a ladder set up in the ring; late in the bout, the Big Show came out and hit the chokeslam on Taker but was knocked to the floor moments later after Taker hit Show over the back with a chair as Hardy held onto Show; after the contest, Hardy confronted Vickie Guerrero, with Chavo Guerrero Jr., backstage with Vickie saying Hardy wasn't in the Survivor Series main event yet but he would be if he beat WWE World Champion Triple H in a non-title match later in the show, during which Vladimir Kozlov interrupted and said Triple H's days as champion were coming to an end (11/11/08; Manchester, England)

Edge: A Decade of Decadence (12/23/08)
- Owen Hart pinned Edge at 9:17 with a reverse sunset flip after Edge became distracted by someone who came out of the crowd; after the bout, Edge went into the crowd to follow the unknown man (Christian's surprise TV debut) (Breakdown 98 - 9/27/98; Hamilton, Ontario)
- 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)
- Edge & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy and WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz in a ladder match to win the titles at 22:25 after Edge shoved Matt from a table top, placed across the top of two ladders, through a second table set up in the ring (WrestleMania 2000 - 4/2/00; Anaheim, CA)
- Edge pinned WWF IC Champion Lance Storm to win the title at 11:18 with a DDT; during the bout, footage was shown of several WWF stars, including Christian, watching the match backstage; moments prior to the finish, Christian came into the ring and attempted to spear the champion but hit Edge instead, with Storm then dropping Christian with a superkick; after the match, Christian congratulated his brother on the win and handed him the title belt (Summer Slam 01 - 8/19/01; San Jose, CA)
- WCW US Champion Edge pinned WWF IC Champion Test in a unification match at 11:20 by reversing Test's attempt at a full nelson slam into a forward roll up (Survivor Series 01 - 11/18/01; Greensboro, NC)
- Edge defeated Mr. Perfect via disqualification at 3:53 when Perfect brought a steel chair into the ring; after the bout, Edge dropped Perfect with the spear (2/26/02; Boston, MA)
- Edge pinned Kurt Angle at 15:28 in a hair vs. hair match with an inside cradle after avoiding the ankle lock; after the match, Angle attacked Edge before Edge eventually dropped Angle with the DDT and dragged him to the barber's chair positioned near the entrance stage; moments later, Angle attempted to escape backstage but Edge went after him; Angle eventually jumped Edge from behind backstage, with the brawl then returning to the entrance stage; Angle then grabbed a mic and said he would cut Edge's hair; as the fight continued, Edge avoided an Olympic Slam on the podium and locked on a sleeper; after Angle passed out, Edge positioned Angle in the chair, sheared his head, and then lathered it with shaving cream; Edge then slapped Angle on the back to wake him up and then prompted the crowd into chanting "You're bald" instead of "You suck" (Judgment Day 02 - 5/19/02; Nashville, TN)
- Edge pinned Kurt Angle in a steel cage match at around the 17-minute mark with a spear off the top rope after knocking Angle off the top to the mat; Angle was the first to escape the cage, at 9:45, but Hulk Hogan came ringside and threw Angle back in the cage before the referee - who was unconcious - could stop the match; Hogan remained ringside until the finish of the match (5/28/02; Calgary, Alberta)
- 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)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned Edge at 11:57 with a sunset flip off the top into a powerbomb after ramming Edge's face into an unprotected turnbuckle (Unforgiven 02 - 9/22/02; Los Angeles, CA)
- Edge pinned WWE IC Champion Randy Orton at 26:37 to win the title with the spear after Orton hit an exposed turnbuckle back-first (Vengeance 04 - 7/11/04; Hartford, CT)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Edge in a streetfight at 18:08 with the superkick as Edge attempted the spear (2/28/05; Providence, RI)
- Gold Rush Tournament Finals: Edge pinned Kane (w/ Lita) at 14:22 by hitting him in the face with the briefcase as Kane came off the top, moments after Lita slid the briefcase into the ring for Edge to use; after the bout, Edge and Lita embraced and kissed on the stage as Kane looked on from inside the ring; due to pre-match stipulations, Edge earned a world title shot for the following week (5/16/05; Omaha, NE)
- Edge (w/ Lita) fought Matt Hardy to a no contest in a streetfight at the 19-minute mark when both men were deemed unable to continue (8/29/05; Tampa, FL)
- Edge (w/ Lita) pinned WWE World Champion John Cena to win the title with the spear at 1:46, moments after Cena kicked out of the first spear (New Year's Revolution - 1/8/06; Albany, NY)
- 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; Joey Styles did guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Jim Ross (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)
- 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)
- Adam Copeland pinned Christian Cage with a sit-down powerbomb at 5:00; Edge & Matt Striker provided commentary for the match (11/11/97; Cornwall, Ontario)
- Edge (sub. for Ken Shamrock) pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) to win the title at 4:38 with the spear after Jarrett narrowly avoided knocking Debra off the apron; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel announced Shamrock would not appear due to transportation problems; moments later, Jarrett told referee Earl Hebner to hold his hand up in victory, with Edge then coming out to face Jarrett in Shamrock's place; after the bout, the belt was returned to Jarrett momentarily, because Edge was not his scheduled opponent, but an announcement was made moments later that officials agreed that it was a title match and Edge was the new champion; Edge & Matt Striker provided commentary for the bout (7/24/99; Skydome)
- WWE World Champion Edge (w/ WWE Women's Champion Lita) pinned John Cena at 15:41 after hitting Cena in the back of the head with a pair of brass knuckles, placed on his hand by Lita, behind the referee's back after Cena dropped Lita with the FU as she climbed on Edge as Edge was set up for the FU; pre-match stipulations stated Edge could lose the title on a disqualifcation (Summer Slam 06 - 8/20/06; Boston, MA)
- Money in the Bank Qualifying Match: Edge pinned Rob Van Dam with the spear at 13:31 after RVD kicked an interfering Randy Orton off the ring apron as RVD was perched on the top preparing for the Five Star Frog Splash (2/19/07; Bakersfield, CA)
- Edge pinned Randy Orton with the spear at 16:02 after Orton avoided hitting an exposed turnbuckle (4/30/07; Nashville, TN)
- Edge pinned World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker with the spear at 1:24 to win the title; after the bout, Edge returned to the ring and hit Taker across the face with the Money in the Bank briefcase (5/8/07; Pittsburgh, PA)
- World Heavyweight Champion Edge defeated Batista via count-out at 16:38 when Batista rolled Edge back inside the ring, just before the 10-count, after hitting the sit-down powerbomb on the floor; pre-match stipulations stated if Batista did not win the title he would not receive future title shots from Edge; prior to the bout, a highlight package was shown of former NWA World Champion Harley Race, with Race then being introduced to the crowd; moments later, Batista went out to the floor to shake hands with Race; Batista originally won the match via disqualification at 12:47 when Edge hit a low blow to keep the title but Teddy Long appeared moments later and ordered the match to continue, with the stipulation that if Edge was disqualified a second time he would lose the title; after the bout, Batista again hit the sit-down powerbomb on Edge (Vengeance 07 - 6/24/07; Houston, TX)
- World Heavyweight Champion Edge (w/ Vickie Guerrero) pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 12:36 by hitting the spear as Mysterio attempted a springboard into the ring, moments after hitting both Edge and an interfering Guerrero with the 619; Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins were in the champion's corner early on but were ejected at the 3-minute mark as they attempted to attack Mysterio on the floor; after the bout, Ryder, Hawkins, and Edge tended to Guerrero outside the ring and helped her back into her wheelchair (Royal Rumble 08 - 1/27/08; Madison Square Garden)
- Edge defeated the Undertaker in a TLC match at 23:21 after shoving Taker off the top of the ladder and sending him through several tables set up in the aisle; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant World Heavyweight Title and that Taker would be banned from the WWE if he lost; Curt Hawkins & Zach Ryder interfered on be half of Edge at the 17-minute mark and Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Bam Neely interfered on behalf of Edge at the 21-minute mark; after the contest, Edge, Hawkins, Ryder, Guerrero, & Neely celebrated at the entranceway, with Vickie Guerrero then appearing and hugging the new champion; after they all left ringside, Taker struggled to his feet and walked backstage as the show came to a close (One Night Stand 08 - 6/1/08; San Diego, CA)
- The Undertaker pinned Edge in a Hell in a Cell match at 26:44 with the tombstone after breaking a video camera over him; during the bout, Vickie Guerrero, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Bam Neely, WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Curt Hawkins & Zach Ryder were shown watching backstage; after the match, they were shown cheering Taker's win; moments later, Taker left ringside until he noticed Edge coming to his senses on the big screen; Taker then returned to the ring, hoisted Edge to the top of a ladder, climbed to the top of a second ladder, and told Edge he was going to hell; Taker then hit a chokeslam from the top of the ladder through the ring, with the hole then bursting into flames as the show came to a close (Undertaker's return after a 2-month absence) (Edge's last appearance for 3 months) (Summer Slam 08 - 8/17/08; Indianapolis, IN)

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