DVD RESULTS

2009

Starrcade: The Essential Collection (1/13/09)
- Roddy Piper defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Ted Dibiase) in a non-title match via submission with the sleeper at 15:27 after avoiding a punch, moments after Piper fought off an interfering Giant; prior to the bout, Hogan was escorted to the ring by Elizabeth and Vincent; after the match, Piper fought off Hall & Nash before leaving ringside and celebrating with his son Colt at the entrance stage; moments later, the Giant and Hogan argued in the aisle with Giant blaming Hogan, Hall, and Nash for not watching his back when he watched theirs and Hogan blamed the Giant for "dropping the ball" (Starrcade 96 - 12/29/96; Nashville, TN)
- Sting pinned NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) at 8:41 with a superplex after crotching Muta on the top rope with a dropkick; Sting - 20 points; Muta - 0 points (Starrcade 89 - 12/13/89; Omni)
- WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Barry Windham & Brian Pillman at 20:03 when Douglas pinned Pillman with the belly to belly suplex as Steamboat and Windham fought on the ramp (Starrcade 92 - 12/28/92; Omni)
- Kevin Nash pinned WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg to win the title in a No DQ match at 11:19 with the powerbomb after Goldberg fought off an interfering Disco Inferno and Bam Bam Bigelow before Scott Hall, dressed in an event staff t-shirt, stuck the champion with a stungun (Goldberg's record: 174-1) (Starrcade 98 - 12/27/98; Washington DC)
- Sting won a 2-ring 20-man Battlebowl by last eliminating WCW World Champion Lex Luger (w/ Harley Race) at 25:08; stipulations stated all the participants would begin in ring 1, be thrown into ring 2, and then elimination would come when they were thrown over the top to the floor; only one man would remain in ring 1 to face the one man remaining in ring 2; order of elimination: Richard Morton and WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger when a crossbody by Liger sent both men over the top (9:13); Thomas Rich by Marcus Alexander Bagwell (9:44; not shown on camera); Jimmy Garvin by Firebreaker Chip via a backdrop (11:06); Chip was eliminated (12:55); Luger won ring 1 by eliminating Big Van Vader (13:07); Abdullah the Butcher by WCW Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat via a chop as Abdullah was on the apron (13:08); Todd Champion was eliminated (off camera); Bill Kazmaier was eliminated (13:20); Arn Anderson by WCW Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes (14:54); Rhodes by WCW TV Champion Steve Austin via a backdrop (15:04); Mr. Hughes and Ron Simmons eliminated each other (15:07); Bagwell by Austin (15:20); Vader by Sting & WCW Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat via a double clothesline (15:23); Scott Steiner by WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) (15:25; off camera); Austin by Rude via a clothesline when Steamboat avoided the move (17:12); Rude by Steamboat via a headscissors over the top (17:28); Steamboat by Rude when Rude pulled Steamboat out from the floor (17:32); after Sting won ring 2, Rude slid back in the ring and dropped Sting with the Rude Awakening; Luger by Sting (Starrcade 91 - 12/29/91; Norfolk, VA)
- Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0, at 16:16 to win the title; fall #1: Austin won via disqualification at 13:26 when Rhodes threw the challenger into Parker on the apron and Austin fell out over the top; Parker was helped backstage by security after the fall; during the fall, the overhead lights briefly went out forcing spotlights to be used; fall #2: Austin pinned Rhodes with his feet on the ropes for leverage and grabbing the tights after Rhodes punched at him while standing on the turnbuckle (Starrcade 93 - 12/27/93; Charlotte, NC)
- NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) via reverse decision; the challengers originally won the match and titles at 13:24 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Anderson following the Doomsday Device but referee Tommy Young overruled Earl Hebnerís decision since he saw Animal throw Anderson over the top moments before the pinfall; after the bout, the Road Warriors left ringside with the title belts; Todd Grisham & Road Warrior Animal provided guest commentary for the bout (Starrcade 87 - 11/29/87; Chicago, IL)
- Jushin Liger pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. with a Liger Bomb at 14:16 after avoiding a hurricanrana off the top and hitting a rolling kick; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the match (Starrcade 96 - 12/29/96; Nashville, TN)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Lex Luger at 30:59 with his feet on the ropes for leverage after Luger's knee went out as he attempted the Torture Rack; pre-match stipulations stated Luger would win the title if Flair was disqualified (Starrcade 88 - 12/26/88; Norfolk, VA)
- 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 (Starrcade 95 - 12/27/95; Nashville, TN)
- Sting & Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) via disqualification at 11:16 when Ellering prevented referee Tommy Young from making the count after Sting hit a crossbody off the top onto Road Warrior Animal; after the bout, Sting & Rhodes cleared the ring of the champions (Starrcade 88 - 12/26/88; Norfolk, VA)
- King of Cable Tournament Finals: Sting pinned Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) at 17:39 by catching Vader coming off the top and hitting a powerslam; after the bout, Jesse Ventura presented Sting with the King of Cable trophy (Starrcade 92 - 12/28/92; Omni)
- Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Jack & Jerry Brisco to win the titles at 12:59 when Youngblood pinned Jerry after Steamboat press slammed his partner onto Brisco; Angelo Mosca was the guest referee for the bout; after the bout, the Briscos threw Youngblood to the floor and assaulted Steamboat and Mosca until the new champions eventually cleared the ring (Starrcade 83 - 11/24/83; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair with an inside cradle to win the title at 22:06, despite outside interference from Arn & Ole Anderson; after the match, Rhodes was congratulated in the ring by a number of wrestlers including Superstar Billy Graham; the title was later returned to Flair due to the controversial finish (Starrcade 85 - 11/28/85; Atlanta Omni)
- 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 (Starrcade 97 - 12/28/97; Washington DC)
- NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) in a non-title match at 7:28 when Road Warrior Animal pinned himself when Scott, who sustained Road Warrior Hawk's clothesline off the top and a back suplex into a bridge by Animal, lifted his shoulder at 2; prior to the bout, the four men shook hands; Steiners - 35 points; Road Warriors - 20 points (Starrcade 89 - 12/13/89; Omni)
- Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated Yang & Kaz Hayashi (w/ Leia Meow) and Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias in a ladder match at 13:51 when both men grabbed the contract after Helms threw Noble off a ladder placed across two others to build a bridge; pre-match stipulations stated the sole winner would face WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr. the following night on Monday Nitro; Guerrero provided guest commentary for the bout (Starrcade 00 - 12/17/00; Washington DC)
- Sting pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair at 14:57 with an inside cradle as Flair attempted the figure-4; after the bout, Flair shook Sting's hand and Arn & Ole Anderson appeared, raised Sting's hand, and showed off the Horsemen hand sign; Sting - 40 points; Flair - 25 points (Starrcade 89 - 12/13/89; Omni)
- Roddy Piper defeated NWA US Champion Greg Valentine in a non-title dog collar match at 16:08 after repeatedly hitting Valentine in the face with the chain; during the bout, Gordon Solie referred to the title being on the line though it was not; Solie and Bob Caudle provided commentary for the match; after the bout, Valentine attacked Piper and choked him with the chain (Starrcade 83 - 11/24/83; Greensboro Coliseum)
- The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) in a scaffold match at 7:07 after Condrey and Eaton were kicked off the scaffold; after the bout, Ellering chased Cornette up the scaffold, where Cornette eventually fell off and blew out both knee (Starrcade 86 - 11/27/86; Atlanta Omni)
- Sting defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock to win the title at 12:53; Hogan originally won the match at 11:20 when referee Nick Patrick counted Sting down after Hogan hit the legdrop but Bret Hart prevented Patrick from calling for the bell, with Hart then punching Patrick out and taking over the officiating duties; both Scott Norton and Buff Bagwell attempted to interfere late in the bout but were held off by Sting; after the bout, Lex Luger, the Giant, Alex Wright, Mortis, Wrath, Louie Spicolli, Rick & Scott Steiner, Glacier, Rey Mysterio Jr., Public Enemy, the Ultimo Dragon, Greg Valentine, La Parka, WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page, Teddy Long, Ernest Miller, and several others filed into the ring to celebrate (Starrcade 97 - 12/28/97; Washington DC)
- Ric Flair pinned NWA World Champion Harley Race in a steel cage match to win the title at 23:49 with a flying bodypress off the top; Gene Kiniski was the special referee for the match; after the contest, Flair was congratulated in the ring by a number of individuals including Ricky Steamboat, Angelo Mosca, Jay Youngblood, Johnny Weaver, NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Rufus R. Jones, and Flair's wife Beth; moments thereafter, Beth entered the ring to hug Flair before he took a microphone and thanked all on hand for their support (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (Starrcade 83 - 11/24/83; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Magnum TA defeated NWA US Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Baby Doll) in an I Quit steel cage match to win the title at around the 15-minute mark when the challenger drove a broken piece of wood into the champion's forehead until Blanchard submitted (Starrcade 85 - 11/28/85; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Ric Flair pinned WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) to win the title at 21:08 with a clip to the knee and roll up; pre-match stipulations stated if Flair did not win the title he would have to retire; Flair left ringside immediately after the match but returned moments later to acknowledge the crowd (Starrcade 93 - 12/27/93; Charlotte, NC)

Armageddon 08 (1/13/09)

Legends of Wrestling Collection (1/27/09)

Legends of Wrestling: Ric Flair and Sgt. Slaughter (1/27/09)
- NWA US Champion Sgt. Slaughter pinned Mike Rotundo with a right hand punch at 5:13 as the referee tried to pull Rotundo out of the corner (5/12/82; WTBS Studios)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Sgt. Slaughter in a Texas Death Match at 14:06 with a crossbody after guest referee Tony Garea failed to notice the challenger's foot on the bottom rope during the cover; after the bout, Slaughter attacked Garea until Backlund cleared the ring with a chair (9/24/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Iron Sheik defeated Sgt. Slaughter via disqualification at 8:31 when, after Slaughter hit the Slaughter Cannon, Slaughter took off his boot and repeatedly hit Sheik with the weapon until Sheik was knocked to the floor; prior to the bout, Terry Daniels, carrying the American flag, escorted Slaughter to the ring; after the bout, Kal Rudman attempted to conduct a backstage interview with Sheik until Slaughter jumped the Sheik from behind, with other wrestlers then appearing to break up the fight (4/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Col. DeBeers (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) in a bootcamp match at 5:38 with KO with the Cobra Clutch after hitting the Slaughter Cannon; Lee Marshal & Ray Stevens provided commentary for the match; after the contest, Slaughter fought off an attack from Sheik Adnan Al Kassie but was jumped from behind by the Iron Sheik; moments later, Hector, Mando, & Chavo Guerrero came out to make the save; moments later, Marshal conducted a ringside interview with Slaughter regarding the arrival of the Iron Sheik, with Slaughter then leading the crowd in the Pledge of Alliegance (AWA SuperClash III - 12/13/88; Chicago, IL)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Lex Luger at 30:59 with his feet on the ropes for leverage after Luger's knee went out as he attempted the Torture Rack; pre-match stipulations stated Luger would win the title if Flair was disqualified (NWA Starrcade 88 - 12/26/88; Norfolk, VA)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting (w/ Ole Anderson) defeated Terry Funk & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) in a Thunderdome match at 23:46 after Anderson punched Hart inside the ring, sending Hart's towel up into the air, as Flair had Funk in the figure-4; Bruno Sammartino was the guest referee for the bout; pre-match stipulations stated the match could only end when one of the designated terminators - Anderson and Hart - threw in the towel for their team; prior to the bout, a small fire started at the top of the cage; late in the contest, Flair locked Funk in the figure-4, with Sting then twice hitting a splash off the top before Muta attacked Sammartino, with Sammartino then knocking Muta to the floor (Sammartino's NWA debut) (the first Thunderdome match) (NWA Halloween Havoc 89 - 10/28/89; Philadelphia, PA)
- Ric Flair pinned Curt Hennig (w/ Curly Bill) at around the 9-minute mark with a roll up and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage after David Flair came out and pulled Curly Bill off the apron as Bill added extra leverage to a Hennig pin attempt (10/11/99; Biloxi, MS)

Legends of Wrestling: Jerry Lawler and the Junkyard Dog (1/27/09)
- AWA World Champion Jerry Lawler & Jimmy Valiant fought Kerry Von Erich & WCCW Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes to a double count-out at around the 9:30 mark when Hayes and Valiant began brawling on the floor; Frank Dursek & Ray Stevens provided commentary for the match; after the contest, Lawler and Von Erich began brawling in the ring, with Hayes and Valiant fighting on the floor; Von Erich eventually punched the referee, with Lawler then punching Von Erich down in the corner (1/22/89; Kentucky)
- Jerry Lawler pinned Owen Hart with the piledriver at 6:33 after avoiding a charge in the corner and Hart hit his shoulder on the ringpost; prior to the bout, Lawler grabbed the mic and said he would let Owen out of the match if Owen kissed his feet; Hart responded by spitting on Lawler's boot; after the contest, Lawler took the mic and said he hoped Bret Hart and Stu and Helen Hart watched what he just did; Lawler then stomped Hart on the mat (7/7/93; Salisbury, MD)
- Roddy Piper pinned Jerry Lawler at 12:30 with a back suplex (King of the Ring 94 - 6/19/94; Baltimore, MD)
- Jerry Lawler pinned Bret Hart with a double leg roll up at 5:03 when Hakushi interfered and hit three diving headbutts as referee Earl Hebner was tied upside down in the ropes after becoming distracted by Shinja; prior to the bout, Lawler introduced his mother, who was in fact a 20-something model, and wished her a happy Mothers Day before she took a seat at ringside; moments later during a backstage interview, Bret proved that his "injury" was fake (In Your House #1 - 5/14/95; Syracuse, NY)
- Bret Hart defeated Jerry Lawler with the Sharpshooter at 9:20 in a Kiss My Foot match after outside interference from Hakushi backfired; after the bout, Hart forced Lawler to kiss his feet before having him kiss Lawler's own feet (King of the Ring 95 - 6/25/95; Philadelphia, PA)
- Jerry Lawler pinned Marty Garner with a flying fistdrop and the piledriver at 1:47 (5/28/96; North Charleston, SC)
- Sgt. Slaughter & the Junkyard Dog defeated the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff in a Texas Tornado Match at 11:21 when Sheik submitted to Slaughter's Cobra Clutch after JYD prevented Volkoff from making the save with a steel chair (11/10/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at 6:55; Valentine originally won the match with both feet on the ropes for leverage at 6:00 but Tito Santana came out and told referee Dick Kroll what happened, with Kroll then continuing the match after Valentine had left the ring, with Valentine refusing to get back inside (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- King of the Hill Tournament Finals: The Junkyard Dog defeated Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) via count-out at 9:42 following a backdrop to the floor (Wrestling Classic - 11/7/85; Chicago, IL)
- The Junkyard Dog pinned Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) at around 8:45 after Adonis ran into Hart on the apron, who was holding up the megaphone to use on JYD; after the bout, Adonis attacked JYD with the megaphone (2/15/86; Phoenix, AZ)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 6:00 when Heenan interfered and attacked JYD after the Dog put on Race's crown and robe; moments later, JYD fought off a double team from Race and Heenan, knocking Heenan to the floor and accidentally headbutting referee Danny Davis when Race moved out of the way (12/14/86; Hartford, CT)
- King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan & WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah) pinned the Junkyard Dog at 3:23 with a belly to belly suplex after JYD was distracted by Heenan on the apron; due to prematch stipulations, JYD had to bow before Race - which he did before hitting Race with a chair and stealing the robe and crown (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac Silverdome)

Legends of Wrestling: Heetseekers (1/27/09)
- Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, & Buddy Roberts (w / David Wolff & Cyndi Lauper) defeated Ron Shaw, Rene Goulet, & Charlie Fulton at 5:12 when Gordy pinned Fulton with a powerbomb; the Fabulous Freebirds used Lynard Skynard's "Freebird" as their entrance music for the bout (the Freebirds' debut) (8/4/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Lex Luger & Barry Windham defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) to win the titles at 9:33 when Luger pinned Anderson after throwing him into the corner, with Anderson hitting a steel chair held in the corner by Dillon (NWA Clash of the Champion #1 - 3/27/88; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Bobby Eaton, Stan Lane, & Jim Cornette defeated Randy Rose, Jack Victory (sub. for Dennis Condrey), & Paul E. Dangerously in a loser leaves town match at 15:51 when Lane pinned Rose following the Flapjack; stipulations stated the loser of the fall would have to leave the promotion (NWA Chi-Town Rumble 89 - 2/20/89; Chicago, IL)
- Michael Hayes (w/ Hiro Matsuda) pinned NWA US Champion Lex Luger to win the title at 16:29 when, after both men collided with referee Nick Patrick, Terry Gordy came out, pushed Hayes on top of Luger, and then pushed Luger's foot off the bottom rope during the cover; Teddy Long appeared at ringside briefly during the opening minutes, seemingly to scout both men (NWA Music City Showdown - 5/7/89; Nashville, TN)
- WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Scott Hall; due to pre-match stipulations, Goldberg earned a world title shot later in the show (WCW Monday Nitro - 7/6/98; Georgia Dome)
- Scott Hall defeated Kevin Nash via count-out at 14:18 when Nash walked out of the match after beating Hall to where he couldn't defend himself, twice dropping him with the powerbomb, and then giving him a crotch chop (WCW Halloween Havoc 98 - 10/25/98; Las Vegas, NV)
- Buff Bagwell (w/ Judy Bagwell) pinned Roddy Piper (w/ Ric Flair) in a boxing fight at the 36-second mark of the 3rd round with the Buff Blockbuster after Judy bit Piper's ear and Buff knocked Flair off the apron; boxing referee Mills Lane was the official for the contest (WCW Bash at the Beach 99 - 7/11/99; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

Legends of Wrestling: Hulk Hogan and Bob Backlund (1/27/09)
- Hulk Hogan, AWA Tag Team Champions Jim Brunzell & Greg Gagne defeated Jesse Ventura, Ken Patera, & Bobby Heenan at 14:04 when Hogan pinned Heenan with a bodyslam and the legdrop; Gene Okerlund was the ring announcer for the match; prior to the bout, Heenan's team dedicated the match to the injured Bobby Duncum; after the bout, Hogan, Brunzell, & Gagne fought off their opponents and cleared the ring; Rod Trongard provided commentary for the match (8/9/81; St. Paul, MN)
- Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant defeated AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel, Bobby Duncum, & Bobby Heenan in a handicap match at 17:18 when Hogan pinned Duncum after Andre kicked both Duncum and Patera in the face and slammed Hogan on top of Duncum for the pinfall; Rod Trongard & Marty O'Neil provided commentary for the match; Leo Nomellini was the guest referee for the match; after the bout, Hogan & Andre cleared the ring of their opponents (11/7/82; St. Paul, MN)
- Hulk Hogan pinned King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 6:37 with a clothesline and the legdrop; late in the bout, Race laid Hogan across a table outside the ring and attempted to hit a diving headbutt from the ring apron but Hogan moved out of the way and Race crashed through the table, suffering an injury that would eventually force him into retirement (Saturday Night's Main Event - 3/7/88; Nashville, TN)
- WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund fought Spiros Arion to a double disqualification at 17:49 after Arion's leg knocked referee Dick Whorle to the floor as Backlund lifted the challenger up for the atomic drop, with the two men then brawling until other wrestlers - including Chief Jay Strongbow, Peter Maivia, Stan Stasiak among them - came out to break up the fight; moments later, Whorle was taken backstage on a stretcher; Backlund and Arion then continued to fight until it was again broken up by the other wrestlers; prior to the match, Arnold Skaaland escorted Backlund to the ring (Backlund's Spectrum debut) (3/25/78; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match at 15:10 by avoiding a lunge from the challenger and escaping through the door after Snuka missed a splash off the top of the cage; before the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Snuka and Arnold Skaaland escorted Backlund to the ring; rules for the bout stated the winner could only win by escaping through the door; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (6/28/82; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Buddy Rose via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at 20:24 after reversing an attempt at a back suplex; prior to the bout, Backlund was escorted to the ring by Arnold Skaaland while Rose was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard, Sherri Martel, & ? (8/30/82; Madison Square Garden)

Legends of Wrestling: Roddy Piper and Terry Funk (1/27/09)
- Paul Orndorff fought Roddy Piper to a double count-out at 7:51 after Orndorff attacked Piper on the floor and hit him with the microphone stand; after the bout, Piper attacked Orndorff, knocked down the referee, and left the ring only for Orndorff to attack him on the outside with both men fighting their way backstage (8/3/85; Boston Garden)
- Roddy Piper pinned Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 3:48 with a roll up after a miscommunication with Hart and Orton on the ring apron; Don Muraco was in Orton's corner early in the bout but was sent backstage by security during the match (Saturday Night's Main Event - 11/15/86; Los Angeles, CA)
- Roddy Piper defeated Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) via submission with the sleeper at 6:13 in a Hair vs. Hair match after Brutus Beefcake revived Piper from Adonis' sleeper and Adonis accidentally hit himself in the head with his own clippers; after the match, Piper held Hart down as Beefcake cut Adonis' hair; when Adonis came to, Piper held a mirror in front of him which resulted in Adonis going crazy, hitting the mirror, and chasing Piper until Adonis eventually fell down and was led away by Hart; moments later, a fan came in the ring but was led away by officials; Piper was congratulated by Blackjack Lanza, Pat Patterson, and Arnold Skaaland on the floor as this was deemed his farewell match (Piper's last appearance for 2 years) (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac Silverdome)
- Roddy Piper pinned Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a belly to belly suplex at 3:02 (Saturday Night's Main Event - 9/21/89; Cincinnati, OH)
- Roddy Piper defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 12:55 by knocking Rude out with brass knuckles, which were thrown to Rude by Heenan, and leaving through the door; both men simultaneously hit the floor by escaping over the top at 8:09 but the match was ordered to continue (12/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Roddy Piper defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect via count-out at 12:38 after Piper crotched the champion on the top rope by shaking it as Perfect was about to jump from it; after the bout, both men continued brawling with Piper eventually hitting Perfect in the head with his own title belt (12/28/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Moondog Spot (sub. for the Missing Link) defeated Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at the 25-second mark when Funk rolled Spot into the ring after a brawl on the floor (Wrestling Classic - 11/7/85; Chicago, IL)
- Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned the Junkyard Dog at 5:16 after hitting him in the back of the head with Hart's megaphone after JYD brought Hart into the ring; after the match, Funk attempted to attack JYD with his branding iron but JYD knocked him to the floor and pulled his pants off before knocking Funk off the apron and branding Hart's butt (Saturday Night's Main Event - 10/31/85; Hershey, PA)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk (w/ Gary Hart) in a non-title I Quit Match at 18:33 when Funk submitted to the figure-4; prior to the bout, a pre-taped promo from Flair aired; after the bout, Funk shook Flair's hand as he and Flair had promised to do if they lost; moments later, Hart punched Funk with Flair then going after Hart until NWA TV Champion the Great Muta and the Dragon Master jumped Flair; Sting then appeared to make the save, with Sting applying the Scorpion Deathlock on the Dragon Master as Flair put Muta in the figure-4; NWA US Champion Lex Luger then came out and hit Sting in the back with a steel chair and Muta hit Flair with the same chair moments later; Sting, Flair, and Funk continued to be assaulted for several more minutes before Luger and J-Tex left ringside; Luger, before going backstage, used the chair to destroy the trophies presented to Sting and Flair earlier in the show by Bill Apter of Pro Wrestling Illustrated (Clash of the Champions IX - 11/15/89; Troy, NY)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Terry Funk via disqualification at 12:52 when Funk took the ringside mic and repeatedly hit Steamboat with it; after the bout, NWA US Champion Lex Luger ran out with a steel chair, clearing Funk from the ring; moments later, Luger grabbed a mic and defended accusasions he had recently been to arrogant; he then helped Steamboat to his feet, hit a clothesline, hit Steamboat with the chair, and then put Steamboat in the Torture Rack; Luger then grabbed the mic again and said "There lays your number one contender," referring to Steamboat; Sting then appeared to look after Steamboat (Clash of the Champions VII - Ft. Bragg, NC - 6/14/89)
- Terry Funk fought Tully Blanchard to a double disqualification at 7:22 after Blanchard kicked referee Nick Patrick and Funk attacked Blanchard with his branding iron; Gordon Solie subbed for Tony Schiavone on commentary during the match; during the contest, the crowd chanted "ECW" and "We want blood;" after the match, Funk took "Hat Guy's" straw hat, put it on, and then dropped an elbow on it (WCW Slamboree 94 - 5/22/94; Philadelphia, PA)

Legends of Wrestling: Andre the Giant and the Iron Sheik (1/27/09)
- WWF World Champion the Iron Sheik fought Tito Santana to a double disqualification at 10:54 when both men shoved down the referee after Sheik brought a steel chair into the ring (1/21/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Iron Sheik defeated Bob Backlund via disqualification when WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan attacked Sheik (3/31/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 6:56 when Volkoff pinned Windham after Sheik hit Windham in the back with Blassie's cane; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Blassie and the new champions (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Slick) defeated Dan Spivey & Mike Rotundo at 12:46 when Sheik pinned Spivey after Volkoff hit Spivey with Slick's cane as Spivey attempted a powerslam on Sheik; after the bout, Rotundo eventually cleared Sheik, Volkoff, and Slick from the ring; Freddie Blassie helped accompany Volkoff & Sheik ringside before the bout but went backstage before the match began (8/25/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant
- Andre the Giant & Rocky Johnson defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco & Big John Studd at 17:01 when Johnson pinned Muraco after guest referee Swede Hanson bodyslammed Muraco as he ran the ropes (4/30/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Andre the Giant (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 13:50 when Big John Studd interfered, wearing street clothes, after Andre hit a sit-down splash onto Bundy; following the bout, Andre was double-teamed until he escaped the ring and grabbed a chair, forcing Studd, Bundy, Hart, and Bobby Heenan away from ringside (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) fought Andre the Giant to a double count-out at 9:57 when Savage attacked Andre on the floor after Andre grabbed Elizabeth by her ankle; after the bout, Savage carried Elizabeth backstage as Andre posed with the title belt (9/29/88; Madison Square Garden)

No Mercy 03 / Survivor Series 03 Tagged Classics (2/3/09)

Armageddon 03 / Royal Rumble 04 Tagged Classics (2/3/09)

The Best of Saturday Night's Main Event (2/10/09)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Mr. T) defeated Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Roddy Piper) via disqualification at 6:54 when Piper punched the champion from the floor as Hogan had Orton covered following the legdrop; after the bout, Piper & Orton double teamed Mr. T and cornered Hogan until Paul Orndorff came out and helped scare the heels from the ring; moments later, Orndorff celebrated with Hogan & T and all three posed together in the ring (5/10/85; Long Island, NY)
- Paul Orndorff fought Roddy Piper to a double count-out at 4:01 when - after a crossbody by Orndorff sent both men over the top to the floor - they brawled all the way backstage and into the hallway until Piper escaped into his dressing room and locked the door; prior to the bout, Piper was escorted to the ring by a bagpipe band; Bobby Heenan briefly appeared ringside with a briefcase of money before the bout (10/3/85; East Rutherford, NJ)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ the Junkyard Dog) pinned Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a lariat at 8:30 after Funk argued with referee Dave Hebner, arguing he had Hogan down for 3 after Hart interfered and hit the champion in the midsection with the branding iron as Hogan attempted to suplex Funk into the ring, with Funk falling on top for the cover; after the commercial break, Funk was seen dragging Hart backstage after Hart sustained a headbutt from the JYD; Gene Okerlund conduted an in-ring interview with Hogan & JYD after the contest (12/19/85; Tampa, FL)
- Mr. T defeated Bob Orton (w/ Roddy Piper) via count-out at the 1-minute mark of the 2nd round of a boxing match after fighting off both Orton and Piper and knocking Orton over the top rope with an uppercut; after the bout, Piper attacked Mr. T from behind and began whipping him with his belt (2/15/86; Phoenix, AZ)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Jake Roberts in a snake pit match at 6:19 with a crucifix; after the bout, Roberts attacked Steamboat and repeatedly rammed him into the ringpost and went for Damien but Steamboat scared him out of the ring with the komodo dragon he brought ringside before the contest (9/13/86; Richfield, OH)
WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) fought Jake Roberts to a double disqualification at around the 9:30 mark after both men pushed referee Dave Hebner out of the way; after the contest, Roberts scared Savage from the ring with Damien after Savage tried to get at him with a chair; Roberts was heavily cheered over Savage during the match (11/29/86; Los Angeles, CA)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:42 by exiting over the top after hitting the legdrop on the challenger and sending an interfering Heenan into the cage; both men simultaneously left the cage from opposite sides of the ring earlier in the bout, with referee Joey Marella naming Hogan the winner and referee Danny Davis naming Orndorff the winner; moments later, Orndorff attacked Hogan from behind, with Davis being knocked out and helped backstage; moments later, Marella ruled the decision a tie and ordered the bout to continue (12/14/86; Hartford, CT)
- Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) won a 20-man battle royal at 11:16 by last eliminating Billy Jack Haynes after Haynes grabbed for Heenan on the ring apron; other participants included: WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan), Ron Bass, B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell, Demolition, the Islanders, Billy Jack Haynes, Hillbilly Jim, the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart), Blackjack Mulligan, Paul Orndorff, Lanny Poffo, Butch Reed, Sika, Nikolai Volkoff, & Koko B. Ware; order of elimination: Honky by Hogan via a bodyslam (0:33); Sika by Andre (0:57); Haku by Andre (1:37); Poffo by Andre after a headbutt (1:49); after his elimination, Poffo - who was busted open by Andre and bled profusely - was taken backstage on a stretcher; Bass by Hogan via a backdrop (3:41); Mulligan by Andre via a hiptoss (3:47); Volkoff by Hogan (4:05); Blair by Andre after a series of headbutts (4:24); Orndorff by Hogan via a bodyslam (5:59); Hogan by Andre after a headbutt from behind (6:09); Brunzell by Andre (7:36); Andre by Jim, Haynes, Demolition, Reed, Koko, Tama, & Hercules (8:08); Tama by Hercules (8:17); Ax by Jim (8:21); Jim by Smash & Hercules (8:39); Reed by Koko via a dropkick from behind (9:07); Koko by Hercules (10:03); Smash by Haynes via a clothesline (10:55); after the match, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Andre, and later Heenan, about eliminating Hogan and it having to take eight men to eliminate him (2/21/87; Detroit, MI)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Tito Santana) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: the challengers won via disqualification at 4:34 when Neidhart, the illegal man, joined in double teaming Dynamite and refused to listen to referee Joey Marella's orders to leave the ring; fall #2: Dynamite pinned Neidhart at 9:48 after Smith press slammed his partner onto the champion; the titles remained with the champions because the first fall ended on a disqualification (4/28/87; South Bend, IN)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man via disqualification at around the 13-minute mark when WWF Tag Team Champion Bret Hart broke the cover after Savage hit the flying elbowsmash on the champion; Jimmy Hart was in Honky's corner early in the match but was helped backstage by Honky, Hart, and WWF Tag Team Champion Jim Neidhart after Savage knocked Jimmy to the floor; after taking him backstage, the tag team champions remained in Honky's corner; after the contest, Savage was triple teamed before Bret & Neidhart held Savage so Honky could hit him over the head with the guitar, with Elizabeth then standing in Honky's way before he pushed her to the mat; moments later, Elizabeth returned backstage with Honky then breaking the guitar over Savage's head; as the triple team continued, Elizabeth returned with WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, with Hogan and Savage clearing the ring before facing off; moments later, Savage extended his hand to Hogan with Hogan shaking it; Hogan, Savage, and Elizabeth then celebrated in the ring (9/23/87; Hershey, PA)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Bret Hart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Jim Neidhart) at 12:03 by blocking a bodyslam into the ring and reversing it into an inside cradle; prior to the bout, Brian Bosworth of the Seattle Seahawks was shown taking a front row seat; WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man cut an insert promo before the match in which he said he told Bret to save some of Savage for him; after the contest, Savage cleared Bret, Neidhart, & Hart from ringside with Hart's megaphone; moments later, the referee and Elizabeth helped an injured Savage backstage (11/11/87; Seattle, WA)
- Ricky Steamboat, Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated George Steele, WWF Tag Team Champions Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at around 6:30 when Windham pinned Steele with a roll up from behind after Sheik & Volkoff refused to be tagged by their partner; after the bout, Steele fought off an attack from the tag team champions, scaring them from ringside, until he was consoled by Albano in the ring; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview near the entranceway with Blassie, Sheik & Volkoff about the match, during which Steele & Albano walked by and Steele threw punches at Volkoff before going backstage (5/10/85; Long Island, NY)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned King Kong Bundy (w/ Andre the Giant) at 12:09 with the legdrop after Bundy hit the corner; the referee was helped backstage mid-way through the contest after Bundy hit him with the Avalanche in the corner, meaning to hit Hogan, with Dave Hebner then taking over the remainder of the contest; late in the contest, Hogan sustained two Avalanches and a splash but kicked out at 2; after the bout, Andre appeared as though he was going to fight Hogan but then left the ring, only to return moments later, attack Hogan from behind, and choke him until Hogan passed out; moments later, Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid attempted to make the save but were thrown to the floor by Andre before Andre went back to attacking Hogan; Jake Roberts, the Junkyard Dog, WWF Tag Team Champions Tito Santana & Rick Martel then appeared and tried to pull Andre away, with Jim Duggan then coming out and hitting Andre over the back, distracting him long enough for the other men to pull Hogan to safety; as Hogan was helped backstage, Andre held the title belt in the air inside the ring (12/7/87; Landover, MD)
- Andre the Giant (w/ Ted Dibaise & Virgil) pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at 9:05 to win the title even though Hogan's shoulder came up before the three count; Ted Dibiase paid off Earl Hebner to fill in for his twin brother Dave as the referee for the match; moments later, Gene Okerlund interviewed Andre from the ring apron in which Andre surrendered the title over to Dibiase; after the bout, Dibiase put the championship belt on as Dave Hebner ran into the ring and argued with the other referee, who looked exactly like him; the other referee then knocked Dave to the floor, with Hogan then tossing the other over the top rope and onto Dibiase and Virgil; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Earl Hebner's surprise debut) (2/5/88; Indianapolis, IN)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil & Andre the Giant) defeated Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) via count-out at 11:39 after Andre attacked Savage on the floor after referee Dave Hebner had been knocked out, with Andre throwing Savage into the ringpost and repeatedly chopping him as Elizabeth ran backstage; mid-way through the match, Virgil was ejected for interfering at ringside; after the contest, Virgil returned to the ring and double teamed Savage with Dibiase until Hulk Hogan appeared, with Elizabeth, and cleared the ring with a steel chair; moments later, Hogan helped Savage to his feet (3/7/88; Nashville, TN)
- Hulk Hogan pinned King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 6:37 with a clothesline and the legdrop; late in the bout, Race laid Hogan across a table outside the ring and attempted to hit a diving headbutt from the ring apron but Hogan moved out of the way and Race crashed through the table, suffering an injury that would eventually force him into retirement (3/7/88; Nashville, TN)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) fought Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a double disqualification at 8:51 when Jake Roberts came ringside and scared Heenan into the ring; at around the 5-minute mark, Roberts came ringside with Damien and put the bag underneath the ring before being told to go backstage by the referee; once Heenan eventually found the bag, Andre instructed him to take it to the back, which is what he was attempting to do until Jake returned; after the bout, Savage tossed Heenan into Andre, causing Andre to fall backwards and have his arms entangled in the ring ropes; moments later, Savage threw Heenan to the floor and Jake entered the ring with Damien; Andre was able to free himself from the ropes before Roberts had a chance to assault him with Damien (11/16/88; Sacramento, CA)
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 5:07 with a flying shoulderblock after avoiding a clothesline (12/7/88; Tampa, FL)
- Hulk Hogan & WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated the Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) at 22:00 when Hogan pinned Akeem with the legdrop; moments earlier, Savage left ringside after slapping his partner for leaving the bout to take an injured Elizabeth backstage; after the match, Hogan fought off Bossman and Slick and handcuffed them to each other; during a segment later in the telecast, Savage attacked Hogan backstage before Brutus Beefcake and officials came to his aid (2/3/89; Milwaukee, WI)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated the Big Bossman (w/ Slick) in a steel cage match at 10:01 by stealing Bossman's handcuffs from an interfering Slick and handcuffing Bossman to the top rope, with the champion then escaping over the top just seconds before Slick was able to uncuff Bossman so he could escape out the door; prior to the bout, Slick introduced Zeus who then came ringside and awaited Hogan's entrance; moments later, as Hogan approached the cage, he was beaten down by Zeus before Zeus then left ringside; after the bout, Hogan rammed Bossman into the cage on the floor and did the same to Slick inside the ring before Bossman pulled his manager to safety; Hogan then posed in the ring while wearing Slick's hat (4/25/89; Des Moines, IA)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 7:32, 2-1; fall #1: Jannetty pinned Blanchard with a sunset flip into the ring at 1:50 after Michaels prevented Blanchard from holding onto Anderson from the floor; Bobby Heenan was initially in the corner of Anderson & Blanchard but berated his team inside the ring after the first fall and walked out of the match moments into the second fall; fall #2: Blanchard pinned Michaels at 2:09 after Anderson dropped Michaels throat-first across the top rope behind the referee's back; after the fall, Jesse Ventura conducted a backstage interivew with Heenan, in which Heenan said Anderson & Blanchard were the worst team he'd ever worked with and fired them; fall #3: Michaels pinned Anderson at 3:33 with a crossbody off the top as Anderson attempted a piledriver on Jannetty (Anderson's last TV appearance for more than 12 years) (Blanchard's last TV appearance for more than 18 years) (10/31/89; Topeka, KS)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned the Big Bossman (w/ Slick) at 4:47 with a roll up after Bossman became distracted by Slick arguing with a fan at ringside after Bossman told Slick to grab his nightstick for him; after the bout, Bossman yelled at both Slick and the fan before leaving ringside; moments later, Rhodes waved for the woman to come into the ring with him, with the two hugging and dancing (Sapphire's debut) (10/31/89; Topeka, KS)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Mr. Perfect & the Genius at the 8-minute mark when Hogan pinned the Genius with the legdrop after the Genius sustained Warrior's gorilla press slam; late in the match, Perfect had Hogan pinned with the Perfect Plex but let go to allow the Genius to hit the moonsault, which Hogan blocked by lifting his knees; after the bout, Perfect & the Genius attacked their opponents from behind, with Warrior accidentally dropping Hogan with a clothesline in the ensuing brawl; moments later, Hogan and Warrior had a face-to-face confrontation and shoving match as a result of the miscommunication (1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN)
- Hulk Hogan pinned Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) at 8:03 with a boot to the face and the legdrop after kicking out of the Perfect Plex; after the match, the Genius attempted to attack Hogan from behind, with Hogan bodyslamming him to the floor (Perfect's last appearance with the Genius) (4/23/90; Austin, TX)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart fought Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty to a double disqualification at around 9:30 when WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition, who came ringside mid-way through the contest, interfered and all six men began brawling until they were pulled apart by officials (4/23/90; Austin, TX)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tito Santana at 10:11 by reversing an inside cradle (7/16/90; Omaha, NE)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) won a 20-man battle royal at 12:30 by last eliminating Greg Valentine; order of elimination: Paul Roma by Marty Jannetty via a headscissors (1:23); Jannetty (1:27); Smith by the Warlord (4:27); Tanaka by Jimmy Snuka (4:44); Snuka by Haku via a kick as Snuka was on the ring apron (4:47); Roberts by Earthquake via a blow from behind as Roberts attempted to eliminate Hercules (5:13); after the elimination, Roberts scared Earthquake and the other wrestlers by taking Lucifer out of his bag before leaving ringside; Warlord by Hogan (6:42); Von Erich by the Barbarian via an overhead throw as Von Erich had a sleeper applied (6:55); Duggan by Earthquake (7:08); Earthquake by Hogan (7:18); Hogan & Kato by Tugboat as Hogan attempted to eliminate Kato (7:26; 7:29); Tugboat by Michaels (7:33); Hercules by Bossman (7:37); Bossman by the Barbarian via a backdrop after Perfect dropkicked Bossman from behind (8:28); Michaels by Perfect via a back elbow after Michaels avoided a clothesline on the ring apron (9:43); Barbarian by Valentine after Perfect accidentally dropkicked Barbarian when Valentine moved out of the way (10:57); Valentine by Perfect when both men went over the top as Valentine attempted to eliminate Perfect, with Perfect holding onto the ring rope to avoid elimination; Heenan, Jimmy Hart, and Slick were ringside to cheer on their respective wrestlers (4/15/90; Omaha, NE)
- Bret Hart fought Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) to a double count-out at 9:56 when the two men began brawling in the aisle moments after Roddy Piper - who did guest commentary for the match - left the broadcast booth to chase Sherri backstage with a broom after she repeatedly interfered (4/15/90; Omaha, NE)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Brutus Beefcake) & Sid Justice defeated WWF World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) & the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at around the 11-minute mark when Flair shoved referee Earl Hebner as he and Taker double teamed Hogan; during the final moments of the match, Justice jumped off the apron and walked backstage as Hogan crawled toward the corner for the tag; after the contest, Beefcake got in the ring and faced off with Flair and Taker, risking his reconstructed face, until Hogan cleared the opposition from the ring and posed with Beefcake (1/27/92; Lubbock, TX)
- Shawn Michaels pinned WWF IC Champion Davey Boy Smith to win the title at 10:26 when the champion failed a superplex, with Michaels landing on top for the pin, after hitting his back against an exposed turnbuckle (Smith's last TV appearance for nearly 2 years) (10/27/92; Terre Haute, IN)
- Shane McMahon (w/ Vince McMahon) defeated Shawn Michaels in a streetfight at 16:42 when Vince called for the bell after Shane locked Michaels in the Sharpshooter; late in the bout, Shane accidentally knocked Vince out with the Van Terminator when Michaels moved out of the way and Michaels hit the superkick on Shane moments later but Vince dragged the referee to the floor and knocked him out (3/18/06; Detroit, MI)
- Triple H & Shawn Michaels defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Kenny, Mitch, Mikey, Nicky, & Johnny in a non-title No DQ handicap elimination match at 8:52; Michaels pinned Mitch with the superkick at 1:28; Triple H pinned Johnny with a spinebuster at 4:13; Triple H pinned Mickey with the Pedigree at 7:32; Triple H pinned Nicky at 8:06 after Michaels hit the superkick; Triple H pinned Kenny with the Pedigree after Michaels hit the superkick; per pre-match stipulations, each person eliminated was locked in a cage at ringside; after the bout, Vince McMahon, who came ringside mid-way through the bout, knocked out the referee and stole the key to free the Spirit Squad from the cage; however, before the Squad could get out, Michaels superkicked Vince into the cage and locked the door with he and Triple H then climbing on top of the cage and posing (7/15/06; Dallas, TX)
- John Cena defeated WWE World Champion Edge (w/ Lita) via disqualification at 7:54 when Lita punched referee Mike Chioda on the floor as the champion was caught in Cena's STFU inside the ring; because Edge was caught in a submission hold many believed the title had changed hands when Chioda called for the bell; after the bout, Edge hit the spear on Cena but Cena fought back moments later by hitting the champion with a TV monitor and hitting a FU from the top of the ring steps through the ECW commentary table to close the show (7/15/06; Dallas, TX)

Royal Rumble 2009 (2/24/09)

Summer Slam Anthology Vol. 1 (3/10/09)

Summer Slam Anthology Vol. 2 (3/10/09)

No Way Out 2009 (3/17/09)

Greatest Stars of the 90s (4/14/09)
- Hulk Hogan defeated Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Pefect) via reverse decision at 9:25; Flair had originally won the match via pinfall after hitting Hogan with a pair of brass knuckles, handed to him by Perfect (11/30/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via submission with the Sharpshooter at 26:40 after Michaels missed a dropkick off the top; after the bout, Santa Claus came to the ring to celebrate Hart's victory (Survivor Series 92 - 11/25/92; Richfield, OH)
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 13:10 to win the title following a belly to belly suplex and leg drop after a photographer at ringside shot a fireball into the champion's face; although never revealed on TV, it was Harvey Wippleman in costume who was acting as the photographer (Hogan's last TV appearance in the WWF for nearly 9 years) (King of the Ring 93 - 6/13/93; Dayton, OH)
- Owen Hart pinned Bret Hart by blocking an attempted victory roll at 20:21 (WrestleMania X - 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
- Diesel (w/ Shawn Michaels) pinned WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon to win the title at 5:43 with the powerbomb after Razor hit the corner back-first once Michaels had removed the protective padding from the turnbuckle (4/13/94; Rochester, NY)
- Sting (sub. for Rick Rude) pinned Vader (w/ Harley Race) at 13:54 with a splash off the top after Race accidentally hit a diving headbutt on Vader; during the match, some in the crowd chanted "Sting must die;" stipulations stated the winner would win the vacant WCW International World Title (WCW Slamboree 94 - 5/22/94; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWF World Champion Diesel fought Bret Hart to a draw at 27:26 when Bob Backlund, Shawn Michaels, Jeff Jarrett, the Roadie, and Owen Hart attacked both participants after the two wrestlers and the referee were knocked down; at 15:36, Shawn Michaels interfered and broke the champion's cover on Hart after Diesel hit the powerbomb but referee Earl Hebner ordered for the match to continue; at 22:05, Owen Hart interfered as Bret had Diesel caught in the Sharpshooter, attacked his brother, and threw him sternum-first into an unprotected turnbuckle but once again the referee had the match continue; after the bout, referees and officials - including Jerry Brisco, Rene Goulet, Dave Hebner, and Pat Patterson - ordered the interfering wrestlers backstage but the heels all returned and were knocked to the floor by Diesel; moments later, both men shook hands and embraced out of respect (Royal Rumble 95 - 1/22/95; Tampa, FL)
- Alundra Blayze pinned WWF Women's Champion Bull Nakano at 6:41 to win the title with the German suplex into a bridge after the champion failed a moonsault; during the match, Jim Cornette announced that a match had been signed for the following week pitting Bret Hart, the 1-2-3 Kid, & Bob Holly against Hakushi, Yokozuna, & Owen Hart; after the bout, an unknown female attacked Blayze, breaking her nose; the woman was later revealed to be Bertha Faye; the attack caused Alundra to have plastic surgery done to fix her nose (4/3/95; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- WWF World Champion Diesel & WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith (sub. for WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart) & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) at 15:42 to win the titles when Diesel pinned an interfering Hart with the powerbomb after punching him as he came off the top; Hart appeared ringside during the final moments of the match; stipulations stated all three titles were on the line and that the winner of the fall would earn the loser of the fall's title; Smith was recognized as one half of the tag team champions for this match only, due to Hart's absence (In Your House #3 - 9/24/95; Saginaw, MI)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) with the superkick at 15:57 after avoiding the enziguri; Michaels' world title shot at WrestleMania XII was on the line in this bout (In Your House #6 - 2/18/96; Louisville, KY)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) pinned Vader (w/ Jim Cornette) at 17:21 with a moonsault onto a standing Vader, moments after the challenger missed his own moonsault; Vader originally won the bout via count-out at 8:49 after the challenger gorilla press slammed Michaels onto the ringside barrier but Cornette demanded that the match continue so that Vader could win the title; Michaels agreed; Michaels was then disqualified at 12:48 after repeatedly hitting the challenger with Cornette's tennis raquet, then doing the same to Cornette; Cornette again demanded that the match continue, to which the champion again agreed (Summer Slam 96 - 8/18/96; Cleveland, OH)
- Mankind defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) in a steel cage match at 16:25 by escaping over the top after hitting an elbow from the top of the cage, just before Chyna was able to pull Helmsley out of the ring; prior to the match, footage was shown detailing Helmsley and Mankind's altercations dating back to Canadian Stampede; after the bout, Mankind laid on the arena floor until Dude Love's music began to play, with Mankind then coming to his feet and strutting around ringside (Summer Slam 97 - 8/3/97; Meadowlands)
- Lex Luger defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title via submission with the Torture Rack at around the 11-minute mark after fighting off an interfering Randy Savage and WCW Tag Team Champions Scott Hall & Kevin Nash; late in the bout, Luger kicked out of Hogan's legdrop, prompting the New World Order to come ringside; after the match, Luger was congratulated in the ring by Rick & Scott Steiner, Diamond Dallas Page, Glacier, Ernest Miller, the Giant, Rey Mysterio Jr., Prince Iaukea, Ted Dibiase, Joey Maggs, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Alex Wright, High Voltage, and several others (8/4/97; Auburn Hills, MI)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned the Undertaker at 20:50 following a low blow and Stunner after avoiding the challenger's trademark arm attack off the top rope (Summer Slam 98 - 8/30/98; Madison Square Garden)
- WCW US Champion Bret Hart defeated Sting at 15:03 via KO with the Sharpshooter after Sting hit his head on the ringpost while attempting a Stinger Splash, with Hart then repeatedly hitting Sting with his own baseball bat; after the match, Sting was fitted with a neckbrace and taken backstage on a stretcher (Sting's last appearance for 6 months) (WCW Halloween Havoc 98 - 10/25/98; Las Vegas, NV)
- Triple H pinned the Rock in a No DQ, falls count anywhere, strap match with the Pedigree at 19:21 after the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on an interfering Billy Gunn; both Chyna and Gunn interfered on behalf of Triple H late in the contest (Fully Loaded 99 - 7/25/99; Buffalo, NY)

Tagged Classics: No Way Out 04 & Backlash 04 (5/5/09)

Tagged Classics: Judgment Day 04 & Bad Blood 04 (5/5/09)

WrestleMania 25 (5/19/09)
- WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo Colon defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions John Morrison & Mike Mizanin in a unification lumberjack match when Primo pinned Morrison with the Back Stabber at 8:21 after avoiding a reverse suplex attempt; lumberjacks for the match included: the Great Khali, Cryme Tyme, Jamie Noble, Charlie Haas, Hurricane Helms, Goldust, Jimmy Wang Yang, Evan Bourne, R Truth, William Regal, Paul Burchill, Tommy Dreamer, ECW World Champion Jack Swagger, Dolph Ziggler, The Brian Kendrick, Ezikiel Jackson, Mike Knox, Vladimir Kozlov, Curt Hawkins & Zach Ryder; Todd Grisham & Matt Striker provided commentary for the bout (WrestleMania 25 - 4/5/09; Houston, TX)

WrestleMania 25 Blu-ray (5/19/09)

Backlash 09 (5/26/09)

Macho Madness: The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection (6/9/09)
- Randy Savage pinned Rick McGraw at 12:51 with the flying elbowdrop; after the bout, Savage threw McGraw to the floor (Savage's MSG debut) (6/21/85)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Ricky Steamboat at 11:15 after Savage hit Steamboat in the head with a foreign object while in the middle of a back suplex from the ring apron; after the bout, Steamboat stole the weapon away from Savage and chased him from ringside with it (12/7/85; Boston Garden)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at 9:55 after Savage jumped from the top rope to the floor, hitting Hogan in the head with the world title belt and then waking the referee up so that he could make the count; after the bout, Savage put the title belt around his waist and left ringside with it until Hogan attacked Savage in the aisle, brought him back into the ring, reclaimed his title belt, and beat up Savage until the challenger was able to escape the ring and run backstage (12/30/85; 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)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Bruno Sammartino via count-out at 6:01 after hitting the challenger with a chair on the floor; during the bout, Savage sent Elizabeth backstage; after the contest, Sammartino attacked Savage and trapped him in the bearhug until several referees and wrestlers were able to pull him off the champion (1/3/87; 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 Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac Silverdome)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart & Peggy Sue) via count-out at 8:39 after Savage threw the champion shoulder-first into the ringpost; after the bout, Hart hit Savage in the back of the head with the megaphone but Savage fought off Honky, cleared him from the ring, and destroyed the guitar (The Main Event - 2/5/88; Indianapolis, IN)
- WWF World Championship Tournament Finals: Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Ted Dibiase (w/ Andre the Giant) with the flying elbowsmash to win the title at 9:17 after Hulk Hogan interfered and hit Dibiase in the back with a chair as Savage was caught in the Million $ Dream; late in the bout, after interference from Andre, Elizabeth left ringside and later returned with Hogan; Bob Uecker was the guest ring announcer for the match, Vanna White was the guest timekeeper, and Robin Leach was the presenter for the world championship belt (WrestleMania IV - 3/27/88; Atlantic City, NJ)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) in a steel cage match at 12:20 by escaping over the cage after ramming the challenger's head into that of an interfering Virgil at the top of the cage; moments prior to the finish, a fan climbed onto the cage but was quickly pulled down (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Hulk Hogan & WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) & Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 13:57 when Hogan pinned Dibiase with the legdrop after Savage hit the flying elbowsmash; late in the bout, Elizabeth distracted the opposing team by climbing on the ring apron and taking off her skirt, with Savage then knocking Andre to the floor leading to the finish; Jesse Ventura was the guest referee for the bout (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion Randy Savage to win the title at 17:54 with the legdrop; Miss Elizabeth was in a neutral corner for the match until she was eventually sent backstage late in the contest; Savage hit the flying elbowsmash during the closing moments but Hogan kicked out at 2 (WrestleMania V - 4/2/89; Atlantic City, NJ)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Randy Savage at 11:14 when guest outside referee Buster Douglas (sub. for Mike Tyson) made the fast count following the legdrop; during the match, Douglas sent Sensational Sherri, who was in the challenger's corner, backstage; after the match, Douglas knocked Savage out with a punch (The Main Event III - 2/23/90; Detroit, MI)
- Dusty Rhodes & Sapphire (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri at 7:31 when Sapphire pinned Sherri with a roll up after Elizabeth shoved Sherri as Sherri grabbed at her on the floor; prior to the bout, Rhodes introduced Elizabeth to be in his and Sapphire's corner; after the bout, Rhodes stole Savage's sceptor before dancing in the ring with Sapphire and Elizabeth (Miss Elizabeth's surprise return after a 3-month absence) (the first man-woman tag team match) (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Skydome)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a retirement match at 20:46 with one foot on his chest following three flying shoulder blocks, each of which knocked Savage to the floor; midway through the bout, the Warrior kicked out after sustaining five flying elbowsmashes from Savage and, moments later, Savage kicked out of the press slam / splash combo by the Warrior; prior to the bout, Miss Elizabeth was seen sitting in the audience; after the match, Sherri threw referee Earl Hebner out of the ring, verbally berated Savage, and began kicking him until Elizabeth jumped the rail, ran ringside, and threw Sherri to the floor; moments later, Savage came to his senses and thought Elizabeth was the one who was beating on him only to quickly realize it was Sherri; after a brief pause, with Elizabeth clearly crying, Savage and Elizabeth embraced; on their way out of the ring, Savage held the ropes open for Elizabeth before taking a final bow (Elizabeth's first appearance in 9 months) (WrestleMania VII - 3/24/91; Los Angeles, CA)
- Randy Savage pinned Jake Roberts with the flying elbowsmash; after the match, Roberts hit a number of DDTs on Savage and slapped Miss Elizabeth until President Jack Tunney and other officials swarmed the ring when it looked as though Jake was going to bring a snake into the ring (Savage's TV in-ring return following WrestleMania VII) (Tuesday in Texas - 12/3/91; San Antonio, TX)
- Randy Savage pinned WWF World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) to win the title at 18:01 with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after blocking a punch and hitting the champion; late in the bout, Miss Elizabeth came ringside to support Savage, despite a number of officials - including Shane McMahon - asking her to return backstage; after the bout, a furious Flair kissed Elizabeth before he was slapped by her and attacked by Savage until officials could pull the injured Savage away (WrestleMania VIII - 4/5/92; Indianapolis, IN)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage pinned Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) at 16:58 with a reverse crossbody off the top; Elizabeth escorted Savage to the ring before the match but he sent her backstage mid-way through the contest after Sherri tried to attack her on the floor; Elizabeth returned late in the match to counter Sherri's interference; after the contest, Savage fought off a double team from Michaels and Sherri and cleared them of the ring (Elizabeth's last appearance) (UK Rampage 92 - 4/19/92; Sheffield, England)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage & WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) & Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) at 17:16 when Savage pinned Michaels with a roll up after Michaels collided with Sherri on the ring apron; at the time of the fall, both men were the illegal men in the match (7/20/92; Worcester, MA)
- Randy Savage defeated WWF World Champion Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) via disqualification at around the 13-minute mark when Crush ran out and broke the cover after Savage knocked Cornette off the apron and hit the flying elbowsmash on the champion; Cornette didn't appear ringside until mid-way through the match after Savage punched out Fuji on the floor; after the bout, Crush attacked Savage with Bret Hart then coming out to make the save; moments later, Lex Luger made the save for Hart and Savage and helped in clearing the ring (1/31/94; Bushkill, NY)
- Randy Savage pinned Ric Flair in a lumberjack match at 13:56 with the flying elbowsmash; lumberjacks for the match included: Diamond Dallas Page, WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat, Arn Anderson, Johnny B. Badd, Dick Slater, Bunkhouse Buck, Chris Kanyon, Jim Duggan, the Nasty Boys, and Mark Starr; prior to the bout, several women wearing 'Baywatch' swimsuits came ringside as the match was filmed for an episode of the show; Angelo Poffo was shown on camera during Savage's entrance; after the match, Savage went back up top to hit the move a second time but Flair was pulled out to the floor (WCW Bash at the Beach 95 - 7/16/95; Huntington Beach, FL)
- Randy Savage pinned WCW World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Jimmy Hart) to win the title at 8:35 with the flying elbowsmash after Arn Anderson appeared and accidentally hit the champion with a pair of brass knuckles, with Hulk Hogan then appearing, pulling Anderson off the apron, and fighting with him as Savage scored the pin; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Savage in the aisle in which Hogan interrupted and said if Savage won the title then he wanted the first shot; during the ring entrances, it was announced Elizabeth and Kevin Greene would be in Hogan & Savage's corner the following night at the Clash of the Champions; during the match, it was announced the Road Warriors would return to WCW by also appearing at the Clash; prior to the contest, Savage was escorted to the ring by several women, including Woman, Linda Bollea, Debra McMichael, and others; early in the bout, Flair attempted to dance with Woman at ringside until she slapped him across the face; of the women in Savage's corner, only Woman was referred to by name (1/22/96; Las Vegas, NV)
- Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) pinned Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Kimberly) in a non-sanctioned lights out match at 15:56 with the flying elbowsmash after WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall interfered and dropped DDP with the Outsider's Edge (WCW Great American Bash 97 - 6/15/97; Moline, IL)
- Randy Savage (w/ Gorgeous George, Madusa, & Miss Madness) & Sid Vicious defeated WCW World Champion Kevin Nash & Sting at 13:20 when Savage pinned Nash with the flying elbowsmash after a low blow from George and slam from Vicious; stipulations stated that if Nash was pinned that whomever pinned him would win the title; early in the bout, George went from Savage & Sid's corner to Nash & Sting's but then turned on Nash during the final moments (WCW Bash at the Beach 99 - 7/11/99; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

Judgment Day 09 (6/16/09)

Extreme Rules 09 (7/7/09)

Allied Powers (7/14/09)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 18:31 when Dynamite pinned Bret after after a diving headbutt off the top behind the referee's back as Hart had Smith covered; after the bout, the Harts attacked Dynamite with Jimmy Hart's megaphone (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WCW US & Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated IWGP Tag Team Champions Hiroshi Hase & Kensuke Sasaki to win the titles at 9:50 when Scott pinned Sasaki with the Frankensteiner; only the IWGP titles were at stake in the match; after the bout, the Steiners were presented with trophies celebrating their victory; moments later, both teams shook hands (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (WCW / NJPW Starrcade 91 - 3/21/91; Tokyo Dome)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell in a Best 2 out of 3 falls, 2-1, at 17:49; fall #1: Ax pinned Blair at 8:59 after raising his knees as Blair came off the top; fall #2: Brunzell pinned Smash at 10:39 with a dropkick; fall #3: Smash pinned Brunzell after Ax clotheslined Brunzell using Fuji's cane as he stood on the apron (10/9/87; Houston, TX)
- Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Edge & Christian (w/ Gangrel) at 4:49 when Jeff pinned Edge with the Twist of Fate after Gangrel accidentally sprayed Edge in the face with red fluid; stipulations stated the winners would become the #1 contenders to the tag team titles (King of the Ring 99 - 6/27/99; Greensboro, NC)
- Kerry & Kevin Von Erich defeated Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy via disqualification in a country whipping match at 6:00 when Gordy threw Kevin over the top rope; Buddy Roberts briefly appeared ringside during the match to cheer on Hayes & Gordy; after the bout, Hayes & Gordy continued to assault the Von Erichs until the Von Erichs fought back with the straps and sent them to the floor, with Roberts returning ringside to help pull Hayes out of the ring; both teams' original entrance music was dubbed over for the DVD (11/4/83; Dallas, TX; Sportatorium)
- Jack & Jerry Brisco defeated Terry & Dory Funk Jr. when Jack pinned Dory with a crossbody after Dory tripped over Terry who was kneeling down behind him; Gordon Solie & Dory Funk Jr. provided commentary for the match; only highlights of the match were shown (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
- WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat (w/ Col. Rob Parker & Sister Sherri) defeated Rick & Scott Steiner at 17:53 when Booker pinned Scott after Sherri threw powder in Scott's face and Parker broke his cane over the challenger, moments after Parker accidentally threw powder in Booker's face (WCW Hog Wild - 8/10/96; Sturgis, SD)
- Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers to win the titles at 16:23 when Eaton pinned Fulton after hitting him in the face with a chain after referee Tommy Young was knocked down; pre-match stipulations stated the champions would get to whip Cornette, Eaton & Lane 10 times if they won; Cornette was hung above the ring in a shark cage and wore a straight jacket for the duration of the bout; after the match, Fulton assaulted Eaton with the chain before he and Rogers chased Cornette into the ring and lashed him 10 times (NWA Great American Bash 88 - 7/10/88; Baltimore, MD)
- The Nasty Boys defeated Public Enemy at 7:50 when Brian Knobbs pinned Rocco Rock after hitting him with a piece of broken table after avoiding a Drive By off a prop souvineer stand near the entranceway (WCW SuperBrawl VI - 2/11/96; St. Petersburg, FL)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via disqualification at 13:53 when Anderson pulled the referee out of the ring as Michaels had Blanchard covered following a Rocket Launcher (3/18/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tito Santana at 8:02 to win the titles when Smash pinned Martel after Ax hit Martel over the back of the head with Fuji's cane behind the referee's back as Smash was caught in the Boston Crab (WrestleMania IV - 3/27/88; Atlantic City, NJ)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the titles at 6:56 when Volkoff pinned Windham after Sheik hit Windham in the back with Blassie's cane; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Blassie and the new champions (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WCW Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy in a unification steel cage match at 15:46 when Bubba Ray pinned Jeff after Jeff failed a Swanton from the top of the cage onto D-Von, crashing through a table set up in the ring; Matt had already escaped the cage by going over the top and Jeff had the opportunity to do the same but wanted to hit the Swanton instead; after the bout, Matt, Lita, and several officials helped Jeff out of the cage and onto a stretcher (Survivor Series 01 - 11/18/01; Greensboro, NC)
- Kevin Nash & Scott Hall defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat (w/ Sister Sherri & Col. Rob Parker) to win the titles at 13:07 when Hall pinned Booker T after Nash broke Parker's cane over Booker behind the referee's back after Booker hit the Harlem Hangover on Hall; prior to the bout, Ted Dibiase and Vincent appeared in the crowd, with Dibiase bragging about the nWo's victories earlier in the night and said the same thing would happen in the tag team title match, then introduced the challengers; Nash & Hall were heavily cheered in the match; late in the contest, after Nash took Parker's cane, Parker ran backstage (WCW Halloween Havoc 96 - 10/27/96; Las Vegas, NV)
- Nikita Koloff & Sting fought NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 20:07; the bell rang as Sting had Blanchard caught in the Scorpion Deathlock, making some fans believe there was a title change; after the bout, Sting & Koloff briefly celebrated with the title belts before clearing Anderson & Blanchard from the ring (NWA Great American Bash 88 - 7/10/88; Baltimore, MD)
- Red Bastien & Billy Robinson defeated AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens in a non-title Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Bastien pinned Stevens at 9:18 following an atomic drop; fall #2: Robinson pinned Bockwinkel with a backbreaker at 4:37; it wasn't until after the match that it was noted the titles were not at stake; after the contest, Bastien & Robinson left ringside with the belts (12/72; TV studio)
- John Morrison & Mike Mizanin defeated Shawn Michaels & Rey Mysterio Jr. at 11:26 when Mizanin pinned Michaels after Morrison hit Michaels with a superkick behind the referee's back immediately after Michaels hit Mizanin with the superkick (11/17/08; Atlanta, GA)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau at 14:50 when Bret pinned Jacques with a small package after Davis interfered and reversed the move behind the referee's back; during the bout, Davis briefly joined the commentary team (3/7/87; Boston Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz and Matt & Jeff Hardy in a TLC match at 14:49 after both champions threw a ladder into Matt, who was dangling by the title belts 20 feet in the air; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 00 - 8/27/00; Raleigh, NC)
- Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev to win the titles at around the 34-minute mark when Morton pinned Koloff with a victory roll; David Crockett, Magnum TA, and Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the match; after the contest, Jimmy Valiant, Manny Fernandez, Sam Houston, and several others came out to celebrate with the new champions (Morton & Gibson's debut) (7/9/85; Shelby, NC)
- The Rock & Mankind defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn via disqualification at 16:25 when Al Snow interfered and prevented Rock from getting the pinfall after hitting the Rock Bottom on Gunn; earlier in the bout, Snow interfered and hit Mankind with Head, only to be chased to the entrance by Rock and assaulted; after the contest, Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Road Dogg and the Rock Bottom and People's Elbow on Snow (Armageddon 99 - 12/12/99; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
- Edge & Randy Orton defeated Triple H & Shawn Michaels at 18:09 when Orton pinned Triple H after hitting him in the back with a steel chair, as Triple H attempted the Pedigree on Edge, and then dropping him with the RKO onto the chair; Eric Bischoff was the guest referee for the bout, winning the poll with 60% and beating Jonathan Coachman with 20% and Vince McMahon with 20% (Cyber Sunday 06 - 11/5/06; Cincinnati, OH)
- Eddie & Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas at 15:32 when Eddie pinned Benjamin after hitting him with the air filter from the Guerreros' low rider (12/9/03; San Diego, CA)
- Crockett Cup Tournament Finals: Dusty Rhodes & NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff defeated NWA TV Champion Blanchard & Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) when Rhodes pinned Blanchard at 17:29 with a crossbody off the top as Blanchard attempted a piledriver on Koloff; prior to the bout, Magnum TA was introduced to the crowd and hugged Rhodes & Koloff at ringside; Koloff wore a neckbrace for the match but it was removed by the Horsemen mid-way through the bout; after the bout, Mrs. Jim Crockett Sr. and Jim Crockett Jr. presented Rhodes & Koloff with the Crockett Cup trophy and a check for $1 million (Magnum's first arena appearance following his wreck 6 months earlier) (NWA Crockett Cup 87 - 4/11/87; Baltimore, MD)
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering & Rocco) defeated Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) when Road Warrior Animal pinned Dibiase with a powerslam at 12:00 after Dibiase collided with IRS on the apron (Summer Slam 92 - 8/29/92; Wembley Stadium)

The Bash 09 (7/28/09)

Summer Slam Anthology Vol. 3 (8/4/09)

Summer Slam Anthology Vol. 4 (8/4/09)

Night of Champions 09 (8/25/09)

The Rise and Fall of WCW (8/25/09)
- NWA US Champion Magnum TA fought NWA World Champion Ric Flair to a 10-minute time-limit draw in a non-title match at 10:18; prior to the bout, Magnum interrupted an interview with Flair conducted by Tony Schiavone and put up $1,000 of his own money saying Flair couldn't beat him in whatever TV time was left; Flair accepted the challenge and faced Magnum instead of his scheduled opponent; early in the match, NWA National Tag Team Champions Ole & Arn Anderson joined Schiavone for guest commentary; the match ended as Magnum had Flair in the figure-4; after the contest, Flair attempted to jump Magnum from behind but Magnum fought him off only to be attacked by the Andersons; Dick Slater and Buzz Sawyer then cleared the ring after Magnum had been triple teamed (6/15/85; WTBS Studios)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Sting, NWA Tag Team Champions Lex Luger & Barry Windham at around the 13-minute mark when Blanchard pinned Windham after repeatedly punching Windham in the face with a foreign object thrown in the ring by Dillon; during the match, Dillon cut an insert promo on the match and the suspension of Dusty Rhodes; Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the match (3/31/88; Spartanburg, SC)
- NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Dusty Rhodes at 15:56 with the claw after Ron Garvin interfered and knocked Rhodes out with a punch after referee Tommy Young was knocked down; after the bout, Steve Williams tended to Rhodes in the ring; moments later, footage backstage showed Garvin celebrating with Gary Hart and Dillon; Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the match (Great American Bash 88 - 7/10/88; Baltimore Arena)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Hiro Matsuda) to win the title at 23:07 with an inside cradle as Flair attempted the figure-4, moments after the champion avoided Steamboat's crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, Steamboat came ringside with his wife and baby boy while the champion was escorted by several women; during the bout, the Chicago Bears' Brad Muster and Curt Beckler were shown in attendance; replacement referee Teddy Long made the pinfall after referee Tommy Young had been knocked down, with Young raising Steamboat's hand in victory after recovering; after the contest, Steamboat grabbed the mic and called for his wife and son to return to the ring so he could celebrate with them; Jim Ross & Bob Caudle provided commentary for the match (Flair and Steamboat's first singles match in 5 years) (Chi Town Rumble 89 - 2/20/89; Chicago, IL)
- Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) when Gibson pinned Lane at 23:28 after Morton tackled Eaton as Eaton & Lane attempted a flapjack on Gibson; Morton sustained a torn pec muscle during the match; Jim Ross & Terry Funk provided commentary for the match (Wrestle War 90 - 2/25/90; Greensboro Coliseum)
- NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong at 18:14 when Eaton pinned Armstrong with an inside cradle after Lane kicked Armstrong in the back of the head as he ran the ropes; the champions were heavily cheered in the match; Jim Ross & Bob Caudle provided commentary for the match (Great American Bash 90 - 7/7/90; Baltimore Arena)
- WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Sting & WCW US Champion Lex Luger at 11:10 when Scott pinned Sting after Nikita Koloff interfered as referee Randy Anderson was knocked down on the floor and attempted to hit Luger with the Russian Sickle, a chain wrapped around his arm, but hit Sting instead and busted him open when Sting shoved Luger out of the way; Jim Ross & Dusty Rhodes provided commentary for the match (SuperBrawl - 5/19/91; St. Petersburg, FL)
- Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned WCW World Champion Sting to win the title at 17:17 with the powerbomb after Sting struck his head on the steel ringpost while attempting a Stinger splash in the corner; during the bout, Ron Simmons was shown in the crowd watching the match with Tony Schiavone; Jim Ross provided commentary for the match; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out of the match (Great American Bash 92 - 7/12/92; Albany, GA)
- Sting pinned WCW International World Champion Rick Rude to win the title at 13:07 after an interfering Harley Race accidentally hit Rude in the back with a steel chair as Rude attempted the Rude Awakening on the challenger; prior to the bout, Race interrupted Rude's pre-match promo and issued a challenge to both men that Vader wanted a shot at the winner; Race then attempted to attack Sting from behind but Sting threw Race to the floor, with Rude jumping Sting to start the match; both Race and Vader interfered late in the bout; Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan provided commentary for the match (Spring Stampede 94 - 4/17/94; Chicago, IL)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WCW World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Sensuous Sherri) to win the title at 21:54 with the legdrop, moments after Mr. T sent an interfering Sherri backstage; after the bout, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T and Shaquille O'Neal; Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan provided commentary for the match (Hogan's WCW in-ring debut) (Bash at the Beach 94 - 7/17/94; Orlando, FL)
- The Giant (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WCW World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Elizabeth and Woman) to win the title at 5:49 with the chokeslam after putting a choke on Flair as the challenger was caught in the figure-4; prior to the bout, Flair confronted Debra McMichael who sat ringside for the show; Randy Savage's name plate was still shown on the title belt, with the commentary team saying Flair kept it there as a message to Savage; after the match, Okerlund interviewed the new champion, with Hart, in the ring as Flair was helped backstage, with the Giant saying the belt belonged to him since Halloween Havoc and challenged Hulk Hogan, Sting, and Savage to face him for the title; as the show went off the air, it was announced the previously scheduled match between Sting and the Giant at Slamboree would now be a title match (4/22/96; Albany, GA)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Dean Malenko at around the 12-minute mark with a victory roll; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the bout; Malenko originally won the match and title seconds earlier following a gutbuster off the top but referee Randy Anderson noticed Mysterio's foot on the bottom rope during the cover (Clash of the Champions XXXIII - 8/15/96; Denver, CO)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, & the nWo Sting (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Sting, Lex Luger, WCW US Champion Ric Flair, & Arn Anderson in Wargames at 18:18 when referees Nick Patrick and Randy Anderson called for the bell after Luger became caught in the nWo Sting's Scorpion Deathlock as Hogan had Luger in a choke; order of entry: Hall, Anderson, Nash, Luger, Hogan, Flair, nWo Sting, and Sting; the participants remained backstage until they were officially in the match; upon his entrance, Sting single-handedly laid out the nWo before walking out on his team for them not believing him (Fall Brawl 96 - 9/15/96; Winston-Salem, NC)
- WCW US Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Syxx in a ladder match at 13:48 when, after both men grabbed hold of the belt and unstrapped it, Guerrero hit Syxx with the title, knocking him off the ladder; during his ring entrance, Guerrero was introduced over the PA as "wrestling's jumping bean;" after the match, Guerrero left through the crowd (Souled Out 97 - 1/25/97; Cedar Rapids, IA)
- Dean Malenko pinned WCW US Champion Eddie Guerrero to win the title in a No DQ match at 19:14 when, as Guerrero grabbed for the title belt from an interfering WCW Cruiserweight Champion Syxx, Malenko used Syxx's camcorder and hit Guerrero in the back of the head with it; early in the bout, backstage footage showed WCW Tag Team Champions the Outsiders & Syxx standing over Rick Steiner who appeared to have been knocked out; moments later, Steiner was placed on a stretcher and taken from the arena in an ambulance (Uncensored 97 - 3/16/97; North Charleston, SC)
- Hulk Hogan & Dennis Rodman (w/ the Disciple) defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Karl Malone at 23:45 when Hogan pinned Page after the Disciple interfered and hit the Apocolypse on Page behind the referee's back; during the bout, Malone's wife was shown sitting at ringside; after the contest, Malone hit the Diamond Cutter on both the Disciple and referee Charles Robinson; after the bout, Scott Hall, Scott Steiner, Curt Hennig, and Vincent came out to celebrate with Hogan & Rodman (Bash at the Beach 98 - 7/12/98; San Diego, CA)
- WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Diamond Dallas Page with the Jackhammer at 10:28 after blocking a suplex attempt; after the match, Goldberg helped DDP to his feet and the two men hugged and raised each other's hand (Halloween Havoc 98 - 10/25/98; Las Vegas, NV)
- WCW World Champion Booker T pinned WCW US Champion, WCW Cruiserweight Champion, & WCW Hardcore Champion Lance Storm at 5:25 with the Bookend; Mike Awesome provided guest commentary for the match; following his entrance, Storm cut an in-ring promo saying he was about to become a Canadian national hero and would make Booker T submit; during the contest, a plate of ham sandwiches was put at the broadcast table for Awesome's lady friend Heidi; after the match, Jeff Jarrett attacked Booker and punched out referee Mickey Jay; moments later, Jarrett assaulted Booker with Storm's Canadian flagpole until Storm knocked Jarrett to the floor, with the two fighting ringside until Jarrett accidentally broke his guitar over Heidi's head; Awesome then forced Jarrett into the ring where Booker dropped him with the Bookend (8/7/00; Denver, CO)

Tagged Classics: Great American Bash 04 & Vengeance 04 (9/1/09)

Tagged Classics: Summer Slam 04 & Unforgiven 04 (9/1/09)

The Best of Smackdown: 10th Anniversary (9/15/09)
- The Undertaker pinned Randy Orton at around the 17-minute mark with the tombstone after fighting off an interfering Bob Orton Jr. and avoided Randy's RKO; mid-way in the match, Bob Orton Jr. arrived ringside with a U-Haul, a casket inside; late in the match, the casket was opened to reveal Undertaker's image inside (the match began during the commercial break) (9/12/05; Little Rock, AR)
- 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)
- Chyna (w/ WWF Women's Champion Miss Kitty) fought WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho to a draw at 3:50 when two referees each claimed the other wrestler won following a back suplex by Jericho which saw all four shoulders down for the pinfall; prior to the bout, Chyna claimed the reason she had been saving Jericho from losing the title was because she was recovering from an injury and wanted to take the title from him herself; during Jericho's entrance, he claimed the reason she had been coming ringside during his matches was because she had a crush on him; after the match, several referees came out to break up the fight between Jericho and Chyna, with Stephanie McMahon later ruling both Jericho and Chyna were co-holders of the belt (12/28/99; Richmond, VA)
- Carlito Caribbean Cool pinned WWE US Champion John Cena to win the title at 16:25 after hitting Cena with his own steel chain when the referee took the title belt from Cena after the challenger brought it in the ring (Carlito's TV debut) (10/5/04; Boston, MA)
- WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon) pinned ECW World Champion Tazz in a non-title match at 5:51 after Tommy Dreamer interfered with a chair and accidentally hit Tazz with it while the referee was knocked down; Triple H hit Dreamer with the Pedigree before making the cover (4/18/00; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Chris Jericho in a No DQ match at 10:19 with a roll up after the challenger became distracted by the Undertaker's music playing; mid-way through the match, Triple H came out to provide guest commentary, during which he hinted he had something up his sleeve for Jericho; after the bout, Triple H made the save for Hogan against Jericho (4/30/02; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Batista, Jeff Hardy, Rey Mysterio Jr., & Finlay (w/ Hornswoggle) defeated John Bradshaw Layfield, MVP, Kane, & The Brian Kendrick (w/ Ezikial Jackson) at 20:11 when Hardy pinned MVP with the Swanton after Mysterio hit MVP with the 619 and then a sit-down splash from the apron to the floor onto Kane; during MVP's entrance, Hurricane Helms appeared on screen and cut an insert promo on him (9/30/08; Green Bay, WI)
- Randy Orton pinned Hardcore Holly with an Oklahoma side roll at 2:45; prior to the bout, it was announced Christian would face Mark Henry later in the show (Orton's debut) (4/23/02; Peoria, IL)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated the Rock in a handicap tables match at 7:04 following a 3D through a table; Rock put Bubba Ray through a table with a Rock Bottom at 5:21 but was unable to do the same to D-Von (3/7/00; Boston, MA)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WWE Cruiserweight Champion Matt Hardy at 13:58 to win the title by reversing the Twist of Fate into a double leg pickup and roll over; early in the match, Shannon Moore and Crash Holly were sent backstage by the referee but later returned behind the referee's back, hit a double front suplex on the challenger, and returned backstage; after the bout, Mysterio brought his young son into the ring with him to celebrate; Mysterio's family sat ringside for the event (6/3/03; Anaheim, CA)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam pinned WWF World Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match at 9:49 with a roll up as Austin was distracted by Kurt Angle's pyro and theme music; immediately after the bout, Angle appeared on the stage, proud of his distraction (9/4/01; Toronto, Ontario)
- WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Eddie Guerrero & Tajiri defeated Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas via disqualification at around the 16-minute mark when Guerrero handed Haas one of the title belts behind the back of referee Brian Hebner and then laid down to pretend that Haas used the title as a weapon; moments earlier, Haas had Tajiri caught in the Haas of Pain until Guerrero rang the bell, distracting the referee and leading Haas to believe he had won the match (5/27/03; Pensacola, FL)
- 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)
- WWE World Champion the Undertaker fought Kurt Angle to a draw at 10:22 when Taker pinned Angle at the same time that he tapped out to Angle's triangle choke; following the commercial break, more referees came into the ring as the crowd began to chant "Bullshit;" moments later, referee Mike Sparks ruled Angle as the winner while referee Jimmy Kordaris ruled Taker as the winner; referee for the match, Mike Chioda, then ruled the match a draw; Angle then jumped Taker from behind and put him in the ankle lock until he was pulled away by referees (7/2/02; Boston, MA) - Mankind & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles at 8:30 when Mankind pinned Gunn after Hardcore Holly interfered behind the referee's back and hit Gunn with the title belt after Crash Holly interfered and accidentally hit Mankind with a baseball bat when Gunn moved out of the way; prior to the bout, Mankind cut an in-ring promo on the fact the match would be his and the Rock's last match as a team (10/12/99; Birmingham, AL)
- Kurt Angle pinned John Cena at 5:37 with a double chicken wing into a roll up; prior to the bout, Cena accepted Angle's open challenge for someone whom he had never faced before to wrestle him; after the match, Cena offered to shake Angleís hand in a showing of respect but Angle just laughed and walked away; moments later, Cena was congratulated backstage by Rikishi, Farooq, Billy Kidman, and the Undertaker (Cena's TV debut) (6/25/02; Chicago, IL)
- Zach Gowen & Stephanie McMahon defeated the Big Show in a no holds barred handicap match at 4:46 when Gowen scored the pin with a one-legged moonsault after an interfering Kurt Angle dropped Show with the Angle Slam and WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar followed with the F5; due to pre-match stipulations, Gowen earned a WWE contract; Vince McMahon & Sable sat ringside for the duration of the bout, with Vince interfering early on (7/1/03; Rochester, NY)
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
- WWF World Champion Triple H pinned the Rock at 9:43 with the Pedigree after guest referee Shawn Michaels hit the superkick on the challenger as he attempted the People's Elbow; early in the bout, Michaels ejected Chyna from ringside for hitting a low blow on Rock while on the floor; Shane McMahon came out moments later; after the bout, Triple H, Michaels, Shane, and Chyna embraced in the ring (8/24/09; Kansas City, MO)

Summer Slam 09 (9/22/09)
- Beth Phoenix won a 15-diva battle royal; other participants included: Natalya Neidhart, Layla, Gail Kim, Brie & Nikki Bella, Katie Lea, Eve, Jillian Hall, Maria, WWE Divas Champion Mickie James, Melina, Alicia Fox, Kelly Kelly, and ?; Chavo Guerrero Jr. was the guest referee for the bout; eliminations shown: Rosa by Maria; Jillian by Mickie; Maria & Gail by a Bella; Melina and Mickie were both eliminated when both fell off the apron while fighting each other; Guerrero eliminated both Eve and Kelly as they tried to throw out Phoenix; Michael Cole & Jerry Lawler provided commentary for the match; after the contest, all the babyface divas ganged up on Guerrero, with Hornswoggle appearing moments later and hitting the frog splash as the divas held Guerrero down on the mat; Hornswoggle then danced in the ring with the divas; only highlights of the match were shown on DVD (Summer Slam 09 - 8/23/09; Los Angeles, CA)

Breaking Point 09 (10/13/09)

Batista: I Walk Alone (10/20/09)
- Leviathan (w/ Synn) pinned OVW Heavyweight Champion Doug Basham (w/ Queen Victoria) to win the title with a spear and sit-down powerbomb at 7:54, moments after both Synn and Victoria interfered; stipulations stated the match could only be decided via pinfall or submission; earlier in the bout, the Desciples, Johnny Spade, and Big Bad John interfered (11/28/01; Louisville, KY; Davis Arena)
- Batista (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Kane with a kick to the midsection and the sit-down powerbomb at 6:39 after Kane threw Flair into the ring and began assaulting him (Armageddon 02 - 12/15/02; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Batista (w/ Ric Flair) at 12:21 with the superkick after blocking an attempt at the sit-down powerbomb, then falling on top of Batista for the win; with the way Michaels fell his shoulders were also down during the cover but no issue was made of it (Armageddon 03 - 12/14/03; Orlando, FL)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista defeated the Dudley Boyz in a tables match at 4:21 when Batista put D-Von through the table with a modified spinebuster after the challengers became distracted by an interfering Jonathan Coachman, who did guest commentary for the bout (Royal Rumble 04 - 1/25/04; Philadelphia, PA)
- Batista pinned Chris Jericho at 12:13 with the sit-down powerbomb; referee Earl Hebner didn't notice Jericho's foot on the bottom rope during the cover (Vengeance 04 - 7/11/04; Hartford, CT)
- Batsita won the 30-man Royal Rumble match at 53:54 by last eliminating John Cena; due to pre-match stipulations, Batista earned a world title match at WrestleMania 21 (Royal Rumble 05 - 1/30/05; Fresno, 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)
- 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)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista pinned John Bradshaw Layfield in a no holds barred match at 9:05 with a powerbomb onto the ring steps (Summer Slam 05 - 8/21/05; Washington DC)
- 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)
- Batista pinned World Heavyweight Champion Booker T (w/ Sharmell) to win the title at 13:58 after hitting Booker with the title belt behind the referee's back after Booker attempted to knock the challenger out with the weapon; prior to the bout, Teddy Long came out and said - in addition to the prior stipulation where this would be Batista's last shot at the title - if Booker got himself counted-out or disqualified then he would be stripped of the belt and it would be awarded to Batista (Survivor Series 06 - 11/26/06; Philadelphia, PA)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista defeated Booker T (w/ Sharmell) and Finlay at 20:38 by pinning Finlay with the sit-down powerbomb (11/28/06; Buffalo, NY)
- 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; Ford Field)
- World Heavyweight Champion Edge defeated Batista in a steel cage match at 15:38 by escaping over the cage and hitting the floor just as Batista crawled out the door hands-first; after the bout, Edge escaped through the crowd, leaving the title belt behind (One Night Stand 07 - 6/3/07; Jacksonville, FL)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista pinned the Undertaker at 17:26 with the sit-down powerbomb, moments after the challenger kicked out after sustaining the move, with Batista then hitting it a second time; prior to the match, Grisham announced there had been 13,189,061 votes for the night's matches; as Grisham attempted to announce the guest referee for the match, John Bradshaw Layfield interrupted and cut an in-ring promo, confident the fans had chosen him as the referee; Mick Foley then appeared and had words with JBL; Steve Austin was then announced as the referee (with 79% of the vote), over Foley's 11% and JBL's 10%; as JBL and Foley fought in the ring, Austin appeared and dropped Foley with the Stunner; JBL then attacked Austin in the corner and attempted the Clothesline from Hell but was dropped with the Stunner as well; Michael Cole & Jerry Lawler provided commentary for the match (Cyber Sunday 07 - 10/28/07; Washington DC)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista, Triple H, & Ric Flair vs. WWE World Champion Randy Orton, Edge, & Umaga (12/10/07; Bridgeport, CT)
- Batista pinned John Cena at 13:43 with the sit-down powerbomb after hitting a sit-down powerbomb as Cena came off the top and then kicking him in the face when Cena kicked out of that pin attempt (Summer Slam 08 - 8/17/08; Indianapolis, IN)
- Batista pinned Randy Orton with the sit-down powerbomb at 16:42 after holding onto the ropes to prevent a move by Orton; prior to the bout, Orton was escorted to the ring by Cody Rhodes & Manu but they were ejected from ringside early in the match after attacking Batista on the floor (Armageddon 08 - 12/14/08; Buffalo, NY)

Survivor Series Anthology Vol. 1: 1987-1991 (11/3/09)

Survivor Series Anthology Vol. 2: 1992-1996 (11/3/09)

Hell in a Cell 09 (11/3/09)

Hulk Hogan: The Unreleased Archives (11/17/09)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Harry Valdez via submission at 2:51 with an overhead backbreaker; after the bout, Hogan briefly kept the hold applied; moments later, Vince McMahon conducted a ringside interview with Hogan & Blassie regarding how Hogan will do against the other WWF wrestlers (Hogan's WWF debut) (11/13/79; Allentown, PA)
- Hulk Hogan defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) via count-out at 29:00 when Backlund shoved Hogan back inside the ring from the apron after the two fell out to the floor; at the beginning of the bout, Backlund offered his hand to Hogan to shake, which he did; Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler provided new commentary for the bout (4/12/80; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Steve King & Angelo Gomez in a handicap match at 2:48 by pinning both men after dropping them with backbreakers; following the bout, Vince McMahon conducted a ringside interview with Hogan & Blassie, during which Blassie said the world's leading magazine - which had a circulation of 49 million copies per month - offered Hogan & Blassie a contract to have Hogan as the centerfold; McMahon then clarified whether this would be a nude centerfold and Blassie said it would be; Hogan then cut a promo on the fact he laid out Andre the Giant and was a superhero (9/10/80; Hamburg, PA)
- Andre the Giant pinned Hulk Hogan at 12:18 when Hogan failed a slam attempt and guest referee Gorilla Monsoon made a fast count; prior to the match, Hogan was escorted ringside by Freddie Blassie; Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler provided new commentary for the bout; just before the finish, Hogan successfully slammed Andre (9/22/80; Madison Square Garden)
- Hulk Hogan defeated AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel & Bobby Heenan in a handicap match at 14:41 by pinning Bockwinkel with the boot to the face and legdrop after knocking Heenan to the floor; Rod Trongard provided commentary for the match; Gene Okerlund was the ring announcer for the match; after the contest, Hogan threw Bockwinkel to the floor (5/2/82; Minneapolis, MN)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) at 11:46 after Hogan lifted his boot to block the challenger's flying elbowsmash; after the bout, Savage knocked out the referee and came off the top to the floor with the world title belt, only for Hogan to catch him in mid-air, throw him back inside the ring, and regain possession of the belt (4/26/86; Detroit, MI)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & the Junkyard Dog defeated Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 9:37 when Heenan prevented Hogan's cover on Studd after hitting the legdrop; during the bout, Hogan slammed Studd, thus winning himself $15,000 from Heenan; Gorilla Monsoon & Ken Resnick provided commentary for the match; after the match, Hogan threw Heenan into the corner as Bundy attempted the Avalanche on JYD, with JYD moving out of the way and Bundy accidentally squashing his manager in the corner (5/4/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Kamala (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) with a slam and legdrop at 6:29; Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler provided new commentary for the bout; after the match, Fuji, Kimchee, and Kamala attempted to triple team Hogan but Hogan cleared them from the ring (6/26/87; Houston, TX)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Killer Khan (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 9:39 with the legdrop after blocking Khan's green mist and rubbing the mist into the challenger's eyes; early in the bout, Khan accidentally spat the green mist into the referee's eyes when Hogan moved out of the way, and so a second referee continued the match (9/12/87; Boston Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned the One Man Gang (w/ Slick) at 11:13 with a powerslam and the legdrop; after the bout, Hogan threw Slick over to the top to the floor after punching him out; moments later, Andre the Giant came out and stood in the aisleway (12/5/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) with the legdrop at 11:40 after Rude thought he had won the match with the backbreaker submission hold; after the bout, the champion was attacked and bloodied by Ted Dibiase; Jimmy Hart provided commentary for the bout alongside Gorilla Monsoon (1/9/88; Boston Garden)
- Hulk Hogan & Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Ted Dibiase & Virgil (w/ Andre the Giant) at 10:06 when Bigelow pinned Virgil with a splash after Hogan hit the legdrop on Virgil; after the match, Hogan fought off Dibiase on the floor as Andre attacked Bigelow in the ring; moments later, Hogan & Bigelow cleared the ring with steel chairs (3/13/88; Hamilton, Ontario)
- Hulk Hogan pinned King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 8:50 with the legdrop after ramming Haku head-first into Heenan, who had stolen away Hogan's war bonnet and put it on his own head; after the match, Hogan threw Heenan to the floor (10/16/88; Los Angeles, CA)
- Hulk Hogan pinned the Big Bossman (w/ Slick) at 9:12 with a clothesline and legdrop after Bossman crotched himself on the top rope and Hogan broke free of the handcuffs Bossman put on him minutes earlier; after the match, Hogan cleared Bossman & Slick from the ring (12/17/88; Los Angeles, CA)
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at 12:56 after ramming Hogan into the steel barricade on the floor after Hogan became distracted by Sherri; after the match, Savage and Sherri celebrated in the ring and Savage strapped the title belt around his waist until Hogan cleared him from the ring, reclaiming possession of the belt, and then knocked Sherri to the floor with an atomic drop (6/3/89; Boston Garden)
- Hulk Hogan defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 8:39 when Hart broke the pinfall after Hogan's legdrop; after the bout, Hogan fought off Earthquake before dropping him with a bodyslam (4/30/90; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) at 16:01 with the legdrop after Adnan accidentally threw salt in the challenger's eyes (UK Rampage 91 - 4/24/91; London, England)
- Hulk Hogan defeated Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) via count-out at 10:09 after ramming Flair's head into the ringpost on the floor; after the match, Flair jumped Hogan from behind but Hogan fought him off and sent him to the floor (12/29/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage (w/ Angelo Poffo & the Renegade) defeated Vader & Ric Flair (w/ WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson) at 18:58 when Hogan pinned Flair with the legdrop after Anderson accidentally dropped Flair with a double axe handle off the top when Hogan moved out of the way; during Hogan & Savage's entrance and mid-way through the bout, a large man (Paul Wight) was shown standing near the curtain; after the bout, Flair, Vader, and Anderson attacked Hogan, Savage, and Hart; moments later, Angelo Poffo, who sat ringside for the match, jumped the rail and climbed in the ring; Flair then repeatedly punched Poffo before putting him in the figure-4; Hogan and Renegade eventually cleared Flair and Anderson from the ring and tended to Savage and Poffo; Eric Bischoff & Bobby Heenan provided commentary for the match (Flair's TV in-ring return after a 7-month absence; Wight's TV debut) (WCW Slamboree 95 - 5/21/95; St. Petersburg, FL)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart & Dennis Rodman) defeated Vader in a steel cage match at 13:23 by escaping over the top after knocking Vader off the top rope; during the bout, Hogan briefly put on Vader's helmet; Kevin Sullivan and the Zodiak attempted to interfere at the 11:30 mark but were held back by Rodman wielding a steel chair; after the match, an enraged Ric Flair ran out and berated Vader for losing, with Vader eventually cornering Flair prompting Arn Anderson to come out as well; Vader eventually scared both men from the cage as the show came to a close and then issued a challenge to face both men in the ring; Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan provided commentary for the match (WCW Bash at the Beach 95 - 7/16/95; Huntington Beach, CA)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Randy Savage, his left arm in a sling) fought Sting to a no contest at 9:31 when, as Sting had Hogan in the Scorpion Deathlock after Hogan missed the legdrop, Kevin Sullivan, Meng, Zodiak, Shark, & Hugh Morrus attacked both men and Savage; after the contest, Hogan and Sting fought off the Dungeon of Doom until the Giant, with Jimmy Hart, came ringside; Savage hit the Giant with a steel chair but the Giant dropped Savage with a chokeslam moments later; Hogan & Sting then sent the Giant to the floor with the chair; Eric Bischoff, Bobby Heenan, & Steve McMichael provided commentary for the match (11/20/95; Macon, GA)
- The Giant fought WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Vincent) to a no contest at around the 10-minute mark; prior to the match, Hogan was escorted to the ring by Nate Newton, Ray Donaldson, & George Teague of the Dallas Cowboys; late in the match, the Giant dropped the champion with the chokeslam but referee Nick Patrick refused to count Hogan down for 3, with the Giant then dropping Patrick with the chokeslam; moments later, the Giant fought off Buff Bagwell, Vincent, Michael Wallstreet, and Big Bubba by dropping each of them with chokeslams; Eric Bischoff eventually left the commentary area to hand Hogan a nWo guitar; as the Giant attempted the chokeslam on Syxx, Hogan smashed the guitar over the Giant's back and then smashed a wooden chair over him as well; moments later, Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Syxx, & Ted Dibiase celebrated in the ring as the fans chanted "We want Sting;" the Giant was then spraypainted by Hogan; Bischoff & Dibiase provided commentary for the match (nWo Souled Out 97 - 1/25/97; Cedar Rapids, IA)
- Hulk Hogan fought WCW US Champion Bret Hart to a no contest at around the 10-minute mark; at the 6-minute mark, Sting, Lex Luger, & Konnan came out to tend to Hart, who appeared to have suffered a serious leg injury; after Luger and Konnan forced Bret onto a stretcher and began taking him backstage, Sting took Bret's place and wrestled Hogan; as Luger & Konnan prepared to load Hart into an ambulance backstage, two medics jumped them, soon revealing themselves to be Scott Steiner & Buff Bagwell; Steiner then unhooked Hart and threatened him, with Bret then limping his way back to the ring; as Hart came out, Sting locked Hogan in the Scorpion Deathlock; Hart then dropped Sting with a DDT - revealing his injury was fake - and locked him in the Sharpshooter; Hogan & Hart then assaulted Sting until Konnan & Luger returned to help Sting from ringside; Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay provided commentary for the bout (9/28/98; Rochester, NY)
- WWE World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Ric Flair in a No DQ match at 8:46 with the legdrop after Steve Austin interfered and dropped the challenger with the Stunner as Flair attempted to apply the figure-4; late in the match, X-Pac attacked the champion but Hogan easily fought him off; moments later, the Big Show interfered, with Bradshaw then knocking Hogan to the floor and chasing X-Pac through the crowd; "Real American" was dubbed over as Hogan's entrance music for the DVD instead of "Voodoo Child" (5/13/02; Toronto, Ontario)
- Triple H pinned Hulk Hogan with the Pedigree at 6:43 after kicking out of the legdrop; after the match, Hogan brought Triple H back into the ring to shake his hand and both men posed until they were attacked by Kurt Angle and the Undertaker; stipulations stated the winner would challenge WWE World Champion the Undertaker at the King of the Ring; "Real American" was dubbed over as Hogan's entrance music for the DVD instead of "Voodoo Child" (6/4/02; Oklahoma City, OK)
- WWE Tag Team Champions Hulk Hogan & Edge defeated Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo (w/ Rico) at 6:17 when Hogan pinned Gunn with the boot to the face and legdrop after Edge dropped Palumbo with the spear (7/9/02; Atlantic City, NJ)
- Hulk Hogan defeated Kurt Angle via disqualification at 10:32 when Angle hit Hogan over the back with a steel chair, thinking the referee was knocked out at the time, as Hogan was distracted by Brock Lesnar & Paul Heyman at ringside; stipulations stated that the winner would face Lesnar the following week; after the contest, Angle continued to attack Hogan until Hogan fought him off and dropped him with the boot to the face; as Hogan attempted the legdrop, Lesnar tripped him from the floor and then hit the F5 inside the ring (7/30/02; Charlotte, NC)

The History of the World Heavyweight Championship (12/1/09)
- Buddy Rogers defeated NWA World Champion Pat O'Conner in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match to win the title; fall #1: Rogers pinned O'Conner at around the 7:30 mark with a knee to the face as O'Conner ran into the corner; fall #2: O'Conner pinned Rogers with a roll up off the ropes at 5:17; fall #3: Rogers pinned O'Conner at 6:59 after O'Conner missed a dropkick and landed on the ropes; after the match, Rogers was interviewed in the ring, during which he said it couldn't have happened to a nicer guy (6/30/61; Comiskey Park)
- Dory Funk Jr. defeated NWA World Champion Gene Kiniski via submission to win the title with the spinning toe hold; Gordon Solie provided commentary for the match; the bout was only shown in clips (2/11/69; Tampa, FL)
- Terry Funk pinned NWA World Champion Jack Brisco to win the title with at 28:20 an inside cradle as Brisco attempted the figure-4; Gordon Solie provided commentary for the match; the bout was only shown in clips (12/10/75; Miami, FL)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA World Champion Harley Race to win the title with a series of elbow drops after Race missed a headbutt off the top; Gordon Solie & Rhodes provided commentary for the match; the bout was only shown in clips; after the bout, Jack & Jerry Brisco, Manny Fernandez, Buzz Sawyer, other wrestlers, and fans celebrated with Rhodes in the ring (8/21/79; Tampa, FL)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Magnum TA with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage at 25:10; prior to the match, Larry Nelson conducted seperate interviews with Magnum and Flair about the match; after the bout, Nelson interviewed Flair at ringside in which Flair said Chicago wasn't used to seeing winners (AWA SuperClash - 9/28/85; Comiskey Park)
- Sting (w/ Rick & Scott Steiner, the Junkyard Dog, & Paul Orndorff) pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair in a No DQ match with an inside cradle as Flair attempted the figure-4 to win the title at 16:05; during the contest, Ole Anderson was handcuffed to El Gigante at ringside; late in the match, Arn Anderson, Sid Vicious, & Barry Windham came out as Flair was caught in the Scorpion Death Lock but Rick & Scott Steiner, JYD, and Orndorff scared them backstage (Great American Bash 90 - 7/7/90; Baltimore, MD)
- WCW US Tag Team Champion Scott Steiner (w/ WCW US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner) fought WCW World Champion Ric Flair to a time-limit draw at around the 25-minute mark; prior to the bout, El Gigante and New Japan Pro Wrestling's Hiro Matsuda were introduced to the crowd; moments later, Gigante entered the ring and high fived the Steiners but Flair refused to shake his hand when he offered it; before the match, it was mentioned the winner would meet Tatsumi Fujinami in March at the Tokyo Dome; the bout ended just as Scott covered Flair after hitting a belly to belly suplex (WCW Clash of the Champions XIV - 1/30/91; Gainesville, GA)
- WCW US Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham in a steel cage match with a knee to the back and a piledriver at 12:24, moments after Harley Race & Mr. Hughes appeared ringside and Race spoke to Luger from ringside; due to pre-match stipulations, Luger won the vacant WCW World Title; following the entrances and during the contest the fans frequently chanted "We want Flair" and "Nature Boy;" after the contest, Luger, Race, & Hughes left ringside together (the debut of a new WCW World title belt) (WCW Great American Bash 91 - 7/14/91; Baltimore, MD)
- Ron Simmons (sub. for Sting) pinned WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) to win the title with a powerslam at 9:42 after avoiding the powerbomb; prior to the bout, Bill Watts announced that another wrestler would be drawn at random to fill in for Sting, with Simmons being picked during an in-ring segment; after the bout, Tom Zenk, Dustin Rhodes, Van Hammer, Barry Windham, and Brian Pillman came out to congratulate Simmons; moments later, Dusty Rhodes appeared and hugged the new champion (8/2/92; Baltimore, MD)
- WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Ricky Steamboat in a lumberjack match at 18:37 with a splash after Sid Vicious interfered, as all the other lumberjacks were trying to push Vader back into the ring, and dropped the challenger with the powerbomb; other lumberjacks for the match included Sting, Davey Boy Smith, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, Col. Rob Parker, Harlem Heat, Maxx Payne, Arn Anderson, the Shockmaster, and the Equalizer; the match was advertised as a human cage match rather than a lumberjack match (9/28/93; Center Stage Theatre)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Ric Flair (w/ Sensuous Sherri) in a steel cage match with the legdrop at 19:26; stipulations stated the loser would have to retire; Mr. T was the referee for the contest; prior to the entrances, there were chants of "Hogan sucks;" Michael Buffer was the ring announcer for the match; prior to the match, Hogan and Hart were escorted ringside by Brother Brudi; Nick Bockwinkel sat ringside for the contest, in possession of the title belt; at around the 15-minute mark, Sherri went to climb the cage but Hart pulled off her skirt, with Sherri then attacking Hart; moments later, Sting came out of the crowd and went after Sherri only for the masked man to attack Sting and Hart with a pipe; Sherri later scaled the cage and helped Flair handcuff T; after the match, Hogan hugged Muhammad Ali at ringside; after the match, the masked man returned to the ring, with Hogan fighting him off and unmasking him to be Brudi; Kevin Sullivan then came into the ring, followed by John Tenta, with Tenta and Brudi double teaming Hogan and Tenta hitting the sit-down splash; Sting then ran out to the ring, took out Sullivan at ringside, cleared the ring, and helped Hogan backstage; Tenta wore his WWF Earthquake outfit for the segment (Tenta's surprise debut) (Flair's last appearance for 3 months; Flair's last match for 6 months) (WCW Halloween Havoc 94 - 10/23/94; Detroit, MI)
- Sting pinned Hulk Hogan at 16:33 after Randy Savage interfered and hit Hogan with a foreign object as Sting fought off an interfering Buff Bagwell, Vincent, Konnan, and Brian Adams; Nick Patrick took over referee duties for the match mid-way through after Charles Robinson was knocked out; due to pre-match stipulations, Sting won the vacant WCW World Title; after the match, Sting spraypainted "WCW" on Hogan before JJ Dillon presented Sting with the world title belt (WCW SuperBrawl VIII - 2/22/98; San Francisco, CA)
- WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg pinned WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title with the spear and Jackhammer at 8:11 after Hogan became distracted by Diamond Dallas Page and Karl Malone at ringside, with Malone hitting the Diamond Cutter on Curt Hennig who had come ringside moments earlier (7/6/98; Georgia Dome)
- Booker T pinned WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett at 13:40 after catching Jarrett coming off the top with the guitar and hitting the Book End; late in the match, Jarrett dropped referee Billy Silverman with the Stroke, with a second referee coming in to make the pinfall (WCW Bash at the Beach 00 - 7/9/00; Daytona Beach, FL)
- Chris Jericho pinned WCW World Champion the Rock at 23:47 to win the title with the Breakdown onto a steel chair, thrown in the ring by Stephanie McMahon moments earlier; prior to the finish, the Rock grabbed Stephanie, threw her inside the ring, and hit the Rock Bottom on her, distracting the referee as Jericho hit the Russian legsweep onto the chair; after the bout, Jericho taunted Stephanie, as it was her interference which inadvertantly led to his win; moments thereafter, Rock confronted Jericho with the chair and handed the weapon to him; Jericho then held both the title belt and chair up in celebration (No Mercy 01 - 10/21/01; St. Louis, MO)
- World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Rob Van Dam at 18:19 with the Pedigree after Ric Flair came to the ring as referee Earl Hebner was knocked down on the floor, grabbed the champion's sledgehammer, and struck RVD in the midsection with the weapon; after the bout, Flair raised the champion's hand in victory before the two left ringside together (Unforgiven 02 - 9/22/02; Los Angeles, CA)
- World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Shawn Michaels at 14:08 after Edge interfered and hit the spear on the challenger as the referee was distracted by Batista at ringside; seconds prior to the finish, Michaels hit the superkick on the champion; Michaels worked the match with a torn miniscus, sustained the previous night during Raw; Michaels earned the title shot by getting 39% of the vote, against Chris Benoit's 28% and Edge's 33% (Taboo Tuesday 04 - 10/19/04; Milwaukee, WI)
- World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle pinned the Undertaker at 29:37 with a roll over as the challenger had a triangle choke applied; after the match, Taker helped Angle to his feet, said he wasn't done with him, and then left the ring (No Way Out 06 - 2/19/06; Baltimore, MD)
- World Heavyweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Randy Orton at 21:36 with the springboard legdrop after twice hitting the 619; after the commercial break, Kristal interviewed the champion backstage during which Mysterio brought in his wife, son, and daughter and thanked them for all their support (4/4/06; Peoria, IL)
- Edge defeated World Heavyweight Champion Batista and the Undertaker to win the title in a No DQ match at 13:02 by pinning Batista after twice hitting Taker with a steel chair after Batista sustained the tombstone; Michael Cole & Tazz, subbing for John Bradshaw Layfield, provided commentary for the bout; mid-way through the match, Edge rang the ring bell as Batista was caught in Taker's triangle choke, distracting Taker enough to break the hold; late in the bout, two men dressed as Edge appeared from underneath the ring and aided in distracting Batista and Taker (Armageddon 07 - 12/16/07; Pittsburgh, PA)
- John Cena pinned World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho to win the title at 21:21 with the FU after lifting Jericho off the mat from an inside cradle position; after the bout, Cena hugged his father at ringside and celebrated with friends and family (Survivor Series 08 - 11/23/08; Boston, MA)
- Jeff Hardy defeated World Heavyweight Champion Edge in a ladder match to win the title at 20:06 after the champion became stuck in the rungs of the ladder; after the contest, Hardy celebrated the title win until Jim Ross came into the ring to conduct an interview; moments later, CM Punk came out to cash in his Money in the Bank title shot (Extreme Rules 09 - 6/7/09; New Orleans, LA)

Jeff Hardy: My Life My Rules (12/15/09)
- The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Jeff Hardy via submission with an inverted figure-4 and headlock at 2:57 after avoiding the Poetry in Motion (Hardy's debut) (5/25/94; Erie, PA)
- 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; Matt & Jeff provided alternate commentary for the match (WrestleMania 2000 - 4/2/00; Anaheim, CA)
- Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian in a steel cage match to win the titles at 13:32 after both challengers hit a con-chair-two on Edge as the three men were on the top of the cage, allowing Matt Hardy to climb over the top to the floor; Jeff escaped over the top at 2:01; Christian escaped over the top at 9:28; Lita came out to help the Hardyz at around the 11:30 mark (Unforgiven 00 - 9/24/00; Philadelphia, PA)
- Jeff Hardy pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Mike Awesome with the Swanton to win the title at 5:06 after Edge & Christian ran out with chairs as Awesome attempted to put Hardy through a table and dropped the champion with the Con-Chair-Two (7/10/01; Birmingham, AL)
- Rob Van Dam defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Jeff Hardy in a ladder match to win the title at 16:32 after shoving Hardy off the top, sending the challenger onto the ring ropes (Summer Slam 01 - 8/19/01; San Jose, CA)
- Jeff Hardy pinned Matt Hardy at 12:33 after pushing Matt off the top turnbuckle as he attempted the Twist of Fate off the top, then hitting the Swanton; during the cover, Lita - the guest referee - did not notice Matt's foot on the bottom rope during the first count; Jeff hooked the leg to pull it off the rope (Vengeance 01 - 12/9/01; San Diego, CA)
- Shawn Michaels & Jeff Hardy defeated Chris Jericho & Christian at 7:20 when Hardy pinned Jericho with the Swanton after Michaels superkicked a steel chair into Jerichoís face; Michaels was handcuffed to a ringpost for most of the bout until stealing the key from Jericho (2/17/03; Columbus, OH)
- Jeff Hardy defeated WWE World Champion Edge (w/ WWE Women's Champion Lita) via disqualification in a non-title match at 5:01 when Lita pulled Edge out of the ring after he sustained the Swanton; immediately after the bell rang to end the bout, John Cena jumped Edge from behind, chased him through the crowd, and out of the building; after the commercial break, Cena was shown assaulting Edge at the harbor, throwing him into a tree and choking him with a hose, with brief comebacks from Edge, until Cena threw the champion into the water (Hardy's in-ring return after a 3-year absence) (8/21/06; Bridgeport, CT)
- Jeff Hardy pinned WWE IC Champion Johnny Nitro (w/ Melina) to win the title at 10:37 following a backdrop off the top and the Swanton (10/2/06; Topeka, KS)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch at 15:18 when Matt pinned Murdoch with the Twist of Fate and the Swanton from Jeff behind the referee's back (Backlash 07 - 4/29/07; Atlanta, GA)
- Jeff Hardy defeated William Regal, Santino Marella, and Shelton Benjamin (w/ Charlie Haas) in an elimination match at 11:33; Regal pinned Marella at 2:25 with a knee to the head as Marella had Regal covered with a roll over; Hardy pinned Regal with the Twist of Fate at 9:21; Hardy pinned Benjamin with a roll over; stipulations stated the winner would earn an IC title shot at the Great American Bash (7/16/07; Corpus Christi, TX)
- WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy pinned Shelton Benjamin at 13:04 with the Swanton after shoving Benjamin off the top (9/17/07; Nashville, TN)
- WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy defeated Carlito in a ladder match at around the 12-minute mark after pushing Carlito off the top of the ladder (12/10/07; Bridgeport, CT)
- 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)
- 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)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton pinned WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy at 14:06 by reversing the Twist of Fate into the RKO (Royal Rumble 08 - 1/27/08; Madison Square Garden)
- WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy pinned Shawn Michaels in a non-title match with the Twist of Fate and Swanton at 19:51 (2/11/08; Austin, TX)
- Jeff Hardy pinned Umaga in a falls count anywhere match at 9:06 after knocking Umaga off a production truck outside the arena and then hitting a Swanton from the top of the truck (One Night Stand 08 - 6/1/08; San Diego, CA)
- John Cena pinned Jeff Hardy at 13:44 with the FU after catching Hardy coming off the top with a crossbody, rolling through, and then lifting Hardy up off the mat; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would be the #1 contender to the WWE World Title (6/2/08; Bakersfield, CA)
- WWE World Champion Triple H pinned Jeff Hardy at 17:02 with a crucifix as Hardy had the champion covered following the Twist of Fate and Swanton; after the bout, the two shook hands (No Mercy 08 - 10/5/08; Portland, OR)
- 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 (11/11/08; Manchester, England)
- Jeff Hardy defeated WWE World Champion Edge and Triple H to win the title in a No DQ match at 17:20 by pinning Edge following a Swanton onto both opponents after Triple H dropped the champion with the Pedigree and made the cover; late in the bout, Vladimir Kozlov interfered, with ECW World Champion Matt Hardy then brawling with Kozlov all the way backstage; after the bout, Hardy scaled to the top of the entrance stage set to celebrate (Armageddon 08 - 12/14/08; Buffalo, NY)
- Jeff Hardy pinned Dolph Ziggler in an extreme rules match at 3:02 after twice dropping Ziggler with the Twist of Fate onto a steel chair, repeatedly hitting Ziggler with the chair, and finishing with the Swanton; after the bout, Jeff cut an in-ring promo on Matt Hardy in which he said the match wasn't extreme but what Matt would feel at WrestleMania would be (3/23/09; Kansas City, MO)
- Matt Hardy defeated Jeff Hardy in a stretcher match at 14:04 after hitting Jeff in the head with a steel chair moments after Jeff missed a Swanton off the top and landed on the stretcher; prior to the bout, Todd Grisham described the rules of the match by physically pulling the stretcher up the ramp; after the contest, Matt shoved the stretcher, with Jeff still on it, down the ramp and into the side of the ring (4/7/09; Austin, TX)
- Jeff Hardy pinned World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk to win the title with the Twist of Fate and Swanton at 14:58 (Night of Champions - 7/26/09; Philadelphia, PA)
- World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk defeated Jeff Hardy in a steel cage match at 20:51 after knocking the challenger off the top, hitting the ropes on the way down, and then escaping over the top of the cage; Punk's shoulder was heavily taped for the match; stipulations stated the loser would have to leave WWE; after Punk went backstage; Hardy took the mic, apologized if he let anyone down, thanked the fans, and said he was not saying goodbye forever; Jeff then noted that Matt Hardy was still on Smackdown! and took a final bow before leaving the ring; as he went backstage, Hardy took off his shirt and arm bands and threw them into the crowd; once he reached the top of the stage, Punk came back out and hit Hardy in the head with the title belt, knocking him out (Hardy's last appearance) (8/25/09; Phoenix, AZ)

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