DVD RESULTS

2010

TLC 2009 (1/12/10)

The Best of Raw: 2009 (1/26/10)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ John Bradshaw Layfield) pinned World Heavyweight Champion John Cena in a non-title match at 24:45 with the superkick after avoiding the FU and JBL distracting the champion; after the bout, Michaels immediately went backstage, with JBL then climbing into the ring and standing over Cena's body (1/12/09; Sioux City, IA)
- CM Punk pinned WWE IC Champion William Regal (w/ Layla) in a No DQ match to win the title at 9:57 by avoiding the knee to the head and hitting the Go To Sleep; prior to the bout, it was announced Punk would be part of the Royal Rumble match; after the contest, Punk celebrated in the crowd (1/19/09; Chicago, IL)
- Mickie James (w/ WWE Women's Champion Melina & Kelly Kelly) pinned Santino Marella (w/ Beth Phoenix & Rosa Mendes) at 2:21 with a kick to the back of the head; Marella worked the match with one arm tied behind his back; prior to the bout, Santino cut an in-ring promo saying he demanded to be included in the 25-diva battle royal at WrestleMania after Mickie hit him the previous week and that he would be granted a spot if he could beat Mickie with one arm tied behind his back; mid-way through the bout, Mickie tied Marella's free arm up as well (3/23/09; Kansas City, MO)
- World Heavyweight Champion John Cena, CM Punk, Jeff Hardy, Ricky Steamboat, & WWE IC Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Edge, Chris Jericho, Matt Hardy, Kane, & the Big Show at around the 17-minute mark when Mysterio pinned Jericho with the splash off the top after Steamboat hit the crossbody off the top onto Edge; during the bout, the crowd chanted "You've still got it" at Steamboat; after the bout, his teammates gave Steamboat the spotlight and he celebrated in the ring (Steamboat's Raw in-ring debut) (4/6/09; Houston, TX)
- World Heavyweight Champion John Cena defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification in a non-title match at 16:29 when Edge ran out and shoved Cena off the top as the champion attempted a superplex; both Jericho and Cena received mixed reactions in the match; after the contest, Edge attacked Cena in the ring and dropped him with the spear; moments later, Edge hit a Con-Chair-Two on Cena, cut an in-ring promo on his upcoming last man standing match with Cena at Backlash, and then counted Cena down for 10; after the commercial break, footage was shown of Cena being helped backstage by referees (Jericho's last appearance before moving to Smackdown!) (4/20/09; London, England)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton fought WWE US Champion MVP to a no contest in a non-title match at around the 11:30 mark when Shane McMahon came out of the crowd - after Orton knocked MVP to the floor - assaulted Orton with a kendo stick, and hit an elbow drop off the top; moments later, Shane ran back up through the crowd and taunting Orton after Ted Dibiase Jr. & Cody Rhodes came out with steel chairs (4/27/09; Bridgeport, CT)
- Kofi Kingston pinned WWE US Champion MVP to win the title at 11:22 after reversing the champion's attempt to block a victory roll; prior to the bout, a photo was shown of MVP and Sherry Sepherd recently attending the prom at Shepherd's high school; after the bout, MVP congratulated Kingston and handed him the belt (6/1/09; Birmingham, AL)
- Randy Orton defeated Triple H, the Big Show, and John Cena at 11:15 by pinning Show with the RKO after Show already sustained the Pedigree and FU; stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant WWE World Title (6/15/09; Charlotte, NC)
- Triple H fought WWE World Champion Randy Orton to a draw in a last man standing match at 20:03 when neither man could reach referee Mike Chioda's standing 10 count after the challenger dropped Orton with a Pedigree on the entrance stage, injuring his knee in the process; late in the bout, Triple H hit a stage crew member in the face with a ladder when Orton moved out of the way; after the contest, referees came out to help Triple H backstage, with him briefly breaking free to attack Orton until he was pulled away (6/22/09; Green Bay, WI)
- Gauntlet Match: WWE World Champion Randy Orton pinned Evan Bourne (mystery opponent) at 3:19 in a non-title match with an RKO off the top after crotching Bourne on the top as he attempted the Shooting Star Press (6/29/09; San Jose, CA)
- Gauntlet Match: WWE World Champion Randy Orton defeated Jack Swagger (mystery opponent) via count-out in a non-title match at 1:14 when Swagger stood on the ring apron and allowed himself to be counted-out; after the bout, Swagger took the mic, said he always liked and respected Orton, and then shook his hand before leaving the ring (6/29/09; San Jose, CA)
- Gauntlet Match: Mark Henry (mystery opponent) pinned WWE World Champion Randy Orton in a non-title match at 3:33 with the powerslam; prior to the bout, Henry took the mic and said he also liked and respected Orton and would also leave a good impression on his return to Raw; after the contest, Batista appeared at the entrance stage to celebrate the win (6/29/09; San Jose, CA)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton pinned Ted Dibiase Jr. in a non-title match at 10:47 with the RKO after avoiding Dream Street (6/29/09; San Jose, CA)
- WWE Unified Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho pinned MVP with the Code Breaker at 8:47 after kicking out of an inside cradle (8/31/09; Detroit, MI)
- WWE US Champion Kofi Kingston defeated Jack Swagger, Mike Mizanin, and Carlito by pinning Carlito with the spin kick to the face at 8:28 after Mizanin hit the Skull Crushing Finale on Swagger and Carlito hit the Back Stabber on Mizanin (8/31/09; Detroit, MI)
- Mark Henry defeated WWE Unified Tag Team Champion the Big Show in a bodyslam challenge at 3:19; after the bout, MVP came out to congratulate Henry on the win (9/7/09; Chicago, IL)
- Batista pinned Randy Orton in a no holds barred match at 5:00 with the sit-down powerbomb after WWE World Champion John Cena came out to prevent Orton from leaving ringside (Batista's last match on Raw) (9/14/09; Toronto, Ontario)
- Triple H & Shawn Michaels defeated WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & the Big Show in a non-title match at 18:27 when Triple H pinned Jericho following Michaels' superkick after Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line, prevented Jericho from walking out of the match; after the bout, the Steelers celebrated with DX in the ring as the show came to a close (10/5/09; Wilkes-Barre, PA)
- Triple H pinned John Cena with the Pedigree at 20:17; after the bout, the two men shook hands; moments later, Cena stood alone in the ring and saluted the crowd while WWE World Champion Randy Orton was shown watching on backstage (10/19/09; Jacksonville, FL)
- Kofi Kingston pinned WWE Unified Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho at 13:37 with the spin kick to the face after Jericho argued with the referee, believing he had won the match with the Code Breaker but Kingston's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover; after the contest, as Kingston made his way up the ramp, Randy Orton came out and shoved Kingston off the ramp to the floor (10/26/09; Buffalo, NY)
- Santino Marella pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. with a roll up at 2:50 after Guerrero became distracted by Hornswoggle, dressed in DX gear, on the apron; Marella wore a New York Rangers jersey to the ring but then took it off to reveal a New York Giants jersey underneath, then taking that off to reveal a New York Knicks jersey under that; Marella continued to take off his shirts, revealing jerseys of the New York Jets, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, and finishing with the New York Yankees (11/16/09; Madison Square Garden)
- WWE World Champion John Cena & World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker defeated Triple H & Shawn Michaels and WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & the Big Show in a non-title match at 7:07 when Cena pinned Triple H with the FU after Triple H knocked Taker to the floor; Taker's entrance featured druids appearing with torches, during which the crowd chanted "Undertaker;" immediately after the match, Taker slid back into the ring and dropped Cena with the tombstone before posing with his own belt as Cena lay nearby (11/16/09; Madison Square Garden)
- WWE World Champion John Cena pinned CM Punk in a non-title match at 12:00 with a FU from the middle turnbuckle after Punk missed a running knee in the corner; prior to the match, Punk cut an in-ring promo saying he was thankful he was straight edge because he wouldn't want to be like the fans in attendance; Punk then said they would all be turning to medication after eating too much at Thanksgiving, and then they would eat more; following Cena's entrance, Punk threw his own shirt at the champion (11/23/09; Hershey, PA)
- 2009 Superstar of the Year Tournament Finals: John Cena pinned Randy Orton at 9:01 with the FU after avoiding the kick to the head; after the match, WWE World Champion Sheamus appeared at the entrance stage and held up the title belt as Cena looked on, daring Sheamus to enter the ring as the show came to a close (12/14/09; Corpus Christi, TX)

John Morrison: Rock Star (2/16/10)
- CM Punk pinned ECW World Champion John Morrison to win the title at 16:17 with the Go To Sleep after avoiding a springboard spin kick; pre-match stipulations stated if Punk didn't win the title he would not receive future title shots (Morrison's last appearance for a month) (9/1/07; Cincinnati, OH)
- WWE World Champion Triple H & Shawn Michaels defeated John Morrison & Mike Mizanin at around the 8-minute mark when Triple H pinned Mizanin with the Pedigree after Michaels hit the superkick (11/3/08; Tampa, FL)
- John Morrison pinned Evan Bourne at 17:17 with a Moonlight Drive off the top after kicking Bourne in the head as he attempted the Air Bourne (4/14/09; Knoxville, TN)
- WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho pinned John Morrison in a non-title match with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage at around the 11-minute mark (6/8/09; Layfaette, LA)
- Edge pinned John Morrison at 16:46 with the spear after Morrison landed on his feet while attempting the Starship Pain (6/16/09; Roanoke, VA)
- John Morrison pinned World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk in a non-title match at 16:07 with a roll over into a bridge; prior to the bout, the two men shook hands; after the contest, the two again shook hands before Punk dropped Morrison with the Go To Sleep, with the champion appearing to have second thoughts about it after hitting the move (6/23/09; Milwaukee, WI)
- World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy pinned John Morrison with the Twist of Fate and Swanton at 22:12 after lifting his knees to block Starship Pain (7/28/09; Baltimore, MD)
- John Morrison pinned WWE IC Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. with Starship Pain at 25:20 after avoiding a reverse hurricanrana off the top; during the bout, Dolph Ziggler was shown watching on backstage; after the match, Morrison helped Mysterio to his feet and the two hugged (9/1/09; Cleveland, OH)

Royal Rumble 2010 (3/2/10)

Shawn Michaels: My Journey (3/9/10)
- The One Man Gang pinned Sean Michael at 2:36 with a powerslam and splash; Bill Mercer provided commentary for the match (1/11/85; Sportatorium)
- Buddy Rose & Doug Sommers (w/ Sherri Martel) defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 12:05 when Somers pinned Jannetty after Rose pushed Jannetty off the top behind the referee's back, with Sherri pushing Jannetty's leg off the rope during the cover; Rod Trongard provided commentary for the match; after the match, Michaels & Jannetty assaulted their opponents in and out of the ring (AWA Wrestlerock 86 - 4/20/86; Minneapolis, MN)
- AWA Tag Team Champions Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Nasty Boys at 14:38 when Jannetty pinned Brian Knobbs with a crossbody off the top after Knobbs fought with Michaels on the floor; Rod Trongard & Lee Marshall provided commentary for the match (3/5/88; Las Vegas, NV)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via disqualification at 22:25 when Anderson pulled the referee out of the ring as Michaels had Blanchard covered following a splash off the top (3/18/89; Boston Garden)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart fought Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:39 when Neidhart and Jannetty, the illegal men, began shoving each other in the ring; after the bout, the two teams continued brawling until several officials as well as Hercules, Tito Santana, and Paul Roma came in to break them apart (11/25/89; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) at 13:31 with a roll up after the challenger collided with Sherri on the ring apron; Michaels provided alternate commentary for the match with Michael Cole (6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Psycho Sid) pinned Davey Boy Smith at 17:43 with the superkick moments after Sid rammed Smith into the ringpost on the floor behind the referee's back (2/20/95; Macon, GA)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Psycho Sid (w/ Ted Dibiase) at around the 8-minute mark after hitting three consecutive superkicks (8/28/95; Canton, OH)
- Shawn Michaels pinned the 1-2-3 Kid (w/ Ted Dibiase) with the superkick at around the 12:30 mark after avoiding a legdrop off the top; during the bout, WWF World Champion Bret Hart was shown watching the match backstage, during which he said he wouldn't fall for the same tricks against Michaels at WrestleMania that Michaels was using against the Kid and that he and Michaels were friends and he didn't want to see him get hurt before their match; after the bout, Michaels danced with a young girl in the ring (2/19/96; Cincinnati, OH)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Mankind with the superkick at 11:00 after Rick Rude hit Mankind in the head with a steel chair behind referee Earl Hebner's back; prior to the bout, Mankind brought a trash can to the ring with him, with the two briefly using the trash can and trash bag as a weapon; during the match, Jim Ross noted ECW's Hardcore Heaven 97 would air the coming weekend on pay-per-view; Hunter Hearst Helmsley & Chyna appeared ringside at the 4-minute mark; Rude appeared ringside in the last minute of the bout (Rude's surprise return after a 7-year absence) (8/11/97; Biloxi, MS)
- Shawn Michaels defeated WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith to win the title at 22:53 when the referee stopped the match as the challenger had a figure-4 applied, with an illegal assist from Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Rick Rude, and Chyna; several minutes prior to the finish, the Bulldog injured his ankle while attempting the powerslam outside the ring and suffered the superkick and Pedigree on the floor; after the match, Bret and Owen Hart made the save for the Bulldog and Diana Smith against Michaels, Helmsley, Rude, and Chyna; the Bulldog's wife, mother, and sister - who was being treated for cancer at the time - all sat ringside for the bout (One Night Only - 9/20/97; Birmingham, England)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ WWF European Champion Triple H & Chyna) defeated the Undertaker in a casket match at 20:35; late in the bout, the challenger hit a jumping tombstone to put Michaels in the casket but the referee was immediately knocked out by Triple H, allowing the New Age Outlaws and Los Boricuas to come out, only for Kane to make an appearance and clear the ring of the interfering parties; after clearing the ring, Kane attacked the Undertaker and chokeslammed him into the casket, which was immeidately closed by Michaels; moments thereafter, Paul Bearer came ringside and the now locked casket was brought to the entranceway where Kane smashed at it with an axe and eventually set it ablaze to end the broadcast (Royal Rumble 98 - 1/18/98; San Jose, CA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Chris Jericho at 20:33 with a leg backslide; after the bout, the two men embraced out of respect before Jericho kicked Michaels in the groin, gave the finger to the crowd, and left ringside (WrestleMania XIX - 3/30/03; Seattle, WA)
- Ric Flair pinned Shawn Michaels at 14:20 when Randy Orton, who Michaels fought off earlier in the bout, hit Michaels over the head with a steel chair immediately after Michaels dropped Flair with the superkick (Bad Blood 03 - 6/15/03; Houston, TX)
- Kurt Angle defeated Shawn Michaels via submission with the ankle lock into the heel hook at 27:27 after Michaels had been in the hold for 2 full minutes; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania 21 - 4/3/05; Los Angeles, CA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Triple H in a bootcamp match at 13:35 with the superkick after a catapult sent Triple H face-first into the corner (12/9/05; Bagram, Afghanistan)
- WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Randy Orton, Shawn Michaels, and Edge in a No DQ, No Count-Out match at 19:22 when Cena pinned Orton when, after Orton sustained Edge's spear and Edge sustained Cena's FU, Michaels hit Cena with the superkick knocking Cena on top of Orton for the win; after the bout, Michaels briefly confronted Cena in the ring (Backlash 07 - 4/29/07; Atlanta, GA)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton pinned Shawn Michaels at 17:49 with the RKO after Michaels stopped himself from hitting the superkick; pre-match stipulations stated Michaels would be disqualified for using the superkick and would not get a rematch and that Orton would lose the title if he himself was disqualified; during the bout, Michaels used the Sharpshooter, Crippler Crossface, and ankle lock / heel hook in an attempt to make Orton submit; after the bout, Orton climbed back in the ring, positioned Michaels in the corner, slapped him, and tried to get him to say he was the best; when Orton turned around to grab his title belt, Michaels dropped him with the superkick (Survivor Series 07 - 11/18/07; Miami, FL)
- Shawn Michaels defeated Chris Jericho in an unsanctioned match at 26:53 when the referee stopped the match after Michaels repeatedly jabbed Jericho in the face with his belt buckle; mid-way through the bout, Lance Cade interfered on behalf of Jericho but Michaels knocked him out minutes later; after the bout, Michaels again stabbed Jericho with the weapon and then superkicked the referee when he told Michaels to stop; moments later, several referees came out to tend to Jericho and the referee as Michaels got down on his knees (Unforgiven 08 - 9/7/08; Cleveland, OH)
- The Undertaker pinned Shawn Michaels at 30:43 with the tombstone after catching Michaels attempting a moonsault off the top; prior to the bout, Michaels was lowered from the rafters while Taker rose from underneath the entrance stage; during the contest, Taker landed awkwardly on his head after hitting a dive to the floor, with Michaels pulling a cameraman (Sim Snuka) in front of him to take the blow; after the bout, a graphic appeared on the entrance screen which read "17-0" (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (WrestleMania 25 - 4/5/09; Reliant Stadium)

Elimination Chamber 2010 (3/23/10)

Hart and Soul: The Hart Family Anthology (4/6/10)
- Bret, Bruce, & Keith Hart defeated the Dynamite Kid & the Kiwis via disqualification when Sweet William and Dynamite attacked Keith as Keith has Nick Carter covered following a piledriver; after the commercial break, Ed Whalen conducted an in-ring interview with the Harts about the match, during which Keith said he wanted Carter the following week (joined in progress) (5/79)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart at 13:44 when Smith rolled up Neidhart from behind; both were the illegal men in the ring but the dazed referee failed to notice; after the bout, Hart continued to attack Dynamite and hit a piledriver before Smith cleared the ring (11/1/86; Boston Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF IC Champion Bret Hart to win the title by blocking a sunset flip attempt at 25:11; prior to the bout, Smith was escorted to the ring by Lennox Lewis; after the match, Hart initially refused to shake Smith's hand before the two eventually hugged; moments later, Diana Hart Smith celebrated in the ring with Hart and Smith as the show went off the air; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 92 - 8/29/92; Wembley Stadium)
- Bret, Owen, Bruce, & Keith Hart (w/ Stu Hart) defeated Shawn Michaels, the Black, Blue, & Red Knight (Barry Horowitz, Greg Valentine, & Jeff Gaylord) in an elimination match at 30:56; Terry Funk was set to be one of the Knights but no-showed; Owen pinned the Black Knight with a missile dropkick at 10:49 after Bruce Irish whipped Keith into the Black Knight; Bret defeated the Red Knight via submission with the Sharpshooter after an inverted atomic drop at 18:10; Owen defeated the Blue Knight via submission with the Sharpshooter after a bulldog at 23:46; Michaels pinned Owen with a roll up at 27:16 after Owen collided with Bret on the apron, knocking Bret into the ring barrier; after the fall, Owen became visibly upset with Bret for having him be pinned before then leaving ringside; Michaels was counted-out after he walked out of the match; much of the Hart family was shown sitting ringside for the bout; prior to the bout, guest ring announcer Ray Combs - of The Family Feud - introduced several members of the Hart Family sitting ringside for the show before making jokes at Michaels' expense; Combs provided guest commentary for the match as well; after the match, Owen returned ringside, seemingly to celebrate the win, but began shoving Bret until the other brothers intervened (Survivor Series 93 - 11/24/93; Boston Garden)
- Bret & Owen Hart fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a double count-out at 24:55 when, after Bret and Rick were knocked to the floor, Scott and Owen came off the top onto their opponents on the floor; after the bout, the fight was broken up by referees until Scott grabbed a mic and said the Steiners came here to beat the Harts and challenged them to get back in the ring; the brawl continued until referees, alongside Pat Patterson, Tony Garea, and Rene Goulet, intervened; the Steiners then went to leave until Bret grabbed the mic and challenged the Steiners to get back in the ring; moments later, after the fight was again broken up, the four men shook hands and hugged out of respect (1/11/94; Florence, SC)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) defeated Bret & Owen Hart at 16:48 when the referee had the match stopped due to Bret's knee injury; Bret had the Sharpshooter applied on Pierre but could not keep it on due to the amount of pain he was suffering; prior to the bout, both challengers gave away their trademark sunglasses; after the match, Owen confronted Bret over not tagging him when he had the chance and kicked Bret in his injured leg; after Owen left ringside, referees, Tony Garea, Rene Goulet, Dave Hebner, Pat Patterson, and others tended to Bret in the ring; Ray Rougeau appeared moments later and attempted to get an interview with officials in the ring but they wouldn't speak to him; Bret was then put on a stretcher as Todd Pettingill conducted a backstage interview with Owen regarding his actions, with Owen saying Bret was selfish; Bret was then taken backstage as Owen's interview aired on the big screen, during which Owen said he would win the Royal Rumble (Royal Rumble 94 - 1/22/94; Providence, RI)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart in a steel cage match at 32:08 when, as both men were hanging on the outside of the cage, the champion rammed Owen's head into the cage and Owen was hung upside down with his legs caught in-between the steel bars; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon & Jerry Lawler interviewed many of the Hart family members sitting at ringside, including Stu & Helen Hart, Bruce Hart, Davey Boy Smith, and Jim Neidhart; immediately after the match, Neidhart jumped over the steel railing and clotheslined Smith from behind, sending both Smith and Diana Hart-Smith over the barrier; as officials checked on both, Neidhart locked himself inside the cage and helped Owen in double teaming the champion, with Neidhart knocking down the various brothers as they tried to get inside until Smith was able to climb his way into the cage; moments later, referees, Smith, and the Hart brothers checked on Bret as Todd Pettingill interviewed Owen and Neidhart backstage (Smith's return after a 2 year absence) (Summer Slam 94 - 8/29/94; Chicago, IL)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart (11/7/94; Bushkill, PA)
- WWF European Title Tournament Finals: WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart with a roll over out of a victory roll at 22:43 to win the title (2/26/97; Berlin, Germany)
- Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith, Jim Neidhart, & Brian Pillman defeated Steve Austin, Goldust, Ken Shamrock, & the Legion of Doom at 24:30 when Owen pinned Austin with a roll up as Austin was distracted by several of the Hart brothers at ringside; Owen was taken out of the match early on after Austin attacked his knee with a chair; Austin was taken out of the bout moments later after a ring post figure-4 by Bret; both men returned towards the end of the contest; after the match, Austin was handcuffed and led from ringside while the entire Hart Family celebrated inside the ring (In Your House: Canadian Stampede - 7/6/97; Calgary, Alberta)
- Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker, WWF Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Dude Love in a flag match when Bret captured his team's flag after Brian Pillman prevented the Undertaker from grabbing the American flag (7/21/97; Halifax, Nova Scotia)
- WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Shawn Michaels & Triple H defeated David Hart Smith & Tyson Kidd (w/ Natalya Neidhart) at 15:38 when Triple H pinned Smith with the Pedigree after Michaels landed the superkick from the ring apron; after the contest, Hornswoggle appeared from under the ring and gave the champions Santa hats before all three celebrated in the ring (12/20/09; Orlando, FL)

WrestleMania 26 (5/4/10)

WrestleMania 26 Collector's Edition (5/4/10)
- Yoshi Tatsu won a 26-man battle royal at 8:31 by last eliminating Zack Ryder; other participants included: Cryme Tyme, David Hart Smith & Tyson Kidd, Finlay, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Mark Henry, Goldust, Santino Marella, Primo Colon, Jimmy Wang Yang, Slam Master J, the Great Khali, Caylen Croft & Trent Baretta, Tyler Reks, Chris Masters, Sho Funaki, Vance Archer, Mike Knox, Carlito, Vladimir Kozlov, William Regal, and Luke Gallows; eliminations: Primo by Archer (0:09); Slam Master J by Knox (0:16); Croft & Barretta by Henry via a double clothesline (0:57); Guerrero by Henry via a press slam onto Croft & Barretta on the floor (1:08); Henry by Khali following a chop to the head (1:15); Khali by Gallows, Ryder, Tatsu, Masters, Archer, Carlito, Know, Shad, JTG, & Funaki (1:25); Gallows by Shad & JTG following a double clothesline (1:44); JTG by Shad (1:52); Masters by Archer via a boot to the face as Masters had the full nelson on Reks (4:05); Smith & Kidd by Kozlov (4:33); Kozlov by Knox following a clothesline from behind (4:37); Funaki by Knox (4:49); Goldust by Knox after Knox pulled down the top rope (4:51); Shad by Regal when Regal pulled down the top rope (5:02); Regal by Finlay (5:08); Reks by Ryder & Archer (5:14); Santino by Finlay after Santino hit the Cobra on Archer and Ryder (6:12); Yang by Archer via a boot to the face as Yang was on the apron (6:41); Archer by Tatsu following a dropkick to the back (6:46); moments later, Hornswoggle came out from under the ring and distracted Knox so Finlay could hit him with the shillelagh; Hornswoggle followed by hitting the frog splash; Carlito by Finlay via a clothesline (7:53); Finlay and Knox by Ryder as Finlay attempted to eliminate Knox (8:11); moments later, Ryder cleared Hornswoggle from the ring; Ryder by Tatsu; prior to the bout, Daniel Bryan, Darren Young, Skip Sheffield, Wade Barrett, Justin Gabriel, David Otunga, Heath Slater, and Michael Tarver appeared at the entrance stage to watch the bout; Michael Cole, Matt Striker, & Jerry Lawler provided commentary for the match (WrestleMania 26 - 3/28/10; University of Phoenix Stadium)
- Mad Dog Vachon pinned Rick McGraw at 7:24 with a piledriver (10/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper) pinned WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) to win the title at 11:20 after lifting her right shoulder out of a bridged roll up; David Wolfe did guest commentary for the bout; after the bout, Moolah & Albano attacked the referee after hearing the decision (7/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Antonio Inoki pinned Hussein Arab at 14:59 with the enzuiguri; the match was announced as being for Inoki's Japanese Heavyweight Title but the belt Inoki actually held at the time was the NWF title; following the ring entrances, Arab took the mic and cut a promo on the fans; after the match, Arab knocked the referee out with his loaded boot (12/17/79; Madison Square Garden)
- Gorgeous George pinned Frankie Talliber following two flying headlocks; Jack Dempsey was the guest referee for the bout (1951)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Jake Roberts via count-out at 11:53 as Roberts was distracted by Virgil on the floor; after the match, Virgil returned backstage with the Million $ belt while Roberts hit the DDT on Dibiase and passed his money to fans around ringside; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Roberts regarding the match; stipulations stated the winner would earn the Million $ Belt; Jesse Ventura's original commentary was edited out (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Skydome)

WWE's Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2009-2010 (5/18/10)
- Christian pinned ECW World Champion Jack Swagger to win the title with the Killswitch at 11:01 after Swagger hit his head on an unprotected turnbuckle after Swagger was caught by the referee taking the pad off the opposite turnbuckle (Backlash 09 - 4/26/09; Providence, RI)
- Edge defeated World Heavyweight Champion John Cena in a last man standing match to win the title at 28:25 after the Big Show interfered, as Cena had Edge hoisted for an FU on the stage, and threw Cena into a nearby spotlight, causing an explosion; after the bout, referees, officials, Cryme Tyme, and ECW World Champion Christian tended to Cena, with Cena being fitted with a neckbrace and put on a stretcher (Backlash 09 - 4/26/09; Providence, RI)
- World Heavyweight Champion Edge pinned Jeff Hardy with a DDT off the top at 19:55; late in the bout, Matt Hardy, in the crowd, struck the challenger with his hand cast behind the referee's back (Judgment Day 09 - 5/17/09; Chicago, IL)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho to win the title at 15:42 with the 619 and springboard splash after Jericho removed Mysterio's mask, revealing that the challenger was wearing a second one underneath; stipulations stated Mysterio would have to unmask if he lost (Great American Bash 09 - 6/28/09; Sacramento, CA)
- WWE US Champion Kofi Kingston defeated MVP, Jack Swagger, Mike Mizanin, Carlito, and Primo Colon (sub. for WWE Unified Tag Team Champion the Big Show) at 7:36 by pinning Carlito with the spin kick to the back of the head after Carlito dropped Primo with the Back Stabber (Night of Champions 09 - 7/26/09; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton defeated John Cena and Triple H in a No DQ match at 22:22 by pinning Cena with the RKO as Cena attempted to drop an interfering Cody Rhodes with the FU; during the final moments of the bout, Orton was caught in a crossface by Cena and a Sharpshooter by Triple H and submitted but the match continued since two men had a submission hold applied; moments later, Rhodes & Ted Dibiase Jr. interfered on behalf of the champion (Night of Champions 09 - 7/26/09; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWE IC Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Dolph Ziggler at 12:27 by reversing a gutbuster off the top into a hurricanrana; during the bout, there were dueling chants of "619" and "Let's go Ziggler" (Summer Slam 09 - 8/23/09; Los Angeles, CA)
- CM Punk defeated World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy in a TLC match to win the title at 21:35 after knocking Hardy off the top of the ladder; late in the match, Hardy hit a Swanton off the top of a ladder through the ECW announce table, with EMTs then putting Hardy on a backboard; moments later, Hardy pushed them away and continued the match; after the contest, Punk held the title up above Hardy's body until the lights flickered and then went out; when they came back on, the Undertaker was lying in Hardy's spot, with Taker then rising up and dropping Punk with a chokeslam (Taker's surprise return after a 5-month absence) (Summer Slam 09 - 8/23/09; Los Angeles, CA)
- John Cena defeated WWE World Champion Randy Orton to win the title in an I Quit match at 19:47 as Cena had the STFU applied using a pair of handcuffs Orton brought into the match several minutes earlier; after the bout, Cena grabbed the mic and yelled "I did not quit!" (Breaking Point 09 - 9/13/09; Montreal, Quebec)
- Triple H & Shawn Michaels defeated Cody Rhodes & Ted Dibiase Jr. in a Hell in a Cell match at 18:03 when Michaels pinned Rhodes after Michaels hit the superkick at the same time Triple H hit Rhodes with a sledgehammer; prior to the match, Rhodes & Dibiase jumped their opponents from behind in the aisle, with the two teams fighting for several minutes around ringside and into the crowd; eventually Rhodes used a chain from the cell to assault his opponents, Triple H sustained a double DDT and Crossroads on the entrance stage, Michaels had the cage door twice slammed on his knee, and was locked in alone with the other team; Triple H didn't enter the cage until the 14-minute mark after using bolt cutters; moments later, Triple H dropped Dibiase with a Pedigree on the floor and then locked him out of the cage; after the bout, Michaels dropped Dibiase with the superkick before DX posed over the bodies of their opponents (Hell in a Cell 09 - 10/4/09; Newark, NJ)
- WWE Unified Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho, Kane, Matt Hardy, R-Truth, Finlay, David Hart Smith, & Tyson Kidd (Smackdown!) defeated Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Kofi Kingston, Cody Rhodes, WWE Unified Tag Team Champion the Big Show, Mark Henry, & Jack Swagger (Raw) at 15:36 when Jericho pinned Kingston after Show dropped Kingston with a chokeslam off the top and then knocked Triple H out with a punch; immediately after the match, Show went backstage as Team Smackdown! celebrated in the ring with the Bragging Rights trophy (Bragging Rights 09 - 10/25/09; Pittsburgh, PA)
- WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin, Jack Swagger, Sheamus, Drew McIntyre, & Dolph Ziggler defeated WWE IC Champion John Morrison, Evan Bourne, Matt Hardy, Finlay, & Shelton Benjamin in an elimination match at 20:54; Bourne pinned Ziggler with the Shooting Star Press (3:58); McIntyre pinned Bourne with the double arm DDT (4:12); Sheamus pinned Finlay with the boot to the face (5:13); Morrison pinned Swagger with Starship Pain (12:08); moments earlier, referee Scott Armstrong accidentally suffered an injury at the hands of Sheamus and was replaced by another referee; Mizanin pinned Benjamin with the Skull Crushing Finale after Sheamus hit Benjamin behind the referee's back (14:59); McIntyre pinned Hardy with the double arm DDT after Hardy failed a moonsault off the top (17:12); Sheamus pinned Morrison with a kick to the knee as Morrison attempted the Flying Chuck and followed with a crucifix powerbomb (Survivor Series 09 - 11/22/09; Washington DC)
- ECW World Champion Christian defeated Shelton Benjamin in a ladder match at 18:07 after hitting a splash off the top through a ladder, with Benjamin lying on it, positioned across the apron and commentary table; at the 5-minute mark, the champion was tended to at ringside by a trainer after sustaining a cut near his eye (TLC 09 - 12/13/09; AT&T Center)
- Mickie James pinned WWE Women's Champion Michelle McCool (w/ Layla dressed as "Piggy James") with the DDT to win the title at the 22-second mark; prior to the match, McCool cut an in-ring promo saying she couldn't find Mickie, with "Piggy James" then appearing to answer McCool's comments; moments later, Mickie appeared and jumped Layla on the floor; after the bout, Kelly Kelly, Brie & Nikki Bella, Maria, Eve, and Gail Kim came out with a cake, helped Mickie put McCool and Layla's faces into the cake, and celebrated Mickie's title win (Royal Rumble 2010 - 1/31/10; Atlanta, GA)
- The Undertaker pinned Shawn Michaels in a No DQ, no count-out match at 24:01 with a jumping tombstone, moments after Michaels kicked out of the tombstone, struggled to his feet, gave Taker his own thumb across the throat signal, and slapped Taker across the face; prior to the match, Taker came up through the entrance stage and wore a hood rather than his traditional hat; following both men's entrance, Michaels gave Taker his own thumb across the throat signal; mid-way through the match, Michaels was tended to on the floor by a trainer after sustaining a tombstone on the floor; after the bout, a graphic appeared on the entrance stage which read "18-0;" stipulations stated Michaels would have to retire if he lost; moments later, Taker pulled Michaels to his feet as the crowd chanted "Thank you, Shawn;" the two then shook hands and hugged before Taker left the ring; the crowd chanted "HBK" and "Thank you" as Michaels looked out at the audience, then kneeling and looking up at the sky; Michaels thanked the crowd, left the ring, and waved to them as he made his way backstage, stopping to kneel at the entrance stage and look to the sky again (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (WrestleMania 26 - 3/28/10; Glendale, AZ)

Extreme Rules 2010 (5/25/10)

The Undertaker's Most Dangerous Matches (6/8/10)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) in a bodybag match at 9:29 following a series of clotheslines and hitting Taker with his own urn; after the contest, Bearer unzipped Taker from the bodybag (7/1/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Kamala (w/ Kimchee & Harvey Wippleman) at 5:27 in a coffin match after hitting Kamala in the head with the urn; after the match, the Undertaker rolled Kamala into the coffin at ringside and nailed it shut (Survivor Series 92 - 11/25/92; Richfield, OH)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Kama (w/ Ted Dibiase) in a casket match at 16:26 following the tombstone (Summer Slam 95 - 8/27/95; Pittsburgh, PA)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated King Mabel (w/ Sir Mo) at 6:11 in a casket match after putting both members of Men on a Mission into the casket; during the match, the Undertaker regained the reminants of the urn, which had been melted down into a gold chain months earlier by Kama; after the contest, Taker motioned that he wanted the WWF World Title (In Your House #5 - 12/17/95; Hershey, PA)
- Mankind defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) at 18:21 with the Mandible Claw after Paul Bearer accidentally hit Taker with the urn (King of the Ring 96 - 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI)
- Mankind defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) in a Boiler Room Brawl match at 27:10 after Bearer hit Taker in the head with the urn and then handed it to Mankind; the backstage portion of the bout was taped several days earlier; pre-match stipulations stated that the winner would be the one to battle their way from the boiler room to the ring and claim possession of the urn; after the match, the Undertaker was carried backstage by several druids (Summer Slam 96 - 8/18/96; Cleveland, OH)
- Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) in a Buried Alive match at 21:28 when Austin returned ringside, after Kane appeared out of the grave and hit a tombstone on Taker, knocking him into the grave, and ordered a bulldozer operator to dump the dirt on top of Taker; prior to Kane's appearance, Austin chased Bearer backstage; due to pre-match stipulations, Austin earned a spot in the Royal Rumble match (Rock Bottom - 12/13/98; Vancouver, British Columbia)
- The Undertaker defeated Kane in an Inferno Match at 6:49 when Taker grabbed Kane's foot and pushe dit into the flames; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon cut an in-ring promo in which he said Taker would burn in hell for what was in the envelope McMahon held, only saying that it was personal, and told fans who didn't like the smell of burning flesh to leave; moments later, McMahon introduced Kane before ordering him to make Taker pay; McMahon then joined the commentary team of Michael Cole & Jerry Lawler for the bout; mid-way through the match, Paul Bearer brought a package ringside and put it on the commentary table in front of McMahon; after several minutes passed, McMahon opened it to find a teddy bear inside, then grabbing it and walking around ringside with a confused look on his face; after the match, Taker took the bear from McMahon and set it on fire, with McMahon pleading as it went up in flames (2/16/99; Chattanooga, TN)
- The Big Show defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 2:44 when, after Taker used ether on Show, he took a baseball bat and broke it over Show's head, busting him open; after the bout, Taker continued to choke, punch, and kick Show in the head before leaving ringside (5/2/99; San Diego, CA)
- The Big Show fought WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) to a no contest at 6:50 when the challenger chokeslammed Taker through the ring; after the bout, Show hit chokeslams on Bradshaw, Farooq, and Mideon; had any Corporate Ministry member interfered during the bout, they would have been fired on the spot (6/7/99; Boston, MA)
- The Undertaker defeated WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz in a non-title handicap match at 14:38 by pinning D-Von with the tombstone; prior to the match, Paul Heyman - who was at the entrance way beside a cement truck and in possession of the urn - had cement poured onto Paul Bearer, trapped in a crypt, up to Bearer's ankles; Bubba Ray then repeatedly told Taker to lay down or it would cost Bearer his life; Taker then laid down but put Bubba in a choke, leading to the match; after the bout, Heyman attempted to suffocate Bearer in cement but he was stopped by a lightning bolt; Heyman then ran backstage, with Taker approaching the cement truck and kneeling before Bearer; Taker then grabbed a mic, told Bearer he had no other choice, and then filled the crypt with cement (Bearer's last appearance for 6 years) (Great American Bash 04 - 6/27/04; Norfolk, VA)
- The Undertaker defeated John Heidenreich in a casket match at 13:19 following a chokeslam and the tombstone; at around the 5-minute mark, Gene Snitsky interfered and helped in double teaming Taker until Kane came out of the casket and battled Snitsky through the crowd (Royal Rumble 05 - 1/30/05; Fresno, CA)
- Randy & Bob Orton Jr. defeated the Undertaker in a handicap casket match at 19:06 when, as Randy and Taker were fighting inside the casket, Randy hit Taker over the head with a steel chair; immediately after the bout, Randy locked the casket shut and brought it up to the entrance where he poured gasoline all over the casket and lit it on fire (No Mercy 05 - 10/9/05; Houston, TX)
- The Undertaker pinned Randy Orton (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) in a Hell in a Cell match at 30:30 after hitting both Randy and an interfering Bob with the urn before dropping each man with the tombstone; after the bout, Taker climbed the cell and posed with the urn as the show came to a close (Armageddon 05 - 12/18/05; Providence, RI)
- The Undertaker defeated the Great Khali (w/ Daivari) in a last man standing match at 16:00 after busting him open, hitting him twice over the head with a steel chair, and dropping him with the chokeslam (8/15/06; Washington DC)
- Ken Kennedy defeated the Undertaker in a first blood match at 9:24 when referee Charles Robinson stopped the bout after Taker began bleeding after an interfering MVP accidentally hit Taker over the head with a steel chair; Kennedy was seen bleeding from the mouth several minutes earlier but MVP appeared and wiped off the blood with a towel before turning on Kennedy and throwing him back in the ring with Taker; after the bout, Kennedy repeatedly stomped and punched Taker over the opening until Taker fought back, hit Kennedy over the head with a chair busting him open as well, and hit the tombstone; Taker then took off his glove and repeatedly punched Kennedy in the head (Survivor Series 06 - 11/26/06; Philadelphia, PA)
- The Undertaker defeated Ken Kennedy in a Last Ride match at 19:08 after dropping Kennedy with a tombstone onto the roof of the hearse; prior to the bout, Kennedy cut an in-ring promo saying he would defeat the Undertaker for the third time (Armageddon 06 - 12/17/06; Richmond, VA)
- World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker fought Batista to a draw in a last man standing match at 21:27 when both men were counted down after the challenger hit a spear on Taker on the entrance stage, with both men falling through part of the stage and knocking down two scaffolds; medics were called out by referee Mickey Henson as he counted the wrestlers down but each got to his feet under his own power following the bout (Backlash 07 - 4/29/07; Atlanta, GA)
- The Undertaker defeated Big Daddy V (w/ Matt Striker) via submission with an armbar at 6:12 (1/22/08; Charlottesville, VA)
- The Undertaker pinned Edge in a Hell in a Cell match at 26:44 with the tombstone after breaking a video camera over him; during the bout, Vickie Guerrero, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Bam Neely, WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Curt Hawkins & Zach Ryder were shown watching backstage; after the match, they were shown cheering Taker's win; moments later, Taker left ringside until he noticed Edge coming to his senses on the big screen; Taker then returned to the ring, hoisted Edge to the top of a ladder, climbed to the top of a second ladder, and told Edge he was going to hell; Taker then hit a chokeslam from the top of the ladder through the ring, with the hole then bursting into flames as the show came to a close (Undertaker's return after a 2-month absence) (Edge's last appearance for 3 months) (Summer Slam 08 - 8/17/08; Indianapolis, IN)
- The Undertaker defeated the Big Show in a steel cage match via submission with the Hell's Gate at 16:14 (11/25/08; Albany, NY)

Over the Limit 2010 (6/22/10)
- Bret Hart defeated WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin to win the title in a No DQ match at 3:55 via submission with the Sharpshooter after WWE Unified Tag Team Champions David Hart Smith & Tyson Kidd hit the Hart Attack; prior to the bout, Miz was shown talking backstage with Jericho; moments later, he took a mic from Josh Matthews and cut his own promo on Hart as he made his way out to the ring, saying he would humiliate and embarass Hart and make him submit to the Sharpshooter; during his entrance, Hart gave his sunglasses to a ringside fan; early in the match, Miz took the mic and said he found some men to counter Smith & Kidd, knowing they would come out; William Regal & Vladimir Kozlov then came ringside, with Smith & Kidd then coming out of the crowd and the four men brawling backstage; moments later, Chris Jericho came out of the crowd, drawing Natalya Neidhart to come out; Smith & Kidd soon returned to the ring; after the match, Hart & the Hart Dynasty celebrated in the ring (5/17/10; Toronto, Ontario)

Ricky Steamboat: The Life of the Dragon (6/29/10)
- 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)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair fought Ricky Steamboat to a 60-minute time-limit draw (3/17/84; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 14:51 when Orton came off the top using his arm cast as a weapon; after the bout, Steamboat cleared Orton from the ring after he attempted to attack Steamboat a second time with the cast (7/20/85; Capital Centre)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) in a lumberjack match at 9:48 with a roll up after pushing Muraco onto Bob Orton Jr. on the ring apron; after the bout, Muraco and Orton attacked Steamboat; lumberjacks for the bout included Orton, B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell, Dino Bravo, Swede Hanson, Lanny Poffo, WWF IC Champion Tito Santana, Scott McGhee, King King Bundy, Barry O, Rene Goulet, Iron Mike Sharpe, Tiger Chung Lee, and Frank Marconi (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Jake Roberts at 17:21 with a roll up as Roberts attempted to revive the referee; after the bout, Roberts attacked Steamboat, hit the DDT, and draped Damien on his opponent until Ted Arcidi and Dick Slater made the save (8/9/86; Boston Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat (w/ George Steele) pinned WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) to win the title at 14:35 with an inside cradle after Steele pushed Savage off the top as Savage prepared to come off the top and hit the challenger with the time keeper's bell; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year; Steamboat & Matt Striker provided alternate commentary for the bout (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac Silverdome)
- NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 55:32, 2-1; fall #1: Flair pinned Steamboat by reversing an inside cradle at 19:33; fall #2: Steamboat forced Flair to submit to a double chicken wing at 34:14; fall #3: Flair pinned Steamboat with the double chicken wing, though Flair's foot was outside the ring during the pinfall; Terry Funk did guest commentary for the bout; prior to the bout, Ross announced the bout between NWA US Champion Lex Luger and Jack Victory was scheduled for that time but in order to give ample time to the main event, and because it could run long, it was pushed back to later in the card; during his introduction, Steamboat came to the ring with his wife Bonnie and baby son (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (Clash of the Champions VI - 4/2/89; Superdome)
- Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat (mystery partner) (sub. for Barry Windham) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko to win the titles at 14:48 when Steamboat pinned Anderson with the crossbody off the top, moments after Rhodes hit Anderson with the bulldog; prior to the match, footage was shown of Anderson & Zbyzsko attacking Windham's hand at Halloween Havoc and of a Rhodes & Windham tag team match which took place after Havoc in which Windham was said to be in a lot of pain due to the injury; upon his entrance, Windham announced he had reconstructive surgery on his hand and wouldn't be able to compete but then brought out Rhodes' partner, dressed all in black and with a dragon mask covering his face; moments later, Rhodes revealed the masked man as Steamboat (Steamboat's surprise return after a 2-year absence) (Clash of the Champions XVII - 11/19/91; Savannah, GA)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude in a non-title 30-minute Ironman match at 29:59, 4-3; prior to the bout, Steamboat came to the ring with his wife and young son; fall #1: Rude pinned Steamboat with a knee to the jaw and grabbing the tights for leverage at 7:42; fall #2: Rude pinned Steamboat with the Rude Awakening at 8:39; fall #3: Rude was disqualified for coming off the top with a kneedrop at 9:40; fall #4: Rude pinned Steamboat with an inside cradle at 10:11; fall #5: Steamboat pinned Rude after reversing a tombstone piledriver into one of his own at 17:38; fall #6: Steamboat pinned Rude with a backslide at 20:21; fall #7: Steamboat pinned Rude by kicking off the turnbuckle as he was caught in a sleeper at 29:24 (Beach Blast 92 - 6/20/92; Mobile, AL)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) in a No DQ match to win the title at 10:46 with a crossbody off the top after crawling under the ring and coming out the opposite end; after the introductions, 11 year-old Megan Cean of Tulsa, OK was accompanied to the ring by Johnny B. Badd to sing the National Anthem; during the bout, Dangerously was suspended above the ring in a cage; Steamboat wrestled the match with taped ribs after sustaining broken ribs in the NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament; Steamboat & Matt Striker provided alternate commentary for the bout (Clash of the Champions XX - 9/2/92; Atlanta, GA)
- Chris Jericho defeated Ricky Steamboat at 12:32 via submission with the Walls of Jericho after kicking out of an inside cradle attempt (Steamboat's first singles match in 15 years) (Backlash 09 - 4/26/09; Providence, RI)

Satan's Prison: The Anthology of the Elimination Chamber (7/13/10)
- Shawn Michaels defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, Booker T, Rob Van Dam, WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho, and Kane in an Elimination Chamber match to win the title at 39:21; Booker pinned RVD with a missile dropkick at 13:38 immediately after RVD hit the Five Star Frog Splash off the top of one of the chambers, with one of RVD's knees landing across Triple H's throat as he landed; Jericho pinned Booker with the Lionsault at 17:41; Jericho pinned Kane with the Lionsault after Kane sustained both Michaels' superkick and the Pedigree at 22:54; Michaels pinned Jericho with the superkick at 30:43 as Jericho had the Walls of Jericho applied on Triple H; Michaels pinned Triple H with the superkick after reversing the Pedigree into a backdrop; prior to the bout, Eric Bischoff came out and cut an in-ring promo inside the chamber, detailing what the chamber was created of and the rules of the match; during Jericho's entrance, Saliva performed "King of My World" live from The World; Ric Flair escorted Triple H to the ring prior to the match (Michaels' in-ring return to MSG after a 4 year absence) (debut of the Elimination Chamber) (Survivor Series 02 - 11/17/02; Madison Square Garden)
- World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) defeated Shawn Michaels, Bill Goldberg, Kevin Nash, Randy Orton, and Chris Jericho in an Elimination Chamber match at 19:15; Jericho pinned Nash at 8:05 with a roll over after Michaels hit the superkick as Nash attempted to powerbomb Jericho; several moments later, before leaving the ring, Nash hit the powerbomb on both Jericho and Orton; Goldberg pinned Orton with the spear at 13:01; Goldberg pinned Michaels with the spear and Jackhammer after avoiding the superkick at 15:20; Goldberg pinned Jericho with the spear and Jackhammer at 16:05; prior to Michaels' elimination, Goldberg speared Jericho through one of the plexiglass chambers; Triple H pinned Goldberg after avoiding the spear and hitting him in the face with a sledgehammer thrown in the ring by Flair; after the bout, Flair, Orton, and Triple H bloodied Goldberg before handcuffing him to the cage so that Triple H could once again hit him in the head with the sledgehammer (Summer Slam 03 - 8/24/03; Phoenix, AZ)
- Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) defeated Randy Orton, Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit, Batista, and Edge in an Elimination Chamber match at 34:45; Jericho pinned Edge with the Lionsault at 19:19 after guest referee Shawn Michaels hit the superkick on Edge, moments after Edge accidentally hit the spear on Michaels; the chamber was briefly opened after a cameraman was injured when Batista threw Jericho into him, knocking the cameraman backwards into the chain link cage; Batista pinned Benoit at 26:15 with a spinebuster and then hitting a spinebuster on Jericho onto Benoit's body; Batista pinned Jericho with a powerslam and the sit-down powerbomb at 27:36; Orton pinned Batista with a low blow and the RKO at 32:30, with Triple H seemingly opting not to break the cover as he watched from the corner of the ring; Triple H pinned Orton with the Pedigree after Batista hit a clothesline on Orton as Michaels was distracted by an interfering Flair; due to pre-match stipulations, Triple H won the vacant World Heavyweight Championship; after the bout, Batista lifted Triple H on his shoulders in celebration, with Flair giving the new champion two thumbs up (New Year's Revolution 05 - 1/9/05; San Juan, Puerto Rico)
- WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Shawn Michaels, Kurt Angle, Carlito Caribbean Cool, Chris Masters, and WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Kane in an Elimination Chamber match at 28:24; Michaels pinned Angle with the superkick at 13:59 as Angle had the ankle lock applied on Cena; Carlito & Masters pinned Kane at 19:27 after Masters press slammed Carlito on top of Kane; Carlito pinned Michaels with the neckbreaker at 23:36; Carlito pinned Masters with a low blow and roll up at 28:17 as Masters had the full nelson applied on Cena; Cena pinned Carlito with a roll up; prior to the match, Daivari escorted Angle to the ring (New Year's Revolution 06 - 1/8/06; Albany, NY)

Fatal 4 Way 2010 (7/20/10)

Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2 (8/10/10)
- Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Koko B. Ware with the back splash in the corner and Bonzai Drop at 3:45; prior to the bout, Rob Bartlett said Yoko had "an ass like an amphitheater" (1/11/93; Manhattan Center)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Damien Demento with the tombstone at 2:25; during the bout, it was announced Mr. Perfect would face Papa Shango, Ric Flair would face Tito Santana, and WWF World Champion Bret Hart would appear for an interview the following week (1/11/93; Manhattan Center)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Ric Flair in a Loser Leaves the WWF Match at around the 23-minute mark with the Perfect Plex as Flair attempted a backdrop; due to pre-match stipulations, Flair was forced to leave the WWF (Flair's last WWF TV appearance for nearly 9 years) (1/18/93; Manhattan Center)
- Lex Luger pinned Jason Knight with his pinky finger following the running forearm at 2:38; during Luger's entrance, an obese card girl entered the ring as Luger posed in front of his full-length mirror; during the match, it was noted Brutus Beefcake had accepted the challenge to face WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase; after the match, Luger lifted Knight up by his legs and tossed him (Luger's TV in-ring debut) (2/1/93; Manhattan Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:26 when IRS, who came ringside moments earlier, hit Beefcake in the back with the steel briefcase as he ran the ropes; after the bout, Dibiase held Beefcake for IRS to hit him in the face with the briefcase but Hart repeatedly got in the way before he was eventually shoved out of the ring by IRS, with IRS then hitting Beefcake in the face with the weapon; moments later, Dibiase & IRS were sent backstage while Hart and several referees tended to Beefcake; Beefcake was later taken backstage on a stretcher (Beefcake's first match in nearly 3 years) (2/1/93; Manhattan Center)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Fatu (w/ Afa) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 15:06 after sending Fatu into Samu in the ring, causing Samu's head to become entangled in the ring ropes, and dropkicking Afa off the ring apron; mid-way through the bout, Samu came ringside and attacked the champion on the floor and later briefly switched places with Fatu in the ring when the referee wasn't looking (3/1/93; Manhattan Center)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Rick Martel with the Perfect Plex at around the 10-minute mark as Martel attempted a backdrop; the finish took place during the commercial break; after the bout, Perfect brought back out the two Raw girls Martel had sent backstage earlier in the show (3/1/93; Manhattan Center)
- Doink the Clown defeated Kamala (w/ Slick) via count-out at 5:40 when Doink distracted Kamala with a gift box on the floor; after opening the box to find it empty, Kamala chased Doink under the ring; after Doink emerged, he grabbed a chair and waited for Kamala but Kamala came out another side of the ring, attacked him, and chased him backstage with the chair (3/22/93; Manhattan Center)
- Lex Luger defeated Crush via count-out at around the 13-minute mark after Crush sustained the running forearm which sent him to the floor and knocked him cold; Crush was distracted by Doink in the upper balcony which caused him to release the head vice, where another Doink appeared on the opposite balcony, allowing Luger to hit him from behind (4/26/93; Manhattan Center)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Jim Duggan via disqualification in a lumberjack match at 17:20 when Mr. Perfect attacked Michaels, moments after Yokozuna hit a legdrop on the challenger on the floor behind the referee's back; lumberjacks for the match included Mr. Perfect, Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) , Terry Taylor, Bam Bam Bigelow, Typhoon, Bob Backlund, Mr. Hughes, and Tatanka; during Duggan's entrance, he attacked Yokozuna outside the ring; moments later, Michaels came out to the ring on crutches, claiming he was too injured to compete; Perfect then came up behind him and twice threw him in the ring, proving Michaels' injury was fake in the process; early in the match, there were chants of "Shawn is gay;" after the bout, Michaels and Perfect brawled in the ring, with all the other lumberjacks doing the same before Duggan cleared the ring with his 2x4 (5/10/93; Manhattan Center)
- The Kid pinned Razor Ramon at 2:12 with a moonsault off the top onto a standing Razor; after the bout, Razor argued with the commentary team that he was cheated (5/17/93; Manhattan Center)
- Marty Jannetty pinned WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels at 10:57 with an inside cradle to win the title after Mr. Perfect, who appeared ringside mid-way through the match, threw his towel into Michaels' face; Perfect appeared ringside at the 4-minute mark to prevent Michaels from walking out of the match (Jannetty's surprise return after a 4-month absence) (5/17/93; Manhattan Center)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Doink the Clown with the Perfect Plex at around the 15-minute mark after the initial Doink switched places with a second Doink underneath the ring; after the bout, the two Doinks attacked Perfect until Crush made the save and cleared them from the ring (5/17/93; Manhattan Center)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) pinned Russ Greenberg with a piledriver at 3:53; Michaels was introduced as the new IC champion before the opening credits and then stopped by the commentary team to say no one knew how good it was to feel like he or his new "insurance policy;" after the King of the Ring Report following the match - in which it was announced the already scheduled Michaels / Crush match would be for Michaels' newly won championship - Michaels and Diesel returned ringside and cut a promo protesting the fact he had to defend his title at the pay-per-view and claimed Vince McMahon was jealous of him (Diesel's TV debut) (6/7/93; Manhattan Center) - Marty Jannetty defeated Doink the Clown in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 20:38; fall #1: Doink pinned Jannetty at 7:16 with the Woopie Cushion after Jannetty hit the corner chest-first; fall #2: Jannetty pinned Doink with the flying fistdrop at 4:38 after a facebuster; fall #3: Jannetty defeated Doink via reverse decision; Doink originally won the match at 8:44 with a piledriver after switching places with a second Doink but Randy Savage pulled the hiding Doink out from under the ring and referee Earl Hebner changed the call; during the bout, it was noted several players in the NFL, NBA, and NHL would participate in the Bodyslam Challenge on the USS Intrepid (6/21/93; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) defeated Bret Hart via count-out at around the 17-minute mark when Hart left through the crowd after Jerry Lawler appeared and taunted Stu & Helen Hart in the balcony section for several minutes; after the bout, Bret went up to the balcony to find Lawler but he had already escaped; moments later, Bret checked on his parents (7/19/93; Manhattan Center)
- Randy Savage pinned Doink the Clown at 11:22 with an inside cradle moments after a midget dressed as Savage appeared from underneath the ring and distracted Doink from the ring apron; after the bout, the "Macho Midget" (Tiger Jackson) bit Doink on the butt before Doink was held back by officials and forced backstage (Macho Midget's surprise debut) (7/25/93; Alexandria Bay, NY)
- The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Ted Dibiase via disqualification when IRS interfered; after the bout, WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner made the save (8/16/93; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Doink the Clown pinned Corey Student with the Cannonball; after the bout, Bam Bam Bigelow and Luna Vachon came ringside but were held back by officials, though Bigelow did destroy Doink's red toy wagon (9/27/93; New Haven, CT)
- Razor Ramon pinned Rick Martel with the Razor's Edge at 10:42; due to pre-match stipulations, Razor won the vacant WWF IC Title (9/27/93; New Haven, CT)
- WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Diesel via disqualification in a non-title match when Shawn Michaels interfered as Diesel was set up for the Razor's Edge; after the bout, Michaels attempted to hit a piledriver onto Razor's title belt before the 1-2-3 Kid made the save (11/29/93; White Plains, NY)
- The 1-2-3 Kid fought Shawn Michaels to a no contest at around the 15-minute mark after Razor Ramon pulled Kid from the ring and chased Michaels around the ring after Michaels twice dropped the Kid with the Razor's Edge but refused to make a cover; after the bout, Razor stalked Michaels up the aisle, with Diesel punching Razor from the curtain; moments later, Michaels twice dropped Ramon with the Razor's Edge by the entrance before referees and agents sent him backstage (11/29/93; White Plains, NY)
- Jeff Jarrett pinned PJ Walker with a DDT at 4:09 (Jarrett's TV debut) (12/13/93; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon & the 1-2-3 Kid (sub. for Marty Jannetty) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) via disqualification when Shawn Michaels interfered after Razor hit the Razor's Edge on Pierre (2/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Bret Hart defeated Tom Prichard (w/ Jim Cornette) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 12:18 after interference from both Randy Savage and Owen Hart; after the bout, Bret and Owen had a staredown, with Owen on the outside of the ring (2/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- 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, PA)
- Lex Luger defeated Rick Martel via submission with the Torture Rack at 11:48 following a powerslam; during the bout, Ted Dibiase was shown sitting in the front row directly behind the commentary team (3/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Rick Martel, IRS, Jeff Jarrett, & the Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated Sparky Plugg, the 1-2-3 Kid, Tatanka, & the Smoking Gunns at 8:43 when IRS pinned the Kid after the Kid hit the corner (3/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification at 9:40 when, after the champion pulled Shawn Michaels into the ring and set him up for the Razorís Edge, Diesel came ringside, pulled Michaels out of the hold, and kicked Razor in the face; Michaels had appeared at ringside late in the match and verbally berated the champion; after the bout, Diesel twice hit the powerbomb on Razor before officials forced he and Michaels to leave the ring (4/11/94; Utica, NY)
- The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa & Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) to win the titles at around the 15-minute mark when Fatu pinned Jacques with the top rope splash moments after Pierre hit his own partner following a miscommunication; the champions attempted to walk out of the match at around the 5-minute mark but referee Earl Hebner threatened to strip them of the titles if they didn't return by the count of 10 (4/26/94; Burlington, VT)
- Earthquake defeated Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) in a sumo wrestling match at around the 6-minute mark after causing Yoko to fall out of the ring; the ring ropes were removed for the match (4/26/94; Burlington, VT)
- KOTR Qualifying Match: Owen Hart pinned Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) (sub. for Earthquake) at 8:29 with a roll up as Doink was distracted by Jeff Jarrett at ringside, who was attempting to kidnap Dink; Doink was a replacement for Earthquake due to Earthquake being injured by Yokozuna and Crush during the 5/14/94 house show in Anaheim; footage of Yoko hitting a Bonzai Drop on Earthquake at the show was televised before the match to explain his absence (5/23/94; Youngstown, OH)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated the 1-2-3 Kid via submission with the Sharpshooter at around the 25-minute mark after the challenger missed a dive off the top rope; prior to the match, Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart came out and climbed on the apron but were ejected; Hart originally won the match but asked for the bout to continue since the challenger's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover; after the bout, the two men embraced out of respect (7/11/94; Bushkill, PA)
- WWF IC Champion Diesel (w/ Shawn Michaels) fought Lex Luger to a double disqualification at 14:25 after both Michaels and Razor Ramon interfered; as the decision was read by the ring announcer, Ted Dibiase was seen at the entranceway upset that Luger didn't win the title (7/11/94; Bushkill, PA)
- Tatanka pinned Nikolai Volkoff in a $10,000 challenge match (7/1/94; Bushkill, PA)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ WWF IC Champion Diesel) pinned Razor Ramon at around the 23-minute mark with a roll up after Razor ran into a boot to the face from Diesel, who was on the ring apron; after the bout, Diesel and Michaels double teamed Ramon until a number of referees swarmed the ring (8/1/94; Youngstown, OH)
- WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze fought Bull Nakano to a double count-out (8/1/94; Youngstown, OH)
- The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Owen Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) via disqualification at 11:57 when Neidhart clotheslined Kid as he had a half crab applied to Owen; after the match, Hart applied the Sharpshooter to Kid until officials pulled him off (8/15/94; Lowell, MA)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Kwang with the chokeslam (8/15/94; Lowell, MA)
- WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Yokozuna via count-out at 9:23 after the challenger bumped into a casket, brought ringside on behalf of the Undertaker, and then ran backstage (10/17/94; Burlington, VT)
- Jeff Jarrett defeated Davey Boy Smith via count-out at around the 14-minute mark when the Roadie held Smith's leg from underneath the ring after Smith grabbed Jarrett as he attempted to walk out and threw him back into the ring (Roadie's surprise TV debut) (11/28/94; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Bob Backlund defeated Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at around the 14-minute mark; after the bout, Backlund kept the hold applied until other referees pulled him off - Davey Boy Smith fought Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a double disqualification at 8:51 when Lex Luger, who came out moments earlier after seeing Dibiase pull the top rope down causing Smith to fall to the floor, began fighting Tatanka inside the ring, with Bam Bam Bigelow coming out moments later to attack Smith; prior to the opening credits, Shawn Michaels interviewed Dibiase at ringside, with Dibiase saying he got everything he wanted for Christmas and that the same thing that happened to Luger last week was about to happen to Smith; after the match, Luger cleared both Tatanka and Bigelow from the ring before referees swarmed the ringside area (12/12/94; Liberty, NY)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the tombstone at 3:12; after the bout, IRS appeared in the aisleway with several druids (12/12/94; Liberty, NY)

Money in the Bank 2010 (8/17/10)

Summer Slam 2010 (9/14/10)

Summer Slam 2009 / 2010 (9/14/10)

Legendary (9/28/10)

Legendary Moments (9/28/10)

Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Chris Jericho (9/28/10)
- Chris Jericho fought Lance Storm to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 11:23; after the bout, the two shook hands; Jericho & Matt Striker provided alternate commentary for the bout (Jericho's wrestling debut) (10/2/90; Panoka, Alberta)
- Chris Jericho & Lance Storm defeated the Infernos when Storm scored the pin following a double dropkick off the top at 3:01; Dutch Mantell & Bob Caudle provided commentary for the bout; after the match, Caudle conducted an interview with Jericho & Storm regarding their debut (Jericho & Storm's SMW debut) (3/7/94; Dungannon, VA)
- WAR International Jr. Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho pinned the Ultimo Dragon at 19:59 with a butterfly suplex off the top; a few minutes were clipped from the match; Jericho & Matt Striker provided alternate commentary for the bout (7/7/95; Tokyo, Japan)
- Chris Jericho pinned Cactus Jack (w/ Stevie Richards & the Blue Meanie) at 13:21 with a German suplex into a bridge; prior to the bout, Richards and Meanie joined Cactus in the ring and invited him to do the Fargo strut with them; moments later, Jericho knocked Richards and Meanie out of the ring with a dropkick, with Cactus then taking the mic and asking if they were OK; Cactus's face was heavily taped for the match (Jericho's ECW debut) (3/8/96; Queens, NY)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho with the Frog Splash to win the title at 17:20 after landing on top of the champion as Jericho attempted a superplex; Mike Tenay provided guest commentary for the match (Fall Brawl 97 - 9/14/97; Winston-Salem, NC)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Juventud Guerrera in a title vs. mask match via submission with the Liontamer at 13:28 after blocking a hurricanrana attempt; Guerrera originally won the match with the 450 splash at 10:32 but the match continued since referee Mickey Jay noticed Jericho grabbing the bottom rope; after the bout, Jericho cut a promo and taunted Guerrera before stealing away his mask after Guerrera unlaced it (SuperBrawl VIII - 2/22/98; San Francisco, CA)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Dean Malenko via disqualification at around the 9-minute mark when referee Mark Curtis stopped the match after spotting Malenko in possession of a foreign object, which Jericho brought in the ring moments earlier and Malenko used against the champion behind the referee's back; stipulations stated it would be Malenko's last shot at the title (7/27/97; Alamodome)
- WWF European Champion Kurt Angle pinned WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Chyna) to win the title at 10:14 after blocking an attempt at the Lionsault by lifting up the IC belt, which Angle brought in the ring moments earlier, as referee Tim White was distracted by an injured Chyna on the floor; after the match, referee Earl Hebner came out to tell White what really happened but the decision stood; only the IC title was on the line in the bout (No Way Out 2000 - 2/27/00; Hartford, CT)
- Chris Jericho pinned WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon) with a spin kick and the Lionsault at 8:38; prior to the bout, Jericho challenged Triple H to put the title on the line, as the match was originally a non-title contest, and then brought out the Acolytes to be in his corner; late in the bout, Shane McMahon, who was at ringside, crotched Jericho on the top rope after referee Mike Chioda had been knocked out, with the APA then chasing Shane to the back; Earl Hebner came down moments later to take over the officiating; after the commercial break, Chioda and Hebner were dragged back to the ring where Chioda was pressured into saying Hebner gave a fast count; Triple H then threatened Hebner to reverse the decision or else, with Hebner then saying he would only reverse the decision if Triple H and the McMahons agreed to never lay their hands on him again, as long as he was a WWF official; Triple H agreed, Jericho came out onto the stage, and reluctantly relinquished the title belt; Hebner returned to the ring, strapped it around Triple H's waist, and was then publicly fired and beaten down by Triple H and Shane, eventually sustaining the Pedigree before numerous officials swarmed the ring (4/17/00; State College, PA)
- 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)
- WCW World Champion Chris Jericho pinned WWF World Champion Steve Austin to unify the titles at 12:37 after Booker T interfered and hit Austin with one of the belts, moments after a ringside altercation between Ric Flair and Vince McMahon and Austin taking out McMahon's referee Nick Patrick; before the match, Kurt Angle hit Austin with a chair while the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Jericho (Vengeance 01 - 12/9/01; San Diego, CA)
- 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)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Chris Jericho at 20:33 with a leg backslide; after the bout, the two men embraced out of respect before Jericho kicked Michaels in the groin, gave the finger to the crowd, and left ringside; Chris Jericho & Matt Striker provided alternate commentary for the match (WrestleMania 19 - 3/30/03; Seattle, WA)
- WWE World Champion John Cena pinned Chris Jericho with the FU at 15:49 after catapulting the challenger into Eric Bischoff on the ring apron, with Jericho hitting his head against the world title belt; due to pre-match stipulations, Jericho was fired by Bischoff immediately following the match, with Jericho being taken away by security; had Cena lost, he would have been fired; Bischoff was at ringside for the duration of the match (Jericho's last appearance for more than 2 years) (8/22/05; Hampton, VA)
- Chris Jericho pinned WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy to win the title with the Code Breaker at 11:03 after avoiding the Swanton (3/10/08; Milwaukee, WI)
- World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match at 22:19 following a headbutt as both men grabbed hold of the belt at the top of the ladder; early in the match, Jericho had a tooth knocked out; late in the bout, Lance Cade interfered on behalf of the champion but Michaels knocked him out with the superkick (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (No Mercy 08 - 10/5/08; Portland, OR)
- Chris Jericho pinned WWE IC Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. in a no holds barred match to win the title at 14:41 with a roll up after unmasking the champion as he attempted the 619; prior to the bout, Jericho cut a promo on Mysterio from the merchandise stand and continued to insult Mysterio and the fans as he made his way through the crowd and into the ring; after the bout, Mysterio immediatley covered his face and left the ring as Jericho celebrated in the ring with both the belt and Mysterio's mask (Extreme Rules 09 - 6/7/09; New Orleans, LA)
- World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker defeated WWE Unified Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho in a non-title match at 14:00 via submission with the Hells Gate after blocking the Walls of Jericho; after the bout, WWE Unified Tag Team Champion the Big Show appeared, distracted Taker, and - with Jericho - double teamed the champion; moments later, Jericho applied the Walls of Jericho as Show applied the Camel Clutch; Kane eventually appeared and kicked Jericho in the face as Show left the ring (11/10/09; Sheffield, England)
- World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho pinned Edge at 15:47 with the Code Breaker, moments after the challenger kicked out after being hit with the title belt behind the referee's back; after the bout, Jericho attempted to further injure Edge's leg but Edge fought back and eventually hit a spear from one commentary table to the other and through the timekeeper's barricade; moments later, Edge left ringside as trainers tended to Jericho on the floor (WrestleMania 26 - 3/28/10; Glendale, AZ)

Wrestling's Highest Flyers (10/12/10)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Brian Pillman at 10:34 by reversing a roll up after Pillman reversed Steamboat's sunset flip off the top (WCW Halloween Havoc 92 - 10/25/92; Philadelphia, PA)
- Evan Bourne pinned Zack Ryder at 13:02 with the Shooting Star Press following a backdrop off the top (7/26/10; San Antonio, TX)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Samula at 9:32 with a crossbody off the top (2/20/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Juventud Guerrera, Hector Garza, & Lizmark Jr. defeated Villano IV, La Parka, & Psychosis (w/ Sonny Onoo) at 10:08 when Garza pinned an interfering Villano V with a springboard dropkick and standing moonsault; Villano V ran to the ring late in the contest and switched places with Villano IV (WCW Bash at the Beach 97 - 7/13/97; Daytona Beach, FL)
- Gold Rush Quarter Finals: Shawn Michaels pinned WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin in a non-title match at 14:44 after hitting the superkick as Benjamin attempted a springboard clothesline into the ring (5/2/05; Boston, MA)
- J-Crown Champion the Ultimo Dragon (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 13:47 with a springboard sit-down powerbomb after blocking Mysterio's attempt at a hurricanrana (WCW World War 3 96 - 11/24/96; Norfolk, VA)
- Dean Malenko pinned ECW TV Champion Eddie Guerrero to win the title at 15:37 after a series of roll ups and blocking the champion's huracanrana attempt (7/21/95; Tampa, FL)
- The Ultimo Dragon (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Psychosis at 12:48 with a tornado DDT and tiger suplex into a bridge (WCW Uncensored 97 - 3/16/97; North Charleston, SC)
- Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Bam Neely) pinned Jamie Noble with the frog splash at 6:01; after the bout, Neeley dropped Noble with a uranage (4/15/08; London, England)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho pinned the Ultimo Dragon at 12:55 with a reversal of a hurricanrana into a roll up; after the bout, Jericho and Dragon shook hands and hugged (WCW Bash at the Beach 97 - 7/13/97; Daytona Beach, FL)
- Hakushi pinned the 1-2-3 Kid by reversing a spin wheel kick into a modified sit-down powerbomb at 9:29 (Summer Slam 95 - 8/27/95; Pittsburgh, PA)
- John Morrison pinned Tyson Kidd with Starship Pain at 12:40; David Hart Smith & Natalya Neidhart escorted Kidd to the ring before the match but were ejected late in the contest after the referee caught them interfering (7/27/09; Washington DC)
- Edge & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy and WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz in a ladder match to win the titles at 22:25 after Edge shoved Matt from a table top, placed across the top of two ladders, through a second table set up in the ring (WrestleMania 2000 - 4/2/00; Anaheim, CA)
- Super Crazy defeated Little Guido (w/ Big Guido, Tracy Smothers, Tony Mamaluke, & JT Smith) and Yoshihiro Tajiri (w/ the Sinister Minister & Mikey Whipwreck) in an elimination match at 6:14; Tajiri pinned Guido after Whipwreck interfered and hit a jawbreaker off the top at 4:09; Super Crazy pinned Tajiri with a powerbomb and moonsault (ECW One Night Stand 05 - 6/12/05; Hammerstein Ballroom)
- Alex Wright pinned Brian Pillman at 15:25 by blocking a crucifix into a sunset flip; after the match, the two men hugged out of respect (WCW Great American Bash 95 - 6/18/95; Dayton, OH)
- The Great Muta pinned Sting with a reverse crossbody off the top after spraying green mist into Sting's face; during the bout, several wrestlers representing both WCW and NJPW - including Brian Pillman, Rick Steiner, Tim Horner, Tom Zenk, Kensuke Sasaki, and Masahiro Chono - surrounded the ring; after the match, Sting hit a Stinger Splash on Muta and locked him in the Scorpion Death Lock (3/21/91; Tokyo Dome)
- WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Jerry Lynn with the Five Star Frog Splash after sending the challenger off the top onto a steel chair laid out in the ring (7/31/01; Washington DC)
- Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Mens Teioh & Sho Funaki when Jeff pinned Funaki (9/27/98; Hamilton, Ontario)
- 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)
- ECW TV Champion 2 Cold Scoprio fought Sabu to a 30-minute time-limit draw moments after the challenger hit a somersault legdrop into the ring onto a steel chair and gained a 2-count (ECW Cyberslam 96 - 2/17/96; ECW Arena)
- WWE IC Championship Tournament Finals: Kofi Kingston pinned Christian at 12:01 with the spin kick to the face immediately after kicking out of a roll up from Christian; prior to the bout, Teddy Long - in possession of the title belt - addressed the fans before the entrances of the participants; after the contest, Long presented Kingston with the belt, with Kingston and Christian then shaking hands before Christian left the ring so Kingston could celebrate; moments later, Drew McIntyre came out, with Long then taking the mic and threatening to have security escort McIntyre out of the building; McIntyre then handed Long a note which Long read and then dropped on the mat; Long then asked Kingston for the title belt, which Kingston eventually did, and handed the belt to McIntyre; McIntyre left the ring and held up the title as Kofi looked on (5/11/10; Buffalo, NY)
- WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku pinned Pantera with the Michinoku Driver at 10:13; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the bout; Brian Christopher did guest commentary; after the bout, Michinoku took out both Christopher and Jerry Lawler from the top rope and escaped through the crowd (No Way Out 98 - 2/15/98; Houston, TX)
- Lita pinned WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus to win the title at 7:11 with a reverse Twist of Fate and the moonsault (12/6/04; Charlotte, NC)
- ECW TV Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Sabu at 14:40 (ECW Guilty As Charged 00 - 1/9/00; Birmingham, AL)
- Raw Roulette: WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy pinned Umaga in a non-title steel cage match at 14:31 after a Whisper in the Wind off the top of the cage, despite interference from WWE World Champion Randy Orton, who appeared ringside before the match; Hardy and Orton locked eyes as the show came to a close, with Hardy perched on the top of the cage looking down (1/7/08; Uncasville, CT)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Eddie Guerrero in a mask vs. title match to win the title at 13:49 by reversing a Splash Mountain off the top into a hurricanrana and cover; after the bout, Guerrero attacked Mysterio from behind and threw him to the floor (WCW Halloween Havoc 97 - 10/26/97; Las Vegas, NV)
- Billy Kidman pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Juventud Guerrera to win the title at 15:26 with the Shooting Star Press after Rey Mysterio Jr. appeared ringside and held onto Kidman's jeans on the top rope, blocking Guerrera's attempted hurricanrana off the top (WCW World War 3 98 - 11/22/98; Auburn Hills, MI)
- ECW TV Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Sabu at 14:40 with the Five Star Frog Splash; Bill Alphonso managed both wrestlers; RVD's wife Sonia was shown in the front row during the bout (Guilty as Charged 2000 - 1/9/00; Birmingham, AL)

Smackdown: Best of 2009-2010
- WWE World Champion John Cena, the Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, & Triple H defeated World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk, Randy Orton, Ted Dibiase Jr., & Cody Rhodes at 21:49 when Taker pinned Orton with the tombstone after Punk, Dibiase, & Rhodes were knocked to the floor (9/29/09; Boston, MA)
- World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker defeated CM Punk in a submission match at 11:37 when Taker reversed the Anaconda Vice into the Hell's Gate; prior to the bout, Punk, who came ringside with Teddy Long and Scott Armstrong, cut a promo saying he would make Taker tap out for the second time and there was nothing anyone could do about it; during the final moments of the match, Taker hit the chokeslam on Armstrong, with referee Mike Chioda then coming out to end the match (10/20/09; Columbia, SC)
- WWE IC Champion John Morrison defeated Dolph Ziggler in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 10:46; fall #1: Morrison pinned Ziggler at 2:12 with an inside cradle moments after failing an attempt at Starship Pain; fall #2: Ziggler pinned Morrison with the Zig Zag at 7:03; fall #3: Morrison pinned Ziggler with Starship Pain after a reversal into a DDT (11/17/09; Philadelphia, PA)
- Mickie James defeated Beth Phoenix and Natalya Neidhart at 7:02 by pinning Natalya after Phoenix dropped Natalya with the Glam Slam and Mickie knocked Phoenix to the floor with a dropkick; WWE Women's Champion Michelle McCool & Layla sat ringside for the match, both wearing "Piggie James" tops; stipulations stated the winner would earn a WWE Women's Title shot (11/29/09; Hampton, VA)
- World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker fought Rey Mysterio Jr. to a no contest at 9:44 when Batista attacked the champion; moments later, Mysterio hit the 619 on the champion, Taker attempted the chokeslam on Mysterio only for Batista to drop him with a spear, and Mysterio followed by hitting the 619 on Batista before leaving the ring (12/20/09; Orlando, FL)
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Batista in a steel cage match at 7:13 when Mysterio climbed over the top and kicked the door into Batista's face while coming down the other side; stipulations stated the winner would challenge World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker at the Royal Rumble (1/12/10; Green Bay, WI) - Money in the Bank Qualifying Match: Dolph Ziggler defeated John Morrison and R-Truth (w/ David Otunga) at 12:19 when, after Morrison hit Starship Pain on Truth, Ziggler pulled Morrison out of the ring and pinned Truth himself (2/23/10; Milwaukee, WI)
- Edge pinned WWE US Champion & WWE Unified Tag Team Champion Mike Mizanin with the spear at 11:33; Daniel Bryan was shown watching the match backstage (2/23/10; Milwaukee, WI)
- The Undertaker pinned WWE IC Champion Drew Mcintyre in a non-title match at 2:14 with the chokeslam and tombstone; after the contest, Shawn Michaels appeared at the entrance stage and attempted to hit the superkick but Taker blocked the move; moments later, Michaels escaped a choke, hit the superkick, and yelled at Taker as the show went off the air (3/16/10; Los Angeles, CA)
- WWE IC Champion Drew McIntyre, Dolph Ziggler, Kane, Shelton Benjamin, & Matt Hardy (Smackdown!) defeated Christian, Evan Bourne, Kofi Kingston, MVP, & Jack Swagger (Raw) at 17:04 when McIntyre pinned Christian with the Future Shock after Ziggler made the blind tag and Christian dropped Ziggler with the Unprettier; prior to the match, footage was shown from WWE Axxess, including an appearance from Bret Hartafter the bout, McIntyre pulled a ladder out from under the ring and went to climb it to the Money in the Bank briefcase above the ring, only for the other 9 men to come back into the ring and shove him off, then tip the ladder on top of him (3/22/10; San Jose, CA)
- Jack Swagger pinned World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho in an impromptu match to win the title with the gutwrench powerbomb at the 10-second mark; prior to the bout, Jericho cut an in-ring promo bragging about his win over Edge at WrestleMania and then discussing Edge hitting the spear on him from the commentary table into the barricade and the fans chanting "Spear" after the fact; moments later, Edge came out and said he wanted an immediate rematch, with Jericho saying Edge lost and would have to go to the back of the line; Edge then attacked the champion, ripping off his jacket and shirt, revealing taped ribs; Edge dropped Jericho with the DDT and followed with the spear; as Edge left ringside, Swagger ran out, hit him with the Money in the Bank briefcase, grabbed the mic, and called for a referee to come out so he could cash in his title shot; referee Mike Chioda eventually ran out and spent several moments clearing the ring, despite Swagger's objections and the fans chanting "Ring the bell;" after the bout, Swagger passed by Edge's body in the aisle, briefly stopping to stare at him (3/30/10; Las Vegas, NV)
- World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger defeated Edge and Chris Jericho at 15:57 by pinning Jericho after Edge dropped Jericho with the spear, with Swagger then pulling Edge out to the floor and making the cover himself; Jericho's ribs were heavily taped for the match; after the contest, Swagger pulled Edge into the ring and dropped him with the gutwrench powerbomb before then holding up the title belt; after Swagger left ringside, Jericho climbed back into the ring, locked Edge's foot in the ring steps, and then ran and stomped it (4/13/10; London, England)
- Michelle McCool & Layla defeated WWE Women's Champion Beth Phoenix in a handicap match at 2:07 when Layla scored the pin after Phoenix and McCool collided heads in the ring, with McCool then falling to the floor; the match was originally scheduled for Rosa Mendes vs. Phoenix but, prior to the bout, Vickie Guerrero appeared at the entrance stage, ordered Mendes from the ring, and said McCool had elected to get her title rematch with Phoenix and that it would be at stake as a handicap match; it was noted Phoenix was wearing a brace on her left knee after injuring it against Mendes the previous week; as a result of her pinfall, Layla won the title (5/11/10; Buffalo, NY)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated CM Punk via disqualification at 10:34 when the masked man came into the ring after Mysterio prevented Serena from interfering; late in the bout, Luke Gallows came ringside; after the bout, the masked man and Gallows hoisted Mysterio on Punk's shoulders so he could hit the Go To Sleep; the Straight Edge Society then held up their right hands, with Punk raising Mysterio's as the show went off the air (5/11/10; Buffalo, NY)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. won a 16-man battle royal by last eliminating Kane at 19:36; other participants included: Christian, Drew McIntyre, MVP, WWE IC Champion Kofi Kingston, Dolph Ziggler, Finlay, Chris Masters, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Curt Hawkins, Luke Gallows, Vance Archer, Trent Baretta, Caylen Croft, and JTG; CM Punk & Serena escorted Gallows ringside before the match but went backstage at the 2-minute mark after Punk was attacked by Mysterio on the floor; order of elimination: Baretta by Gallows (7:22); Masters by Kane via a clothesline (7:27); Croft by Gallows (7:33); JTG by Kane via a clothesline (7:37); Kingston and McIntyre following a clothesline by Kingston (8:17); Ziggler by Christian (9:20); Christian by Finlay after Christian became distracted by Ziggler (9:30); Guerrero by Mysterio via a headscissors over the top rope (14:04); Archer by MVP & Finlay (15:41); MVP by Finlay (15:45); Finlay by Kane (15:49); Hawkins by Mysterio via a head scissors (16:01); Gallows by Kane via a choke throw after fighting off Punk's masked man (17:02); Kane by Mysterio via a head scissors; stipulations stated the winner would earn a spot in the World Heavyweight Title match at Fatal 4 Way (6/1/10; Dallas, TX)
- Matt Hardy pinned Drew McIntyre with the Twist of Fate at 15:49; after the bout, Teddy Long appeared on the big screen and said McIntyre's visa had expired and McIntyre was in the country illegally; Long then ordered security to eject McIntyre from the building, with two men coming out and leading McIntyre backstage (6/22/10; Manchester, NH)
- World Heavyweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & the Big Show defeated Jack Swagger & Cody Rhodes via disqualification at 10:34 when Swagger refused to break an ankle lock as Mysterio was in the ropes; prior to the bout, Mysterio cut an in-ring promo about his title win and said Swagger wouldn't take it from him; after the contest, Swagger kept the hold applied until Show crawled back in the ring, with Swagger keeping the hold applied as he dragged Mysterio out the opposite end of the ring (6/29/10; Wilkes-Barre, PA)
- Christian pinned Drew McIntyre at 13:12 by reversing the Future Shock into an inside cradle (7/27/10; Corpus Christi, TX)
Rey Mysterio Jr. fought Jack Swagger to a no contest in a No DQ match at the 14-minute mark when, after the two fought outside the arena, Mysterio sent Swagger into the Gulf of Mexico with a hurricanrana; moments later, World Heavyweight Champion Kane appeared, grabbed Mysterio by the throat, and threw him into the water (7/27/10; Corpus Christi, TX)
- Dolph Ziggler pinned WWE IC Champion Kofi Kingston (w/ Vickie Guerrero) to win the title at 10:45 with the Zig Zag after Vickie climbed in the ring to argue with the referee after Kingston hit the spin kick to the face; after the bout, Kingston assaulted Ziggler in the ring and threw him over the top to the floor; moments later, Kingston continued to attack Ziggler at the commentary table and around ringside, repeatedly using the steel ring steps; as Kingston went backstage, Ziggler was tended to by Vickie, a trainer, and referees (7/28/10; Laredo, TX)
- Alberto Del Rio defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. via submission with an armbreaker at 10:03; prior to the bout, Ricardo Rodriguez was introduced as Del Rio's personal ring announcer; moments later, Del Rio drove out to the entrance stage; after the bout, Del Rio briefly reapplied the hold (Del Rio's TV in-ring debut) (8/17/10; Bakersfield, CA)
- Drew McIntyre pinned Kaval at 3:58 with the Future Shock after blocking a top rope move to the floor and sending Kaval into the barricade; after the bout, WWE Women's Champion Michelle McCool & WWE Women's Champion Layla came out to help Kaval backstage (Kaval's Smackdown debut) (9/7/10; Baltimore, MD)
The Undertaker defeated CM Punk via submission with the Hell's Gate at 14:34, moments after sustaining Punk's Go To Sleep; prior to the bout, Luke Gallows & Joey Mercury came out with Punk but he told them to go backstage; after the contest, World Heavyweight Champion Kane was heard laughing as his pyro went off at the entrance stage (9/7/10; Baltimore, MD)

Hell in a Cell 2010 (11/2/10)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton defeated Chris Jericho in a non-title match via disqualification at 13:16 when Sheamus interfered as Orton attempted the RKO; prior to the bout, Jericho cut an in-ring promo saying he wasn't afraid of Orton, despite his change from the clean-cut fresh-faced man he was when he came to the WWE; Jericho then said he would be known as the Viper Killer and would add Orton to the list of men he has defeated during his career - Steve Austin, Rock, Triple H, Kane, Shawn Michaels, Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio Jr., John Bradshaw Layfield, Big Show, Edge, Undertaker, MVP, and CM Punk; after the commercial break, Jericho continued by listing Invader #1, Invader #2, Villano 1, II, III, IV, and V, Juventud Guerrera, Apollo Dantes, the Great Muta, Masahiro Chono, Yoshi Tatsu, Perry Saturn, Lex Luger, Sting, Ric Flair, Bill Goldberg, Buff Bagwell, Flash Funk, Kevin Nash, Diesel, Oz, Scott Hall, American Starship Eagle, Booker T, Stevie Ray, Sho Funaki, Jado, Gedo, Dean Malenko, Scott Norton, Flash Flanagan, Razor Ramon, and others; Sheamus appeared ringside mid-way through the contest; after the bout, Orton assaulted Sheamus before sustaining the Codebreaker from Jericho; moments later, Jericho brought a steel chair into the ring but ended up receiving an RKO; the crowd then chanted "Punt" before Orton kicked Jericho in the head; Jericho was then tended to in the ring by trainers and a stretcher was brought out for him as Orton and Sheamus, on the floor, locked eyes (9/28/10; Indianapolis, IN)

The John Cena Experience (11/16/10)
- WWE US Championship Best of 5 Series: John Cena pinned WWE US Champion Booker T with the FU at 10:22; Cena - 3, Booker - 2; due to Cena winning the series, he won the US title; after the bout, Cena autographed a New Jersey Nets jersey and threw it into the crowd (No Mercy 04 - 10/3/04; East Rutherford, NJ)
- #1 Contender Tournament Finals: WWE US Champion John Cena pinned Kurt Angle at 19:22 with the FU after ramming Angle into the corner as Angle attempted to use Cena's steel chain as a weapon while referee Charles Robinson was knocked down; due to pre-match stipulations, Cena earned a WWE World Title shot at WrestleMania 21 (No Way Out 05 - 2/20/05; Pittsburgh, PA)
- WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Kurt Angle and Shawn Michaels at 16:42 by pinning Michaels with the FU immediately after Michaels hit the superkick on Angle (Taboo Tuesday 05 - 11/1/05; San Diego, CA)
- John Cena defeated WWE World Champion Edge (w/ Lita) via submission with the STFU to win the title at 14:03 after Edge collided with Lita on the ring apron and the challenger hit the FU; prior to the match, the challenger walked out to the ring on a giant scaffold that was lowered from the ceiling (Royal Rumble 06 - 1/29/06; Miami, FL)
- WWE World Champion John Cena pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Edge in a non-title match at 16:33 with the FU after Edge hit his head in the corner while attempting the spear (Tribute to the Troops 06 - 12/8/06; Camp Victoria, Iraq)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champions - WWE World Champion John Cena & Shawn Michaels defeated Edge & Randy Orton at 15:37 when Cena pinned Orton with the FU following the superkick from Michaels after Edge walked out of the match, thinking Orton hit him in the back with one of the title belts when it was actually Michaels; Edge suffered a fractured jaw during the bout and was briefly knocked unconscious (2/26/07; Fresno, CA)
- WWE World Champion John Cena pinned the Great Khali in a falls count anywhere match at 10:26 after hitting an FU from a forklift near the entrance stage onto the concrete floor (Khali's first pinfall loss) (One Night Stand 07 - 6/3/07; Jacksonville, FL)
- WWE World Champion John Cena pinned Bobby Lashley following an FU from the middle turnbuckle at 14:51; after the bout, the two men shook hands (Great American Bash 07 - 7/22/07; San Jose, CA)
- WWE World Champion John Cena pinned Randy Orton with the FU at 21:20, moments after kicking out of the RKO; during the bout, the fans were vocal with chants of "Let's go, Cena" and "Cena sucks" (Summer Slam 07 - 8/26/07; East Rutherford, NJ)
- WWE World Champion Triple H pinned John Cena at 19:37 with the Pedigree after avoiding the FU (Night of Champions 08 - 6/29/08; Dallas, TX)
- World Heavyweight Champion John Cena pinned Shawn Michaels (w/ John Bradshaw Layfield) in a non-title match at 13:09 with the FU after Cena shoved JBL, on the apron, into Michaels, knocking Michaels off the top; stipulations stated if Michaels won then JBL would earn a spot in the Elimination Chamber; after the contest, JBL climbed into the ring and looked down as Michaels writhed in pain (1/26/09; Cleveland, OH)
- World Heavyweight Champion John Cena defeated ECW World Champion Jack Swagger in a non-title match at 11:30 via submission with the STFU following the FU; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would earn two draft picks for their brand; Cole, Lawler, Matthews, and Striker provided commentary for the match (4/13/09; Atlanta, GA)
- John Cena pinned the Big Show at 14:59 with the FU after avoiding Show's punch to the face; after the bout, Cena celebrated at ringside with Alfonso Sariano (Judgment Day 09 - 5/17/09; Chicago, IL)
- Night of Champions #1 Contender Tournament Semi Finals: John Cena defeated Mike Mizanin via submission with the STFU at 13:50 (6/29/09; San Jose, CA)
- WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Triple H and Shawn Michaels at 21:14 by pinning Triple H after Michaels hit Triple H with the superkick and Cena dropped Michaels with the FU onto Triple H; Cena came out wearing a new T-shirt and hat; the champion received a mixed reaction upon his entrance and throughout the match; during the bout, Michaels used the Crippler Crossface on Cena; late in the contest, there were dueling chants of "Cena sucks" and "Let's go Cena;" after the match, Cena autographed his new shirt for the National Guard soldiers at ringside (Survivor Series 09 - 11/22/09; Washington DC)

Bragging Rights 2010 (11/23/10)

WWE's Top 50 Superstars of All Time (12/14/10)
- NWA World Champion Lou Thesz vs. Argentina Rocca (Buffalo, NY)
- 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) - Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Susan Green at 10:16 with a splash after Green missed a splash off the top (6/16/75; Madison Square Garden)
- Harley Race vs. Terry Funk (2/6/77)
- Andre the Giant defeated Gorilla Monsoon (w/ Hugo Savinovich) via TKO in a boxing match following a right hand punch; Joe Walcott was the special referee for the bout (9/23/77; San Juan, Puerto Rico)
- Dusty Rhodes defeated WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham via count-out at 15:55 after Graham was backdropped over the top to the floor; prior to the bout, Graham was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard; after the match, Rhodes celebrated with the title belt and put it around his waist until it was taken away by the referee; after the decision was announced, the crowd chanted "Bullshit" until Rhodes grabbed the mic and said "Superstar, I came a long way to whip your ass. Now come out here, baby!" (9/26/77; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 3:31 with a powerslam and the legdrop (12/28/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Roddy Piper, the Junkyard Dog, & Ricky Steamboat defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage, Adrian Adonis, & King Harley Race in an elimination match at 20:22 when Piper pinned Savage with an inside cradle after Savage missed his flying elbowdrop; Adonis and JYD fought to a double count-out at 7:50; Race pinned Steamboat at 11:42 after Savage interfered behind the referee's back and reversed Steamboat's inside cradle; Piper pinned Race at 15:43 after Savage accidentally hit his partner with a double axe handle; prior to the bout, Jimmy Hart, Miss Elizabeth, and Bobby Heenan left ringside; after the bout, Gorilla Monsoon interviewed Piper backstage (Piper's last appearance at MSG for 2 1/2 years) (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat fought Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 20:28; after the bout, Heenan grabbed the microphone and told Steamboat he was lucky the match didn't last another 5 minutes, otherwise Rude would have easily won, and that he himself could beat Steamboat in 5 minutes; Rude then attacked Steamboat from behind but Steamboat eventually cleared both he and Heenan from the ring (12/26/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Jerry Lawler vs. Curt Hennig (8/13/88)
- Jake Roberts pinned Ted Dibiase with the DDT in a No DQ match; Virgil was barred from ringside for the match but later prevented Roberts from stealing the Million $ belt (12/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart defeated WWF World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) via submission with the Sharpshooter following a superplex to win the title at 26:29 (10/12/92; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
- Mankind pinned WWF World Champion the Rock to win the title in an empty arena match at 17:19 by using a forklift to trap the champion underneath a wooden palette; Mankind's head was heavily taped following the I Quit match at the Royal Rumble; prior to the bout, the champion was escorted ringside by Vince McMahon, who then provided sole commentary from the ringside commentary table; during the bout, Kevin Kelly & Shane McMahon would occasionally comment from inside a packed arena (1/26/99; Tucson, AZ)
- WWF World Champion Kurt Angle, Steve Austin, the Rock, and the Undertaker fought to a no contest when Triple H and Rikishi interfered and a brawl ensued involving all six men, with Triple H remaining as the last man standing (12/5/00; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin, WWF IC Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon), Edge, & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy, WWF Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & Kane when Triple H pinned Matt after Austin interfered behind the refereeís back and hit the Stunner; moments prior to the finish, Triple H sustained the chokeslam from the Undertaker before Taker was pulled out of the ring by Edge and Christian (4/23/01; Denver, CO)
- Kurt Angle & Chris Jericho defeated Triple H & Edge at 8:48 when Angle pinned Edge with the Olympic Slam after blocking a spear from Edge by using a steel chair to the head; moments prior to the finish, Triple H and Jericho battled into the crowd (5/14/02; Montreal, Quebec)
- WWE World Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned the Big Show in a non-title match with a low blow and the frog splash; due to prematch stipulations in which Show said he would quit if he lost the bout, Show was gone from the company (4/13/04; Indianapolis, IN)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle and Randy Orton to win the title at 9:25 by pinning Orton with the 619 and West Coast Pop; prior to the bout, POD performed "Booyaka 619" during Mysterio's entrance; after the match, Mysterio was congratulated on the entrance stage by Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Vickie Guerrero (WrestleMania 22 - 4/2/06; Chicago, IL)
- WWE Tag Team Champions - WWE World Champion John Cena & Shawn Michaels defeated World Heavyweight Champion Batista & the Undertaker in a non-title match at 22:12 when Cena pinned Taker with the FU after Taker sustained a spinebuster from his partner and the superkick from Michaels; JBL called the match alone since Michael Cole's voice was weak due to a cold; after the match, Batista stood over Taker's body and held his title belt high in the air; after Batista left the ring, Taker sat up and stared at him to close the broadcast (No Way Out 07 - 2/18/07; Los Angeles, CA)
- The Undertaker defeated World Heavyweight Champion Edge via submission to win the title at 23:48 with the leglock choke as Edge attempted a cover on the challenger after hitting the spear; during the champion's entrance, Teddy Long wheeled Vickie Guerrero onto the entrance stage where she kissed Edge good luck; during the final moments of the match, Curt Hawkins & Zach Ryder attempted to interfere on behalf of the champion but were easily fought off by Taker (WrestleMania 24 - 3/30/08; Citrus Bowl)

Survivor Series 2010 (12/21/10)

Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan (12/28/10)
- Bobby Heenan vs. Lord Alfred Hayes (1/13/80; St. Paul, MN)
- Greg Gagne vs. Bobby Heenan (8/17/80; St. Paul, MN)
- 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)
- Bobby Heenan pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 8:56 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and punching Bellomo in the face (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Bobby Heenan with a sleeper hold in a Weasel Suit match; the Crusher was the guest ring announcer for the bout but his involvement was never shown on video (Wrestlefest 88 - 7/31/88; Milwaukee, WI)
- Ric Flair won the 30-man Royal Rumble match by last eliminating Sid Justice at 1:02:02; due to pre-match stipulations, Flair won the vacant WWF World Title; prior to the bout, WWF President Jack Tunney addressed the crowd, saying may the best man win
Order of entry: Davey Boy Smith (00:00); Ted Dibiase (escorted by Sensational Sherri) (00:00); Ric Flair (escorted by Mr. Perfect) (2:31); Jerry Sags (escorted by Jimmy Hart) (4:21); Haku (6:08); Shawn Michaels (8:19); Tito Santana (10:10); the Barbarian (12:17); Kerry Von Erich (14:26); Repo Man (16:32); Greg Valentine (18:16); Nikolai Volkoff (20:23); the Big Bossman (22:15); Hercules (24:21); WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper (26:31); Jake Roberts (28:34); Jim Duggan (30:40); IRS (32:47); Jimmy Snuka (34:44); the Undertaker (escorted by Paul Bearer) (37:06); Randy Savage (38:35); the Berzerker (42:06); Virgil (43:58); Col. Mustafa (escorted by Gen. Adnan) (46:12); Rick Martel (47:59); Hulk Hogan (50:01); Skinner (52:04); Sgt. Slaughter (54:19); Sid Justice (56:07); the Warlord (escorted by Harvey Wippleman) (58:31)
Order of elimination: Dibiase by Davey Boy via a clothesline (1:19); Saggs by Davey Boy via a dropkick after Sags was knocked over the top rope to the apron (5:25); Haku by Davey Boy (7:59); Volkoff by Repo (21:27); Valentine by Repo (22:30); Repo by Bossman (22:58); Davey Boy by Flair (23:37); Von Erich by Flair (23:47); Santana & Michaels eliminated each other at the same time (24:07); Barbarian by Hercules while Barbarian was trying to eliminate Flair (25:14); Hercules by Bossman via a clothesline (25:17); Bossman when Flair moved out of the way of a running tackle (25:53); Snuka by Undertaker (37:13); Roberts by Savage with a running knee to the back (39:30); after the elimination, Savage jumped over the top to further attack Roberts but Savage was not himself eliminated because he was not thrown over the top by an opponent; Mustafa by Savage (48:48); Undertaker by Hogan via a clothesline (50:58); Berzerker by Hogan via a backdrop (51:06); Virgil & Duggan eliminated each other at the same time (51:27); Skinner by Martel (54:18); Slaughter by Justice after been sent charging into the corner and over the top (58:56); IRS by Piper while Piper was down on the apron and pulled him over using IRSís tie (59:50), Warlord by Justice & Hogan (1:00:13); Piper & Martel by Justice as they were trying to eliminate each other (1:00:38); Savage when Flair hit a running kneelift to Justice who was attempting to eliminate Savage (1:01:02); Hogan by Justice as Hogan was trying to eliminate Flair (1:01:32); Justice by Flair while Hogan was pulling Sid from the outside; after the match, Bobby Heenan left the broadcast booth to join Flair backstage before Hogan and Justice faced off inside the ring, with officials having to separate them; Hogan was booed by some in the crowd and there were chants of "Sid" during the segment; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Flair, Perfect, and Heenan, during which Tunney presented Flair the title belt; Flair then cut a promo saying the WWF Title was the only belt in wrestling that made you number 1 (Royal Rumble 92 - 1/19/92; Albany, NY)
- The Iron Sheik won the gimmick battle royal at 3:03 by last eliminating Hillbilly Jim; other participants included: the Bushwhackers, Duke Drose, Earthquake, the Goon, Doink the Clown, Kamala, Kimchee (Steve Lombardi), Repo Man, Jim Cornette, Nikolai Volkoff, Michael Hayes, One Man Gang, the Gobbeldy Gooker (Hector Guerrero), Tugboat, Brother Love, & Sgt. Slaughter; order of elimination: Repo Man by Hayes, Gooker by Tugboat, Tugboat by Earthquake, Earthquake by Kamala, Kimchee by Kamala, Luke by Cornette using his tennis racket as a weapon, Cornette by Hillbilly, Droese by Doink, Goon when Butch ducked a clothesline, Volkoff by Slaughter, Butch by Doink, Doink by Kamala, Hayes by OMG, OMG by Kamala, Kamala by Slaughter, Brother Love by Slaughter, Slaughter by Hillbilly; after the match, Slaughter put Sheik in the Cobra Clutch, Gene Okerlund & Bobby Heenan did guest commentary for the bout (Okerlund & Heenan's surprise return after an 7-year absence) (WrestleMania 17 - 4/1/01; AstroDome)

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