DVD RESULTS

2011

TLC 2010 (1/18/11)

Raw: The Best of 2010 (1/25/11)
- WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Triple H & Shawn Michaels (w/ Hornswoggle) defeated Chris Jericho & the Big Show at 12:01 when Triple H pinned Jericho after Michaels hit the superkick behind the referee's back as Triple H was in the Walls of Jericho; stipulations stated Jericho would be kicked off Raw if he and Show didn't win the titles; after the match, Triple H took the mic and said Jericho was gone, with Michaels then leading the crowd in saying "Suck it" (1/4/10; Dayton, OH)
- WWE World Champion Sheamus defeated John Cena via disqualification in a non-title match at 9:49 when, as Cena was being counted-out on the floor after being kicked in the head, Randy Orton slid in the ring and dropped the champion with the RKO; moments later, Orton attempted to drop Orton with a DDT from the second rope but Cena reversed it into the FU (1/25/10; Columbus, OH)
- WWE World Champion Sheamus pinned ECW World Champion Christian in a non-title match at 9:44 with the crucifix powerbomb after ramming Christian shoulder-first into the ringpost and kicking him in the face (2/8/10; Lafayette, LA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Kane in a No DQ, no count-out match at 5:27 with the superkick; during the bout, Michaels used both the Crippler Crossface and ankle lock; late in the bout, the lights went out in the arena; when they came back on, Taker appeared in the ring, dropped Michaels with the chokeslam, and then disappeared (3/22/10; San Jose, CA)
- Randy Orton pinned World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger in a non-title match at 10:50 after avoiding the gutwrench powerbomb and hitting the RKO (4/5/10; Moline, IL)
- Eve pinned WWE Divas Champion Maryse to win the title at 2:00 with a roll over after blocking the French Kiss; prior to the bout, Eve briefly danced in the ring with guest host David Hasselhoff (4/12/10; London, England)
- Tyson Kidd & David Hart Smith (w/ Bret Hart & Natalya Neidhart) defeated WWE Unified Tag Team Champions - WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin & the Big Show to win the titles at 11:41 when Miz submitted to Kidd's Sharpshooter after sustaining the springboard Hart Attack; prior to the bout, Miz cut an in-ring promo in which he complained about the Hart Dynasty beating them the previous night, then made fun of them for being part of a dynasty when they hadn't won any championships; Miz then called for Hart to come out and live up to his agreement to call ShowMiz the greatest tag team of all time; moments later, Hart appeared at the entrance stage, said ShowMiz were the greatest tag team of all time, said the Mountie was the greatest WWE IC Champion of all time, and David Arquette was the greatest world champion of all time; Hart followed by saying talk was cheap and that the Hart Dynasty would be called tag team champions by the end of the night; after the bout, Hart, Neidhart, Kidd, & Smith celebrated in the ring; moments later, during the commercial break, Show knocked Miz out with a punch (4/26/10; Richmond, VA)
- Edge pinned Christian at 12:09 in an impromptu match with the spear after avoiding the Killswitch and ramming Christian shoulder-first into the ringpost; prior to the bout, Edge cut an in-ring promo on his match at Over the Limit against Randy Orton; moments later, he was interrupted by Christian's entrance; after the match, Orton appeared on the big screen and said he didn't know why Christian was out there because that wasn't the opponent Orton had picked for him; the Undertaker's music then sounded, with Taker then coming out to the ring (5/17/10; Toronto, Ontario)
- WWE World Champion John Cena & Evan Bourne (sub. for Randy Orton) defeated Edge & Sheamus at 11:19 when Bourne pinned Sheamus with Air Bourne after Cena dropped Sheamus with the FU and sent Edge to the floor; prior to the bout, Cena came out on the entrance stage and said Orton was too injured to compete but there were a lot of guys backstage who hated Edge & Sheamus so it was easy to find a new partner; Cena then introduced Bourne, noting he had payback to give for what happened earlier in the show (5/31/10; Austin, TX)
- Evan Bourne defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification at 2:49 when Jericho repeatedly kicked Bourne in the ropes and pulled his fist back as though he would punch the referee; prior to the bout, it was announced about 500,000 votes were cast the previous week as part of Viewer's Choice Raw; during the match, Bourne kicked out of the Code Breaker; after the contest, Jericho attacked Bourne until Bourne fought back and hit Air Bourne (6/14/10; Charlotte, NC)
- Edge pinned Randy Orton at 11:36 with a reverse facebuster into a cover after Orton became distracted by Chris Jericho at ringside; after the bout, Jericho immediately dropped Edge with the Code Breaker, with Orton then dropping Jericho with the RKO; moments later, Evan Bourne ran out, fought off Orton, and attempted Air Bourne but Orton hit an RKO in mid-air; moments later, Bourne was tended to by officials in the ring (7/12/10; Lexington, KY)
- Randy Orton defeated Chris Jericho and Edge at 15:10 by pinning Edge after dropping both men with the RKO; stipulations stated the winner would challenge for the WWE World Title at Summer Slam; Jericho had his right arm taped following an injury sustained at Money in the Bank (7/19/10; Tulsa, OK)
- John Cena & Bret Hart fought Chris Jericho & Edge to a no contest in a lumberjack match at the 5-minute mark when, after Jericho & Edge were knocked to the floor, the lumberjacks of Wade Barrett, Skip Sheffield, David Otunga, Darren Young, Heath Slater, Justin Gabriel, & Michael Tarver faced off with Cena & Hart; prior to the bout, Barrett cut an in-ring promo saying his match with the Great Khali had been canceled and that Nexus would shift the power in the WWE permanently; Sheffied and Otunga followed by saying Hart would join the injured list alongside Ricky Steamboat and Vince McMahon and that anyone thinking of joining Team WWE should consider what they did to WWE Unified Tag Team Champions David Hart Smith & Tyson Kidd, Mark Henry, and Khali; moments later, WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin confronted Cena & Hart backstage and said he wanted to hear them ask him to be on the team; after they did, he said he would let them know Sunday; moments after the match, John Morrison and R-Truth ran in the ring to watch the backs of Cena and Hart; eventually, Jericho & Edge did the same; the two teams then fought until Team WWE cleared Nexus from ringside, with Nexus then leaving through the crowd; the show then ended with Team WWE in the ring and Nexus looking on from the crowd (8/9/10; Sacramento, CA)
- Wade Barrett pinned Chris Jericho at 5:22 by catching Jericho attempting the Code Breaker and reversing it into the fireman's carry into a forward slam; Jericho's right arm was heavily taped for the bout; during the match, the remaining members of Nexus were shown watching on backstage; stipulations stated Barrett would be kicked out of Nexus if he lost (8/16/10; Los Angeles, CA)
- WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin defeated John Cena via disqualification in a non-title match at 13:03 when Daniel Bryan jumped Miz from behind on the floor; after the bout, Cena left ringside, allowing Bryan to lock Miz in a crossface until several referees swarmed the ring to pull him away; after the bout, WWE World Champion Sheamus left the stage (8/16/10; Los Angeles, CA)
- WWE World Champion Sheamus pinned John Morrison in a non-title falls count anywhere match at 6:43 after Chris Jericho hit Morrison over the back with a steel chair, moments after Morrison hit a crossbody from the top of the stage onto Sheamus at the entrance stage (9/13/10; Cincinnati, OH)
- 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 (9/20/10; Indianapolis, IN)
- WWE US Champion Daniel Bryan defeated WWE IC Champion Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero & Kaitlyn) via submission with the LeBell Lock at 11:03; prior to the bout, Vickie cut a promo at the entrance stage in which she said Ziggler would erase the sole Smackdown blemish at Bragging Rights and the only reason Bryan won was because of a biased official; following the entrances, CM Punk walked out wearing a DARE T-shirt and Chicago Cubs jacket and joined the commentary team; during the bout, Punk said William Regal should get the sole credit for training Bryan because all Shawn Michaels did was take $3,000 from him; during the finish, Vickie pulled Ziggler's foot under the bottom rope with hopes of getting the hold broken but the referee didn't see it until after the decision; moments later, Ziggler tried to sneak up on Bryan as Bryan and Punk stared at each other but Bryan quickly turned around and scared Ziggler to the floor (10/25/10; Green Bay, WI)
- King of the Ring Finals: Sheamus pinned John Morrison at 12:05 with the kick to the face and crucifix powerbomb; Miss USA 2010 Rima Fakih was introduced before the bout as the guest ring announcer, and came out to Usher's "Oh My Gosh;" during her entrance, it was noted Fakih was a WWE fan and attended WrestleMania 23; after the bout, Fakih presented Sheamus with his robe, throne, and crown; moments later, Sheamus took the mic and briefly addressed the fans (11/29/10; Philadelphia, PA)
- Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater, Jimmy & Jey Uso (w/ Tamina), and Mark Henry & Yoshi Tatsu in an elimination match to win the titles at 11:56; Slater pinned Tatsu with the modified Zig Zag at 3:02; Kozlov pinned an Uso at 4:38 with the Iron Curtain; after the fall, Tamina remained ringside to be in the corner of Santino & Kozlov; Santino pinned Gabriel with the Cobra after Gabriel became distracted by John Cena, who came from under the ring and climbed on the apron; after the bout, Cena escaped into the crowd as Santino, Kozlov, & Tamina celebrated the win (12/6/10; Louisville, KY)

Big Show: A Giant's World (2/22/11)
- The Giant (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at around the 14:30 mark when Hart hit referee Randy Anderson, and later Hogan, from behind with the title belt after Hogan hit the legdrop on the challenger; Hogan wore black and white while Hart wore all black for the contest; upon their entrance, Hogan cut an in-ring promo and apologized for his part in the Giant falling off the roof; as Hogan began to speak, the Giant appeared with Sullivan; late in the match, the Giant hit the chokeslam but Hogan kicked out at 2; after the bout, Lex Luger and Randy Savage appeared, with Luger attacking Savage as the Yeti came out and double teamed Hogan with the Giant; moments later, Luger put Hogan in the Torture Rack and did the same to Savage; Anderson then came to and raised the Giant's hand in victory, with the Giant taking possession of the title belt; after the Dungeon of Doom members left ringside, Hogan and Savage were tended to in the ring (the Giant's in-ring debut) (WCW Halloween Havoc 95 - 10/29/95; Detroit, MI)
- The Giant (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WCW World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Elizabeth and Woman) to win the title at 5:49 with the chokeslam after putting a choke on Flair as the challenger was caught in the figure-4; prior to the bout, Flair confronted Debra McMichael who sat ringside for the show; Randy Savage's name plate was still shown on the title belt, with the commentary team saying Flair kept it there as a message to Savage; after the match, Okerlund interviewed the new champion, with Hart, in the ring as Flair was helped backstage, with the Giant saying the belt belonged to him since Halloween Havoc and challenged Hulk Hogan, Sting, and Savage to face him for the title; as the show went off the air, it was announced the previously scheduled match between Sting and the Giant at Slamboree would now be a title match (4/22/96; Albany, GA)
- WCW World Champion the Giant (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WCW Tag Team Champion Sting (w/ WCW TV Champion & WCW Tag Team Champion Lex Luger) at 10:42 with the chokeslam after Sting was struck in the head with Hart's megaphone as Luger and Hart, who were handcuffed together for the duration of the match, began fighting over the weapon while on the ring apron (WCW Slamboree 96 - 5/19/96; Baton Rouge, LA)
- WCW World Champion the Giant pinned WCW Tag Team & TV Champion Lex Luger with the chokeslam at 9:38 after Luger failed an attempt at the Torture Rack and fell face-first to the mat as the champion was on his shoulders; prior to the bout, Luger checked on the injured Eric Bischoff as he was being placed on a stretcher near the entrance stage; Jimmy Hart escorted the Giant to the ring but was chased backstage at the 2-minute mark by Sting after Hart tried to hit Luger with his megaphone (WCW Great American Bash 96 - 6/16/96; Baltimore, MD)
- Steve Austin pinned Paul Wight with the Stunner; Mankind was guest referee for the bout (3/22/99; Albany, NY)
- 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 Big Show (surprise sub. for Steve Austin) defeated WWF World Champion Triple H and the Rock to win the title at 16:15 by pinning Triple H with the chokeslam after Vince McMahon, who was scheduled to be the guest referee but was unable to because he was at the hospital with Austin, came out and hit the champion in the face with the world title belt; Shane McMahon took over as referee mid-way through after referee Earl Hebner was knocked out; Triple H later assaulted Shane and hit the Pedigree when Shane took the title belt away as the champion attempted to use it as a weapon; late in the contest, X-Pac, the Road Dogg, and Billy Gunn came out and attacked both challengers (Survivor Series 99 - 11/14/99; Detroit, MI)
- The Big Show pinned Kurt Angle with the chokeslam at 2:38; Show came to the ring dressed as Hulk Hogan and to the tune of "Real American" (Backlash 00 - 4/30/00; Washington DC)
- The Big Show pinned WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) to win the title at 4:19 after hitting the champion in the midsection with a chair followed by a chokeslam onto the chair; moments before the finish, Heyman turned on Lesnar by pulling the referee out of the ring and knocking him out after Lesnar hit the F5 on the challenger; immediately after the match, Heyman & Show drove out of the arena (Lesnar's first TV pinfall loss) (Survivor Series 02 - 11/17/02; Madison Square Garden)
- The Big Show pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 3:48 with the chokeslam after blocking Mysterio's West Coast Pop, moments after Mysterio hit the 619 three times; after the bout, medics strapped Mysterio to a backboard to take him backstage on a stretcher; moments later, Show returned ringside, grabbed the backboard with Mysterio on it, and swung it into the steel ringpost (Backlash 03 - 4/27/03; Worcester, MA)
- The Big Show pinned WWE US Champion & WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Eddie Guerrero to win the title with the chokeslam at 11:26; Guerrero wrestled the bout with his back heavily taped up after Show hit a chokeslam on him onto his own low rider days before; after the bout, Chavo Guerrero Jr. came out to console Eddie on the loss; moments later, Josh Matthews interviewed Show backstage on his victory (No Mercy 03 - 10/19/03; Baltimore, MD)
- The Big Show pinned Kurt Angle at 14:07 with the chokeslam as Angle stood on the top rope; Show originally won the match via count-out at 3:36 after Angle walked out of the contest and attempted to leave through the crowd but Smackdown! GM Teddy Long came out and ordered that the match continue and threatened to fire Angle if he didn't get back in the ring; late in the bout, Angle attempted to shoot Show with a tranquilizer gun but Show broke the gun over his knee; pre-match stipulations stated if anyone interfered in the match they would be fired; after the match, Angle was helped backstage by Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak (No Mercy 04 - 10/3/04; East Rutherford, NJ)
- The Big Show & Kane defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Trevor Murdoch & Lance Cade to win the titles at 7:59 following a double chokeslam on Cade; after the bout, the new champions hit a double chokeslam on Murdoch as well; Kane & Show were chosen as the tag team challengers because Shawn Michaels earned the right to compete in the main event; voting - Shawn Michaels - 46%; Kane - 38%; Big Show - 16% (Taboo Tuesday 05 - 11/1/05; San Diego, CA)
- Triple H pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion the Big Show at 16:13 with the Pedigree after hitting Show in the head with a sledgehammer Show broke in half earlier in the match; Show wrestled the match with a cast on his hand but Triple H broke the cast off mid-way through the contest (New Year's Revolution 06 - 1/8/06; Albany, NY)
- The Big Show pinned ECW World Champion Rob Van Dam to win the title at around the 17:30 mark with a steel chair shot to the head and the chokeslam onto the chair after Paul Heyman came in the ring to count the champion's cover after he hit the Five Star Frog Splash but then stopped at 2; after Show hit the chokeslam, Heyman counted the pinfall and celebrated with the new champion as the fans threw trash into the ring to close the show (7/4/06; Philadelphia, PA)
- ECW World Champion the Big Show pinned Sabu in an extreme rules match at 8:31 following a chokeslam through a table set up inside the ring (Summer Slam 06 - 8/20/06; Boston, MA)
- WBC Welterweight Champion Floyd Mayweather (w/ several cornermen) defeated the Big Show in a no holds barred match via KO at 11:36 after landing a low blow, three chair shots to the head, and finishing by punching Show in the face with a pair of brass knucks; stipulations stated the bout could be won via pinfall, submission, or knock out; late in the bout, Show fought off one of Mayweather's corner men and dropped him with the chokeslam after he hit Show with a chair (WrestleMania 24 - 3/30/08; Orlando, FL)
- The Big Show pinned Kofi Kingston at 3:29 with a right hand punch as Kingston jumped off the top (4/7/09; Austin, TX)
- The Big Show pinned WWE IC Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. in a non-title match at 1:45 with the punch after catching Mysterio as he attempted the 619; after the bout, the trainer and referee Charles Robinson attended to Mysterio while Show left the ring (Mysterio's last appearance before moving to Smackdown!) (4/20/09; London, England)
- WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & the Big Show defeated Batista & Rey Mysterio Jr. at 13:43 when Show pinned Mysterio with a right hand punch as Mysterio attempted a springboard into the ring (Mysterio's return after a month absence) (Hell in a Cell 09 - 10/4/09; Newark, NJ)
- WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin & the Big Show defeated CM Punk & Luke Gallows (w/ Serena) and WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Triple H & Shawn Michaels in an elimination match to win the titles at around the 16-minute mark; during the ring entrances, it was announced the Baton Rouge show would take place the following night as the Smackdown! taping; following Punk & Gallows' entrance, Punk cut an in-ring promo claiming the part of the country heavily relied on drugs and alcohol, noting Mardi Gras and their celebrating the Super Bowl win; Punk then noted Jared Fogle from Subway was in attendance and said he would be the perfect spokesperson for the Straight Edge Society, with Jared saying no; Punk then said he expected as much and said he would make an example out of him, then sent Gallows and Serena out to get him; moments later, they were interrupted by DX's entrance; during his entrance, it was noted Show was fined for striking the referee during the previous week's show; Teddy Long sat ringside for the match; eliminations: Michaels pinned Punk with the superkick after avoiding the Go To Sleep at around the 10-minute mark; Miz pinned Michaels with a roll up after causing Michaels to collide with Triple H after Michaels tagged himself into the match against Triple H's wishes; after the bout, Michaels stormed off (the match began during the commercial break) (2/8/10; Lafayette, LA)
- The Big Show defeated CM Punk, Luke Gallows, & Joey Mercury (w/ Serena) in a handicap match at 6:49 by pinning Gallows and Mercury at the same time after dropping Mercury with a chokeslam onto Gallows; Punk wore a T-shirt before the match which read "I broke Big Show's hand;" Show came out with his right hand heavily taped but had the trainer cut the tape off before the bout began, showing his injury had healed; there were brief chants of "CM Punk" and "Big Show" during the contest; the Straight Edge Society were not forced to tag in and out during the match; late in the bout, Punk went to the floor and watched the remainder of the contest from the ramp with Serena (Summer Slam 2010 - 8/15/10; Los Angeles, CA)

The Chaperone (3/8/11)

The WrestleMania Story (3/15/11)
- Ricky Steamboat (w/ George Steele) pinned WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) to win the title at 14:35 with an inside cradle after Steele pushed Savage off the top as Savage prepared to come off the top and hit the challenger with the time keeper's bell (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and Pro Wrestling Illustrated) (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Silverdome)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a bodyslam and the legdrop at 12:07; Bob Ueker was the guest ring announcer and Mary Hart was the guest time keeper; after the match, Hogan was presented with a new heavyweight title belt (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Silverdome)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a retirement match at 20:46 with one foot on his chest following three flying shoulder blocks, each of which knocked Savage to the floor; midway through the bout, the Warrior kicked out after sustaining five flying elbowsmashes from Savage and, moments later, Savage kicked out of the press slam / splash combo by the Warrior; prior to the bout, Miss Elizabeth was seen sitting in the audience; after the match, Sherri threw referee Earl Hebner out of the ring, verbally berated Savage, and began kicking him until Elizabeth jumped the rail, ran ringside, and threw Sherri to the floor; moments later, Savage came to his senses and thought Elizabeth was the one who was beating on him only to quickly realize it was Sherri; after a brief pause, with Elizabeth clearly crying, Savage and Elizabeth embraced; on their way out of the ring, Savage held the ropes open for Elizabeth before taking a final bow (Elizabeth's first appearance in 9 months) (WrestleMania VII - 3/25/91; Los Angeles, CA)
- WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match at 18:49 after Michaels had his foot and later his arm entangled in the ring ropes; Diesel was in the challenger's corner for the early moments of the bout but was sent backstage after attacking Razor on the floor; (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, and Pro Wrestling Torch) (the first televised WWF ladder match) (WrestleMania X - 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels to win the title at 20:02 by catching the champion's foot in the middle of the superkick and hitting the Stunner; early in the bout, both Triple H and Chyna were sent backstage following interference; Mike Tyson was the special ringside enforcer for the bout and made the pin after the original referee was knocked out; after the bout, Tyson knocked Michaels out with a punch to the jaw (WrestleMania 14 - 3/29/98; Boston, MA)
- 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)
- Shane McMahon pinned Vince McMahon (w/ Stephanie McMahon) in a streetfight at 14:12 following the Van Terminator off the top rope into a trash can; late in the match, Trish Stratus came out, pushing a sedated Linda McMahon to ringside in a wheelchair, helped Vince up on the floor, and slapped him; moments later, Trish and Stephanie fought in and out of the ring resulting in Trish stalking Stephanie backstage; moments later, Vince dragged Linda into the ring and assaulted Shane with a number of trash cans until Linda sat up and hit a low blow on Vince, proving she was never sedated and it was a set up all along; moments later, guest referee Mick Foley assaulted Vince in the corner, allowing Shane to set Vince up for the finish; prior to the bout, Shane acknowledged the WCW stars in the skybox, among them Stacy Keibler, Sean O'Haire, Lance Storm, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Hugh Morrus, Mark Jindrak, Mike Awesome, Shawn Stasiak, and several others (WrestleMania X-7 - 4/1/01; Astrodome)
- The Rock pinned Hulk Hogan at 16:23 with two Rock Bottoms and the People's Elbow after avoiding the legdrop; after the bout, Hogan extended his hand to Rock, with Rock accepting; after Rock left the ring, Scott Hall & Kevin Nash came out, confronted Hogan, and double teamed him until Rock returned to help make the save; moments later, Hogan and Rock posed before leaving the ring together; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania 18 - 3/17/02; Skydome)
- Brock Lesnar pinned WWE World Champion Kurt Angle with the F5 to win the title at 21:08; during the closing moments of the bout, the challenger attempted a Shooting Star Press but missed Angle and landed awkwardly on his head; after the bout, the two men shook hands and embraced out of respect (Angle's last match for 3 months) (WrestleMania 19 - 3/30/03; Seattle, WA)
- WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Triple H via submission with the STFU at 22:04; prior to the bout, the challenger appeared on the entrance stage sitting on a throne and wearing a crown, similar to that of Conan the Barbarian; the champion's entrance consisted of a 1920s-style car driven out to the ring with several men in trench coats and tommy guns surrounding the ring, with Cena then appearing and firing blanks with his own tommy gun (the debut of Triple H's "Bow Down to the King" by Motorhead) (one of the men with tommy guns was CM Punk) (WrestleMania 22 - 4/2/06; Chicago, IL)

DX: One Last Stand (4/5/11)

WrestleMania 27 (5/10/11)

WrestleMania 27 Collector's Edition (5/10/11)
- The Great Khali won an impromptu battle royal by last eliminating WWE US Champion Sheamus at 8:29; the bout was originally Sheamus vs. Daniel Bryan in a lumberjack match but referee Charles Robinson stopped the match at 4:19 when the lumberjacks began fighting with the two wrestlers; moments later, Teddy Long appeared and ordered all the wrestlers to compete in a battle royal; Josh Matthews & Matt Striker provided commentary for the match; order of elimination: Tyler Reks by Khali (0:07); Curt Hawkins by Khali (0:17); Yoshi Tatsu by Mark Henry after Henry caught Tatsu coming off the turnbuckle and thew him out (0:35); R-Truth by Jimmy & Jey Uso after the top rope was pulled down (3:55); one Uso by Henry (4:08); the other Uso by Henry (4:11); Henry by Primo Colon, Zack Ryder, & Tyson Kidd (4:20); Primo by Khali (4:31); Ryder by Bryan (4:33); Chavo Guerrero Jr. by Drew McIntyre via a backdrop (5:19); David Hart Smith by Khali via a chop as Smith was on the apron (5:24); JTG by Khali as JTG was on the top rope (5:43); Kidd by Bryan (5:59); Trent Baretta by McIntyre (6:14); Johnny Curtis by Sheamus, William Regal, & McIntyre (6:22); Masters by McIntyre via a boot as Masters was on the apron (6:54); Evan Bourne by Sheamus after Bourne hit the Air Bourne on McIntyre (7:10); Regal by Ted Dibiase Jr. (7:40); Dibiase by McIntyre via a boot to the face after Bryan ducked the move (7:52); McIntyre by Bryan (7:54); Bryan by Sheamus via a boot to the face as both men fought on the apron (8:13); Sheamus by Khali via a clothesline (WrestleMania 27 - 4/3/11; Georgia Dome)

Extreme Rules 2011 (5/31/11)

The Very Best of Nitro (6/7/11)
- Brian Pillman pinned Jushin Liger at around the 7-minute mark with a roll up out of a waistlock; after the bout, the two shook hands and hugged (9/4/95; Minneapolis, MN; Mall of America)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Big Bubba with the legdrop at 7:08; prior to the bout, it was announced Randy Savage would face Scott Norton the following week in Miami; after the bout, Kevin Sullivan, Zodiac, Meng, and Kamala attacked Hogan until Lex Luger ran out and made the save, with he and Hogan eventually coming face to face; moments later, WCW US Champion Sting and Randy Savage joined Hogan and Luger in the ring; following the commercial break, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Hogan asking why Luger was there; Luger replied by saying he was there to take the WCW World Title and that he was tired of taking on kids (referring to the WWF); Hogan then agreed to defend the title the following week against Luger, with the two shoving each other until Sting and Savage stood in the way (9/4/95; Minneapolis, MN; Mall of America)
- Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair & Arn Anderson at around the 15-minute mark when Hogan pinned Anderson with the boot to the face and legdrop; immediately after the fall, Chris Benoit, Brian Pillman, Kevin Sullivan, and the Zodiac came ringside and brawled against each other while the Giant climbed in the ring and hit chokeslams on both Hogan and Savage; moments later, Zodiac climbed in the ring and held the Giant off from inflicting more punishment; during the bout, it was announced Savage would face Lex Luger and Hogan would face Meng the following week in Miami (1/8/96; Charleston, SC)
- WCW Tag Team Champions Sting & Lex Luger defeated the Road Warriors at 8:37 when Luger pinned Road Warrior Animal after hitting him in the back with a steel container brought to the ring late in the match by Jimmy Hart; during the bout, the building temporarily lost power, with Eric Bischoff implying the WWF was behind it; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with the Road Warriors in which Road Warrior Hawk demanded a shot against the winners of the Sting & Luger vs. Harlem Heat match at SuperBrawl and wanted the match at the pay-per-view (2/5/96; Lakeland, FL)
- Lord Steven Regal pinned the Belfast Bruiser at 6:13 in a parking lot brawl following a piledriver onto the hood of a car; the match was contested in a blocked-off area of the parking lot with several hundred fans watching (4/22/96; Albany, GA)
- Ric Flair (w/ Elizabeth & Woman) pinned Eddie Guerrero at 19:43 with the figure-4 as Flair held onto Woman from the floor for leverage (5/20/96; Monroe, LA)
- Harlem Heat defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Sting & Lex Luger and Rick & Scott Steiner to win the titles at around the 10-minute mark when Booker pinned Luger with a roll up after Luger dropped Booker from the Torture Rack after Scott Hall & Kevin Nash, armed with baseball bats, came out of the crowd, prompting Sting, Luger, the Steiners, and several armed security guards to hold them off from the ring; on their way to the ring, Harlem Heat were shown talking to someone on a cell phone; prior to the bout, it was announced Bruno Sammartino would be a guest referee when WCW makes a tour of the Northeast the coming weekend; Luger's face was painted like Sting's for the match (6/24/96; Charlotte, NC)
- Sting & Lex Luger fought Kevin Nash & Scott Hall to a no contest at around 3:40 when WCW US Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Chris Benoit, and Steve McMichael rushed the ring after the Outsiders began getting away with things that should have gotten them disqualified and it appeared referee Nick Patrick pulled Hall out of the corner as Sting attempted a Stinger Splash, with the Outsiders and Patrick quickly leaving the ring (8/12/96; Casper, WY)
- Dean Malenko fought Rey Mysterio Jr. to a time-limit draw at 9:22, immediately after Mysterio came off the top with a hurricanrana (12/30/96; Knoxville, TN)
- Diamond Dallas Page pinned Mark Starr with the Diamond Cutter at the 54-second mark; Eric Bischoff & Ted Dibiase did guest commentary for the match, with both claiming DDP was now a part of the nWo; after the contest, WCW Tag Team Champions Scott Hall & Kevin Nash came out and handed Page an nWo t-shirt; after putting on the shirt, Page dropped Hall with the Diamond Cutter and caused Nash to fall over the top to the floor before then celebrating in the crowd (1/13/97; Superdome)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Syxx (w/ WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash) defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. at 5:53 via KO with the Buzzkiller after Nash interfered and hit the powerbomb on the challenger; after the bout, JJ Dillon came out and ordered Syxx to break the hold, with security keeping Syxx back as Mysterio was taken backstage on a stretcher and taken away in an ambulance; moments later, Dillon yelled at Nash & Syxx and told them their behavior wouldn't be tolerated any longer, with both replying "Bite me" (4/21/97; Saginaw, MI)
- Lex Luger defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title via submission with the Torture Rack at around the 11-minute mark after fighting off an interfering Randy Savage and WCW Tag Team Champions Scott Hall & Kevin Nash; late in the bout, Luger kicked out of Hogan's legdrop, prompting the New World Order to come ringside; after the match, Luger was congratulated in the ring by Rick & Scott Steiner, Diamond Dallas Page, Glacier, Ernest Miller, the Giant, Rey Mysterio Jr., the Barbarian, Stevie Richards, Nick Patrick, Dean Malenko, Prince Iaukea, Ted Dibiase, Joey Maggs, Chavo Guerrero Jr., WCW Cruiserweight Champion Alex Wright, High Voltage, and several others; moments later, the celebration continued backstage as Luger was doused with champagne and "nWo" was washed off the title belt; Hogan was then shown yelling and tipping over tables backstage as Savage, Hall, Nash, Syxx, and Vincent watched, then saying he would get payback in Sturgis; the closing shot of the show showed the continuing backstage celebration for Luger, now involving Chris Benoit and Steve McMichael (8/4/97; Auburn Hills, MI)
- Diamond Dallas Page pinned Buff Bagwell (w/ Vincent) with a reversal into the Diamond Cutter at 6:36, moments after hitting the Diamond Cutter on an interfering Vincent; prior to the bout, Kimberly Page escorted DDP to the aisle; during the match, Raven was shown sitting in the crowd with Stevie Richards; after the contest, Page briefly came face to face with Raven in the crowd before then celebrating with the fans (9/29/97; Worcester, MA)
- Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) defeated Sting via disqualification at 4:00 when Hulk Hogan interfered and pulled Savage off Sting after Savage hit the flying elbowsmash on Sting; prior to the bout, Savage took the mic from ring announcer Michael Buffer and cut a promo on Lex Luger; during his entrance, Sting was lowered from the ceiling of the arena; after the match, as Hogan and Savage argued, Lex Luger ran out, pulled Savage from the ring, and brawled with him up the aisle; moments later, Sting fought off Konnan, Vincent, and Hogan before Luger ran back in the ring to hold off the nWo (2/2/98; Alamodome)
- WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg pinned WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title with the spear and Jackhammer at 8:11 after Hogan became distracted by Diamond Dallas Page and Karl Malone at ringside, with Malone hitting the Diamond Cutter on Curt Hennig who had come ringside moments earlier (7/6/98; Georgia Dome)
- Scott Hall & the Giant defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Sting & Kevin Nash to win the titles at 9:21 when Hall pinned Sting with the Outsider Edge after Bret Hart appeared, with Sting shoving Hart to the floor and then climbing up on the middle turnbuckle; following the champions' entrance, Nash took the mic and cut a Wolfpack promo (7/20/98; Salt Lake City, UT)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho in a non-title match at around the 11-minute mark by reversing the Liontamer into a roll up, and Dean Malenko running out and counting the pinfall since referee Mark Curtis had been knocked out moments earlier; Jericho came to the ring with one of Mysterio's stolen mask; after the contest, Jericho piunched out ring announcer David Penzer (8/3/98; Denver, CO)
- Billy Kidman pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Juventud Guerrera to win the title at 10:44 with the Shooting Star Press after catching the champion coming off the top and hitting a powerbomb; during the bout, Mike Tenay joined the commentary team and hinted that Ric Flair could be on his way to the show; after the bout, Perry Saturn appeared ringside and applauded Kidman's title win (9/14/98; Greenville, SC)
- Diamond Dallas Page pinned WCW US Champion Bret Hart to win the title with the Diamond Cutter at 10:49, moments after avoiding being hit by the champion's foriegn object; after the bout, Hart attacked both Page and referee Mickey Jay, then repeatedly hit Page's leg with a steel chair before locking on the Sharpshooter; WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg then ran out to the ring as the show went off the air (10/26/98; Phoenix, AZ)
- Ric Flair defeated Eric Bischoff via submission with the figure-4 at 4:04, moments after Randy Savage, accompanied by an unknown blonde woman, hit a low blow on an interfering Giant and sent him to the floor with a clothesline; late in the bout; during his entrance, Bischoff bypassed the entrance and tried to leave the arena; moments later, as he was trying to get in his limo, Steve McMichael, Dean Malenko, & Chris Benoit came out and carried Bischoff to ringside; late in the bout, the Horsemen, Konnan, Booker T, and Diamond Dallas Page brawled in the aisle with Curt Hennig, Scott Norton, Vincent, Horace Hogan, and WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner; after the bout, Flair celebrated in the ring with the Horsemen, Konnan, Page, Booker, Tony Schiavone, Larry Zbyszko, and Dusty Rhodes; stipulations stated Flair would run WCW for 30 days if he won (12/28/98; Baltimore, MD)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner) (sub. for Bill Goldberg) pinned WCW World Champion Kevin Nash (w/ Scott Hall) to win the title at 1:41 after pushing him with his finger; following the match, Goldberg returned to the arena and went after Hogan; Hogan, Steiner, Buff Bagwell, and Nash then attacked Goldberg; moments later, Lex Luger came out and attacked Goldberg as well (1/4/99; Georgia Dome)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner) (sub. for Bill Goldberg) pinned WCW World Champion Kevin Nash (w/ Scott Hall) to win the title at 1:41 after pushing him with his finger; following the match, Goldberg returned to the arena and went after Hogan; Hogan, Steiner, Buff Bagwell, and Nash then attacked Goldberg; moments later, Lex Luger came out and attacked Goldberg as well; moments later, Luger put Goldberg in the Torture Rack before Goldberg had "nWo" spraypainted on his back (1/4/99; Georgia Dome)
- Sting pinned WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page to win the title at 19:57 by holding onto the ring ropes to block the Diamond Cutter and then hitting the Scorpion Deathdrop (4/26/99; Fargo, ND)
- Eddie Guerrero pinned Juventud Guerrera with the frog splash at around the 10-minute mark (Guerrero's in-ring return after a 6-month absence) (6/21/99; Superdome)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Bill Goldberg, & Sting defeated Kevin Nash, Sid Vicious, & WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner at 8:08 when referee Scott Dickenson ran out, took over officiating duties after the initial referee was knocked out, and stopped the match as Sting had Nash in the Scorpion Deathlock, moments after Hogan hit Sid and Nash with a steel chair (Hogan's return to the red and yellow outfit and return of his "American Made" theme music after three years) (8/9/99; Boise, ID)
- Billy Kidman pinned Diamond Dallas Page with a reversal out of the Diamond Cutter at 3:22; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Kidman, noting he was recently an issue of discussion on the "John Boy & Billy" radio show; Kidman then discussed his parntership with Eddie Guerrero, Konnan, and Rey Mysterio Jr., noting they "were a bunch of filthy animals;" Kidman then spoke highly of Kimberly Page, noting DDP was a huge help to him and he meant no disrespect; moments later, DDP entered the ring and eventually slapped Kidman; Page then assaulted Kidman before calling for a referee to come out and get a match going; after the contest, Page dropped the referee and Kidman with the Diamond Cutter before tying Kidman upside down in the corner and whipping him with the referee's belt; moments later, Kimberly came out to calm Page down and take him backstage (8/16/99; Colorado Springs, CO)
- Bret Hart pinned Bill Goldberg at 5:55 after Scott Hall & Kevin Nash ran out with baseball bats as Hart had Goldberg in a figure-4, with Hall, Nash, and Hart then assaulting Goldberg with the weapons while the referee was knocked out; prior to the match, WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett was shown watching on backstage; moments later, Roddy Piper came out to try to cover Goldberg's body but Jarrett followed and smashed a guitar over Piper's head; Jarrett then spraypainted "nWo" in silver on Goldberg's body as Hart tried to cut a promo on the mic but the mic was dead; Nash then took the mic and said "Baltimore, Maryland, the band is back together;" stipulations stated the winner of the match would win the vacant WCW World Title (12/20/99; Baltimore, MD)
- Sid Vicious pinned Kevin Nash at 6:19 after fighting off an interfering WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett and smashing Jarrett's guitar over Nash's head as referee Charles Robinson was knocked down, then, once Robinson came to his senses, acting like he himself was hit by the guitar before slowly crawling over and making the cover; stipulations stated the winner would win the vacant WCW World Title; after the match, confetti fell from the rafters (1/24/00; Los Angeles, CA)
- Diamond Dallas Page pinned WCW World Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Vince Russo) in a steel cage match to win the title at 6:18 when, after hitting the Diamond Cutter, Mike Awesome broke into the cage to stop referee Charles Robinson but Kanyon held him off, allowing Robinson to count to 3; moments later, David Arquette celebrated with Page and Kanyon in the ring and into the crowd (4/24/00; Rochester, NY)
- Jamie-san, Kaz Hayashi, & Yang defeated Shane Helms, Evan Karagias, & Shannon Moore in a ladder match at 3:20 when Jamie-san grabbed 3 Count's gold record after the Jung Dragons knocked Karagias off the ladder onto Tank Abbot on the floor; prior to the bout, Abbot cut an in-ring promo saying N'Sync was playing to an empty building at the Silverdome and then introduced 3 Count; after their appearance, it was announced that 3 Count would face the Jung Dragons in a ladder match at New Blood Rising; moments later, 3 Count danced in the ring until they caught the Jung Dragons trying to sneak up the ladder to steal their gold record; Abbot then joined the commentary team for the match (7/18/00; Auburn Hills, MI)
- WCW World Champion Booker T pinned WCW US Champion, WCW Cruiserweight Champion, & WCW Hardcore Champion Lance Storm at 5:25 with the Bookend; Mike Awesome provided guest commentary for the match; following his entrance, Storm cut an in-ring promo saying he was about to become a Canadian national hero and would make Booker T submit; during the contest, a plate of ham sandwiches was put at the broadcast table for Awesome's lady friend Heidi; after the match, Jeff Jarrett attacked Booker and punched out referee Mickey Jay; moments later, Jarrett assaulted Booker with Storm's Canadian flagpole until Storm knocked Jarrett to the floor, with the two fighting ringside until Jarrett accidentally broke his guitar over Heidi's head; Awesome then forced Jarrett into the ring where Booker dropped him with the Bookend (8/7/00; Denver, CO)
- WCW World Champion Kevin Nash, Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, & Vince Russo defeated Sting, Bill Goldberg, Booker T, & Kronik in a triple cage Wargames match at 18:46 when Nash left the cage with the title belt after Bret Hart jumped out of the crowd and slammed the cage door on Goldberg's head as Goldberg tried to leave the cage with the belt; order of entry: Jarrett (0:00); Sting (0:00); Steiner (2:10); Kronik (4:00); Russo (w/ Ron & Don Harris) (6:00); Nash (7:58); Booker (9:51); and Goldberg (11:42); Steiner wrestled the match with a protective face mask; Russo wore a New Jersey Flames hockey uniform for the match; at the 9-minute mark, Kronik brawled with the Harris twins into the crowd, eliminating them from the match; late in the bout, Goldberg and Sting were handcuffed to the cage and Booker had a guitar broken over his head; Ernest Miller then ran into the cage and kicked Russo in the head but was then powerbombed by Nash; Goldberg eventually broke free of the handcuffs and fought off his opponents only to be assaulted by Hart; stipulations stated the winner would have to retrieve the title from the top of the triple cage and then leave through the door (9/4/00; Dallas, TX)
- Sting defeated Ric Flair via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 7:17 following a superplex; after the bout, Sting helped Flair to his feet and shook his hand before the two hugged (3/26/01; Panama City, FL)

Over the Limit 2011 (6/21/11)

The Greatest Cage Matches of All Time (6/28/11)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson in a steel cage match at 16:43 by kicking Patterson off him and escaping through the door (9/24/79; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Jimmy Snuka in a steel cage match at 15:10 by avoiding a lunge from the challenger and escaping through the door after Snuka missed a splash off the top of the cage; prior to the match, Vince McMahon conducted ringside interviews with Steve Travis and Freddie Blassie and announced Andre the Giant would face Blackjack Mulligan the following month in a Texas Death Match; before the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Snuka and Arnold Skaaland escorted Backlund to the ring; after the bout, the champion was interviewed at ringside by McMahon regarding the match as well as his next challenge, Bob Orton Jr.; rules for the bout stated the winner could only win by escaping through the door; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (6/28/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Bruno Sammartino defeated Larry Zbyszko in a steel cage match at 13:59 by escaping the cage through the door after twice throwing his opponent into the cage; prior to the bout, Sammartino was escorted to the ring by Arnold Skaaland; after the bout, Zbyzsko confronted Sammartino outside the ring, where Sammartino twice punched Zbyzsko before Zbyzsko reluctantly raised Bruno's hand in victory; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (8/9/80; Shea Stadium)
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Kerry Von Erich in a steel cage match at 24:03 when referee David Manning stopped the bout, moments after the challenger hit Flair with the discuss punch, deeming that Von Erich could not continue; following the entrances, second referee Michael Hayes took the mic and said he wanted to make sure no one left the cage and that's why he brought Terry Gordy to the ring with him; Gordy stood outside the cage; at the 20-minute mark, a frustrated Hayes punched Flair and told Von Erich to make the cover; when Von Erich argued, Hayes went to leave the cage; moments later, behind the referee's back, Gordy slammed the steel cage into Von Erich's head before he and Hayes returned backstage; after the contest, Von Erich was checked on in the ring by a doctor as a bloody Flair was presented with the belt; moments later, Kevin and David Von Erich also came out to check on Kerry, with David taking the mic and cutting a promo on Hayes & Gordy; Kerry was then helped from the ring as the crowd chanted "Kerry's #1" (12/25/82; Dallas, TX)
- Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson (w/ Don Kernodle) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Krusher Kruschev) in a no time limit, No DQ steel cage match to win the titles at 12:26 when Morton pinned Ivan with a roll up after Gibson made a blind tag; after the bout, the Koloffs and Kruschev attacked Morton, threw him over the top of the cage to the floor, attacked Kernodle, and then hit an elevated double clothesline off the top on Gibson; moments later, Gibson was whipped with a chain until other wrestlers came out to make the save (Starrcade 85 - 11/28/85; Greensboro Coliseum)
- The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin in a steel cage match at 7:21 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Garvin after Hayes came off the top with a weapon and accidentally struck Garvin when Animal moved out of the way; after the contest, the Road Warriors continued to assault their opponents (Wrestle Rock 86 - 4/20/86; Minneapolis, MN)
- Bruiser Brody pinned Abdullah the Butcher (w/ Gary Hart) in a steel cage match at 8:05 after guest referee Fritz Von Erich attacked Abdullah after catching him in possession of a fork, moments after Abdullah struck Von Erich; after the match, Hart confronted Von Erich in the cage, several men came into the cage to pull Von Erich, Hart, and Abdullah apart (10/12/86; Cotton Bowl)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated AWA Tag Team Champions Buddy Rose & Doug Somers (w/ Sherri Martel) in a non-title match at 17:22 when Jannetty pinned Somers with a crossbody off the top, moments after Michaels hit a superkick to Somers; Michaels and Somers bled heavily in the match; after the bout, Michaels was kept outside the cage as Jannetty was double teamed in the ring; Michaels eventually opened the door and made the save, then tended to Jannetty; Michaels then leapt over the cage to the floor, took the mic and said nothing was over between the two teams (12/25/86; St. Paul, MN)
- Hulk Hogan defeated Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:03 by escaping over the top after hitting Andre with a foreign object which was brought into the ring by an interfering Heenan, tying Andre's arms in the ring ropes, and throwing Heenan into the cage (Wrestlefest 88 - 7/31/88; Milwaukee County Stadium)
- NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Woman) via disqualification in a steel cage match at 17:19 when, after Ole Anderson had the cage raised, Barry Windham attacked Luger as he had Flair in the Torture Rack; late in the bout, Ole & Arn Anderson and Sid Vicious came out and attempted to get inside the cage, prompting Sting and later El Gigante to scare the Horsemen off; after the bout, Arn Anderson and Windham assaulted Luger in the cage until Sting was able to have the cage lifted and scared them from the ring; moments later, Schiavone interviewed a bloody Flair in the aisle about the fact he still had the title until Sting attacked Flair and, with El Gigante, stalked the Horsemen backstage (El Gigante's surprise debut) (Capital Combat - 5/19/90; Washington DC)
- WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 10:06 in a steel cage match by escaping over the top after dropping Rude with a gorilla press slam (Summer Slam 90 - 8/27/90; Spectrum)
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated the Ultimate Warrior in a steel cage match at 10:33 by escaping over the top while the Warrior was distracted by an interfering Sensational Sherri, who entered through the door and climbed the cage to choke Warrior with her clothing; after the bout, Savage was able to escape the cage after a number of referees and the Nasty Boys restrained Warrior; moments thereafter, Warrior hit the gorilla press slam on Sherri (1/21/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) defeated Marty Jannetty in a steel cage match at 13:13 by escaping through the door while the challenger was busy fighting off Diesel as he attempted to scale the cage (8/17/93; White Plains, NY)
- Mankind defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) in a steel cage match at 16:25 by escaping over the top after hitting an elbow from the top of the cage, just before Chyna was able to pull Helmsley out of the ring; prior to the match, footage was shown detailing Helmsley and Mankind's altercations dating back to Canadian Stampede; after the bout, Mankind laid on the arena floor until Dude Love's music began to play, with Mankind then coming to his feet and strutting around ringside (Summer Slam 97 - 8/3/97; Meadowlands)
- Steve Austin defeated Vince McMahon in a steel cage match at 7:52 after Paul Wight, who came up through the canvas, threw Austin into the cage - which swung open from the force - and Austin dropped to the floor for the win; Austin originally won the match after knocking McMahon from the top of the cage through the Spanish announce table - leaving McMahon unable to continue - but Austin argued that the match never officially began and he wasn't done with McMahon anyway; Austin put his world title shot at WrestleMania on the line to get the bout (Wight's surprise debut) (St. Valentine's Day Massacre - 2/14/99; Memphis, TN)
- WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna) defeated the Rock in a steel cage match at 22:17 by escaping over the top after an interfering Davey Boy Smith knocked the challenger off the cage, back into the ring, as he tried to stop Triple H from leaving the ring; Smith climbed into the ring late in the bout to attack Rock; during the final moments of the match, Chyna appeared ringside and slammed the cage door into Rock's face as he tried to leave the cage; after the champion and Chyna left ringside, Vince McMahon appeared, locked the cage door shut, said "Fuck you" to Smith, with Rock then attacking Smith before escaping the cage over the top (Rebellion 99 - 10/2/99; Birmingham, England)
- WCW Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy in a unification steel cage match at 15:46 when Bubba Ray pinned Jeff after Jeff failed a Swanton from the top of the cage onto D-Von, crashing through a table set up in the ring; Matt had already escaped the cage by going over the top and Jeff had the opportunity to do the same but wanted to hit the Swanton instead; after the bout, Matt, Lita, and several officials helped Jeff out of the cage and onto a stretcher (Survivor Series 01 - 11/18/01; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Edge defeated Chris Jericho in a steel cage match at around the 15-minute mark by escaping over the top seconds before Jericho crawled out of the door; the bout began during the commercial break; after the contest, Lance Storm, Christian, Jericho, and Test attacked Edge on the floor and in the ring until Rey Mysterio Jr. and John Cena made the save (7/23/02; Indianapolis, IN)
- Chris Jericho defeated Christian (w/ Trish Stratus & Tyson Tomko) in a steel cage match via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 11:42; Tomko was sent backstage mid-way through the bout for stopping Jericho leave the cage through the door (5/10/04; San Jose, CA)
- Randy Orton pinned Ric Flair in a steel cage match at 10:35 after ducking Flair's swing with a steel chair and hitting the RKO; after the contest, Flair offered his hand to Orton in respect, with Orton then shaking it; moments later, Orton hugged Flair; other possible stipulations included a falls count anywhere match and a submission match (Taboo Tuesday - 10/19/04; Milwaukee, WI)
- Matt Hardy pinned Edge (w/ Lita) in a steel cage match at 21:32 with a legdrop off the top of the cage after ramming Edge's head into the cage and knocking him off the top rope; late in the bout, Hardy hit the Twist of Fate on an interfering Lita (Unforgiven 05 - 9/18/05; Oklahoma City, OK)
- WWE World Champion John Cena pinned Edge in a steel cage match at 19:11 with the FU; Lita was in the challenger's corner for much of the match but was ejected at the 16-minute mark after sliding a steel chair into the ring for Edge to use; Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch interfered moments later, attacked Cena, and tried to drag Edge out the door so he could win the title but Shawn Michaels & Triple H eventually made the save, with Michaels superkicking Murdoch into the cage door which then slammed into Edge's head (10/2/06; Topeka, KS)
- Chris Jericho defeated World Heavyweight Champion Batista to win the title in a steel cage match at 15:32 by escaping over the top, moments after hitting the champion repeatedly in the head with a piece of the cage (11/3/08; Tampa, FL)
- World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk defeated Jeff Hardy in a steel cage match at 20:51 after knocking the challenger off the top, hitting the ropes on the way down, and then escaping over the top of the cage; Punk's shoulder was heavily taped for the match; stipulations stated the loser would have to leave WWE; after Punk went backstage; Hardy took the mic, apologized if he let anyone down, thanked the fans, and said he was not saying goodbye forever; Jeff then noted that Matt Hardy was still on Smackdown! and took a final bow before leaving the ring; as he went backstage, Hardy took off his shirt and arm bands and threw them into the crowd; once he reached the top of the stage, Punk came back out and hit Hardy in the head with the title belt, knocking him out (Hardy's last appearance) (8/25/09; Phoenix, AZ)

Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man (7/12/11)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. & Konnan defeated Psychosis & La Parka via count-out (10/28/95; ECW Arena)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 16:06; fall #1: Guerrera pinned Mysterio with a dragon suplex into a bridge at 5:34; fall #2: Mysterio pinned Guerrera with a sit-down gutwrench powerbomb at 9:05; fall #3: Mysterio pinned Guerrera by reversing a Splash Mountain into a hurricanrana; after the bout, Mysterio hit a sit-down powerbomb through a table set up at ringside (Big Ass Extreme Bash - 3/9/96; ECW Arena)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera (8/25/96; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. (1/8/96; Gainesville, GA)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Eddie Guerrero (9/8/97; Milwaukee, WI)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Chris Jericho at 6:31 with a springboard into a hurricanrana and roll up; during the bout, it was noted Mysterio would challenge WCW Cruiserweight Champion Eddie Guerrero the coming Sunday at World War 3 (11/17/97; Cincinnati, OH)
- Rey Mysterio Jr., Super Calo, & Hector Garza defeated Psychosis, La Parka, & Silver King (1/6/98; Rome, GA)
- Eddie Guerrero & Juventud Guerrera defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr. (12/28/98; Baltimore, MD)
- Edge & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Eddie & Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 7:15 when Edge pinned Chavo following a springboard legdrop into the ring by Mysterio behind the referee's back; due to prematch stipulations, Edge & Mysterio became the #1 contenders to the Smackdown! tag team titles (10/22/02; Memphis, TN)
- WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas defeated WWE Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman at 15:01 when Benjamin pinned Mysterio following a modified Doomsday Device (Vengeance 03 - 7/27/03; Denver, CO)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Kurt Angle at 13:57 after interference from Luther Reigns, Mark Jindrak, Rob Van Dam, and Eddie Guerrero, with Guerrero hitting the Frog Splash on Angle and allowing Mysterio to win (10/26/04; Omaha, NE)
- WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Eddie Guerrero & Booker T at 21:30 when Mysterio pinned Guerrero with a roll up out of the corner moments after Guerrero tried to convince the referee that Mysterio hit him with one of the title belts but was then caught in the lie when the referee saw him conscious as Eddie pretended to be knocked out (12/28/04; New Orleans, LA)

Capitol Punishment (7/19/11)

Greatest Superstars of the New Millenium (7/26/11)
- The Rock pinned WCW World Champion Booker T (w/ Shane McMahon) to win the title at 15:19 with the Rock Bottom after Booker landed the scissors kick and performed the Spinaroonie; the Acolytes came out around the 11-minute mark, after Shane hit Rock with the title belt behind the back of referee Charles Robinson, with Farooq chasing Shane around the ring where he eventually ran into Bradshaw's Clothesline from Hell; minutes later, Rock hit the People's Elbow but Shane pulled the referee out of the ring to prevent the pinfall, with Rock then sliding out to the floor and dropping Shane with the Rock Bottom; after the contest, the WWF lockerroom was shown celebrating Rock's title win backstage (Summer Slam 01 - 8/19/01; San Jose, CA)
- Chris Jericho defeated WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam to win the title at 8:46 via submission to the Walls of Jericho at 8:46 after the champion knocked an interfering Triple H to the floor; while RVD was caught in the Walls of Jericho, Triple H verbally assaulted him from ringside and urged him to tap out; after the contest, Triple H hit the Pedigree on the former champion (9/16/02; Denver, CO)
- World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Kane with the Pedigree at around the 11-minute mark after Randy Orton came out of the crowd and hit a low blow and the RKO as Kane prepared to chokeslam the champion; moments earlier, Kane fought off a double team from Triple H and Flair, eventually hitting Flair with a chokeslam; due to pre-match stipulations, Kane was forced to unmask; after the bout, Eric Bischoff came out and ordered Kane to unmask but, before he could, Evolution attacked him which brought out Rob Van Dam to make the save; after clearning the ring, Kane eventually did unmask before hitting a chokeslam on RVD (6/23/03; Madison Square Garden)
- Brock Lesnar defeated WWE World Champion Kurt Angle in a 60-minute Ironman match to win the title, 5-4; during the final seconds of the bout, Angle had the modified ankle lock applied on the challenger but Lesnar refused to submit and waited out the clock; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year; fall #1: Lesnar was disqualified at about 8:32 after hitting the champion with a steel chair; 1-0; fall #2: Lesnar pinned Angle with the F5 at 10:21; 1-1; fall #3: Lesnar forced Angle to submit with the ankle lock at 12:09; 1-2; fall #4: Angle was counted-out after recieving the F5 on the floor at 19:56; 1-3; fall #5: Angle pinned Lesnar with the Olympic Slam at 25:55; 2-3; fall #6: Lesnar pinned Angle after hitting him with the title belt at 30:27; 2-4; fall #7: Lesnar pinned Angle with a superplex; 2-5; fall #8: Angle pinned Lesnar with a belly to belly superplex at 50:29; 3-5; fall #9: Angle forced Lesnar to submit with the ankle lock at 56:11; 4-5 (9/16/03; Raleigh, NC)
- WWE World Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. with a cradle after the challenger failed the springboard legdrop; after the bout, Paul Heyman came out to confront both men before the Undertaker and Paul Bearer came to the ring - with Taker hitting the tombstone on Heyman (3/16/04; Boston, MA)
- WWE World Champion John Bradshaw Layfield defeated Eddie Guerrero, the Undertaker, and Booker T in a No DQ match at 25:34 by pinning Booker with the Clothesline from Hell, moments after John Heidenreich pulled Taker out of the ring and locked him in a cobra clutch; Heidenreich appeared late in the bout and assaulted Taker in the ring before watching the remainder of the match from ringside, then pulling Taker to the floor during the closing moments; pre-match stipulations stated JBL's cabinet was banned from ringside for the duration of the match; after the match, JBL left through the crowd (Armageddon 04 - 12/12/04; Duluth, GA)
- WWE World Champion John Bradshaw Layfield defeated Kurt Angle and the Big Show at 12:04 by pinning Angle with the Clothesline from Hell after Angle reentered the ring; a minute earlier, the Bashams and Orlando Jordan came ringside, with medics and a stretcher, after the champion was driven through the barricade by Show; at the same time, Mark Jindrak and Luther Reigns came to the ring to prevent Show from making a pin on Angle; Jordan, instead of putting JBL on the stretcher, rolled him back inside the ring where he immediately dropped Angle with the clothesline (Royal Rumble 05 - 1/30/05; Fresno, CA)
- World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Edge at 15:53 with the Pedigree after Batista interfered and hit a spinebuster on the challenger as Edge attempted the spear; late in the bout, Ric Flair came ringside and entered the ring with a steel chair but was speared to the mat by the challenger; moments later, both men attempted to go for the chair but Batista came ringside and took it from them both; with Batista with his back turned, the champion quickly knocked Edge off the ring apron onto Batista on the floor; after the bout, Batista raised Triple H's arm in victory and the show came to a close with the champion realizing Batista was looking at the world title as it was hoisted in the air (2/4/05; Saitama, Japan)
- Trish Stratus defeated WWE Women's Champion Lita via submission with the Sharpshooter to win the title at 11:35; after the bout, Lillian Garcia was seen crying and cheering for Trish at ringside (Trish's retirement match) (9/17/06; Toronto, Ontario)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Edge and Randy Orton at 12:25 by pinning Orton after Edge accidentally speared Orton, with Michaels then hitting the superkick on Edge; due to pre-match stipulations, Michaels earned a WWE World Title shot against John Cena at WrestleMania (2/5/07; Sioux City, IA)
- World Heavyweight Champion Batista, the Undertaker, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions - WWE World Champion John Cena & Shawn Michaels defeated Edge, Randy Orton, MVP, & Ken Kennedy at 16:39 when Michaels pinned Orton with the superkick; after the bout, Taker dropped Michaels with a chokeslam, thinking he was responsible for knocking him to the floor before the finish, with Batista then dropping Cena with the sit-down powerbomb as the show came to a close (2/12/07; Portland, OR)
- The Undertaker pinned World Heavyweight Champion Batista to win the title at 15:48 with the tombstone after ramming the champion into the corner; Teddy Long introduced both men to the ring before the match; the ECW announce table was destroyed during the match (WrestleMania 23 - 4/1/07; Ford Field)

Money in the Bank 2011 (8/16/11)

OMG! The 50 Most Shocking, Surprising, Amazing Moments in WWE History (8/23/11)

Randy Orton: The Evolution of a Predator (9/6/11)
- Randy Orton defeated Slick Robbie D (OVW Christmas Chaos - 1/31/01; Louisville, KY)
- Randy Orton pinned Hardcore Holly with an Oklahoma side roll at 2:45 (Orton's TV debut) (4/23/02; Peoria, IL)
- Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Shawn Michaels at 19:22 after repeatedly punching Michaels in the forehead with a foreign object as he was mid-way through a back suplex into the ring; Michaels originally won the match at 18:36 with the superkick but referee Earl Hebner had the match continue after noticing Orton's foot on the bottom rope, which Flair had put during the last count of the cover (Unforgiven 03 - 9/21/03; Hershey, PA)
- Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) pinned WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam to win the title at 17:59 with the RKO after dropkicking the champion as he was perched on the top, causing him to crotch himself across the top turnbuckle, moments after guest referee Mick Foley prevented Flair from interfering with a pair of brass knuckles; prior to the bout, Foley came out and announced that the petition to bring back Steve Austin had one million signatures and that it was something to be celebrated; Stacy Keibler then came out in a cheerleader outfit and pom poms to celebrate with Foley; moments later, Orton & Ric Flair came out to interrupt, with Orton saying Austin was gone for good because of his win at Survivor Series; in response, Foley took off his jacket to reveal his referee shirt and said the IC title match would take place immediately (Armageddon 03 - 12/14/03; Orlando, FL)
- WWE IC Champion Randy Orton, Ric Flair, & Batista defeated the Rock & Mick Foley in a handicap match at 17:09 when Orton pinned Foley with the RKO as Foley prepared to apply the Mandible Claw (Foley's first match in 4 years; Rock's first match in 11 months) (WrestleMania XX - 3/14/04; Madison Square Garden)
- WWE IC Champion Randy Orton pinned Mick Foley in a falls count anywhere match at 23:03 by hitting the RKO onto a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, moments after Foley kicked out of another RKO; mid-way through the bout, Foley attempted to ignite the baseball bat but Eric Bischoff came out and threatened to stop the pay-per-view if Foley went ahead with it; after the bout, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista came out to help Orton backstage; pre-match stipulations stated that all members of Evolution would be banned from ringside for the duration of the match (Backlash 04 - 4/18/04; Edmonton, Alberta)
- Edge pinned WWE IC Champion Randy Orton at 26:37 to win the title with the spear after Orton hit an exposed turnbuckle back-first (Vengeance 04 - 7/11/04; Hartford, CT)
- 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)
- Randy Orton pinned Kurt Angle with the RKO at 12:45 after reversing an ankle lock attempt and sending Angle face-first into an exposed turnbuckle (Vengeance 06 - 6/25/06; Charlotte, NC)
- Hulk Hogan pinned Randy Orton at 10:57 with a boot to the face and the legdrop; late in the contest, Orton thought he had won the match following the RKO but the referee noticed Hogan's foot on the rope after counting 3 and had the bout continue (Summer Slam 06 - 8/20/06; Boston, MA)
- Randy Orton pinned Dusty Rhodes in a bullrope match at 5:40 after hitting Rhodes in the head with the cow bell; after the bout, Orton set Dusty up to kick him in the head but Cody Rhodes slid in the ring to protect his father, with Orton then leaving the ring (Great American Bash 07 - 7/22/07; San Jose, CA)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton defeated Triple H and John Cena in a No DQ, No Count-Out match at 14:10 by pinning Cena after Triple H dropped Cena with the Pedigree and Orton kicked Triple H in the head as Triple H had Cena covered; prior to the bout, the Jones High School marching band, out of Orlando, performed Cena's theme song to bring him to the ring; following Cena's entrance, the results of the fan text poll were shown in which 52% said Cena would win, 40% said Triple H would win, and 8% said Orton would win (WrestleMania 24 - 3/30/08; Citrus Bowl)
- 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 - 9/14/09; Montreal, Quebec)
- WWE World Champion Randy Orton pinned Sheamus in Hell in a Cell at 22:52 after dropping the challenger with a RKO onto the steel ring steps placed inside the ring; after the bout, Orton climbed to the top of the cage to celebrate the win (Hell in a Cell 2010 - 10/3/10; Dallas, TX)
- Randy Orton pinned CM Punk at 14:40 with the RKO as Punk attempted a springboard clothesline off the top, moments after Punk avoided a regular RKO inside the ring; Orton's right knee was heavily taped for the bout (WrestleMania 27 - 4/3/11; Georgia Dome)
- Randy Orton pinned World Heavyweight Champion Christian to win the title at 17:18 with the RKO as the champion attempted a springboard sunset flip from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Orton celebrated in the ring before returning backstage, with Christian then coming to his senses and slowly leaving the ring, repeatedly looking back to the ring as the show ended (5/3/11; Orlando, FL)

Summer Slam 2011 (9/13/11)

Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn (10/11/11)
- WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match at 18:49 after Michaels had his foot and later his arm entangled in the ring ropes; Diesel was in the challenger's corner for the early moments of the bout but was sent backstage after attacking Razor on the floor; (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, and Pro Wrestling Torch) (the first televised WWF ladder match) (WrestleMania X - 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
- Tracy Smothers defeated Chris Candido at 7:47 in a $2,500 ladder match; after the bout, Candido attacked Smothers with the ladder and stole the envelope containing the money (3/7/94; Dungannon, VA)
- WCW US Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Syxx in a ladder match at 13:48 when, after both men grabbed hold of the belt and unstrapped it, Guerrero hit Syxx with the title, knocking him off the ladder; during his ring entrance, Guerrero was introduced over the PA as "wrestling's jumping bean;" after the match, Guerrero left through the crowd (WCW Souled Out 97 - 1/25/97; Cedar Rapids, IA)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 6:11 after WWF World Champion the Rock dropped the champion with a Rock Bottom; prior to the bout, Mankind was escorted to the ring by Al Snow, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Duane Gill, Bob Holly, & Scorpio before Michaels sent them all backstage; Michaels provided guest commentary for the bout, during which he held up score cards with low numbers when Mankind hit an offensive move; the Rock appeared late in the match and aided in double teaming Mankind; after the bout, Michaels took possession of Mankind's Mr. Socko sock and then stomped him before the Rock did the same; Michaels then poked and hit Mankind with Bossman's nightstick before Mankind fell to the floor (11/30/98; Baltimore, MD)
- The Rock defeated WWF World Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 13:00 after Paul Wight interfered as the champion had the Mandible Claw applied on the challenger and chokeslammed Mankind off the top of the ladder; following the entrances, Steve Austin appeared to do guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Rock knocked the ladder on top of Mankind who was laid out inside the ring; as the show came to a close, Austin slid into the ring behind the Rock and dropped him with the Stunner before holding up the title belt and throwing it back to the mat (2/15/99; Birmingham, AL)
- Vince & Shane McMahon defeated Steve Austin in a ladder match at 17:11 when Shane grabbed the briefcase after pushing both Austin and his father off; prior to the bout, Vince introduced Steve Blackman as Shane's replacement but moments later GTV showed Shane and the Mean Street Posse backstage, gloating over convincing Shawn Michaels that Shane was unable to compete; moments later, Michaels forced Shane to wrestle and ordered Blackman backstage and if either man refused the order he would disqualify Vince and award the match to Austin then and there; Austin had the match won moments earlier bur the chord that attached to the briefcase was raised, taking it out of arm's reach until it was later lowered for the McMahons; due to pre-match stipulations, Vince & Shane won 100% control of the WWF (King of the Ring 99 - 6/27/99; Greensboro, NC)
- Evan Karagias, Shannon Moore, & Shane Helms (w/ Tank Abbott) defeated Jamie-San, Yang & Kaz Hayashi in a ladder match at 11:31 (WCW New Blood Rising - 8/13/00; Vancouver, British Columbia)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Edge & Christian in a ladder match at 11:24 after Lita interfered; stipulations stated it was Edge & Christian's only title shot against the Hardys (9/25/00; State College, PA)
- WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated WWE European Champion Jeff Hardy in a ladder match to unify both championships at 6:56 after knocking Hardy off a second ladder and then hitting a splash off the top of the first ladder; after the match, RVD raised Hardy's hand in a showing of respect (7/22/02; Grand Rapids, MI)
- Eddie Guerrero & Tajiri (sub. for Chavo Guerrero Jr.) defeated WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas in a ladder match to win the titles at 14:17 when Guerrero grabbed the title belts after Tajiri sprayed green mist into Benjamin's eyes as all three men were climbing the ladder (Judgment Day 03 - 5/18/03; Charlotte, NC)
- Rob Van Dam defeated WWE IC Champion Christian to win the title in a ladder match at 13:43 after hitting the Five Star Frog Splash off the top of the top of a ladder, then climbing a second ladder as Christian lay underneath (9/29/03; Chicago, IL)
- OVW Women's Champion Katie Lea defeated Beth Phoenix in a ladder match at 8:28, moments after shoving down the ladder and sending Phoenix to the floor (12/23/06; Louisville, KY)
- Ken Kennedy defeated Booker T (w/ Sharmell), CM Punk, Edge, Randy Orton, Finlay, Jeff & Matt Hardy in a Money in the Bank ladder match at 19:10 after hitting Punk off the ladder with another ladder; Edge was taken backstage on a stretcher after sustaining a sit-down splash off the top of a ladder in the ring onto Edge, who was laid across a ladder from the apron to the barricade; all three commentary teams worked the match; after the contest, Todd Grisham interviewed Kennedy backstage, who warned all the champions he would be coming for them (WrestleMania 23 - 4/1/07; Ford Field)
- WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas in a ladder match at 17:18 when Matt grabbed the belts after Jeff hit the Swanton on Haas (One Night Stand 07 - 6/3/07; Jacksonville, FL)
- WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy defeated Carlito in a ladder match at around the 12-minute mark after pushing Carlito off the top of the ladder (12/10/07; Bridgeport, CT)
- Edge defeated the Undertaker in a TLC match at 23:21 after shoving Taker off the top of the ladder and sending him through several tables set up in the aisle; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant World Heavyweight Title and that Taker would be banned from the WWE if he lost; Curt Hawkins & Zach Ryder interfered on be half of Edge at the 17-minute mark and Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Bam Neely interfered on behalf of Edge at the 21-minute mark; after the contest, Edge, Hawkins, Ryder, Guerrero, & Neely celebrated at the entranceway, with Vickie Guerrero then appearing and hugging the new champion; after they all left ringside, Taker struggled to his feet and walked backstage as the show came to a close (One Night Stand 08 - 6/1/08; San Diego, CA)
- 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)
- CM Punk defeated Christian, WWE US Champion MVP, Mark Henry (w/ Tony Atlas), Finlay (w/ Hornswoggle), Shelton Benjamin, Kane, and Kofi Kingston in a Money in the Bank ladder match at 14:24 after repeatedly kicking Kane in the head and knocking him off the top of an adjacent ladder (WrestleMania 25 - 4/5/09; Reliant Stadium)
- WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin defeated Randy Orton, Edge, Chris Jericho, Evan Bourne, John Morrison, Mark Henry, and Ted Dibiase Jr. (w/ Maryse) in a Money in the Bank match at 20:28 after knocking Orton off the ladder, with Orton landing across the ropes as he fell off; at around the 8-minute mark, as several of the participants were knocked down on the floor, Maryse climbed in the ring and went to climb one of the ladders until Morrison stopped her; after the match, Miz took the mic and said he made it, made believers out of all the critics, and was a future WWE World Champion (Money in the Bank 2010 - 7/18/10; Kansas City, MO)
- John Morrison defeated Sheamus in a ladder match at 19:09 after kicking Sheamus in the head as Sheamus attempted to tip the ladder backwards; stipulations stated the winner would be the #1 contender for the WWE World Title; after the bout, Morrison celebrated with the contract while sitting atop the ladder (TLC 2010 - 12/19/10; Houston, TX)
- Christian defeated Alberto Del Rio in a ladder match at 21:06 after Edge pulled into the arena in a jeep, distracting Del Rio as Del Rio attempted to take the belt, with Christian then pushing Del Rio off the ladder with Del Rio falling onto Ricardo Rodriguez and Brodus Clay on the floor; moments earlier, Clay interfered as Christian attempted to get the belt, with Christian eventually knocking him to the floor; Rodriguez served as Del Rio's ring announcer for the bout; stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant World Heavyweight Title; Clay excessively bled as a result of his brief interference; after the match, Edge and Christian celebrated together in the ring (Extreme Rules 2011 - 5/1/11; Tampa, FL)

Night of Champions 2011 (10/18/11)

Greatest Rivalries: Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart (10/25/11)
- 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)
- Bret Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) fought Shawn Michaels (w/ Marty Jannetty) to a double disqualification at 4:23 when all four men began brawling inside the ring until they were seperated by two referees (1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 14:41 when Hart pinned Michaels when a crossbody off the top by Michaels put Hart on top for the win (3/30/91; Tokyo Dome)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a ladder match at 13:46 after dropkicking the ladder, causing the challenger to fall off, crotch himself on the top rope, and fall to the floor (the WWF's first ladder match) (7/21/92; Portland, ME)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated WWF IC Champion Bret Hart via count-out at 8:50 after Michaels knocked the champion off the apron into the retaining barrier after Hart became distracted by Sherri, who grabbed his leg preventing him from reentering the ring; after the bout, Michaels punched the referee and briefly posed with the title belt before the champion sent Michaels to the floor (4/29/92; Syracuse, NY)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via submission with the Sharpshooter at 26:40 after Michaels missed a dropkick off the top; after the bout, Santa Claus came to the ring to celebrate Hart's victory as fake snow fell from the rafters (Survivor Series 92 - 11/25/92; Richfield, OH)
- Bret Hart defeated Shawn Michaels in a steel cage match at 11:36 when, as both men attempted to escape over the top of the cage, Michaels got his leg entangled in the cage bars (12/1/93; Utica, NY)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart in an Ironman match to win the title; the original decision was a draw at 60:02, as neither man had scored a fall in the 60-minute time-limit, however the match was restarted by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon, with Michaels hitting two superkicks in sudden death to pick up the win at 1:53; prior to the bout, Monsoon was formally introduced as the newly reinstated president; during the challenger's entrance, he came down from the ceiling on a zipwire, eventually landing in the crowd; during the contest, several members of the Hart Family were shown at ringside, including Stu and Blade; Freddie Blassie was shown sitting next to Stu; during the last 34 seconds of the bout, Micheals was trapped in the Sharpshooter but refused to submit; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania 12 - 3/31/96; Anaheim, CA)

Hell in a Cell 2011 (11/1/11)

Vengeance 2011 (11/22/11)

WWE Best of Raw & Smackdown Collection (11/22/11)

WWE DX Collector's Edition (11/22/11)

Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time (11/29/11)
- Steve Austin (w/ Jeannie Adams) pinned Chris Adams at 4:33 after Jeannie grabbed Adams's leg as he attempted to suplex Austin into the ring, with Austin falling on top for the win; Craig Johnson & Percy Pringle provided commentary for the bout; after the match, Austin called Jeannie into the ring, with her twice slapping him before Adams cleared both she and Austin from the ring (5/90; Sportatorium)
- Ric Flair (w/ Sherri Martel) & WCW US Champion Steve Austin defeated Sting & Ricky Steamboat at around the 24-minute mark when Austin pinned Steamboat by pulling him off the middle turnbuckle, as Steamboat punched Austin in the corner, and grabbing the tights for leverage, moments after Sting press slammed Sherri onto Flair on the floor (7/19/94; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theatre)
- Steve Austin pinned Jake Roberts with the Stunner at 4:28; early in the bout, WWF President Gorilla Monsoon came out to check on Roberts, after he had been injured in the semi-finals, and to see if he wanted to go through with the match or give up; Roberts opted to continue; during the coronation speech held immediately after the bout, Austin coined the phrase "Austin 3:16" as an injured Roberts was helped backstage (King of the Ring 96 - 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI)
- Bret Hart defeated Steve Austin in a submission match at 22:03 when guest referee Ken Shamrock stopped the match after Austin passed out while in the Sharpshooter after being hit in the head with the timekeeper's bell; after the match, Shamrock held Hart off from further attacking Austin; moments thereafter, Austin hit the Stunner on an offical who attempted to help him to his feet and walked backstage under his own power; Jim Ross & Austin provided alternate commentary for the bout (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and Pro Wrestling Illustrated) (WrestleMania 13 - 3/23/97; Rosemont Horizon)
- WWF IC Champion Steve Austin pinned the Rock at 5:31 (w/ Farooq, Kama, & D-Lo Brown) with the Stunner after accidentally dropping referee Mike Chioda with the move, thinking he was the challenger; upon his entrance, Austin drove a 3:16 pickup truck to ringside; before the match officially began, Austin fought off the other Nation members, eventually backdropping Brown onto the windsheild and hitting the Stunner on him while atop the truck; Austin wrestled in his vest for the duration of the match (In Your House: DX - 12/7/97; Springfield, MA)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels to win the title at 20:02 by catching the champion's foot in the middle of the superkick and hitting the Stunner; early in the bout, both Triple H and Chyna were sent backstage following interference; Mike Tyson was the special ringside enforcer for the bout and made the pin after the original referee was knocked out; after the bout, Tyson knocked Michaels out with a punch to the jaw (Michaels' last match for more than 4 years) (WrestleMania 14 - 3/29/98; Boston, MA)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned Dude Love at 22:27 with the Stunner; mid-way through the bout, guest referee Vince McMahon had the match turned into a No DQ contest and later on added a falls count anywhere stipulation; late in the contest, McMahon was knocked out by an accidental chair shot from the challenger; as Pat Patterson, the guest ring announcer for the bout, attempted to make the count for Dude he was pulled out of the ring and chokeslammed through one of the commentary tables by the surprise guest ring enforcer - the Undertaker; moments later as Gerald Brisco, the guest time keeper, attempted to do the same, he was put through the second commentary table by Taker; Austin then grabbed the unconscious McMahon's hand and slapped it to the mat three times to give himself the win (Over the Edge 98 - 5/31/98; Milwaukee, WI)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned the Undertaker at 20:50 following a low blow and Stunner after avoiding the challenger's trademark arm attack off the top rope (Summer Slam 98 - 8/30/98; Madison Square Garden)
- Steve Austin pinned Paul Wight with the Stunner; Mankind was guest referee for the bout; after the match, WWF World Champion the Rock, who did guest commentary for the match, hit the Rock Bottom on Austin (3/22/99; Albany, NY)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion the Rock to win the title at 16:52 in a No DQ match by blocking the People's Elbow and hitting the Stunner; prior to the bout, Michael Cole introduced Jim Ross to the crowd, with Ross returning to commentary duties alongside Jerry Lawler for the main event; moments later, Vince McMahon came out to act as the guest referee but WWF Commissioner Shawn Michaels said only he could appoint the referee, told McMahon to leave the ring, and ordered that the Corporation would be banned from ringside for the duration of the contest; Mankind, who had been sent to the hospital following his match earlier in the evening, returned to the arena late in the match and served as the appointed referee after Vince McMahon interfered and knocked out Earl Hebner (WrestleMania 15 - 3/28/99; Philadelphia, PA)
- Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion the Rock to win the title in a No DQ match at 28:05 after Austin took a steel chair from Vince McMahon, who came ringside at the 22-minute mark and interfered on behalf of the challenger, and assaulted the champion with a chairshot to the head followed by 16 chairshots to the back, ribs, and legs; after the bout, Austin and McMahon shook hands; moments later, Austin hit Rock in the face with the title belt before he and Vince shared a beer to close the show; it was not announced until the ring introductions that the match would be No DQ (WrestleMania X7 - 4/1/01; Houston, TX)

The Best of King of the Ring (12/13/11)
- KOTR Finals: Bret Hart pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 18:18 with a victory roll after kicking Bigelow in the face as he ran into the corner; Bigelow originally won the match via pinfall at 9:24 with the flying headbutt after Luna Vachon came ringside and hit Hart over the head with a steel chair but another referee disputed the decision and ordered the match to continue; after the bout, Jerry Lawler interrupted Hart's coronation and attacked him with the scepter and throne after Hart referred to him as the Burger King (King of the Ring 93 - 6/13/93; Dayton, OH)
- Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 13:10 to win the title following a belly to belly suplex and leg drop after a photographer at ringside shot a fireball into the champion's face; although never revealed on TV, it was Harvey Wippleman in costume who was acting as the photographer (Hogan's last TV appearance for nearly 9 years) (King of the Ring 93 - 6/13/93; Dayton, OH)
- KOTR Finals: Owen Hart pinned Razor Ramon at 6:35 with a elbow drop off the top after Jim Neidhart attacked Razor at ringside, hitting a clothesline and sending him into the steel ring post; during the post-match coronation, Owen proclaimed himself the King of Harts (King of the Ring 94 - 6/19/94; Baltimore, MD)
- Bret Hart defeated Jerry Lawler with the Sharpshooter at 9:20 in a Kiss My Foot match after outside interference from Hakushi backfired; after the bout, Hart forced Lawler to kiss his feet before having him kiss Lawler's own feet (King of the Ring 95 - 6/25/95; Philadelphia, PA)
- Ahmed Johnson pinned WWF IC Champion Goldust (w/ Marlena) with a spinebuster and the Pearl River Plunge to win the title at 15:34 after the champion tried reviving Ahmed with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation (King of the Ring 96 - 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI)
- King of the Ring Finals: Steve Austin pinned Jake Roberts with the Stunner at 4:28; early in the bout, WWF President Gorilla Monsoon came out to check on Roberts, after he had been injured in the semi-finals, and to see if he wanted to go through with the match or give up; Roberts opted to continue; during the coronation speech held immediately after the bout, Austin coined the phrase "Austin 3:16" as an injured Roberts was helped backstage (King of the Ring 96 - 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) pinned Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette & Diana Hart Smith) at 26:25 with the superkick after an elbow off the top; after the match, Ahmed Johnson and the Ultimate Warrior saved the champion from Owen Hart, Smith, and Vader; Mr. Perfect was the original referee for the title bout but was made the outside referee before the bout by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon, while Earl Hebner was the official inside the ring (King of the Ring 96 - 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI) - WWF Tag Team Champion Steve Austin fought WWF Tag Team Champion Shawn Michaels to a double disqualification at 22:28 after Austin hit the Stunner on referee Tim White and Michaels superkicked referee Mike Chioda before Earl Hebner stopped the match; early in the match, a Special Olympian made it past the barricade, with security stopping him and Michaels briefly going to the floor to make sure he was OK; moments later, Michaels returned to the floor to escort the man and security to the aisle, with the man's mother running out to watch him as well; after the match, Austin attempted to come off the middle turnbuckle with one of the title belts but Michaels saw him coming and avoided it; two more referees, Pat Patterson, and Tony Garea then came out to break up the fight; Michaels and Austin then left the ring together, neither man trusting the other (King of the Ring 97 - 6/8/97; Providence, RI)
- KOTR Finals: Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) pinned Mankind with the Pedigree at 19:24 after hitting the Pedigree through the commentary table with Chyna then smashing the sceptor over Mankind's head (King of the Ring 97 - 6/8/97; Providence, RI)
- KOTR Finals: Ken Shamrock defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock via submission to the ankle lock at 14:09 following a single leg takedown (King of the Ring 98 - 6/28/98; Pittsburgh, PA)
- The Undertaker pinned Mankind in a Hell in a Cell match at 17:38 with the tombstone after dropping Mankind with an electric chair and chokeslam onto a pile of thumb tacs inside the ring; the match began on the roof of the cage where, 90 seconds into the contest, Taker threw his opponent off the top through the Spanish announce table on the floor; moments later, EMTs, Terry Funk and WWF officials Vince McMahon, Sgt. Slaughter, Tony Garea, and Dave Hebner came out to check on Mankind and to load him onto a stretcher; nearly 8 minutes later, Mankind pulled himself off the stretcher and scaled the cage to continue the match; less than 20 seconds later, the Undertaker hit a chokeslam on the roof of the cage, resulting in Mankind falling through the roof, hitting the mat, and being legitly knocked out by a steel chair which fell inside the ring on top of him; EMTs and officials again swarmed the ringside area where Taker hit a chokeslam on Terry Funk in order to buy Mankind time to recover his senses; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year and named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (King of the Ring 98 - 6/28/98; Pittsburgh, PA)
- WWF World Champion the Undertaker pinned the Rock at 19:47 with the tombstone after Triple H interfered and hit the Pedigree on the challenger as Rock used the champion's own ether-soaked rag on Taker (King of the Ring 99 - 6/27/99; Greensboro, NC)
- The Rock, the Undertaker, & Kane defeated WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon), Vince & Shane McMahon at 17:55 when Rock pinned Vince with the Rock Bottom as Vince ran the ropes in hopes of hitting his own People's Elbow; late in the bout, Kane prevented the Rock from hitting the People's Elbow on Vince and hit a chokeslam on him, then hitting the tombstone on Triple H before Taker pulled him out of the ring and hit him over the head with a steel chair; moments thereafter, Taker hit a chokeslam on Shane from the top rope through the ringside commentary table; due to pre-match stipulations that stated if a member of Triple H's team was pinned, the winner of the fall would win the title, the Rock became the new champion; had Triple H's team won, the winner of the KOTR would have received a world title shot at Fully Loaded (King of the Ring 2000 - 6/25/00; Boston, MA)
- KOTR Finals: Kurt Angle pinned WWF IC Champion Rikishi in a non-title match with a belly to belly suplex off the top at 5:58 (King of the Ring 2000 - 6/25/00; Boston, MA)
- WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy pinned X-Pac at 7:12 with the Swanton after shoving the challenger off the top; X-Pac originally won the match at 6:06 with the X-Factor but the referee noticed the champion's foot on the rope and had the match continue (King of the Ring 01 - 6/24/01; East Rutherford, NJ)
- King of the Ring Finals: Edge pinned Kurt Angle with a DDT at 10:20 after Shane McMahon came through the crowd and speared Angle after the referee was knocked down; prior to the bout, Angle cut an in-ring promo telling Edge the right thing for him to do would be to forfeit the match so that Angle could be fresh when he fought Shane later in the show, with Edge then attacking Angle in response; late in the bout, Christian briefly came ringside and accidentally distracted the referee as Edge had Angle covered (King of the Ring 01 - 6/24/01; East Rutherford, NJ)
- Kurt Angle pinned Shane McMahon in a streetfight at 25:58 following an Olympic Slam off the top, as Angle stood on a piece of wood laid across the top rope; late in the bout, Angle shattered part of the entrance stage by suplexing Shane through one area and then throwing him head-first through another; after the match, McMahon was helped backstage by referees (King of the Ring 01 - 6/24/01; East Rutherford, NJ)
- KOTR Finals: Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam in a non-title match by catching RVD coming off the top and hitting the F5 at 5:42 after interference from Heyman; due to pre-match stipulations which stated the winner of the KOTR tournament would earn a world title shot at Summer Slam, Lesnar was made the #1 contender (King of the Ring 02 - 6/23/02; Columbus, OH)
- Kurt Angle defeated Hulk Hogan via submission with the ankle lock at 12:08 after avoiding the legdrop (King of the Ring 02 - 6/23/02; Columbus, OH)
- King of the Ring Finals: Booker T (w/ Sharmell) pinned Bobby Lashley at 9:15 with the scissors kick after Finlay interfered and hit Lashley in the face with his shillelagh as Sharmell distracted the referee; after the bout, Booker and Sharmell celebrated at the entranceway, with Booker putting on the King of the Ring robe and crown until Lashley speared him out of the throne (Judgment Day 06 - 5/21/06; Phoenix, AZ)
- King of the Ring Finals: William Regal defeated CM Punk via submission with the Regal Stretch at 4:06 following a knee to the head; after the bout, Regal sat in the throne on the stage (4/21/08; Greenville, SC)
- King of the Ring Finals: Sheamus pinned John Morrison at 12:05 with the kick to the face and crucifix powerbomb; Miss USA 2010 Rima Fakih was introduced before the bout as the guest ring announcer, and came out to Usher's "Oh My Gosh;" during her entrance, it was noted Fakih was a WWE fan and attended WrestleMania 23; after the bout, Fakih presented Sheamus with his robe, throne, and crown; moments later, Sheamus took the mic and briefly addressed the fans (11/29/10; Philadelphia, PA)

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