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TLC 2012 (1/15/13)

The Best of Raw & Smackdown 2012 (1/29/13)
- Kane fought Zack Ryder to a no contest in a falls count anywhere match at around the 12-minute mark when, after Kane dropped Ryder with a chokeslam through the stage and then stalked Eve, John Cena appeared at the entrance and scared Kane off; Ryder's ribs were heavily taped for the bout; stipulations stated Cena couldn't interfere in the match or Ryder would never get a WWE US Title rematch; after the bout, Ryder was placed on a backboard and in a neckbrace; following the commercial break, Ryder was taken backstage on a stretcher and placed into the back of an ambulance; Cena then said he would take care of it, with Eve blaming Cena, telling him it was all his fault, and she was riding in the ambulance with Ryder; Josh Matthews then interviewed Cena about what just happened, with Cena glaring at him and slapping the mic out of his hand; Cena then glared at the cameraman as the show went to commercial; Dean Malenko appeared on camera while Ryder was helped backstage; the segment of the stage was roped off for the remainder of the show (1/23/12; Phoenix, AZ)
- World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan defeated WWE World Champion CM Punk via disqualification at 15:05 after Chris Jericho pulled Bryan out of the ring and threw him into the barricade, then slid into the ring and dropped Punk with the Code Breaker; neither title was at stake in the match (1/30/12; Kansas City, MO)
- Randy Orton pinned Wade Barrett in a No DQ match at 16:55 with a RKO onto a steel chair, moments after a regular RKO (1/31/12; Omaha, NE)
- Randy Orton, Sheamus, & the Big Show defeated World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan (w/ AJ), WWE IC Champion Cody Rhodes, & Mike Mizanin at around the 13-minute mark when Orton pinned Miz with the RKO; late in the match, Show chased Rhodes backstage; after the bout, Kane dragged Orton to the floor, with the two brawling at ringside and into the crowd (3/6/12; Uncasville, CT)
- WWE US Champion Santino Marella defeated Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger at 6:52 by pinning Swagger with the Cobra after the challenger missed a charge into the corner; prior to the bout, Vickie Guerrero introduced both challengers from the entrance stage and then supported them at ringside during the bout; after the contest, Marella was double teamed before he walked up the stage, with Brodus Clay walking out and standing side by side with Marella; Ziggler then ran after Clay only to sustain a headbutt that sent him reeling down the ramp; moments later, Santino, Brodus, Naomi, and Cameron danced at the entrance stage (4/2/12; Miami, FL)
- Randy Orton pinned Kane in a No DQ match with the RKO at 13:52 after Kane hit an exposed turnbuckle (4/3/12; Orlando, FL)
- WWE World Champion CM Punk pinned Mark Henry in a No DQ, no count-out match at 13:12 with an elbow drop off the top, using a steel chair (4/16/12; London, England)
- R-Truth & Kofi Kingston defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Primo Colon & Epico (w/ Rosa Mendes) at 7:03 to win the titles when Kingston pinned Epico with the spin kick to the face after Truth dropped Epico throat-first across the top rope; during the match, it was noted WWE.com had just broken news that Nikki & Brie Bella had been fired (4/30/12; Dayton, OH)
- World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus pinned Randy Orton in a non-title match with a roll up after avoiding the RKO at around the 21-minute mark; after the match, Orton extended his hand to Sheamus, with Sheamus shaking it before Orton dropped him with the RKO (5/15/12; Hershey, PA)
- The Big Show fought Brodus Clay (w/ Cameron & Naomi) to a no contest; upon his entrance, Show took the mic and said Clay was as much of a sell out as him, then comparing Clay to Doink the Clown before adding Doink, unlike Clay, actually had talent; after Show assaulted Clay at ringside, Show fought off WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston & R-Truth before kicking apart the commentary table; Show then used part of the table to twice hit Clay across the back and easily manhandled Kingston & Truth while knocking Clay out with a punch; moments later, Show and John Laurinaitis held up their hands at the entrance stage as the show ended; moments later, Clay was taken backstage on a stretcher (5/28/12; New Orleans, LA)
- Dolph Ziggler defeated Jack Swagger, WWE IC Champion Christian, and the Great Khali in an elimination match at 12:20; prior to the bout, Guerrero introduced both Ziggler and Swagger from the entrance stage; stipulations stated the winner would challenge World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus Sunday at No Way Out; the three pinned Khali at 1:52 after Christian hit the frog splash; Ziggler pinned Swagger at 8:38 after Christian hit Swagger with the Killswitch; Ziggler pinned Christian with the Zig Zag after Christian landed on his injured ankle; after the bout, Sheamus appeared on the entrance stage and held up the title belt in Ziggler's face (6/11/12; Houston, TX)
- Vader (mystery opponent) pinned Heath Slater with the Vader Bomb at 3:18; prior to the bout, Justin Roberts said Slater's opponent was a former Raw main eventer, with Slater taking the mic and saying it was "Slater time;" moments later, Vader's music began playing; during the match, the crowd chanted "You've still got it" and "Vader bomb" (Vader's surprise return after a 14-year absence) (6/11/12; Houston, TX)
- World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus pinned Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero) in a non-title match with the boot to the face at 12:26; late in the bout, there were dueling chants for both men (6/19/12; Baltimore, MD)
- Alberto Del Rio defeated Kane, Daniel Bryan, and Rey Mysterio Jr. at around the 12-minute mark by pinning Bryan after Mysterio hit the 619 on both ADR and Bryan, then the splash off the top onto Bryan before Ricardo Rodriguez pulled Mysterio to the floor; stipulations stated the winner would become the #1 contender for the World Heavyweight Title; Rodriguez served as ADR's ring announcer for the bout (7/24/12; Kansas City, MO)
- Ryback defeated Curt Hawkins & Tyler Reks in a handicap match at 2:50 by pinning Hawkins with the Samoan Drop; during his entrance, a pretaped insert promo by Ryback aired regarding the match; after the bout, Ryback chanted "Feed me more!" (8/6/12; San Antonio, TX)
- Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Cody Rhodes at around the 8-minute mark with a reversal into a roll up; during his entrance, an insert promo from Rhodes aired in which he discussed why Mysterio and Sin Cara really wear masks; after the bout, Rhodes attacked Mysterio and tried to unmask him before Sin Cara ran out and opened the door for Mysterio to hit the 619; moments later, Sin Cara put one of his own masks on Rhodes' head before then shaking Mysterio's hand (8/28/12; Green Bay, WI)
- Alberto Del Rio pinned John Cena in a falls count anywhere match at around the 14-minute mark after, as the two fought backstage, WWE World Champion CM Punk kicked Cena in the head and pulled ADR ontop of Cena for the win; during ADR's entrance, a Tout from David Otunga said he would address Ricardo Rodriguez's injuries on Smackdown; after the contest, Punk used a nearby car to drop Cena with the Go To Sleep; Punk then held up his title belt from the passenger's side; moments later, the driver's window came down to reveal Paul Heyman behind the wheel (the match began during the commercial break) (9/3/12; Chicago, IL)
- Randy Orton defeated Damien Sandow via count-out in an impromptu match at around the 8-minute mark when Sandow ran backstage; during Sandow's entrance, he cut a promo in which he complained about being put into a match without having had time to prepare for it, bragged about having not been pinned, and while fans were going to social media to call him a coward none of them had to guts to do so to his face; he then said the fans should spend less time tweeting and touting and more time reading, before being interrupted by Orton's entrance; Orton then said he already went to Booker T and said he wanted a match with Sandow; before the bell rang, Dolph Ziggler & Vickie Guerrero walked out, with Ziggler providing guest commentary for the bout; after the contest, Orton slid to the floor and confronted Ziggler; the two then fought in the ring, with Sandow running back out and sustaining the RKO as Ziggler slid out of the ring (9/4/12; Moline, IL)
- Dolph Ziggler pinned Kofi Kingston at 11:07 with the Zig Zag after throwing Kingston upside down in the corner; prior to the bout, Vickie Guerrero introduced Ziggler from the entrance stage; during Ziggler's entrance, recent tweets between the two were shown; R-Truth escorted Kingston to the ring before the match; following the entrances, Vickie and Truth had a confrontation at ringside, with Vickie having Truth's drink dumped on her before the referee ejected them both from ringside; during the bout, it was noted Criss Angel was the social media ambassador for the night's show (9/24/12; Albany, NY)
- Beth Phoenix pinned Natalya Neidhart at 4:15 with a roll over; prior to the bout, a Tout from WWE Divas Champion Eve aired in which she said she took the attack on Kaitlyn very seriously; the two shook hands to start the contest; late in the match, Natalya kicked out of the Glam Slam; after the contest, Eve appeared at the entrance stage, apologized for her accusations against Phoenix, but then suspended her indefinitely until the investigation was complete (9/25/12; Buffalo, NY)
- Ryback pinned Tensai at 1:50 with a clothesline after twice failing to hit the Samoan Drop (10/1/12; Oklahoma City, OK)
- World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus pinned Damien Sandow (w/ Cody Rhodes) in a non-title match at 15:43 with a kick to the head to both Sandow and an interfering Rhodes; Rhodes provided guest commentary for the bout (10/1/12; Oklahoma City, OK)
- WWE Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan & Kane defeated Alberto Del Rio & David Otunga in an impromptu non-title match at 4:59 when Bryan pinned Otunga with a headbutt off the top after Kane hit Otunga with a chokeslam; Ricardo Rodriguez served as ADR's ring announcer for the match; after the contest, Bryan & Kane argued about who was the tag team champions (10/2/12; Tulsa, OK)
- WWE World Champion CM Punk (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero) in a non-title match with the Go To Sleep at around the 10-minute mark (10/2/12; Tulsa, OK)
- Vince McMahon fought WWE World Champion CM Punk (w/ Paul Heyman) to a no contest in a non-title match at around the 9-minute mark; during McMahon's entrance, Punk jumped him from behind at ringside; during the match, Punk at one point put on a headset at the commentary table and yelled "What a maneuver!"; at the 6-minute mark, McMahon took a kendo stick, punched Heyman, and took possession of the title belt, keeping Punk from entering the ring to take it back; moments later, Punk grabbed his own kendo stick, leading to the two trading blows in the ring; during the closing moments of the match, Punk had McMahon up for the Go To Sleep before Ryback ran out, scaring Punk to the floor; moments later, John Cena appeared and tossed Punk back into the ring, where he narrowly escaped Ryback's Shell Shocked; Punk then escaped through the crowd, with McMahon then taking a mic and telling Punk he had a week to decide who he would face at Hell in a Cell -- Cena or Ryback -- and if he didn't decide then McMahon would decide for him (10/8/12; Sacramento, CA)
- Dolph Ziggler pinned WWE Tag Team Champion Daniel Bryan at 14:01 with a Zig Zag from the middle turnbuckle after Bryan chanted "No" as WWE Tag Team Champion Kane had the crowd chant "Yes" to encourage Bryan; Kane came ringside early in the match to support Bryan (10/22/12; East Rutherford, NJ)
- John Cena & Ryback defeated WWE World Champion CM Punk (w/ Paul Heyman) & Dolph Ziggler at 10:15 when Ryback pinned Punk with Shellshocked; following Punk's entrance, he took the mic and complained about losing his team at Survivor Series and said Vince McMahon was out to "screw his most talented performer at Survivor Series;" during the bout, there were dueling chants of "Let's go, Cena" and "Cena sucks;" after the bout, Ryback chanted "Feed me more" while looking at Cena (11/5/12; Birmingham, England)
- Randy Orton pinned Alberto Del Rio in a falls count anywhere match at 12:46 with a RKO onto the steel steps, inside the ring, after ADR attempted to hit Orton with a steel chair but struck the steps instead; Ricardo Rodriguez served as ADR's ring announcer for the bout (11/6/12; Birmingham, England)

The Very Best of WCW Monday Nitro Vol. 2 (2/12/13)
- WCW US Champion Sting fought Ric Flair to a no contest (9/4/95; Mall of America)
- Arn Anderson (w/ Woman) pinned Hulk Hogan at 9:15 after hitting Hogan in the eye with Miss Elizabeth's high heel shoe after Woman threw powder into Hogan's face; WCW World Champion Ric Flair & Elizabeth came ringside at around the 6:30 mark; after the match, Randy Savage came out and helped Hogan clear the ring of Flair and Anderson (2/12/96; Tampa, FL)
- The Road Warriors defeated Rick & Scott Steiner (the Steiners' surprise return after a more than 3-year absence) (3/11/96; Winston Salem, NC)
- Dean Malenko pinned Jushin Liger (w/ Sonny Onoo) at around the 8:50 mark with a double underhook into a sit-down powerbomb; prior to the bout, it was noted Shinjiro Ohtani was the new WCW Cruiserweight Champion, would debut on WCW TV with the title during the weekend of May 18, and would defend the belt as part of Slamboree; during the bout, it was announced Randy Savage had been ejected from the building by police; moments later, Ric Flair, wearing a tuxedo, Elizabeth, & Woman appeared and took their seat at the Horsemen's VIP table near the entrance stage (5/6/96; Daytona Beach, FL)
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Juventud Guerrera at around the 9-minute mark with a hurricanrana off the top; during the bout, Tony Schiavone said it would be revealed in the coming weeks as to what the nWo's demands would be coming off their win at Wargames; late in the bout, footage was shown outside the arena of nWo fans with signs and fliers; Mike Tenay provided guest commentary for the bout (9/16/96; Asheville, NC)
- WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Diamond Dallas Page pinned Jeff Jarrett at around the 10:30 mark after WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall ran out and, as WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash distracted referee Randy Anderson from the floor, Hall dropped Jarrett with the Outsider's Edge; Hall & Nash then left ringside with Hall giving the DDP hand sign; after the contest, Gene Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Page in which he said he didn't need the nWo, compared them to a broad that wouldn't leave him alone, and said no one wanted the US title more than him (12/9/96; Charlotte, NC)
- Ric Flair defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall via disqualification (6/2/97; Dayton, OH)
- WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 1:48 by placing one foot on his chest after hitting the powerbomb; after the bout, Nash dropped Mysterio twice more with the powerbomb and knocked out the referee before Konnan came out to the ring; after a brief staredown, Nash left ringside as Konnan attacked Mysterio's knee; after the commercial break, Mysterio was placed on a stretcher and taken backstage (6/30/97; Las Vegas, NV)
- La Parka (Diamond Dallas Page under a mask) pinned Randy Savage at 3:10 with the Diamond Cutter; after the bout, La Parka took off his mask to reveal himself as DDP (7/7/97; Memphis, TN)
- Bill Goldberg pinned Hugh Morrus with the Jackhammer at 2:43; late in the bout, Goldberg kicked out of Morrus' moonsault; after the bout, Gene Okerlund attempted to interview Goldberg in the aisle but Goldberg walked off (Goldberg's TV debut) (9/22/97; Salt Lake City, UT)
- Booker T (w/ Jacquline) pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) at around the 8:30 mark with a roll up after Steve McMichael came ringside, cornered Debra on the floor, and then punched Jarrett in the face (Jarrett's last match for 2 years) (10/6/97; Minneapolis, MN)
- WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Public Enemy in a streetfight (11/3/97; Philadelphia, PA)
- Randy Savage defeated Booker T (12/15/97; Charlotte, NC)
- Rey Mysterio Jr., Juventud Guerrera, & Hector Garza defeated La Parka, Psychosis, & Silver King when Mysterio pinned King with a hurricanrana (12/22/97; Macon, GA)
- WCW US Champion Dallas Page defeated Chris Jericho (1/5/98; Georgia Dome)
- Hulk Hogan, WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Scott Hall defeated WCW World Champion Sting, the Giant, & Randy Savage (3/9/98; Winston Salem, NC)
- Bill Goldberg pinned WCW US Champion Raven to win the title at 4:56 with the Jackhammer, despite interference from the Flock; late in the bout, Raven attempted to escape through the crowd but was pushed back over the guardrail by fans (Goldberg's record: 75-0) (4/20/98; Colorado Springs, CO)
- Lex Luger & Kevin Nash defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & the Giant via disqualification (6/1/98; Washington DC)
- Eddie Guerrero defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. (12/21/98; St. Louis, MO)
- Bam Bam Bigelow fought Scott Hall to a no contest in a ladder match (1/25/99; Dallas, TX)
- Roddy Piper pinned WCW US Champion Bret Hart to win the title (2/8/99; Buffalo, NY)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WCW World Champion Randy Savage to win the title (7/12/99; Jacksonville, FL)
- Kevin Nash & Scott Hall defeated WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW World Champion Bret Hart & Bill Goldberg to win the titles (12/13/99; New Orleans, LA)
- Sting defeated Vampiro in a House of Pain match (5/15/00; Biloxi, MS)
- Shane Helms defeated Shannon Moore (2/26/01; New Orleans, LA)
- WCW U.S. Champion Booker T pinned WCW World Champion Scott Steiner (w/ Madajah) with the Book End to win the title at 5:11 after avoiding a powerbomb attempt; both titles were at stake in the match (3/26/01; Panama City, FL)

Royal Rumble 2013 (2/26/13)

Bret Hitman Hart: The Dungeon Collection (3/5/13)
- North American Champion Bret Hart defeated the Dynamite Kid in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #2: Bret won via disqualification when Dynamite suplexed him over the top to the floor (joined in progress) (12/78)
- Bret Hart fought Buzz Sawyer to a 10-minute time-limit draw (9/79)
- Bret Hart defeated North American Champion Leo Burke via disqualification after Burke collided with the referee; Bret originally won the match and title with a piledriver, with a second referee counting the pinfall; moments later, the initial referee came to and disqualified Burke; after the match, Hart was interviewed in the ring in which he said he was still going after Burke and the title (joined in progress) (1/83)
- The Dynamite Kid pinned Bret Hart at 12:25 by blocking a suplex into the ring and reversing it into a roll up; after the bout, Jim Neidhart helped in double teaming Dynamite until Davey Boy Smith made the save (9/14/85; Capital Centre)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) defeated the Islanders at 18:22 when Bret pinned Tama after Davis interfered and reversed Tama's small package attempt behind the referee's back (3/14/87; Spectrum)
- Andre the Giant pinned Bret Hart at around the 8-minute mark with an elbow drop after throwing Bret off the middle turnbuckle; Bret put up very little offense in the contest (4/10/89; Milan, Italy)
- Mr. Perfect fought Bret Hart to a 20-minute time-limit draw; prior to the match, Hart gave his silver glasses to a ringside fan, an older woman who gave him a rose; moments later, Hennig kicked the rose off the ring apron to the floor; after the bout, Hart challenged Perfect to 5 more minutes, with the two brawling until Hart knocked Perfect to the floor; the bell rang as Hart had Hennig covered following an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle (4/23/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart via count-out at 13:15 when all four men began brawling in the floor but Akeem was able to return to the ring before the 10-count; after the contest, the Hart Foundation attacked their opponents, handcuffed Slick to the ring rope, and left ringside with the key (5/17/89; Duluth, MN)
- Tiger Mask II fought Bret Hart to a 20-minute time-limit draw; the bell rang as Tiger Mask ducked a clothesline and covered Hart with a crossbody (4/13/90; Tokyo Dome)
- Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) defeated WWF IC Champion Bret Hart via count-out at 19:18 when Perfect pulled the champion off the ring apron behind the referee's back as Bret attempted to get back into the ring (11/13/91; New Haven, CT)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bret Hart at 12:27 with a double axe handle and hitting Hart in the face with the urn, moments after Hart released the Sharpshooter to go after Bearer, who was holding down referee Danny Davis (1/31/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart pinned Bam Bam Bigelow with a victory roll out of the corner at 20:38; prior to the bout, Hart was interviewed backstage about his title history, with Hart saying he had done it all in the WWF and didn't like to lose (4/25/93; Milan, Italy)
- WWF IC Champion Diesel (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) via disqualification at 22:51 when Neidhart broke the cover following the powerbomb; Michaels had interfered moments earlier, hitting Hart from behind with the world title belt which prompted Neidhart to make the save; after the bout, Diesel and Michaels continued to pound on Hart while Neidhart left ringside immediately after the bell had rung; Bret had announced weeks earlier that he would have a family member at ringside but did not let on that it was Neidhart (Neidhart's return after a 2-year absence) (King of the Ring 94 - 6/19/94; Baltimore, MD)
- Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart via submission with the Sharpshooter in a no holds barred match at around the 12-minute mark after avoiding a missile dropkick and hitting a catapult into the top turnbuckle; after the match, Bret kept the hold applied until a number of officials swarmed the ring (3/13/95; Stockton, CA)
- Bret Hart defeated Jean Pierre Lafitte at 16:37 via submission with the Sharpshooter after both men collided; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Lafitte stealing Hart's glasses and jacket over the previous month; Lafitte came to the ring wearing Hart's jacket; after Lafitte's entrance, Hart cut a backstage interview regarding the upcoming match; Hart made his entrance through the In Your House stage front door instead of the regular entranceway; after the match, Hart regained possession of his jacket (In Your House 3 - 9/24/95; Saginaw, MI)
- Bret Hart pinned Steve Austin with an inside cradle at 19:56 after kicking off the turnbuckle to make a reversal; prior to the bout, both men gave comments about the upcoming match, with Austin saying it took him 8 months and a flight to South Africa for Hart to face him and Hart saying it was his last official match with the WWF and while he could leave the company he alluded that he wouldn't; following Austin's entrance, he took the mic and threatened Owen Hart to not mess with his match; after his statement drew applause from the fans, Austin said he would "whip Bret Hart's ass" and then the crowd's too (9/14/96; Sun City, South Africa)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated the Patriot by reversing the challenger's Sharpshooter into his own for the submission victory at 19:18; Davey Boy Smith and Vader interfered on the floor during the match but were eventually sent backstage (In Your House: Ground Zero - 9/7/97; Louisville, KY)
- WCW US Champion Bret Hart pinned Booker T (1/25/99; Dallas, TX)
- WCW World Title Tournament Semi-Finals: Bret Hart defeated Sting via submission with the Sharpshooter at 10:06 after beating Sting's injured leg to get out of the Scorpion Deathlock; Hart originally won the match via disqualification at 7:32 when, after referee Mickey Jay was knocked out, Lex Luger, with Elizabeth, came out and hit Sting in the leg with his baseball bat before Hart locked Luger in the Sharpshooter; Hart then argued he didn't want to win the match that way so the bout continued; after the match, the two men shook hands (Mayhem - 11/21/99; Toronto, Ontario)

The Marine 3 (3/5/13)

The Undertaker: Dead or Alive Double Feature (3/12/13)

WrestleMania (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 2 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 3 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 4 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 5 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 6 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 7 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 8 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 9 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 10 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 11 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 12 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 13 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 14 (3/12/13)

WrestleMania 15 (3/12/13)

Elimination Chamber 2013 (3/19/13)

For All Mankind: The Life and Career of Mick Foley (4/16/13)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Les Thornton & Jack Foley (Mick Foley) when Dynamite pinned Foley after a back suplex from the middle rope at 3:42 (8/26/86; Providence, RI)
- Cactus Jack & Gary Young vs. Scott Steiner & Billy Travis
- Cactus Jack Manson vs. Brickhouse Brown
- Cactus Jack (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned Keith Hart at 5:37 following an elbow drop from the apron, over the guard rail, to the floor (2/22/90; Center Stage Theatre)
- WCW US Champion Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a submit or surrender match at 12:57 when the referee stopped the match as Cactus, knocked out, was caught in the Scorpion Deathlock outside the ring; Sting came out with the title belt and was announced as champion; by the time the match aired, he had lost the title; moments earlier in the match, Sting knocked Cactus to the floor, with Cactus landing with his head on the concrete
- Cactus Jack pinned Van Hammer in falls count anywhere match at around the 10-minute mark after Abdullah the Butcher, dressed as a cowboy, accidentally hit Hammer with a shovel as Cactus and Hammer brawled outside the arena and into an animal stall; after the bout, Cactus and Abdullah brawled until Abdullah grabbed Missy Hyatt - who was covering the fight with a camera crew - and dunked her in a horse trough (Clash of the Champions XVIII - 1/21/92; Topeka, KS)
- Cactus Jack pinned ECW World Champion the Sandman (w/ Woman) in a non-title barbed wire match at 12:14; the ring ropes were replaced with barbed wire for the bout; pre-match stipulations stated Cactus would become the #1 contender to the title if he won (5/5/95; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
- Shane Douglas pinned Cactus Jack at 15:40 when Mikey Whipwreck interfered as Cactus was caught in a figure-4 and hit Cactus in the head with a steel chair; late in the contest, Douglas handcuffed Cactus' hands behind his back and repeatedly hit him over the head with a steel chair, with Cactus calling out to Vince McMahon and Whipwreck for help; Cactus wore an Eric Bischoff t-shirt for the match; Brian Hildebrand was the referee for the bout (Cyberslam 96 - 2/17/96; ECW Arena)
- Mankind defeated Rocky Maivia via submission after rolling through a flying crossbody by Maivia and applying the Mandible Claw (In Your House: Cold Day in Hell - 5/11/97; Richmond, VA)
- Mankind fought Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) to a double count-out at 13:09 when the two began a lengthy brawl in the crowd which continued backstage, despite intervention from referees and officials (In Your House: Canadian Stampede - 7/6/97; Calgary, Alberta)
- Dude Love defeated Rocky Maivia via disqualification at 4:22 when the Nation broke Dude's pin attempt after hitting the Sweet Shin Music (11/11/97; Cornwall, Ontario)
- 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)
- Kane & Mankind defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles after D-Lo Brown came through the crowd and hit a frog splash, wearing his steel chest protector, as DX and the Nation brawled around ringside (7/13/98; East Rutherford, NJ)
- Mankind defeated WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ Vince & Shane McMahon) at 13:33 with the Mandible Claw; at the 10-minute mark, Vince ordered referee Mike Chioda to disqualify the challenger for a minor technicality, which resulted in Mankind hitting a piledriver on the referee to prevent the match stopping; moments later, the challenger also assaulted the time keeper so that McMahon could not order the match to be over; after the bout, Vince stated that Mankind was the winner of the match but since the Rock was not pinned nor did he submit, he was still the champion; moments later, Mankind put the Mr. Socko Mandible Claw on Vince before sustaining a chair shot to the back from Shane; Mankind no-sold the chair and reapplied the hold before Shane once again used the chair; Mankind then applied the move on Shane before hitting a running knee to the corner on Vince and fighting off Pat Patterson and Jerry Brisco; moments later, the Big Bossman and Ken Shamrock came out to help the Rock triple team Mankind (In Your House: Rock Bottom - 12/13/98; Vancouver, British Columbia)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & Mankind defeated WWF World Champion Triple H & Shane McMahon when the Rock pinned Triple H with the Rock Bottom and People's Elbow after Billy Gunn interfered and hit the Fameasser on the world champion (8/31/99; Worcester, MA)
- Mankind pinned Al Snow in a falls count anywhere match after the Rock hit Snow with a chair backstage (12/14/99; Tallahassee, FL)
- WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Cactus Jack in a Hell in a Cell match at 23:58 with the Pedigree; moments earlier, the champion backdropped Cactus on top of the cell, sending him through the ceiling, and partially through the mat as Cactus attempted a piledriver onto a flaming 2x4 wrapped in barbed wire; due to pre-match stipulations, Mick Foley was forced to retire; after the bout, medics came out with a stretcher to help Cactus backstage but he refused help and walked backstage under his own power (No Way Out 2000 - 2/27/00; Hartford, CT)

For All Mankind: The Life and Career of Mick Foley (limited edition version) (4/16/13)

The Best of In Your House (4/30/13)
- Bret Hart pinned Hakushi (w/ Shinja) at 14:41 with a reverse roll up out of a waist lock; prior to the bout, Hart dedicated the night's performance to his mother since it was Mothers Day; during the match, Jerry Lawler was shown watching backstage on a monitor; after the contest, Hart appeared to injure his leg as he jumped to the floor (the end of Hakushi's 6-month undefeated streak) (5/14/95; Syracuse, NY)
- Shawn Michaels pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) to win the title with the superkick at 19:57 after the Roadie accidentally tripped the champion as he ran the ropes, thinking it was Michaels; during the bout, Vince McMahon's headset temporarily went out, forcing Jerry Lawler to call the match himself (Jarrett's last appearance for 5 months; Roadie's last appearance for over a year) (7/23/95; Nashville, TN)
- Razor Ramon pinned WWF IC Champion Dean Douglas at 11:01 to win the title with a back suplex, even though Douglas' foot was outside the ring during the cover; immediately prior to the match, Douglas was awarded the championship by WWF President Gorilla Monsoon due to Michaels not being able to defend the title due to injuries sustained in a beating he took outside a nightclub in Syracuse, NY (10/22/95; Winnipeg, Manitoba)
- Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Henry Godwinn at 8:58 in an Arkansas Hog Pen match by backdropping Henry into the hog pen; prior to the entrances, Hillbilly Jim was introduced as the surprise guest referee, with Jim then taking the mic and talking about the match; after the bout, Godwinn hit a gorilla press slam on Helmsley into the slop and then slammed him in it before celebrating with Jim; moments later, Helmsley repeatedly tried to stand up in the hog pen but kept slipping and falling back into it (12/17/95; Hershey, PA)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette & Diana Hart Smith) at 21:09 with an Oklahoma side roll after kicking the challenger in the face as he ran towards the corner; during the bout, it was announced the Undertaker would challenge for the title at the Royal Rumble; after the match, Todd Pettingill conducted a backstage interview with Taker & Paul Bearer regarding the upcoming title shot; moments later, Diesel interrupted, upset that he wasn't getting the shot and confronting Taker; the closing shot of the show was the two men nose to nose (12/17/95; Hershey, PA)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Diesel in a no holds barred match at 17:52 after landing a low blow, hitting Diesel with Mad Dog Vachon's prosthetic leg - which the challenger ripped off Vachon as he sat at ringside - and hit the superkick; earlier in the bout, Diesel powerbombed Michaels through the announce table; prior to the match, Michaels was escorted to the ring by Jose Lothario (4/28/96; Omaha, NE)
- WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 26:20 when Vader interfered as Michaels had the challenger covered; moments thereafter, Michaels sent Vader to the floor where Psycho Sid came out and brawled with Vader to the backstage area; Michaels was soon knocked out after being hit by Paul Bearer with the urn and later sustained the Mandible Claw from Mankind; the Undertaker then came out of Mankind's casket, which was brought ringside before the match, and stalked Mankind backstage (9/22/96; Philadelphia, PA)
- Steve Austin pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley (sub. for Savio Vega) with the Stunner at 15:30; prior to the bout, Kevin Kelly conducted a backstage interview with Austin regarding Helmsley replacing Vega and Bret Hart returning the following night on Raw; mid-way through the match, Mr. Perfect appeared ringside to take Helmsley's valet backstage; after passing Austin on the floor, Austin confronted Perfect and later threw water in his face before backing off and Perfect leaving ringside with the valet; during the match, Jim Ross' audio went in and out, which he blamed on Vince McMahon (10/20/96; Indianapolis, IN)
- The Undertaker defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) in a Buried Alive match at 18:25; after the match, the Executioner attacked the Undertaker from behind with a shovel - with Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Justin Bradshaw, Goldust, Crush, Mankind, and the Executioner (Terry Gordy) then burying the Undertaker; as the show was about to go off the air, a lightning bolt shot down from the ceiling before the Undertaker's hand was seen coming out of the dirt (Terry Gordy's surprise return after a 12-year absence) (10/20/96; Indianapolis, IN)
- Bret Hart defeated Vader (w/ Paul Bearer), the Undertaker, and Steve Austin in a Final Four match by last eliminating Taker at 24:06 to win the vacant WWF World Title; pre-match stipulations stated that eliminations could occur via pinfall, submission, or by tossing your opponent over the top to the floor; early in the bout, Taker busted Vader's eye after hitting him in the face with the steel ringsteps; during the bout, Psycho Sid - who would challenge the winner the following night on Monday Night Raw - was shown watching the match backstage; Hart eliminated Austin by throwing him over the top at 18:09; Austin returned minutes later to attack Bret; Taker eliminated Vader at 22:33 by knocking him off the top as he attempted a moonsault on Taker; Hart eliminated Taker with a clothesline after Taker knocked an interfering Austin off the apron; after the bout, Sid interrupted Hart's celebratory fireworks and confronted Hart in the ring as the show came to a close (2/16/97; Chattanooga, TN)
- Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith, Jim Neidhart, & Brian Pillman defeated Steve Austin, Goldust, Ken Shamrock, & the Legion of Doom at 24:30 when Owen pinned Austin with a roll up as Austin was distracted by several of the Hart brothers at ringside; Owen was taken out of the match early on after Austin attacked his knee with a chair; Austin was taken out of the bout moments later after a ring post figure-4 by Bret; both men returned towards the end of the contest; after the match, Austin was handcuffed and led from ringside while the entire Hart Family celebrated inside the ring (7/6/97; Calgary, Alberta)
- The Undertaker fought Shawn Michaels to a no contest at 16:02 when each participant beat up a referee and Hunter Hearst Helmsley & Chyna interfered on behalf of Michaels; prior to the match beginning, the Undertaker attacked the referee when he got in the way of Michaels, which led to a several minute chase throughout the ringside area until a replacement referee was sent to the ring and the match officially began; after the match, each man was held back by numerous wrestlers until the Undertaker dove over the top rope onto Michaels and a host of heel wrestlers (9/7/97; Louisville, KY)
- Steve Austin, WWF European Champion Owen Hart, Cactus Jack, & Terry Funk defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna), Savio Vega (sub. for WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels), & WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn in an unsanctioned match when Austin pinned Road Dogg with the Stunner; after the bout, Austin hit Chyna with the Stunner as well (2/15/98; Houston, TX)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) to win the titles at 17:27 when the Undertaker pinned Kane with a chokeslam and a tombstone (7/26/98; Fresno, CA)
- WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock defeated Mankind at 14:35 when, after Shamrock applied the ankle lock on the challenger, Mankind put himself in the Mandible Claw until he passed out; after the bout, Shamrock continued to stomp away at Mankind and knocked out the referee as well; moments later, Mankind made it to his feet and put Shamrock in the Mr. Socko Mandible Claw (10/18/98; Chicago, IL)
- WWF World Champion Mankind fought the Rock to a draw in a Last Man Standing match at 21:54 after both men simultaneously hit each other with a steel chair; after the match, both participants were taken out of the ring on a stretcher into waiting ambulances backstage (2/14/99; Memphis, TN)

WrestleMania 29 (5/14/13)

The Top 25 WWE Rivalries (5/28/13)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Cyndi Lauper) defeated Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) via disqualification at 7:40 after Paul Orndorff, who came ringside midway through the contest, joined Piper in attacking the champion after the referee was knocked out; moments later, as Piper and Orndorff prepared to knock Cyndi Lauper off the ring apron, Mr. T - who was sitting ringside for the event - came out of his seat and into the ring where he and Hogan faced off against Piper and Orndorff until officials and police swarmed the ring; prior to the bout, Piper came to the ring wearing a Hulk Hogan t-shirt and smashed a guitar in the ring to show what he thought of rock ‘n’ roll; Orton wore a sling on his arm as a result of his match against Jimmy Snuka earlier in the show; after the match, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T, Albano, and Lauper; Bob Costas introduced the participants prior to the contest (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Magnum TA defeated NWA US Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Baby Doll) in an I Quit steel cage match to win the title at around the 15-minute mark when the challenger drove a broken piece of wood into the champion's forehead until Blanchard submitted (11/28/85; Greensboro Coliseum)
- Bruiser Brody pinned Abdullah the Butcher (w/ Gary Hart) in a steel cage match at 8:04 after guest referee Fritz Von Erich fought off an attacking Abdullah and stabbed Abdullah repeatedly with his own fork; after the match, Fritz fought off Abdullah and Hart as referee David Manning tried to pull the men apart (10/12/86; Cotton Bowl)
- Kevin & Kerry Von Erich vs. Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts (2/88)
- Hulk Hogan & WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) & Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 13:57 when Hogan pinned Dibiase with the legdrop after Savage hit the flying elbowsmash; late in the bout, Elizabeth distracted the opposing team by climbing on the ring apron and taking off her skirt, with Savage then knocking Andre to the floor leading to the finish; Jesse Ventura was the guest referee for the bout (Hogan's first TV match in 3 months) (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Mankind defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) at 18:21 with the Mandible Claw after Paul Bearer accidentally hit Taker with the urn (King of the Ring 96 - 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI)
- Taz (w/ Bill Alphonso) defeated Sabu via TKO with the Tazplex and the Tazmission at 17:48; after the bout, Taz grabbed the mic and said he had a lot of respect for Sabu and said he would be up for a rematch; the two men shook hands and raised each other's hand in a showing of respect until Rob Van Dam attacked Taz from behind; as Taz attempted to hit a Tazplex on RVD, Sabu punched him and the two double teamed Taz with Sabu eventually putting him through a table on the floor and locking on the Tazmission outside the ring; moments later, Alphonso got in the ring and took off his Team Taz t-shirt to reveal a Sabu t-shrit underneath; RVD then grabbed the mic and said promoters wanting his business should now call Alphonso for RVD's schedule, then added he loves to work Mondays (Barely Legal - 4/13/97; ECW Arena)
- Tommy Dreamer (w/ Beaulah McGillicutty) pinned Raven (w/ Lupus & Chasity) with a DDT onto a street sign after a DVD at 15:06, despite interference from Louie Spicolli; after the bout, the lights went on and off three times as Rob Van Dam, Sabu, and Jerry Lawler made surprise appearances and assaulted Dreamer, fighting off several ECW wrestlers - the Gangstas, the bWo, Axl Rotten, Balls Mahoney, the Sandman as well as Paul E Dangerously as Spicolli forced Beaulah to watch; after a lengthy beat down, all the heels left the ring when Taz appeared; Rick Rude did guest commentary with Joey Styles for the bout; moments later, Taz cut an in-ring promo telling Lawler to suck his cock until Shane Douglas, beside Francine in the crowd, cut Taz off with Taz telling him to shut up and "go fuck that little rat;" this all went on as medics attended to the injured wrestlers in the ring; Taz then said he wasn't leaving until Sabu came out and had their main event match then and there (Raven's last appearance for 2 years) (Wrestlepalooza 97 - 6/7/97; ECW Arena)
- 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 Coliseum)
- The Rock pinned WWF World Champion Triple H to win the title at 19:22 following the spinebuster and People's Elbow after Steve Austin countered the interference of Vince & Shane McMahon, Gerald Brisco, and Pat Patterson; Shane McMahon was the guest referee for the match but Earl Hebner made the pinfall (Backlash 00 - 4/30/00; Washington DC)
- WWE World Champion Kurt Angle defeated Brock Lesnar via submission with the ankle lock at 21:18 after avoiding an attempt at the F5; late in the bout, Vince McMahon came ringside and hit the champion in the back with a steel chair while the referee was knocked out; after the match, Angle avoided an attack from McMahon before dropping him onto a steel chair set up inside the ring (Summer Slam 03 - 8/24/03; Phoenix, AZ)
- 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)

The Best of WarGames (6/25/13)
- Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, the Road Warriors, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Lex Luger, & JJ Dillon in Wargames at 21:20 when Dillon submitted as Road Warrior Hawk stood on his throat (the first Wargames match) (7/4/87; Omni)
- Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, the Road Warriors, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, & the War Machine (Ray Traylor) (sub. for JJ Dillon) at 19:38 when War Machine submitted as Road Warrior Animal repeatedly rammed a spike elbowpad into War Machine's eye (7/31/87; Orange Bowl)
- Jimmy & Ron Garvin, the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering), & Steve Williams defeated Kevin Sullivan, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda, Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart), the Russian Assassin, & Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) in a Tower of Doom match when Sullivan knocked Jimmy out of the cage after Precious gave Jimmy the key to unlock it; stipulations for the bout stated a wrestler from each team would enter at 2-minute intervals and would battle down the three cages; the team to get to the bottom first would have to go through Precious, who had the only key to the lock; after the bout, Sullivan locked himself in the cage with Precious, with Jimmy then climbing back to the top of the cage and going through each level to get back to Sullivan, with Road Warrior Hawk making the save as Garvin freed Precious (Great American Bash 88 - 7/10/88; Baltimore, MD)
- Lex Luger, Steve Williams, Nikita Koloff, Dusty Rhodes, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames at 21:07 when Dillon submitted to Rhodes' figure-4, with Rhodes grabbing the bottom rope for added leverage; order of entry: Rhodes, Anderson, Windham, Williams, Flair, Luger, Blanchard, Nikita, Dillon, Ellerin (7/16/88; Greensboro Coliseum)
- The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering), Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hays & Jim Garvin, Terry Gordy, & the Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) in a Wargames match at around the 22-minute mark when Garvin submitted to a hangman's neckbreaker by Road Warrior Hawk; after the bout, the heels closed the door shut as Road Warrior Animal was assaulted inside the ring for several moments before Hawk made the save (Great American Bash 89 - 7/23/89; Baltimore, MD)
- WCW World Champion Ric Flair, Barry Windham, Sid Vicious, & Larry Zbyzsko (sub. for WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson) (w/ Arn Anderson) defeated Sting, WCW US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner, & Brian Pillman in Wargames at 22:11 when referee Nick Patrick stopped the bout after Pillman, who entered the match with an already injured shoulder, sustained two powerbombs from Vicious; moments prior to the match ending, El Gigante came ringside, ripped the cage door off, and checked on Pillman; prior to the bout, footage was shown from the previous night's episode of World Championship Wrestling in which the 4 Horsemen assaulted Pillman; after the match, El Gigante carried an unconscious Pillman backstage; moments later, Ross & Rhodes spoke with Patrick about why he stopped the match, with Patrick saying Pillman couldn't speak and he didn't want to be responsible for a wrestler's career ending prematurely (Wrestle War 91 - 2/24/91; Phoenix, AZ)
- WCW World Champion Sting, Dustin Rhodes, WCW TV Champion Barry Windham, Ricky Steamboat, & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Steve Austin, Bobby Eaton, Arn Anderson, & Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & Madusa) in Wargames at 23:24 when Eaton submitted to an armbar from Sting after Zbyzsko accidentally hit his partner with a steel bar from an unhinged turnbuckle; at the 14-minute mark, Madusa climbed on top of the cage and tossed Dangerously's phone inside the ring to be used by her team, only for Sting to climb up and scare her back down; after the match, Dangerously verbally berated Zbyzsko in the ring, with the Dangerous Alliance then blaming Zbyzsko for the loss (Sting's return from injury after a month's absence) (Wrestle War 92 - 5/17/92; Jacksonville, FL)
- Sting, Davey Boy Smith, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, & the Shockmaster (w/ Road Warrior Animal) defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race), Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Parker), & Harlem Heat in Wargames at 16:39 when Kole submitted to the Shockmaster's bearhug (Fall Brawl 93 - 9/19/93; Houston, TX)
- The Nasty Boys, Dusty & Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderson, Terry Funk, Bunkhouse Buck, & Col. Rob Parker (w/ Meng) in Wargames at 19:06 when Parker submitted after Dusty put him in a figure-4 and the Nastys repeatedly hit elbow drops on him; prior to the bout, footage recapping the feud between the Rhodes and the Stud Stable was shown, including the announcement that Parker, not Meng, would be part of Wargames; order of entry: Dustin, Anderson, Buck, Jerry Saggs, Funk, Brian Knobbs, Parker, and Dusty (Fall Brawl 94 - 9/18/94; Roanoke, VA)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart), WCW US Champion Sting, Randy Savage, & Lex Luger defeated Meng, the Zodiak, Kamala, & the Shark (w/ Kevin Sullivan) in Wargames at 18:45 when Zodiak submitted to Hogan's Camel Clutch; Hogan's team wore camouflage face paint for the match; order of entry: Sting, Shark, Zodiak, Savage, Kamala, Luger, Meng, Hogan; Savage and Luger had an altercation at the 13-minute mark after Luger accidentally knocked Savage down with a clothesline; pre-match stipulations stated Hogan would get Sullivan alone in the ring for 5 minutes if Hogan's team won; after the bout, Sullivan tried to leave ringside but Sting threw him back in the cage; Hogan assaulted Sullivan for several minutes until the Giant appeared, tossed referee Randy Anderson aside, climbed in the cage, and attacked Hogan from behind; Giant then choked the champion and wrenched his neck before he and Sullivan left ringside, with Sting, Luger, Savage, Hart, and the trainer tending to Hogan in the ring as the show went off the air (Fall Brawl 95 - 9/17/95; Asheville, NC)
- WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, & the nWo Sting (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Sting, Lex Luger, WCW US Champion Ric Flair, & Arn Anderson in Wargames at 18:18 when referees Nick Patrick and Randy Anderson called for the bell after Luger became caught in the nWo Sting's Scorpion Deathlock as Hogan had Luger in a choke; order of entry: Hall, Anderson, Nash, Luger, Hogan, Flair, nWo Sting, and Sting; the participants remained backstage until they were officially in the match; upon his entrance, Sting single-handedly laid out the nWo before walking out on his team for them not believing him; after the match, Luger crawled in the aisle, calling for Sting, until he was attacked by the nWo; moments later, Flair and Anderson brawled with the nWo as Randy Savage cornered Hogan in the ring; moments later, the Giant arrived and twice dropped Savage with the chokeslam, with Miss Elizabeth appearing and begging Hogan to leave Savage alone; as Elizabeth covered Savage's body, Hogan spraypainted "NWO" across her back; Hogan then cut an in-ring promo calling Savage and Elizabeth trash and spitting on Elizabeth; the nWo then continued to stomp Savage before the Giant spraypainted "NWO" on his back and again dropped him with the chokeslam; moments later, the nWo took over the commentary position, scaring off the commentary team, with Dibiase saying he had made some demands to WCW and, because of the Wargames win, intended to see them come true; the trainer and Elizabeth then helped Savage from the ring as the show came to a close (Fall Brawl 96 - 9/15/96; Winston-Salem, NC)
- Kevin Nash, Buff Bagwell, Syxx, & Konnan defeated Ric Flair, Curt Hennig, Chris Benoit, & WCW US Champion Steve McMichael in Wargames at 19:38 when McMichael, handcuffed to the cage along with Benoit, gave up when Nash threatened to have the cage door slammed against Flair's head after Hennig turned on his team to join the New World Order; initially Flair, Benoit, & McMichael came out alone; Hennig appeared mid-way through the match with his arm in a sling, an apparant injury sustained from the nWo earlier in the show; Hennig entered the cage as the last man and immediately gave the nWo two pair of handcuffs, which they used on Benoit and McMichael; after the bout, Hennig slammed the cage door against Flair's head anyway (Fall Brawl 97 - 9/14/97; Winston-Salem, NC)
- Diamond Dallas Page, Warrior, & Roddy Piper defeated Kevin Nash, Sting, and Lex Luger and Hulk Hogan, WCW US Champion Bret Hart, and Stevie Ray in Wargames at 20:04 when DDP pinned Stevie Ray with the Diamond Cutter; smoke filled the ring at the 16-minute mark as Hogan attacked the "Warrior," with the Warrior disappearing only to run to the ring moments later; Hogan later escaped the cage and had it locked behind him with Warrior escaping as well and brawling with Hogan to the back; after the match, DDP celebrated into the crowd; due to pre-match stiuplations, Page earned a WCW World Title shot at Halloween Havoc (Fall Brawl 98 - 9/13/98; Winston-Salem, NC)
- 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)

Payback 2013 (7/16/13)

ECW Unreleased Vol. 2 (7/30/13)
- The Tazmaniac pinned Tommy Dreamer (10/2/93; ECW Arena)
- Sabu & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & 911) defeated Terry Funk & Arn Anderson at 19:39 when Funk submitted to Sabu's half crab, moments after Anderson turned on his partner and repeatedly hit Funk across both injured knees with a steel chair after Funk accidentally hit Anderson in the head with the chair; late in the bout, ECW Tag Team Champions Public Enemy interfered and attacked Funk's knee until Anderson made the save (When Worlds Collide - 5/14/94; ECW Arena)
- Terry Funk fought Cactus Jack to a no contest when ECW Tag Team Champions Public Enemy attacked Funk, with Funk and Cactus then fighting them off, at around the 5-minute mark; the crowd initially booed the quick non-finish before Funk called them to throw chairs into the ring, with 100 to 200 chairs then being tossed into the ring (Hardcore Heaven 94 - 8/13/94; ECW Arena)
- Tommy Dreamer defeated the Sandman in an I Quit match (10/1/94; ECW Arena)
- Dean Malenko, 2 Cold Scorpio, & Cactus Jack (sub. for Chris Benoit) defeated ECW TV Champion Eddie Guerrero, Rick & Scott Steiner at 21:59 when Malenko pinned Guerrero (Wrestlepalooza 95 - 8/5/95; ECW Arena)
- Raven (w/ Stevie Richards, the Blue Meanie, & Beulah McGillicutty) pinned Tommy Dreamer at 11:31 with a DDT onto a steel chair after Dreamer fought off an interfering Richards and Meanie; prior to the bout, Richards, Meanie, and Beulah came out with Richards claiming Raven broke his leg the night before in Glenolden, PA and Dreamer would have to wrestle Meanie instead; Dreamer, after saying he knew Raven was scared and not hurt, pinned Meanie with a DDT at the 12-second mark and pinned Richards 12 seconds later following a second DDT; moments later, Dreamer grabbed Beulah and attempted to piledrive her until Raven came to the ring and attacked Dreamer from behind to start their match; the fight briefly went outside the building before continuing into the crowd; due to pre-match stipulations, Raven earned a ECW World Title shot later in the show (Holiday Hell Tour 95 - 12/29/95; Queens, NY)
- The Public Enemy defeated New Jack & Mustafa when Rocco Rock pinned Mustafa at 13:01 with the Drive By; prior to the bout, the PE cut an in-ring promo saying the ECW Arena was the house they built, with the crowd chanting both "You sold out" and "You'll be back;" after their entrance, New Jack cut a promo on the Public Enemy leaving for WCW by saying, "When you see those pussy bitches Harlem Heat, tell them I invented this" and "I called Santa Claus the other day and asked 'What do you think of Sensational Sherri?' and he said 'A ho ho ho;'" after the match, Rocco cut an in-ring promo saying they were the greatest wrestling fans in the world and the energy they gave off made them do things they normally wouldn't do and all the wrestlers in the back agreed; he then invited the wrestlers in the back to come out and have one last dance with them (PE's last appearance for 3 years) (House Party 96 - 1/5/96; ECW Arena)
- Taz defeated Chris Jericho at 3:17 via KO in a shoot fight (4/13/96; Queens, NY)
- Shane Douglas pinned ECW TV Champion 2 Cold Scorpio to win the title at 26:31 with a belly to belly suplex off the top; after the contest, Douglas took the mic and talked about the talented wrestlers he had worked with and bookers he worked for before leading a chant of ECW; Douglas and Scorpio then shook hands before Douglas said Scorpio was even better than him and said he was the best TV champion ECW had seen; Douglas said Scorpio was an example to the WWF and WCW that it's not about cartoons but it's about wrestling; Douglas then told Scorpio to show everyone about respect by putting the belt around his waist; Scorpio went to put the belt on him but instead hit him in the back of the head with the belt, dropped him with a piledriver onto the belt, and then hit a legdrop off the top onto a steel chair laid across Douglas's face (A Matter of Respect - 5/11/96; ECW Arena)
- Sabu pinned Chris Jericho at 21:44 with a triple jump moonsault; prior to the match, fans threw streamers into the ring; after the bout, the two men shook hands and hugged (8/2/96; Plymouth Meeting, PA)
- The Great Sasuke, Gran Hamada, & Gran Naniwa defeated Taka Michinoku, Dick Togo, & Mens Teioh when Sasuke pinned Michinoku (2/15/97; Revere, MA)
- ECW Tag Team Champions Perry Saturn & John Kronus defeated Big Dick & D-Von Dudley (w/ Joel Gertner & Buh Buh Ray Dudley) and New Jack & Mustafa in an elimination match at 18:09; Saturn pinned Mustafa and Kronus pinned Big Dick after the champions hit the Total Elimination on both men at the same time; the Gangstas didn't appear until 4:30 into the match; after the bout, Saturn & Kronus hit Total Elimination on Buh Buh Ray as well (The Buffalo Invasion - 5/17/97; Buffalo, NY)
- ECW TV Champion Taz, the Sandman, Tommy Dreamer, & Al Snow defeated Sabu, Rob Van Dam, Doug Furnas, & Phil Lafon (12/26/97; Queens, NY)
- ECW World Champion Shane Douglas (w/ Francine) pinned Al Snow at 13:05 by rolling through a sunset flip off the top; Chris Candido and Bam Bam Bigelow appeared ringside at the 11-minute mark, with Snow easily fighting them off; the locker room surrounded ringside at the 12-minute mark, with Snow then hitting the Snow Plow on an interfering Francine; after the bout, the other wrestlers hoisted Snow and Douglas onto their shoulders, with the two men then shaking hands as the ring filled with styrofoam heads thrown into the ring by the crowd (Wrestlepalooza 98 - 5/3/98; Marietta, GA)
- ECW TV Champion Rob Van Dam & Sabu (w/ Bill Alfonso) defeated ECW Tag Team Champions Chris Candido & Lance Storm to win the titles when Sabu pinned Candido after both challengers came off the top, RVD with the Five Star Frog Splash and Sabu with a legdrop, onto both champions (6/27/98; ECW Arena)
- FTW World Champion Taz, Sabu, and Bam Bam Bigelow battled to a 30-minute time-limit draw (8/8/98; ECW Arena)
- Spike Dudley & Balls Mahoney defeated ECW Tag Team Champions Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley (w/ Sign Guy Dudley) to win the titles at 23:15 when Balls pinned D-Von with the Nutcracker Suite; late in the bout, Buh Buh Ray put Spike through a flaming table on the floor (8/14/99; Toledo, OH)
- ECW World Champion Mike Awesome (w/ Judge Jeff Jones) pinned Rhino at 4:27 after hitting an Awesome Bomb from the ring through a table on the floor followed by a splash off the top after rolling Rhino back inside the ring (9/24/99; Plymouth, MI)
- Jerry Lynn defeated Yoshihiro Tajiri (w/ Steve Corino & Jack Victory) and Super Crazy in an elimination match at 11:00; Tajiri pinned Crazy at with a brainbuster at 6:41 after Crazy sustained Lynn's cradle piledriver; Lynn pinned Tajiri with the cradle piledriver; Lynn's ribs were heavily taped for the match; after the bout, Corino attacked Lynn until Lynn knocked Victory off the apron and hit the cradle piledriver on Corino as well (November to Remember 99 - 11/7/99; Buffalo, NY)
- ECW TV Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Mikey Whipwreck (1/28/00; Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
- ECW World Champion Justin Credible defeated Steve Corino and Jerry Lynn in an elimination match; Credible pinned Lynn; Credible pinned Corino (9/9/00; Mississauga, Ontario)

Money in the Bank 2013 (8/13/13)

The Best of WWE at Madison Square Garden (8/27/13)

Summer Slam 2013 (9/17/13)

Triple H: Thy Kingdom Come (9/24/13)
- WCW US Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Jean Paul Levesque in a non-title match at 7:30 by reversing an armbar bodyslam into an inside cradle; Steamboat had yet to win the title at the time the match was taped but did come out with the championship belt; Barry Darsow was shown at ringside during the contest; after the bout, Levesque attacked the champion, threw him to the floor, and then threw him shoulder-first into the ringpost (8/10/94; Center Stage Theatre)
- Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) pinned Dude Love with the Pedigree at 12:51 after Chyna put Helmsley's foot on the rope after he sustained the double arm DDT (One Night Only - 9/20/97; Birmingham, England)
- Triple H defeated WWF World Champion the Rock in a 60-minute Ironman match to win the title, 6 falls to 5; Shawn Michaels was the special referee for the bout; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year; fall #1: Rock pinned Triple H with the Rock Bottom at 10:44; fall #2: Triple H pinned Rock by blocking the figure-4 and hitting the Pedigree at 25:30; fall #3: Triple H pinned Rock immediately after with an inside cradle at 26:31; fall #4: Triple H pinned Rock with a piledriver at 32:27; fall #5: Rock pinned Triple H with a jumping DDT at 40:38; fall #6: Triple H is disqualified for a chair shot at 43:43; fall #7: Triple H scores the pinfall after the chair shot at 44:10; fall #8: Triple H locks on a sleeper to get the win at 47:29; fall #9: Rock won via count-out at 56:09 after hitting the Pedigree onto the commentary table; fall #10: Rock pinned Triple H with the spinebuster and People's Elbow at 58:04 after fending off Vince & Shane McMahon; fall #11: Rock is disqualified, after the 60-minute time-limit, once the Undertaker entered the ring and took out each member of the McMahon faction - including Triple H (Taker's surprise return after an 8-month absence) (Judgment Day 2000 - 5/21/00; Louisville, KY)
- Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Kurt Angle in a No DQ match at 17:23 with the Pedigree after Triple H forced Stephanie to choose between the two men and Stephanie kicked Angle in the groin from behind; Mick Foley was the special referee for the bout; prior to Triple H & Stephanie's entrance, Angle sang Happy Birthday to Stephanie; after the bout, an angry Triple H forced a kiss on Stephanie before they left ringside (Unforgiven 00 - 9/24/00; Philadelphia, PA)
- WWF World Champion Steve Austin & WWF IC Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & Kane to win the titles when Triple H pinned Kane after hitting him with a sledgehammer; all three championships were at stake in the match (Backlash 01 - 4/29/01; Chicago, IL)
- World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Rob Van Dam with a DDT after hitting him with the title belt moments after RVD fought off interference from Flair and Randy Orton; the challenger originally won the match via disqualification when Flair prevented the cover after RVD hit the Five Star Frog Splash but Eric Bischoff overruled the decision and made the match a No DQ, Falls Count Anywhere bout; after the bout, Kane came out without his mask and was about to hit a chokeslam on RVD but instead hit one on Eric Bischoff - sending him off the stage (6/30/03; Buffalo, NY)
- Shawn Michaels fought World Heavyweight Champion Triple H to a draw in a Last Man Standing Match at 22:45 when both men failed to meet the referee’s standing ten count after the challenger hit the superkick on Triple H; after the bout, both men were attended to by EMTs; Ric Flair and Batista came to the ring to help in taking the champion backstage on a stretcher while Michaels refused to take the stretcher and walked backstage under his own power (Royal Rumble 04 - 1/25/04; Philadelphia, PA)
- Road to WrestleMania Quarter-Finals: Triple H pinned WWE IC Champion Ric Flair in a non-title match with the Pedigree at 12:00 (2/6/06; Atlanta, GA)
- Triple H pinned Booker T (w/ Sharmell) at 7:57 with the Pedigree after avoiding the Harlem Hangover (Triple H's return after a 8-month absence) (Summer Slam 07 - 8/26/07; East Rutherford, NJ)
- Jeff Hardy pinned WWE World Champion Triple H in a non-title match at 15:41 with a roll up after blocking a suplex into the ring; late in the bout, Vladimir Kozlov appeared but was knocked down following a Hardy splash to the floor; after the contest, Triple H and Hardy shook hands before Kozlov attacked and laid out both men (11/11/08; Manchester, England)
- Triple H pinned WWE Unified Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho with a roll up at 11:13 after Jericho hit his head on the top turnbuckle; both Shawn Michaels and WWE Unified Tag Team Champion the Big Show provided guest commentary until late in the match when, after Show knocked Triple H out with a punch behind the referee's back and Michaels knocked Jericho out with a superkick behind the referee's back, referee Mike Chioda ejected them from ringside for being too close to the action; stipulations stated the loser would face the other team in a handicap match the following week; after the contest, Triple H & Michaels stood at the entrance stage as Michaels told Jericho the following week would be Jericho's last on Raw (11/30/09; Baltimore, MD)

Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection (10/8/13)
- Bill Goldberg pinned Hugh Morrus with the Jackhammer at 2:43; late in the bout, Goldberg kicked out of Morrus' moonsault; after the bout, Gene Okerlund attempted to interview Goldberg in the aisle but Goldberg walked off (Goldberg's TV debut) (9/22/97; Salt Lake City, UT)
- Bill Goldberg pinned the Barbarian with the Jackhammer (9/29/97; Worcester, MA)
- Bill Goldberg pinned Steve McMichael with the Jackhammer (Starrcade 97 - 12/28/97; Washington DC)
- Bill Goldberg pinned WCW US Champion Raven to win the title at 4:56 with the Jackhammer, despite interference from the Flock; late in the bout, Raven attempted to escape through the crowd but was pushed back over the guardrail by fans (Goldberg's record: 75-0) (4/20/98; Colorado Springs, CO)
- WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Scott Hall; due to pre-match stipulations, Goldberg earned a world title shot later in the show (7/6/98; Georgia Dome)
- 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)
- WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Curt Hennig at 3:51 with the spear and Jackhammer after kicking out of the Hennig Plex; Goldberg's record: 112-0 (Bash at the Beach 98 - 7/12/98; San Diego, CA)
- WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Sting (9/14/98; Greenville, SC)
- WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Diamond Dallas Page with the Jackhammer at 10:28 after blocking a suplex attempt; after the match, Goldberg helped DDP to his feet and the two men hugged and raised each other's hand (Halloween Havoc 98 - 10/25/98; Las Vegas, NV)
- WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg pinned the Giant at 1:35 with the spear and Jackhammer; the challenger hit the chokeslam mid-way through the match but Goldberg kicked out; stipulations stated there must be a winner for the bout; immediately after the fall, Bam Bam Bigelow ran out and attacked Goldberg, with security then filling up the ring to hold the two men apart and escort Bigelow backstage; moments later, Kevin Nash entered the ring and went after Goldberg, with security then holding Nash and Goldberg apart (11/23/98; Grand Rapids, MI)
- Kevin Nash pinned WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg to win the title in a No DQ match at 11:19 with the powerbomb after Goldberg fought off an interfering Disco Inferno and Bam Bam Bigelow before Scott Hall, dressed in an event staff t-shirt, stuck the champion with a stungun (Goldberg's record: 174-1) (Starrcade 98 - 12/28/98; Washington DC)
- Ric Flair fought Bill Goldberg to a no contest (3/8/99; Worcester, MA)
- WCW World Champion Ric Flair, Bill Goldberg, Diamond Dallas Page, and Hulk Hogan fought to a no contest (4/5/99; Las Vegas, NV)
- Bill Goldberg pinned Diamond Dallas Page (Fall Brawl 99 - 9/12/99; Winston-Salem, NC)
- Bill Goldberg defeated WCW US Champion Sid Vicious via referee's decision to win the title at 7:11 when the referee stopped the match when Sid, heavily bloodied, wasn't responsive; prior to the match, Goldberg was attacked in the aisle by Kevin Nash & Scott Hall; after the bout, WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner came out and helped Vicious backstage, with Sid eventually turning around and trying to go back for more but was held back by Steiner and the referee (Halloween Havoc 99 - 10/24/99; Las Vegas, NV)
- WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg (mystery opponent) pinned WCW World Champion Sting to win the title at 3:09 with the spear and Jackhammer; the commentary team referred to the bout as non-title but Goldberg was awarded the belt afterwards and announced as the new champion; after Goldberg left ringside, Sting argued with referee Charles Robinson and dropped him with the Scorpion Death Drop (Halloween Havoc 99 - 10/24/99; Las Vegas, NV)
- Bill Goldberg defeated Sid Vicious in an I Quit match at 5:30 when referee Mickey Jay stopped the match when Vicious passed out while caught in a sleeper / leg scissors combo; the crowd booed Goldberg throughout the contest and chanted "Goldberg sucks" (Mayhem 99 - 11/21/99; Toronto, Ontario)
- Scott Steiner defeated Bill Goldberg via KO (Fall Brawl 2000 - 9/17/00; Buffalo, NY)
- Bill Goldberg defeated Kronik in a No DQ handicap match at 3:44; prior to the bout, Brian Adams cut an in-ring promo claiming Goldberg hasn't been cleared to wrestle and the match wouldn't be happening; moments later, backstage footage showed that Goldberg had just been cleared; Goldberg pinned Bryan Clarke following a spear through a table set up in the corner at 2:26; Goldberg pinned Adams with the spear and Jackhammer (Halloween Havoc 00 - 10/29/00; Las Vegas, NV)
- Lex Luger & Buff Bagwell defeated Bill Goldberg & Dewayne Bruce in a No DQ match at 11:00 when Luger pinned Goldberg after Bagwell hit the Buff Blockbuster as Goldberg was on Luger's shoulders; stipulations stated if Goldberg's team lost then he would retire (Goldberg's last appearance in WCW) (Sin - 1/14/01; Indianapolis, IN)
- Bill Goldberg pinned the Rock at 13:04 with two spears and the Jackhammer; there was a sizable pro Rock crowd which chanted "Goldberg sucks" during the closing moments of the match (Goldberg's in-ring debut; Rock's last match for nearly a year) (Backlash 03 - 4/27/03; Worcester, MA)
- Bill Goldberg pinned Christian in a steel cage match at 6:50 following the spear and Jackhammer (5/12/03; Philadelphia, PA)
- Bill Goldberg pinned Chris Jericho with the spear and Jackhammer at 10:59 (Bad Blood 03 - 6/15/03; Houston, TX)
- World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) defeated Shawn Michaels, Bill Goldberg, Kevin Nash, Randy Orton, and Chris Jericho in an Elimination Chamber match at 19:15; Jericho pinned Nash at 8:05 with a roll over after Michaels hit the superkick as Nash attempted to powerbomb Jericho; several moments later, before leaving the ring, Nash hit the powerbomb on both Jericho and Orton; Goldberg pinned Orton with the spear at 13:01; Goldberg pinned Michaels with the spear and Jackhammer after avoiding the superkick at 15:20; Goldberg pinned Jericho with the spear and Jackhammer at 16:05; prior to Michaels' elimination, Goldberg speared Jericho through one of the plexiglass chambers; Triple H pinned Goldberg after avoiding the spear and hitting him in the face with a sledgehammer thrown in the ring by Flair; after the bout, Flair, Orton, and Triple H bloodied Goldberg before handcuffing him to the cage so that Triple H could once again hit him in the head with the sledgehammer (Summer Slam 03 - 8/24/03; Phoenix, AZ)
- World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) via disqualification at 5:10 in a non-title $100,000 bounty match when Rodney Mack interfered and hit the champion with a chair; in a post-match altercation, Goldberg hit the Jackhammer on Henry after accidentally hitting the spear on Shawn Michaels, who came to the ring to even the odds (10/6/03; Uncasville, CT)
- World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Batista via disqualification in a non-title match at 2:16 when Triple H, who was sent out of the arena earlier in the show, returned and clipped the champion in his injured leg as he was preparing for the Jackhammer; prior to the match, Lillian Garcia returned as the ring announcer; after the match, Triple H hit the Pedigree but Goldberg eventually fought back - hitting the spear on Triple H and nailing Batista in the chest with Triple H's own sledgehammer (11/10/03; Boston, MA)
- World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) at 11:43 with the spear / Jackhammer combo after using Triple H's own sledgehammer on an interfering Flair, Batista, and Randy Orton (Survivor Series 03 - 11/16/03; Dallas, TX)
- Bill Goldberg pinned Brock Lesnar at 13:48 with the spear and Jackhammer; after the bout, guest referee Steve Austin hit the Stunner on Lesnar before doing the same to Goldberg (Lesnar and Goldberg's last match in the WWE) (WrestleMania XX - 3/14/04; Madison Square Garden)

Night of Champions 2013 (10/15/13)

Straight to the Top: The Money in the Bank Ladder Match Anthology (10/29/13)

Battleground 2013 (11/5/13)

The History of WWE (11/19/13)
- Superstar Billy Graham pinned WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) to win the title at 13:43 with a leg pick up and putting both feet on the top rope for leverage (4/30/77; Baltimore, MD)
- 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; Pontiac Silverdome)
- Jim Duggan won a 20-man Royal Rumble match by last eliminating the One Man Gang at 33:26
Order of entry: Bret Hart (w/ Jimmy Hart) (00:00); WWF Tag Team Champion Tito Santana (00:00); Butch Reed (1:58); Jim Neidhart (3:46); Jake Roberts (5:18); King Harley Race (6:50); Jim Brunzell (8:15); Sam Houston (9:42); Danny Davis (11:15); Boris Zhukov (12:43); Don Muraco (14:52); Volkoff ran out with Muraco, before his official entrance, and was held back by referees at ringside until he was allowed in the match; Nikolai Volkoff (16:38); Jim Duggan (18:37); Ron Bass (19:42); B. Brian Blair (21:06); Hillbilly Jim (22:36); Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) (24:05); the Ultimate Warrior (25:31); the One Man Gang (26:30); the Junkyard Dog (27:36)
Order of elimination: Reed by Roberts as Reed, Hart, and Neidhart attempted to eliminate Santana (5:22); Santana by Hart & Neidhart (10:40); Zhukov by Roberts & Brunzell (15:16); Race by Muraco (16:50); Brunzell by Volkoff (20:50); Neidhart by Hillbilly via a backdrop (22:50); Houston by Bass as he was on Bass' shoulders (24:19); Hart by Muraco (25:40); Blair by OMG (26:56); Roberts by OMG (27:10); Volkoff by Duggan via a backdrop after ducking a punch (28:18); Hillbilly by OMG via a backdrop (28:31); Davis by Duggan via the running clothesline (29:06); Warrior by Bravo & OMG (29:22); JYD by Bass after JYD sustained an uppercut from OMG (29:44); Bass by Muraco (29:56); Muraco by OMG via a clothesline as Bravo held Muraco in place (31:07); Bravo by OMG with a clothesline after Duggan avoided the move (32:20); OMG by Duggan by pulling the top rope down as OMG attempted a charging clothesline (33:19) (Royal Rumble 88 - 1/24/88; Hamilton, Ontario)
- Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Koko B. Ware with the back splash in the corner and Bonzai Drop at 3:45; prior to the bout, Rob Bartlett said Yoko had "an ass like an amphitheater" (1/11/93; Manhattan Center)
- 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 European Champion Shawn Michaels defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart to win the title at 12:18 when referee Earl Hebner called for the bell - under orders of Vince McMahon - as Michaels had Hart in his own version of the Sharpshooter, however there was no submission from Hart; prior to the match, Michaels was escorted to the entrance by Triple H, Chyna, and Rick Rude while Hart was escorted by Davey Boy Smith, Owen Hart, Jim Neidhart, and Bret's son Blade; the planned finish called for the Hart Foundation to interfere, causing a disqualification and involving Degeneration X in a post-match brawl, however Vince McMahon had secretly planned this alternative ending with Michaels and Triple H since Bret was unwavering in his refusal to lose the heavyweight title to Michaels in this match; only the world title was on the line; after the match, Hart spat in McMahon's eye at ringside as Michaels and Triple H, who appeared after the match, were escorted backstage by officials (Hart's last appearance for 9 years) (Survivor Series 97 - 11/9/97; Montreal, Quebec)
- WWF World Champion Triple H pinned the Rock at 9:43 with the Pedigree after guest referee Shawn Michaels hit the superkick on the challenger as he attempted the People's Elbow; early in the bout, Michaels ejected Chyna from ringside for hitting a low blow on Rock while on the floor; Shane McMahon came out moments later; after the bout, Triple H, Michaels, Shane, and Chyna embraced in the ring (8/26/99; Kansas City, MO)
- The Rock pinned Hulk Hogan at 16:23 with two Rock Bottoms and the People's Elbow after avoiding the legdrop; after the bout, Hogan extended his hand to Rock, with Rock accepting; after Rock left the ring, Scott Hall & Kevin Nash came out, confronted Hogan, and double teamed him until Rock returned to help make the save; moments later, Hogan and Rock posed before leaving the ring together; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania X8 - 3/17/02; Skydome)
- ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley (w/ Donald Trump) pinned WWE IC Champion Umaga (w/ Vince McMahon & Armando Allejandro Estrada) in a non-title match with the spear at 13:04 after guest referee Steve Austin avoided Umaga's thumb strike to the throat and dropped him with the Stunner; during McMahon's entrance, Miss USA 2007 Rachel Smith, Miss USA 2000 Lynnette Cole, and Miss Universe 2006 Zuleyka Rivera were shown in the crowd giving him a thumbs down; Trump was escorted ringside by former Miss USA Tara Conner; Estrada was taken out of the match early on after a powerslam from Lashley; Shane McMahon came out mid-way through the bout and briefly took over as a replacement referee until Austin knocked him out on the floor; pre-match stipuations stated if Trump or Vince's representative lost, that man would have his head shaved bald; after the match, Austin fought off an attack from Shane and dropped him with the Stunner; moments later, Lashley chased Vince up the aisle and carried him back to the ring where he sustained a Stunner from Austin; Vince was then shaved bald by Lashley and Trump in a barber's chair placed in the ring; after Vince was bald, Austin dropped Trump with the Stunner (WrestleMania 23 - 4/1/07; Ford Field)
- World Heavyweight Champion John Cena, Batista, & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Chris Jericho, the Big Show, & Randy Orton at 9:50 when Cena pinned Orton with the FU as Batista pinned Jericho with the sit-down powerbomb, following a double 619 from Mysterio; late in the match, Show walked out of the match after fighting off his two partners (Tribute to the Troops 08 - 12/5/08; Baghdad, Iraq)
- John Cena pinned CM Punk with the FU at 26:33 after avoiding the elbow drop off the top and using a huricanrana; Cena's WWE World Title match at WrestleMania was at stake in the match; during the bout, there were chants for both men and dueling chants of "Let's go, Cena" and "Cena sucks;" after the match, a tweet from WWE World Champion the Rock was shown, congratulating Cena for the win (2/25/13; Dallas, TX)

Raw 20th Anniversary Collection - The 20 Greatest Episodes Uncut & Unedited (12/3/13)
5/17/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
5/17/93 - featured Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included footage from earlier in the day of Savage and the Smoking Gunns helping with a Special Olympics event earlier in the day in New York City; featured footage from the previous week of WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels and Mr. Perfect fighting outside the venue; included Lord Alfred Hayes outside the venue in which he said he saw someone coming into the venue in disguise and the fans would soon see who it was; featured an ad promoting WWF Mania, followed by the announcement Tatanka would face Terry Taylor the coming weekend; included McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Michaels, with the crowd chanting "Shawn is gay" for several moments before McMahon discussed with Michaels the outdoor fight the previous week; Michaels then said he said he would be the IC champion, would defend it all over the world, and would keep the belt following the lumberjack match; he then said he was a fighting champion and would defend it anywhere, any time against anybody; moments later, a man wearing sunglasses and a hood jumped in the ring and revealed himself as Marty Jannetty; Jannetty then questioned Michaels again if he was a man of his word and would put the title on the line, with McMahon and Jannetty prompting Michaels into accepting the match (Jannetty's surprise return after a 4-month absence); featured a King of the Ring Report hosted by Gene Okerlund in which it was announced Michaels would face Crush on WWF Superstars and Kamala would face Mr. Hughes on Wrestling Challenge that weekend in qualifying matches; included an ICO PRO ad featuring Tatanka; featured an ad promoting WWF All American, followed by news that Sensational Sherri would appear on the next episode; included an ad promoting WWF Hasbro figures; featured the announcement Perfect would face Doink the Clown the next week in a King of the Ring qualifying match:
The Smoking Gunns defeated Tony Vadja & Glenn Ruth at 3:42 when Bart pinned Ruth after the backdrop into a piledriver double team; prior to the bout, the Gunns fired blanks from their pistols
The Kid pinned Razor Ramon at 2:12 with a moonsault off the top onto a standing Razor after Razor missed a charge and hit his head on the ringpost; after the bout, the Kid celebrated and ran backstage as Razor argued with the commentary team that he was cheated
Tatanka pinned Scott Taylor with the Samoan Drop at 3:44
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Kamala with the running back splash in the corner and Bonzai Drop at 3:41
Marty Jannetty pinned WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels at 10:57 with an inside cradle to win the title after Mr. Perfect, who appeared ringside mid-way through the match, threw his towel into Michaels' face; Perfect appeared ringside at the 4-minute mark to prevent Michaels from walking out of the match (Jannetty's surprise return after a 4-month absence)
8/19/96; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
Raw Championship Friday - 9/6/96 - featured Kevin Kelly & Jim Ross on commentary; included pretaped comments from Ahmed Johnson and Dr. Joel A Hackett regarding Johnson's injury and recovery; featured Jerry Lawler conducting an in-ring interview with Mark Henry, during which Lawler said Jake Roberts and the Olympics have something in common - they both got bombed; Lawler then spoke about the fact Henry was now signed to a contract with the WWF, his interference in the Lawler vs. Roberts match at Summer Slam, and being confronted by Vader recently on Raw; Lawler then challenged Henry to a match, with Henry saying he knew he wasn't ready yet; Lawler then said Henry should have won a medal for being the biggest coward, with Henry grabbing him and accepting the challenge and saying Lawler would get a gold medal butt kicking; included a video package from CNE "EX"Perience in Toronto, during which Psycho Sid competed with an elephant in a tug o' war contest, in which Sid eventually won with the help of Special Olympic athletes; footage was then shown from that day's autograph session and live event show, the latter of which included a surprise appearance from Roddy Piper; featured an in-ring promo by Bob Backlund in which he said he would soon bring a man to the WWF to win the "WWWF" Championship and then introduced the Iron Sheik, who Backlund said would be the mystery wrestler's trainer; Sheik then said Backlund was a 6-time former WWWF champion and that he was lucky to have beaten Backlund for the title; a commercial break cut Sheik off in the middle of his promo (Iron Sheik's surprise return after a 4-year absence); included an ad promoting the new WWF fall season beginning Sept. 21 and 22:
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Psycho Sid pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the powerbomb at 3:39; early in the match, footage was shown from two weeks earlier on WWF Superstars when Mr. Perfect came ringside and took Helmsley's escort backstage as well as from him doing the same recently at Exhibition Stadium in Toronto; late in the match, Perfect appeared in the aisle; after the contest, Perfect took Helmsley's escort, named Kimberly, backstage
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Marc Mero (w/ Sable) defeated Steve Austin via disqualification at 8:39 when Austin pulled the referee in front of Austin as Mero was coming back into the ring; Brian Pillman did guest commentary for the match, during which he said he broke into the business in Calgary, Alberta in the Dungeon, was a friend of Bret Hart, and would interview Hart at In Your House in Philadelphia; Pillman then said Bret and Owen Hart had reconciled; moments later, Jim Ross noted Mr. Perfect and Hunter Hearst Helmsley were having to be held apart by officials backstage; after the match, Austin attacked Mero, dropped him with the Stunner, and threw him to the floor; moments later, Mero returned to the ring and brawled with Austin until referees, Jerry Brisco, Tony Garea, Dave Hebner, and Rene Goulet came out to break up the fight
Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Alex Porteau via submission with the Mandible Claw at 2:06; prior to the bout, it was announced the Undertaker would face Salvatore Sincere the following week in Raw; during the contest, Jim Ross announced Diesel and Razor Ramon were on their way back to the WWF; it was also noted during the bout that two-time Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle was in Stamford, CT the day before meeting with WWF officials
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) pinned Goldust (w/ Marlena) at 11:55 with a moonsault off the top after avoiding the Curtain Call; prior to the bout, the Undertaker cut an insert promo about his Final Curtain match against Goldust at In Your House; during the match, brief clips were shown from Michaels' Playgirl photo shoot; Mankind was shown backstage during the match in which he said he had a surprise for Michaels; after the bout, Mankind ran through the crowd and into the ring but Michaels escaped both Goldust and Mankind, with Bearer then climbing in the ring and smiling at Michaels as the show came to a close
2/24/97; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
2/24/97 - featured in-ring action from the stars of ECW after being invited to Raw the previous week by Jerry Lawler:
The New Blackjacks defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn when Windham pinned Phinneas following Bradshaw's lariat, even though Phinneas' foot was on the bottom rope during the cover; after the match, the Godwinns hit a Slop Drop on the referee
Stevie Richards (w/ Super Nova, the Blue Meanie, & 7-11) pinned Little Guido following the Stevieknife powerbomb and Stevie Kick; Paul E. Dangerously did guest commentary for the match
Marlena defeated Sunny via disqualification in an arm wrestling contest
Goldust defeated Savio Vega (w/ the NOD) via disqualification in an impromptu match when Crush interfered; after the bout, Miguel Perez Jr. - who had been doing guest commentary for the bout - sent Vega out of the ring with a missile dropkick
Taz (w/ Bill Alphonso & Team Taz) defeated Mikey Whipwreck via submission at 3:33 with the Tazmission; during the bout, Farooq cut an insert promo on facing the Undertaker later in the show and his ongoing feud with Ahmed Johnson; late in the bout, Sabu lept off the Raw sign onto Taz' entourage and attempted to get at Alphonso but was soon dragged off by Team Taz; Paul Heyman did guest commentary for the bout
The Legion of Doom fought the Headbangers to a double count-out; after the bout, Road Warrior Hawk hit the flying clothesline on one of the Headbangers (LOD's surprise return match after more than a four-year absence)
Tommy Dreamer (w/ Beulah) pinned D-Von Dudley (w/ Bubba Ray Dudley) with a DDT onto a steel chair placed inside the ring after Beulah hit a low blow on D-Von after being dragged into the ring; after the bout, the Sandman made the save against the Dudleyz; in a post-match altercation, Paul E. - who did guest commentary for the bout - had to be restrained by the ECW contingent of Taz, the Eliminators, and the Sandman when Dangerously attempted to get at Jerry Lawler at the commentary table
The Undertaker defeated Farooq (w/ the NOD) via disqualification when Crush and Savio Vega interfered; after the bout, the Legion of Doom made the save; prior to the match, Farooq had words with Ken Shamrock who was sitting ringside (Shamrock's debut)
2/26/97; Berlin, Germany
3/3/97 - featured Vince McMahon, Jim Ross, & the Honkytonk Man on commentary; included both Jerry Lawler and Paul Heyman calling in to speak with McMahon over the phone; Ahmed Johnson accepted Farooq's challenge for a streetfight at WrestleMania during an in-ring interview; Steve Austin cut an in-studio promo from Stamford, CT in which McMahon recapped his recent attacks on Bret Hart, wanting to know why he was so bitter:
Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Bret Hart via disqualification at 12:14 when Bret pushed the referee after tying his opponent upside down in the corner; after the match, Hart had a confrontation with Chyna who came into the ring and challenged Hart to fight her; moments thereafter, officials held Chyna back as Hart left ringside
WWF IC Champion Rocky Maivia defeated Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 10:17 when Mankind interfered and hit Maivia with the urn as the two participants battled on the floor; after the bout, Vader brutalized Maivia until officials entered the ring
The sultan defeated Flash Funk via submission with the Camel Clutch at around the 5 minute mark (the bout began during the commercial break)
WWF World Champion Psycho Sid pinned Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) with the powerbomb at 13:19
WWF European Title Tournament Finals: WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart with a roll over out of a victory roll at 22:43 to win the title
7/21/97; Halifax, Nova Scotia
7/21/97:
Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Ken Shamrock via count-out at 7:02 after Davey Boy Smith attacked Shamrock in the aisle and hit the running powerslam on the ramp (Shamrock's first TV loss)
Brian Christopher pinned Brian Walsh with a neckbreaker from the top at 3:53
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw and the Headbangers at 5:25 when Phinneas pinned Barry Windham after Henry hit him with a slop bucket
Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated the Patriot via count-out at 3:04 when the Patriot left the ring to fight off the Hart Foundation at ringside; Bret Hart and Vince McMahon got into a scuffle during the match after it was revealed Shawn Michaels would referee the world title match at Summer Slam
Goldust (w/ Marlena) defeated Farooq (w/ Kama) via disqualification when Kama interfered at 3:24
Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker, WWF Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Dude Love in a flag match when Bret captured his team's flag after Brian Pillman prevented the Undertaker from grabbing the American flag
9/22/97; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
9/22/97 - featured an opening segment showcasing many of the historic MSG moments with clips of Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, Bruno Sammartino, Gorilla Monsoon, Jimmy Snuka, Superstar Billy Graham, Andre the Giant, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth; NY Athletic Commission Chairman Floyd Patterson was in attendance for the show; included the showing of still photos from the Shawn Michaels / Davey Boy Smith European title match at One Night Only; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with the Undertaker regarding his upcoming Hell in a Cell match against Shawn Michaels, during which it was announced the winner would face the WWF World Champion at the Survivor Series; moments later, Michaels came out on the stage to interrupt, with his newly won European title, complained about the WWF stacking the deck against him and said he doesn't lay down for anyone; included a commercial for the One Night Only home video; featured a clip from the Jimmy Snuka / Don Muraco steel cage match at MSG from October 1983; included a tribute to the passing of Dick "Bulldog" Brower; featured a clip of the Andre / Big John Studd bodyslam challenge at WrestleMania; included an in-ring promo by Michaels until the Undertaker came out, with Triple H jumping Taker from behind and allowing Michaels to assault Taker with a steel chair; moments later, Rick Rude came out and joined in attacking Taker but Taker eventually grabbed the steel chair away and scared Michaels and Triple H from ringside:
WWF IC Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Ahmed Johnson pinned Rocky Maivia at 4:58 with the Pearl River Plunge; Farooq, D-Lo Brown, & Kama escorted Rocky to the ring but were ordered backstage by Sgt. Slaughter before the match began; prior to Ahmed's introduction, it was announced Ken Shamrock was injured and would be replaced in the tournament by Farooq; during the match, Capt. Lou Albano briefly appeared at ringside; Ahmed appeared to injure his hand during the contest (Ahmed's TV return match after a several month absence)
The Legion of Doom defeated Farooq & Kama via disqualification at 2:32 when Rocky Maivia and D-Lo Brown interfered as the LOD attempted to hit the Doomsday Device on Farooq; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the bout; prior to the match, footage was shown of the LOD and Steve Doocey giving the weather report earlier in the day on Fox News; after the bout, Ahmed Johnson attempted to make the save for the LOD but was beaten down as well until officials and referees intervened
WWF IC Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Owen Hart defeated Brian Pillman (w/ Marlena) via disqualification at 7:12 when Goldust interfered, punched Owen in the face, and then went after Pillman until he was held back by referees, with Pillman then escorting Marlena backstage; prior to the match, Pillman came out with his arm in a sling and said he broke his arm while he was making Marlena squeal like a pig; moments later, Sgt. Slaughter came out and - after proving the injury was a fake - threatened Owen and Pillman with never again wrestling in the WWF unless they had their scheduled match; moments later, the commentary team announced that Marlena and Goldust would renew their wedding vows during the Oct. 6 Raw from Kansas city; after the bout, Owen cut an in-ring promo dedicating his win to his brother Bret, with Steve Austin then coming out and attacking Hart until he was held back by police; moments later, Vince McMahon left the broadcast booth and grabbed the mic to calm Austin down and prevent him from going to jail; Austin told McMahon he appreciated that and then dropped McMahon with the Stunner, with Austin then being placed in handcufs as officials and referees checked on McMahon
Cactus Jack (sub. for Dude Love) pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) in a streetfight at 13:40 following a piledriver through a wooden table; before the match, Jerry Lawler spoke with Rhonda Shear, of USA Up All Night, who sat ringside for the show; prior to the contest, Dude Love appeared on the Titantron, saying that streetfights just weren't his thing; after inviting out Mankind as a possible substitute, Mankind said that he had an idea for the perfect replacement - Cactus Jack (Cactus' surprise debut)
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Goldust via submission with the Sharpshooter at 12:50 in a non-title match after grabbing Goldust's foot as Goldust held it in the air to block a top rope elbow; prior to the bout, Hart cut an in-ring promo regarding facing either the Undertaker or Shawn Michaels at the Survivor Series; after the bout, Shawn Michaels - who appeared mid-way through the bout - and Triple H attacked Bret, with Davey Boy Smith, Owen Hart, and Rick Rude then coming out and joining in the bawl; moments later, the Undertaker appeared, helped clear the ring, and then hit a double chokeslam on Hart and Michaels to end the show
4/13/98; Philadelphia, PA; Corestates Center
4/13/98:
Skull & 8-Ball fought Savio Vega & Jose Estrada to a no contest in a chain match at 2:15 when DX interfered and helped Los Boricuas in attacking the DOA; after the match, Chyna hit a low blow on both Savio and Jose
Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor fought Aguila & Pantera to a no contest when Vince McMahon came out to accept a match with Steve Austin for the title later in the night
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification in a non-title match when Club Kamikaze attacked the champion before the match, with Jarrett applying the figure-4 afterwards
Terry Funk & Scorpio defeated the Quebecers at 2:14 when Scorpio made the pin with the 450 splash after avoiding the Quebecars' finisher
Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman fought Bob Holly & Bart Gunn (w/ Jim Cornette) to a double disqualification at 3:43 when all four men began brawling; before the match, Shamrock had a staredown with Dan Severn, who came ringside with the NWA contingent, forcing the referee to send Severn backstage
Owen Hart pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn at 8:36; Triple H and X-Pac did guest commentary for the bout while the Legion of Doom and Sunny stood at ringside
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought Vince McMahon (w/ Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco, & Sgt. Slaughter) to a no contest; following Vince's entrance, Shane McMahon came out to try to talk his father out of the match, without success; after the ring entrances, Vince took the mic and challenged Austin to wrestle the title match with one arm tied behind his back, since Austin noted earlier in the show that he could beat Vince in that situation; after Austin agreed to the stipulation, Brisco tied his arm up; several moments later, as Austin and McMahon finally squared off, Mick Foley then came out as Dude Love and said he wanted to bring peace; Dude then entered the ring and told Austin not to fight Vince since he signs Dude's checks, then telling McMahon that Austin could take him out whenever he wanted; McMahon responded by shoving Dude to the mat, with Dude then going after McMahon with the Mandible Claw until Austin intervened, with Dude putting the Claw on Austin instead; Dude then danced as McMahon and his entourage left the ring, with Dude then further assaulting Austin; McMahon yelled at Dude, upset that he interrupted the match, and then attempted to enter the ring but was held back by Shane and the others; Dude then reapplied the Claw before taking the mic and challenging McMahon to a fight as well; moments later, Dude went out to the floor and brawled with Austin, his arm still tied, before ramming Austin into the guardrail and assaulting him on the announce table (McMahon's in-ring debut)
12/29/98; Worcester, MA; Centrum
1/4/99:
Steve Blackman pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock in a non-title match after Billy Gunn interfered
Goldust defeated Mark Henry via disqualification
The Godfather fought Test to a no contest
Triple H pinned Mankind in a match where the winner would earn a spot in the Royal Rumble; Mankind applied a submission hold on Shane McMahon after the match until Vince McMahon awarded him a world title shot later in the night
Edge fought D-Lo Brown to a no contest
Kane defeated Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco in a handicap match
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg pinned Al Snow
Mankind (w/ Triple H, Billy Gunn, the Road Dogg, X-Pac, & Chyna) pinned WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ Vince & Shane McMahon, Test, WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman, Test, & Kane) to win the title in a No DQ match at 8:48 after Steve Austin interfered and hit the champion in the head with a steel chair as all members of DX and the Corporation battled around ringside; after the match, DX hoisted Mankind on their shoulders in victory
3/22/99; Albany, NY; Knickerbocker Arena
3/22/99:
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) fought Gangrel & Edge (w/ Christian) to a no contest after the Public Enemy interfered and attacked both teams; after the bout, Debra recieved a blood bath
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg fought WWF IC Champion Billy Gunn to a no contest when Val Venis, Goldust, and Al Snow attacked both men; the champions soon gained the upper hand and eventually sent the three other men to the floor
WWF Women's Champion Sable pinned Ivory with the Sable Bomb after Jackie tripped Ivory; after the bout, Tori and Sable brawled
Mankind defeated WWF World Champion the Rock via disqualification when Paul Wight interfered and hit a chokeslam on the challenger; due to prematch stipulations, Mankind became the guest referee for the main event match between Steve Austin and Wight
Kane fought Goldust to a no contest when, before the bout began, Goldust shot his opponent in the face with a pyro gun, then taking off his costume to reveal himself as Triple H; during Kane's entrance, it was noted he would face Triple H and that Goldust would face WWF IC Champion the Road Dogg, Ken Shamrock, and Val Venis at WrestleMania; after the incident, Triple H continued to pound away at a blinded Kane until referees swarmed the ring; moments later, as Tony Garea attempted to tend to Kane, Triple H gave Kane several crotch chops and left the ring
X-Pac fought WWF European Champion Shane McMahon to a no contest in a Greenwich Streetfight when the Mean Street Posse attacked X-Pac
The Undertaker & the Acolytes fought the Big Bossman, Test, & Ken Shamrock to a no contest when all six men began brawling on the floor and into the crowd
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
5/10/99; Orlando, FL; Arena
5/10/99 - Monica Seles was in attendance for the event; included an in-ring promo by the Union - Vince McMahon, Mankind, Test, Ken Shamrock, & the Big Show, with three security guards in riot gear - in which Vince called Shane McMahon out until Shane appeared on the stage with the Corporate Ministry; moments later, Commissioner Shawn Michaels interrupted Shane on the Titantron, with Michaels announcing that Vince McMahon would be the second special referee for the Austin / Taker match at Over the Edge, alongside Shane; Michaels then announced matches for later in the night; Farooq would face Bradshaw in a lumberjack match, with the lumberjacks being all the members of the Union, Test vs. Bossman in a nightstick match, Brisco & Patterson vs. the Mean Street Posse in a Loser Leaves the WWF match, Shamrock vs. Chyna, Show vs. Paul Bearer (if any Ministry member interferes, Taker loses his title shot at Over the Edge), Cactus Jack vs. Mideon & Viscera in a handicap hardcore match, WWF Women's Champion Sable vs. Debra in a evening gown match (if Sable fails to show, she's stripped of the title), and Austin, Rock, & Vince vs. Triple H, Taker, & Shane; Michaels then asked that the Union's three security guards to unmask, with one being Pat Patterson, the other being Gerald Brisco, and the third being the special referee for the main event - Shawn Michaels himself; featured a Steve Blackman vignette; included a Beaver Cleavage vignette in which Beaver's mom cleaned up his scraped knee:
Billy Gunn fought WWF Tag Team Champion Kane to a no contest at around the 5-minute mark when the Road Dogg and X-Pac came out to help Kane as he was tied upside down in the ring ripes, with Gunn and Road Dogg fighting into the crowd as X-Pac & Kane were jumped from behind by Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown, with Ivory; Henry & D-Lo were eventually pulled away by officials before being chased backstage by Kane & X-Pac prior to the bout, Gunn was approached by a planted female fan who jumped out of the crowd and hugged Gunn before she was pulled away by security
The Big Show fought Paul Bearer to a no contest at around the 3-minute mark when Show was jumped by all the members of the Ministry after calling them out; moments prior, Show grabbed the microphone and asked if Commissioner Michaels would waive the stipulation that barred the Ministry from ringside after Show had laid Bearer out; prior to the match, Bearer attempted to flee backstage but was stopped by Michaels, who then joined the commentary team; after the bout, the Union made the save for Show wielding 2x4s
Debra defeated WWF Women's Champion Sable (w/ Nicole Bass) to win the title via reverse decision in a bra and panties match; Sable originally won the match at the 50-second mark after Debra became distracted by Val Venis at ringside; moments later, as Val was backing off from Nichole Bass, who seemed to be coming on to him, Jeff Jarrett came out behind Venis and broke a guitar over his head; after the bout, Michael Cole attempted to interview Sable in the ring, with Shawn Michaels - who did guest commentary for the bout - then taking the microphone away, telling Bass to "Step off, mister", and said that the woman who gets her evening gown taken off should be the winner, therefore Debra was the new champion (Sable's last US TV appearance for nearly 4 years)
The Big Bossman pinned Test in a nightstick match at 7:03 after hitting Test in the face with the nightstick as Test attempted a sunset flip; moments prior to the finish, Bossman used a second nightstick when the referee wasn't looking
Cactus Jack defeated Viscera & Mideon in a handicap hardcore match at 4:36 by pinning Viscera following an elbow off the apron to the floor with a chair; after the bout, Cactus threw Viscera into the steel steps
Bradshaw fought Farooq to a no contest in a lumberjack match at around the 2-minute mark when Viscera and Mideon entered the ring and tried to stop the bout, with Farooq and Bradshaw shoving them out of the way until the Big Bossman came out and cooled them down; moments later, Mankind, Test, Ken Shamrock, and the Big Show - who served as lumberjacks for the bout - entered the ring with 2x4s and, after the other Ministry members fled the ring, all four men beat down Viscera with the weapons
Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco defeated Rodney & Pete Gas at 2:09 when Rodney submitted to Brisco's figure-4 as Gas submitted to Patterson's Boston Crab; Patterson & Brisco used "Real American" as their theme music; due to pre-match stipulations, Rodney & Gas were forced to leave the WWF; had Brisco & Patterson lost, they would have had to leave
Jeff Jarrett (w/ WWF Women's Champion Debra) pinned Val Venis at 8:03 by hitting him with Debra's title belt after she slapped Venis in the face
Ken Shamrock fought Chyna (w/ Triple H) to a no contest when Triple H and Shamrock began fighting before the bout began, with Shamrock dropping Triple H to the mat and hitting a belly to belly suplex on Chyna before storming off, upset that he was driven to the point where he would strike a woman
WWF World Champion Steve Austin, the Rock, & Vince McMahon defeated the Undertaker, Triple H (w/ Chyna), & Shane McMahon at 4:38 when Austin pinned Shane with the Stunner; moments earlier, Austin hit the Stunner on Shane and a dazed Vince made the cover, only for Austin to pull him off and hit a second Stunner on Shane before making the cover himself; Shawn Michaels was the guest referee for the bout
3/26/01; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
3/26/01 - this episode featured the historic split-feed segment that appeared on both Raw and the final episode of WCW Monday Nitro:
Tazz defeated Val Venis in a lumberjack match
Molly Holly fought William Regal to a no contest
Chris Benoit, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Kurt Angle, Edge, & Christian when Benoit forced Christian to submit to the Crippler Crossface
X-Pac pinned WWF European Champion Test in a non-title match after Albert interfered and hit the Baldo Bomb on the champion; after the bout, special referee Eddie Guerrero further attacked Test
The Big Show defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho in a non-title match
WWF World Champion the Rock & Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker & Kane
11/24/03; Salt Lake City, UT; E Center
11/24/03 - Raw Roulette:
Victoria defeated Lita in a steel cage match by escaping through the door at 4:09 after Matt Hardy interfered and slammed the door on Lita's head as she attempted to leave the cage; after the match, Christian made the save, forcing Hardy to escape over the top; prior to the bout, Eric Bischoff appeared on the big screen and allowed WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly to spin the wheel and determine the stipulation of the contest
Randy Orton pinned Sgt. Slaughter with the RKO at 1:54 in a Legend Killer Match; after the bout, WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam made the save but Orton was able to roll out of the ring before RVD attempted the Five Star Frog Splash
WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Bubba Ray Dudley & Garrison Cade defeated Matt Hardy & Christian in a Strange Bedfellows Match at 3:49 when Cade pinned Christian with a flying elbow drop after Christian sustained the Bubba Bomb; in the closing moments of the match, Hardy rejected a tag and slowly walked up the ramp until the conclusion of the contest; after the bout, Bubba Ray and Cade had a confrontation regarding Cade gaining the pinfall behind Bubba's back and the fact that Cade was reulctant to let go of Bubba's tag team title belt
World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) via disqualification at 7:17 when Kane, who had come ringside moments earlier, interfered and kicked the champion in the face after the challenger had sustained the spear; late in the contest, Goldberg hit the spear on an interfering Randy Orton (for which the time keeper prematurely rang the bell); moments later, Triple H hit the Pedigree on the distracted champion which prompted Kane's pyro to go off; after the match, Kane continued to assault Goldberg before hitting the chokeslam
Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Booker T in a Salt Lake City Streetfight at 3:11 after sending Booker head-first into a trash can stuck inbetween the turnbuckle pads and then slamming the trash can over Booker's head; late in the match, Henry kicked out of the scissors kick
Test & Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam in a non-title handicap Singapore Cane Match at 2:45 when Test scored the pin by hitting RVD over the back with the cane after Steiner sustained the Five Star Frog Splash
Trish Stratus defeated Jackie Gayda (w/ Rico) in a Bra & Panties Match at 1:59 after Jackie accidentally kicked Rico out of the ring; late in the match, Trish tore off Rico's pants, revealing a thong underneath; after the bout, Jackie argued with Lilian Garcia at ringside before ripping Lilian's shirt off
Shawn Michaels & Chris Jericho defeated Ric Flair & Batista in a Bischoff's Choice Match at 5:03 when Jericho, after being hit by a blinded Michaels moments earlier, hit a superkick on his partner - causing Michaels to fall on top of Flair, who had sustained Michaels' superkick, for the pin; immediately after the match, Jericho left ringside; moments later, Batista hit the powerbomb on Michaels before choking him into unconciousness and leaving him bleeding from the mouth
10/3/05; Dallas, TX; Reunion Arena
10/3/05 - the special 3-hour edition marked the return of Raw to the USA Network after a 5-year absence; included an opening segment in which Mick Foley was a guest of Piper's Pit only to be interrupted by Randy Orton & Bob Orton Jr., with Randy claiming that Piper would have been nothing if it wasn't for his father; moments later, Bob punched Foley, with Randy then dropping both Piper and Foley with the RKO; during the commercial break, Dusty Rhodes, Mae Young, Jimmy Hart, Hillbilly Jim, Harley Race, Koko B. Ware, Superstar Billy Graham, Greg Valentine, Red Bastien, Jimmy Snuka, Jim Duggan, Steve Williams, and Nikolai Volkoff were shown at ringside in WWE.com exclusive footage; featured footage of WWE World Champion John Cena at the VH1 Hip Hop Awards, with comments from Snoop Dog, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and Ice-T; included Lilian Garcia introducing Kevin Von Erich, who sat ringside for the event; featured an in-ring segment with Vince McMahon in which he made reference to beating Steve Austin up at the 2/8/99 Raw, though he incorrectly said it was 1998, and was then interrupted by Austin who came to the ring and showed a clip of Austin attacking Vince at the hospital during the 10/5/98 Raw, the 'BANG 3:16' segment, and the beer truck incident; moments later, Vince attempted to leave but sustained the Stunner from Austin; Shane McMahon then came to the ring, apparently to help his father, and walked into a Stunner; Stephanie McMahon then came out, slapped Austin, and sustained the Stunner as well; Linda McMahon soon followed and ended up having a few beers with Austin before suffering the Stunner as well (Shane & Staphanie's surprise return after a 2-year absence); included an in-ring segment with Ricky Steamboat, Arn Anderson, Mae Young, Steve Keirn, Dusty Rhodes, Jimmy Hart, Howard Finkel, Sgt. Slaughter, Superstar Billy Graham, Greg Valentine, the Fabulous Moolah, Steve Williams, Jim Duggan, Ted Dibiase, Harley Race, Nikolai Volkoff, Hillbilly Jim, Kevin Von Erich, Jimmy Snuka, Dean Malenko, Tony Garea, Koko B. Ware, Chief Jay Strongbow, and Pat Patterson which was interrupted by Rob Conway; moments later, after insulting the legends, Conway was knocked out of the ring after being attacked by several of the wrestlers, sustaining the Von Erich claw, and the Superfly splash; during the commercial break, Eugene came out and thanked all the legends; featured Gene Okerlund interviewing Hulk Hogan in the ring regarding his future plans, with Hogan mentioning that he wanted to face off against Steve Austin:
Shawn Michaels fought Kurt Angle to a draw in a 30-minute Ironman match, 2-2; fall #1: Angle pinned Michaels with the Olympic Slam off the top at 8:08; fall #2: Michaels pinned Angle by reversing an ankle lock attempt into a modified victory roll at 14:48; fall #3: Michaels submitted to the ankle lock into a heel hook at 18:46; fall #4: Michaels pinned Angle with the superkick at 25:14; fall #5: the time limit expired just as Michaels covered Angle following the superkick; after the bout, Michaels grabbed the mic and challenged Angle to continue in sudden death but Angle rejected the offer and left ringside
Edge (w/ Lita) defeated Matt Hardy in a ladder match at 13:48 after swinging Hardy from the cable so that he landed across the top rope, then tying Hardy's arms in the ropes and having Lita lock him in a crucifix to prevent him from escaping; due to pre-match stipulations, Hardy was forced to leave Raw; had Hardy won, he would have claimed Edge's Money in the Bank world title shot and Edge would have been forced to leave the Raw brand
Triple H & WWE IC Champion Ric Flair defeated Carlito Caribbean Colon & Chris Masters at 9:56 when Triple H pinned Carlito with the Pedigree after Flair prevented Masters from using the sledgehammer on HHH; after the bout, Triple H and Flair celebrated until Hunter hit Flair in the face with the weapon, busting him open; moments later, Triple H slapped Flair, punched him in the face, hit him in the face with the sledgehammer a second time, and continued to assault him at ringside right in front of the legends sitting in the front row; during and after the commercial break, Hunter continued to attack Flair backstage and even punched Michael Hayes when he tried to intervene; moments later, Triple H threw Flair into a limo and smashed the window with his sledgehammer before it drove off (Triple H's return to the ring following Vengeance)
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus & Ashley defeated Torrie Wilson, Victoria, & Candice Michelle in a handicap bra & panties match at 3:37 when both Trish & Ashley depantsed Torrie
World Heavyweight Champion Batista, WWE US Champion Chris Benoit, & Rey Mysterio Jr. fought John Bradshaw Layfield, Eddie Guerrero, & Christian to a no contest when Eric Bischoff came out on the stage immediately after the match started, said he was in charge since Vince McMahon had left the building, ordered that the lights be shut off so that the wrestlers couldn't compete, and then ordered that the show go to commercial break; Michael Cole, Tazz, & Teddy Long did guest commentary for the bout; during the commercial break, Todd Grisham interviewed JBL backstage, who said he once beat Kevin Von Erich for the NWA World Title and then cut a promo on Bischoff, saying someone would pay later in the night
WWE World Champion John Cena pinned Eric Bischoff (w/ Kurt Angle) in a No DQ match with the FU at 1:45 after fighting off an interfering Kurt Angle; earlier in the broadcast, Bischoff asked Vince McMahon to make the match No DQ but Vince rejected the offer; since McMahon had left the building, Bischoff made the stipulation himself; after the bout, Teddy Long interrupted Cena and Angle's fight in the ring and sent in the 6 previous Smackdown! wrestlers, along with Ken Kennedy, to the ring; moments later, a number of Raw wrestlers came out as Batista attempted to hit the powerbomb on Bischoff; the show came to a close as all the Raw and Smackdown! stars brawled in the ring
12/10/07; Bridgeport, CT
12/10/07 - Raw 15th Anniversary - included appearances by the Godfather, Molly Holly, Eric Bischoff, Trish Stratus, Lita, Ron Simmons, Mick Foley, and Steve Austin:
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
Rob Van Dam pinned Santino Marella (w/ Maria) at around the 25-second mark (RVD's first appearance in 6 months)
World Heavyweight Champion Batista, Triple H, & Ric Flair vs. WWE World Champion Randy Orton, Edge, & Umaga
The Great Khali fought Hornswoggle to a no contest when Hulk Hogan interrupted, then knocked Khali out of the ring before celebrating with Hornswoggle as "Real American" played
IRS won a 15-man battle royal by last eliminating Sgt. Slaughter; other participants included: Al Snow, Bart Gunn, Doink the Clown, Repo Man, Steve Blackman, Pete Gas, Bob Backlund, the Goon, Skinner, Flash Funk, Scotty 2 Hotty, Jim Neidhart, and Gillberg; after the bout, Ted Dibiase came out and offered IRS a handful of $100 dollar bills, with IRS then eliminating himself from the match so Dibiase could win; moments later, Dibiase grabbed the mic and said, even 15 years later, everyone has a price
Hardcore Holly & Cody Rhodes defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Trevor Murdoch & Lance Cade to win the titles when Holly pinned Murdoch following the Alabama Slam
Ken Kennedy pinned Marty Jannetty (Jannetty's first appearance in nearly 2 years)
4/21/08; Greenville, SC; BiLo Center
4/21/08 - 3-hour episode - featured a clip of create-a-wrestler Barack Obama, as Batista, and Hillary Clinton, as Mickie James, wrestling on the Smackdown! vs. Raw 2008 video game; included the announcement that the match between WWE World Champion Randy Orton, John Cena, Triple H, and John Bradshaw Layfield at Backlash would be an elimination match; featured a pre-taped promo by JBL regarding the Backlash main event, during which he mentioned he made the front page of the day's New York Times' business section; included footage of the recent European tour stops in Belfast, Nottingham, Austria, Linz, Lisbon, La Caruna, Granada, and Manchester; featured an in-ring promo by Shawn Michaels in which he asked for Batista to come out; after Batista did, Michaels asked whether his real problem was that he wanted to face Ric Flair at WrestleMania in Michaels' place; Batista then said he was done talking about it and his answer wouldn't absolve Michaels from any responsibility for retiring Flair; Michaels responded by wishing Batista luck in their match at Backlash because he was going to need it, with Batista then shrugging Michaels aside as he left the ring; included pre-taped comments from Senator Hillary Clinton, speaking to the WWE fans, in which she referred to herself as "Hill Rod" and said she might have to deliver the People's Elbow if elected president and that Orton didn't have to worry about her, for now; featured a pre-taped promo by Triple H regarding the Backlash elimination match; included the announcement that ECW World Champion Kane would appear as a guest of The Cutting Edge the following night on ECW; featured pre-taped comments from Senator Barack Obama in which he said the reign of Orton might be coming to an end and said - to the special interests groups in Washington DC - "Do you smell what Barack is cooking?"; included pre-taped comments from Senator John McCain in which he said "If you want to be the man, you have to beat the man" and said he would introduce Osama bin Laden to the Undertaker and finished with "And that's the bottom line because John McCain said so;" featured pre-taped comments from Cena regarding the Backlash elimination match; included footage of from the WrestleMania Reading Challenge, in which 30,000 teens participated, with 10 students recognized during WrestleMania weekend, with comments from CM Punk and appearances from WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Mike Mizanin and Matt Striker; featured an in-ring segment in which Maria, Cherry, Michelle McCool, Ashley, and Kelly Kelly introduced WWE Women's Champion Mickie James as the new title holder, with Mickie then appearing and celebrating with the other divas; moments later, Mickie cut a promo on her title win until she was interrupted by Beth Phoenix, alongside Melina, Jillian Hall, Victoria, Natalya Neidhart, and Layla; Beth then told Mickie her time as champion would be limited, with Michelle slapping Beth and all the women brawling until the babyfaces sent the heels to the floor; included a vignette promoting the return of Ken Kennedy the following week; featured an ad for "Twist of Fate: The Matt & Jeff Hardy Story" DVD, available April 29:
King of the Ring Quarter-Finals: WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho defeated WWE US Champion MVP in a non-title match at 5:13 via submission with the Walls of Jericho after reversing an attempt at the Playmaker; after the bout, Jericho sat in the King of the Ring throne positioned on the entrance stage
King of the Ring Quarter-Finals: CM Punk pinned Matt Hardy at 3:51 by blocking a sunset flip reversal of the Go To Sleep; after the match, Punk sat in the throne at the entranceway
King of the Ring Quarter-Finals: Finlay (w/ Hornswoggle) defeated the Great Khali via disqualification at 2:01 when Khali repeatedly rammed Finlay's leg into the ringpost; prior to the bout, footage was shown from the previous Friday's Smackdown! of Khali dropping the Big Show with the tree slam; after the match, the Big Show appeared and scared Khali to the floor; after the commercial break, as Finlay was helped out of the ring by Hornswoggle and referees, William Regal was introduced as the next participant and would face Hornswoggle, despite Finlay's objections
King of the Ring Quarter-Finals: William Regal defeated Hornswoggle via submission with the Regal Stretch at the 18-second mark; after the match, Finlay returned to the ring to check on his son, with Regal then kicking Finlay in his injured leg; moments later, both Finlay and Hornswoggle were attended to by officials
Carlito Caribbean Cool (w/ Santino Marella) pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Hardcore Holly (w/ WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Cody Rhodes) with the Back Stabber at 5:02 when Holly failed an attempt at the Alabama Slam due to a back injury; after the match, Marella cut an in-ring promo, saying he and Carlito would soon beat Holly & Rhodes for the belts; Rhodes then stole the mic away, cut his own promo, then he and Holly knocked Carlito & Marella to the floor
King of the Ring Semi-Finals: CM Punk pinned WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho in a non-title match with the Go To Sleep at 6:23 after kicking Jericho in the head as Jericho was on the top rope
King of the Ring Semi-Finals: William Regal defeated Finlay via KO with the Regal Stretch at 3:38 after a running knee to the head; Finlay's leg was heavily taped due to the injury he sustained earlier in the night from the Great Khali
"Barack Obama" fought "Hillary Clinton" (w/ "Bill Clinton") to a no contest at 2:12 when Umaga appeared, dropped "Barack" with the thumb strike to the throat, scared "Bill" backstage, and dropped "Hillary" with a Samoan Drop; prior to the match, "Hillary" cut an in-ring promo as Hulk Hogan while "Barack" did the same as the Rock; "Hillary" used "Real American" as her theme music while "Barack" used the Rock's
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
WWE World Champion Randy Orton, Edge, Chavo Guerrero Jr., & John Bradshaw Layfield defeated World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker, Triple H, John Cena, & ECW World Champion Kane when Edge pinned Kane with the spear at 10:05 immediately after Kane dropped Guerrero with the chokeslam as Chavo came off the top; prior to the bout, Orton cut an in-ring promo on the upcoming Backlash elimination match in which he ran down his successful title defenses on pay-per-view; after the match, Cena dropped Edge with the FU, with JBL dropping Triple H with the Clothesline from Hell and Orton hitting Cena with the RKO; Taker then hit a double chokeslam on JBL and Orton to close the broadcast
6/15/09; Charlotte, NC; Time Warner Cable Arena
6/15/09 - Three for All - featured Michael Cole & Jerry Lawler on commentary for Raw, Todd Grisham & Jim Ross on commentary for Smackdown!, and Josh Matthews & Matt Striker on commentary for ECW; included a "Did you know?" graphic which read almost 2 million women watched Raw the previous week; featured Matthews conducting a backstage interview with Randy Orton regarding Triple H's return the previous week and challenging for the vacant WWE World Title later in the show; moments later, John Cena interrupted and reminded Orton that he and Big Show were also in the match; included backstage comments from Vince McMahon in which he said he would not be choosing a new GM of Raw and would allow someone else to make that decision; moments later, McMahon said he was given an offer that he couldn't refuse and would be selling Raw; during the segment, the crowd chanted "We want Flair" before McMahon said he would announce the new owner after the WWE World Title match; featured a "Do not try this at home" PSA; included a backstage segment with Kelly Kelly, Brie & Nikki Bella in which they discussed who the new Raw owner would be; featured photos from Batista's surgery the previous Tuesday at St. Vincent's Hospital; included the announcement Mark Henry would face Evan Bourne the following night on ECW; featured an in-ring segment in which McMahon said he had made the right decision to sell Raw and noted he had a history with the man he sold it to; McMahon the introduced Donald Trump, with Tump then appearing on the big screen and saying McMahon never showed his appreciation for the Raw audience; Trump then said the next week's show would air commercial free as his way of giving back to the audience and he would be on hand; McMahon then had the feed cut when Trump began making fun of having McMahon's head shaved and said he would make his farewell address next week; McMahon then said a 10-man battle royal would be held later in the show to determine who would challenge WWE World Champion Randy Orton at The Bash; included an ad for "Macho Madness: The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection;" featured an in-ring segment in which Goldust and Hornswoggle shot t-shirts into the audience; moments later, Mike Mizanin interrupted, wearing an anti Cena shirt, and sent a message to Trump noting he was the face of Raw; Goldust then took the mic and said Mizanin was all talk and he should change his name to "the Wiz" since that's what everyone goes to do when he starts talking, with Mizanin noting it was Goldust's 4th or 5th try in the WWE and that Goldust in 2009 was irrelevant and a waste of his time; Miz then hit Goldust with the mic and dropped him with a DDT before shooting Hornswoggle with the t-shirt gun; included the announcement Christian, WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo Colon would face Jack Swagger, David Hart Smith, & Tyson Kidd Thursday on WWE Superstars; featured Matthews conducting a backstage interview with World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk in which Punk noted when he cashed in his title shot last year against Edge, everyone loved it but things are different because he did so against Jeff Hardy; moments later, Matt Hardy appeared and congratulated Punk, with Punk saying they weren't friends and everything Punk had achieved he did so by earning it; included a "Did you know?" graphic which read more men watched the previous week's Raw than every show on cable, ABC, The CW, Fox, and NBC; featured footage from the recent European tour, with comments from MVP and Lilian Garcia; included a backstage segment with Santino Marella and McMahon in which Marella was concerned about his job security with Trump as the new boss, with McMahon saying Trump might be attracted to Santina; moments later, Trump called McMahon and said he wanted to make an announcement after the battle royal; moments later, Marella left McMahon's office after accidentally calling him old and egotistical, with McMahon calling him a pervert; featured the announcement Jeff Hardy would face Chris Jericho - not Edge as the accompaning graphic said - and Punk would face Rey Mysterio Jr.:
WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 9:39 with the Code Breaker after turning the challenger's mask around as he attempted a springboard senton; prior to the bout, Jericho cut an in-ring promo stating Raw has taken a turn for the worse since he left; during the contest, a clock was shown on screen counting down until the WWE World Title match later in the show
ECW World Champion Tommy Dreamer pinned Christian with an inside cradle at 3:23; during the bout, a clock was shown on screen counting down until the WWE World Title match later in the show
Randy Orton defeated Triple H, the Big Show, and John Cena at 11:15 by pinning Show with the RKO after Show already sustained the Pedigree and FU; stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant WWE World Title
Mickie James pinned Rosa Mendez with the DDT at 2:50; prior to the bout, Mendez was escorted to the entrance stage by Beth Phoenix; WWE Divas Champion Maryse sat ringside for the duration of the contest; after the match, Mickie challenged Maryse to get in the ring but Maryse only got on the apron before leaving ringside
World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk defeated Jeff Hardy and Edge by pinning Edge at 15:41 after pulling Hardy out of the ring and throwing him into the ringpost after Hardy hit the Swanton on Edge and made the cover; after the bout, Teddy Long appeared and said Punk would defend against Hardy at The Bash
WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo Colon defeated Tyson Kidd & David Hart Smith (w/ Natalya Neidhart) via disqualification in a non-title match at 2:22 when Ted Dibiase Jr. & Cody Rhodes, who provided guest commentary for the bout, attacked the champions after Carlito hit the Back Stabber on Smith; prior to the bout, it was announced the Colons would defend against Dibiase & Rhodes at The Bash; after the contest, Dibiase & Rhodes threw the champions to the floor
Triple H won a 10-man battle royal by last eliminating John Cena at 17:39; stipulations stated the winner would earn a WWE World Title shot at The Bash; other participants included: Mike Mizanin, WWE US Champion Kofi Kingston, MVP, the Big Show, William Regal, Cody Rhodes, Ted Dibiase Jr., and Matt Hardy; order of elimination: Hardy by Show (3:37); MVP by Show via an elbow as MVP was on the apron (3:50); Mizanin crawled to the floor after sustaining a chokeslam from Show; Show by Kingston, Regal, Rhodes, Dibiase, Cena, & Triple H (4:21); Kingston by Rhodes & Dibiase via a double clothesline (13:25); Regal by Rhodes & Dibiase (13:45); Dibiase by Cena via a clothesline (15:47); Rhodes by Triple H via a clothesline when Cena moved out of the way (16:05); after the elimination, Rhodes & Dibiase attacked both Cena and Triple H until they were ejected from ringside; Mizanin by Cena & Triple H when both men pulled down the top rope as Miz charged them after sneaking back in the ring (17:33); Cena by Triple H; mid-way through the match, WWE World Champion Randy Orton appeared at the entrance stage to watch the bout; after the bout, Donald Trump appeared on the big screen and said Triple H would face Orton the following week in a last man standing title match
11/16/09; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
11/16/09 - featured an opening backstage segment of Piper's Pit in which Roddy Piper, the host of the episode, introduced Luis Guzman and spoke about his upcoming film "Old Dogs," with Seth Green, John Travolta, and Robin Williams; Piper stated Mr. T was in the film too, which Guzman corrected; moments later, Piper said he arranged for "Iron Chef" Bobby Flay to be part of the show but the Iron Sheik, with Brie & Nikki Bella, came out instead; Guzman told Sheik he remembered when he fought Hulk Hogan, with Sheik then going into a tirade about Hogan and eventually using an Iron Sheik LJN action figure to beat up a Hogan LJN action figure and put him in the Camel Clutch; Piper, Guzman, and Sheik then said "Live, from New York, it's Monday Night Raw;" included a new show opening to the tune of Nickelback's "Burn it to the Ground;" featured a new entrance way; included an in-ring promo by Triple H & Shawn Michaels in which they shilled "The Unauthorized History of DX" and noted Sherri Shepherd, of "The View," was in the crowd with her own copy; Triple H then said he and Michaels agreed that they weren't going to implode and it didn't matter which of them beats WWE World Champion John Cena at Survivor Series; they then brought up the fact Hornswoggle was continuing to use their gimmick and asked for him to come out to the ring to see if he was a good fit to join DX; moments later, Triple H dropped Hornswoggle with the Pedigree and Michaels led the crowd in saying "Suck it;" Triple H & Michaels then pulled a backboard out from under the ring, which already had DX written on it, and took Hornswoggle backstage on it; featured a video package highlighting the history of WWE at Madison Square Garden, to the tune of "Empire State of Mind" by Jay-Z feat. Alicia Keys; included a backstage segment with Piper and WWE Unified Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho, with Jericho insulting Piper until Piper brought over Chris Masters and had him flex his pecs to the tune of the Black Eyed Peas' "Boom Boom Pow;" moments later, Brie & Nikki Bella walked in, were impressed by Masters, and walked off with him; moments later, TABOO and apl.de.ap of the band were shown in attendance; featured a "Did you know?" graphic which read the WWE just completed a 22 show, 2-week tour of Europe which drew more than 170,000 fans; included the announcement that Raw would remain on the USA Network through 2014; featured an in-ring promo by Piper in which he talked about his history at MSG with Cyndi Lauper, Hogan, Andre the Giant, Bruno Sammartino, and Capt. Lou Albano and said if you faced Piper at MSG, you either ended up dead or bald; Piper then said he's the reason Hogan has no hair; Piper then said he wanted a match with Vince McMahon and noted McMahon fired him in that arena after Piper appeared on "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbal;" moments later, McMahon came out, complimented Piper on his hair dye job and said Mother Nature hadn't been kind to him; Piper responded by saying there were many things Vince should be ashamed of and said his pinstripe suit was bought by Mr. Gotti; McMahon then noted his wins over Triple H, the Undertaker, the Rock, and Steve Austin and said he was officially retired; moments later, Piper said he had beaten cancer, he could beat McMahon, and he wanted it later in the show; included the announcement Jamie Noble had told WWE.com he was retired following the injuries sustained weeks earlier at the hands of Sheamus; featured an in-ring promo by Sheamus in which he made an open challenge to anyone backstage; when no one answered the challenge, Sheamus went to the floor and beat up a crew member before laying out Jerry Lawler with the kick to the face; moments later, referees tended to Lawler at ringside and he was helped backstage; following the commercial break, Matt Striker replaced Lawler on commentar; included a "Did you know?" graphic which read fans from 50 states and 22 countries purchased WrestleMania 26 tickets the previous week; featured an in-ring segment in which Piper called for McMahon to come out and accept his challenge to a streetfight; moments later, Randy Orton appeared instead of McMahon, to chants of "Randy Orton," and said he wanted to lay Piper out to relive some stress; Orton then punched Piper, with Piper punching him back; Orton then assaulted Piper and prepared to kick him in the head until Kofi Kingston made the save and cleared the ring; after Orton went to go backstage, Kingston jumped him from behind and threw him into the front row; the two continued to brawl in the crowd, at ringside, and in the ring for several minutes until they were eventually pulled apart by referees; the fight continued until Kingston hit Orton across the face with a storage case near the technical table and attempted to jump from the stands through the table until he was forced down by referees; Kingston eventually broke free and hit the Boom Drop through the table Orton was laid out on; included a backstage promo by Cena regarding his teaming with World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker in the night's main event; moments later, Cena was handed a piece of paper that clarified his match against DX at Survivor Series was a triple threat match and not a handicap match, with Cena then ranting that he would still win, during which he noted the Ghostbusters once saved NYC from a giant marshmellow man; featured an ad for "Hulk Hogan's Unreleased Collector's Series":
WWE US Champion Mike Mizanin pinned MVP with the Skull Crushing Finale at 3:46 after blocking a move in the corner and kicking the challenger; prior to the bout, Mizanin cut an in-ring promo about being the US champion while the New York Yankees had to buy their World Series championship; Sherri Shepherd, of "The View," was shown in attendance prior to the match; the challenger wore a Yankees hat to the ring
Santino Marella pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. with a roll up at 2:50 after Guerrero became distracted by Hornswoggle, dressed in DX gear, on the apron; Marella wore a New York Rangers jersey to the ring but then took it off to reveal a New York Giants jersey underneath, then taking that off to reveal a New York Knicks jersey under that; Marella continued to take off his shirts, revealing jerseys of the New York Jets, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, and finishing with the New York Yankees
WWE Divas Champion Melina pinned Alicia Fox in a lumberjill match at 1:39 with the sunset flip / powerbomb; Judah Friedlander, of "30 Rock," was the guest ring announcer for the match; his intro claimed he was master of the martial arts, a bodybuilder, and a former player of the Brazilian National Soccer Team where he scored 15 goals in one game as the goal keeper, and is the greatest athlete in the world; the match was scheduled as a regular singles match; the added stipulation wasn't announced until after both participants made their entrance; lumberjills around ringside included Jillian Hall, Mickie James, WWE Women's Champion Michelle McCool, Layla, Beth Phoenix, Kelly Kelly, Gail Kim, and Eve; after the contest, all the divas brawled with the babyfaces eventually clearing the ring and dancing with Judah in the ring
Jack Swagger pinned Evan Bourne at around the 4-minute mark with the gutwrench powerbomb after ramming Bourne into two consecutive corners (the bout began during the commercial break)
WWE World Champion John Cena & World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker defeated Triple H & Shawn Michaels and WWE Unified Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & the Big Show in a non-title match at 7:07 when Cena pinned Triple H with the FU after Triple H knocked Taker to the floor; Taker's entrance featured druids appearing with torches, during which the crowd chanted "Undertaker;" immediately after the match, Taker slid back into the ring and dropped Cena with the tombstone before posing with his own belt as Cena lay nearby
3/15/10; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena
3/15/10 - featured an opening in-ring segment in which Steve Austin, the show's guest host, spoke about being back on Raw and facing Bret Hart at WrestleMania 13; Austin then said Hart was one of the best wrestlers he'd ever faced and said Vince McMahon always brought his A game; Austin, in-between drinking beers in the ring, spoke about overseeing the contract signing later in the show between Hart and McMahon for their match at WrestleMania; moments later, John Cena came out for his opening match, with Austin leaving; WWE Unified Tag Team Champion the Big Show followed moments later, passing by Austin in the aisle; included ads promoting Austin's "Damage" on DVD March 23; featured a backstage segment with Austin and Shawn Michaels, with Austin saying he thinks Michaels could beat the Undertaker but he didn't think he would; Michaels responded by saying everyone thought his career was over after his loss to Austin at WrestleMania 14 but he proved them wrong, then saying he would prove them wrong again at WrestleMania 26; moments later, World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho interrupted and said he would embarass Michaels later in the show before Taker retires him; Michaels then said he would send Taker a message by destroying Jericho; after Michaels left, Jericho tried to be friendly with Austin but Austin ordered him out of his office; included a video package regarding the Taker vs. Michaels match at WrestleMania, to the tune of Johnny Cash's "Ain't No Grave," mixed with comments from Cena, CM Punk, Show, Triple H, MVP, Rey Mysterio Jr., and Jericho; featured the announcement Randy Orton, Ted Dibiase Jr., and Cody Rhodes would participate in a triple threat match at WrestleMania; included Josh Matthews conducting a backstage interview with Orton regarding his match at WrestleMania and facing Triple H later in the show, during which Orton said he takes Triple H seriously but not Rhodes and Dibiase; featured an ad promoting the 2010 WWE Hall of Fame on USA; included a video package announcing Gorgeous George would be inducted into the 2010 WWE Hall of Fame; featured a WrestleMania Recall segment focusing on Kane attacking Pete Rose during WrestleMania 14, followed by the announcement Rose would host the following week's show; included the announcement Triple H & Orton would face Sheamus, Dibiase, & Rhodes the following week in a handicap match; featured a closing in-ring segment in which Hart and McMahon came out to sign their contract for WrestleMania, with Austin appearing moments later; Austin then addressed McMahon, saying when he went into the WWE Hall of Fame the previous year it was one of the proudest moments of his career; Austin then said Stu Hart was supposed to go into this year's class but McMahon made sure it wouldn't happen; Austin then said Stu would be part of the 2010 Hall of Fame, despite McMahon's objection; McMahon responded by saying he didn't mind that because all of the Hart family would be in attendance and they're all disfunctional; Hart responded by saying it didn't matter if both his legs were broken because he would still beat McMahon, then challenging McMahon to make the match no holds barred; McMahon quickly agreed, then saying it was another example of Bret screwing Bret; the two men then signed the contract, with Austin then telling McMahon he was looking forward to seeing McMahon take the worst ass kicking of his life; Austin then walked up the aisle, then said he had one last thing to tell Vince but would let Bret say it; McMahon then turned around to find Hart had taken off his leg cast, with Hart saying it was a ruse all along with a little help from Cena along the way; Hart then said McMahon can't back out of the fight because he would sue him for everything he's got; Hart then hit McMahon with the cast, knocking him over the table in the ring, then hitting him a second time across the head:
WWE Unified Tag Team Champion the Big Show pinned John Cena at 7:35 with the punch to the face after raking Cena's eyes to avoid the FU; Cena received a mixed reaction during the bout; late in the match, WWE World Champion Batista came ringside, distracting Cena; after the contest, Batista slid in the ring and whispered something to Cena as Cena lay prone on the mat
Sheamus fought Evan Bourne to a no contest when Sheamus attacked Bourne before the bout with the mic; moments later, Sheamus dropped Bourne with the crucifix powerbomb, knocking him to the floor; Sheamus then grabbed the mic and cut a promo on growing up and looking up to Triple H as Triple H overcame Shawn Michaels, the Undertaker, the Rock, and Steve Austin; Sheamus then said he was supposed to defend his WWE World Title at WrestleMania but Triple H cost him that opportunity, then saying he would take Triple H's throne
WWE Divas Champion Maryse pinned Kelly Kelly in a non-title match at 1:21 with the DDT; after the contest, Maryse kicked Kelly to the floor and assaulted her at ringside; moments later, Eve and Gail Kim made the save with WWE Women's Champion Michelle McCool and Layla then attacking Gail and Eve; McCool eventually knocked Eve out with a kick to the head before holding up her title belt and leaving the ring; Vickie Guerrero then appeared at the entrance way and celebrated with McCool, Layla, and Maryse
Shawn Michaels defeated World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho via count-out in a non-title match at 6:23 when Jericho walked out of the ring after avoiding the superkick; immediately after the bell rang, Edge attacked Jericho from behind in the aisle, brought him into the ring, and hit the spear; moments later, Edge took the mic and said "Spear" before leaving ringside
Triple H defeated Randy Orton via disqualification at 10:02 when Ted Dibiase Jr. & Cody Rhodes attacked Triple H after he dropped Orton with the Pedigree; moments later, Dibiase & Rhodes double teamed Orton until Triple H made the save; moments later, Sheamus came out of the crowd and kicked Triple H in the face, with Dibiase & Rhodes then dragging Orton to the floor where Rhodes hit Crossroads; Sheamus then placed his foot on Triple H
6/27/11; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center
6/27/11 - Raw Roulette - featured an opening segment showing Booker T backstage with the Raw Roulette Wheel; included an in-ring promo by Shawn Michaels in which he promoted his new upcoming show on the Outdoor Channel and said he missed being in front of the WWE audience; moments later, CM Punk, WWE Tag Team Champions Michael McGillicutty & David Otunga walked out, with Punk making fun of Michaels not being able to stay away and for the fact he left the WWE as a loser, unlike what Punk would do at Money in the Bank; Michaels responded by saying the reason fans cheer him is because the fans know he's better than Punk, with Punk correcting him by saying he was better at one time; after Punk said he and Michaels were a lot alike, Michaels dropped Otunga with the superkick; Punk took the mic and said Michaels made the biggest mistake of his life; Michael Cole then received an e-mail from the Raw GM that said Punk would be in the opening bout, leading to Booker going over the various stipulation matches that he could be part of; Booker then spun the wheel, with it landing on mystery opponent and Booker revealing Punk would face Kane; Michaels then dropped McGillicutty with the superkick before Kane's appearance; featured a backstage segment in which Kofi Kingston was to spin the wheel with Booker T, with Vickie Guerrero walking in and spinning the wheel instead for Kofi's upcoming match against WWE IC Champion Dolph Ziggler; after it landed on spinner's choice, Kofi said he would pick Vickie to be banned from ringside for the title match; included an ad promoting The Very Best of WCW Monday Nitro; featured the announcement that Alberto Del Rio, Mike Mizanin, Alex Riley, R-Truth, Jack Swagger, Rey Mysterio Jr., and Kofi Kingston would compete in the Raw ladder match at Money in the Bank; included a backstage segment with Booker and Maryse, with Del Rio interrupting before Booker spun the wheel to determine Del Rio would have a steel cage match later in the show against the Big Show; featured a "Did you know?" graphic which read WWE offers free tickets to active US military personnel for live events in the US; included comments from Andy about winning Tough Enough, as well as comments about Andy from trainers Dusty Rhodes, Steve Keirn, and Ricky Steamboat; featured a backstage segment in which Booker and Rey Mysterio Jr. spun the wheel, with it landing on Texas Tornado match for Rey & Riley vs. Swagger & Miz; moments later, Diamond Dallas Page walked in to promote the new WCW disc and spoke with Booker; Drew McIntyre then interrupted, telling both men to stop taking up what should have been his TV time; Michaels then walked in and dropped McIntyre with the superkick; included anti-bullying comments from Booker T, Alicia Fox, Daniel Bryan, Christian, Show, Kofi Kingston, Eve, Nikki Bella & Brie Bella; featured an ad promoting 'MacMillan River Adventures,' starring Michaels; included a backstage segment with Truth and Booker, with Truth spinning the wheel and it landing on a tables match for his upcoming bout against WWE World Champion John Cena; featured an ad promoting 'The Greatest Cage Matches of All Time':
Kane (mystery opponent) defeated CM Punk via count-out in an impromptu match at 4:19 when Punk left the ring and walked backstage, yelling at fans "What are they going to do, fire me?"; Kane's involvement was determined by Booker T, who spun the wheel and had it land on "mystery opponent"
Sin Cara pinned Evan Bourne at 4:52 with a modified La Mistica after Bourne missed Air Bourne and landed on his feet; following the ring entrances, Booker T and Eve appeared backstage and spun the wheel to determine the stipulation; during the match, some in the crowd chanted "Power Ranger" and "USA" toward Sin Cara; the match was wrestled under blue and orange lights
Kofi Kingston pinned WWE US Champion Dolph Ziggler in a non-title match at 7:37 with the spin kick to the head; Vickie Guerrero was banned from ringside for the bout; following Kingston's entrance, Vickie appeared at the entrance stage to introduce the champion but was promptly ejected by referees due to the stipulation
Alberto Del Rio defeated the Big Show in a steel cage match at 5:19 when Mark Henry, who appeared ringside at the 2-minute mark, broke the cage door off and attacked Show with it inside the ring, allowing Del Rio to escape out the door; after the bout, Henry rammed the door into Show, causing Show to knock down a side of the cage and fall out to the floor; Henry then went out to the floor as numerous referees and officials tended to Show and ordered Henry backstage; during the commercial break, Show was helped to his feet at ringside
WWE Divas Champion Kelly Kelly defeated Nikki Bella (w/ Brie Bella) in a non-title submission match at 1:14 when Nikki submitted to a Boston Crab; during the Bellas' entrance, it was noted Brie would challenge Kelly at Money in the Bank; after the entrances, Booker T appeared backstage and spun the wheel, with it landing on submission match; after the contest, the Bellas attacked Kelly until Eve made the save
Rey Mysterio Jr. & Alex Riley defeated Mike Mizanin & Jack Swagger in a Texas Tornado match at 11:43 when Mysterio pinned Swagger with a splash off the top after hitting the 619 and Riley following with a DDT
R-Truth defeated WWE World Champion John Cena in a non-title tables match at 5:12 with a tackle, putting Cena through a table set up in the corner, as Cena fought off an interfering CM Punk; during the bout, there were dueling chants of "Let's go, Cena" and "Cena sucks;" after the contest, Punk walked up the ramp with a mic, eventually sitting down at the stage and said he liked Cena but hated the idea that Cena was the best; Punk then said the one thing Cena was better at was kissing Vince McMahon's ass, then adding Hulk Hogan and "Dwayne" were the same; Punk then said Paul Heyman saw a lot in him, as he did Brock Lesnar who also left, then adding no one could touch him on the mic, in the ring, or on commentary; Punk went on to rant about the fact he wasn't promoted as strong as those who weren't as good as him yet someone like "Dwayne" was in the main event of WrestleMania next year; Punk then said he might take the belt to New Japan Pro Wrestling or Ring of Honor, adding "Hey, Colt Cabana. How you doing?"; Punk continued to rant about how Vince McMahon should be a billionaire but surrounds himself with gladhanders like John Laurinaitis, then ranted about Stephanie McMahon and Triple H and the anti-bullying campaign before his mic was cut off
4/2/12; Miami, FL; American Airlines Arena
4/2/12 - featured an opening backstage segment showing the entire roster sitting down as John Laurinaitis, alongside David Otunga, addressed them as the GM of both Raw and Smackdown; he then said WWE US Champion Santino Marella would face Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger in a title match later in the show; WWE World Champion CM Punk then walked through the crowd and said all the fans and talent still considered Laurinaitis to be a giant toolbox; Laurinaitis then said Punk would defend the title later in the show against Mark Henry; Laurinaitis then welcomed the roster to a new era; following the show open, the Rock walked out to the ring and, following a chant of "Boots to Asses," "You still got it," and "Rocky," noted his return 14 months earlier all the way up to the previous night; Rock then thanked John Cena, to which the crowd responded with "Cena sucks," and said Cena brought it to him like never before; Rock then said it was an honor to have fought Cena in the biggest match of all time, then adding they made history and they did it for the fans; Rock went on to thank the fans for their support and coming in from all over the world, noting he was cut from the Canadian Football League in 1995 and it was their support that got him to where he now was; Rock then said this wasn't the end but the beginning, with the crowd then doing a Daniel Bryan "Yes" chant; Rock then said he wanted to again be WWE Champion; included stills from WrestleMania set to Flo Rida's "Good Feelin;" featured an ad promoting the 100 trips to WrestleMania 29 contest; included a "Did you know?" graphic that read WrestleMania had more than 4 times the social media presence than any show on cable TV; featured an ad promoting "Bending the Rules," staring Edge; included clips throughout the show of Cena's previous comments stating he had to beat the Rock at WrestleMania; featured an in-ring promo by World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus, with Ricardo Rodriguez then introducing Alberto Del Rio before Sheamus could speak; Del Rio then joined Sheamus in the ring, as the crowd chanted "Daniel Bryan," and said Sheamus would soon lose the title because he had a new challenger; Sheamus responded, to a mixed reaction, by saying he wanted to kick someone in the face, with Del Rio saying he would get his match Friday on Smackdown in a non-title match; Del Rio then said he would win to earn a title match; after Del Rio had problems with his mic, he grabbed a new one, and turned around into a boot to the face from Sheamus; Daniel Bryan and AJ were then showing watching on, with the crowd chanting "Yes;" Josh Matthews then interviewed Bryan about his title loss, with Bryan not speaking; Machine Gun Kelly was shown in attendance; included an ad promoting WrestleMania 29 at MetLife Stadium; featured a "Did you know?" graphic which read WrestleMania talk on Twitter trended at #1 in the world 14 times; included a backstage segment in which Abraham Washington spoke with Mark Henry backstage, with Washington saying he wanted to represent him; featured a promo by Eve, at the entrance stage, in which she made fun of using Zack Ryder at WrestleMania; after the crowd chanted "We want Ryder," Eve said it was easy for her to manipulate any man, except Laurinaitis; included the announcement Randy Orton would face Kane on Smackdown; featured a closing in-ring promo by Cena in which he addressed his loss to the Rock, noting losing never crossed his mind and a true champion maintains the will to win despite suffering defeat; after the crowd chanted "You're a loser," Cena said he wasn't there to call out the Rock because their issue was settled; the crowd then chanted "We want Lesnar," with Cena inviting the Rock to the ring and noting he now considered him the greatest WWE superstar in the industry, an inspiration, and a champion; chants of "We want Lesnar" continued as Cena discussed the previous year with the Rock, with Cena then egging the crowd on in chanting "Yes" and "Daniel Bryan;" after Cena again asked Rock to come out, Brock Lesnar walked out instead to chants of "Holy shit;" Lesnar then shook Cena's hand but dropped him with the F5 (Lesnar's surprise return after an 8-year absence):
WWE US Champion Santino Marella defeated Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger at 6:52 by pinning Swagger with the Cobra after the challenger missed a charge into the corner; prior to the bout, Vickie Guerrero introduced both challengers from the entrance stage and then supported them at ringside during the bout; after the contest, Marella was double teamed before he walked up the stage, with Brodus Clay walking out and standing side by side with Marella; Ziggler then ran after Clay only to sustain a headbutt that sent him reeling down the ramp; moments later, Santino, Brodus, Naomi, and Cameron danced at the entrance stage
Lord Tensai defeated Alex Riley when the referee stopped the match at 2:49 after Tensai hit a double choke sit-down powerbomb; after Tensai took off his helmet, the crowd chanted "Welcome back;" late in the contst, there was a brief chant of "Daniel Bryan;" after the contest, Tensai attacked Riley and applied a claw hold on him until he passed out (Tensai's debut; Matt Bloom's return after an 8-year absence)
Mark Henry defeated WWE World Champion CM Punk via count-out at 12:57 when Punk couldn't get back in the ring by the referee's count; during the bout, there were chants of "Yes" and "Daniel Bryan;" after the contest, Henry dropped Punk with the powerslam on the floor; the crowd then chanted "We want Lesnar," with John Laurinaitis then coming out, alongside David Otunga, saying the fans wanted to see more title defenses on TV; Chris Jericho then came out of the crowd with a mic, saying his and Punk's match was a classic, and they should celebrate with a drink; Jericho then noted Punk being straight edge before taking a bottle of alcohol and pouring it on Punk's face; Jericho then assaulted him before taking another bottle and smashing it over the back of Punk's head
Kofi Kingston pinned Cody Rhodes at 1:47 with the spin kick to the face after WWE IC Champion the Big Show came out to the entrance stage and made fun of beating Rhodes for the title the previous night
Mike Mizanin pinned Zack Ryder at 2:55 with the Skull Crushing Finale after throwing Ryder shoulder-first into the ringpost; during the bout, it was noted John Cena had just arrived to the arena

Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2013 (12/31/13)

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