WWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING (1985-93)

1988


1/4/88:
- Jim Duggan pinned Sika with the running clothesline at 9:16 (12/26/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Hillbilly Jim at 9:27 with a running knee to the back as Jim was distracted by Frenchy on the apron (12/5/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Conquistadors at 13:07 when Jacques scored the pin following a double team move off the top (12/26/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri pinned Velvet McIntyre at 14:31 when the momentum of a crossbody by the challenger put Sherri on top (10/23/87; Paris, France)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned SD Jones at 7:33 after hitting him in the head with his forearm support (12/26/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 3:56 with a splash after Bundy missed a splash of his own (Best of the WWF Vol. 15) (11/17/87; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)

1/12/88:
- Bret Hart pinned Paul Roma (w/ Jim Powers) at 12:59 with an elbow drop from the middle rope after a backbreaker (12/29/87; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Steve Lombardi with a gorilla press slam at 7:43; Warrior used Jimmy Hart's "Crank it Up" as his theme music for the match (12/29/87; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with the Ghostbuster at 6:03 (12/29/87; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Dan Spivey pinned Lanny Poffo at 8:41 with a neckbreaker after Poffo missed a dropkick (12/29/87; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Cowboy Lang pinned Lord Littlebrook at 12:20 after hooking Littlebrook down with his feet; Lang used Jimmy Hart's "Crank it Up" theme for his entrance (10/23/87; Paris, France)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Billy Jack Haynes & Brady Boone (sub. for an injured Ken Patera) (w/ Ken Patera) at 10:22 when Smash pinned Boone after dropping him throat-first across the top rope (12/11/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)

1/18/88:
- SD Jones pinned Sika with a sunset flip at 4:04; Jones used "Piledriver" as his theme music for the bout (10/23/87; Paris, France)
- WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri pinned Rockin Robin at 7:30 after Sherri blocked a splash from the middle turnbuckle by lifting her knees (12/26/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Gino Carabello & Brian Costello at 3:19 when Dynamite pinned Carabello with a back suplex from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Bobby Heenan appeared at the interview stage and said that the Islanders had been reinstated from their suspension and that the Bulldogs should go backstage and speak to WWF President Jack Tunney to find out where Matilda is (WWF Superstars - 1/5/88; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- B. Brian Blair, Jim Brunzell, the Junkyard Dog, & George Steele defeated the Conquistadors, Nikolai Volkoff, & Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick) at 10:03 when JYD pinned a Conquistador with the powerslam; all the babyfaces wore Killer Bee masks for the duration of the bout (1/5/88; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Jerry Allen at 3:36 with the side suplex; early in the bout, Bobby Heenan left the broadcast table and went backstage after Gorilla Monsoon questioned him about the whereabouts of Matilda (1/9/88; Boston Garden)
- Billy Jack Haynes & Ken Patera defeated Hercules & King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 15:05 when Hercules attacked Haynes with his chain; Vince McMahon & Nick Bockwinkel provided commentary for the bout (1/6/88; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium)

2/1/88 - hosted by Vince McMahon (sub. for Gorilla Monsoon) & Bobby Heenan:
- Don Muraco pinned Sika (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 8:20 after ramming his knee into Sika's head as Muraco fell from the top (10/16/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Koko B. Ware fought King Harley Race to a 25-minute time-limit draw at 22:29 (9/20/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated Ron Bass via disqualification at 10:06 after Bass used his whip, Miss Betsy, as a weapon and shoved the referee to the mat (6/28/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bad News Brown pinned Brady Boone at 1:35 with a clothesline; after the match, Brown threw his opponent out of the ring (Brown's TV return after being gone several years) (WWF Superstars - 1/5/88; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Ricky Steamboat in a lumberjack match at 11:06 after hitting the challenger with Hart's megaphone; lumberjacks included: the Islanders, Tito Santana, George Steele, the Junkyard Dog, Scott Casey, Lanny Poffo, Ron Bass, and Jose Estrada; after the bout all the lumberjacks brawled until the babyfaces cleared the heels from the ring (8/22/87; Madison Square Garden)

2/11/88 - included Craig DeGeorge conducting an interview with Jesse Ventura, Dino Bravo, & Frenchy Martin with all three claiming that Bravo was the new world bench press record holder (1/26/88; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena):
- Hillbilly Jim (w/ Little Beaver) defeated the One Man Gang via count-out at 12:47 after OMG was distracted by Beaver on the floor; after the bout, OMG attacked Beaver and splashed him inside the ring (8/15/87; Boston Garden)
- George Steele defeated Wellington Wilkins via submission with the flying hammerlock at 2:36 (1/26/88; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Omar Atlas pinned Dusty Wolfe at 7:29 with a reverse roll up (1/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 1:57 when Hercules attacked Warrior with his steel chain following a tug-of-war in which Warrior snapped the chain; after the bout, Warrior chased Hercules backstage (The Ultimate Warrior) (Wrestling Challenge - 1/27/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)
- Scott Casey pinned Jose Estrada with a shoulder breaker at 10:06 (1/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Rick Rude defeated Jerry Allen via submission with a backbreaker at 7:12 (7/25/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Butch Reed (w/ Slick) defeated the Junkyard Dog via disqualification at 7:11 when Don Muraco interfered and attacked Reed after Reed began using Slick's cane as a weapon behind the referee's back (1/27/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)

2/19/88:
- Andre the Giant (w/ Ted Dibaise & Virgil) pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at 9:05 to win the title even though Hogan's shoulder came up before the three count; Ted Dibiase paid off Earl Hebner to fill in for his twin brother Dave as the referee for the match; according to storyline, Dibiase had plastic surgery done to get the referee to look like Dave; after the bout, Dibiase put the championship belt on as Dave Hebner ran into the ring and hit the other referee; Hogan then tossed Earl over the top rope onto Dibiase and Virgil; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Earl Hebner's debut) (Hulkamania 3, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship) (The Main Event - 2/5/88; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Steve Lombardi & Barry Horowitz defeated Lanny Poffo & Scott Casey at 5:04 when Lombardi pinned Poffo with a clothesline after Horowitz landed a knee to the back from the ring apron (1/26/88; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Ron Bass pinned Hillbilly Jim at 5:32 with the Pedigree (1/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned SD Jones with the side suplex at 8:19 (1/9/88; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Conquistadors defeated Brady Boone & Omar Atlas when Atlas was pinned at 6:19 after a slingshot / clothesline off the top double team (1/27/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)
- King Harley Race & Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan, who came ringside mid-way through the bout) defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid via count-out at 9:05 when the Bulldogs chased Heenan backstage after he taunted them with a dog collar and leash; after the bout, the Bulldogs returned to the ring and attacked their opponents with the props (1/26/88; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)

2/22/88:
- Bad News Brown pinned Outback Jack at 4:27 with the Ghetto Blaster; after the bout, Craig DeGeorge interviewed Brown on the interview platform (1/27/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)
- Danny Davis pinned Brady Boone with a sit-down splash off the top at 7:59 (2/6/88; Boston Garden)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Steve Lombardi & Barry Horowitz at 5:45 when Horowitz was pinned after sustaining an atomic drop from Brunzell and a clothesline off the middle turnbuckle from Blair (1/26/88; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 1:40 when Hercules interfered and assaulted the Warrior with his steel chain; after the bout, Warrior gained possession of the chain and chased Hercules and Race out of the ring with it (WWF Superstars - 1/26/88; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Sam Houston pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a bulldog at 11:37; after the bout, Danny Davis attacked Houston until several referees were able to intervene (2/6/88; Boston Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov defeated SD Jones & Brady Boone at 6:19 when Zhukov pinned Boone following a knee drop (1/26/88; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Andre the Giant (w/ Ted Dibaise & Virgil) pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at 9:05 to win the title even though Hogan's shoulder came up before the three count; Ted Dibiase paid off Earl Hebner to fill in for his twin brother Dave as the referee for the match; according to storyline, Dibiase had plastic surgery done to get the referee to look like Dave; after the bout, Dibiase put the championship belt on as Dave Hebner ran into the ring and hit the other referee; Hogan then tossed Earl over the top rope onto Dibiase and Virgil; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Earl Hebner's debut) (Hulkamania 3, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship) (The Main Event - 2/5/88; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)

2/29/88:
- George Steele pinned Sika at 2:49 after Sika hit himself with a chair that bounced off the apron, moments after Steele threw three chairs into the ring (2/22/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Rockin Robin pinned WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri in a non-title match at 8:34 with a hair-pull bulldog off the middle turnbuckle (2/16/88; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- Demolition Ax (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Ken Patera at 7:27 after Demolition Smash came ringside and distracted Patera as the full nelson was applied; after the bout, Patera was double teamed until the Junkyard Dog made the save (2/22/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog (sub. for Billy Jack Haynes) (w/ Ken Patera) pinned Demolition Smash (w/ Mr. Fuji & Demolition Ax) at 3:44 by hitting him with his steel chain after Patera tripped Smash and attacked Ax, distracting the referee (2/22/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Rick Renslow & Dave Wagner at 2:57 when Raymond pinned Wagner following a double team move from the top (2/16/88; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Brian Costello via submission at 2:09 with the sleeper (Wrestling Challenge - 2/17/88; Topeka, KS; Kansas Expocentre)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Koko B. Ware via count-out at 8:51 when Koko chased Heenan backstage after Heenan stole Frankie the parrot; after the bout, Koko returned ringside with Frankie and cleared Rude from the ring (2/17/88; Topeka, KS; Kansas Expocentre)

3/7/88:
- Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jerry Allen via submission with the backbreaker at 6:48 (2/17/88; Topeka, KS; Kansas Expocentre)
- Jim Duggan fought Ron Bass to a double count-out at 15:16 when Duggan chased Bass backstage (2/22/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Bad News Brown pinned John Stewart with the Ghetto Blaster at 3:11 (2/17/88; Topeka, KS; Kansas Expocentre)
- Scott Casey pinned Barry Horowitz with a crucifix at 9:57 (2/17/88; Topeka, KS; Kansas Expocentre)
- Jake Roberts fought Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) to a 20-minute draw at 19:23 (2/22/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Brady Boone with a clothesline at 9:05, using the loaded forearm support (2/6/88; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Powers & Paul Roma at 9:25 when Ax pinned Powers after Smash hit Roma with Fuji's cane behind the referee's back (2/16/88; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)

3/14/88 - included Craig DeGeorge conducting an interview with Hercules & Bobby Heenan in which they discussed Hercules' match with the Ultimate Warrior at WrestleMania IV (2/16/88; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum):
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated King Harley Race & Iron Mike Sharpe (sub. for Hercules) at 9:26 when Raymond pinned Sharpe after the Rougeau Bomb from Jacques (2/22/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Terry Gibbs at 3:50 with the Ghostbuster (2/16/88; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- Sam Houston pinned Danny Davis with a small package at 8:08 (1/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated Barry Horowitz & Steve Lombardi at 9:50 when Powers pinned Horowitz with a powerslam (2/16/88; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- The Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 10:45 when Haku pinned Brunzell after Tama hit a diving headbutt off the middle turnbuckle on Brunzell and placed his partner on top (12/26/87; Madison Square Garden)

3/21/88:
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated the Conquistadors at 6:50 when Blair scored the pin with an elbow drop from the middle rope as Brunzell was covered, after the Killer Bees put on their masks and constantly switched in and out of the ring behind the referee's back (3/9/88; Winston-Salem, NC; Coliseum)
- Steve Lombardi pinned SD Jones at 8:02 with a small package (3/5/88; Boston Garden)
- Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Scott Casey via submission with the backbreaker at 7:12 (3/8/88; Bristol, TN; Viking Hall)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Lanny Poffo via submission with the figure-4 at 3:52 (3/9/88; Winston-Salem, NC; Coliseum)
- WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Evans at 1:31 with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll; after the bout, Honky was about to sing for the crowd but his music was turned off; moments later, Brutus Beefcake came out, admitted that he was the one who turned off the music, and said he would win the IC title at WrestleMania (WWF Superstars - 3/9/88; Winston-Salem, NC; Coliseum)
- The Junkyard Dog pinned George Petraski at 3:59 with the powerslam (3/8/88; Bristol, TN; Viking Hall)
- Ken Patera defeated Tom Stone via submission with the full nelson at 3:42 (3/9/88; Winston-Salem, NC; Coliseum)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned King Harley Race at 4:54 with a roll up after blocking a suplex into the ring (3/5/88; Boston Garden)

3/28/88 - this was a best of TNT episode, hosted by Vince McMahon & Lord Alfred Hayes:

4/4/88:
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Koko B. Ware at 7:47 with the side suplex (3/13/88; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Bad News Brown pinned Brady Boone at 5:57 with the Ghetto Blaster (3/7/88; Nashville, TN: Municipal Auditorium)
- Ron Bass pinned Rick Hunter at 2:31; after the bout, as the Junkyard Dog made his way to the ring, Bass allowed him to pass before attacking him and using Miss Betsy to choke JYD out (Wrestling Challenge - 3/8/88; Bristol, TN; Viking Hall)
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champion Noriyo Tateno (w/ WWF Women's Tag Team Champion Itsuki Yamazaki) pinned Leilani Kai (w/ Jimmy Hart & Judy Martin) at 13:12 after Kai collided with Hart on the ring apron (3/13/88; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Andre the Giant fought Brian Costello to a no contest when he tossed his opponent out of the ring before the bout began; after the bout, Jim Duggan came ringside to challenge Andre; Andre began choking Duggan but Duggan fought back by knocking Andre out with his 2x4; moments later, when Andre came to, he attacked both officials and a cameraman in a fit of rage; the incident resulted in Bobby Heenan once again becoming Andre's manager ('Hacksaw' Jim Duggan) (WWF Superstars - 3/9/88; Winston-Salem, NC; Coliseum)
- George Steele defeated Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick & Nikolai Volkoff) via disqualification at 2:31 when Volkoff interfered; after the bout, Steele escaped a triple team and chased the opposition backstage with a chair (3/8/88; Bristol, TN; Viking Hall)

4/11/88:
- Don Muraco (w/ Superstar Billy Graham) pinned Butch Reed (w/ Slick) at 9:25 with a reverse roll up after Reed collided with Slick on the ring apron (3/7/88; Nashville, TN: Municipal Auditorium)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Brady Boone via submission with the figure-4 at 3:25 (3/19/88; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show-Me Center)
- SD Jones pinned Johnny V with a headbutt (3/13/88; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell when Volkoff pinned Brunzell at 11:15 after a double axe handle from the middle rope as Brunzell had a sleeper applied on Zhukov (3/13/88; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned David Sammartino at 5:38 with the side suplex (3/5/88; Boston Garden)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned Alden Kinsey at 2:43 with a back elbow from the middle turnbuckle (3/8/88; Bristol, TN; Viking Hall)
- Koko B. Ware defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via count-out at 10:55 when Rude ran backstage to help his manager after Heenan was chased away by Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid once it looked like Heenan was about to grab Koko's parrot Frankie (3/20/88; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Centre)

4/18/88:
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) & Don Muraco (w/ Superstar Billy Graham) defeated the One Man Gang & Butch Reed (w/ Slick) at 14:11 when Muraco pinned Reed after Reed dove into the ropes when Muraco moved out of the way (3/12/88; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Ron Bass pinned Reno Riggins with the Pedigree at 3:36 (3/9/88; Winston-Salem, NC; Coliseum)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Gene Watson at 1:59 via submission with the sleeper (Wrestling Challenge - 3/20/88; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Centre)
- Jim Duggan pinned Pete Sanchez at 1:43 with the running clothesline; after the match, Duggan held off Andre the Giant and Bobby Heenan with his 2x4 (WWF Superstars - 3/19/88; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show-Me Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Tito Santana & Rick Martel defeated the Conquistadors at 3:12 when Santana got the pin after the flying forearm; Santana & Martel originally came to the ring with their title belts until Slick came to the ring and was chased backstage by Santana and Martel, the champions then returned to the ring without their belts, because this match was to air after WrestleMania IV (WWF Superstars - 3/19/88; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show-Me Center)
- The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Van Van Horne at 1:29 with the front suplex (WWF Superstars - 3/19/88; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show-Me Center)
- The Junkyard Dog fought Hercules to a double disqualification at 4:40 when both men began fighting over Hercules' chain (3/7/88; Nashville, TN: Municipal Auditorium)

4/25/88:
- Jake Roberts pinned Chris Curtis at 2:05 with the DDT (WWF Superstars - 3/19/88; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show-Me Center)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Brady Boone at 9:34 after knocking Boone out with a loaded forearm (8/15/87; Boston Garden)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jake Milliman at 1:43 with the Rude Awakening; after the match, Rude confronted a woman at ringside and attempted to give her the post-match Rude Awakening kiss but she rejected him, saying she was Jake Roberts' wife; after being slapped, Rude grabbed her by the arm until Jake Roberts made the save; the two men eventually brawled back to the entranceway where they were held apart by officials and enhancement wrestlers (WWF Superstars - 3/19/88; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show-Me Center)
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Steve Lombardi via submission with the bearhug at 7:23 (6/28/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) & Ron Bass defeated Don Muraco (w/ Superstar Billy Graham) & the Ultimate Warrior via disqualification at 11:46 when the Junkyard Dog interfered and attacked Bass with his chain after Bass began choking Muraco with his whip Miss Betsy (3/19/88; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show-Me Center)
- WWF World Championship Tournament Opening Round: Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Butch Reed (w/ Slick) at 4:09 with the flying elbowsmash after throwing Reed off the top (closing moments included on Macho Madness) (WrestleMania IV - 3/27/88; Atlantic City, NJ; Convention Center)

5/2/88:
- Scott Casey pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a bulldog at 9:42 (4/24/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Joe Milano at 1:54 following the press slam / splash combo (WWF Superstars - 4/21/88; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Ken Patera defeated Scott Colontonio via submission with the full nelson at 3:30 (4/21/88; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Rick Rude pinned Don Muraco at 7:37 with his feet on the ropes; Billy Red Lyons did commentary for the bout, subbing for Heenan (4/24/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Barry Horowitz pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 10:39 with a Russian leg sweep (4/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Nelson Veilleux at 1:47 with the side suplex (WWF Superstars - 4/21/88; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned Brutus Beefcake at 7:30 with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage after Virgil tripped Beefcake from the floor; after the bout, Beefcake attacked Dibiase and prepared to cut his hair but Virgil pulled Dibiase out of the ring (4/21/88; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)

5/9/88:
- Jim Duggan defeated Hercules via disqualification at 7:22 when Andre the Giant interfered; after the bout, the Ultimate Warrior made the save (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/22/88; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Brady Boone pinned Steve Lombardi with a German suplex at 14:57 (4/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Danny Davis via submission with the sleeper at 3:02 (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/22/88; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Jake Roberts (sub. for Ricky Steamboat) pinned Greg Valentine with the DDT at 14:01 (4/24/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri pinned Desiree Peterson at 7:29 by reversing Petersonís Irish whip and throwing her down by the hair (The Women of the WWF) (4/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) via count-out at 5:21 after Bigelow knocked the champion back inside the ring as both men were on the ring apron (4/21/88; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)

5/16/88 - featured the Ted Dibiase vs. Don Muraco match from the 4/30/88 Saturday Night's Main Event; included the Jacques & Raymond Rougeau vs. Rick Gantner & Tony Leone and Hulk Hogan vs. Boris Zhukov matches from the 5/14/88 WWF Superstars:
- Pete Doherty pinned SD Jones at 5:23 with a roll up (5/7/88; Boston Garden)
- Scott Casey pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a crucifix at 7:49 (5/7/88; Boston Garden)
- Frenchy Martin pinned Jerry Allen at 3:08 with his feet on the ropes for leverage (5/7/88; Boston Garden)

5/23/88 - included the debut of a new Prime Time set; featured the Brutus Beefcake interview from the 5/10/88 WWF Superstars in which he was attacked by WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man; included the WWF World Champion Randy Savage vs. Virgil match from the 5/10/88 WWF Superstars; featured the Ken Patera vs. Dino Bravo, Paul Roma & Jim Powers vs. Tom Stone & Rick Gantner, Hercules vs. Bill Bowman, and Bad news Brown vs. Chris Zarna matches from the 5/11/88 Wrestling Challenge; included the Sam Houston vs. Iron Mike Sharpe match from the 2/22/88 Prime Time Wrestling; featured the Greg Valentine vs. Lanny Poffo match from the 3/21/88 Prime Time Wrestling:
- The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned George Steele at 4:24 with a kneelift to the back after Steele became distracted by Slick on the ring apron; after the bout, Steele cleared OMG from the ring with Slick's cane before attacking Slick as well; Steele then chased the referee and Frenchy Martin, who was providing guest commentary, around the ring (2/6/88; Boston Garden)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a splash at 3:22 after Bundy missed a splash of his own (Madison Square Garden; 11/24/87)

5/30/88:
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov defeated Jim Powers & Paul Roma when Zhukov pinned Powers with a running double axehandle at 11:24; prior to the bout, Nick Bockwinkel joined the commentary team (11/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Ron Bass pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 9:37 with the Pedigree; prior to the bout, Bass had a verbal confrontation with Gorilla Monsoon, with Bass challenging Monsoon to fight him in the ring after Monsoon knocked his hat off (5/18/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Jerry Allen pinned Steve Lombardi at 9:18 with a reverse crossbody off the middle turnbuckle (5/22/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Rick Martel & Tito Santana defeated the Islanders in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1 - Haku pinned Santana at 7:11 after a double set of headbutts; fall #2 - Santana pinned Tama at 8:07 with a small package, which Martel had reversed behind the referee's back to put Santana on top; fall #3 - Martel pinned Tama with a roll up at 10:27 after Tama collided with Haku on the ring apron (10/16/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Neidhart pinned Don Muraco (w/ Superstar Billy Graham) after reversing a roll up attempt by sitting on Muraco's chest; Lord Alfred Hayes did guest commentary for the match, subbing for Graham (5/27/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Duggan pinned King Harley Race at 8:51 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Race put Duggan on top for the win (12/29/87; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)

6/6/88:
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Jim Powers & Paul Roma at 14:26 when Jacques pinned Powers with a small package after Raymond reversed Powers' small package behind the referee's back (5/27/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Jerry Allen at 6:26 with an elbow drop (5/27/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Tom Stone via submission with the sleeper at 1:36 (WWF Superstars - 5/10/88; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- The Conquistador pinned SD Jones at 9:13 when the momentum of a flying crossbody put the Conquistador on top (5/27/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick) defeated Billy Bowman & Ricky Ataki at 2:15 when Volkoff pinned Ataki following a kneedrop (WWF Superstars - 5/10/88; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Steve Lombardi at 1:37 with the press slam / splash combo (WWF Superstars - 5/10/88; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Don Muraco defeated Greg Valentine via disqualification at 14:38 after Valentine hit an elbow drop on referee John Bonello when Muraco moved out of the way, who had been laying on top of the referee (5/22/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)

6/13/88:
- Don Muraco (w/ Superstar Billy Graham) pinned Darryl Nichols at 3:41 with the tombstone; Slick did guest commentary for the match alongside Vince McMahon (5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- Sam Houston, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Danny Davis, Chris Curtis, & Pete Sanchez at 3:29 when Raymond pinned Curtis following a double-team move off the top from the Rougeaus; after the bout, Sanchez was given a similar move and Houston seemed confused as to why the Rougeaus attacked Sanchez (WWF Superstars - 5/10/88; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Hercules with a slingshot splash at 8:39 (6/4/88; Boston Garden)
- Conquistador #1 (Jose Luis Rivera) pinned Jerry Allen at 10:39 with a flying elbow drop (6/4/88; Boston Garden)
- Brady Boone pinned Steve Lombardi at 9:06 with a German suplex into a bridge (6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- The Ultimate Warrior, Rick Martel, & Tito Santana defeated Mr. Fuji & WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition at 16:11 when Warrior pinned Ax with an axehandle off the top; Fuji was injured early in the bout so the contest continued as a 3-on-2 match (6/4/88; Boston Garden)

6/20/88:
- Brutus Beefcake fought the One Man Gang to a double count-out at 10:20 when both men fell over the top to the floor as Beefcake was on Gang's back with the sleeper applied (5/27/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Frankie Valdez at 2:26 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the ropes and beat him with the nightstick (6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Ricky Ataki via submission with the figure-4 at 1:57; after the bout, Don Muraco and Superstar Billy Graham came to the ring to make Valentine break the hold; Muraco ended up chasing Hart backstage while Valentine attacked Graham and put him in the figure-4; Graham was eventually taken out on a stretcher (WWF Superstars - 6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & the Intruder at 3:09 when Jannetty pinned the Intruder after Michaels hiptossed his partner onto the Intruder (Rockers' TV debut, Before They Were Superstars Vol. 2) (WWF Superstars - 6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- George Steele (w/ Mine) defeated Randy Neverman via submission at 1:29 with the flying hammerlock (Wrestling Challenge - 5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jose Luis Rivera via submission with the backbreaker at 3:33 (5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated SD Jones & Brady Boone at 4:05 when Jacques pinned Jones with a splash (Wrestling Challenge - 5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Tom Stone with a slingshot splash at 1:46 (WWF Superstars - 6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart via disqualification at 10:18 when Jimmy Hart - who had just appeared ringside - interfered and attacked Blair with his megaphone as Blair had Bret covered; mid-way through the contest, Jimmy came ringside and attempted to be in the Harts' corner but Bret ordered him backstage; after the match, the Hart Foundation chased Jimmy backstage for costing them the match (5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)

6/27/88:
- Bad News Brown defeated Jim Neidhart via count-out at 16:23 after Neidhart sustained the Ghetto Blaster, fell to the floor, and could not return to the ring before the 10-count; after the bout, Neidhart sent Bad News out of the ring (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- George Steele defeated Scott Colontonio via submission with the flying hammerlock at 1:11 (6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Conquistadors at 11:35 when Raymond scored the pin following a double team move from the top (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Big Bossman pinned Scott Casey at 7:45 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Casey to the ropes and beat him with the nightstick (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Duggan pinned the One Man Gang at 9:49 with the running clothesline after the Gang missed a splash in the corner (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)

7/4/88:
- Don Muraco defeated the One Man Gang via count-out at 11:27 after OMG ran into the ringpost; after the bout, Muraco cleared Gang from the ring (6/4/88; Boston Garden)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated SD Jones at 1:49 with the Million $ Dream (Wrestling Challenge - 5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- Jake Roberts defeated Ron Bass via count-out at 10:57; prior to the bout, Monsoon interviewed Bass at ringside, where a confrontation took place in which Bass challenged Monsoon to fight him in the ring; after the match, Bass attacked Roberts and attempted to assault him with Miss Betsy until Roberts wrapped Damien around his opponent (3/5/88; Boston Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 5:45 when Jacques pinned Brunzell following a forearm to the back by Raymond from the top rope as Brunzell attempted a powerslam on Jacques (WWF Superstars - 6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- Brian Costello defeated Jos LeDuc (w/ Frenchy Martin) via disqualification at 1:59 when LeDuc refused to stop headbutting his opponent; LeDuc was billed as 'The Headbanger' for the bout (6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Terry Gibbs & the Conquistador at 3:01 when Michaels pinned the Conquistador with a flying fistdrop off Jannetty's shoulders (Wrestling Challenge - 5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- George Steele defeated Greg Valentine via count-out in a No DQ match at 6:35 after Steele chased Valentine around the ring after Valentine stole Steele's Mine doll (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)

7/11/88:
- The Junkyard Dog & Ken Patera defeated Dino Bravo & Ron Bass via disqualification at 6:47 when Bass began choking Patera with his whip, Miss Betsy (6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Dusty Wolfe & Gino Carabello at 1:20 when Dynamite pinned Carabello with a diving headbutt after being thrown by Smith (WWF Superstars - 6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Don Muraco defeated Danny Davis via disqualification when Greg Valentine interfered as Muraco had Davis up for the tombstone; after the bout, Valentine confronted Superstar Billy Graham at the announce table, pushed him, and kicked him in the leg (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Curtis Thompson with a gorilla press slam and splash at 1:44 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/22/88; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick) defeated Scott Casey & Lanny Poffo at 6:45 when Volkoff pinned Casey with a kick to the head as Zhukov held Casey in the air (6/22/88; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Carmine Surace with the front suplex at 1:44 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/22/88; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Tommy Angel via submission with the sleeper at 2:15; during the bout, Craig DeGeorge was shown, saying there was no update on Randy Savage's health following the attack earlier in the show (WWF Superstars - 6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Tito Santana & Rick Martel via count-out at 8:16 after Martel suffered the Decapitation on the floor (Martel's last appearance for 8 months) (Best of the WWF Vol. 17) (6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)

7/18/88 - 3-hour special:
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tito Santana via disqualification at 8:40 when Don Muraco interfered as Valentine attempted to apply the figure-4 on Santana (6/22/88; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- The Iron Sheik pinned Scott Casey at 9:44 with a gutwrench suplex (7/9/88; Boston Garden)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Conquistadors at 10:01 when Michaels scored the pin with a flying bodypress as the Conquistador lept over Jannetty (High Flyers) (7/9/88; Boston Garden)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil, Andre the Giant, & Bobby Heenan) defeated Larry Stevens via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:39 (WWF Superstars - 6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov via count-out at 15:01 after Smith & Dynamite knocked their opponents together outside the ring (7/9/88; Boston Garden)
- The Big Bossman pinned Sam Houston with a reverse shoulderbreaker at 7:54; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Houston to the middle rope and beat him with the nightstick (7/9/88; Boston Garden)
- The Powers of Pain defeated Tony Ulysses & Iron Mike Sharpe at 2:42 when the Barbarian pinned Sharpe following the powerslam / diving headbutt combo; Mr. Fuji was at ringside taking photographs of the POP and Slick was also seen in the audience scouting them (the POP's TV debut) (WWF Superstars - 6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- King Haku pinned Joe Milano at 2:35 with a side kick to the face (6/22/88; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- George Steele (w/ Mine) defeated Larry Krugar via submission with the flying hammerlock at 1:53 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/22/88; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Bret Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) fought WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double count-out at 8:05 when both men began brawling on the floor (6/22/88; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)

7/25/88:
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Sam Houston at 5:33 with the side suplex (7/14/88; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Joe Milano with the Rude Awakening at 1:33 (WWF Superstars - 6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Conquistadors at 6:23 when Bret scored the pin following the Hart Attack (7/14/88; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Ken Patera via disqualification at 7:40 when Don Muraco interfered and attacked Valentine as Valentine attempted the shinguard-assisted figure-4; after the bout, Muraco attempted to rip the shinguard off Valentine but Hart jumped on his back to stop him (7/14/88; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- The Iron Sheik (w/ Slick) defeated John Yates at the 3-minute mark via submission with the Camel Clutch (7/13/88; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Joe LeDuc (w/ Frenchy Martin) at 9:01 with the flying forearm (7/14/88; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Andre the Giant pinned Bam Bam Bigelow with an elbow drop at 9:09 after kicking Bigelow in the face as he charged the corner; prior to the match, Andre was escorted to the ring by Bobby Heenan; after the bout, Jim Duggan made the save with his 2x4 after Andre began choking Bigelow with the strap from his tights (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)

8/1/88:
- The Conquistadors defeated Sam Houston & Terry Taylor at 9:27 when Houston was pinned with a clothesline as he attempted a bulldog on the second Conquistador; after the bout, Taylor blamed Houston for the loss - ruining his debut - attacked him, and threw him out of the ring (Taylor's TV debut) (7/13/88; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Ken Patera defeated Tom Stone via submission with the full nelson at 1:54 (7/13/88; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned SD Jones at 7:06 with a side kick to the face (7/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Rick Renslow & Dave Wagner at 3:20 when Bret pinned Wagner following the Hart Attack (7/13/88; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Chris Goodman with the sidewalk slam at 1:07; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Goodman to the middle rope and beat him with the nightstick (WWF Superstars - 7/13/88; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- The Ultimate Warrior, Davey Boy Smith, & the Dynamite Kid defeated Mr. Fuji & WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition at 7:37 when Warrior pinned Smash with a forearm off the top (7/24/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)

8/8/88:
- Bret Hart pinned Danny Davis with the piledriver at 9:35 (7/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Terry Taylor defeated Scott Casey via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 12:07 (7/24/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jim Duggan pinned Pete Sanchez at 2:07 with the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 7/14/88; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- The Junkyard Dog pinned Ron Bass at 8:15 by reversing a powerslam attempt into a cover (5/27/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 14:59 when Raymond pinned Michaels after Michaels was shoved off the top by Jacques; after the bout, Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid made the save (Best of the WWF Vol. 17) (7/25/88; Madison Square Garden)

8/15/88 - 3-hour special:
- Jake Roberts pinned Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 8:17 with the DDT (8/3/88; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Bad News Brown pinned Scott Casey at 11:30 with the Ghetto Blaster (8/6/88; Boston Garden)
- Don Muraco pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 3:50 with the tombstone (6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth & Hulk Hogan) pinned Conquistador #1 (w/ Conquistador #2) at 2:04 with the flying elbowmash (WWF Superstars - 7/13/88; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil & Andre the Giant) pinned Jim Brunzell at 9:21 with an elbow drop after Brunzell missed a dropkick when Andre pulled Dibiase back from the outside (8/3/88; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- The Junkyard Dog fought the One Man Gang (w/ Slick) to a double count-out at 6:39 (8/2/88; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Tom Burton at 2:24 with the press slam / splash combo (8/2/88; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Terry Taylor defeated Lanny Poffo via submission at 9:52 with the Scorpion Deathlock (7/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake pinned Hercules at 9:37 with a roll up after Hercules hit the corner (WrestleFest 88 - 7/31/88; Milwaukee, WI; County Stadium)

8/22/88:
- Hercules defeated DJ Peterson via submission with the backbreaker at 5:05 (8/3/88; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Bob Bryant & Al Kirkland when Bret pinned Kirkland following the Hart Attack at 2:48 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/2/88; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- The Big Bossman pinned Scott Casey at 4:15 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman attacked his opponent with the nightstick (WrestleFest 88 - 7/31/88; Milwaukee, WI; County Stadium)
- Koko B. Ware pinned John Ziegler with the Ghostbuster at 3:20 (3/8/88; Bristol, TN; Viking Hall)
- Ron Bass pinned Jim Evans with the Pedigree at 1:07; after the bout, Brutus Beefcake made the save for Evans before cutting up Bass' whip, Miss Betsey, with hedge clippers as well as his cowboy hat (WWF Superstars - 8/3/88; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- King Haku pinned Sam Houston (sub. for the Junkyard Dog) at 5:04 with a diving headbutt (WrestleFest 88 - 7/31/88; Milwaukee, WI; County Stadium)
- Jim Duggan defeated WWF IC Champion Honky Tonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:38 when Hart tripped Duggan as the challenger prepared to hit the champion with his trademark running clothesline; after the bout, Duggan cleared the ring with his 2x4 before smashing Honky's guitar with it (WrestleFest 88 - 7/31/88; Milwaukee, WI; County Stadium)

9/13/88:
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tommy Angel at 1:32 with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, Rude pulled down his tights to reveal a second pair underneath which had Cheryl Roberts' face printed on them; moments later, Jake Roberts came out, attacked Rude, and ripped the tights off, resulting in a 'censor' sign to appear on screen (WWF Superstars - 8/23/88; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- Terry Taylor defeated David Isley via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 4:13 (8/23/88; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Scott Casey at 8:02 after escaping a sleeper by throwing Casey into the corner (8/2/88; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Tony Burton via disqualification at 1:52 when Ron Bass interfered and attacked Beefcake with his whip, eventually busting him open with his spurs, resulting in a big 'censor' sign appearing on the screen; Bass continued the attack until a number of wrestlers swarmed the ring; the incident forced Beefcake out of Summer Slam two nights later and his IC title shot against the Honkytonk Man (WWF Superstars - 8/3/88; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Hillbilly Jim & Sam Houston defeated Gene Ligon & George South at 7:02 when Houston pinned South with a bulldog (8/23/88; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- Curt Hennig pinned SD Jones at 13:06 with a running clothesline; Jesse Ventura did guest commentary for this match (8/13/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) defeated Tito Santana via count-out at 13:20 when Santana attacked Martin on the floor; the initial airing showed an edited version of the bout; the match was finally shown in full during the 3/20/89 Prime Time (8/24/88; Hartford, CT; Civic Center)

9/20/88 - hosted by Vince McMahon (sub. for Gorilla Monsoon) & Bobby Heenan:
- Bad News Brown pinned Jim Brunzell with the Ghetto Blaster at 6:25 (9/14/88; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Danny Davis & Iron Mike Sharpe at 7:47 when Michaels pinned Sharpe with a flying bodypress (9/14/88; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Hercules pinned the Junkyard Dog at 9:38 by grabbing onto the ropes as JYD attempted a powerslam, with Hercules falling on top for the win (9/11/88; Meadowlands Arena)
- The Blue Blazer pinned Barry Horowitz with a splash off the top at 11:15 (9/11/88; Meadowlands Arena)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid fought Jacques & Raymond Rougeau to a 20-minute time-limit draw (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)

9/27/88:
- B. Brian Blair pinned Danny Davis at 7:12 with a reverse roll up (9/13/88; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated the Conquistadors at 10:57 when Roma scored the pin with a missile dropkick as Powers held the Conquistador in the air (9/13/88; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned DJ Peterson at 3:38 with the sidewalk slam (9/14/88; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Tito Santana pinned Tony Ulysses at 1:54 with the flying forearm (WWF Superstars - 8/23/88; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Tommy Angel at 10:21 after hitting him with the loaded forearm support (9/17/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Don Muraco with the side suplex at 5:28 (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)

10/4/88:
- Ron Bass pinned Sam Houston at 6:39 with the Pedigree; after the bout, Brutus Beefcake made the save as Bass prepared to use his spurs on Houston; Beefcake appeared ringside earlier in the bout but was sent backstage by the referee (9/14/88; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Dino Bravo pinned B. Brian Blair at 13:45 with the side suplex (9/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Allen Kinsley at the 51-second mark with the front suplex (Akeem's wrestling debut) (WWF Superstars - 9/13/88; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Jim Brunzell at 13:01 with a powerslam (9/11/88; Meadowlands Arena)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Koko B. Ware with the sidewalk slam at 5:57 (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)

10/11/88 - hosted by Vince McMahon (sub. for Gorilla Monsoon) & Bobby Heenan:
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Koko B. Ware with the side suplex at 3:37 (10/10/88; Boston Garden)
- Jim Powers pinned Chris Curtis at 4:05 with a powerslam (10/6/88; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Frank DeFalco at 2:41 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the ring rope and beat him with the nightstick (10/6/88; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Blue Blazer pinned Steve Lombardi at 7:25 with a splash off the top (10/10/88; Boston Garden)
- Scott Casey pinned Sandy Beach at 6:06 with a bulldog (9/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- B. Brian Blair pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 9:27 with a Russian legsweep (10/10/88; Boston Garden)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Joe Cruz with the Rude Awakening at 1:47 (Wrestling Challenge - 9/14/88; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Bad News Brown pinned Ken Patera with the Ghetto Blaster at 6:33 (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)

10/18/88:
- King Haku pinned Hillbilly Jim with a diving headbutt at 12:07; prior to the bout, Hillbilly danced with ring announcer Mel Philips at ringside (10/10/88; Boston Garden)
- Scott Casey pinned Pete Doherty at 6:43 with a diving clothesline (10/10/88; Boston Garden)
- B. Brian Blair pinned Barry Horowitz at 8:02 with an airplane spin and elbow drop (10/5/88; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Tommy Angel & DJ Peterson at 2:20 when Ax pinned Angel following the Decapitation; after the bout, Ax threw Peterson out of the ring and hit the Decapitation on Angel before Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid made the save, with Dynamite eventually landing the diving headbutt on Smash after being thrown by Smith (WWF Superstars - 9/13/88; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- The Blue Blazer pinned Jose Estrada at 7:37 with a moonsault (10/5/88; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated the Junkyard Dog via disqualification at 6:18 when Jake Roberts attacked Rude after Rude pulled down his tights to reveal another pair underneath, with Cheryl Roberts' face on the front (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)

10/25/88:
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 10:43 after Hart threw the megaphone to Raymond, who then attempted to use it as a weapon (10/6/88; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Sam Houston & Scott Casey at 6:43 when Blanchard pinned Casey with the slingshot suplex (10/6/88; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 11:40 when Heenan prevented the pinfall after JYD hit the powerslam; after the bout, JYD was doube teamed until he chased Heenan and Haku off with his chain (JYD's final MSG appearance) (9/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Tito Santana fought Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a time limit draw at 13:21 when the bell sounded as Santana applied the figure-4; after the bout, Rude prepared to give the Rude Awakening kiss to a woman selected by Heenan but Santana returned to the ring, dropkicked Rude to the floor, and kissed the woman himself (10/5/88; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)

11/1/88:
- The Blue Blazer pinned Boris Zhukov (w/ Nikolai Volkoff) at 7:43 with a crossbody off the top (10/25/88; Baltimore, MD; Arena)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tommy Angel via submission with the shinguard assisted figure-4 at 4:23 (10/25/88; Baltimore, MD; Arena)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned John Ziegler with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll at 2:28 (10/26/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)
- Paul Roma pinned Danny Davis at 12:22 with a dropkick off the top to the back of Davis' head (10/24/88; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 12:24 when Smash pinned Jannetty after a clothesline from Ax (10/24/88; Madison Square Garden)

11/8/88 (3.6) - 3-hour special:
- Greg Valentine pinned Don Muraco at 11:57 by hitting him in the back of the head with Valentine's shin guard as Muraco attempted to revive the referee (10/7/88; Paris, France; Bercy Stadium)
- Andre the Giant pinned the Junkyard Dog at 7:09 with a boot to the face and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage; once the bout began, Andre spent more than 5 minutes outside the ring, refusing to enter until JYD removed his chain from the ring; after the bout, Andre threatened the ring announcer to refer to him as Andre the Giant rather than Andre le Giant (10/7/88; Paris, France; Bercy Stadium)
- Rockin Robin pinned WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri to win the title at 12:32 with a bulldog off the top (Best of the WWF Vol. 18) (10/7/88; Paris, France; Bercy Stadium)
- Lanny Poffo pinned Barry Horowitz at 13:03 with a somersault splash; prior to the match, Poffo read a poem in French to the crowd (10/7/88; Paris, France; Bercy Stadium)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 6:16 with the legdrop; Heenan was helped backstage during the bout after Hogan had pulled him in front of him when Haku was jumping from the apron (Hulk Hogan - Real American) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 10/25/88; Baltimore, MD; Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid when Smash pinned Dynamite at 23:21 after Ax hit a clothesline while Dynamite had an abdominal stretch applied on Smash (10/7/88; Paris, France; Bercy Stadium)
- Jake Roberts (w/ Cheryl Roberts) defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 7:22 when Heenan climbed in the ring and kicked Roberts as Roberts began ripping off Rude's tights, which featured Cheryl's face, after hitting the DDT; after the bout, Andre the Giant came to the ring and threw Roberts to the floor before going over to check on Rude with Heenan; moments later, Roberts took Damien out of his snake bag and scared Andre with it before throwing it on Andre, with Andre then falling down and clutching his chest; after Andre passed out, Jake held Damien in the air as he stood over Andre's body (Best of the WWF Vol. 18) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 10/25/88; Baltimore, MD; Arena)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Akeem via disqualification at 10:13 after Akeem threw referee Tim White out of the ring (10/7/88; Paris, France; Bercy Stadium)

11/15/88:
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Koko B. Ware with the sidewalk slam at 7:03; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the middle rope and assaulted him with the nightstick (10/24/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Blue Blazer pinned Jose Estrada with a splash off the top at 11:00 (10/16/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Sam Houston with the Perfect Plex at 6:53 (10/26/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)
- Scott Casey pinned Richard Charland with a bulldog (10/9/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Steve Lombardi at 6:26 when Powers pinned Lombardi with a powerslam (10/26/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)
- The Conquistadors defeated John Latu & Bob Emery at 2:02 when Emery was pinned following a clothesline off the top after a slingshot from the other Conquistador (10/5/88; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Ken Patera at 3:03 with the side suplex (Saturday Night's Main Event - 10/25/88; Baltimore, MD; Arena)

11/22/88:
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned SD Jones at 4:35 with the splash (11/12/88; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Harley Race pinned Alex Knight at 3:44 with a suplerplex (11/16/88; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- The Red Rooster pinned Ken Patera at 8:25 by reversing a powerslam attempt into an inside cradle (11/5/88; Boston Garden)
- King Haku pinned Jim Brunzell at 8:03 with a side kick to the face (11/5/88; Boston Garden)
- The Blue Blazer pinned Danny Davis at 7:51 with a splash off the top (11/12/88; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Tito Santana via disqualification at 11:59 when Hercules interfered; after the bout, Hercules and Santana cleared Dibiase and Virgil from the ring (11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)

11/29/88:
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) defeated Jim Gordman & Stefan DeLeon in a handicap match at 2:18 by pinning both men after hitting side suplexes on each (11/16/88; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Steve Lombardi at 7:09 with a missile dropkick (11/6/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Jim Brunzell with a powerslam at 12:15 (10/16/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- Bad News Brown pinned Ken Patera at 5:58 with the Ghetto Blaster (11/17/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Conquistadors at 15:35 when Michaels scored the pin with a crossbody (11/17/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- Akeem, Nikolai Volkoff, & Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick) defeated Sam Houston, Paul Roma, & Jim Powers when Akeem pinned Houston with a splash at 8:49 (11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)

12/5/88:
- Ron Bass pinned Ken Patera at 7:24 with an elbow drop after a running kneelift to the back (11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Paul Roma with the Perfect Plex at 8:35 (11/26/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 5:27 with a roll up (11/26/88; Madison Square Garden)
- The Blue Blazer & Koko B. Ware defeated the Conquistadors at 8:57 when Koko scored the pin with a missile dropkick (11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Tito Santana fought Greg Valentine to a time-limit draw; prior to the match, Freddie Blassie was introduced to the crowd and did guest commentary for the bout; after the bout, Santana cleared Valentine from the ring (11/26/88; Madison Square Garden)

12/12/88:
- King Haku pinned SD Jones at 5:47 with a side kick to the face (12/3/88; Boston Garden)
- Hercules defeated Boris Zhukov via submission with the backbreaker at 6:14 (12/6/88; Daytona Beach, FL; Ocean Center)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Pete Doherty at 3:30 witha splash (12/3/88; Boston Garden)
- Ron Garvin pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a piledriver at 3:24 (12/6/88; Daytona Beach, FL; Ocean Center)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Jose Luis Rivera with the Perfect Plex at 6:11 (12/4/88; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty fought Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a no contest when all four men began brawling on the floor prior to the match beginning; eventually, both teams battled their way backstage with numerous referees and officials trying to seperate them (WWF Superstars - 11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Koko B. Ware fought the Red Rooster to a 20-minute time limit draw at 19:02 (12/3/88; Boston Garden)

12/19/88 (2.7):
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Koko B. Ware & Scott Casey when Raymond pinned Casey at 6:44 following a double team move off the top (12/6/88; Daytona Beach, FL; Ocean Center)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Paul Brown & Rex Farmer at 4:10 when Brown submitted to Valentine's figure-4, applied while wearing the Heartbreaker shin guard (WWF Superstars - 11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Tim Horner pinned Johnny K-9 at 15:54 with a powerslam (12/4/88; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Jim Powers pinned Jose Estrada at 13:15 with a sunset flip out of the corner (12/3/88; Boston Garden)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Barry Horowitz at 11:46 with an elbow drop after Sharpe ducked and Horowitz ran into the ring ropes (12/3/88; Boston Garden)
- Jim Duggan pinned Boris Zhukov at 2:25 in a flag match with the running clothesline ("Hacksaw" Jim Duggan) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 11/16/88; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)

12/26/88:
- Harley Race pinned Jim Gorman at 1:46 with a fisherman suplex; prior to the bout, Race did an untelevised promo saying he wanted to regain his throne from King Haku and that Bobby Heenan never visited him or contacted him while he was injured (WWF Superstars - 11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Pete Sanchez & the Gladiator at 3:11 when Michaels pinned Sanchez following a splash from Jannetty's shoulders (12/7/88; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Red Rooster (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Scott Casey via submission with the Scorpion Death Lock at 2:33 (WWF Superstars - 11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Tim Horner at 9:44 with the Perfect Plex (12/3/88; Boston Garden)
- Boris Zhukov pinned Lanny Poffo at 12:06 with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle (12/17/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned Super Ninja (Rip Oliver) (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 2:09 with the gorilla press / splash combo (Saturday Night's Main Event - 11/16/88; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Bad News Brown pinned Jim Powers at 10:52 with the Ghetto Blaster (12/17/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- Ted Dibiase pinned Koko B. Ware with a small package at 6:16 (12/4/88; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)

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