WWF / WWE RAW (1993-Present)

1993

1/11/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
1/11/93 - debut episode; included an opening outdoor introduction by Sean Mooney, with Bobby Heenan then appearing and Mooney saying he had been replaced on the show by Rob Bartlett; Mooney then told Heenan that all the tickets were sold and he couldn't get in the building; featured Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Barlett on commentary (Barlett's debut); included a pre-taped vignette in which Heenan spoke about the debut of Narcissis at the Royal Rumble; featured an outdoor segment in which Mooney found that a security guard had detained a female, who claimed to be Bartlett's aunt; moments later, Mooney took off the wig to reveal her as Heenan; included an ICO-PRO ad featuring WWF World Champion Bret Hart; featured an ad promoting WWF video games on Nintendo, Game Boy, and Super Nintendo; included McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Razor Ramon regarding his upcoming match at the Royal Rumble against Hart, during which Razor said Hart had been in the WWF for 8 1/2 years while it only took him 8 1/2 months; moments later, footage was shown from WWF Mania of Razor attacking Owen Hart; Razor then said Hart couldn't do anything about him taking the world title; featured info on the Headlock on Hunger fundraiser at Madison Square Garden later that month, the card for the show, and how to donate to the American Red Cross; included a Headlock on Hunger promo by Tatanka; featured an ad promoting WWF Mania; included a Royal Rumble Report hosted by Gene Okerlund in which it was announced Marty Jannetty would challenge WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels, with Sensational Sherri at ringside; it was also announced that Genichiro Tenryu, Tito Santana, Typhoon, Samu, Fatu, and Jim Duggan would be in the Rumble; featured an outdoor segment in which Mooney spoke with a Jewish man trying to get in the building, with it then revealed it was Heenan; included an ad on how to get tickets for the Jan. 18 and Feb. 1 Raw events at the Manhattan Center; featured footage from WWF Superstars during the weekend in which Slick stood up for Kamala against Kimchee and Harvey Wippleman, with Kamala chopping Kimchee to the floor and chasing Wippleman backstage after Kimchee struck Slick; included the announcement Woody Allen would face Mia Farrow in a steel cage match the following week; featured McMahon conducting a closing ringside interview with Doink about Crush's threats if Doink didn't stop making kids cry; moments later, Crush walked out and warned Doink, then chased him around the ring; moments later, Crush slid in the ring and his music played as Doink laughed from ringside; included a closing segment in which Heenan was finally allowed in the building, just as the show ended:
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" (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2, History of WWE)
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Executioners at 3:01 when Scott scored the pin following the top rope bulldog double team; during the match, Doink the Clown was shown walking through the crowd
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Max Moon with a reversal into the side suplex at 9:56; during the bout, Doink the Clown appeared at ringside
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Damien Demento with the tombstone at 2:25; during the bout, it was announced Mr. Perfect would face Papa Shango, Ric Flair would face Tito Santana, and WWF World Champion Bret Hart would appear for an interview the following week (Raw: 10th Anniversary, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)

1/18/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
1/18/93 - featured an opening segment in which Rob Bartlett tore up a photo of Bobby Heenan, saying "Fight the real enemy;" moments later, Repo Man decked Randy Savage from behind, stole his cowboy hat, and escaped into the crowd; included an ad promoting the Royal Rumble Hotline; featured an ICO-PRO ad featuring WWF World Champion Bret Hart; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Hart about his upcoming title defense at the Royal Rumble against Razor Ramon, during which Hart responded to Razor's attack on Owen Hart and threats to slap Stu Hart; there were some chants for "Razor" during the segment; featured a Headlock on Hunger promo by the Undertaker & Paul Bearer; included footage from WWF Superstars of Doink the Clown attacking Crush with a prosthetic arm; featured an ad promoting WWF Mania; included an outdoor segment with Sean Mooney in which Repo appeared wearing Savage's cowboy hat, then saying Savage was late on payments; moments later, Savage told Repo on his headset that he would get revenge and get his hat back; featured a Royal Rumble Report hosted by Gene Okerlund; included an outdoor segment with Mooney in which Savage went looking for Repo; featured info on how fans could attend the Feb. 1 taping; included a closing segment in which Repo had Bartlett's car towed away in a repossession:
Mr. Perfect pinned Terry Taylor (sub. for Papa Shango) with the Perfect Plex at 9:28 after reversing Taylor's suplex attempt; Randy Savage rejoined the commentary team early in the match and discussed his plans to get revenge on Repo Man for the attack he sustained earlier in the show; there were chants of "We want Flair" during the bout; during the match, Bobby Heenan called in to the commentary team, upset Rob Bartlett tore up a photo of him in the opening of the show; during the final moments of the bout, Ric Flair appeared ringside and attacked Perfect on the floor behind the referee's back; immediately after the contest, Perfect ran backstage to find Flair
Marty Jannetty pinned Glen Ruth with the Rocker Dropper at 5:12; during the bout, WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels called in to the commentary team to discuss his upcoming title defense against Jannetty at the Royal Rumble
Ric Flair fought Tito Santana to a no contest at 8:14 when Mr. Perfect came ringside, pulled Flair from the ring, and brawled with him before officials, including Sgt. Slaughter and Pat Patterson, pulled the men apart; during the match, it was noted WWF World Champion Bret Hart would be on Live! with Regis & Kathie Lee on Wednesday; during the match, there were dueling chants for both men; it was noted during the match that Randy Savage would face Repo Man the following week; following the commercial break, the brawl between Perfect and Flair returned ringside, with officials trying to get in their way; moments later, Vince McMahon conducted a ringside interview with Flair in which he challenged Perfect next week to a match and the loser would leave the WWF; Flair then said Perfect wasn't man enough, didn't have the guts, and would never beat him; after Flair returned backstage, McMahon spoke with Perfect at ringside who quickly accepted Flair's challenge

1/18/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
1/25/93 - featured an opening outdoor segment in which Repo Man drove up in his tow truck to speak with Sean Mooney about his match later in the show against Randy Savage; Repo then ran past fans into the building; included Vince McMahon, Bobby Heenan, & Rob Bartlett on commentary; featured a Headlock on Hunger promo by Bob Backlund, and how fans could contribute to the American Red Cross; included an ad promoting tickets to WrestleMania IX; during the show open, McMahon noted the Bushwhackers would be in action but were not; featured a post Royal Rumble Report hosted by Gene Okerlund in which he noted the successful title defense by WWF World Champion Bret Hart, Rumble victory by Yokozuna, and debuts of Lex Luger and Giant Gonzalez; included an ad promoting the Royal Rumble Hotline; featured an ad promoting WWF Mania; included ticket info for the following week's show; featured a closing announcement that Ric Flair would still appear for his scheduled appearances the coming weekend and that Typhoon would face Doink the Clown the following week:
Randy Savage pinned Repo Man with the flying elbowsmash at around the 12-minute mark; prior to the bout, Repo came to the ring in possession of Savage's hat which he had stolen the previous week; after the match, Savage regained the hat after several referees blocked him from coming off the top onto Repo, who was on the floor (Best of the WWF: Heroes of the Squared Circle, (UK Fan Favorites 93, Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK)
Kamala (w/ Slick) pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a splash at 3:32; after the bout, Vince McMahon conducted an interview with Slick and Kamala at ringside about Kamala's transformation because of Slick and the fans
Mr. Perfect pinned Ric Flair at around the 23-minute mark with the Perfect Plex as Flair attempted a backdrop; stipulations stated the loser would leave the WWF; during his entrance, Flair slapped hands with Bobby Heenan, at ringside; late in the match, Perfect bled from the forehead; after the match, Heenan was censored on commentary before throwing down his headset and complaining to the referee; moments later, Flair and Heenan went backstage together (Flair's last TV appearance for nearly 9 years) (WrestleFest 93, Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK, The Best of Raw 15th Anniversary, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)

2/1/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
2/1/93 - featured Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Rob Bartlett on commentary; included footage from the Madison Square Garden Headlock on Hunger event with WWF World Champion Bret Hart giving the American Red Cross a check for $100,000; during the segment, the ring was surrounded by all the talent that wrestled on the show; featured McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Brutus Beefcake, who said he was returning to the ring in the WWF; Beefcake then spoke about the death of his mother, father, the divorce of his wife, and his parasailing accident; Beefcake spoke about hearing the reaction of the doctors that worked on his destroyed face, the thought of giving up, and then finding the support of Hulk Hogan; he then said he was back to take on all comers (Beefcake's first appearance in nearly a year); included ticket information for how to attend WrestleMania IX; featured footage of Doink the Clown attacking Crush on WWF Superstars weeks earlier; included an ad promoting WWF Mania; featured McMahon conducting a ringside interview with Todd Pettengill about Pettengill having Giant Gonzalez as a studio guest on Mania the coming weekend; included Howard Finkel noting the passing of Andre the Giant, followed by a 10-bell salute; featured McMahon conducting a ringside interview with WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS in which they discussed Beefcake's comments earlier in the show and said he was stupid for issuing an open challenge; Dibiase then said Beefcake should pick between one of them, with Dibiase flipping a coin to get the chance to face Beefcake; moments later, Jimmy Hart interrupted and said what they were doing was a waste of time and they were risking their tag team titles; IRS said it would only be a workout, and Dibiase said there was no chance of either of them getting hurt; moments later, IRS claimed Beefcake didn't pay his taxes while he was in the hospital, with Hart sending his men backstage so they could discuss their tag team title defenses; included a vignette of Mr. Perfect and Steve Jordan of the Minnesota Vikings in which Perfect threw and caught his own pass; featured ticket information for the Feb. 22 Raw taping; included the announcement a 16-man battle royal and Beefcake vs. Dibiase would take place on the next Raw, in two weeks:
Tatanka pinned Damien Demento with the Samoan Drop at 4:10; during the bout, there were chants of "We want Flair"
Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated Skull Von Krus & Iron Mike Sharpe at 1:31 when Owen pinned Krus after a missile dropkick from Koko
Doink the Clown pinned Typhoon at 3:13 with a shoulder block from the middle turnbuckle and grabbing the tights for leverage with both hands; during the bout, there were several chants for Doink
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Bobby DeVito with the Bonzai Drop at 2:03; during the bout, Jim Duggan called in to the commentary team to discuss his match with Yokozuna that weekend on WWF Superstars and his attempt to knock Yoko off his feet
Lex Luger pinned Jason Knight with his pinky finger following the running forearm at 2:38; during Luger's entrance, an obese card girl entered the ring as Luger posed in front of his full-length mirror; during the match, it was noted Brutus Beefcake had accepted the challenge to face WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase; after the match, Luger lifted Knight up by his legs and tossed him (Luger's TV in-ring debut) (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)

2/1/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
2/15/93 - included an opening graphic noting the episode was pre-recorded; featured dueling promos from Brutus Beefcake and WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase, with Jimmy Hart, about their match scheduled later in the show; during Dibaise's promo, Hart told him there's no need to injure Beefcake, as Dibiase said he planned to do; during the show open, Randy Savage noted both God and Hulk Hogan were watching the back of Beefcake as he made his in-ring return later in the show; included a WrestleMania IX Report hosted by Gene Okerlund, with the announcement the Undertaker would face Giant Gonzalez and Crush would face Doink the Clown; featured a Special Report segment hosted by Lord Alfred Hayes focusing on the Jim Duggan vs. Yokozuna match from WWF Superstars, Duggan knocking Yoko off his feet, Yoko throwing salt into Duggan's face, and then repeatedly hitting the Bonzai Drop until Duggan was taken backstage on a stretcher; a pretaped promo by Fuji & Yoko then aired in which they bragged about the attack on Duggan; included the announcement that all 16 men set for the battle royal did not want to be in it if Giant Gonzalez was a participant and he was removed from the match as a result; featured footage of Gonzalez in a 1-on-3 hadicap match from WWF Superstars; included an ICO-PRO ad featuring WWF World Champion Bret Hart; featured a WWF Hasbro commercial; included a closing announcement that Beefcake would be OK after the main event match, an implied announcement that Hulk Hogan would be on the show along with Dibiase & IRS, and news that Tatanka & the Nasty Boys would face WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels & the Beverly Brothers:
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Glen Ruth & Bobby Who at 3:32 when Scott pinned Who following the bulldog off the top double team; during the match, Randy Savage had repeated technical issues with his headset
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Ross Greenberg with the Bonzai Drop at 2:01; Savage had continued technical issues during the match and stole Rob Bartlett's mic after the bout, taking Bartlett off commentary for the remainder of the show
Razor Ramon won a 16-man battle royal at around the 15-minute mark after Giant Gonzalez, with Harvey Wippleman, interfered; other participants included: Owen Hart, Koko B. Ware, Kamala (w/ Slick), Kimchee, Shawn Michaels, Iron Mike Sharpe, Bob Backlund, Typhoon, Damien Demento, Berzerker, Terry Taylor, and Skinner; order of elimination: Sharpe by Backlund via backdrop; Koko by Michaels via backdrop (2:23); Skinner by Typhoon via clothesline to the back of the head (4:45); Demento by Kamala via clothesline (5:04); Owen by Berzerker via tossing Owen off his back as Owen had a sleeper applied (5:35); Berzkerer by Kamala via thrust kick (6:13); Kamala by Typhoon and Kimchee (6:53); Kimchee by Kamala when Kamala came back in the ring (7:16); Kamala chased Kimchee into the balcony afterwards; Typhoon by Michaels via backdrop after avoiding a splash in the corner; Michaels by Tatanka and Santana when both men kicked Michaels off the turnbuckle after sending him into the corner; Tatanka by Gonzalez; Santana by Gonzalez (Invasion of the Bodyslammers)
Brutus Beefcake defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:26 when IRS, who came ringside moments earlier, hit Beefcake in the back with the steel briefcase as he ran the ropes; after the bout, Dibiase held Beefcake for IRS to hit him in the face with the briefcase but Hart repeatedly got in the way before he was eventually shoved out of the ring by IRS, with IRS then hitting Beefcake in the face with the weapon; moments later, Dibiase & IRS were sent backstage while Hart and several referees tended to Beefcake; Beefcake was then helped onto a stretcher and taken backstage by referees and officials; the camera then panned to the mat, which was stained by blood (Beefcake's first match in nearly 3 years) (1993 Year in Review, Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)

2/22/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
2/22/93 - featured an opening shot of Rob Bartlett in the crowd, with fans holding up Hulk Hogan signs in the background; included Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Bartlett on commentary; featured a pretaped sit-down interview of McMahon with Hulk Hogan, in the same studio they used before WrestleMania VIII, in which Hogan said the future of Hulkamania was bright, admitted he had made personal and business mistakes in his past, discussed "tabloid terrorism," said he wanted to be the leader of the 90s, noted "Believe in Hulk Hogan" was his new and fifth commandment, and that the fans wouldn't believe what he had to say on Raw; included an ad promoting tickets to WrestleMania IX; featured an outdoor segment in which Sean Mooney spoke with fans about how excited they were to see Hogan back in the WWF; included an ICO-PRO ad featuring WWF World Champion Bret Hart; featured a WWF Hasbro commercial; included McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Hogan in which Hogan discussed watching the previous week's match between Brutus Beefcake and WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase, then noting Beefcake would be OK; Hogan then thanked God and Jimmy Hart for the fact Beefcake wasn't injured further, said he was back in the WWF, and then called for Beefcake to join him in the ring; moments later, Beefcake came out, wearing sunglasses and a heavily taped nose, showing bruising around his eyes; Beefcake said he couldn't wait to face Money Inc., with Hogan then introducing Hart as he and Beefcake's new manager; Hart then appeared to a mixed reaction, said it was the greatest day of his life, he had long idolized Hogan, and Hogan & Beefcake would be the greatest tag team of all time; Hogan coined the name of the team as the Mega Maniacs and said they were after Money Inc. before then posing for the crowd (Hogan's return after a year absence):
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Scott Taylor at 3:01 with the headbutt off the top, standing headbutt, and a second headbutt off the top
Tatanka & the Nasty Boys defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels & the Beverly Brothers at around the 14-minute mark when Tatanka pinned Michaels by reversing an attempt at the side suplex into a sunset flip
Crush defeated Terry Taylor via submission with the head vice at around 3:46; the bout began during the commercial break
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Skinner; during the bout, it was announced Jimmy Hart would appear on WWF Mania the coming Saturday and that WWF World Champion Bret Hart would face one of the Headshrinkers the following week on Raw; the match went 2 minutes before the show went off the air; it was announced the conclusion would be shown the following week

3/1/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
3/1/93 - Rob Bartlett dressed as Elvis Presley for the duration of the show; featured the commentary team speaking with Crush, on the beach in Hawaii, in which he picked up a coconut and crushed it in his hands as an example of what he would do to Doink the Clown at WrestleMania; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS regarding their match against Hulk Hogan & Brutus Beefcake at WrestleMania IX, recent loss of Jimmy Hart, and IRS hitting Beefcake in the face with his steel briefcase; during the segment, IRS showed that the briefcase had a photo of Hogan taped to it because it was meant for him; Dibiase then said the tag team titles would be at stake in the match; featured the announcement Mr. Perfect would face Rick Martel and Money Inc. would face Virgil & Tito Santana the following week:
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Fatu (w/ Afa) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 15:06 after sending Fatu into Samu in the ring, causing Samu's head to become entangled in the ring ropes, and dropkicking Afa off the ring apron; mid-way through the bout, Samu came ringside and attacked the champion on the floor and later briefly switched places with Fatu in the ring when the referee wasn't looking (Best of the WWF: Bret Hitman Hart, Bret Hitman Hart: His Greatest Matches, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
Doink the Clown defeated Koko B. Ware via submission with the Stump Puller at 1:47; after the bout, Rob Bartlett attempted to interview Doink at ringside, with Doink bringing with him a gift box; when Bartlett asked if he could have something to eat from what was in the box, Doink shoved a pie into Bartlett's face
Lex Luger pinned PJ Walker with his pinky after the running forearm at 3:16; during the bout, Bobby Heenan called in to the commentary team; after the bout, Luger threw Walker to the floor, held him in front of the mirror, insulted him, and threw him to the floor
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Barry Hardy & Duane Gill at 4:06 when Scott pinned Gill with the Frankensteiner

3/1/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
3/8/93 - included an opening segment with comments from Hulk Hogan, Brutus Beefcake, & Jimmy Hart in which they accepted the challenge to face WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS at WrestleMania IX; featured Rick Martel twice appearing ringside, telling the Raw girls to leave, taking her sign, and then walking it around the ring himself; included the announcement Typhoon would face Bam Bam Bigelow and Kamala would be in action (neither took place due to numerous no-shows as a result of a blizzard):
WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS defeated Tito Santana & Virgil when IRS pinned Virgil at around the 8-minute mark with a back suplex after Dibiase tripped Virgil from the floor
Tatanka pinned Phil Apollo at 2:42 with the Samoan Drop; during the bout, WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels called in to the commentary team to comment on his match with Tatanka at WrestleMania IX
Papa Shango pinned Mike Edwards at 2:31 with the reverse shoulderbreaker
Bob Backlund pinned Tony Demoro at 3:51 with a modified roll up; during the bout, Rob Bartlett left ringside to interview Rick Martel backstage
Mr. Perfect pinned Rick Martel with the Perfect Plex at around the 10-minute mark as Martel attempted a backdrop; the finish took place during the commercial break; after the bout, Perfect brought back out the two Raw girls Martel had sent backstage earlier in the show (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)

3/15/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
3/15/93 - featured Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, & Rob Barlett - as Vince McMahon - on commentary; during the show open, Monsoon noted a blizzard changed the plans of the show but all the wrestlers that could be on hand for the show were; footage was then shown of the snow in Pougheekspie, before Monsoon noted McMahon & Randy Savage were in New York City; included a video package in which Randy Savage and the Rev. Jesse Jackson in which they promoted the Headlock on Hunger campaign; featured an ICO PRO ad featuring WWF World Champion Bret Hart; included an ad promoting WWF Hasbro figures; featured Heenan conducting an in-ring interview with the Giant Gonzalez & Harvey Wippleman, with Wippleman bragging about how Gonzalez overpowered the Undertaker at the Royal Rumble and saying Taker and Paul Bearer would go in their own caskets at WrestleMania; Gonzalez then told Taker that he had a "giant surprise" for him; included a WrestleMania ad focusing on the double main event; featured a WrestleMania IX Report hosted by Gene Okerlund in which he said all the crew would be wearing togas for the show; included an ad promoting WWF Mania; featured a video package on the WWF's charity work; included info on how to get tickets to the March 22 Raw; featured an ad promoting WWF video games for Nintendo, Game Boy, and Super Nintendo; included the announcement Kamala vs. Doink the Clown, Tatanka vs. Repo Man, the Bushwhackers, and WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibaise & IRS would be on the following week's show:
Razor Ramon pinned Russ Greenberg with the Razor's Edge at 3:08
Typhoon pinned LA Gore at 2:57 with the splash
Bob Backlund pinned Papa Shango at 6:58 with an inside cradle as Shango attempted a bodyslam
The Nasty Boys fought the Headshrinkers to a double count-out at 8:26 when the two teams began brawling in the concession area and ended up having a food fight; following their entrance, the Nastys hugged the oversized ring girl (Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK)

3/22/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
3/22/93 - featured Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Rob Barlett on commentary; included footage from the Michael Landon Awards the previous week in New York City, with appearances by Vince McMahon, Hulk Hogan, and Randy Savage; during the segment, Hogan introduced the same video package that aired the previous week on Raw that noted the WWF's charity work; Hogan then said McMahon was his hero and presented McMahon with the Michael Landon Award of Honor; McMahon then accepted and said he was undeserving, noting the work was done by the WWF superstars who took away the chronic pain of a child just by giving them some of their time and attention; featured the announcement of the formation of the WWF Hall of Fame and Andre the Giant as the first inductee, followed by a video package on Andre's WWF career; included an ICO PRO ad featuring WWF World Champion Bret Hart; featured a WWF Hasbro ad; included a WrestleMania IX Report hosted by Gene Okerlund in which he announced the Hart vs. Yokozuna contract signing would take place that coming weekend on WWF Superstars and Wrestling Challenge; featured an ad promoting WWF Mania; included the announcement that WWF Mania would feature a world premiere of a music video tribute to Hart to the tune of Aretha Franklin's "Respect;" featured an ad promoting the March to WrestleMania IX; included a closing segment in which the Rosetti sisters were introduced as Bartlett's fan club, with Barlett then kissing one of them; featured the announcement that Savage vs. Yokozuna, the Undertaker vs. Bam Bam Bigelow would be part of the March to WrestleMania, plus an interview with Hogan, Brutus Beefcake, & Jimmy Hart:
The Bushwhackers defeated Damien Demento & Repo Man when Butch pinned Repo with the battering ram at 5:28; prior to the bout, the Bushwhackers made their entrance through the crowd, first appearing in the balcony; upon their entrance, the Bushwhackers liked the face of the overweight Raw girl (Repo Man's last appearance for 8 years)
Tatanka pinned Reno Riggins at 3:30 with the Samoan Drop
WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS defeated Jeff Armstrong & Scott Rich at 3:02 when IRS scored the pin with the Write Off lariat; following the champions' entrance, IRS cut an in-ring promo telling the fans not to cheat on their taxes; during the bout, Rob Bartlett was shown changing the channels to see what Raw was competing against
Doink the Clown defeated Kamala (w/ Slick) via count-out at 5:40 when Doink distracted Kamala with a gift box on the floor; after opening the box to find it empty, Kamala chased Doink under the ring; after Doink emerged, he grabbed a chair and waited for Kamala but Kamala came out another side of the ring, attacked him, and chased him backstage with the chair (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)

3/29/93 - included highlights from the March to WrestleMania IX; featured Rob Bartlett in an empty Manhattan Center, not knowing where the crew or fans were; included footage of Yokozuna attacking WWF World Champion Bret Hart during their recent contract signing; featured the Randy Savage vs. Yokozuna, Mr. Perfect vs. Skinner, and Undertaker vs. Giant Gonzales matches taped 3/7/93 in Fayetteville, NC; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Hulk Hogan, Brutus Beefcake, & Jimmy Hart; featured a WrestleMania IX Report hosted by Okerlund; included a closing music tribute to Hart to the tune of Aretha Franklin's "Respect"

3/22/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
4/5/93 - featured Vince McMahon & Randy Savage on commentary; included footage after WrestleMania IX of Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Yokozuna & Mr. Fuji, with it noted Fuji was filing protest over Yoko's title loss the previous night to Hulk Hogan, citing it was not an official match; featured info on the WrestleMania IX Hotline; included an ICO PRO ad featuring Bret Hart; featured an ad promoting the WrestleMania IX replay the following Monday night; included an ad promoting WWF Mania; featured a WWF Hasbro ad; included the closing announcement WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS would face the Bushwhackers:
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Virgil with the diving headbutt at 6:59; during the bout, there were loud chants of "Virgil sucks;" it was later noted that Rob Bartlett was stranded in Las Vegas after WrestleMania
Jerry Lawler fought Jim Powers to a no contest; during his entrance, Lawler took the mic from Howard Finkel, said he was used to getting respect, and told the fans he would leave if the fans kept chanting "Burger King;" when they didn't stop chanting, Lawler left ringside
Bob Backlund pinned Kimchee at 3:58 with a roll up into a bridge
Damien Demento pinned Jim Brunzell at 5:07 with a jumping kneedrop; during the bout, Rob Bartlett called in to Vince McMahon and Randy Savage on the phone, calling from Las Vegas, wondering why no one was at Raw the previous week; Bartlett then said he had no money and was stuck in Vegas; McMahon hung up on him, claiming there was a bad connection, when Bartlett asked for help getting back; Brunzell used "Crank it Up" as his theme song for the match
Jerry Lawler fought Jim Powers to a no contest when Lawler returned backstage due to the chants of "Burger King" from the fans
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Beverly Brothers at 10:56 when Scott pinned Blake with the Frankensteiner; prior to the bout, it was noted the Steiners had challenged the winners of the previous night's WWF Tag Team Title match (Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK)
Jerry Lawler pinned Jim Powers at 6:16 with the piledriver and using the tights for leverage; following the commercial break, Vince McMahon conducted an interview at the commentary table in which Lawler insulted the crowd and Randy Savage, adding that Savage didn't have the guts to face him; Savage responded by standing up from his commentary seat but the show ended before anything else occured

4/12/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
4/12/93 - featured an opening segment where WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS paid off the Beverly Brothers to give them advice about how to face and beat Rick & Scott Steiner; included Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Rob Bartlett on commentary; the scheduled match between WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS and the Bushwhackers did not take place; featured an ad promoting the WrestleMania IX replay later that night on pay-per-view; included a WrestleMania IX Report hosted by Sean Mooney in which he recapped the happenings of the WWF World Title match, the two Doinks, the Undertaker vs. Giant Gonzalez, and hyped the pay-per-view replay immediately after Raw; featured an ICO PRO ad featuring the Steiners; included Bartlett conducting a ringside interview with Luna Vachon, who said she was the woman of the 90s and the only thing strong about Sensational Sherri was her breath; Bartlett then noted Sherri was in the building, with Sherri then walking ringside and saying Bartlett was disgracing the WWF by simply interviewing Luna; the two continued to have words before Sherri attacked Luna, tore Bartlett's vest, and dropped Luna with a suplex on the floor; Sherri began choking Luna with a cord before Luna hit her with a monitor and tore open sherri's shirt; the two then fought into the crowd before Sgt. Slaughter hoisted Luna over his shoulder and carried her backstage; following the commercial break, Savage attempted to conduct a ringside interview with Sherri, who held his cowboy hat to cover her chest, before Luna returned; the two then briefly fought again before Sherri said she would face Luna any time; featured footage following WrestleMania of Todd Pettengill conducting interviews with fans from Germany and Australia, Vladimir the super fan, and others who said the show was the best WrestleMania to date; included a WWF Hasbro ad; featured the announcement Bret Hart would be on hand the next week for an interview and Razor Ramon vs. Virgil; the commentary team then spoke with Money Inc., who were backstage, about facing the Beverly Brothers the next week; moments later, the Beverlys jumped them from behind, with the teams brawling as the show ended:
Scott Steiner (w/ Rick Steiner) defeated WWF Tag Team Champion IRS (w/ Ted Dibiase) via disqualification at 12:05 when Dibiase interfered and broke the cover after Steiner hit a double underhook into a powerbomb; prior to the bout, IRS took the mic and reminded the fans they had until Thursday to send in their tax forms, and that they better not cheat on them; after the bout, the Steiners fought off Money Inc and set up Dibiase for the bulldog off the top double team only for the Beverly Brothers to come out and gang up on the Steiners; after the bout, the Beverlys accidentally hit a double clothesline on Dibiase when Scott moved out of the way; moments later, Money Inc and the Beverlys got into a shoving contest before the Beverlys knocked IRS to the floor and cornered Dibiase; Money Inc. then left ringside as the Beverlys challenged them to get in the ring (Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK)
Tatanka pinned Von Krus with the Samoan Drop at 4:00; during the bout, Doink the Clown briefly appeared in the aisle
Papa Shango pinned Scott Taylor at 2:24 with the reverse shoulderbreaker; during the match, Rob Bartlett, his clothes torn, returned ringside
Frier Ferguson pinned Chris Duffy at 4:22 by blocking a sunset flip with a sit-down splash; during the bout, it was announced the Beverly Brothers would face WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS the next week in a non-title match (Ferguson's only televised match)

4/12/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
4/19/93 - featured opening backstage promos by WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS, and the Beverly Brothers on their match later in the show; included a backstage promo by Luna Vachon, with a dungeon in the background, in which she cut a promo on Sensational Sherri, as still images were shown from WrestleMania, exclusive footage of her attacking Sherri backstage at WrestleMania, and footage of their fight the previous week aired; Luna then said she would wipe Sherri from the earth; featured an ICO PRO ad featuring Rick & Scott Steiner; included a WWF Mania ad; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Bret Hart about his loss of the WWF World Title at WrestleMania, with Hart saying critics had long said he wouldn't attain what he had attained and he would be back to the top in the WWF; Hart then said he made a "hit list" and Lex Luger was at the top of it for knocking him out at the WrestleMania brunch and agreed that WWF President Jack Tunney should investigate Luger's forearm; Hart then issued a challenge to Luger, Yokozuna, and WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan; included an ad promoting WWF Hasbro toys; featured the announcement Crush would face Luger the following week (Rob Bartlett's last appearance):
Razor Ramon pinned Virgil with the Razor's Edge at 6:59 after Virgil missed a reverse crossbody from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, there were loud chants of "Razor"
Giant Gonzalez (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned LA Gore with the chokeslam at 1:20; during the bout, Wippleman yelled that Gonzalez could beat anyone, from Hulk Hogan to Bret Hart
Tatanka pinned Art Thomas at 2:29 with the Samoan Drop
WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS defeated the Beverly Brothers in a non-title match at 12:59 when Dibiase pinned Beau after Beau accidentally hit Blake when Dibiase moved out of the way; prior to the bout, IRS took the mic and said the fans that didn't file their taxes wouldn't get an extension (Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK)
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Phil Apollo with the diving headbutt at 4:43; during the match, Doink the Clown briefly appeared in the aisle; after the bout, Bigelow hit the move a second time; moments later, Friar Ferguson came out and tended to Apollo before knocking Bigelow to the floor with a dropkick; following the commercial break, Friar blessed the crowd

4/26/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
4/26/93 - featured Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included a video package in which local student Jasmine McNeill read an essay about drugs, with the Undertaker then appearing and repeating her like that "there's no hope with dope;" featured a segment in which Heenan said there was a couple in attendance and the man planned to ask his girlfriend to marry him, then telling the director on the headset where they were sitting; Heenan then said he planned to make sure she said no; included an ad promoting the King of the Ring; featured the announcement that Mr. Perfect vs. Doink and Lex Luger vs. Bob Backlund matches that weekend, on WWF Superstars and Wrestling Challenge, would be qualifiers for the King of the Ring; included an ICO PRO ad featuring Tatanka; featured a WWF Hasbro ad; included a vignette promoting the debut of the Smoking Gunns; featured McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels about the challenge of Mr. Perfect and defending the title the next week against Jim Duggan; after Michaels alluded that two fans in the crowd were "in some march in Washington," the crowd chanted "Shawn is gay;" footage then aired of Michaels attacking Perfect during WrestleMania, with Michaels saying Perfect was that guy that lived in the trash can on Sesame Street; moments later, Perfect came ringside, with officials and referees holding him back; Michaels eventually landed a kick to Perfect's head, with Perfect then chasing him backstage; included footage from WWF Superstars of Tatanka making the save for Sensational Sherri against Bam Bam Bigelow, with Bigelow then jumping Tatanka backstage later in the show and cutting off some of Tatanka's hair; Joey Smith and Howard Cross of the New York Giants were shown in attendance for the show; featured a segment in which Heenan introduced Paul Sosnowski and his girlfriend Louise, from New Jersey, with Paul then asking Louise to marry him; Heenan then told Paul to get down on one knee and Louise said yes, with Heenan then asking if they would get married on Raw; included the announcement that Kamala and the Headshrinkers would be on the following week's show:
Mr. Perfect pinned Damien Demento with the Perfect Plex at 4:56
Lex Luger defeated Crush via count-out at around the 13-minute mark when Luger hit the running forearm, knocking Crush to the floor, after Crush became distracted by a Doink in opposite sides of the balcony; prior to the bout, images were shown of the steel plate in Luger's forearm and that WWF President Jack Tunney ruled that he could do nothing about the plate; prior to the finish, Crush had Luger in the head vice (Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
Mr. Hughes pinned Jason Knight at 2:07 with the sidewalk slam; during the match, Bobby Heenan was shown changing the channels on a TV on the commentary table
Typhoon pinned Skull Von Krus at 2:37 with the splash; during the bout, Jim Duggan called in to speak to the commentary team about his match the following week against WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels

4/26/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
5/3/93 - featured Vince McMahon, Bobby Heenan, & Randy Savage on commentary; included a King of the Ring Report hosted by Gene Okerlund in which it was announced WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan would face Yokozuna, Bret Hart received a bye, Lex Luger advanced, and a rematch would take place between Mr. Perfect and Doink the Clown for a qualifying match; moments later, Okerlund received word that Jim Duggan had left the ring and had called WWF President Jack Tunney; Okerlund then said Tito Santana vs. Razor Ramon on WWF Superstars and Duggan vs. Papa Shango on Wrestling Challenge in qualifying matches would take place that weekend; featured an ad promoting WWF Mania; included an ICO PRO ad featuring Tatanka; featured McMahon conducting a ringside interview with Duggan about his lumberjack rules rematch the following week against WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels; included a vignette promoting the debut of the Smoking Gunns; featured footage of the Bushwhackers doing home improvement with Lord Alfred Hayes on the new Smack'em Whack'em Coliseum Video; included the announcement $8,000 was raised during the night for Miracle House, along with info on how fans could contribute to the cause; featured Heenan conducting a closing backstage interview with Michaels regarding his lumberjack match with Duggan the following week:
Jim Duggan defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via count-out at 11:17 when the champion escaped through the crowd after being clotheslined over the retaining barrier by the challenger; during the bout, there were chants of "Shawn is gay;" after the match, Duggan grabbed a mic and said, due to the cheap way Michaels walked out of the match, he would not leave the ring until he was granted a rematch; Duggan then threw a chair into the ring and sat in it as the crowd chanted "Take the belt;" following the commercial break, (UK Fan Favorites 93, Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK, Grudges, Gripes, & Grunts, The Best of the Intercontinental Championship)
Doink the Clown defeated the Kamikaze Kid via submission with the Stump Puller at 2:05 (Sean Waltman's TV debut)
Bob Backlund pinned Duane Gill with a bridge at 3:39; during the bout, it was announced WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels would defend against Jim Duggan the following week in a lumberjack rematch
The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated Jay Sledge & Jim Bell at 5:43 when Fatu pinned Bell with the splash off the top; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano was introduced to the crowd and provided guest commentary for the match; following the ring entrances, Afa and the Headshrinkers pointed at Albano from the ring and yelled; during the bout, it was noted Yokozuna would be one of the lumberjacks the following week; after the bout, the Headshrinkers ripped Bell's singlet (Albano's first appearance in six years)
Kamala pinned Rich Myers at 2:29 with a splash; during the bout, it was announced Mr. Perfect would be a lumberjack on the following week's show

5/10/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
5/10/93 - featured an opening segment, taped at 7:02 p.m., of Lord Alfred Hayes conducting an outdoor interview with WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels about his match later in the night against Jim Duggan; moments later, Mr. Perfect jumped Michaels, with the two brawling into the street before Perfect threw Michaels onto the windshield of a car; moments later, officials pulled the two men apart; included Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; during the commentary open of the show, footage was shown of the shattered windshield from the earlier altercation; featured a vignette promoting the debut of the Smoking Gunns, followed by news they would make their debut the coming Saturday on WWF Mania; included a King of the Ring Report hosted by Gene Okerlund in which he announced upcoming qualifying matches: Mr. Perfect and Doink the Clown would have a rematch on Wrestling Challenge that weekend while Tatanka would face Giant Gonzalez on WWF Superstars; featured an ICO PRO ad featuring Tatanka; included an ad promoting WWF All American, followed by the news Crush would face Blake Beverly the coming weekend; featured an ad promoting WWF Hasbro figures:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Typhoon at around the 7-minute mark with a Samoan Drop and the diving headbutt after Typhoon hit the corner (Best of the WWF: Fan Favorites, Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK)
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned PJ Walker with a chop and the Bonzai Drop at 2:12; during the bout, it was announced Yokozuna would face Kamala the following week
Mr. Perfect pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with the Perfect Plex at 4:40; prior to the match, Perfect grabbed the heavy ring girl by the face and put his chewed gum in her mouth, with the woman then chewing it; during the contest, Bobby Heenan was shown flipping TV channels at the commentary table after saying he'd rather watch anything else than Perfect wrestle
Mr. Hughes (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned the Cannonball Kid with the sidewalk slam at 2:19; after the bout, Hughes threw his opponent to the floor; prior to the bout, Bobby Heenan walked around the ring trying to get the phone number of the Raw girl (Wippleman's surprise debut with Hughes)
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Jim Duggan via disqualification in a lumberjack match at 17:20 when Mr. Perfect attacked Michaels, moments after Yokozuna hit a legdrop on the challenger on the floor behind the referee's back; lumberjacks for the match included Mr. Perfect, Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) , Terry Taylor, Bam Bam Bigelow, Typhoon, Bob Backlund, Mr. Hughes, and Tatanka; during Duggan's entrance, he attacked Yokozuna outside the ring; moments later, Michaels came out to the ring on crutches, claiming he was too injured to compete; Perfect then came up behind him and twice threw him in the ring, proving Michaels' injury was fake in the process; early in the match, there were chants of "Shawn is gay;" after the bout, Michaels and Perfect brawled in the ring, with all the other lumberjacks doing the same before Duggan cleared the ring with his 2x4 (Monday Night Raw Prime Cuts UK, Grudges, Gripes, & Grunts, Most Unusual Matches Ever, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)

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 (1993 Year in Review, Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts, The Best of Raw 15th Anniversary, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
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) (1993 Year in Review, Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts, German Fan Favorites , The Best of Raw 15th Anniversary, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)

5/17/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
5/24/93 - included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Razor Ramon in which Razor offered the Kid $2500 for a rematch; moments later, Bret Hart came ringside and joined the crowd in chanting '1-2-3' before implying Razor was too distracted to be able to win against Bret at the King of the Ring:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Mr. Perfect pinned Doink the Clown with the Perfect Plex at around the 15-minute mark after the initial Doink switched places with a second Doink underneath the ring; after the bout, the two Doinks attacked Perfect until Crush made the save and cleared them from the ring (1993 Year in Review, Best of the WWF: Heroes of the Squared Circle, Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS defeated Mike Bell & Tony Devito at 3:58 when IRS pinned Devito with the Write Off clothesline; prior to the bout, Dibiase offered anyone $100 to shine his shoes; after a fan did so, IRS took out 70% of the pay and gave the fan $30
Crush defeated Bobby Who via submission with the head vice at 3:22
Adam Bomb pinned Phil Apollo with the powerbomb at 2:34

5/31/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
5/31/93 - included an opening pre-taped segment in which Jim Duggan talked about Memorial Day; featured Razor Ramon offering the pay the 1-2-3 Kid $5000 for a rematch, with the Kid rejecting the offer; included a closing segment in which Vince McMahon conducted an in-ring interview with Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji in which Fuji said he would celebrate Memorial Day on June 13 after Yoko beats Hulk Hogan; moments later, Jim Duggan appeared in the balcony and began a USA chant as the show came to a close:
WWF IC Champion Marty Jannetty (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) via count-out after the challenger pushed Jannetty back into the ring but could not beat the 10-count himself due to Sherri; after the bout, Bigelow attacked the champion before a number of officials came to the ring to hold him off; after the commercial break, Sherri returned ringside and challenged Luna to come out; the two went at it briefly before Bigelow came to Luna's aid, which prompted Tatanka to make the save for Sherri
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Rich Myers & the Executioner at 4:14 when Scott pinned Myers following the bulldog off the top double team
Mr. Hughes pinned Bert Centeno with the sidewalk slam at 3:02
Jim Duggan pinned Bill Thomas at 2:21 with the running clothesline; after the match, Duggan led the crowd in reciting the Pledge of Alliegance
6/7/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
6/7/93 - included Yokozuna & Mr. Fuji as guests of the King's Court in which Fuji cut a promo on Yoko facing WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at the King of the Ring and mentioned Yoko was now 550 pounds; before introducing his guests, Lawler spent several minutes insulting the New York crowd; featured the announcement that Marty Jannetty would face Doink the Clown the following week; included a closing segment in which Vince McMahon interviewed Razor Ramon about his problems with the 1-2-3 Kid, with Razor saying the Kid would face him the next week for $7,500; moments later, McMahon said there was no confirmation that would happen and that Razor earned only 7% of the fan vote in the King of the Ring hotline when it came to the wrestler the fans thought would win the tournament; Ramon then said Bret Hart would be a "nutter loser," in reference to the name of the arena:
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) pinned Russ Greenberg with a piledriver at 3:53; Michaels was introduced as the new IC champion before the opening credits and then stopped by the commentary team to say no one knew how good it was to feel like he or his new "insurance policy;" after the King of the Ring Report following the match - in which it was announced the already scheduled Michaels / Crush match would be for Michaels' newly won championship - Michaels and Diesel returned ringside and cut a promo protesting the fact he had to defend his title at the pay-per-view and claimed Vince McMahon was jealous of him (Diesel's TV debut)
Adam Bomb (w/ Johnny Polo) pinned Tito Santana at 5:32 with a slingshot clothesline to the back of Santana's head; during the bout, McMahon said Razor Ramon offered the 1-2-3 Kid $7,500 for a rematch
Tatanka pinned Peter Weeks with a tomahawk chop off the top at 3:16; during the bout, McMahon said that while Bret Hart was in the lead when it came to the King of the Ring hotline fan poll, Tatanka was in second place
Fatu (w/ Samu & Afa) & WWF Tag Team Champion IRS (w/ WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase) defeated Rick Steiner (w/ Scott Steiner) & Billy Gunn (w/ Bart Gunn) at around 11:30 when IRS pinned Gunn with a clothesline from behind, sending Gunn throat-first into the top rope, after Gunn knocked Dibiase off the ring apron; Randy Savage announced during the bout that it was the birthday of Howard Finkel and Ms. Prichard, down in Houston; during the match, tension was teased beteween the Headshrinkers and Money Inc after IRS accidentally ran into one of the Shrinkers; during the commercial break, the champions paid off the Shrinkers to cool things down, with Afa eating the money thinking it was food (Best of the WWF: Mega Matches)

6/7/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
6/14/93 - included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Razor Ramon who offered the Kid $10,000 for a rematch; later in the broadcast, the Kid called in from Osaka, Japan to accept the offer with the match to be held the following week; featured the Undertaker / PJ Walker match from WWF Superstars in full as well as the post-match attack from Giant Gonzalez and Mr. Hughes:
Mr. Perfect pinned LA Gore with the Perfect Plex
Marty Jannetty fought Doink the Clown to a double count-out when both men began brawling on the floor; after the match, a number of referees came ringside to seperate the two
Owen Hart pinned Dan Dubiel with a suplex into a bridge
Jerry Lawler pinned Mark Thomas with the piledriver; during the match it was announced that Mr. Fuji & Yokozuna's world title win celebration would be held at an unnamed American landmark and an open challenge was thrown out for all American athletes to attempt to slam Yoko

6/21/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
6/21/93:
WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Reno Riggins & Barry Hardy when Scott pinned Riggins with the Frankensteiner at 3:51; during the bout, it was announced the Steiners won the titles over Ted Dibiase & IRS the previous Monday, lost them back to Dibiase & IRS the previous Wednesday, and then won them back Saturday; it was also announced that both Steiners would take part in WWF World Champion Yokozuna's bodyslam challenge on July 4
Marty Jannetty defeated Doink the Clown in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 20:38; fall #1: Doink pinned Jannetty at 7:16 with the Woopie Cushion after Jannetty hit the corner chest-first; fall #2: Jannetty pinned Doink with the flying fistdrop at 4:38 after a facebuster; fall #3: Jannetty defeated Doink via reverse decision; Doink originally won the match at 8:44 with a piledriver after switching places with a second Doink but Randy Savage pulled the hiding Doink out from under the ring and referee Earl Hebner changed the call; during the bout, it was noted several players in the NFL, NBA, and NHL would participate in the Bodyslam Challenge on the USS Intrepid (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
Mr. Hughes pinned Bobby Who at 3:01
Razor Ramon fought the 1-2-3 Kid to a no contest at 5:14 when the Kid grabbed the $10,000 Razor put up to get the rematch and escaped in a waiting car outside the arena (Most Unusual Matches Ever, 1993 Year in Review)

6/21/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
6/28/93 - included Vince McMahon conducting an interview with WWF World Champion Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji regarding the upcoming bodyslam challenge; featured McMahon conducting an interview with Ted Dibiase & IRS in which a rematch with WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner was alluded to as well as Dibiase making several comments about Razor Ramon's recent loss against the Kid:
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) pinned Kamala at around the 11-minute mark with a superkick to the back of the head after the challenger became distracted by Diesel on the ring apron; after the bout, Diesel came to Michaels' aid by knocking Kamala out with a punch to the face before both men pounded and stomped on the challenger (Shawn Michaels: Hits From the Heartbreak Kid)
The Smoking Gunns defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Barry Horowitz at 4:26 when Billy Gunn pinned Horowitz
Adam Bomb pinned PJ Walker with the powerbomb at 2:13
Crush pinned Bastion Booger after three bodyslams at 5:37

7/5/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
7/5/93 - included footage from the previous day as Lex Luger won the bodyslam challenge on the USS Intrepid; featured Vince McMahon conducting an interview with WWF World Champion Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji regarding the previous day's events on the USS Intrepid, with Fuji throwing out an open challenge for Yoko to defend the title; moments later, Crush came out to accept the challenge and, even though Fuji didn't want to accept, Yoko agreed to the match:
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Blake Beverly at 8:00 with a legdrop off the top
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Joey Maggs at the 40-second mark
The Undertaker pinned Samu (w/ Afa) with a chokeslam and the tombstone at around the 9-minute mark (Best of the WWF: Mega Matches)
Mr. Perfect pinned Brian Costello

7/5/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
7/12/93:
WWF World Champion Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Crush with a belly to belly suplex and the Bonzai Drop at around the 10-minute mark after Fuji caused Crush to fall off the top rope to the floor; after the bout, Yoko hit the move twice more before Tatanka appeared to make the save but was knocked to the floor; moments later, Yoko hit the move a fourth time, with Yoko clearing the ring of two enhancement wrestlers; as the champion attempted the move a fifth time, Randy Savage left the commentary position, pulled Crush from the ring, and held Yoko back with a wooden chair; Crush was eventually taken backstage on a stretcher (Crush's last appearance for 3 months) (Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts)
The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated Aaron Ferguson & PJ Walker
Tatanka defeated the Brooklyn Brawler
Mr. Hughes defeated Tony DeVito; prior to the bout, a wreath was brought ringside for Hughes from the Undertaker
Adam Bomb pinned Scott Atami

7/19/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
7/19/93 - featured footage from the start of the Lex Express tour; included Tiny Tim as a guest of the King's Court in which Lawler broke Tim's ukulele for calling him the Dairy Queen; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Money Inc in which their upcoming title match with the Steiner Brothers on Superstars was hyped; after Ted Dibiase cut a promo on Razor Ramon, Razor came out to the ring; moments later, Razor cleared the ring of Dibiase and IRS after Dibiase offered to let Razor be a custodian; as the segment came to a close, Dibiase demanded a match with the Kid with the intent of beating him in 30 seconds and making Razor look even worse:
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) pinned Marty Jannetty at around the 23-minute mark after Jannetty missed a crossbody, hit the floor, and was rolled back inside the ring by Diesel; Jannetty originally won the match and title with a DDT at 5:08 but referee Earl Hebner failed to notice Michaels' foot on the bottom rope during the cover; after the commercial break, Diesel and Bobby Heenan showed a reply of the finish to Hebner, who then ordered that the match continue (voted PWI Match of the Year) (The Best of the Intercontinental Championship)
Men on a Mission defeated Rich Myers & Hank Harris (MOM's Raw debut)
Bastion Booger pinned Scott Despres
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Chris Duffy; during the bout, Money Inc came ringside to watch the match, prompting Razor to come out as well; after the contest, the Kid - not wanting to go past Money Inc or Razor - left through the crowd as Razor taunted Dibiase

7/19/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
7/26/93 - included a vignette on Ludvig Borga; featured Vince McMahon conducting an interview with Lex Luger regarding his title shot at Summer Slam and the Lex Express:
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) defeated Bret Hart via count-out at around the 17-minute mark when Hart left through the crowd after Jerry Lawler appeared and taunted Stu & Helen Hart in the balcony section for several minutes; after the bout, Bret went up to the balcony to find Lawler but he had already escaped; moments later, Bret checked on his parents (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
Mr. Hughes pinned Russ Greenberg with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Hughes destroyed flowers which were brought ringside for him by the Undertaker
The Smoking Gunns defeated Duane Gill & Glen Ruth when Bart pinned Ruth following the backdrop / piledriver double team
Doink the Clown pinned Phil Apollo with the Whoopie Cushion; after the bout, Doink grabbed a microphone and challenged Randy Savage for the following week as two more Doinks came ringside

7/25/93; Alexandria Bay, NY; Castle Recreation Center
8/2/93 - featured a backstage promo by Randy Savage in which he said he had a "little surprise" for Doink the Clown later in the show; included the first "Who is Lex Luger?" vignette in which Luger discussed academics and his extra-cirricular activities and being shy as a kid and having that confused as arrogance; featured the announcement Tatanka would face Mr. Hughes the following week; included Vince McMahon and Bobby Heenan speaking with Ted Dibiase on the phone about his loss over the weekend on Wrestling Challenge to the 1-2-3 Kid, with Dibiase hanging up when McMahon said they were going to review footage from the match; moments after the footage was shown, Jim Cornette - from Smoky Mountain Wrestling - walked out to the ring and was hugged and introduced over the mic by Heenan, who put him over as the greatest manager in the history of wrestling; Cornette then said he was only the greatest manager because Heenan retired and said he had the greatest tag team he had ever managed - the Heavenly Bodies - and issued a challenge to WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner on behalf of his team (Cornette's surprise WWF debut); featured Jim Duggan's "USA" video from "WrestleMania: The Album;" included footage of the tourist attractions in the Alexandria Bay area; featured footage of the Lex Express visiting Erie, PA; included a closing announcement from Cornette that the Heavenly Bodies would debut the following week and he had a few other surprises as well:
WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Barry Horowitz & Duane Gill at 2:45 when Scott pinned Gill following the Frankensteiner; prior to the bout, it was announced the Steiners had issued an open challenge to defend their titles against any team at Summer Slam
Adam Bomb (w/ Johnny Polo) pinned Tony Roy at 2:18 with the powerbomb; prior to the bout, it was announced Lex Luger and WWF World Champion Yokozuna would appear next week for the official contract signing for their Summer Slam world title match
Randy Savage pinned Doink the Clown at 11:22 with an inside cradle moments after a midget dressed as Savage appeared from underneath the ring and distracted Doink from the ring apron; after the bout, the "Macho Midget" (Tiger Jackson) bit Doink on the butt before Doink was held back by officials and forced backstage (Macho Midget's surprise debut) (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
Mr. Perfect pinned Barry Hardy with the Perfect Plex at 2:40; Jim Cornette did guest commentary for the bout alongside McMahon & Heenan; during the match, McMahon mentioned the Armstrong Brothers and the Rock 'n' Roll Express as top rivals of Cornette's Heavenly Bodies in SMW

7/25/93; Alexandria Bay, NY; Castle Recreation Center
8/9/93 - included footage of the Lex Express at Commiskey Park; featured the official contract signing for Luger / Yoko at Summer Slam in which Jim Cornette came out with Mr. Fuji and the champion as Yoko's new American spokesperson; after Luger signed the contract, Cornette announced that an added clause to the match said that there would be no rematch; WWF President Jack Tunney and a number of officials oversaw the signing; included the debut of Randy Savage's music video 'Speaking from the Heart' from the WrestleMania album:
Tatanka defeated Mr. Hughes (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via count-out after slamming Hughes on the floor; after the bout, Hughes knocked Tatanka out with the Undertaker's urn and placed a wreath on him
The Bushwhackers & the Macho Midget defeated the Brooklyn Brawler, Blake Beverly, & Little Louie when Macho pinned the Brawler with a splash off the top
Razor Ramon pinned Dan Dubiel with the Razor's Edge
Tom Prichard & Jimmy Del Ray (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Bobby Who & Mike Bucci when Del Ray pinned Bucci with the moonsault; after the bout, Cornette cut a promo on WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner (Prichard & Del Ray's debut)

8/16/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
8/16/93:
The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Ted Dibiase via disqualification when IRS interfered; after the bout, WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner made the save (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
The Headshrinkers defeated Mike Khoury & Dave Moraldo
Marty Jannetty pinned Bastion Booger at 4:46 with a roll up immediately after Booger hit the sit-down splash (Best of the WWF: Fan Favorites)
Men on a Mission defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Barry Horowitz
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) pinned Rich Myers

8/23/93:
Featured a 1-hour special of the previous night's "Summer Slam Spectacular" show

9/13/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
9/13/93:
The Quebecers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner via disqualification to win the titles at around the 22-minute mark after Scott stole a hockey stick away from Jacques and hit him with it; pre-match stipulations stated the titles could change hands on a count-out or disqualification and that a disqualification could be caused by using a piledriver, throwing your opponent over the top rope, or coming off the top rope; mid-way through the bout, Johnny Polo appeared ringside with the hockey stick (Polo's debut as the Quebecers' manager) (1993 Year in Review, Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts)
Mr. Perfect pinned Tony Devito with the Perfect Plex at 2:47
Razor Ramon pinned the Executioner with a back suplex off the middle turnbuckle at 2:36
Doink the Clown pinned Rich Myers at 2:10 with the Whoopie Cushion; after the bout, Doink dumped a pail of water on Bobby Heenan's head

9/13/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
9/20/93:
Scott Steiner pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Pierre with the Frankensteiner; this win would have earned the Steiners a rematch for the titles but the Quebecers stated that there were other teams more deserving
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Laverne Magille
Mr. Perfect pinned Mike Bell
PJ Walker pinned IRS with a roll up at 1:22 after IRS became distracted by Razor Ramon at ringside; after the bout, IRS went after Ramon but was held back by referees; moments later, Razor slid in the ring and dared IRS to come after him (Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts)

9/27/93; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
9/27/93 - included WWF President Jack Tunney's announcement that Shawn Michaels had been stripped of the IC title and a 20-man battle royal would be held to determine which two wrestlers would battle to fill the vacancy:
Tatanka fought Rick Martel to a double count-out (Martel's return TV match)
Ludvig Borga defeated Phil Apollo via submission with the torture rack
Jimmy Snuka pinned Paul VanDale with the splash off the top (Snuka's return match); during the bout, Bobby Heenan talked to Crush on the phone and questioned why Randy Savage was in the 20-man battle royal but not Crush, trying to create dissention between the two
WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) defeated 1-2-3 Kid (sub. for Reno Riggins) & Barry Horowitz when Pierre pinned the Kid after the challenger fell to the floor, after having the top rope pulled down, and Polo pushed him back into the ring

9/27/93; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
10/4/93:
Razor Ramon and Rick Martel co-won a 20-man battle royal by last eliminating WWF Tag Team Champions Jacques & Pierre; order of elimination: Giant Gonzalez by Randy Savage, Adam Bomb, Marty Jannetty, Diesel, Bastion Booger, and the 1-2-3 Kid (0:30); Mabel by Diesel (5:44); IRS by Razor (6:15); the Kid by Booger (6:47); Diesel by Mr. Perfect (8:09); Jimmy Snuka by Martel via a backdrop; Perfect by Bam Bam Bigelow; Jannetty by Bomb via a backdrop; Tatanka was eliminated when Bigelow pulled down the top rope as Tatanka attempted a crossbody; Booger by Savage; Bigelow by Razor via a clothesline; MVP by Owen Hart via a dropkick; Owen by Jacques; Bomb by Savage via an overhead throw; Savage by Martel, Jacques & Pierre; Jacques by Pierre after Razor moved and Pierre accidentally hit a clothesline on his partner; Pierre by Razor; pre-match stipulations stated the two co-winners would compete the following week for the vacant WWF IC title; after the bout, Razor and Martel were held apart by officials (MVP's debut) (Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts)
The Heavenly Bodies defeated Mark Taylor & Scott Thomas
Doink the Clown pinned Corey Student with the Cannonball; after the bout, Bam Bam Bigelow and Luna Vachon came ringside but were held back by officials, though Bigelow did destroy Doink's red toy wagon (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)

9/27/93; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
10/11/93 - included Vince McMahon conducting an interview with Ludvig Borga in which Lex Luger came out to interrupt:
Razor Ramon pinned Rick Martel with the Razor's Edge at 10:42; due to pre-match stipulations, Razor won the vacant WWF IC Title (Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts, Razor Ramon, The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
The Headshrinkers defeated Tommy Morrison & Sid Curtis
Owen Hart pinned Scott King with a northern lights suplex
Adam Bomb (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Russ Greenberg (Wippleman's debut with Bomb)
SMW Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy (Morton & Gibson's debut)

10/18/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
10/18/93 - included a Survivor Series Report hosted by Joe Fowler, which was interrupted to show Crush's arrival at the building where he was greeted by Bobby Heenan; featured the Randy Savage / Crush Summit, conducted by Heenan; Crush came to the ring with Mr. Fuji, with Heenan saying Savage had betrayed Crush and stabbed him in the back - speaking of Savage not helping him soon enough when WWF World Champion Yokozuna put him out of action on the 7/12/93 Raw - and he sat at ringside and watched Yokozuna give Crush four Bonzai Drops before pulling him out; Savage eventually entered the ring after Crush warned him to stay out of his life, with Savage saying Crush was making a big mistake and Heenan and Fuji were both garbage, and asked Crush to shake his hand and go with him so they can talk about all their problems privately; Crush hesitated at first but eventually shook Savage's hand after pushing Heenan away who tried to convince Crush not to do it; then as Savage and Crush were in the aisle about to leave ringside, Crush held up Savage's arm and then clotheslined him and picked him up and dropped him on the guard rail, causing Savage to bleed from the mouth; Yokozuna and Jim Cornette then came ringside, with Crush throwing Savage into the ring and Yoko hitting the Bonzai Drop on Savage; moments later, several referees pulled Savage out before Yoko could hit a second; at the end of the show it was revealed that Savage had a lacerated tongue from being dropped on the railing by Crush; during the show, fans were offered to phone in and vote as to whether or not Shawn Michaels' suspension should be lifted by Jack Tunney, with 36% voting YES and 64% voting NO; included a vignette promoting the debut of Jeff Jarrett, showing Jarrett at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville:
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated PJ Walker & Tony DeVito at 3:07 when Scott pinned DeVito following the top rope bulldog double team
IRS pinned Scott Taylor at 3:30 with the Write Off lariat
Tatanka pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 3:01 with the Samoan Drop; during the bout, Randy Savage spoke about how he didn't want his friendship with Crush to end when discussing their meeting later in the show and mentioned appearing on Radio WWF two nights earlier speaking about his dislike for Hulk Hogan and how he thought he was a prima donna
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) pinned Dennis Diamond at the 3-minute mark with a slingshot splash

Taped 10/18/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
10/25/93 - included highlights from last week's Savage / Crush Summit to begin the show; featured comments from Johnny Polo who said that Marty Jannetty and the 1-2-3 Kid were losers and he could beat both of them himself with both arms tied behind his back; included a promo from Ray Combs about hosting the Family Feud match at the Survivor Series between the Hart Family and Jerry Lawler & his Knights; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Jeff Jarrett:
Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Phil Apollo via submission at 2:49 with the head vice
The 1-2-3 Kid fought Marty Jannetty to a double count-out at around the 13-minute mark after Johnny Polo - who had came ringside mid-way through the bout - pushed Jannetty down on the floor as the Kid attempted a dive over the top onto Jannetty; after the bout, Jannetty and the Kid dragged Polo back to the ring and double teamed him (Best of the WWF: Mega Matches)
Ludvig Borga defeated Mike Bucci via submission at 3:45 with the backbreaker; after the bout, Bobby Heenan interviewed Borga at ringside discussing his match with Tatanka the following weekend on WWF Superstars with Borga saying he would end Tatanka's undefeated streak and his career
Men on a Mission (w/ Oscar) defeated Todd Mata & Steve Greenman at 5:33 when Mabel pinned Mata with a front bulldog
Diesel pinned Dan Dubiel with a right hand punch at 4:02

10/18/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
11/1/93:
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon pinned Bastion Booger by reversing Booger's sit-down splash attempt into a sunset flip at 7:09
Mr. Perfect pinned the Executioner with the Perfect Plex at 4:51
The Smoking Gunns defeated Well Dunn (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via disqualification at 7:31 when Wippleman tripped Billy Gunn
Adam Bomb pinned Virgil with the powerbomb at 5:31

11/8/93; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
11/8/93 - during the duration of the broadcast, a 1-800 voteline was set up to determine who would face Quebecer Pierre the following week; the options were Lex Luger, the 1-2-3 Kid, Doink the Clown, and Marty Jannetty; Luger won in a landslide:
Ludvig Borga fought Scott Steiner to a double disqualification when a brawl ensued in the ring pitting Rick & Scott Steiner against Borga and the Quebecers; the Quebecers came ringside mid-way through the match which prompted Rick to do the same
Men on a Mission (w/ Oscar) defeated Corey Student & Steve Smith with the bulldog / splash double team
Crush fought Dan Dubiel to a no contest when Randy Savage, who did commentary for the broadcast, pushed Vince McMahon out of his way - knocking him to the ground - and attacked Crush from behind as he was making his way to the ring; officials eventually pulled the two men apart
Rick Martel defeated John Paul via submission with the Boston Crab
Bob Backlund vs. Barry Horowitz; during the match, Savage and Crush began another brawl and the cameras focused on them rather than the match in the ring; as the show came to a close, Savage and Crush were seen fighting outside the arena

11/8/93; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
11/15/93 - included an opening segment in which it was announced Randy Savage was suspended from commentary duties as a result of the previous week's brawl with Crush:
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the Razor's Edge; during the bout, Vince McMahon announced that, due to legal troubles, Jerry Lawler would be replaced by Shawn Michaels at the Survivor Series
The Headshrinkers defeated Mike Bucci & Mike Moraldo following Fatu's splash off the top
Lex Luger pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Quebecer Pierre (w/ Johnny Polo) with a forearm blow after knocking Polo off the ring apron; after the bout, Jacques came out to try to revive his partner; Pierre was eventually taken from ringside on a stretcher; as a result of the incident, Pierre was taken out of the Survivor Series
Diesel pinned Sid Garrison with an elbow drop

11/22/93:
Featured a 1-hour special of the previous night's "Survivor Series Showdown" show

11/29/93; White Plains, NY; Westchester County Civic Center
11/29/93 - included Vince McMahon's in-ring presentation of the WWF Wrestler of the Year Award with Lex Luger coming out as the 1st runner up and Bret Hart being named the winner:
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Mike Khoury & Reno Riggins when Scott pinned Khoury with the Frankensteiner
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Diesel via disqualification in a non-title match when Shawn Michaels interfered as Diesel was set up for the Razor's Edge; after the bout, Michaels attempted to hit a piledriver onto Razor's title belt before the 1-2-3 Kid made the save (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) pinned John Crystal
Owen Hart defeated Chris Duffy via submission with the Sharpshooter; after the bout, Bobby Heenan attempted to interview Hart at ringside regarding the Survivor Series but Owen walked off without saying a word
Ludvig Borga defeated Scott Taylor via submission with the Torture Rack

11/29/93; White Plains, NY; Westchester County Civic Center
12/6/93 - featured an opening segment recapping the previous week's match between WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon vs. Diesel match and interference from Shawn Michaels and the 1-2-3 Kid, followed by comments from Michaels on facing the Kid later in the show; during the show's opening, Vince McMahon said he received a call earlier in the day from Gorilla Monsoon and warned Heenan to watch his words, with Heenan saying he wasn't afraid of Monsoon and he knew Monsoon was in New Jersey and not in the building; included an ad promoting the 1994 Royal Rumble; featured McMahon & Heenan conducting an interview with Owen Hart, backstage, about Bret Hart winning the 1993 WWF Superstar of the Year award the previous week, with Hart saying he would have his own surprise soon that would have people talking about him and not Bret; included a vignette promoting the debut of Jeff Jarrett, showing Jarrett meeting a saxaphone player named Waldo the Country Sax ouside the Legend's Hall of Fame in Nashville; Jarrett then said he would use the WWF to headline Nashville and then have Waldo open for him when he does; featured an ad promoting Randy Savage facing Fatu the following week on Raw; featured a WWF Unbelievable! vignette; included the announcement Adam Bomb and the Smoking Gunns would be in action the following week and the Undertaker would be on hand for an interview segment; moments later, Gorilla Monsoon came ringside and confronted Heenan about what Heenan had been saying about him during the show; Monsoon then grabbed Heenan by his jacket and dragged him backstage, threw Heenan's bag out the back door and then did the same to Heenan; Heenan then scrambled to grab all his belongings before finally turning back to the building and giving a salute as the show ended (Heenan's last appearance for more than 7 years):
The 1-2-3 Kid fought Shawn Michaels to a no contest at around the 15-minute mark after Razor Ramon pulled Kid from the ring and chased Michaels around the ring after Michaels twice dropped the Kid with the Razor's Edge but refused to make a cover; after the bout, Razor stalked Michaels up the aisle, with Diesel punching Razor from the curtain; moments later, Michaels twice dropped Ramon with the Razor's Edge by the entrance before referees and agents sent him backstage (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) defeated Mike Walsh & Bert Centeno at 4:26 when Pierre pinned Centeno with the Tower of Quebec; during the match, Polo sat ringside in a folding chair and read a magazine, propping his feet on the ring apron; after the match, one opponent was tossed to the floor while the other was placed in Polo's chair, inside the ring, and dropped with a clothesline from Pierre
Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) pinned Tony Devito with the Woopie Cushion at 5:58 (Dink's Raw debut)
Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Tony Roy at 4:10 after dropping Roy throat-first across the top rope with a gorilla press slam; during the bout, Randy Savage called in from Bournemouth, England to discuss Jack Tunney removing him from the commentary team, his match the next week against Fatu, and feud with Crush; after the match, Vince McMahon announced the main event of the Royal Rumble would be announced the coming weekend

12/13/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
12/13/93 - included Jim Cornette doing guest commentary for the show alongside Vince McMahon; during the duration of the show, a voteline was set up to vote yes or no as to whether or not Randy Savage should be allowed his old co-hosting job on WWF Mania:
Randy Savage pinned Fatu (w/ Afa) following the flying elbowsmash after knocking Afa off the apron
The Smoking Gunns defeated Jim Massenger & Steve Smyth; during the bout, Capt. Lou Albano came out to watch the contest
IRS pinned Todd Mata
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned JS Storm with the tombstone
Rick Martel defeated Tim McNeany via submission with the Boston Crab
Bret Hart defeated the Brooklyn Brawler with the Sharpshooter

11/29/93; White Plains, NY; Westchester County Civic Center
12/20/93 - featured Shawn Michaels on guest commentary, alongside Vince McMahon; included a vignette promoting the debut of Thurman "Sparky" Plugg; featured footage from the 12/4/93 episode of WWF Superstars in which Owen Hart challenged Bret Hart to a match and from the 12/18/93 episode in which Bret rejected the challenge; included a vignette showing Paul Bearer in the Undertaker's workshop in which Taker was shown making a special casket for his upcoming casket match at the Royal Rumble against WWF World Champion Yokozuna; featured the announcement that the following week's show would have highlights of the WWF Women's Championship Tournament Finals between Alundra Blayze and Heidi Lee Morgan and that WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon and Lex Luger would be in action:
Jeff Jarrett pinned PJ Walker with a DDT at 4:09 (Jarrett's TV debut) (The Best of Raw: Seasons 1 & 2)
Men on a Mission (w/ Oscar) defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy at 4:27 when Mabel pinned Hardy with a splash from the middle turnbuckle after Mo hit a reverse DDT
Tatanka defeated Ludvig Borga via disqualification at 4:44 when WWF World Champion Yokozuna, who appeared ringside late in the bout, entered the ring after Mr. Fuji knocked Tatanka off the top rope behind the referee's back; after the bout, Borga & Yokozuna double teamed Tatanka until Lex Luger made the save, hit Yoko with his forearm, and slammed him
Adam Bomb (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Mark Thomas with the Atom Smasher at 1:42; prior to Bomb's entrance, Capt. Lou Albano came out to the ring and was introduced to the crowd; following the ring entrances, Albano shook hands with Thomas but was then backed into a corner by Bomb and Wippleman before leaving the ring
Owen Hart defeated Mike Bell via submission with the Sharpshooter at 3:01; prior to the bout, Owen gave a pair of Bret Hart's sunglasses to a ringside fan
The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated Phil Apollo & Jerry Seavy at 3:06 when Fatu pinned Seavy with a splash off the top; during the match, Vince McMahon announced that WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers would join him on commentary the following week and that Johnny Polo would face Marty Jannetty; after the contest, the Headshrinkers threw Seavy to the floor

Taped 12/13/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
12/27/93 - included WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers as guest commentators for the show; included a visit to the Undertaker's workshop where he and Paul Bearer were preparing for the casket match at the Royal Rumble against Yokozuna; included a vignette promoting the debut of Kwang:
Lex Luger pinned Barry Horowitz with a superplex
Johnny Polo pinned Marty Jannetty with a cradle and holding onto Quebecer Pierre for leverage; after the bout, Jannetty confronted the tag team champions on the floor, with Joey Marella sending Pierre backstage and relieving him from further commentary duties
Doink the Clown defeated Spike Gray
Crush defeated Mike Moraldo via submission with the head vice
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Derek Domino with the Razor's Edge; during the match, it was announced Razor would be defending the title against IRS at the Royal Rumble

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