WWF SUPERSTARS (1986-97)

1991

Taped 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; Sundome
1/5/91 - included Hulk Hogan as a guest of the Brother Love Show, discussing his participation in the Royal Rumble match; featured an 'Update' segment focusing on the Ultimate Warrior / Sgt. Slaughter WWF Title match at the Royal Rumble, with footage of Gene Okerlund interviewing the Warrior about the match and comments from Randy Savage about the match; included the previous week's interview conducted by Okerlund of Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan, shown in full; featured a Royal Rumble Report with highlights of last year's confrontation between WWF World Champion Hogan and WWF IC Champion the Warrior from last year's Royal Rumble match; during the segment, a vignette from Ted Dibiase & Virgil was shown where they were in Texas; Dibiase was wearing a cowboy hat, hrew it to the floor and stomped on it; after he got his shoes dirty, he made Virgil wipe the dirt off:
Kerry Von Erich pinned Tom Stone at 1:46 with the Tornado Punch
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Donny Steele via submission with the full nelson at 1:40; during the bout, the Warlod & Slick cut an insert promo on Warlord's participation in the upcoming Royal Rumble match
Jim Duggan pinned JT Smith at 1:50 with the running clothesline; during the bout, Duggan cut an insert promo about competing in the upcoming Royal Rumble
Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Pat Armstrong via submission with the Camel Clutch at 2:15
The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Bill & Tony Mulkey at 2:07 when Pat Tanaka scored the pin with a German suplex into a bridge following a side kick from Kato; during the bout, Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty cut an insert promo on facing the Orient Express at the Royal Rumble

Taped 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; Sundome
1/12/91 - featured an 'Update' segment with comments from Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan discussing Slaughter's upcoming match with WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior at the Royal Rumble; included footage from the previous week's Wrestling Challenge of Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Warrior, shown in full:
The Big Bossman pinned Kent Carlson at 1:35 with a gutwrench suplex; after the bout, Bossman dropped the ball from his ball & chain onto his opponent's ribs
Rick Martel defeated Jim Evans via submission with the Boston Crab at 2:12; during the bout, Martel cut an insert promo regarding his participation in the Royal Rumble match
Davey Boy Smith pinned Tom Bennett with the running powerslam at 1:37
The Undertaker (w/ Brother Love) pinned Ray Hammer at 2:14 with the tombstone; during the bout, Taker & Love cut an insert promo about Taker's participation in the Royal Rumble match
Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Danny Brazil via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:18; after the bout, Dibiase cut a promo on he and Virgil facing Dusty & Dustin Rhodes at the Royal Rumble and said he could make Virgil do anything he wanted; moments later, Dibiase threw money on the floor, slapped Virgil, and told him to pick it up, with Virgil first saying no until Dibiase reminded him of his family; Dibiase then whispered something in Virgil's ear which made Virgil pick up the money
Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Sonny Blaze & Scotty Williams at 2:13 when Roma pinned Williams with one foot following the Power Plex; during the bout, Hercules and Roma cut separate insert promos on their participation in the Royal Rumble match, saying they could win the match on their own

Taped 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; Sundome
1/19/91 - featured the Honkytonk Man's final TV appearance for nearly 6 years, appearing as color commentator; included Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan as guests of the Brother Love Show regarding Slaughter's match with WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior at the Royal Rumble; the segment was interrupted to bring a Special Bulletin where Sean Mooney in the Event Center read a statement from WWF President Jack Tunney stating that the views of Slaughter & Adnan were not those of any Arab Americans or other Arabs, Slaughter & Adnan stand alone in their beliefs, and their beliefs are not those of the WWF; featured an 'Update' segment focusing on the Ted Dibiase & Virgil vs. Dusty & Dustin Rhodes match at the Royal Rumble; included a Royal Rumble Report featuring last minute comments from WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior and several participants in the Rumble match:
Jake Roberts pinned Bob Bradley with the DDT at 2:25; during the bout, Roberts cut an insert promo regarding Rick Martel
Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Randy Hunter with the sit-down splash at 1:42; during the bout, Dino Bravo cut an insert promo on his participation in the Royal Rumble match; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move a second time, with Hunter then being taken backstage on a stretcher
WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Black Bart & WT Jones at 1:55 when Hart pinned Jones following the Hart Attack; during the bout, Hart & Neidhart cut an insert promo on their upcoming participation in the Royal Rumble match
WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Reno with the Perfect Plex at the 2-minute mark; during the bout, Perfect cut an insert promo on his participation in the Royal Rumble match
The Bushwackers defeated Dennis Allen & the Gladiator at 2:08 when Luke pinned Allen following the double gutbuster; during the bout, the Bushwhackers cut an insert promo on being in the Royal Rumble match
The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Pat Armstrong & Pete Sanchez when Sags pinned Armstrong following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo at 2:33

Taped 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center
1/26/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper; featured extended highlights from the previous Saturday's Royal Rumble PPV of the interviews with Randy Savage, Sensational Sherri and WWF World Champion Ultimate Warrior as well as highlights from the Warrior vs. Sgt. Slaughter title change and post-match interview with Savage; included footage of Hulk Hogan celebrating his victory of the Royal Rumble match as well as Gene Okerlund interviewing Hogan backstage following the show; featured closing comments from Jim Duggan about his scheduled match with WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter this Friday on The Main Event, and comments from Kerry Von Erich about his scheduled match with WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect on next week's show:
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Reno Riggins at 2:06 with a double-handed chokeslam; after the bout, he handcuffed Riggins' arms around his back and assaulted him with the shock stick (Jacques Rougeau's debut as the Mountie on Superstars)
The Legion of Doom defeated Doug Vines & Cleo Reed when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Reed following the Doomsday Device at 2:19
Davey Boy Smith pinned Joe Turner with the running powerslam at 2:22; during the bout, Vince McMahon announced that WWF President Jack Tunney was considering implementing an instant replay rule in the WWF as a result of the main event at the Royal Rumble
Rick Martel defeated Allan Reynolds via submission with the Boston Crab at 1:43; after the match, the Mariner attacked Martel (the post-match attack was not televised)

Taped 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center
2/2/91 - included a closing news report by Gene Okerlund in which he announced that there were unconfirmed reports in which the Ultimate Warrior and Randy Savage had challenged each other to a career vs. career match for WrestleMania VII:
The Big Bossman pinned Jeff Sword at 1:26 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Sword to the middle rope and left him in the ring
Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Mike Wallace & Pez Whatley at 1:48 when Crush pinned Wallace at 2:01 following the Decapitation; in an untelevised incident after the match, the Mariner attacked Demolition
The Undertaker (w/ Brother Love) pinned William Ford with the tombstone at 1:47
Shane Douglas pinned Dale Wolfe at 1:06 with a flying bodypress
Kerry Von Erich defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) via count-out at 3:40 after sending the champion into the ringpost; moments earlier, the Big Bossman came ringside and handcuffed himself to Heenan

Taped 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center
2/9/91 - included WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan as guests of the Brother Love Show, taped 1/28 in Macon, GA; featured confirmation that Randy Savage would face the Ultimate Warrior in a retirement match at WrestleMania VII; included the announcements of the following WrestleMania matches: Jake Roberts vs. Rick Martel in a blindfold match, the Undertaker vs. Jimmy Snuka, Davey Boy Smith vs. the Warlord, and WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect vs. the Big Bossman; it was also announced that there would be an "Instant Replay Debate" involving several sports stars, including Bob Costas and Paul McGuire:
Tugboat defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 3:23 after Earthquake used Hart's megaphone as a weapon as Hart distracted Tugboat on the ring apron; after the bout, Quake further attacked Tugboat and hit the sit-down splash; in an untelevised incident, the Mariner then came to the ring and knocked Earthquake out
The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Reno Riggins & Mike Williams at 2:42 when Saggs pinned Williams with the flying elbowsmash after a running powerslam from Knobbs
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Tom King via submission with the full nelson at 1:08
Jake Roberts pinned Tony Burton with the DDT at 1:49
Ted Dibiase defeated Lynn Wagner with the Million $ Dream in 43 seconds; Dibiase wrestled the bout with his jacket, shirt, and trousers still on

Taped 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum
2/16/91 - included the debut of Paul Bearer as he was introduced during the Brother Love Show as the Undertaker's new manager, with Brother Love then saying all three would be on hand at WrestleMania VII to see the Ultimate Warrior's demise; featured the interview with Roddy Piper & Virgil from that weekend's episode of Wrestling Challenge; included the announcement of the following matches for WrestleMania VII: Ted Dibiase vs. Virgil (w/ Roddy Piper), Earthquake vs. Greg Valentine, and Kerry Von Erich vs. Dino Bravo; featured the first vignette promoting the return of Ricky Steamboat in which he was shown breathing fire:
Tito Santana pinned Ted Oates with the flying forearm at 1:58
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Sonny Blaze via submission with a nerve hold at 1:20; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed Blaze's hands behind his back and assaulted him with the shock stick
The Nasty Boys won a 7 team battle royal by last eliminating the Legion of Doom at 6:19; other participants included: Demolition, the Orient Express, the Bushwhackers, Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty, and Paul Roma & Hercules; order of elimination: Smash by the Rockers via a double dropkick (2:20); Luke by Kato (2:40); Jannetty when Michaels accidentally dropkicked his partner out of the ring when Brian Knobbs moved out of the way (3:02); Kato by Road Warrior Hawk (4:49); Roma by Road Warrior Animal when Hercules threw his partner onto Animal, was then caught in mid-air, and dumped to the floor (5:51); Road Warrior Hawk was eliminated when Roma pulled him off the top rope as the LOD attempted the Doomsday Device on the Nasty Boys; due to pre-match stipulations, the Nasty Boys earned a WWF Tag Team Championship title match at WrestleMania VII
Kerry Von Erich pinned Darryl Woodworth with the Tornado Punch at 1:32
Rick Martel defeated Tommy Landell via submission with the Boston Crab at 1:15; after the bout, an unknown masked man came to the ring, attacked Martel, and then left the ring (the debut of the Mariner character, played by Brutus Beefcake)

Taped 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum
2/23/91 - included Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri as guests of the Brother Love Show, with all three saying they will be there to see the Ultimate Warrior's careeer be buried after WrestleMania VII; featured an 'Update' segment showing highlights from last week's tag team battle royal, with the announcement that the Legion of Doom would face Power & Glory at WrestleMania as a result of the outcome; included the announcement of the following matches for WrestleMania VII: Demolition vs. Genichiro Tenryu & Kitao, the Mountie vs. Tito Santana, and the Rockers vs. Haku & the Barbarian; featured a vignette promoting the return of Ricky Steamboat:
The Big Bossman pinned Alan Martin at 1:08 with the sidewalk slam
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Tommy Angel at 2:04 with the tombstone
Virgil (w/ Roddy Piper) pinned Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan & Ted Dibiase) with a roll up at 3:38 after Piper distracted Haku from the ring apron
Davey Boy Smith pinned Mike Wallace at 1:31 with the running powerslam
WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the Camel Clutch at 1:28; after the bout, Slaughter attacked Wolfe with a chair; moments later, Slaughter whipped a medic who came out to check on Wolfe's condition

Taped 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum
3/2/91 - included a segment of the Brother Love Show in which Brother Love said the Ultimate Warrior had no chance of beating Randy Savage at WrestleMania VII; moments later, Warrior came out, attacked Brother Love, and destroyed the set (Brother Love's last appearance for more than 4 years); featured an 'Update' segment showing the interview from last week's Wrestling Challenge of Sgt. Slaughter setting fire to a Hulk Hogan poster; included a vignette promoting the return of Ricky Steamboat; featured comments from the 'Queen of England' who spoke negatively of Davey Boy Smith and picked the Warlord to beat Smith at WrestleMania:
Jake Roberts pinned Terrence Baylock at 1:04 with the DDT
The Viking (Berzerker) defeated Tommy Landel via count-out at 2:19 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor; after the bout, the Viking jumped over the top rope onto his opponent outside the ring
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Jerry Oates at 2:38 when Michaels pinned Oates following the double flying fistdrop
WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Pez Whatley at 2:32 with the Perfect Plex
Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned William Ford at 1:22 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Earthquake prepared to hit the move a second time but the Mariner appeared and knocked Earthquake out after a series of headbutts

Taped 2/18/91; Orlando, FL; Arena
3/9/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper, where Piper appeared on crutches after suffering an injury following a dirtbike accident; included an 'Update' segment focusing on the Ted Dibiase / Virgil feud; included a segment with Gene Okerlund at Toys 'R' Us with Jim Duggan showing off the WWF merchandise available; included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan in which Slaughter lit fire to a Hulk Hogan "Hulk Rules" t-shirt; included a WrestleMania VII Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund featuring comments from Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri, and the Ultimate Warrior about their matches at the event, as well as comments from the 'Queen of England' who spoke negatively of Davey Boy Smith and picked the Warlord to beat Smith at WrestleMania; it was also announced that the event would be hosted by Regis Philbin, Alex Trebek, and Marla Maples, with comments airing from Maples and that Willie Nelson would be singing "America the Beautiful"; included a vignette promoting the return of Ricky Steamboat:
WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Pete Sanchez & John Martin at 2:22 when Bret pinned Martin following the Hart Attack; during the bout, the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on their match with the Hart Foundation at WrestleMania VII
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Danny Brazil via submission at 1:23 with a nerve hold; during the bout, Tito Santana cut an insert promo on his match with Mountie at WrestleMania VII; after the bout, Mountie handcuffed his opponent's hands behind his back, read him his rights, shocked him with the shock stick and slapped him with his glove
The Big Bossman pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:31 with a gutwrench suplex; during the bout, WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect & Bobby Heenan cut an insert promo on Perfect's match with Bossman at WrestleMania VII
Jimmy Snuka pinned Shinji at 1:34 with a piledriver; during the bout, the Undertaker & Paul Bearer cut an insert promo on Taker's match with Snuka at WrestleMania VII
Haku & the Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Randy Hunter & Dale Wolfe at 3:22 when Haku pinned Hunter with a side kick to the face as Barbarian held him up; during the bout, the Rockers cut an insert promo on their match with Haku & Barbarian at WrestleMania VII

Taped 2/18/91; Orlando, FL; Arena
3/16/91 - included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Hulk Hogan; featured an 'Update' segment showcasing the feud between the Big Bossman and the Heenan Family; included footage from the previous Monday's Prime Time Wrestling where it was revealed that the 'Queen of England' shown on recent broadcasts was a fraud; featured a vignette promoting the return of Ricky Steamboat:
Davey Boy Smith pinned Cliff Sheats at 2:04 with the running powerslam
Kerry Von Erich pinned Pez Whatley at 1:55 with the Tornado Punch
The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Brian Costello & Terry Davis at 2:49 when Saggs pinned Davis following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo
Rick Martel defeated Frankie Lancaster via submission with the Boston Crab at 2:11 after pulling a blindfold over his opponent's face
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Pat Armstrong at 2:30

Taped 2/18/91; Orlando, FL; Arena
3/23/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper; included an 'Update' segment hosted by Gene Okerlund, showing highlights of the Hulk Hogan vs. Gen. Adnan match from the Superstars & Stripes Forever special with post-match interviews from WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter and Hogan; included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with the Ultimate Warrior, discussing his Career Ending match with Randy Savage at WrestleMania VII; included a WrestleMania VII Report, hosted be Gene Okerlund featuring comments from Randy Savage and Jake Roberts about their matches at the event, as well as comments from Willie Nelson about singing "America the Beautiful" at the show; featured a closing video segment, showcasing the feud between WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter and Hulk Hogan:
The Legion of Doom defeated Chris Sullivan & Keith Steinborn at 2:17 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Sullivan following the Doomsday Device; during the bout, Power & Glory & Slick cut an insert promo on their match with the LOD at WrestleMania VII
Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Scotty Williams at 2:01 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, as Earthquake was about to hit the move again, he was attacked by the Mariner, who cleared him from the ring with a series of headbutts and then chased Hart backstage
The Viking (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Danny Brazil via count-out at 2:37 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor; during the bout, Fuji cut an insert promo about Viking; after the bout, Viking jumped over the top rope onto his opponent
Kevin Greeno defeated Ted Dibiase via count-out at 2:21 after Virgil came ringside and distracted Dibiase
Jim Duggan pinned Alan Martin at 2:03 with the running clothesline; during the bout, Duggan cut an insert promo about WrestleMania VII

Taped 3/11/91; Pensacola, FL; Civic Center
3/30/91 - included the debut of the Funeral Parlor, hosted by Paul Bearer; featured Randy Savage's debut as a color commentator, alongside Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper; included an opening 'Update' segment showing the backstage fireball incident between Hulk Hogan and Sgt. Slaughter following the main event of WrestleMania VII; featured the first vignette promoting the debut of IRS:
The Bushwhackers defeated Bob Holly & Mike Sample at 2:18 whtn Butch pinned Holly following the double gutbuster
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Major Yates at 1:25 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed Yates to the ropes and assaulted him with the shock stick
Davey Boy Smith pinned Doug Vines at 2:36 with the running powerslam
Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated John Allen & Dale Wolfe at 3:12 when Roma pinned Allen with one foot on the chest following several elbow drops
Ricky Steamboat pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:58 with the flying bodypress (Steamboat's return after a 3-year absence)
Col. Mustafa (w/ Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan) defeated Billy Burke via submission with the Camel Clutch at the 56-second mark; Slaughter introduced Mustafa prior to the bout (Iron Sheik's surprise return after an almost 3-year absence)

Taped 3/11/91; Pensacola, FL; Civic Center
4/6/91 - included the Undertaker as a guest of the Funeral Parlor in which both Taker and Paul Bearer invited the Ultimate Warrior to appear on the show; featured an 'Update' segment focusing on Sgt. Slaughter; included a vignette promoting the debut of IRS:
The Big Bossman pinned Keith Steinborn with the sidewalk slam at 1:22
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Pez Whatley & Jeff Sword at 3:14 when Michaels pinned Sword following double flying fistdrops
WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Dale Wolfe with the Perfect Plex at 2:51
Jim Duggan pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:33 with the running clothesline
Jake Roberts pinned John Allen at 3:11 with the DDT; after the bout, Earthquake made his way to the ring to compete in a match but was scared of Roberts and Damien the snake; moments later, Earthquake held Hart in front of him before Roberts chased Quake around ringside and the interview platform and escaped backstage
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated defeated Reno Riggins via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:29; prior to the bout, Dibiase introduced Sherri as his new manager; moments earlier, Roddy Piper left the broadcast booth, opting not to provide commentary for the match; once Dibiase introduced Sherri as his manager, Savage left the booth as well in disgust that Sherri aligned herself with Dibiase

Taped 3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center
4/13/91 - included the Ultimate Warrior as a guest of the Funeral Parlor in which he was attacked from behind by the Undertaker, was beaten down with two urns, and locked inside an air-tight casket; moments later, a number of officials - among them Tony Garea, Blackjack Lanza, and Rene Goulet - attempted to break the casket open; after finally opening it, Warrior was revived by CPR and helped backstage; featured an 'Update' segment showing last week's incident between Jake Roberts and Earthquake; included a vignette promoting the debut of IRS:
Kerry Von Erich pinned the Black Knight at 2:13 with the Tornado Punch
The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Kolhep via count-out at 2:26 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor; after the bout, the Berzerker jumped over the top rope onto his opponent
Bret Hart defeated Barry O via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:46 (the debut of the Sharpshooter as Hart's new finisher)
WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Riki Ataki & Stephen DeLeon at 3:41 when Saggs pinned DeLeon following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash double team
Tugboat pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:03 with a splash

Taped 3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center
4/20/91 - included Sgt. Slaughter, Col. Mustafa, & Gen. Adnan as guests of the Funeral Parlor in which Slaughter cut a promo on WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan; featured an 'Update' segment showing last week's Funeral Parlor with the Ultimate Warrior; included a promo by WBF star Mike Christian; featured closing comments from Earthquake & Jimmy Hart and Jake Roberts regarding their match the following week:
Davey Boy Smith pinned Mike Starr with the running powerslam at 1:57
The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Rob Allen & Scott Casey at 1:53 when Tanaka pinned Allen with a German suplex following a side kick from Kato
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Jim Powers via submission at 2:08 with the Million $ Dream; prior to the bout, Roddy Piper took off his headset and refused to commentate the match, saying the next time he wanted to see Dibiase would be in the ring
The Legion of Doom defeated Mark Ming & Randy Sharkey at 2:05 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Sharkey following the Doomsday Device
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the full nelson at 1:22
Ricky Steamboat pinned Louie Spicolli at 1:54 with the flying bodypress
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Evans with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed Evans to the ropes and assaulted him with the shock stick

Taped 3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center
4/27/91 - included Roddy Piper as a guest of the Funeral Parlor in which Piper turned his back on Paul Bearer and demanded that he hit him; as Bearer pulled his arm back, Virgil appeared on the set, stopped Bearer from hitting Piper, and said he was always there to help a friend; Piper and Virgil then put a Ted Dibiase wrestling buddy and a doll they pretended to be Sensational Sherri inside a casket; featured an 'Update' segment showing Sensational Sherri meeting Andre the Giant in a bar, who was drinking with Arnold Skaaland and Pat Patterson, in which Sherri tried to convince him to let her be his manager; after saying no, Andre bent her over and spanked her before she ran off; included a promo by WBF star Mike Christian; featured a vignette promoting the debut of IRS; included closing comments from WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart regarding their title defense against the Rockers the following week:
The Big Bossman pinned Pez Whatley at 1:27 with the sidewalk slam
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Larry Ludden with the tombstone at 1:35; after the bout, Taker stuffed his opponent in a bodybag
Jim Duggan pinned the Genius at 1:09 with the running clothesline
WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Randy Taylor with the Perfect Plex
Jake Roberts defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:24 when Hart climbed in the ring and tackled referee Earl Hebner as Roberts was tied in the ring ropes, allowing Earthquake to twice hit the sit-down splash on Roberts' snake bag; earlier in the bout, Earthquake & Hart attempted to walk out of the match but were forced back to the ring by a second referee, who then ordered Roberts to put Damien back in the snake bag and place it underneath the ring; moments later, Earthquake grabbed the bag and threw it inside the ring; each time Earthquake landed on the bag, the camera cut to Sean Mooney in the Event Center and did not show the actual impact; after the contest, Roberts untied the bag and looked inside to see his dead snake; the replay during Prime Time Wrestling showed Earthquake landing on the snake (Jake "The Snake" Roberts: Pick Your Poison)
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Barry O & Bill Lucas at 1:34 when Michaels pinned Lucas following double flying fistdrops

Taped 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium
5/4/91 - featured the debut of a new opening and theme music for the program; hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund show footage of last weeks Jake Roberts vs. Earthquake match and Earthquake squashing Damien; featured a promo from Eddie Robinson about the WBF Championship on June 15; included footage from Prime Time Wrestling of Brutus Beefcake cutting and styling a fan's hair; featured a promo for Titan's Hot Ticket: WrestleManias History & Heroes which would debut on PPV 5/5; included WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan as a guest of the Funeral Parlor, where Hogan ended up putting Bearer in a casket; included an IRS vignette:
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:36 after Brian Knobbs attempted to use Hart's motorcycle helmet as a weapon; during the bout, the Legion of Doom cut an insert promo on the Nasty Boys Kerry Von Erich pinned Al Burke with the Tornado Punch at 1:53; during the bout, the Warlord & Slick cut an insert promo on Von Erich Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated WT Jones via submission at 1:53 with the Camel Clutch; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon mentioned how Mustafa used to be known as WWF World Champion the Iron Sheik and that Hulk Hogan had defeated him for his first title run; during the bout, Jim Duggan cut an insert promo on Mustafa Virgil defeated Tom Stone via submission at 1:44 with the Million $ Dream The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Dan Robbins via count-out at 2:25 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor; during the bout, Tugboat cut an insert promo on Berzerker; after the bout, Berzerker jumped over the top rope landing on his opponent Bret Hart defeated Warren Bianchi via submission at 1:49 with the Sharpshooter; during the bout, the Barbarian & Heenan cut an insert promo on Hart

Taped 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium
5/11/91 - included WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect & Bobby Heenan as guests of the Funeral Parlor:
The Bushwhackers defeated Brian Costello & Doug Wallen when Luke pinned Wallen after a double gutbuster at 2:08
Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) defeated Kevin Kruger via submission with the Camel Clutch at 1:22; after the match Mustafa applied the same hold on Kruger
The Big Bossman pinned Dan Johnson at the 45-second mark with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys attacked the Bossman and handcuffed him to the top rope, allowing the Mountie to come down to ringside and shock him with the shock stick
Ricky Steamboat pinned Ricky Rice with a flying bodypress from the top rope at 2:01
Roddy Piper pinned Rick Martel with a small package at 5:09 after a punch (Best of the WWF: Superheroes)
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned George Anderson with the tombstone at the 47-second mark mark

Taped 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium
5/18/91 - included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri:
The Ultimate Warrior pinned Demolition Smash (w/ Mr. Fuji) with a flying shoulderblock and splash at 5:03
Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Buck Zumhoff & Dan Robbins when Roma pinned Robbins after an elbow drop from the top rope as Hercules had the backbreaker submission applied at 3:35
IRS pinned Red Tyler with a Samoan drop (the Write Off) at 2:16
Davey Boy Smith pinned Tony Squire with the running powerslam at 2:37
Jake Roberts pinned Tom Bennett with the DDT at 3:03
The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Sonny Blaze at 1:35 with a boot to the face

Taped 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre
5/25/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where footage was shown of Mr. Fuji in a restaurant with Andre the Giant, with Fuji trying to convince Andre to be in his camp, with Fuji presenting Andre with a cake and Andre stuffing Fuji's face into the cake; included a promo from Troy Zuccolotto, preparing for the WBF Championship on 6/15; included a Bushwhackers WWF Superstars of Wrestling Ice Cream Bars promo; included Jake Roberts as a guest of the Funeral Parlor, where Bearer gloated over Roberts' recent loss of Damien, with Bearer eventually running off the set after seeing Lucifer in one of his caskets after Roberts claimed the casket wouldn't be big enough for Lucifer; featured closing comments from Jimmy Hart, saying he would have a big announcement the following week:
WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Evans at 2:04 with the Perfect Plex
Tugboat pinned Warren Bianchi at 1:40 with a splash
Col. Mustafa (w/ Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan) defeated George Anderson via submission at 1:23 with the Camel Clutch; during the bout, Jim Duggan cut an insert promo on Slaughter, Mustafa, & Adnan
Bret Hart defeated Gary Wilde via submission at 2:40 with the Sharpshooter
WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Red Tyler & Buck Zumhoff at 3:23 when Jerry Saggs pinned Tyler following the running powerslam / elbowsmash off the top combo; during the bout, the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on the Legion of Doom
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Ricky Rice at 1:55 with the two-handed chokelslam; during the bout, the Mountie cut an insert promo about Memorial Day, saying a statue would be built in Cobb County, Georgia of him; after the bout, Mountie handcuffed Rice to the ropes, read him his rights and shocked him with the shock stick
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Al Burke & Bob Bradley at the 2-minute mark when Michaels pinned Burke following double flying fistdrops

Taped 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre
6/1/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, showing footage from WWF Superstars 3 weeks earlier of the Nasty Boys & the Mountie attacking the Big Bossman, with a promo from Bossman airing afterwards, saying Mountie would have to pay his justice; included an in-ring interview by Gene Okerlund in which Andre the Giant refused Jimmy Hart's offer to become his manager and be the new tag team partner of Earthquake to protect his WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys; Andre was then attacked from behind by Earthquake using Hart's megaphone and focusing on Andre's knee with several elbow drops and splashes; Andre eventually made his way backstage on his own power with the help of the guard rail, refusing any help from the referees that had come to ringside; included a promo from Mike Quinn, preparing for the WBF Championship on 6/15:
The Legion of Doom defeated WT Jones & Warren Bianchi at 2:20 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Bianchi following the Doomsday Device; during the bout, the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on the Legion of Doom
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Randy Fox via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:04; during the bout, Virgil cut an insert promo on Dibiase
Kerry Von Erich pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:29 with the Tornado Punch
Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Kevin Kruger at 1:37 with the sit-down splash; prior to the bout, Hart made his own ring introduction for Earthquake, and invited Gene Okerlund to ringside as he would be making his big announcement immediately following the bout; during the bout, Earthquake & Hart cut an insert promo on Jake Roberts
The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated John Anderson & Dave Sigfrits at 1:49 when Tanaka pinned Anderson with a German suplex into a bridge following a side kick from Kato
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Dan Robins at 1:42 with the tombstone; during the bout, Paul Bearer cut an insert promo on the Ultimate Warrior; after the bout, Robins was placed inside a body bag

Taped 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre
6/8/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where footage was shown from last weeks WWF Superstars of Andre the Giant denying he had signed a contract with Jimmy Hart, and then being attacked by Earthquake, with a promo from Jake Roberts afterwards on Earthquake; included the first clips of Sid Justice, where he was first shown just smirking at the camera and then later with a serious / angry face; included IRS as a guest of the Funeral Parlor; included a promo from Berry De Mey, preparing for the WBF Championship on 6/15; included a promo from the Ultimate Warrior about the WBF Championship on 6/15:
The Big Bossman pinned Al Burke at 1:57 with the sidewalk slam; during the bout, Mountie & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on Bossman
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Red Tyler via submission at 1:34 with the full nelson
Davey Boy Smith pinned WT Jones at 2:16 with the running powerslam; during the bout, WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect & Bobby Heenan cut an insert promo on Smith
The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Gary Jackson via count-out at 2:26 after throwing his opponent over the top rope to the floor; during the bout, Berzerker & Fuji cut an insert promo; after the bout, Berzerker jumped over the top, landing on top of his opponent
Ricky Steamboat pinned Dan Johnson at 1:31 with the crossbody off the top
Virgil defeated Bob Bradley via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:35; during the bout, Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri cut an insert promo on Virgil
Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) defeated Buck Zumhoff via submission at 2:12 with the Camel Clutch; after the bout, Mustafa also applied the hold

Taped 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center
6/15/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Roddy Piper; included an Update segment hosted by Gene Okerlund, with comments from the injured Andre the Giant who vowed revenge on Earthquake for his sneak attack two weeks prior; featured a vignette which showed Sid Justice smiling; included three Event Center segments hosted by Sean Mooney, with comments from Hercules & Paul Roma (w/ Slick), Davey Boy Smith (w/ Winston), Jake Roberts, IRS, the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer), and Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty; featured a promo for that night's WBF Championship PPV; included comments from Kerry Von Erich who predicted Justice would take the WWF by storm, with Hercules & Paul Roma then stating Sid had the power and enjoyed the glory, just like they did; featured WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect & Bobby Heenan as guests of the Funeral Parlor in which Heenan introduced Coach as Perfect's new manager and announced that he would be leaving managing to pursue full-time broadcasting (Coach's debut):
Bret Hart defeated Louie Spicolli via submission at 2:42 with the Sharpshooter
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Larry Luden via submission at 2:11 with the Million $ Dream
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Stephan DeLeon at 1:51 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed DeLeon to the ropes and assaulted him with the shock stick
Jim Duggan pinned the Black Knight at 2:12 with the running clothesline
Earthquake & WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tugboat & the Bushwhackers at 4:29 when Earthquake pinned Luke with a sit-down splash after Tugboat attacked both of his teammates and hit Luke with the splash; after the match, Tugboat embraced with his new friends (Tugboat continued wrestling under this gimmick until the bout was televised)
Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan & Sgt. Slaughter) defeated Matthew Bird via submission at 1:29 with the Camel Clutch

Taped 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center
6/22/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Roddy Piper; included a SummerSlam PPV promo; featured the weekly Hasbro SummerSlam Sweepstakes winning number of Z010364; included an Update segment hosted by Gene Okerlund, with the announcement that Tugboat was now known as Typhoon and comprised the Natural Disasters with Earthquake, with comments from the new team and manager Jimmy Hart; featured three Event Center segments hosted by Sean Mooney, with comments from the Bushwhackers, Ted DiBiase & Sensational Sherri, the Berzerker & Mr. Fuji, Bret Hart, Kerry Von Erich, and Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan; included the Big Bossman as a guest of the Funeral Parlor, with Bossman promising to put the Mountie & WWF Tag Team Champions Nasty Boys behind bars for their attack on him; featured a recap of the WBF Championship PPV on 6/15/91, with Okerlund's post-show interviews with WBF Champion Gary Strydom, Randy Savage & Elizabeth, and the Ultimate Warrior all shown; included comments from WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect & Coach who thought Sid Justice possessed the same winning qualities that Perfect had, with Jim Duggan stating Sid was his kind of guy:
Jake Roberts pinned Mark Ming at 1:26 with the DDT; a video insert aired with Andre the Giant stating he would be the biggest problem of Earthquake's life
The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Rob Jones & Tom Zeller at 2:35 when Beau pinned Jones with the Shaker Heights Spike; a video insert with the Beverlys & Coach aired, with Coach stating his team would become WWF Tag Team Champions (the Beverlys' debut)
Davey Boy Smith (w/ Winston) pinned Bill Lucas at 2:27 with the running powerslam
IRS pinned Jim Collier at 1:35 with a Samoan Drop
Greg Valentine defeated Billy Gatlin via submission at 2:25 with the figure-4
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Scott Baszo at 1:29 with the tombstone; a video insert aired promoting the new WWF Posters magazine; after the bout, Bazo was stuffed into a bodybag

Taped 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center
6/29/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Roddy Piper; included the weekly Hasbro SummerSlam Sweepstakes winning number of H121058; featured an Update segment hosted by Gene Okerlund, with Okerlund speculating on rumors of Randy Savage & Elizabeth possibly getting engaged and airing recent comments from Prime Time Wrestling of Elizabeth stating she's always loved Savage; included three Event Center segments hosted by Sean Mooney, with comments from WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart, Greg Valentine, Jim Duggan, the Orient Express & Mr. Fuji, the Mountie & Jimmy Hart, and Jake Roberts; featured Sgt. Slaughter, Col. Mustafa, & Gen. Adnan as guests of the Funeral Parlor, with Slaughter claiming he would barbecue WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan when they next met; included a SummerSlam PPV promo; featured comments from the Legion of Doom who predicted Sid Justice would be dominant in the WWF, with WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart stating Sid could be as nasty as he wanted to be; included McMahon & Piper speculating throughout the show on whether Savage would propose to Elizabeth the following week:
The Big Bossman pinned the Intruder at 2:03 with the sidewalk slam; a video insert aired with the Mountie threatening to electrocute the Bossman
The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Larry Williams by countout at 2:24 after Berzerker dumped Williams over the top to the floor
Kerry Von Erich pinned Louie Spicolli at 2:38 with the Tornado Punch
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bob Allen & Larry Sampson at 2:31 when Earthquake pinned Sampson with the sit-down splash after Typhoon deliver the splash (the debut of the Natural Disasters as a tag team)
Virgil defeated Randy Sharkey via submission at 3:14 with the Million $ Dream; a video insert aired promoting the new WWF Posters magazine
Ricky Steamboat pinned Dale Wolfe at 2:25 with the crossbody off the top
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Larry Ludden via submission at 2:59 with the full nelson

Taped 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena
7/6/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Roddy Piper; included a SummerSlam PPV promo; featured Gene Okerlund conducting an in-ring interview with Miss Elizabeth about her feelings on marriage and Randy Savage, with Savage then coming to the ring, eventually getting down on one knee and asking Elizabeth to marry him, which she responded to with "Oh yeah;" included comments from Greg Valentine about WWF ice cream bars; featured three Event Center segments hosted by Sean Mooney, with comments from Ted DiBiase & Sensational Sherri, the Bushwhackers, Ricky Steamboat, IRS, the Big Bossman, and WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect & Coach; included comments from Earthquake & Typhoon who claimed Sid Justice might be the next Natural Disaster, with Virgil stating Sid was a bad dude; featured the weekly Hasbro SummerSlam Sweepstakes winning number of Y012260; included an Update segment hosted by Okerlund, with the announcement that Randy Savage & Elizabeth's wedding would take place at SummerSlam in the "Match Made in Heaven," and that WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & the Ultimate Warrior would face Sgt. Slaughter, Gen. Adnan, & Col. Mustafa in a handicap match with a special referee to be announced at a later date, billed as the "Match Made in Hell"; featured the first vignette promoting the debut of Skinner:
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bob Allen at 1:57 with the tombstone; a video insert aired with Paul Bearer threatening the Ultimate Warrior
The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Scott Key & Dave Bazo at 2:01 when Beau pinned Key with the Shaker Heights Spike; a video insert aired with the Beverlys & Coach, with Coach claiming his team would be the next WWF Tag Team Champions
Jake Roberts pinned Louie Spicolli at 1:25 with the DDT
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Bob Jones at 1:06 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed Jones to the ropes and assaulted him with the shock stick
Bret Hart pinned Haku at 2:51 with a crucifix
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Tim Patterson & the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:54 when Jannetty pinned Patterson after Michaels press slammed his partner on top
Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) defeated Jim Gorman via submission at 1:28 with the Camel Clutch; after the match, the Triangle of Terror triple-teamed Gorman

Taped 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena
7/13/91 - included an opening clip showing Randy Savage proposing to Miss Elizabeth on last week's show; hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, again showing the proposal segment from last week; comments were also featured from WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & the Ultimate Warrior about the Match Made in Hell at Summer Slam; featured comments from the Big Bossman, and the Mountie & Jimmy Hart about Sid Justice; included the Legion of Doom as guests of the Funeral Parlor, discussing WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys; included a vignette promoting the debut of Skinner; included a Summer Slam Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where the following matches were announced for the event: WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect vs. Bret Hart and Ted Dibiase vs. Virgil for the Million $ Belt:
Davey Boy Smith pinned Ed Moretti at 2:50 with the running powerslam
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Koko B. Ware & Bob Frazier at 3:21 when Typhoon pinned Frazier with a splash following the sit-down splash from Earthquake; during the bout, the Bushwhackers cut an insert promo on the Natural Disasters
Jim Duggan pinned Mike Starr at 2:10 with the running clothesline
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Buddy Wayne via submission at 2:14 with the Million $ Dream
IRS pinned Scott Carlson at 2:47 with the Write Off Samoan Drop; prior to the bout, IRS cut an in-ring promo saying he had an audit out on Roddy Piper
WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Coach) pinned Larry Ludden at 2:52 with the Perfect Plex

Taped 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena
7/20/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where he read the official invitation for Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth's wedding at Summer Slam, with footage shown of Savage appearing on the Barber Shop on last week's Wrestling Challenge; included a promo from Vince McMahon in studio where he spoke of the WWF superstars being role models and how the WWF has the most comprehensive drug testing, education and rehabilitation program in all of sports which would now include test for anabolic steroids, and that whenever you saw the WWF logo you would know that it would represent drug free sports entertainment that everyone could be proud of; included a vignette promoting the debut of Skinner; featured Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Sgt. Slaughter, Gen. Adnan, & Col. Mustafa at the interview podium, with Okerlund announcing Sid Justice would be the special referee for the Summer Slam main event; moments later, Justice came out and declared justice would be served after Slaughter's team cheered the announcement and Slaughter tried to welcome him to his core (Justice's TV debut); included a SummerSlam Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund where it was announced that the Bushwhackers would face the Natural Disasters at the event, with Andre the Giant in the Bushwhackers corner:
The Big Bossman pinned Louie Spicolli at the 49-second mark with the sidewalk slam
WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Scott Carlson & Rob Allen at 3:04 when Saggs pinned Carlson following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo; during the bout, the Nastys cut an insert promo on the Legion of Doom
Ricky Steamboat pinned Tim Patterson with a flying bodypress at 1:57
Virgil defeated the Black Knight via submission at 2:06 with the Million $ Dream; during the bout, Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri cut an insert promo on Virgil
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Billy Gatlin via submission at 1:53 with the full nelson
The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Jim Gorman & Matthew Burns at 3:11 when Beau pinned Burns following the head spike

Taped 7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta; Northlands Coliseum
7/27/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where footage was shown of last weeks announcement on WWF Superstars that Sid Justice would be the guest referee for the Match Made in Hell at Summer Slam; included a vignette promoting the debut of Skinner; featured Jake Roberts as a guest of the Funeral Parlor, during which Roberts said he would share with the Ultimate Warrior the secrets of the darkside and the Undertaker; included a Summer Slam Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund, featuring comments from Hulk Hogan & the Ultimate Warrior, Virgil, and Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri about their matches at the event, and comments from the fans about the Match Made in Heaven:
Kerry Von Erich pinned Vern Siebert at 1:51 with the Tornado Punch
The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Chi Chi Cruz via count-out at 2:13 after throwing his opponent over the top rope to the floor
Bret Hart defeated Hutch Thomas via submission at 2:09 with the Sharpshooter; during the bout, Mr. Perfect & Coach cut an insert promo on Hart and their match at Summer Slam
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Larry Williams via submission at 1:55 with the full nelson
The Bushwhackers (w/ Andre the Giant) defeated Bob Bradley & Mike Starr at 1:55 when Butch pinned Starr following the double gutbuster; during the bout, the Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on the Bushwhackers & Andre and their match at Summer Slam
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Steve May at the 41-second mark with a two-handed chokeslam; during the bout, the Big Bossman cut an insert promo on Mountie and their match at Summer Slam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed his opponent to the turnbuckle and shocked him with his shock stick

Taped 7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta; Northlands Coliseum
8/3/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; featured a pre-taped segment of Jake Roberts having the Ultimate Warrior lay in the same casket the Undertaker once locked him in to help prepare Warrior to face the Undertaker; after closing the lid, Roberts locked Warrior in the casket; moments later, Roberts opened the casket and the Warrior sat up and stared at the camera in a fasion similar to the Undertaker; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Warrior regarding their upcoming Summer Slam match against Sgt. Slaughter, Gen. Adnan, & Col. Mustafa; during the segment, Sid Justice appeared:
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Ed Moretti & Mike Roselli when Jannetty pinned Roselli after being thrown onto him by Michaels at 2:20
Ricky Steamboat pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a flying bodypress at the 55-second mark
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Stan Saxson & Doug Carson when Earthquake pinned Saxson with the sit-down splash, following a splash from Typhoon at 2:13
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Brian Jewel with the tombstone at 1:47; after the bout, Jewel was stuffed into a bodybag
Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Col. Mustafa & Gen. Adnan) defeated Larry Williams & Bob Jones in a handicap match; Slaughter pinned Jones with a clothesline at the 1-mintue mark and defeated Williams via submission with the Camel Clutch at 2:07; after the bout, Slaughter kept the hold applied on Williams and Mustafa came into the ring and applied the hold to Jones

Taped 7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta; Northlands Coliseum
8/10/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, showing footage from last weeks WWF Superstars of the interview segment with WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, the Ultimate Warrior, & Sid Justice, with comments afterwards from Hogan and Warrior about the match; featured a pre-taped segment in which Jake Roberts and the Ultimate Warrior were shown in a cemetary, with Warrior digging a grave and pulling a skull out; moments later, Roberts buried Warrior up to his head in the open grave to help prepare him to face the Undertaker; included a Summer Slam Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund, featuring comments from Sgt. Slaughter, Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa, WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect & Coach, Bret Hart, the Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart, and the Bushwhackers & Andre the Giant about their matches at the event; included a promo from Bobby Heenan, holding the NWA World title belt, saying the man who holds this belt may be coming to the WWF soon, and he would be happy to be his advisor; Heenan then compared the belt to Hulk Hogan's WWF World title belt as like comparing ice cream to horse manure before finally mentioning the man he was talking about was Ric Flair:
The Big Bossman pinned Mike Starr at 2:12 with the sidewalk slam; during the bout, the Mountie & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on his Jailhouse match with Bossman at Summer Slam
The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Louie Spicolli & Brian Jewel at 2:43 when Beau pinned Jewel following the head spike
IRS pinned Chi Chi Cruz with the Write Off Samoan Drop at 1:45; during the bout, Greg Valentine cut an insert promo on his match with IRS at Summer Slam
Davey Boy Smith pinned Tim Patterson at 1:55 with the running powerslam
WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Doug Carson & Ken Johnson at 2:44 when Knobbs pinned Carson with the running powerslam; during the bout, the Legion of Doom cut an insert promo on their match with the Nastys at Summer Slam
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Bobby Jones via submission at 2:10 with the Million $ Dream; during the bout, Virgil cut an insert promo on his match with Dibiase at Summer Slam

Taped 7/29/91; Worcester, MA; Centrum
8/17/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; featured a pre-taped segment in which Jake Roberts made the Ultimate Warrior enter a dark room to face Lucifer the snake; after Warrior walked into the room, Roberts turned on the light to reveal dozens of snakes on the ceiling and floor; Roberts then told Warrior to go to the center of the room; after opening a box in the room, Warrior was bit in the face by a cobra; after Warrior broke through the door and collapsed, the Undertaker & Paul Bearer appeared, revealing that it was a set-up all along between Roberts and Taker; included an 'Update' segment showing Bobby Heenan's comments from last weeks WWF Superstars where he said Ric Flair may be coming to the WWF soon:
The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Dave Millison via count-out after throwing his opponent to the floor at 2:12
Kerry Von Erich pinned Pete Doherty with the Tornado Punch at 2:48
Skinner pinned Mario Mancini with the reverse DDT at 1:43 (Skinner's TV debut)
The Legion of Doom defeated Barry Hardy & Duane Gill when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Gill following the Doomsday Device at 3:11
Jimmy Snuka pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the splash off the top at 2:47
WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Coach) defeated Mike Daniels via count-out at 1:14 after beating on his opponent and not bothering to bring him back into the ring; after the bout, Perfect cut a promo about his match at Summer Slam with Bret Hart, saying that it would be the greatest match in history and he would show everyone why he is the perfect IC Champion

Taped 7/29/91; Worcester, MA; Centrum
8/24/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, showing highlights of the Jake Roberts / Ultimate Warrior segment from last week, with comments from Roberts afterwards with Jake saying the Warrior would see the snake again; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Sid Justice, discussing the Match Made in Hell at Summer Slam, saying he stands on his own and justice will be served; included a promo from Bobby Heenan with the NWA World title belt, saying that Ric Flair was the real world champion, and that WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan was lucky that Flair was still under contract to another organization; ; included a Summer Slam Report hosted by Gene Okerlund, where it was announced Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior had opted against commenting on the match, but it was announced they would be 100% for Summer Slam; also footage was shown of the Mountie visiting a jail, with comments from the Big Bossman afterwards, and also comments from WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart and the Legion of Doom about their upcoming match:
Ricky Steamboat pinned Jim McPherson at 1:31 with the flying bodypress
Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) defeated Bill Pierce via submission at 2:38 with the Camel Clutch; during the bout, Slaughter cut an insert promo about the Match Made in Hell at Summer Slam this Monday; after the bout, Mustafa & Adnan helped Slaughter beat on Pierce more
Koko B. Ware pinned Dick Wernick at 1:29 with the Ghostbuster
IRS pinned Mark Thomas with the Write Off Samoan Drop at 1:58; during the bout, Greg Valentine cut an insert promo on his match with IRS this Monday at Summer Slam
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Ray Garcia & Ross Greenberg at 2:13 when Earthquake pinned Greenberg with the sit-down splash after a splash from Typhoon; during the bout, the Bushwhackers & Andre the Giant cut an insert promo on the match with the Natural Disasters this Monday at Summer Slam
Bret Hart defeated Bob Bradley via submission at 2:26 with the Sharpshooter; during the bout, WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect & Coach cut an insert promo on their match with Bret at Summer Slam this Monday

Taped 7/29/91; Worcester, MA; Centrum
8/31/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper; included a post Summer Slam Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund showing footage of Hulk Hogan and Sid Justice celebrating following the "Match Made in Hell", the Mountie being sent to jail, Bret Hart defeating WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect for the title, and still photos of the wedding reception following the "Match Made in Heaven" involving the Undertaker, Jake Roberts, & Sid Justice; included Bobby Heenan as a guest of the Funeral Parlor in which he unveiled Ric Flair's NWA World Title and announced that Flair was on his way to the WWF and badmouthed Roddy Piper; the interview was later interrupted by Piper, who left the broadcast position and said that WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan was the only real world champion and that he scares Flair; Heenan said that Piper would be shining the belt for Flair if Flair was here with Piper saying he would give the belt a nice spit shine - spitting on the belt, dropping it on the floor, and then spitting in Heenan's face and telling Heenan the next time he spits on someone, it will be on Flair (the segment was taped 8/19 in Rochester, NY):
The Big Bossman pinned Barry Hardy at 2:06 with the sidewalk slam; during the bout, IRS cut an insert promo on the Big Bossman
Big Bully Busick (w/ Harvey Wippleman) defeated Ross Greenberg via submission at 2:21 with the stump puller; during the bout, Busick & Wippleman cut an insert promo (Busick & Wippleman's debut)
Davey Boy Smith pinned Brian Donahue at 2:23 with the running powerslam
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Mario Mancini via submission at 2:30 with the Million $ Dream
Greg Valentine defeated Phil Apollo via submission at 2:32 with the figure-4
Jim Duggan pinned Tony Ricca at 1:37 with the running clothesline; during the bout, Duggan cut an insert promo, saluting the troops for Labor Day
The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Jim Powers & Tony Diamond at 2:40 when Beau pinned Diamond following a botched head spike (Coach's final TV appearance)

Taped 8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial
9/7/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper; featured footage from the Randy Savage / Miss Elizabeth wedding reception, held following Summer Slam, where Jake Roberts and the Undertaker attacked Savage after Elizabeth had opened a present with a king cobra inside; Sid Justice eventually made the save and scared them off with a chair; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund showing highlights of last weeks Funeral Parlor segment with Bobby Heenan & Roddy Piper; included IRS as a guest of the Funeral Parlor with him speaking about the Big Bossman; included highlights of Bret Hart winning the IC Title from Mr. Perfect at Summer Slam:
Kerry Von Erich pinned Bubba Monroe at 2:23 with the Tornado Punch; during the bout, Von Erich cut an insert promo on Sgt. Slaughter saying he got what he deserved at Summer Slam and should stay in seclusion
Skinner pinned Scott Summers at 2:09 with the reverse DDT; during the bout, Skinner cut an insert promo on Ricky Steamboat
Million $ Champion Virgil defeated Chris Duffy via submission at 2:28 with the Million $ Dream
The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Kerry Davis via count-out at 2:27 after throwing his opponent over the top rope to the floor; during the bout, Vince McMahon announced that Ric Flair would appear on Prime Time Wrestling the coming Monday
The Bushwhackers defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy at 3:44 when Luke pinned Gill following the double gutbuster; during the bout, an insert promo from the Beverly Brothers featured them announcing that the Genius was their new manager
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Mark Thomas via submission at 2:44 with the full nelson; during the bout, Warlord & Slick cut an insert promo on WWF IC Champion Bret Hart

Taped 8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial
9/14/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper; included the announcement Randy Savage would be having a metting with WWF President Jack Tunney this week to try and get reinstated as a wrestler; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, showing highlights of the Randy Savage / Miss Elizabeth wedding reception, with comments afterwards from Jake Roberts alongside the Undertaker & Paul Bearer and Sid Justice; included a promo from a military personnel, saying he enjoyed watching Sgt. Slaughter getting his butt kicked at Summer Slam and he deserved it; included a promo for "Titan's Hot Ticket: Hulk Hogan - A Real American Story" coming to PPV in October; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan regarding Ric Flair, during which Hogan accepted Flair's challenge and that he needed to know who was the best between them and the real world champion:
Ricky Steamboat pinned Paul Perez at 2:11 with a flying bodypress
Greg Valentine defeated Scott Colontonio via submission at 1:35 with the figure-4
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Ross Greenberg at 1:40 with the two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, Mountie handcuffed Greenberg's hands behind him and asked him if he knew who he was, with Greenberg replying "a jailbird", with Mountie then attacking him and shocking him with the shock stick
IRS pinned Tony Diamond at 2:32 with the Write Off Samoan Drop; during the bout, IRS cut an insert promo on the Big Bossman
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Brian Donahue & Mike Fury at 3:00 when Typhoon pinned Donahue with a splash following the sit-down splash from Earthquake; during the bout, the Natural Disasters, the Nasty Boys, & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom
Jim Neidhart pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a powerslam at 1:19
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bill Pierce at 2:05 with the tombstone; after the bout, Taker stuffed his opponent into a bodybag

Taped 8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial
9/21/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper; included the announcement that WWF President Jack Tunney had refused reinstatement of Randy Savage as a wrestler and that Savage trashed Tunney's office after hearing the news; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where Okerlund conducted an interview with Savage at his home, during which Savage thanked Sid Justice for his help during the wedding reception and said Justice could get revenge for Savage since Savage couldn't do it for himself; included a promo from Million $ Champion Virgil, surrounded by a bunch of kids touching the belt with Virgil saying anyone's dreams could come true like his; included a promo for "Titan's Hot Ticket: Hulk Hogan - A Real American Story" coming to PPV in October; included Ric Flair & Bobby Heenan as guests of the Funeral Parlor in which Flair referred to WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan as "Thunderlips" when saying he was winning world titles while Hogan was making movies (the segment was taped 9/9/91 in Ottawa, Ontario); included the first vignette promoting the debut of Tito Santana's El Matador gimmick; included the announcement Randy Savage would return to the broadcast booth the following week:
Sid Justice pinned Kato (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 1:47 with the powerbomb (Sid's TV debut match)
Big Bully Busick (w/ Harvey Wippleman) defeated Phil Apollo via submission at 1:43 with the Stump Puller; prior to the bout, Busick stole some popcorn from a girl in the front row, ate some of it and then dumped the rest of it over the girl's head (the girl was actually Bobby Heenan's daughter which was not mentioned)
Jimmy Snuka pinned Mike Williams at 1:50 with a roll up after Williams ran into the corner when Snuka monkey flipped a charge
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Mike Durham via submission at 1:55 with the Million $ Dream
Davey Boy Smith pinned Chris Duffy at 2:12 with the running powerslam; during the bout, Smith cut an insert promo about appearing on the upcoming WWF European Rampage tour
The Big Bossman pinned Dwayne Evans with one finger after hitting the sidewalk slam at 1:03
The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Sonny Blaze & Scott Keller at 2:24 when Beau pinned Keller following the head spike

Taped 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center
9/28/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Roddy Piper; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where footage was shown of Okerlund interviewing Sgt. Slaughter, who agreed with Okerlund that he got what he deserved at Summer Slam and aplogized for his previous affiliation with Iraq and turning his back on his friends and country in his goal to be WWF World Champion with Slaughter saying he wanted his country back; included Jake Roberts as a guest of the Funeral Parlor, where he appeared with a cobra and said he would have the cobra in his corner whenver he wrestles, and would wear the black glove so he could protect himself while handling it, and asked Sid Justice what he would wear for protection from the cobra; included a promo for "Titan's Hot Ticket: Hulk Hogan - A Real American Story" coming to PPV in October; included a vignette promoting the debut of Tito Santana's El Matador gimmick; included a trailer of Hulk Hogan in Suburban Commando:
WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated the Brooklyn Brawler via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:27
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy at 2:39 when Jannetty pinned Gill after Michaels press slammed his partner onto Gill
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Sonny Blaze via submission at 2:22 with the full nelson
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Joe Milano & Martin Roy at 3:08 when Earthquake pinned Roy following the sit-down splash; during the bout, Randy Savage finally joined the commentary team and spoke about being put on probation for 90 days for trashing WWF President Jack Tunney's office
Jim Duggan pinned Brian Donahue with the running clothesline at 1:41
Ric Flair fought Mark Thomas to a no contest when Flair stopped at the commentary table on the way to the ring, provoked Roddy Piper, and knocked Piper out with the NWA title; moments later, a groggy Piper accidentally knocked out Vince McMahon with a wooden chair; Flair then hit Piper with a chair and walked away; McMahon was soon taken backstage on a stretcher; fellow commentator, Randy Savage was unable to physically help since he was on probation (The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection)

Taped 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center
10/5/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund showing footage of last weeks incident with Ric Flair and Roddy Piper; included a trailer of Hulk Hogan in Suburban Commando; included the announcement that WrestleMania VIII would be at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, IN on 4/5/92; included Sid Justice as a guest of the Funeral Parlor, discussing Jake Roberts; included a vignette promoting the debut of Tito Santana's El Matador gimmick; included footage of Sgt. Slaughter at Arlington National Cemetery, where Slaughter asked for the forgiveness of the fallen soldiers, saying he didn't care if he ever wrestled again, and that he just wanted his country back; included a promo for "Titan's Hot Ticket: Hulk Hogan - A Real American Story" now available on PPV:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Brian Donahue & Mike Khoury at 2:51 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Donahue following the Doomsday Device; during the bout, the Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on the LOD
The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Scott Taylor via count-out at 3:09 after throwing Taylor to the floor
Million $ Champion Virgil defeated Mike Williams via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:09; during the bout, Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri cut an insert promo on Virgil
IRS pinned Jim Powers at 2:28 with the Write Off Samoan Drop
The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Kerry Davis & Bob Wisseman at 3:11 when Saggs pinned Wisseman with the flying elbowsmash
Ricky Steamboat pinned Mike Durham at 2:38 with the crossbody off the top; during the bout, Skinner cut an insert promo on Steamboat

Taped 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center
10/12/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, featuring the announcement that the main event of Survivor Series would be Hulk Hogan defending the WWF Title against the Undertaker, with the match nicknamed "The Gravest Challenge"; included a vignette promoting the debut of Tito Santana's El Matador gimmick; featured a vignette of Sgt. Slaughter at the Lincoln Memorial in which he asked forgiveness from his country; included a promo for "Titan's Hot Ticket: Hulk Hogan - A Real American Story" now available on PPV; included Bobby Heenan conducting a podium interview with Ric Flair, discussing both WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan and Roddy Piper; included a trailer of Hulk Hogan in Suburban Commando; included the announcement that the Gobbledy Gooker would be on Prime Time Wrestling that Monday:
The Big Bossman pinned Martin Roy at 2:39 with the sidewalk slam; during the bout, IRS cut an insert promo on the Big Bossman
The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Ross Greenberg & Phil Apollo at 2:41 when Beau pinned Apollo following the head spike; during the bout, the Bushwhackers cut an insert promo on the Beverlys
Jake Roberts pinned Tony Diamond at 2:51 with the DDT
Davey Boy Smith pinned Paul Perez at 2:52 with the running powerslam
Jim Neidhart pinned Barry Hardy at the 38-second mark with a powerslam; during the bout, Big Bully Busick & Harvey Wippleman cut an insert promo on Neidhart
Skinner pinned Joe Milano at 1:15 with the reverse DDT; during the bout, Ricky Steamboat cut an insert promo on Skinner

Taped 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
10/19/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, with the announcement that Sid Justice, the Legion of Doom, & the Big Bossman would face Jake Roberts, the Natural Disasters, & IRS at the Survivor Series; included a trailer of Hulk Hogan in Suburban Commando; featured a vignette of Tito Santana as El Matador; included Jim Duggan as a guest of the Funeral Parlor in which he talked about the world title match at Survivor Series; included a promo from Sgt. Slaughter asking for his country back:
Jake Roberts pinned Bill Pierce with the DDT at 1:28
Kerry Von Erich pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the Tornado Punch at 1:25
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Duane Gill, Barry Hardy, & Jim Arnon at 3:08 in a handicap match when Typhoon pinned Arnon with a splash after Earthquake hit his own sit-down splash
Ric Flair defeated Ron Cumberledge via submission with the figure-4 at 1:20
Sid Justice fought El Diablo to a no contest when Paul Bearer paid El Diablo off with a briefcase - seemingly - full of money so that the Undertaker could be his replacement; as Justice dominated the Undertaker, El Diablo returned to the ring, unmasked as Jake Roberts, and the two double teamed Sid, with Jake eventually hitting the DDT; moments later, Paul Bearer went backstage and returned to the ring with a casket; Roberts then opened the briefcase, as Sid was tied up in the ring ropes, revealing his king cobra snake; moments later, Jim Duggan came to the ring, pushed the casket over, and pulled Justice out of the ring
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Vito Krus & Al Coleman at 2:24 when Jannetty pinned Krus after Michaels press slammed Jannetty onto him

Taped 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
10/26/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, showing highlights of the Sid Justice / El Diablo incident from last weeks show; included a vignette of Sgt. Slaughter in front of a statue of Paul Revere, asking forgiveness from his country; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with the Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart, discussing WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom and the scheduled 8-man tag at Survivor Series; included a Survivor Series Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund, featuring the announcement that Roddy Piper, Bret Hart, Davey Boy Smith, & Virgil would face Ric Flair, Ted Dibiase, the Warlord, & the Mountie at the event; featured closing comments from the Mountie & Jimmy Hart about Mountie's match with Bret Hart the following week, and comments from Sid Justice about his match with Col. Mustafa; it was also announced that Randy Savage would have a second meeting with WWF President Jack Tunney later this week, and the results would be announced next week:
Roddy Piper pinned Pat Tanaka with a bulldog at the 36-second mark; during the bout, Ric Flair & Bobby Heenan cut an insert promo on Piper
IRS pinned Chris Hahn at 1:32 with the Write Off Samoan Drop; during the bout, IRS cut an insert promo on the Big Bossman
Tito Santana pinned Bob Bradley at 1:27 with the flying forearm (Santana's debut as El Matador)
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Sonny Blaze via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:57; during the bout, Virgil cut an insert promo on Dibiase
Ricky Steamboat pinned Barry Hardy with the flying bodypress at 1:40
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Duane Gill with the tombstone at 2:07; during the bout, Jim Duggan cut an insert promo on the Undertaker; after the bout, Taker stuffed Gill into a bodybag

Taped 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
11/2/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage, where it was announced at the beginning of the show that Randy Savage would not be reinstated following a hearing with Jack Tunney earlier in the week; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, showing highlights of the feud between Roddy Piper and Ric Flair over the past several weeks; included a promo from Sgt. Slaughter asking for his country back; included the Undertaker as a guest of the Funeral Parlor regarding his match against WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at the Survivor Series; included a Survivor Series Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where it was announced that Jim Duggan, Jim Neidhart, Ricky Steamboat, & Kerry Von Erich would face Skinner, the Berzerker, Big Bully Busick, & Col. Mustafa at the event and that the Bushwhackers, Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty would meet the Beverly Brothers & the Nasty Boys; featured closing comments from Jim Neidhart and Ric Flair & Bobby Heenan about their scheduled match the following week:
Sid Justice pinned Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) with the powerbomb at the 41-second mark; after the bout, Sid hit the powerbomb on Adnan as well
The Big Bossman pinned Bruce Mitchell with the sidewalk slam at 1:58; during the bout, Bossman cut an insert promo on IRS; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the middle rope and left him there
The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim Arnon & Chris Hahn at 2:34 when Saggs pinned Arnon with the flying elbowsmash after a running powerslam from Knobbs
WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Brian Costello & Peter Weeks at 2:15 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Costello following the Doomsday Device
WWF IC Champion Bret Hart fought the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a no contest in a non-title match when, prior to the bout beginning, Jimmy threw a bucket of water on the champion who then sustained the Mountie's cattle prod; the challenger was upset that Bret refused to ever defend the title against a "jailbird"

Taped 10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial
11/9/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included a pre-taped promo by Sid Justice in which it was announced that he had sustained an arm injury, with Sid asking WWF President Jack Tunney to reinstate Randy Savage so that Savage could replace him at the Survivor Series; included an 'Update' segment, showing footage from last weeks show of the Bret Hart vs. Mountie match; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Repo Man, with Repo hotwiring a car to reposses it; included a vignette of Sgt. Slaughter beside the Statue of Liberty, asking forgiveness from his country; included a Survivor Series Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where it was announced Tito Santana would be replacing Ricky Steamboat in the previously announced match and Jim Neidhart was now a question mark on if he would appear in the match; featured closing comments from IRS and Greg Valentine about their scheduled match the following week:
Jake Roberts pinned Eric Freedom with the DDT at 1:22; during the bout, it was announced that Roberts and Roddy Piper would be guests on Prime Time Wrestling this Monday, which if taped never aired as a new format for Prime Time was debuted instead
Million $ Champion Virgil defeated Steve Dupree via submission with the Million $ Dream at the 55-second mark; during the bout, Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri cut an insert promo on Virgil
The Warlord (w/ Harvey Wippleman) defeated Brad Kramer via submission at 1:36 with the full nelson; prior to the bout, it was announced that Wippleman was the Warlord's new manager after footage was shown of Slick sustaining a powerslam from Davey Boy Smith the previous Monday on Prime Time Wrestling; it was also announced that Slick had now seen the light and wanted to become an evangelical minister
Ric Flair defeated Jim Neidhart via submission with the figure-4 at 3:09; after the bout, Flair twice reapplied the hold and continued to injure the knee of Neidhart; moments thereafter, Neidhart was helped backstage until the Beverly Brothers, who were coming out for their match, attacked him in the aisle
The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Mark Wilson & Dan Robbins at 1:12 when Blake pinned Wilson following the head spike
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Major Yates at 1:21 with the tombstone; after the bout, Undertaker placed Yates inside a bodybag

Taped 10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial
11/16/91 - featured Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, and Roddy Piper on commentary; included the announcement Jim Neidhart was out of the Survivor Series due to an injury sustained the previous week at the hands of Ric Flair and the Beverly Brothers; featured a vignette with Sgt. Slaughter visiting a classroom and leading the Pledge of Allegiance; included a statement by WWF President Jack Tunney who acknowledged the fan support to reinstatement Randy Savage, and claimed he would take the matter under advisement; featured a Funeral Parlor segment in which WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan was confronted by Flair and attacked from behind by the Undertaker before Piper & Savage, holding steel chairs, made the save:
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Barry Horowitz & Mark Buenavera at 2:15 when Jannetty pinned Horowitz after reversing an O'Connor roll; prior to the finish, Michaels was flirting with a girl in the crowd as Jannetty was looking to tag out
Repo Man defeated Reno Riggins via submission at 1:05 with the Crowbar
IRS defeated Greg Valentine via disqualification at 3:44 when the Big Bossman broke up IRS's pinfall attempt after he hit Valentine with his briefcase behind the referee's back
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Burt Stiles & Tom Stone at 1:47 when Earthquake pinned Stone with the sit-down splash after Typhoon hit a splash
Davey Boy Smith pinned Mike Samples at 1:08 with the running powerslam

Taped 10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial
11/23/91 - featured footage from the previous week's Funeral Parlor to begin the show; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan regarding his upcoming match with the Undertaker at the Survivor Series; featured a Repo Man vignette in which he was shown stealing a woman's car from her garage for her payments being three days late; included Miss Elizabeth speaking from backstage with the announce team in which she said she hoped WWF President Jack Tunney would reinstate Randy Savage; featured a Survivor Series Report in which Ric Flair introduced Mr. Perfect as his new executive consultant (Perfect's return after a 3-month absence):
Tito Santana pinned Bob Smedley with the flying forearm at 1:27
WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Big Bully Busick (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:47; during the bout, the Mountie & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on Hart, saying the Mountie would be the next IC champion (Busick's last TV appearance)
Kerry Von Erich pinned Greg Green with the Tornado Punch at the 39-second mark
Skinner pinned Ben Jordan with the reverse DDT at 1:32
Jake Roberts pinned Bob Werner with the DDT at the 42-second mark; after the match, Roberts got on the microphone and goaded Randy Savage, who was doing commentary, into the ring where he trapped him in the ring ropes, assaulted him, and allowed his king cobra snake to gnaw on Savage's arm; Roberts held officials at bay until Savage, delirious, was able to be pulled out of the ring; Miss Elizabeth and Roddy Piper came out to try to assist Savage during the segment (Jake "The Snake" Roberts: Pick Your Poison)

Taped 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
11/30/91 - featured Mr. Perfect's debut as a commentator on the show, replacing Randy Savage, along with Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper; included the announcement of the full line up for Tuesday in Texas, which included a match between WWF IC Champion Bret Hart and the Barbarian that ended up not taking place:
The Barbarian pinned Mark Thomas with a clothesline off the top at 3:23
The Big Bossman pinned Von Krus with the sidewalk slam at 1:33; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the top rope and left him there
Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) defeated Glen Ruth via submission with the figure-4 at 5:01
Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter defeated Dale Wolfe & Paul Perez at 2:31 when Duggan pinned Perez following the Irish whip / running clothesline combo
Davey Boy Smith pinned Dave Wilson with the running powerslam at 2:20
Repo Man defeated Phil Apollo via submission with the leglock at 2:02; after the bout, Repo tied his opponent's feet together and then tied him to the ring ropes before further attacking him

Taped 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
12/7/91 - included the announcement from WWF President Jack Tunney in which he delcared the WWF World Title vacant as a result of the events of Tuesday in Texas; the winner of the upcoming Royal Rumble would be named the new champion; Tunney also announced that recent former champions the Undertaker and Hulk Hogan would be given an advantage in what numbers they drew for the Rumble as their picks would be between 20 and 30:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated the Executioners at 3:19 when Road Warrior Hawk scored the pin following the Doomsday Device
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Al Phillips at 1:39 with a sidewalk slam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed his opponent to the middle rope and assaulted him with the shock stick; during the bout, Jamison was shown in the audience
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Ross Greenberg via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:32
Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Kato & Peter Weeks at 3:52 when Owen pinned Weeks following the Rocket Launcher
Greg Valentine pinned Barry Horowitz at 2:46 with an elbow drop; during the bout, Jack Tunney telephoned the announce team to invite Roddy Piper to enter the Royal Rumble match; Piper gladly accepted
The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Paul Perez & Mario Mancini at 4:25 when Saggs pinned Perez with the flying elbowsmash after a running powerslam from Knobs; during the bout, Piper had an argument with Mr. Perfect and stormed off the announce position, stating that he was giving up announce work and dedicating his life to training for the Royal Rumble

Taped 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
12/14/91 - included WWF IC Champion Bret Hart being awarded the WWF 1991 Wrestler of the Year award, presented to him in the ring by Freddie Blassie & Gene Okerlund; featured an 'Update' segment with highlights of the Randy Savage vs. Jake Roberts match from Tuesday in Texas; it was announced during the segment that Savage would be in the Royal Rumble match; included comments from the following participants in the 30-man Royal Rumble match: Davey Boy Smith, the Berzerker, IRS, Virgil, the Warlord, Kerry Von Erich, Ric Flair, & the Undertaker:
The Bushwhackers (w/ Jamison) defeated Barry Hardy & Brian Donahue at 2:32 when Butch pinned Hardy following the double gutbuster
Jake Roberts pinned Ross Greenberg with the DDT at 2:47
Virgil defeated Von Krus via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:50; during the bout, Repo Man cut an insert promo saying he will repossess Virgil's career just like he repossessed the Million $ Belt
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bill Pierce & Kevin Drake at 4:16 when Typhoon pinned Pierce with a splash following the sit-down splash from Earthquake
Tito Santana pinned Chris Duffy at 2:21 with the flying forearm
The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Jim Arnone & Sonny Blaze at 2:11 when Beau pinned Arnone following the head spike; after the bout, the Beverlys grabbed hold of Jamison in the front row after Jamison began insulting them, the Bushwhackers then came out to make the save and took Jamison backstage with them

Taped 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
12/21/91 - included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with the Bushwhackers & Jamison where it was announced that the Bushwhackers would meet the Beverly Brothers at the Royal Rumble; featured an 'Update' segment with comments from the Nasty Boys, Jim Duggan, Tito Santana, and Jake Roberts about their participation in the Royal Rumble match; it was mentioned during the segment there was a rumor Sid Justice could be part of the match as well; a Royal Rumble report later in the show featured comments from Ted Dibiase, Skinner, Repo Man, and Roddy Piper who would be in the match as well:
Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the figure-4 at 1:40
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Bob Wisseman & Paul Perez at 2:32 when Michaels pinned Perez with a punch to the face; Michaels worked the entire match by himself after refusing to tag in Jannetty; after the bout, Jannetty left the ring while Michaels was posing
WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Bob Bradley via submission at 2:08 with the Sharpshooter; during the bout, the Mountie & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo with Mountie saying that 1992 will be the year of the Mountie in reference to Bret being named 1991 Wrestler of the Year the previous week
IRS pinned Phil Apollo at 1:49 with the Write Off Samoan Drop
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Al Phillips at 3:15 with the tombstone; after the bout, Undertaker stuffed his opponent in a body bag
Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter defeated Chris Duffy & Peter Weeks at 2:21 when Duggan pinned Duffy with the running clothesline

Taped 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center
12/28/91 - included Roddy Piper as a guest of the Funeral Parlor in which he discussed his chances in the upcoming Royal Rumble; featured the announcement of the following Royal Rumble matches: WWF IC Champion Bret Hart vs. the Mountie, the New Foundation vs. the Orient Express, the Bushwhackers vs. the Beverly Brothers and the final participants for the 30-man Rumble match were named: Jimmy Snuka, Sgt. Slaughter, Greg Valentine, the Big Bossman, Shawn Michaels, Marty Jannetty, Rick Martel, Hercules, Col. Mustafa, and Sid Justice; included a vignette promoting the debut of Chris Chavis:
Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Brian Donahue & Brian Costello at 2:38 when Hart pinned Costello with the Rocket Launcher
Rick Martel defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the Boston Crab at 3:02 (Martel's return match)
The Big Bossman pinned an unknown at the 55-second mark with the sidewalk slam
Repo Man defeated Larry Sampson via submission with a leglock at 1:19
WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 3:39 when Michaels accidentally dropkicked Road Warrior Animal so that Animal, who had Jannetty up for a slam, fell on Jannetty for the win; after the bout, the Rockers argued with Michaels slapping Jannetty twice and Jannetty then leaving ringside (the Rockers' last TV match as a team for more than 13 years)

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