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Best of the WWF: WrestleMania (1992) P101
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Mr. T (w/ Jimmy Snuka) defeated Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) at 13:33 when Hogan pinned Orndorff after Orton accidentally knocked Orndorff out with a double axe handle off the top, using his arm cast, while refereee Pat Patterson was distracted; Billy Martin served as guest ring announcer for the match; prior to the bout, guest timekeeper Liberace danced in the ring with the Rockettes; Muhammed Ali served as the outside official while Patterson was the referee inside; former boxer Jose Torres was shown in the crowd during the introductions; Piper's team was escorted to the ring by a bagpipe band performing "Scotland the Brave;" after the bout, Piper and Orton left ringside, leaving Orndorff to be helped to his feet by Mr. T; a dazed Orndorff faced off with Hogan and T before eventually leaving the ring himself; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant won a 20-man WWF/NFL battle royal by last eliminating Bret Hart at 9:03; other participants included: Ted Arcidi, Tony Atlas, B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell, Hillbilly Jim, the Iron Sheik, King Tonga, Pedro Morales, Bruno Sammartino, Danny Spivey, Big John Studd, Jimbo Covert, Bill Fralic, Russ Francis, Ernie Holmes, Harvey Martin, & William Perry; order of elimination: Covert & Tonga by Fralic (0:53); Holmes by Sammartino (1:41); Brunzell by Neidhart (2:30); Atlas by Perry (2:53); Martin & Morales eliminated each other (3:45); Arcidi by Hillbilly & Spivey (4:15); Spivey by the Sheik (4:31); Jim & Blair by the Sheik (4:40); Fralic by Sheik & Studd (5:07); Sheik by Sammartino (5:17); Sammartino by Studd (5:46); Perry by Studd via an elbow to the face and hiplock (6:24); Studd by Perry from the outside after offering to shake Studd’s hand but pulling him out instead (6:45); Francis by Hart & Neidhart (7:45); Neidhart by Andre after a boot to the face (8:52); Hart by Andre by throwing him off the top onto Neidhart on the floor; Gene Okerlund did the ring introductions for the bout; Ernie Ladd provided guest commentary, subbing for Okerlund; Dick Butkus and Ed Jones were the guest referees for the bout; Wendy's “Where’s the Beef?” personality Clare Peller was the guest timekeeper (WrestleMania 2 - 4/7/86; Chicago, IL)
- WWF World Championship Tournament Finals: Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Ted Dibiase (w/ Andre the Giant) with the flying elbowsmash to win the title at 9:17 after Hulk Hogan interfered and hit Dibiase in the back with a chair as Savage was caught in the Million $ Dream; late in the bout, after interference from Andre, Elizabeth left ringside and later returned with Hogan; Bob Uecker was the guest ring announcer for the match, Vanna White was the guest timekeeper, and Robin Leach was the presenter for the world championship belt (WrestleMania IV - 3/27/88; Atlantic City, NJ)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a retirement match at 20:46 with one foot on his chest following three flying shoulder blocks, each of which knocked Savage to the floor; midway through the bout, the Warrior kicked out after sustaining five flying elbowsmashes from Savage and, moments later, Savage kicked out of the press slam / splash combo by the Warrior; prior to the bout, Miss Elizabeth was seen sitting in the audience; after the match, Sherri threw referee Earl Hebner out of the ring, verbally berated Savage, and began kicking him until Elizabeth jumped the rail, ran ringside, and threw Sherri to the floor; moments later, Savage came to his senses and thought Elizabeth was the one who was beating on him only to quickly realize it was Sherri; after a brief pause, with Elizabeth clearly crying, Savage and Elizabeth embraced; on their way out of the ring, Savage held the ropes open for Elizabeth before taking a final bow (Elizabeth's first appearance in 9 months) (WrestleMania VII - 3/24/91; Los Angeles, CA)

Best of the WWF: Hulkamania (1992) P102
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 5:40 with the legdrop to win the title after ramming the champion back-first against the turnbuckle to escape the Camel Clutch; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed the new champion backstage in which he was congratulated by Andre the Giant, Rocky Johnson, and Ivan Putski (Hogan's return to MSG after a nearly 3-year absence) (1/23/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a bodyslam and the legdrop at 12:07; Bob Ueker was the guest ring announcer and Mary Hart was the guest time keeper; after the match, Hogan was presented with a new heavyweight title belt (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Silverdome)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion Randy Savage to win the title at 17:54 with the legdrop; Miss Elizabeth was in a neutral corner for the match until she was eventually sent backstage late in the contest; Savage hit the flying elbowsmash during the closing moments but Hogan kicked out at 2 (WrestleMania V - 4/2/89; Atlantic City, NJ)
- Hulk Hogan pinned WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) to win the title at 20:23 with the legdrop after a boot to the face; in the final moments of the match, Slaughter laid the Iraqi flag across the challenger, went to cover him, and Hogan kicked out and Hulked up, which then led to the finish; Regis Philbin did guest commentary for the match; Alex Trebeck was the guest ring announcer and introduced both participants; Marla Maples was the guest time keeper for the bout (WrestleMania VII - 3/24/91; Los Angeles, CA)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) at 4:34 with a roll up after Taker accidentally knocked Bearer off the ring apron (7/29/91; Worcester, MA)

Best of the WWF: Superheroes (1993) P103
- Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned WWF IC Champion Kerry Von Erich with the Perfex Plex to win the title at 6:37 after Ted Dibiase, who had paid off Howard Finkel to be the guest ring announcer for the bout, hit the champion with the title belt moments after Perfect sustained the Tornado Punch; earlier in the bout, Dibiase threw Von Erich face-first into the ringpost; Von Erich continued to wrestle as champion until the match was televised (11/19/90; Rochester, NY)
- Jim Duggan pinned King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) with the running clothesline at 3:29 to win the crown; prior to the bout, the Genius cut an insert promo predicting Haku would win the match; after the bout, Heenan ran backstage with the robe and crown - unwilling to let Duggan have them (4/26/89; Omaha, NE)
- Roddy Piper pinned Rick Martel with a small package at 5:09 after a punch (4/15/91; Omaha, NE)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned the Barbarian at 12:26 by blocking a suplex attempt with an inside cradle (11/12/91; Springfield, MA)
- The Legion of Doom defeated the Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 5:11 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Kato following the Doomsday Device; Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for the match (The Main Event - 1/28/91; Macon, GA)
- Hulk Hogan (w/ the Big Bossman) defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart & Dino Bravo) via count-out at 13:16 after Hogan slammed his opponent onto the time keeper's table; after the bout, Earthquake attacked Hogan from behind and choked him until the Big Bossman slammed a chair across Earthquake's back three times, leaving visible welts across Quake's back; Earthquake, Bravo, and Hart then left ringside after Bossman pulled out his nightstick (Summer Slam 90 - 8/27/90; Philadelphia Spectrum)

Best of the WWF: Saturday Night's Main Event (1992) P104
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) fought Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a double disqualification at 8:51 when Jake Roberts came ringside and scared Heenan into the ring; at around the 5-minute mark, Roberts came ringside with Damien and put the bag underneath the ring before being told to go backstage by the referee; once Heenan eventually found the bag, Andre instructed him to take it to the back, which is what he was attempting to do until Jake returned; after the bout, Savage tossed Heenan into Andre, causing Andre to fall backwards and have his arms entangled in the ring ropes; moments later, Savage threw Heenan to the floor and Jake entered the ring with Damien; Andre was able to free himself from the ropes before Roberts had a chance to assault him with Damien (Saturday Night's Main Event - 11/16/88; Sacramento, CA)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Mr. Perfect & the Genius at the 8-minute mark when Hogan pinned the Genius with the legdrop after the Genius sustained Warrior's gorilla press slam; late in the match, Perfect had Hogan pinned with the Perfect Plex but let go to allow the Genius to hit the moonsault, which Hogan blocked by lifting his knees; after the bout, Perfect & the Genius attacked their opponents from behind, with Warrior accidentally dropping Hogan with a clothesline in the ensuing brawl; moments later, Hogan and Warrior had a face-to-face confrontation and shoving match as a result of the miscommunication (Saturday Night's Main Event - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart fought Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty to a double disqualification at around 9:30 when WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition, who came ringside mid-way through the contest, interfered and all six men began brawling until they were pulled apart by officials (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/23/90; Austin, TX)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tito Santana at 10:11 by reversing an inside cradle (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE)
- Hulk Hogan & Tugboat defeated Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at around the 7:20 mark when Honky hit Tugboat with a guitar, knocking Tugboat to the floor; late in the bout, Hart went backstage and returned with Earthquake and Dino Bravo, who were held back by officials and quickly sent backstage; after the contest, Hogan attempted to make the save for Tugboat but was ganged up on by Honky, Valentine, Earthquake, and Bravo, with Earthquake hitting a splash and then a second splash, with added momentum from the other men in the ring; moments later, Hart's men held Hogan down by a limb as Earthquake attempted the sit-down splash but Tugboat hit Quake in the back with one of the guitars, with Tugboat then clearing the ring and tending to Hogan (Saturday Night's Main Event - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH)

Best of the WWF: Summer Slam (1993) P105
- WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 10:06 in a steel cage match by escaping over the top after dropping Rude with a gorilla press slam (Summer Slam 90 - 8/27/90; Spectrum)
- Mr. Perfect pinned the Red Rooster with the Perfect Plex at 3:21 as Rooster attempted to climb back inside the ring; Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for the match (Summer Slam 89 - 8/28/89; Meadowlands)
- The Legion of Doom defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 7:44 to win the titles in a No DQ, No Count-Out match when Road Warrior Animal pinned Jerry Saggs following the Doomsday Device after both champions were hit with Hart's motorcycle helmet (Summer Slam 91 - 8/26/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman & Kimchee) via disqualification at 3:39 when Kimchee interfered as Kamala was set up for the tombstone; prior to the contest, Taker was driven to ringside on the back of a hearse; after the match, Kamala attacked Taker in the corner, hit a splash, hit a splash off the middle turnbuckle, and then a splash off the top; moments later, Taker sat up and stalked Kamala and his handlers all the way backstage (Summer Slam 92 - 8/29/92; Wembley Stadium)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF IC Champion Bret Hart to win the title by blocking a sunset flip attempt at 25:11; prior to the bout, Smith was escorted to the ring by Lennox Lewis; after the match, Hart initially refused to shake Smith's hand before the two eventually hugged; moments later, Diana Hart Smith celebrated in the ring with Hart and Smith as the show went off the air; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 92 - 8/29/92; Wembley Stadium)

Best of the WWF: Steel Cage Matches (1993) P106
- Hulk Hogan defeated Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:03 by escaping over the top after hitting Andre with a foreign object which was brought into the ring by an interfering Heenan, tying Andre's arms in the ring ropes, and throwing Heenan into the cage; Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for the match (WrestleFest 88 - 7/30/88; Milwaukee County Stadium)
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated the Ultimate Warrior in a steel cage match at 10:33 by escaping over the top while the Warrior was distracted by an interfering Sensational Sherri, who entered through the door and climbed the cage to choke Warrior with her clothing; after the bout, Savage was able to escape the cage after a number of referees and the Nasty Boys restrained Warrior; moments thereafter, Warrior hit the gorilla press slam on Sherri (1/21/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Roddy Piper defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 12:55 by knocking Rude out with brass knuckles, which were thrown to Rude by Heenan) and leaving through the door; both men simultaneously hit the floor by escaping over the top at 8:09 but the match was ordered to continue (12/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Hulk Hogan defeated the Big Bossman (w/ Slick) in a steel cage match at 11:14 by escaping over the top after handcuffing Bossman to the cage bars, and barely getting to the floor before Bossman escaped out the door; after the bout, Hogan hit Bossman in the head with a chair on the outside, then attacked Slick inside the cage and threw him into the bars (3/18/89; Madison Square Garden)

Best of the WWF: World Tour (1993) P107
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned Rick Martel with a small package at 13:02 (UK Rampage 92 - 4/19/92; Sheffield, England)
- Randy Savage pinned Papa Shango with a bodyslam and the flying elbow drop at 5:38 (9/22/92; Brandon, Manitoba)
- Tatanka pinned the Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 5:03 with the Samoan Drop (Summer Slam 92 - 8/29/92; London, England; Wembley Stadium)
- Jim Duggan defeated Repo Man via disqualification at 7:14 when Repo hit Duggan with a steel hook; after the match, Repo continued to attack Duggan with the hook and rope until Duggan regained possession of his 2x4 and chased Repo backstage (UK Rampage 92 - 4/19/92; Sheffield, England)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage pinned Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) (sub. for Jake Roberts) with the flying elbow drop at 14:26; after the bout, Michaels and Sherri attacked the champion's injured knee with a chair - forcing him out of the battle royal later in the night (4/14/92; Munich, Germany)

Best of the WWF: Most Unusual Matches (1993) P108
- Rick Martel defeated Koko B. Ware via submission with the Boston Crab at 4:23 in a blindfold match; the two briefly fought before putting on the blindfolds, with Koko knocking Martel to the floor; moments later, as Koko put on his blindfold, Martel attacked him in and outside the ring before putting on his own blindfold; after the contest, Martel took off his blindfold and continued to attack Koko (3/11/91; Pensacola, FL)
- The Big Bossman pinned the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 8:38 in a Jailhouse Match after the Bossman reversed a piledriver attempt into a throw-down slam; late in the match, the Mountie kicked out of the Bossman's sidewalk slam; pre-match stipulations stated the loser would spend the night in jail; after the bout, the Mountie was handcuffed at ringside by police officers and taken into a NYPD vehicle backstage (Summer Slam 91 - 8/26/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Kamala (w/ Kimchee & Harvey Wippleman) at 5:27 in a coffin match after hitting Kamala in the head with the urn; after the match, the Undertaker rolled Kamala into the coffin at ringside and nailed it shut (Survivor Series 92 - 11/25/92; Richfield, OH)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) in a Desert Storm Match at 7:40 when Adnan threw in the towel as Slaughter was caught in the Camel Clutch, moments after Hogan shot a fireball into Slaughter's face and repeatedly hit him with Slaughter's own boot; after the match, Hogan threw powder into Adnan's face and hit him with Slaughter's boot (6/18/91; Fresno, CA)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a ladder match at 13:46 after dropkicking the ladder, causing the challenger to fall off, crotch himself on the top rope, and fall to the floor (the WWF's first ladder match) (7/21/92; Portland, ME)

Best of the WWF: Tag Team Champions (1993) P109
- The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom via count-out at 9:22 when Typhoon got back into the ring after both teams began brawling at ringside; after the bout, the Disasters & Hart posed with the title belts until the champions knocked them to the floor after repeatedly hitting them with a steel chair (Royal Rumble 92 - 1/19/92; Albany, NY)
- The Bushwhackers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 7:24 when Jerry Saggs hit Butch over the head with Hart's motorcycle helmet, moments after Butch did the same to Brian Knobbs behind the referee's back and covered him (6/17/91; Sacramento, CA)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated the Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) at 8:58 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Blake following the Doomsday Device (12/2/91; Corpus Christi, TX)
- Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Natural Disasters to win the titles at around the 7:15 mark when Earthquake passed out to Dibiase's Million $ Dream; after the challengers' introduction, the Nasty Boys appeared, upset they had been overlooked for the title shot, with Dibiase & IRS attempting to pay them off; the Nastys then attacked Dibiase & IRS and left ringside; late in the match, the Headshrinkers & Afa appeared ringside and argued with Typhoon as Dibiase & IRS sent Earthquake head-first into the ringpost and ringside barrier; after the bout, the Nastys grabbed Hart at the commentary table and tossed him onto Dibiase & IRS, knocking both men down on the arena floor (10/13/92; Regina, Saskatchewan)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 7:30 when Hart threw his motorcycle helmet into the ring, with Brian Knobbs accidentally hitting Jerry Saggs with it (10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN)

Best of the WWF: Ultimate Warrior (1993) P110
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a bodyslam and splash at 5:36; late in the contest, Warrior kicked out of the sit-down splash (2/19/91; Ft. Myers, FL)
- WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) via disqualification when Virgil interfered; Randy Savage attacked the Warrior after the match (The Main Event - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) when Adnan, Mustafa, and the Undertaker interfered; Hulk Hogan came to the Warrior's aid after the match (The Main Event - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title at 22:50 with a splash after Hogan missed the legdrop; after the match, Hogan presented Warrior with the world title belt; both championships were on the line in the contest (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Toronto, Ontario; Skydome)

Best of the WWF: Battle of the WWF Superstars (1993) P111
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out when Bigelow left ringside at 7:39 after sustaining a chokeslam; after the bout, Giant Gonzalez and Harvey Wippleman appeared at the entranceway; moments later, referees seperated Taker and Gonzalez before a brawl could take place (3/7/93; Fayetteville, NC)
- Jim Duggan fought IRS to a double count-out at 8:01 after Duggan threw IRS into the ringpost but failed to get back into the ring before the 10-count; after the bout, IRS attacked Duggan from behind but Duggan eventually cleared him from the ring with the 2x4 (7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta)
- Randy Savage pinned Papa Shango with a bodyslam and the flying elbow drop at 5:38 (9/22/92; Brandon, Manitoba)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Virgil at 7:09 with the side suplex after the challenger hit the corner knee-first (10/28/92; Louisville, KY)
- Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS via disqualification at around 10:20 when IRS hit Scott with one of the title belts as Scott had Dibiase covered after hitting the Frankensteiner; prior to the bout, the referee threatened to strip the champions of their title if they refused to give up IRS' steel briefcase and allow it to be taken backstage (4/24/93; Barcelona, Spain)

Best of the WWF: Bret Hitman Hart (1993) P112
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 13:45 with a victory roll after kicking Bigelow as the challenger ran into the corner (3/8/93; North Charleston, SC)
- Bret Hart defeated Blake Beverly (w/ the Genius) via reverse decision; Blake originally won the match at 10:10 with a double axe handle to the back after Beau distracted Bret from ringside, causing Bret to release the Sharpshooter; after the bout, Sgt. Slaughter appeared and awarded Hart the win due to Beau's presense, with Bret then clearing the ring of the Beverlys (9/22/92; Brandon, Manitoba)
- 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; Jim Ross, Bobby Heenan, & Randy Savage provided new commentary for the match (3/1/93; Manhattan Center)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated WWF IC Champion Bret Hart via count-out at 8:50 after Michaels knocked the champion off the apron into the retaining barrier after Hart became distracted by Sherri, who grabbed his leg preventing him from reentering the ring; after the bout, Michaels punched the referee and briefly posed with the title belt before the champion sent Michaels to the floor (4/29/92; Syracuse, NY)

Best of the WWF: The Intercontinental Championship (1993) P113
- Crush defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via count-out at 8:51 when Michaels left the ring; after the bout, Crush brought Michaels back to the ring, hit a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, and applied the head vice (4/11/93; Sheffield, England)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Skinner via submission with the Sharpshooter at 6:16 (8/11/92; Nashville TN)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) pinned Marty Jannetty after Jannetty missed a crossbody, hit the concrete floor, and was rolled back inside the ring by Diesel; Jannetty originally won the match and title earlier in the contest with a DDT but the bout continued after Bobby Heenan showed referee Earl Hebner instant replay footage of Michaels' foot being on the bottom rope during the cover (7/19/93; Manhattan Center)
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) defeated Mr. Perfect via count-out at 11:18 when Diesel threw the challenger into the steel ring post after the challenger rolled Michaels back into the ring; after the match, Perfect attacked Michaels and Diesel in the ring before he was eventually double teamed, with Diesel knocking Perfect out with a punch to the face; moments later, Todd Pettingill conducted an interview with Michaels and Diesel in the aisle, during which Michaels proclaimed himself the greatest IC champion of all time (Summer Slam 93 - 8/30/93; Auburn Hills, MI)
- 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 (4/26/93; Manhattan Center)

Best of the WWF: European Rampage Tour (1993) P114
- Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS via disqualification at around 10:20 when IRS hit Scott with one of the title belts as Scott had Dibiase covered after hitting the Frankensteiner; prior to the bout, the referee threatened to strip the champions of their title if they refused to give up IRS' steel briefcase and allow it to be taken backstage (4/24/93; Barcelona, Spain)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Samu (w/ Afa) with the Perfect Plex at 13:34 after Samu missed a headbutt off the top (UK Rampage 93 - 4/11/93; Sheffield, England)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Beverly Brothers at 14:36 when Butch pinned Blake after Beau accidentally hit his partner with a double axe handle off the top (European Rampage - 4/25/93; Milan, Italy)
- Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Jim Duggan with a splash in the corner and the Bonzai Drop at 7:31 after Duggan became distracted by Fuji on the floor (4/8/93; Paris, France)

Best of the WWF: Heroes of the Squared Circle (1993) P115
- 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 (5/17/93; Manhattan Center)
- Randy Savage pinned Repo Man with the flying elbowsmash at around 13:30; 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; Gorilla Monsoon & Jim Ross provided new commentary for the match (1/18/93; Manhattan Center)
- Scott Steiner pinned WWF Tag Team Champion IRS at 10:03 by reversing a fireman's carry into a roll up (4/25/93; Milan, Italy)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Papa Shango with a flying clothesline and chokeslam at 6:29 (12/14/92; Green Bay, WI)
- Tatanka, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doink the Clown, WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1, at around the 9-minute mark; fall #1: Rick pinned Dibiase at the 33-second mark following a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle by Scott as Dibiase attempted to hit a piledriver on Rick; fall #2: Dibiase pinned Rick with a piledriver at around the 6-minute mark; fall #3: Rick, the illegal man, pinned Dibiase with a powerslam at around 2:30 as Dibiase attempted a leap frog (5/25/93; Sydney, Nova Scotia)

Best of the WWF: Mega Matches (1993) P116
- Mr. Perfect pinned Papa Shango with the Perfect Plex at 7:54 (3/9/93; Augusta, GA)
- 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 (6/7/93; Manhattan Center)
- 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 (10/18/93; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Randy Savage pinned Papa Shango with a bodyslam and the flying elbow drop at 5:38 (9/22/92; Brandon, Manitoba)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 5:01 when Fuji hit Hart with the flagpole as the champion attempted to come off the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Yoko hit a belly to belly suplex but Hart moved out of the way as Yoko tried the Bonzai Drop; moments later, Hart knocked Yoko to the floor with a dropkick and cleared Fuji from the ring (1/4/93; Beaumont, TX)
- The Undertaker pinned Samu (w/ Afa) with a chokeslam and the tombstone at around the 9-minute mark (7/5/93; Manhattan Center)

Best of the WWF: Fan Favorites (1994) P117
- Bret Hart pinned Repo Man at 8:32 by reversing a small package (9/2/92; Landover, MD)
- Virgil defeated IRS via disqualification at 4:51 when IRS repeatedly hit Virgil with his briefcase outside the ring; moments later, the Big Bossman came out to make the save, with the bell not ringing until Bossman's interference; after the match, Bossman helped Virgil to his feet (1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL)
- Marty Jannetty pinned Bastion Booger at 4:46 with a roll up immediately after Booger hit the sit-down splash (8/16/93; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Crush defeated Rick Martel via count-out at 7:32 when Martel walked out of the match after sustaining a gorilla press slam (10/13/92; Regina, Saskatchewan) - Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Bushwhackers at 5:50 when IRS pinned Butch with a knee to the back as Butch grabbed at an interfering Hart (8/11/92; Nashville, TN)
- Tatanka pinned Repo Man with the Samoan Drop at 7:42 (10/26/92; Springfield, IL)
- KOTR Qualifying Match: Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Typhoon at 5:08 with a Samoan Drop and the diving headbutt after Typhoon hit the corner (5/10/93; Manhattan Center)
- The Undertaker defeated Giant Gonzalez (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via disqualification at 4:12 when Mr. Hughes interfered after Taker cleared Gonzalez from the ring; moments later, Taker cleared Hughes from the ring after hitting a flying clothesline (5/24/93; Halifax, Nova Scotia)

WrestleMania: The Greatest Matches (1994)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a bodyslam and the legdrop at 12:07; Bob Ueker was the guest ring announcer and Mary Hart was the guest time keeper; after the match, Hogan was presented with a new heavyweight title belt; Stan Lane & Gorilla Monsoon provided new commentary for the match (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac Silverdome)
- Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) at 14:22 when Scott pinned Samu with the Frankensteiner; during the bout, Jim Ross announced that Luna Vachon had attacked Sensational Sherri backstage in the First Aid center (WrestleMania IX - 4/4/93; Las Vegas, NV; Caesar's Palace)
- Ricky Steamboat (w/ George Steele) pinned WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) to win the title at 14:35 with an inside cradle after Steele pushed Savage off the top as Savage prepared to come off the top and hit the challenger with the time keeper's bell; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year; Stan Lane & Gorilla Monsoon provided new commentary for the match (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac Silverdome)
- Bret Hart pinned WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper to win the title at 13:50 by kicking off the top turnbuckle while caught in a sleeper, moments after the champion decided against using the time keeper's bell as a weapon; after the bout, Piper helped Hart to his feet and put the championship belt on him (Piper's last match for over 2 years) (WrestleMania VIII - 4/5/92; Indianapolis, IN; Hoosier Dome)

SummerSlam: The Greatest Hits (1994)
- Bret Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ the Coach) at 18:02 via submission with the Sharpshooter to win the title; during the bout, Stu, Helen, and Bruce Hart were seen in the audience; after the contest, Bret hugged his parents at ringside (Summer Slam 91 - 8/26/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman & Kimchee) via disqualification at 3:39 when Kimchee interfered as Kamala was set up for the tombstone; prior to the contest, Taker was driven to ringside on the back of a hearse; after the match, Kamala attacked Taker in the corner, hit a splash, hit a splash off the middle turnbuckle, and then a splash off the top; moments later, Taker sat up and stalked Kamala and his handlers all the way backstage (Summer Slam 92 - 8/29/92; Wembley Stadium)
- Razor Ramon pinned Ted Dibiase with the Razor's Edge at 7:32 after Dibiase hit his head on an unprotected turnbuckle (Dibiase's last WWF match; his last appearance for 5 months) (Summer Slam 93 - 8/30/93; Auburn Hills, MI)
- Lex Luger defeated WWF World Champion Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) via count-out at 17:58 after removing his forearm pad and hitting Yoko with a running forearm, knocking him to the floor and out cold; pre-match stipulations stated Luger would have to wear a protective pad over his forearm and that this would be his only title shot; after the contest, Savage, Tatanka, WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner celebrated Luger's win, with red, white, and blue balloons then dropping from the rafters (Summer Slam 93 - 8/30/93; Auburn Hills, MI)

Most Unusual Matches Ever (1994)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) in a ladder match at 13:46 after dropkicking the ladder, causing the challenger to fall off, crotch himself on the top rope, and fall to the floor (the WWF's first ladder match) (7/21/92; Portland, ME)
- Razor Ramon fought the 1-2-3 Kid to a no contest when the Kid grabbed the $10,000 Razor put up to get the rematch and escaped in a waiting car outside the arena (6/21/93; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Men on a Mission (w/ Oscar) & the Bushwhackers (all dressed as Doink the Clown) defeated Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon), Bastion Booger, & the Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) in an elimination match at 10:58; during the entrances, Luke rode out on a scooter; Luke pinned Samu with a roll up at 3:01 after Samu bit into a water balloon and burst it; Mabel pinned Booger with a leg drop at 6:02 after Booger failed the sit-down splash and then sustained the Bushwhackers' battering ram; moments later, Mo rode a scooter around the ring for several moments until Bigelow hit a dropkick from behind and threw the scooter to the floor; Butch pinned Fatu at 8:32 after Fatu tripped on a bannana peel while backing away from Butch, holding a pail in his hands; all four team members pinned Bigelow following a splash by Mabel; after the match, as Bigelow & Luna went to leave ringside, the real Doink appeared on the big screen, made fun of Bigelow, and barked at Luna (Survivor Series 93 - 11/24/93; Boston Garden)
- 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 (5/10/93; Manhattan Center)

Slamfest 95 (3/21/95)
- WWF IC Champion Diesel (w/ Shawn Michaels) fought Lex Luger to a double disqualification at 14:25 after both Michaels and Razor Ramon interfered; as the decision was read by the ring announcer, Ted Dibiase was seen at the entranceway upset that Luger didn't win the title (7/1/94; Bushkill, PA)
- Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned the 1-2-3 Kid with a belly to belly suplex as the Kid leapt off the top (5/25/94; Erie, PA)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart at 15:37 when Bret reversed a small package on Owen, putting Smith on top for the pin (11/7/94; Bushkill, PA)
- Jeff Jarrett pinned Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) at 8:53 when Jerry Lawler interfered and hit Doink with a fist drop off the top as Doink had Jarrett pinned with the Whoopie Cushion (10/17/94; Burlington, VT)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Shawn Michaels & Diesel defeated the 1-2-3 Kid & WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon at around 22:02 when Michaels pinned the Kid with a roll up after the challenger ran into a boot to the face from Diesel, who was on the ring apron; Michaels worked the majority of the match by himself after accidentally hitting the superkick on his partner and knocking Diesel out cold (9/28/94; White Plains, NY)

Off the Top Rope (3/21/95) 52101-3
- Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Adam Bomb via count-out when Bomb attacked Kwang on the floor moments after Kwang came ringside with Harvey Wippleman and tripped him from the floor; after the match, Bomb threw Wippleman onto Kwang outside the ring (7/1/94; Bushkill, PA)
- Davey Boy Smith defeated Jim Neidhart (w/ Owen Hart) via disqualification at around 11:50 when Owen interfered and dropped a knee on Smith as he attempted to use a sunset flip on Neidhart; WWF World Champion Bret Hart came out late in the match to be in Smith's corner but was distracted at the time of the finish by Bob Backlund, who came ringside and wanted Hart's title; after the bout, Bret made the save for Smith against Owen and Neidhart (9/26/94; Utica, NY)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart in a steel cage match at 32:08 when, as both men were hanging on the outside of the cage, the champion rammed Owen's head into the cage and Owen was hung upside down with his legs caught in-between the steel bars (Summer Slam 94 - 8/29/94; Chicago, IL)
- Lex Luger fought Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a double count-out at 13:50 when both men began brawling on the floor; after the bout, Luger grabbed the mic and challenged Tatanka to get back in the ring with him; moments later, Luger fought off Tatanka and put him in the Torture Rack until officials swarmed the ring (10/19/94; Albany, NY)

The Undertaker...He Buries Them Alive (1995)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Kwang with the chokeslam (8/15/94; Lowell, MA)

Big Daddy Cool Diesel (1995)

Super Slams (10/3/95)
- Bret Hart & Razor Ramon defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) & Hakushi (w/ Shinja) at 12:09 after Bret reversed Jarrett's small package on Razor, moments after Hakushi reversed the move behind the referee's back (4/5/95; Lowell, MA)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Tatanka at 6:36 with the chokeslam (12/14/94; Newark, DE)
- Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated Jacob & Eli Blu (w/ Uncle Zebakiah) at 6:36 when Smith scored the pin with a sunset flip off the top as the Blu attempted to piledrive Luger, moments after the Blus made an illegal switch in the ring; after the bout, Jim Ross interviewed Zebakiah in the aisle (the debut of the Luger / Smith hybrid theme music) (WrestleMania XI - 4/2/95; Hartford, CT)
- WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) pinned Adam Bomb at 9:25 after the Roadie shoved the challenger off the top rope, moments after referee Earl Hebner was knocked down (1/25/95; Ft. Myers, FL)
- Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart via submission with the Sharpshooter in a no holds barred match at around the 12-minute mark after avoiding a missile dropkick and hitting a catapult into the top turnbuckle; after the match, Bret kept the hold applied until a number of officials swarmed the ring (3/13/95; Stockton, CA)

Raw Hits (10/3/95)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated the 1-2-3 Kid via submission with the Sharpshooter at around the 25-minute mark after the challenger missed a dive off the top rope; prior to the match, Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart came out and climbed on the apron but were ejected; after the bout, the two men embraced out of respect (7/1/94; Bushkill, PA)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Psycho Sid) pinned Davey Boy Smith at 17:43 with the superkick; late in the bout, Sid shoved Smith into the steel ringpost (2/20/95; Macon, GA)
- Lex Luger pinned Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) in a steel cage match after hitting a forearm from the middle turnbuckle (Sunday Night Slam - 3/13/95; Stockton, CA)
- Alundra Blayze pinned WWF Women's Champion Bull Nakano at 6:41 to win the title with the German suplex into a bridge after the champion failed a moonsault; during the match, Jim Cornette announced that a match had been signed for the following week pitting Bret Hart, the 1-2-3 Kid, & Bob Holly against Hakushi, Yokozuna, & Owen Hart; after the bout, an unknown female attacked Blayze, breaking her nose; the woman was later revealed to be Bertha Faye; the attack caused Alundra to have plastic surgery done to fix her nose (4/3/95; Poughkeepsie, NY)
- Bret Hart, the 1-2-3 Kid, & Bob Holly defeated Hakushi (w/ Shinja), WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna when Holly pinned Owen with a roll up following a dropkick from Bret after Bret made the blind tag to Holly (4/3/95; Poughkeepsie, NY)

Confirmed Hits! (1996)
- WWF World Champion Diesel pinned Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) at 1:08 after avoiding the Bonzai Drop (9/26/95; Valpariso, IN)
- Goldust (w/ Marlena) pinned WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon at 14:15 to win the title after the 1-2-3 Kid came off the top with a spin kick to the champion's head (Marlena's surprise debut) (Royal Rumble 96 - 1/21/96; Fresno, CA)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette & Diana Hart Smith) at 21:09 with an Oklahoma side roll after kicking the challenger in the face as he ran towards the corner (In Your House V - 12/17/95; Hershey, PA)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Isaac Yankem DDS with the tombstone at around the 8:30 mark; mid-way through the bout, Taker scared Jerry Lawler, who was doing commentary, backstage after Lawler tried to steal the remains of the urn (12/18/95; Newark, DE)
- Bret Hart, Razor Ramon, & Savio Vega defeated Hakushi (w/ Shinja), WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette) when Savio pinned Hakushi with a clothesline at 11:35 (6/6/95; Wheeling, WV)

Free For All (1997)
- WWF Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Skip & Zip (w/ Sunny) defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) at 5:24 when Skip pinned Phinneas with a roll up after Sunny distracted Phinneas from the apron by lifting the back of her skirt as he attempted the Slop Drop (WrestleMania XII – 3/31/96; Anaheim, CA)
- Skip & Zip (w/ Kloudy) defeated Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy at 8:06 when Skip pinned Cassidy with a roll up after Kloudy entered the ring behind the referee’s back and kissed Cassidy on the lips (Kloudy’s debut) (King of the Ring 96 – 6/23/96; Milwaukee, WI)
- Justin Bradshaw (w/ Uncle Zebakiah) pinned Savio Vega at 4:42 by catching Vega in a crossbody, with Zebakiah pushing Bradshaw so that he powerslammed Vega and held his protégé’s foot on the ropes for leverage during the cover; after the bout, Savio attempted to get at Zebakiah but sustained a lariat from Bradshaw and was branded (IYH: International Incident – 7/21/96; Vancouver, British Columbia)
- Steve Austin pinned Yokozuna at 1:53 after Yoko failed an attempt at the Bonzai Drop, unhinging the top turnbuckle and falling backwards onto his head (Summer Slam 96 – 8/18/96; Cleveland, OH)
- Savio Vega pinned Marty Jannetty (w/ Leif Cassidy) at 3:55 when the momentum of a crossbody off the middle turnbuckle put Vega on top for the win; during the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Justin Bradshaw backstage from the commentary table with Bradshaw saying he was angry that he had yet to appear on a WWF pay-per-view; after the bout, Uncle Zebakiah came ringside and distracted Vega long enough for Bradshaw to attack Vega from behind with a cowbell (IYH: Mindgames – 9/22/96; Philadelphia, PA)
- Bart Gunn, Jesse James, Aldo Montoya, & Bob Holly defeated Billy Gunn, Justin Bradshaw (w/ Zebakiah), the Sultan (w/ the Iron Sheik), & Salvatore Sincere in an elimination match at around 9:45; the Sultan defeated Aldo via submission with the Camel Clutch at 2:59; Bart pinned Salvatore with a side slam at around 5:50; Bradshaw pinned Holly with the lariat at around 7:30; James pinned Bradshaw with a roll up at around 7:40, even though Bradshaw’s shoulders were clearly not down for 3; James pinned the Sultan with an inside cradle at around 8:41; Billy pinned James with the Rocker Dropper at around 8:56; Bart pinned Billy with a forearm to the face after Billy missed a splash in the corner and hit his head on the turnbuckle; during the bout, Vince McMahon & Jim Ross announced that the winner of the Bret Hart / Steve Austin match later in the show would face the WWF World Champion at In Your House “It’s Time”; moments later, Dok Hendrix attempted to interview Austin backstage but was chased out (Survivor Series 96 – 11/17/96; Madison Square Garden)
- Rocky Maivia defeated Salvatore Sincere (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification at 6:01 when Cornette entered the ring after Maivia hit the shoulderbreaker; after the bout, Maivia cleared both from the ring (IYH: It's Time – 12/15/96; West Palm Beach, FL)
- La Parkita & Mascarita Sagrada Jr. defeated Mini Vader & Mini Mankind at 4:29 when Sagrada pinned Vader with a la magistral cradle after Vader missed a Vader Bomb off the ropes (Royal Rumble 97 – 1/19/97; San Antonio, TX)

WWF Most Amazing Matches! (1996)
- Razor Ramon pinned the 1-2-3 Kid (w/ Ted Dibiase) after kicking baby powder into the Kid's face and hitting the Razor's Edge twice; prematch stipulations called for the loser to wear a diaper after the match (In Your House VI - 2/18/96; Louisville Gardens)
- Bret Hart defeated Jerry Lawler with the Sharpshooter at 9:20 in a Kiss My Foot match after outside interference from Hakushi backfired (King of the Ring '95 - 6/25/95; Philadelphia, PA; CoreStates Spectrum)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated King Mabel (w/ Sir Moe) at 6:11 in a casket match after putting both members of Men on a Mission into the casket; during the match, the Undertaker regained the reminants of the urn (In Your House V - 12/17/95; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Bret Hart defeated Isaac Yankem DDS in a steel cage match (Monday Night Raw - taped 9/25/95; Grand Rapids, MI)
- Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Henry Godwinn at 8:58 in an Arkansas Hog Pen match by backdropping Henry into the hog pen; Hillbilly Jim was the guest referee for the match; after the match, Godwinn hit a gorilla press slam on Helmsley into the slop (In Your House V - 12/17/95; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)

Shawn Michaels: The Best Hits from the Heartbreak Kid
- WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Razor Ramon in a ladder match at 24:58 after avoiding an attempt at the Razor's Edge and backdropping the challenger to the floor; named Pro Wrestling Torch's Match of the Year (Summer Slam 95 - 8/27/95; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette) with the superkick after Owen Hart interfered and accidentally hit a spin wheel kick on Yoko; Hart appeared ringside mid-way through the bout (1/22/96; Stockton, CA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) with the superkick at 5:39 after Tatanka narrowly avoided colliding with Dibiase on the ring apron (1/23/96; San Jose, CA)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) with the superkick at 15:57 after avoiding the enziguri; Michaels' world title shot at WrestleMania XII was on the line in this bout (In Your House #6 - 2/18/96; Louisville, KY)

World Tour 96 (1997)
- Yokozuna & Ahmed Johnson defeated Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy when Yoko pinned Cassidy with the Bonzai Drop after the Pearl River Plunge from Ahmed (5/9/96; Kuwait City, Kuwait)
- Bret Hart defeated Steve Austin via submission with the Sharpshooter after avoiding a suplex (5/9/96; Kuwait City, Kuwait)
- Kuwait Cup Quarter Finals: Davey Boy Smith pinned Duke Drose with the running powerslam after Drose missed a top rope headbutt (5/9/96; Kuwait City, Kuwait)
- Kuwait Cup Semi-Finals: Ahmed Johnson pinned Owen Hart with the Pearl River Plunge (5/11/96; Kuwait City, Kuwait)
- Kuwait Cup Finals: Ahmed Johnson pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the Pearl River Plunge; after the bout, Ahmed was presented with the Kuwait Cup (5/12/96; Kuwait City, Kuwait)

In Your House: The Greatest Matches (1997)
- Jerry Lawler pinned Bret Hart with a double leg roll up at 5:03 when Hakushi interfered and hit three diving headbutts as referee Earl Hebner was tied upside down in the ropes after becoming distracted by Shinja (In Your House #1 - 5/14/95; Syracuse, NY)
- Shawn Michaels pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) to win the title with the superkick at 19:57 after the Roadie accidentally tripped the champion as he ran the ropes, thinking it was Michaels; during the bout, Vince McMahon's headset temporarily went out, forcing Jerry Lawler to call the match himself (Jarrett's last appearance for 5 months; Roadie's last appearance for over a year) (In Your House #2 - 7/23/95; Nashville, TN)
- Goldust pinned Marty Jannetty at 11:15 with the Curtain Call after blocking the fistdrop off the top with a boot to the face (Goldust's TV debut) (In Your House #4 - 10/22/95; Winnipeg, Manitoba)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated King Mabel (w/ Sir Mo) at 6:11 in a casket match after putting both members of Men on a Mission into the casket; during the match, the Undertaker regained the reminants of the urn, which had been melted down into a gold chain months earlier by Kama; after the contest, Taker motioned that he wanted the WWF World Title (In Your House #5 - 12/17/95; Hershey, PA)
- WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Diesel in a steel cage match at 19:13 by escaping over the top as the Undertaker came up through the canvas and pulled the challenger underneath the ring (In Your House #6 - 2/18/96; Louisville, KY)

Action Zone! (1997)
- The Smoking Gunns defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim & Sunny) to win the titles at 4:57 when Bart Gunn pinned Phinneas with a back suplex after Phinneas became distracted by Billy Gunn kissing Sunny on the ring apron; during a pre-match backstage interview conducted by Mr. Perfect, Sunny announced she was the new co-manager of the Godwinns (5/26/96; Florence, SC)
- KOTR Qualifying Match: Vader (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Ahmed Johnson at around 11:20 after Owen Hoart, who did guest commentary for the bout, came off the top with a double axe handle, using his arm cast, as Ahmed covered Vader following a spinebuster; Cornette was chased backstage by Ahmed at the 3-minute mark but he returned late in the contest and his distraction allowed Hart to interfere (Ahmed's first TV loss) (5/27/96; Fayetteville, NC)
- Ahmed Johnson & Marc Mero defeated Davey Boy Smith & Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) when Mero pinned Owen at 4:35 with a leg backslide after avoiding a back suplex attempt (4/2/96; San Diego, CA)
- KOTR Quarter-Finals: Steve Austin pinned Savio Vega with the Stunner at around 10:30 (the debut of the Stone Cold Stunner) (5/27/96; Fayetteville, NC)
- The Bushwhackers (w/ someone in a kangaroo costume) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Skip & Zip (w/ Sunny) in a non-title match at around 5:16 when Butch pinned Skip after Phinneas Godwinn, who came ringside at the 3-minute mark with Henry Godwinn, hit Skip in the back of the head with his slop bucket, knocking Skip off the top; during the bout, Jim Ross left the commentary table to interview Harvey Wippleman, watching the contest from the aisle, who said he was watching all the officials in the WWF and would present a report to WWF President Gorilla Monsoon (4/30/96; Des Moines, IA)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Vader (w/ Jim Cornette) at 3:12 with a flying clothesline and chokeslam, moments after Taker sustained two Vader Bombs from his opponent (4/2/96; San Diego, CA)

Bret "Hitman" Hart (1997)
- Bret Hart pinned Steve Austin by kicking off the turnbuckle while locked in the Million $ Dream (Survivor Series 1996 - 11/19/96; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart via disqualification when Steve Austin interfered (11/20/96; New Haven, CT)
- WWF World Champion Psycho Sid pinned Bret Hart with the powerbomb after Hart collided with Shawn Michaels on the ring apron (In Your House "It's Time" - 12/15/96; West Palm Beach, FL)
- Vader pinned Bret Hart with the Vader Bomb after Steve Austin interfered and executed the Stunner on Hart outside the ring (12/30/96; Albany, NY)

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