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WWF / WWE RAW (1993-Present)

Monday Night Raw revolutionized the wrestling industry and has served as the flagship program of the WWE for well over a decade. The show, which has primarily been shown live, brought a fresh, edgy, "anything can happen" feel to the promotion in a time when the wrestling industry was in a slump. Since then, it has provided classic matches, historical confrontations, and celebrity appearances too many to mention.

Note: There are some gaps in the information so if anyone can help fill those, I'd appreciate it. I'm always looking for more detailed results - times, finishes, notable happenings during the episode, etc.

1993

1/11/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
1/11/93 - the debut episode; featured Vince McMahon, Randy Savage, & Rob Bartlett on commentary (Bartlett's debut); included Bobby Heenan attempting to get into the show unsuccessfully at the beginning of the show and later returning dressed as a woman, telling Sean Mooney he was Rob Bartlett's aunt, and later appearing dressed as Bartlett's uncle; Heenan was finally allowed in the building during the closing segment; featured McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Razor Ramon regarding his WWF World Title shot against Bret Hart at the Royal Rumble; included footage from WWF Superstars of Kamala's falling out with Harvey Wippleman and Kimchee, with Kamala then joining Slick; featured comments from Heenan regarding Narcissist; included a promo by Tatanka regarding the Headlock on Hunger promotion; featured a Royal Rumble report in which it was announced WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels would defend against Marty Jannetty and that Genichiro Tenryu, Tito Santana, Typhoon, the Headshrinkers, and Jim Duggan would be in the Royal Rumble match; included McMahon conducting a closing interview with Doink the Clown regarding Crush's warning not to make the kids in the audience cry, with Crush eventually appearing, Doink squirting him with a water pistol, and Crush chasing him around the ring:
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Koko B. Ware with the Bonzai Drop at 3:45
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Executioners at 3:00 when Rick scored the pin following the top rope bulldog double team
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Max Moon with the side suplex at around the 10:30 mark after avoiding a punch; during the bout, Doink the Clown appeared at ringside
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Damien Demento with the tombstone at 2:26; during the bout, it was announced Mr. Perfect would face Papa Shango, Ric Flair would face Tito Santana, and WWF World Champion Bret Hart would appear for an interview the following week (Raw: 10th Anniversary)

1/18/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
1/18/93 - featured an opening segment in which Repo Man stole Randy Savage's hat after attacking him from behind as Savage opened the show; later in the broadcast, Savage challenged Repo to a match for the following week after footage was shown of Sean Mooney interviewing Repo outside the arena; moments later, Savage left the broadcast area to go look for Repo; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with WWF World Champion Bret Hart regarding his facing Razor Ramon at the Royal Rumble; included a 'Headlock on Hunger' promo from the Undertaker & Paul Bearer; featured footage from WWF Superstars of Doink the Clown attacking Crush; included a closing segment in which Repo stole Rob Bartlett's car:
Mr. Perfect pinned Terry Taylor (sub. for Papa Shango) with the Perfect Plex at around 10:30 after reversing Taylor's suplex attempt; moments earlier, Ric Flair came ringside and attacked Perfect on the floor while Taylor distracted the referee
Marty Jannetty pinned Glen Ruth with the Rocker Dropper at 5:10
Ric Flair fought Tito Santana to a no contest at around the 8:40 mark when Mr. Perfect came ringside, pulled Flair from the ring, and brawled with him before officials, including Sgt. Slaughter and Pat Patterson, pulled the two men apart; as the show came to a close, Flair challenged Perfect to a career vs. career match for the following week which was quickly accepted

Taped 1/18/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
1/25/93 - included Bobby Heenan doing guest commentary, subbing for Randy Savage; during the opening, Vince McMahon announced the Bushwhackers would wrestle on the show but the match - if taped - never aired nor was mentioned again; featured an opening segment showing Repo Man arriving to the arena and was interviewed outside by Sean Mooney about his match later in the show against Randy Savage; included a 'Headlock on Hunger' promo from Bob Backlund; featured a post-Royal Rumble report, discussing the results of the show; included a closing segment in which it was announced Ric Flair, despite losing his match, would still make his contracted obligations that weekend:
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 (Best of the WWF: Heroes of the Squared Circle)
Kamala (w/ Slick) pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a splash at 3:32; after the bout, Vince McMahon conducted an interview with Slick and Kamala at ringside
Mr. Perfect pinned Ric Flair in a Loser Leaves the WWF Match at around the 23-minute mark with the Perfect Plex as Flair attempted a backdrop; due to pre-match stipulations, Flair was forced to leave the WWF (Flair's last WWF TV appearance for nearly 9 years) (WrestleFest 93)

2/1/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
2/1/93 - included a 10-bell salute to the passing of Andre the Giant:
Tatanka pinned Damien Demento with the Samoan drop at 4:10
Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated Skull Von Krus & Iron Mike Sharpe at 1:31 when Owen pinned Krus after a missile dropkick from Koko
Doink the Clown pinned Typhoon at 3:10 with a shoulder block from the middle turnbuckle and using the tights for leverage
Yokozuna defeated Bobby DeVito
Lex Luger pinned Jason Knight with the running forearm at 2:38

Taped 2/1/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
2/15/93:
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Glen Ruth & Bobby Who at 3:32 following the bulldog off the top double team
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Ross Greenberg with the Bonzai Drop at 2:01
Razor Ramon won a 16-man battle royal after Giant Gonzalez, with Harvey Wippleman, interfered and eliminated both Tatanka and Tito Santana; other participants included: Owen Hart, Koko B. Ware, Kamala (w/ Slick), Kimchee, Shawn Michaels, Iron Mike Sharpe, Bob Backlund, Typhoon, Damien Demento, Berzerker, Terry Taylor, and Skinner; order of elimination: Sharpe by Backlund via backdrop, Koko by Michaels via backdrop, Skinner by Typhoon via clothesline to the back of the head, Demento by Kamala via clothesline, Owen by Berzerker via tossing Owen off his back as Owen had a sleeper applied, Bezkerer by Kamala via thrust kick, Kamala by Typhoon and Kimchee, Kimchee by Kamala when Kamala came back in the ring (Kamala chased Kimchee into the balcony afterwards), Typhoon by Michaels via backdrop after avoiding a splash in the corner, Michaels by Tatanka and Santana when both men kicked Michaels off the turnbuckle after sending him into the corner, Tatanka by Gonzalez, Santana by Gonzalez (Invasion of the Bodyslammers)
Brutus Beefcake defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:26 when IRS, who came ringside moments earlier, hit Beefcake in the back with the steel briefcase as he ran the ropes; after the bout, Dibiase held Beefcake for IRS to hit him in the face with the briefcase but Hart repeatedly got in the way before he was eventually shoved out of the ring by IRS, with IRS then hitting Beefcake in the face with the weapon; moments later, Dibiase & IRS were sent backstage while Hart and several referees tended to Beefcake; Beefcake was later taken backstage on a stretcher (Beefcake's first match in nearly 3 years) (1993 Year in Review)

2/22/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
2/22/93 - included footage of a pre-taped interview of Vince McMahon with Hulk Hogan, with Hogan saying everyone should believe in themselves and believe in the Hulkster and that the fans won't believe his announcement on Raw; featured McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Hogan regarding Money Inc's attack of Brutus Beefcake a week earlier, where Hogan thanked God for being with Beefcake and also thanked Jimmy Hart for coming to Beefcake's aid; Hogan then brought Beefcake out to the ring, who also thanked God and Hart; Hogan then brought Hart to the ring, introducing him as their new manager, with Hogan billing themselves as the Mega-Maniacs (Hogan's return after an absence of nearly a year):
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Scott Keller at the 3-minute mark following the diving headbutt off the top
Tatanka & the Nasty Boys defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels & the Beverly Brothers at around the 15-minute mark when Tatanka pinned Michaels by reversing an attempt at the side suplex into a sunset flip
Crush defeated Terry Taylor via submission with the head vice at around 3:46 (the bell rang during the promotional consideration break)
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Skinner; the show went off the air before the match ended

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

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

3/15/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
3/15/93 - included Gorilla Monsoon, Rob Bartlett, & Bobby Heenan on commentary, with Bartlett dressed as Vince McMahon and impersonating him for the duration of the show; featured Bobby Heenan conducting an interview with Giant Gonzalez & Harvey Wippleman regarding Gonzalez' match with the Undertaker at WrestleMania IX, with Gonzalez saying he will have a giant surprise for Taker; included a promo of Randy Savage with Rev. Jesse Jackson discussing the 'Headlock on Hunger' campaign; featured footage of WWF superstars helping people with special needs at charity events over the years; included the announcement that Tatanka would face Repo Man the following week, which ended up not happening:
Razor Ramon pinned Russ Greenberg with the Razor's Edge at 3:08
Typhoon pinned LA Gore at 2:57 with the splash
Bob Backlund pinned Papa Shango at 6:58 with an inside cradle as Shango attempted a bodyslam
The Nasty Boys fought the Headshrinkers to a double count-out at around the 9-minute mark when all four men began brawling in the concession area and ended up having a food fight

3/22/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
3/22/93:
The Bushwhackers defeated Damien Demento & Repo Man when Butch pinned Repo with the battering ram
Tatanka defeated Reno Riggins
WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS defeated Jeff Armstrong & an unknown
Doink the Clown defeated Kamala via count-out

3/29/93:
Featured a 1-hour special of the previous night's "March to WrestleMania IX" show

Taped 3/22/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
4/5/93:
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Virgil with the diving headbutt at 6:59
Bob Backlund pinned Kimchee at 3:58 with a bridge
Damien Demento pinned Jim Brunzell at 5:07 with the jumping kneedrop
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Beverly Brothers at around 11:30 when Scott pinned Blake with the Frankensteiner
Jerry Lawler pinned Jim Powers at 6:16 with the piledriver and using the tights for leverage; the bout was to have taken place earlier in the night on two seperate occasions but Lawler walked out each time after a chant of 'Burger King' began; after the bout, Vince McMahon conducted a ringside interview with Lawler in which Lawler made several comments directed at Randy Savage; Savage responded by standing up from his commentary seat but the show ended before anything else occured (Lawler's free-TV in-ring debut)

4/12/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
4/12/93 - included an interview with Luna Vachon and Sensational Sherri by Rob Bartlett in which the two women brawled until seperated by Sgt. Slaughter and Randy Savage:
Scott Steiner (w/ Rick Steiner) defeated WWF Tag Team Champion IRS (w/ Ted Dibiase) via disqualification at around the 12:30 mark when Dibiase interfered and broke the cover after Steiner hit a double underhook into a powerbomb; after the bout, the Steiners fought off Money Inc and set up Dibiase for the bulldog off the top double team only for the Beverly Brothers to come out and gang up on the Steiners; after the bout, the Beverlys accidentally hit a double clothesline on Dibiase when Scott moved out of the way; moments later, Money Inc and the Beverlys got into an argument
Tatanka pinned Von Krus with the Samoan drop at 4:00; during the bout, Doink the Clown briefly appeared in the aisle
Papa Shango defeated Skip Taylor
Frier Ferguson defeated Chris Duffy

Taped 4/12/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
4/19/93 - featured Rob Bartlett's last appearance on Raw; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Bret Hart in which Bret cut a promo on Lex Luger and Luger's attack on him during the WrestleMania brunch:
Razor Ramon pinned Virgil with the Razor's Edge after Virgil hit the corner
Giant Gonzalez pinned LA Gore with the chokeslam
Tatanka defeated Art Thomas
WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS defeated the Beverly Brothers in a non-title match when Dibiase scored the pin with a small package after one Beverly accidentally clotheslined the other
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Phil Apollo with the flying headbutt; after the bout, Bigelow hit the move a second time and attempted a third before Frier Ferguson made the save and sent Biglow to the floor

4/26/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
4/26/93 - included a vignette promoting the debut of the Smoking Gunns; featured Vince McMahon conducting an interview with WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels in which McMahon made mention of Michaels' title defense the following week against Jim Duggan as well as his top challenger Mr. Perfect; moments later, Perfect came to the ring and - after sustaining Michaels' superkick - chased Michaels backstage; Joey Smith and Howard Cross of the New York Giants were in attendance for the show; included a ringside wedding proposal with Bobby Heenan handling the microphone; the show was to have featured Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Friar Ferguson but the match was cancelled:
Mr. Perfect pinned Damien Demento with the Perfect Plex
Lex Luger defeated Crush via count-out after Crush sustained the running forearm which sent him to the floor and knocked him cold; Crush was distracted by Doink in the upper balcony which caused him to release the head vice, where another Doink appeared on the opposite balcony, allowing Luger to hit him from behind
Mr. Hughes defeated Jason Knight
Typhoon defeated Skull Von Krus

Taped 4/26/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
5/3/93:
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; after the match, Duggan grabbed a microphone and stated that due to the cheap way Michaels walked out of the match, he would not leave the ring until he was granted a rematch (Grudges, Gripes, & Grunts)
Doink the Clown defeated the Kamikaze Kid via submission with the Stump Puller at 2:05 (Sean Waltman's TV debut)
Bob Backlund pinned Duane Gill with a cradle
The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated Jay Sledge & an unknown; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano was introduced to the crowd and did guest commentary for the match
Kamala defeated Rich Myers

5/10/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
5/10/93 - in footage taped earlier in the evening and aired during the episode, Mr. Perfect attacked WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels outside the building as Michaels was being interviewed by Lord Alfred Hayes and threw Michaels onto the hood of a car:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Typhoon at 5:08 with a Samoan Drop and the diving headbutt after Typhoon hit the corner
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned PJ Walker with the Bonzai Drop
Mr. Perfect pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with the Perfect Plex
Mr. Hughes (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned the Cannonball Kid with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Hughes threw his opponent to the floor
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Jim Duggan in a lumberjack match via disqualification at around the 18-minute mark when Mr. Perfect interfered and prevented Michaels from scoring the pin with one foot on Duggan's chest after the challenger sustained a legdrop on the floor from Yokozuna; prior to the bout, Michaels came to the ring on crutches, claiming he had suffered an injury when Perfect attacked him outside the building earlier in the evening, but Perfect attacked him at ringside and it became obvious that the injury was fake; after the bout, Duggan cleared the ring of all the lumberjacks with his 2x4; lumberjacks for the match included Mr. Perfect, Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) , Terry Taylor, Bam Bam Bigelow, Typhoon, Bob Backlund, Mr. Hughes, and Tatanka (Grudges, Gripes, & Grunts, Most Unusual Matches Ever 1994)

5/17/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
5/17/93 - featured an opening segment in which Lord Alfred Hayes indicated to the camera that he saw someone in disguise arrive to the arena, knowing who it was but not letting on; included the disguised man confronting Shawn Michaels during an in-ring interview and accepting Michaels' open challenge for a title shot; moments later, he revealed himself to be Marty Jannetty:
The Smoking Gunns defeated Tony Vadja & Glenn Ruth following a piledriver
The Kid pinned Razor Ramon with a moonsault off the top onto a standing Razor (1993 Year in Review, Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts)
Tatanka pinned Scott Taylor with the Samoan Drop
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Kamala with the Bonzai Drop after Fuji tripped Kamala
Marty Jannetty pinned WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels with an inside cradle to win the title after Mr. Perfect threw his towel in Michaels' face (Jannetty's surprise return after being gone since January) (1993 Year in Review, Monday Night Raw: Prime Cuts)

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

5/31/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
5/31/83 - included an opening pre-taped segment in which Jim Duggan talked about Memorial Day; featured Razor Ramon offering the pay the 1-2-3 Kid $5000 for a rematch, with the Kid rejecting the offer; included a closing segment in which Vince McMahon conducted an in-ring interview with Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji in which Fuji said he would celebrate Memorial Day on June 13 after Yoko beats Hulk Hogan; moments later, Jim Duggan appeared in the balcony and began a USA chant as the show came to a close:
WWF IC Champion Marty Jannetty (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) via count-out after the challenger pushed Jannetty back into the ring but could not beat the 10-count himself due to Sherri; after the bout, Bigelow attacked the champion before a number of officials came to the ring to hold him off; after the commercial break, Sherri returned ringside and challenged Luna to come out; the two went at it briefly before Bam Bam Bigelow came to Luna's aid, which prompted Tatanka to make the save for Sherri
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Rich Myers & the Executioner
Mr. Hughes pinned Bert Centeno
Jim Duggan defeated Bill Thomas; after the match, Duggan led the crowd in reciting the Pledge of Alliegance
Razor Ramon pinned Tony Roy with the Razor's Edge

6/7/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
6/7/93 - included Yokozuna & Mr. Fuji as guests of the King's Court in which Fuji cut a promo on Yoko facing WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan at the King of the Ring and mentioned Yoko was now 550 pounds; before introducing his guests, Lawler spent several minutes insulting the New York crowd; featured the announcement that Marty Jannetty would face Doink the Clown the following week; included a closing segment in which Vince McMahon interviewed Razor Ramon about his problems with the 1-2-3 Kid, with Razor saying the Kid would face him the next week for $7,500; moments later, McMahon said there was no confirmation that would happen and that Razor earned only 7% of the fan vote in the King of the Ring hotline when it came to the wrestler the fans thought would win the tournament; Ramon then said Bret Hart would be a "nutter loser," in reference to the name of the arena:
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) pinned Russ Greenberg with a piledriver at 3:53; Michaels was introduced as the new IC champion before the opening credits and then stopped by the commentary team to say no one knew how good it was to feel like he or his new "insurance policy;" after the King of the Ring Report following the match - in which it was announced the already scheduled Michaels / Crush match would be for Michaels' newly won championship - Michaels and Diesel returned ringside and cut a promo protesting the fact he had to defend his title at the pay-per-view and claimed Vince McMahon was jealous of him (Diesel's TV debut)
Adam Bomb (w/ Johnny Polo) pinned Tito Santana at 5:32 with a slingshot clothesline to the back of Santana's head; during the bout, McMahon said Razor Ramon offered the 1-2-3 Kid $7,500 for a rematch
Tatanka pinned Peter Weeks with a tomahawk chop off the top at 3:16; during the bout, McMahon said that while Bret Hart was in the lead when it came to the King of the Ring hotline fan poll, Tatanka was in second place
Fatu (w/ Samu & Afa) & WWF Tag Team Champion IRS (w/ WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase) defeated Rick Steiner (w/ Scott Steiner) & Billy Gunn (w/ Bart Gunn) at around 11:30 when IRS pinned Gunn with a clothesline from behind, sending Gunn throat-first into the top rope, after Gunn knocked Dibiase off the ring apron; 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 thining it was food

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

6/21/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
6/21/93:
WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Reno Riggins & Barry Hardy after Scott hit the Frankensteiner on Riggins
Marty Jannetty defeated Doink the Clown in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Doink pinned Jannetty with the Woopie Cushion after Jannetty hit the corner; fall #2: Jannetty pinned Doink with the flying fistdrop; fall #3: Jannetty defeated Doink via reverse decision; Doink originally won the match with a piledriver after switching places with a second Doink but Randy Savage pulled the hiding Doink out from under the ring and referee Earl Hebner changed the call
Mr. Hughes defeated Bobby Who
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 (Most Unusual Matches Ever 1994, 1993 Year in Review)

Taped 6/28/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
6/28/93 - included Vince McMahon conducting an interview with WWF World Champion Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji regarding the upcoming bodyslam challenge; featured Vince McMahon conducting an interview with Money Inc in which a rematch with the Steiner Brothers was alluded to as well as Ted Dibiase making several comments about Razor Ramon's recent loss against the Kid:
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) pinned Kamala at around the 11-minute mark with a superkick to the back of the head after the challenger became distracted by Diesel on the ring apron; after the bout, Diesel came to Michaels' aid by knocking Kamala out with a punch to the face before both men pounded and stomped on the challenger (Shawn Michaels: Hits From the Heartbreak Kid 1995)
The Smoking Gunns defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Barry Horowitz
Adam Bomb defeated PJ Walker
Crush defeated Bastion Booger after three bodyslams

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

Taped 7/5/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
7/12/93:
WWF World Champion Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Crush with the Bonzai Drop; the champion executed three more Bonzai Drops after the match until Randy Savage, who was doing commentary, entered the ring along with a great deal of officials; moments later, Crush was taken to the back on a stretcher
The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated Aaron Ferguson & PJ Walker
Tatanka defeated the Brooklyn Brawler
Mr. Hughes defeated Tony DeVito; prior to the bout, a wreath was brought ringside for Hughes from the Undertaker
Adam Bomb pinned Scott Atami

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

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

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

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

8/16/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
8/16/93:
The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Ted Dibiase via disqualification when IRS interfered; after the bout, the Steiner Brothers made the save
The Headshrinkers defeated Mike Khoury & Dave Moraldo
Marty Jannetty pinned Bastion Booger
Men on a Mission defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Barry Horowitz
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) pinned Rich Myers

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

9/13/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
9/13/93:
The Quebecars defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner in a Provence of Quebec Rules match via disqualification to win the titles after Scott hit Jacques with a hockey stick; due to pre-match stipulations the title could change hands on a count-out or disqualification; a disqualification could be caused by using a piledriver, throwing your opponent over the top rope, or coming off the top rope; mid-way through the bout, Johnny Polo made his debut as the Quebecars' manager by coming to the ring with the hockey stick (1993 Year in Review)
Mr. Perfect pinned Tony Devito with the Perfect Plex at 2:47
Razor Ramon pinned the Executioner with a back suplex off the middle turnbuckle at 2:36
Doink the Clown pinned Rich Myers at 2:10 with the Whoopie Cushion; after the bout, Doink dumped a pail of water on Bobby Heenan's head

Taped 9/13/93; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
9/20/93:
Scott Steiner pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Pierre with the Frankensteiner; this win would have earned the Steiners a rematch for the titles but the Quebecars stated that there were other teams more deserving
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Laverne Magille
Mr. Perfect pinned Mike Bell
PJ Walker pinned IRS with a roll up after Razor Ramon came ringside and distracted IRS

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

Taped 9/27/93; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
10/4/93:
Razor Ramon and Rick Martel co-won a 20-man battle royal to earn the right to fight for the vacant WWF IC title; other participants included: WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecars, IRS, the 1-2-3 Kid, MVP, Mr. Perfect, Diesel, Adam Bomb, Bam Bam Bigelow, Randy Savage, Giant Gonzalez, Marty Jannetty, Bastion Booger, Owen Hart, Tatanka, Mabel, Bob Backlund, and Jimmy Snuka; order of elimination: Gonzalez by Savage and a number of other wrestlers, Mabel, IRS was eliminated after Razor ducked a charge, the Kid was eliminated by Booger, Backlund was eliminated, Snuka by Martel, Perfect by Bigelow, Jannetty after Bomb ducked, Tatanka when Bigelow ducked, Booger by Savage, Bigelow by Razor via a clothesline after Razor fell through the ropes to the floor, MVP by Owen, Owen by a Quebecar, Bomb by Savage, Savage by the Quebecars, Jacques by Pierre after Razor ducked a clothesline, Pierre by Razor
The Heavenly Bodies defeated Mark Taylor & Scott Thomas
Doink the Clown pinned Corey Student with the Cannonball; after the bout, Bam Bam Bigelow and Luna Vachon came ringside but were held back by officials, though Bigelow did destroy Doink's red toy wagon

Taped 9/27/93; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
10/11/93 - included Vince McMahon conducting an interview with Ludvig Borga in which Lex Luger came out to interrupt:
Razor Ramon pinned Rick Martel with the Razor's Edge at 10:42; due to pre-match stipulations, Razor won the vacant WWF IC Title (Razor Ramon)
The Headshrinkers defeated Tommy Morrison & Sid Curtis
Owen Hart pinned Scott King with a northern lights suplex
Adam Bomb (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Russ Greenberg (Wippleman's first appearance with Bomb)
SMW Tag Team Champions the Rock 'n' Roll Express defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy (RnR's debut)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Taped 11/29/93; White Plains, NY; Westchester County Civic Center
12/6/93 - included a closing segment in which Gorilla Monsoon came ringside, grabbed Bobby Heenan by the shirt, and threw him and his bags out of the arena; Heenan scrambled around to put all his belongings back in the bag before giving a tearful salute as the show faded to black (Heenan's last appearance for over 7 years):
The 1-2-3 Kid fought Shawn Michaels to a no contest when Razor Ramon interfered as Michaels prepared to hit a Razor's Edge on the visibly unconcious Kid after the Kid failed a leap to the floor; Razor stalked Michaels to the entrance curtain after the bout, only to be knocked out by a punch from Diesel - who was hidding behind the curtain
WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecars (w/ Johnny Polo) defeated Mike Walsh & Bert Centeno; after the bout, Centeno was positioned in a patio chair - which Polo brought ringside to sit in during the match - and was clotheslined out of it
Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) pinned Tony Devito (Dink's Raw debut)
Crush pinned Tony Roy; during the bout, Randy Savage called in from Bournemouth, England

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

Taped 12/13/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
12/20/93:
Jeff Jarrett defeated PJ Walker (Jarrett's TV debut)
Men on a Mission defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy
Tatanka defeated Ludvig Borga via disqualification after being hit by Mr. Fuji's Japanese flag
Adam Bomb pinned Mark Thomas
Owen Hart defeated Mike Bell via submission with the Sharpshooter
The Headshrinkers defeated Phil Apollo & Jerry Seavy

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

1994

Taped 12/13/93; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
1/3/94 - included Johnny Polo as guest commentator for the show; featured a pre-taped interview in which Vince McMahon spoke to Lex Luger, with Luger thanking the fans for trying to get him a spot into the Royal Rumble match as well as giving his support to the Undertaker in his casket match against Yokozuna; included a vignette promoting the debut of Sparky Plugg; featured the announcement that Marty Jannetty & the 1-2-3 Kid would receive a tag team title shot against the Quebecars for the following week:
WWF World Champion Yokozuna pinned Dan Dubiel with the Bonzai Drop
The Smoking Gunns defeated Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) & Bastion Booger via count-out when Booger and Bigelow got into a fight on the floor after Booger began kissing and hugging Luna
Jeff Jarrett defeated John Crystal
Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) pinned Brian Walsh; during the bout, Quebecar Jacques called in, saying he had no problem defending the tag team titles against Marty Jannetty & the 1-2-3 Kid the following week

1/10/94; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
1/10/94 - the 1-year anniversary of Raw; included Randy Savage as guest commentator; included a closing segment in which IRS came ringside to confront Randy Savage before their match the next week, with Savage throwing the Raw cake into IRS' face:
The 1-2-3 Kid & Marty Jannetty defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecars (w/ Johnny Polo) to win the titles at 18:18 when the Kid hit a crossbody as one of the champions was in mid air during a Jannetty suplex; after the bout, Randy Savage left the commentary table to present the champions with the belts before the Kid and Jannetty left through the crowd; later in the contest, the Quebecars and Polo had an interview backstage in which a rematch at Madison Square Garden for the next week was mentioned
Ludvig Borga defeated Brad Anderson at 2:30 via submission with the Torture Rack; during the bout, Lex Luger called in regarding finally being allowed into the Royal Rumble match and congratulated the new tag team champions
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Ray Hudson at 2:33 with the tombstone
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) pinned Bastion Booger at 2:31 with a bodyslam and the diving headbutt

Taped 1/10/94; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
1/17/94 - included Crush as guest commentator; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Mr. Fuji & WWF World Champion Yokozuna (Jim Cornette was said to be at a press conference in Tokyo) in which Paul Bearer interrupted by bringing out the Undertaker's double wide, double deep casket; as Yoko went to destroy the casket, the Undertaker popped out of it:
Owen Hart (w/ Bret Hart) defeated Terry Austin via submission with the Sharpshooter; after the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed the Harts at ringside, with Owen saying he hoped the Quebecars won the rematch at MSG so that the Harts still would receive a tag team title shot at the Royal Rumble; Bret hoped the titles stayed with Jannetty & the Kid, saying that he and Owen would surely get a title shot down the line
Tatanka pinned George South
Diesel (w/ Shawn Michaels) pinned Scott Powers with an elbowdrop; during the bout, Stan Lane called in from Madison Square Garden to announce the Quebecars had regained the tag team titles from Marty Jannetty & the Kid
Randy Savage defeated IRS via disqualification when Crush, who was doing commentary, pushed Savage off the top as Savage attempted the flying elbowdrop; after the match, a brawl ensued involving Savage, Crush, IRS, Tatanka, Yokozuna, Diesel, Shawn Michaels, Lex Luger, and Bret Hart, with Bret being the last man standing

Taped 1/10/94; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
1/24/94 - included Jim Ross as guest commentator:
Lex Luger pinned Austin Steele with a superplex
Jeff Jarrett pinned John Paul by using the tights for leverage; after the bout, Jarrett hit a DDT on his opponent
The Headshrinkers defeated Men on a Mission when Mo was pinned (sub. for Bret & Owen Hart who were scheduled)
Adam Bomb pinned Tommy Angel with the powerbomb
Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) pinned Joey Stallings
Shawn Michaels pinned Tyron Knox with a piledriver

1/31/94; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
1/31/94:
Marty Jannetty (sub. for an injured 1-2-3 Kid) (w/ the 1-2-3 Kid) pinned Johnny Polo; IRS did guest commentary for the bout; during the contest, the Kid stole IRS' briefcase and took it backstage, with Razor Ramon appearing moments later having reclained the gold chains IRS stole from him and put in the briefcase
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Miguel Rosado
Kwang pinned Rich Myers with a kick
Earthquake pinned Corey Student with the sit-down splash (Earthquake's return after a year absence)

Taped 1/31/94; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
2/7/94 - included Bastion Booger as guest commentator; late in the show, Booger was given a can of Alpo and some Milk Bones since Raw would be preempted by the dog show the next week; Booger ate the Milk Bones; included a pre-taped closing segment in which Mabel, Mo, Doink, and Dink all barked like dogs because of the dog show:
The Smoking Gunns defeated Barry Horowitz & Reno Riggins when Riggins was pinned
Owen Hart defeated John Paul via submission with the Sharpshooter; prior to the contest, Owen went to give away a pair of Bret Hart sunglasses to a fan before tearing them up
IRS pinned Marty Jannetty after Johnny Polo tripped Jannetty as referee Joey Marella was distracted by Razor Ramon and the Quebecars at ringside; after the bout, Razor sent IRS to the floor and hit the Razor's Edge on Quebecar Pierre; later in the show, it was announced that the Quebecars would be defending the tag team titles against Marty Jannetty & Razor Ramon
Sparky Plugg pinned Duane Gill with a kneedrop off the top
Crush pinned Todd Mata with a legdrop

2/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
2/21/94 - included Randy Savage as guest commentator:
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon & 1-2-3 Kid (sub. for Marty Jannetty) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecars via disqualification when Shawn Michaels interfered after Razor hit the Razor's Edge on Pierre
Bret Hart defeated Tom Prichard (w/ Jim Cornette) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 12:18 after interference from both Randy Savage and Owen Hart; after the bout, Bret and Owen had a staredown, with Owen on the outside of the ring

Taped 2/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
2/28/94 - Harvey Wippleman did guest commentary for the bout:
Randy Savage defeated WWF World Champion Yokozuna via disqualification when Crush interfered; after the bout, Bret Hart and Lex Luger came out for the save
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Mike Khoury
Kwang (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned John Crystal
Earthquake pinned the Black Phantom; during the bout it was announced that Adam Bomb would substitute for Ludvig Borga to face Earthquake at WrestleMania
Men on the Mission defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Steve Smyth

Taped 2/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
3/7/94:
Crush & Owen Hart defeated the Smoking Gunns when Owen forced a submission from Bart with the Sharpshooter
Jeff Jarrett pinned Virgil
Doink the Clown pinned Iron Mike Sharpe
IRS defeated Mark Thomas

3/14/94:
Featured a 1-hour special of the previous night's "March to WrestleMania X" show

3/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
3/21/94 - included an Undertaker sighting vignette:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecars (w/ Johnny Polo) defeated the Bushwhackers in a non-title match at 8:44 after Pierre connected with a knee to Butch's back; after the bout, Capt. Lou Albano came out and challenged the champions to face a team of his choosing
Tatanka pinned Chris Hammrick with the Samoan drop at 4:45
Diesel pinned Ken Lucia
Jeff Jarrett pinned Koko B. Ware with a DDT at 5:03

Taped 3/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
3/28/94 - Jim Cornette did guest commentary for the show; included Cornette conducting an in-ring interview with WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecars and Johnny Polo in which Capt. Lou Albano came out to interrupt; moments later, Albano went backstage and returned with the Headshrinkers and Afa:
Lex Luger defeated Rick Martel via submission with the Torture Rack at 11:48
Owen Hart defeated Mike Freeman via submission with the Sharpshooter at 5:10
Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) pinned Eric Cody with the Whoopie Cushion
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned the Black Phantom (David Heath under a mask)
Crush pinned Ray Hudson; during the bout, Nikolai Volkoff was shown in the audience

Taped 3/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
4/4/94 - Gorilla Monsoon did guest commentary for the show; included Monsoon conducting an in-ring interview with Mr. Perfect regarding him disqualifying Lex Luger at WrestleMania; featured a voteline in which fans could determine who would face the Quebecars the following week for the tag team titles - the Smoking Gunns, Men on a Mission, or the Bushwhackers (the winners were not revealed during the broadcast); included the debut episode of the Heartbreak Hotel, hosted by Shawn Michaels and featuring Diesel:
Earthquake pinned Adam Bomb (w/ Harvey Wippleman) with the sit-down splash at 4:21 following a legdrop; during the bout, Wippleman had a confrontation with Howard Finkel on the floor (Paul Bearer's Hits from the Crypt)
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon pinned Austin Steele; during the bout, Randy Savage mentioned Men on a Mission briefly holding the tag team titles during the European tour
Rick Martel, IRS, Jeff Jarrett, & the Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated Sparky Plugg, the 1-2-3 Kid, Tatanka, & the Smoking Gunns at 8:43 when IRS pinned the Kid after the Kid hit the corner
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) pinned Scott Powers with the Bonzai Drop at 2:25

4/11/94; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium
4/11/94 - included Lex Luger as a guest of the King's Court:
Diesel (w/ Shawn Michaels) pinned Virgil with the powerbomb at 5:23
Sparky Plugg pinned Barry Horowitz with a knee drop off the top
WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecars defeated Men on a Mission at 9:23 when Mo was pinned after sustaining the Tower of Quebec; the challengers were chosen by the fans via a voteline; the two other options were the Bushwhackers and the Smoking Gunns

Taped 4/11/94; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium
4/18/94 - included WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze as a guest of the King's Court in which Luna Vachon interrupted; featured the announcement that the following week WWF President Jack Tunney would give his decision as to whether or not the Headshrinkers would receive a tag team title shot; included a vignette promoting the debut of Duke Drose:
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Kwang (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 6:49 in a non-title match; during the bout, Owen Hart called into the commentary team and cut a promo on Bret (Paul Bearer's Hits from the Crypt)
Jeff Jarrett pinned PJ Walker with a DDT
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Mike Khoury & Barry Hardy when Scott scored the pin after the Steiner Screwdriver pildriver
Earthquake pinned Mike Bell with the sit-down splash
IRS defeated Major Yates with a modified STF

Taped 4/11/94; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium
4/25/94 - included Nikolai Volkoff as a guest of the King's Court in which it was made clear that Volkoff had fallen on hard times but would not beg for work since he was a proud man; featured a closing segment in which Johnny Polo came ringside to confront Capt. Lou Albano:
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification at 9:40 when, after the champion pulled Shawn Michaels into the ring and set him up for the Razor�s Edge, Diesel came ringside, pulled Michaels out of the hold, and kicked Razor in the face; Michaels had appeared at ringside late in the match and verbally berated the champion; after the bout, Diesel twice hit the powerbomb on Razor before officials forced he and Michaels to leave the ring (Razor Ramon)
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Tony Devito with the headbutt off the top; during the bout, WWF President Jack Tunney called in to announce that the Headshrinkers would get a tag team title shot the following week
The Heavenly Bodies (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated John Paul & Jason Headings when Jimmy Del Ray scored the pin with the moonsault; during the contest, it was announced that Mr. Perfect had pulled out of his series of matches against Lex Luger, resulting in Perfect being indefinately suspended; Crush was named as his replacement
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Duane Gill with a spin kick
Owen Hart defeated Rich Myers via submission with the Sharpshooter

Taped 4/26/94; Burlington, VT; Green Mountain State
5/2/94 - featured an appearance by Chief Jay Strongbow in which Strongbow spoke highly of Tatanka in his feud with IRS; included WWF IC Champion Diesel as a guest of the King's Court in which Diesel challenged WWF World Champion Bret Hart; featured a closing segment in which Earthquake challenged Yokozuna to a match:
The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa & Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecars (w/ Johnny Polo) to win the titles at around the 15-minute mark when Fatu pinned Jacques with the top rope splash moments after Pierre hit his own partner following a miscommunication; the champions attempted to walk out of the match at around the 5-minute mark but referee Earl Hebner threatened to strip them of the titles if they didn't return by the count of 10 (1994 Year in Review, Paul Bearer's Hits from the Crypt)
Tatanka (w/ Chief Jay Strongbow) pinned Derrick Domino
Yokozuna defeated Scott Taylor & Mike Davis in a handicap match after dropping the Bonzai Drop on both men simultaneously; after the bout, Yoko hit a second Bonzai Drop

Taped 4/26/94; Burlington, VT; Green Mountain State
5/9/94 - featured a vignette promoting the debut of Duke Drose; included Yokozuna, Mr. Fuji, & Jim Cornette as guests of the King's Court in which a challenge was given to Earthquake to face Yoko in a sumo match; featured a look at Earthquake's career as a sumo wrestler:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Razor Ramon pinned Kwang with the Razor's Edge
Crush pinned Ray Roy with a heart punch
Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) pinned Mike Terrance with the Whoopie Cushion
Mabel pinned Mike Bell

Taped 4/26/94; Burlington, VT; Green Mountain State
5/16/94 - included Ted Dibiase & Nikolai Volkoff as guests of the King's Court in which Dibiase announced Volkoff was his latest acquisition; featured a Duke Drose vignette; included an Undertaker sighting at a gas station:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) pinned Sparky Plugg with a slingshot splash into the ring at 6:27
WWF IC Champion Diesel pinned Mike Moraldo in a non-title match
Owen Hart defeated Tony Roy via submission with the Sharpshooter
Earthquake defeated Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) in a sumo wrestling match at around the 6-minute mark after causing Yoko to fall out of the ring; the ring ropes were removed for the match

5/23/94; Youngstown, OH; Struthers Fieldhouse
5/23/94 - included Lex Luger & Crush as guests of the King's Court:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Owen Hart pinned Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) (sub. for Earthquake) at 8:29 with a roll up as Doink was distracted by Jeff Jarrett at ringside, who was attempting to kidnap Dink; Doink was a replacement for Earthquake due to Earthquake being injured by Yokozuna and Crush during the 5/14/94 house show in Anaheim; footage of Yoko hitting a Bonzai Drop on Earthquake at the show was televised before the match to explain his absence
Duke Drose pinned Barry Horowitz with an elbow drop
IRS pinned Gary Sabaugh with the Write Off clothesline
Nikolai Volkoff defeated Matt Hardy via submission with a Boston Crab

Taped 5/23/94; Youngstown, OH; Struthers Fieldhouse
5/30/94 - included WWF World Champion Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, & WWF IC Champion Diesel as guests of the King's Court in which Diesel attacked Hart and hit the powerbomb:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Tatanka fought Crush to a double count-out
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned George South
The Smoking Gunns defeated Austin Steele & Reno Riggins
Jeff Jarrett pinned Chris Hammerick

Taped 5/23/94; Youngstown, OH; Struthers Fieldhouse
6/6/94 - included the King's Court in which Jerry Lawler brought out a fan to mock Roddy Piper:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Tatanka pinned Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) in a lumberjack match at 19:04 after Lex Luger - who was not one of the lumberjacks - came to ringside and knocked out Crush with the running forearm on the outside; lumberjacks included: Adam Bomb, Bam Bam Bigelow, Doink the Clown, the Bushwhackers, the Smoking Gunns, Duke Drose, Sparky Plugg, the 1-2-3 Kid, IRS, Ted Dibiase, Razor Ramon, Jeff Jarrett, Jim Cornette, Yokozuna, Owen Hart, Kwang, & Nikolai Volkoff
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned John Paul at 2:42 with a twisting splash
Razor Ramon pinned Keith Davis with the Razor's Edge at 4:01

Taped 5/25/94; Erie, PA
Countdown to the Crowning - 6/13/94:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers (w/ Afa & Capt. Lou Albano) defeated the Quebecars (w/ Johnny Polo) at 7:18 when Fatu pinned Pierre with the splash off the top

6/20/94; White Plains, NY; Westchester County Civic Center
6/20/94 - included Duke Drose as a guest of the King's Court:
WWF IC Champion Diesel pinned Mark Thomas with the powerbomb at 3:58
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Ted Dibiase) at 5:59 with a small package; due to prematch stipulations, the Kid earned a world title shot for the 7/11 edition of Raw; after the match, Virgil and Lex Luger made the save
Yokozuna pinned Nick Barberri with a legdrop at 2:23
Typhoon pinned the Black Phantom with a splash at 2:45
The Heavenly Bodies (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Jim Powers & Ross Greenburg at 3:57 when Jimmy Del Ray pinned Greenburg with a moonsault; Cornette did guest commentary for the bout; Del Ray sustained a cracked pelvis from the moonsault because Greenburg was out of position

Taped 6/20/94; White Plains, NY; Westchester County Civic Center
6/27/94 - included Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart as guests of the King's Court:
Mabel (w/ Oscar) defeated Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) via count-out at 3:35 after both men briefly brawled on the floor; after the bout, Ted Dibiase came ringside and spoke to Luna and Bigelow as they were arguing with one another (Luna's last appearance with Bigelow)
IRS pinned Rich Myers via submission with the Penalty at 2:45
WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers defeated the Executioners when Fatu scored the pin at 4:55
Kwang pinned Mike Moraldo with a spin kick at 3:21
Lex Luger defeated Mike Bell via submission with the torture rack at 2:59

Taped 6/20/94; White Plains, NY; Westchester County Civic Center
7/4/94 - included the 1-2-3 Kid as a guest of the King's Court:
Tatanka pinned Jeff Jarrett at 13:40 with a school boy roll up after Doink & Dink the Clown came ringside and chased Jarrett into the ring; Jarrett originally won the match via count-out at 6:10 but didn't want to win on a technicality
Jim Neidhart (w/ Owen Hart) pinned Gary Scott with a powerslam at 3:17
Duke Drose pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with an elbow drop at 3:58
The Undertaker (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Mike Bell with the tombstone at 3:59; after the match, Paul Bearer appeared at ringside

Taped 7/1/94; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
7/11/94:
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; after the bout, the two men embraced out of respect (Raw Hits)
Crush pinned Matt Hardy with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker at 1:48
Razor Ramon pinned Barry Horowitz with an inside cradle at 2:53
IRS defeated Ray Hudson via submission with the Penalty at 3:48

Taped 7/1/94; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
7/18/94:
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 (Slamfest 95)
Mabel pinned Austin Steele with a sidewalk slam at 2:14
Owen Hart defeated Reno Riggins via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:45
Sparky Plugg pinned George South at 2:37
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Gary Sabaugh with a Million $ Dream into a bulldog at 2:53

Taped 7/1/94; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
7/25/94:
Tatanka pinned Nikolai Volkoff in a $10,000 challenge match
WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers defeated Joey Stallings & Barry Hardy in a non-title match
Jim Neidhart defeated Jim Powers via submission
Yokozuna defeated Adam Bomb via count-out when Kwang distracted Bomb from ringside (Off the Top Rope)
Duke Drose pinned Duane Gill

8/1/94; Youngstown, OH; Beeghly Center
8/1/94:
Shawn Michaels (w/ WWF IC Champion Diesel) pinned Razor Ramon at around the 23-minute mark with a roll up after Razor ran into a boot to the face from Diesel, who was on the ring apron; after the bout, Diesel and Michaels double teamed Ramon until a number of referees swarmed the ring (Shawn Michaels: Hits from the Heartbreak Kid 95)
WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze fought Bull Nakano to a double count-out
The Smoking Gunns defeated George Anderson & Tom Bennett

Taped 8/1/94; Youngstown, OH; Beeghly Center
8/8/94:
Ted Dibiase's Undertaker pinned Butch Banks
Lex Luger pinned Chad Miller
Bam Bam Bigelow & IRS defeated Doink the Clown & Tatanka when Doink was pinned; after the bout, Lex Luger made the save for Tatanka against Bigelow & IRS
Bob Backlund defeated Kevin Krueger via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing

8/15/94; Lowell, MA
8/15/94:
The 1-2-3 Kid defeated Owen Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) via disqualification when Neidhart interfered
Duke Drose pinned Nick Barbarry
Kwang pinned Tony Roy
Mabel pinned Raymond Roy
Jeff Jarrett defeated Scott Taylor via submission with the figure-4

Taped 8/15/94; Lowell, MA
9/12/94:
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Kwang with the chokeslam
Jim Neidhart defeated Tim McNeany via submission with a Camel Clutch
Shawn Michaels & WWF IC Champion Diesel defeated Tony Devito & Paul VanDale (by the time this was televised, Michaels and Diesel were the tag team champions and Diesel had lost the IC belt)
Adam Bomb pinned Duane Gill
The Bushwhackers defeated Barry Hardy & Bert Centeno

Taped 8/15/94; Lowell, MA
9/19/94 - included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Bob Backlund in which Backlund demonstrated the Crossface Chicken Wing on WWF Magazine writer Lou Gianfroddo before snapping and refusing to release the hold; moments later, Randy Savage left the broadcast table and helped several officials in making Backlund break the hold:
Lex Luger defeated the Executioner via submission with the Torture Rack
Duke Drose defeated Jerry Lawler via count-out when Lawler chased Dink the Clown around the ring
The Heavenly Bodies defeated Mike Bell & Steve King
Bob Holly pinned Richie Rich
Yokozuna pinned Phil Apollo

9/26/94; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium
9/26/94 - included Davey Boy Smith & Jim Neidhart as guests of the King's Court:
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Tatanka via count-out at 9:51 when the challenger and Lex Luger began brawling at ringside
Kwang pinned Rich Myers
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Kenny David
WWF Tag Team Champions Shawn Michaels & Diesel defeated Bob Starr & Chris Kanyon

Taped 9/26/94; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium
10/3/94 - included Yokozuna, Mr. Fuji, & Jim Cornette as guests of the King's Court:
Davey Boy Smith defeated Jim Neidhart via disqualification at 10:16 when Owen Hart prevented the pinfall after Smith used a sunset flip; after the match, Smith and Bret Hart won a brawl over Owen, Neidhart, and Bob Backlund (Off the Top Rope)
Doink the Clown pinned Barry Horowitz
WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze & Heidi Lee Morgan defeated Bull Nakano & Luna Vachon
Bob Backlund defeated Gary Scott via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing

Taped 9/26/94; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium
10/10/94 - included Queazy as a guest of the King's Court:
Lex Luger pinned Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Tatanka & Nikolai Volkoff) with a roll up after Bigelow collided with Tatanka on the ring apron at 8:35; after the bout, Mabel and Adam Bomb celebrated with Luger in the ring
Mabel pinned Reno Riggins
Owen Hart defeated John Chrystal with the Sharpshooter
King Kong Bundy pinned Mike Khoury
The New Headshrinkers defeated Corey Student & JS Storm

10/17/94; Burlington, VT
10/17/94:
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 (Slamfest 95)
Davey Boy Smith pinned Roy Raymond
Bob Holly pinned Reno Riggins
IRS defeated Tim McNeany via submission
The Heavenly Bodies defeated Nick Barbarry & Barry Horowitz

Taped 10/17/94; Burlington, VT
10/24/94 - included Queazy, Sleazy, & Cheezy as guests of the King's Court:
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Yokozuna via count-out at 9:23 after the challenger bumped into a casket, brought ringside on behalf of the Undertaker, and then ran backstage
The Smoking Gunns defeated Barry Hardy & Mike Bell
Tatanka pinned Scott Taylor
Adam Bomb pinned Phil Apollo
WWF Tag Team Champion Diesel pinned Ben Jordan

Taped 10/17/94; Burlington, VT
10/31/94 - included the Undertaker & Paul Bearer as guests of the King's Court:
Lex Luger defeated Bob Backlund via disqualification when Tatanka interfered as Backlund had the Crossface Chicken Wing applied; after the bout, Randy Savage made the save; moments later, Backlund applied the move on Savage
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Tony Devito
King Kong Bundy pinned Bert Centeno
Jim Neidhart defeated Tony Roy via submission with the Camel Clutch

11/7/94; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
11/7/94 - included the 1-2-3 Kid as a guest of the King's Court:
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 (Canadian Fan Favorites, Wham Bam Bodyslam, Slamfest 95)
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Tyron Knox
Doink the Clown pinned Pat Tanaka

Taped 11/7/94; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
11/14/94 - featured Vince McMahon & Ted Dibiase on commentary; included Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith as guests of the King's Court:
Bob Backlund defeated the 1-2-3 Kid via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at 5:02 after the Kid failed a top rope move; after the match, WWF World Champion Bret Hart came out to make the save; moments later, Backlund applied the Crossface Chicken Wing on the champion before quickly letting go, grabbing the mic and telling Hart he wouldn't let go during their match at the Survivor Series; moments later, Hart attacked Backlund in the aisle and locked on the Sharpshooter but then quickly let go as well
Mabel pinned the Blue Phantom
Jeff Jarrett pinned Gary Sabough
Aldo Montoya pinned the Brooklyn Brawler (Montoya's debut)

Taped 11/7/94; Bushkill, PA; Fernwood Resort
11/21/94 - featured Vince McMahon & Jim Cornette on commentary; included a video package highlighting the Doink the Clown / Jerry Lawler feud; included Queazy, Sleazy, & Cheezy as guests of the King's Court, with Doink, Dink, Pink, and Wink soon interrupting and spraying all four members of the King's Court with Super Soaker water guns; featured an IRS vignette in which he was shown in a graveyard repossessing a burial plot bought by someone who recently died that IRS accused of cheating on his taxes:
Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Chris Kanyon at 4:37 with the Samoan Drop
Adam Bomb pinned Jason Arndt at 2:26 with the pumphandle slam; during the match, it was announced Bull Nakano defeated WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze to win the title the night before in Tokyo, Japan; after the bout, McMahon & Cornette played the new Monday Night Raw video game, with Vince as the Undertaker and Cornette as Yokozuna; moments later, it was announced the Razor Ramon vs. Diesel match scheduled for earlier in the card would take place later in the show
IRS (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Matt Hardy at 2:52 with the Write Off lariat; during the bout, it was announced the Undertaker, Paul Bearer, Lex Luger, Davey Boy Smith, WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon, and Clowns R Us would be part of the New York Daily News float at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon (w/ Davey Boy Smith, the 1-2-3 Kid, & the New Headshrinkers) fought WWF Tag Team Champion Diesel (w/ WWF Tag Team Champion Shawn Michaels, Jeff Jarrett, Owen Hart, & Jim Neidhart) to a double disqualification at around the 11-minute mark when all of the wrestlers around ringside began brawling in the ring; the match was scheduled to go on first but was postponned after Diesel, Shawn Michaels, Jeff Jarrett, Owen Hart, and Jim Neidhart attacked Razor from behind as he came out for the match, with several referees coming out to break up the assault

11/28/94; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
11/28/94 - included Vince McMahon & Jerry Lawler on commentary; featured an opening package highlighting Bob Backlund defeating WWF World Champion Bret Hart to win the title at Survivor Series as well as Diesel taking the title from Backlund two days earlier at Madison Square Garden; included a vignette promoting the debut of Henry Godwinn; featured the announcement that tickets for the 1995 Royal Rumble in Tampa would go on sale the following Saturday; included footage of several WWF talent appearing during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with the new WWF World Champion Diesel regarding what happened between he and Shawn Michaels at Survivor Series, how he spent the day Saturday before his title match, and facing the challenge of Bob Backlund; during the segment, Diesel said he wanted to be a fighting champion like Bret Hart and that Bret could have a shot at the title anytime he wanted it; included the announcement Davey Boy Smith would face Jeff Jarrett the following week:
Owen Hart defeated John Paul via submission with the Sharpshooter at 4:00; during the bout, Bret Hart called in to the commentary table and said nothing was broken but he would be out a few weeks to heal from his match at Survivor Series and would return after the first of the year; Owen came out with the towel his mother Helen threw in the ring at Survivor Series that cost Bret the WWF World Title
IRS (w/ Ted Dibiase & a druid) pinned Adam Bomb at around the 8-minute mark with a legdrop to the back of the head after the druid shoved Bomb off the top rope; after the bout, Lex Luger made the save and cleared IRS from the ring (Canadian Fan Favorites)
Bob Holly pinned Tony DeVito at 2:50 with a clothesline off the top
Lex Luger defeated Bert Centeno via submission with the Torture Rack at 2:09; Luger was accompanied to the ring by a young guest flagbearer by the name of Steven Cole
The Heavenly Bodies (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Gary Scott & Buck Quartermaine at 3:41 when Jimmy Del Ray pinned Scott with a splash off the top, as Prichard held Scott in the air; during the bout, Bob Backlund joined the commentary team to respond to WWF World Champion Diesel's comments earlier in the show and said back when he was humble, as Diesel was in his interview, it didn't get him anywhere; after the commercial break, McMahon showed Backlund the entire title match from Saturday's MSG show, with Backlund saying he would get the title back and would, before he retires, put the Crossface Chicken Wing on McMahon

Taped 11/28/94; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
12/5/94 - included Shawn Michaels as a guest of the King's Court; featured Michaels as guest commentator, alongside Vince McMahon:
Jeff Jarrett defeated Davey Boy Smith via count-out at around the 14-minute mark when the Roadie held Smith's leg from underneath the ring after Smith grabbed Jarrett as he attempted to walk out and threw him back into the ring (Roadie's surprise TV debut) (Mega Matches 95)
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Barry Horowitz
Kwang pinned Scott Taylor
Well Dunn defeated the Bushwhackers

12/12/94; Liberty, NY
12/12/94 - included IRS as a guest of the King's Court; featured Shawn Michaels on guest commentary, alongside Vince McMahon:
Bob Backlund defeated Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at around the 14-minute mark; after the bout, Backlund kept the hold applied until other referees pulled him off (Mega Matches 95)
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon pinned Mark Starr in a non-title match
Aldo Montoya pinned Nick Barbarry
King Kong Bundy pinned Bob Knight

Taped 12/12/94; Liberty, NY
12/19/94 - included Bob Backlund as a guest of the King's Court; featured Shawn Michaels on guest commentary, alongside Vince McMahon:
IRS (w/ Ted Dibiase & a druid) defeated Lex Luger via count-out at 8:25 when Luger attacked the interfering druid on the floor, revealing him to be Tatanka (Mega Matches 95)
The Smoking Gunns defeated Chris Avery & Roy Raymond
Bob Holly pinned Chris Kanyon
The Bushwhackers defeated Well Dunn
Jim Neidhart defeated Nick Barbarry

Taped 12/12/94; Liberty, NY
12/26/94 - featured Shawn Michaels on color commentary, alongside Vince McMahon; included a Royal Rumble update segment hosted by Todd Pettingill with comments from Bret Hart at his Calgary home regarding his world title shot against Diesel as well as Michaels' commenting from the announce table on his chances in the 30-man Royal Rumble match; featured a vignette on Hakushi showing highlights of his recent matches; included WWF World Champion Diesel as a guest of the King's Court in which Jerry Lawler said Bob Backlund could take the title from Diesel at any time because Shawn Michaels, who he said knew more about Diesel than anyone, was giving Backlund pointers; after Lawler said he hoped Diesel and Bret Hart would eliminate each other from the WWF at the Rumble, Diesel tossed Lawler to the floor and put on Lawler's crown; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Kama, in which he was compared to Mike Tyson, Steven Seagal, and Jean Claude Van Damme; included Stephanie Wiand interviewing Ted Dibiase backstage regarding a challenge Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith made to Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka, with Dibiase accepting; after the commercial break, McMahon confirmed that the match would take place the following week; featured the announcement that Jeff Jarrett would make his singing debut the following week:
Davey Boy Smith fought Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a double disqualification at 8:51 when Lex Luger, who came out moments earlier after seeing Dibiase pull the top rope down causing Smith to fall to the floor, began fighting Tatanka inside the ring, with Bam Bam Bigelow coming out moments later to attack Smith; prior to the opening credits, Shawn Michaels interviewed Dibiase at ringside, with Dibiase saying he got everything he wanted for Christmas and that the same thing that happened to Luger last week was about to happen to Smith; after the match, Luger cleared both Tatanka and Bigelow from the ring before referees swarmed the ringside area (Canadian Fan Favorites)
Henry Godwinn pinned Mike Khoury with the Slop Drop at 3:45 (Godwinn's Raw debut)
Kwang (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Rich Myers with a spin kick at 2:44; after the bout, McMahon interviewed Vinny Pazienza in a pre-taped segment about his upcoming boxing fight against Roberto Duran January 14 in Atlantic City, with Pazienza telling Michaels he would be coming for him after he beats Duran since Michaels was picking Duran to win the fight
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the tombstone at 3:12; after the bout, IRS appeared in the aisleway with several druids

1995

Taped 12/12/94; Liberty, NY
1/2/95 - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Shawn Michaels on commentary; included Owen Hart as a guest of the King's Court; featured Jeff Jarrett coming out to sing but due to technical difficulties he could not perform:
Davey Boy Smith & Lex Luger fought Tatanka & Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a double count-out at 8:43 when all four men began brawling on the floor (Mega Matches 95)
Duke Drose pinned Mike Bell
Jeff Jarrett defeated Buck Quartermaine via submission with the figure-4
Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated Tatanka & Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Ted Dibiase) at 11:13 when Smith pinned Tatanka after sending him into Bigelow on the ring apron; after the bout, Dibiase, Bam Bam, and Tatanka argued over the loss (Mega Matches 95)

1/9/95; Houston, TX; The Summit
1/9/95 - included William Shatner as a guest of the King's Court in which Shatner gave Jerry Lawler a monkey flip before Bret Hart came out to keep Lawler out of the ring:
Owen Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon via disqualification at around the 13-minute mark when Bret Hart interfered as Owen had the champion caught in the Sharpshooter
Hakushi (w/ Shinja) pinned Matt Hardy
King Kong Bundy pinned Gary Sabaugh
Howard Finkel defeated Harvey Wippleman in a tuxedo match

Taped 1/9/95; Houston, TX; The Summit
1/16/95 - hosted by Vince McMahon & Shawn Michaels; featured McMahon & Michaels interviewing Bret Hart and William Shatner, who were backstage, about Bret's match later in the night against Jeff Jarrett as well as the Roadie being in his corner; included the Million $ Corporation as guests of the King's Court:
The 1-2-3 Kid & Bob Holly defeated the Heavenly Bodies at 4:35 when the Kid pinned Jimmy Del Ray with a fisherman's suplex after Holly knocked down Tom Prichard, preventing an attempted double suplex; during the bout, Ted Dibiase, Tatanka, & Bam Bam Bigelow were seen watching on from the aisle
Mantaur (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Jason Arndt at 1:44 with a charge and splash (Cornette's first appearance with Mantaur)
Bret Hart (w/ William Shatner) pinned Jeff Jarrett with a roll up; after the match, Shatner beat up the Roadie (Hart's first TV match since Survivor Series)
Mabel pinned Lee Toblin

1/23/95; Palmetto, FL; Manatee Civic Center
1/23/95 - featured an opening segment in which Vince McMahon announced that Scott "Bam Bam" Bigelow had been suspended for 30-days without pay due to the incident the previous night with Lawrence Taylor; included Shawn Michaels doing guest commentary for the show where, at one point, he said he was accepting applications for a new bodyguard; included WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett & the Roadie as guests of the King's Court in which Jarrett challenged Diesel for a world title shot; featured a closing segment in which Bigelow as to have apologized to LT but due to technical difficulties his audio wouldn't work:
The Smoking Gunns defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bob Holly & 1-2-3 Kid to win the titles when Billy pinned Holly with the Sidewinder; after the bout, Vince McMahon conducted an interview with the former champions at ringside with the Kid & Holly throwing out a challenge for a rematch (Before They Were Superstars Vol. 1 DVD)
IRS pinned Buck Quartermaine; during the bout, Roddy Piper called in to promote the Royal Rumble Encore Plus which would include an exclusive interview segment between he and Shawn Michaels
Davey Boy Smith pinned the Black Phantom with the running powerslam

Taped 1/23/95; Palmetto, FL; Manatee Civic Center
1/30/95 - featured Shawn Michaels doing guest commentary; included Vince McMahon attempting to get an apology from Bam Bam Bigelow regarding his actions at the Royal Rumble but Bigelow refused to do so; included Bob Backlund as a guest of the King's Court in which he stated that from now on he would only release the Crossface Chicken Wing after the opponent said "I quit, Mr. Backlund":
King Kong Bundy (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Mabel in an over-the-top-rope match after IRS and Tatanka interfered; after the bout, Lex Luger, Mo, and Oscar came out to
make the save
Hakushi (w/ Shinja) pinned Ricky Santana after a dive to the floor
Aldo Montoya pinned David Sierra
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated 1-2-3 Kid & Bob Holly via referee's descretion after the Kid injured himself with a failed top rope move
Kama defeated Jumbo Berretta via submission with a modified STF (Kama's Raw debut)

Taped 1/23/95; Palmetto, FL; Manatee Civic Center
2/6/95 - featured Shawn Michaels on guest commentary; included a statement from Lawrence Taylor's agent Bobby Cupo who asked that the WWF refrain from attempting to sign a match between LT and Bam Bam Bigelow or legal counsel would be brought into the situation; featured a pre-recorded interview with WWF World Champion Diesel conducted by Vince McMahon in which Vince brought up all of the champion's recent public appearances as well as mentioning Shawn Michaels as the man who would face Diesel for the title at WrestleMania; included that Diesel would defend the title against Jeff Jarrett in two weeks and Shawn Michaels would unveil his new bodyguard; featured a closing segment in which Michaels said he was officially done with the announcing job:
Tatanka, IRS, & King Kong Bundy (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Lex Luger & Men on a Mission (w/ Oscar) at around the 12-minute mark when Bundy pinned Luger after Tatanka hit a DDT behind the referee's back (Mega Matches 95)
Man Mountain Rock defeated Charlie Hunter
Mantaur (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Leroy Howard with a belly to belly suplex
Razor Ramon pinned Frankie Lancaster with the Razor's Edge
Henry Godwinn pinned Bill Weaver with the Slop Drop

2/20/95; Macon, GA; Coliseum
2/20/95 - featured opening pre-taped comments from WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett and WWF World Champion Diesel regarding their match later in the show; included Jim Cornette doing guest commentary; featured footage from WWF Superstars in which Bret Hart won the WWF Magazine "Award of the People" and was awarded the distintion from the publisher and a fan by the name of Amy Stuart; moments later, during the opening of the King's Court, Jerry Lawler made mention of Hart's award and said he only won because WWF Magazine excluded the votes from the Japanese fans and that Hart is a racist; as soon as Lawler said the word "racist," Shawn Michaels' music hit to bring Michaels to the ring so he could introduce his new bodyguard as Psycho Sid; moments later, after coming out to the ring, Sid said he would be by Michaels' side when the times are good and when the times are bad, and there would be no bad times (Sid's surprise return after a nearly 3-year absence); included footage of WWF world Champion Diesel appearing during the NBA All Star Weekend; the segment showed clips of Diesel alongside Conan O'Brian, Salt n Peppa, David Justice, Cal Ripken Jr., David Robinson, and several other celebrities; featured a closing segment in which Cornette interviewed Michaels, with Sid, at ringside where Michaels said Sid was big enough to fill Diesel's shoes and he could also knock him right out of his shoes; included the announcement that Lex Luger would face Tatanka the following week:
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Gary Sabough at 3:54 with the diving headbutt; prior to the bout, recent footage was shown in which Lawrence Taylor's representation asked Bigelow stop goading LT into the ring; after the match, Bigelow cut an in-ring promo saying LT was hiding behind his lawyer and manager, called LT a wimp and a punk, and again challenged him (Bigelow's TV return match following the Royal Rumble and the 30-day suspension he suffered after that show)
Adam Bomb pinned Rip Rogers with a clothesline off the top at 3:25
Jacob & Eli Blu (w/ Uncle Zebakiah) defeated Leroy Howard & Mark Starr when Starr was pinned following a legdrop at 4:20; during the bout, Todd Pettingill was shown at WWF Studios and announced Lawrence Taylor would appear on Raw the following week to respond to the comments made by Bam Bam Bigelow earlier in the show
WWF World Champion Diesel pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) with the powerbomb at around 10:30 with a boot to the face and the powerbomb; after the bout, the champion kicked an interfering Roadie in the face and hit the powerbomb on him as well, with Jarrett then pulling the Roadie out of the ring; moments later, Shawn Michaels & Psycho Sid appeared in the aisle, with Diesel eventually locking eyes with them

Taped 2/20/95; Macon, GA; Coliseum
2/27/95 - included Jim Cornette doing guest commentary; featured Vince McMahon and Cornette speaking with Lawrence Taylor via sattelite in which he was interrupted by Bam Bam Bigelow who challenged him to appear at the Harley Davidson Cafe in NYC during the WrestleMania Press Conference, with LT agreeing to show up before walking off the set; featured a closing segment in which McMahon and Cornette spoke with Davey Boy Smith backstage regarding his match with Shawn Michaels the following week:
Lex Luger (w/ Chief Jay Strongbow) defeated Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) via count-out at 9:24 when Tatanka left ringside; prior to the bout, Luger & Strongbow were led ringside by a guest flagbearer
Owen Hart defeated Larry Santo via submission with the Sharpshooter
Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) pinned Bob Cook with the Whoopie Cushion
Kama defeated Ken Raper via submission with a modified STF

Taped 2/20/95; Macon, GA; Coliseum
3/6/95:
Shawn Michaels (w/ Psycho Sid) pinned Davey Boy Smith at 17:43 with the superkick after Sid sent Smith into the steel ring post on the floor (Raw Hits)
Bob Backlund defeated Buck Quartermaine via submission to the Crossface Chicken Wing
Duke Drose pinned Steven Dunn (w/ Harvey Wippleman) at 3:55 with the tilt-a-whirl slam

3/13/95; Stockton, CA; Memorial Civic Auditorium
3/13/95 - included an appearance by Ernie Ladd who gave his opinion on Lawrence Taylor's chances at WrestleMania; featured a closing segment in which Jeff Jarrett agreed to a rematch and title shot for Barry Horowitz just for Bob Backlund to attack Horowitz from behind, applying the Crossface Chicken Wing, before signing the contract for a
title match in Horowitz' place; included Jim Cornette doing guest commentary
:
The New Headshrinkers fought Jacob & Eli Blu (sub. for the 1-2-3 Kid & Bob Holly) to a double disqualification after all four men began brawling in the ring
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Barry Horowitz via submission with the figure-4 in a non-title match; in a pre-match interview, Horowitz said he had been getting tips from Razor Ramon
Jerry Lawler (w/ Bull Nakano) defeated Bret Hart via count-out at 5:36 when Nakano held Bret's leg, preventing him from reentering the ring

Taped 3/13/95; Stockton, CA; Memorial Civic Auditorium
3/20/95 - featured a vignette on Lawrence Taylor to promote his match against Bam Bam Bigelow at WrestleMania XI; included footage from the Action Zone of Bigelow dropping Doink the Clown with a football tackle after their match; featured footage from the previous night's "March Magic" fundraiser in New York City by the Magic Johnson Foundation and Robin Hood Foundation to fight AIDS, with appearances by Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Pat Riley, WWF World Champion Diesel, Lawrence Taylor, the 1-2-3 Kid, Magic Johnson, Patrick Ewing, Razor Ramon, the Undertaker, & Paul Bearer; the fundraiser raised over $50,000; included the announcement that Bret Hart would face Owen Hart in a no holds barred match the following week; featured the announcement that Lex Luger will face Tatanka in a steel cage match at the upcoming Sunday Night Slam special which would also include Sionne against Bam Bam Bigelow, an interview with WWF World Champion Diesel, and WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett against Bob Backlund; a commercial for the special during the show advertised Owen Hart vs. the 1-2-3 Kid but the match wasn't mentioned during Raw nor did it take place; included closing comments from Luger and Tatanka regarding their upcoming cage match:
Razor Ramon pinned Henry Godwinn with the Razor's Edge at around 6:30 as Godwinn stood on the bottom rope, distracted by the 1-2-3 Kid who came ringside moments earlier and knocked down the Roadie who was watching the match from the aisle; after the commercial break, Vince McMahon interviewed Razor, with the Kid, with Razor saying he was angry that Bob Backlund was getting a title shot against WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett before his scheduled shot at WrestleMania and angry the Bret Hart / Backlund match at WrestleMania could end up being for the title Razor wants; he then said he was going to do something to make sure that didn't happen; moments later, Jim Cornette - who commentated the match alongside McMahon - left ringside to prepare for the Heavenly Bodies' tag team title match later in the show
King Kong Bundy (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Adam Kroomes & Raven Clark in a handicap match at 2:40 by pinning Kroomes with one foot on the chest after hitting the Avalanche; prior to the bout, Steve McMichael of the Green Bay Packers was introduced to the crowd and brought out to do guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Kama came out and confronted McMichael at ringside before the two got into a shoving match and eventually brawled around ringside until they were pulled apart by several referees, Pat Patterson, and McMahon
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated the Heavenly Bodies (w/ Jim Cornette) at around the 11:30 mark when Billy pinned Jimmy Del Ray with a backslide; prior to the match, footage was shown from the Action Zone of Oscar apologizing for the recent attack the champions sustained at the hands of Men on a Mission following a title match

Taped 3/13/95; Stockton, CA; Memorial Civic Auditorium
3/27/95 - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Jim Ross on commentary "in the arena" and Vince McMahon & Todd Pettingill at WWF Studios; included buildup packages to promote the Diesel / Shawn Michaels, Lawrence Taylor / Bam Bam Bigelow, Razor Ramon / Jeff Jarrett, and Undertaker / King Kong Bundy matches scheduled for WrestleMania; featured a Salt n Peppa vignette to promote their appearance at WrestleMania; included Jim Ross conducting a backstage interview with Bob Backlund regarding his upcoming match against Bret Hart at WrestleMania; featured Jim Ross conducting a backstage interview with Bret Hart regarding his upcoming matches against Backlund and Owen Hart; included a vignette promoting Jonathan Taylor Thomas at WrestleMania; featured a vignette promoting Lawrence Taylor at WrestleMania; included a promo from Bam Bam Bigelow & the Million $ Corporation regarding Bigelow's match against LT:
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 (Super Slams)

4/3/95; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
4/3/95 - included a closing segment in which Vince McMahon interviewed Shawn Michaels and Diesel in the ring regarding WrestleMania; after Michaels told Sid to not show up for the rematch between he and Diesel, Sid attacked Shawn from behind and hit three powerbombs before Diesel came out to clear the ring; Michaels sustained a legit back injury as a result of the attack and was sidelined for 6 weeks, thus taking him out of the unannounced rematch with Diesel at In Your House:
Hakushi (w/ Shinja) pinned Bob Holly (w/ the 1-2-3 Kid) at 6:43 with a running senton after Yokozuna, who came ringside with Owen Hart mid-way through the bout, tripped Holly
Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated Well Dunn (w/ Harvey Wippleman) at 3:44 when Luger scored the pin with a diving forearm blow
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 (Raw Hits)
Men on a Mission defeated Ben Jordan & Tony Roy

Taped 4/3/95; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
4/10/95:
Adam Bomb fought Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a double count-out at around 7:45 when both men began brawling on the floor
The New Headshrinkers defeated Mike Bell & Tony Devito
Kama (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Scott Taylor; prior to the bout, Kama debuted the remains of the urn which he stole from the Undertaker at WrestleMania and had melted down into a necklace
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 (Raw Hits)

Taped 4/3/95; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
4/17/95 - featured opening footage from the previous day's Action Zone in which Psycho Sid was named the newest member of the Million $ Corporation; included a vignette of Bob Backlund, with his suit and bow tie, on the beach in Florida during Spring Break; featured the first "In Your House" pay-per-view report in which Todd Pettingill reviewed the Diesel vs. Psycho Sid match that was announced over the weekend; included a drinking & driving public service announcement featuring the Undertaker; featured the announcement Bertha Faye would make her in-ring debut the following week; included still photos of WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze recovering from the broken nose she sustained from Bertha two weeks earlier:
Jean Pierre Laffiette pinned Duke Drose at 10:41 with the Cannonball following a side slam; prior to the bout, it was announced Bam Bam Bigelow would challenge WWF World Champion Diesel the following week
Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) pinned Raymond Roy at 3:20 with the Whoopie Cushion and a mini Whoopie Cushion from Dink behind the referee's back
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) defeated the 1-2-3 Kid & Bob Holly at around 15:50 when Yoko pinned the Kid by catching him coming off the top and hitting a belly to belly suplex
Henry Godwinn pinned Rich Myers at 1:59 with the Slop Drop; during the bout, Vince McMahon & Jerry Lawler spoke with "Cornfed," the detective pig from USA's "Duckman," on the phone who said he wanted to keep his distance from the hog farmer and asked if he could have Godwinn's slop bucket

4/24/95; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium
4/24/95 - featured an opening package detailing the "fall from grace" of Bam Bam Bigelow dating back to his loss at the 1995 Royal Rumble, the post-match altercation with Lawrence Taylor, the loss to LT at WrestleMania, his comments from the post-match press conference, and the announcement that Psycho Sid had joined the Million $ Corporation; included an In Your House report with comments from Sid about the upcoming match between Diesel and Bigelow, where he said he had friends in low places; it was speculated Sid wasn't happy about Bigelow's title shot because if Bigelow won Sid's match with Diesel at In Your House would not be for the championship; featured the announcement Psycho Sid would face Razor Ramon the following week on Raw; included a clip of USA's "Duckman;" featured closing footage of what happened between Bigelow and Diesel during the commercial break after Diesel saved Bigelow from the Million $ Corporation, with Bigelow and Diesel shaking hands:
The Smoking Gunns defeated Barry Horowitz & the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:15 when Billy pinned the Brawler following a reverse bulldog double team; during the bout, it was announced the Gunns would challenge WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna at In Your House; after the match, Vince McMahon & Jerry Lawler spoke with Bam Bam Bigelow & Ted Dibiase backstage about Bigelow's upcoming title shot against Diesel, during which Bigelow was seen with a serious black eye; after the commercial break, McMahon spoke to WWF World Champion Diesel backstage about his title defense later in the show
Bertha Faye (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned La Pantera Serena at 3:55 with a sit-down powerbomb, gorilla press slam, and a splash (Bertha's in-ring debut and first appearance with Harvey and in her flamboyant clothing)
WWF World Champion Diesel pinned Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Ted Dibiase) at around the 16-minute mark with a boot to the face and the powerbomb after Tatanka, who came ringside mid-way through the match, tripped the challenger as he ran the ropes; after the bout, Dibiase grabbed the mic and verbally assaulted Bigelow in the ring, fired him, and then slapped him across the face; Bigelow then got in Dibiase's face until he was attacked from behind by Tatanka, with Bigelow throwing Tatanka to the floor and telling Dibiase he couldn't fire him because he quit; IRS and Tatanka then double teamed Bigelow with Psycho Sid soon appearing and dropping Bigelow with the powerbomb; moments later, Diesel made the save, threw Tatanka to the floor, and scared the remainder of the Million $ Corporation backstage
Aldo Montoya pinned the Black Phantom at 2:44 with a reverse bulldog off the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, it was announced Shawn Michaels would be back in action in about a month

Taped 4/24/95; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium
5/1/95 - featured footage of the controversial finish of the Bob Holly / Jeff Jarrett IC title match the previous day on the Action Zone; included the announcement that Bret Hart would battle Hakushi at In Your House and that Adam Bomb would face Mabel in a King of the Ring qualifying match; featured the announcement that the 1-2-3 Kid would not be able to compete at In Your House due to a neck injury and that Razor Ramon would face both Jeff Jarrett & the Roadie in a handicap match instead; included a Man Mountain Rock / WWF New Generation vignette in which he was shown being interrogated by NYPD Blue's Nicholas Tuturro about whether he was a rock star or pro wrestler; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Hunter Hearst Helmsley; included the announcement that Doink the Clown would face Jeff Jarrett and WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart would wrestle Bart Gunn the following week; featured a closing segment in which Bret Hart came ringside to confront Jerry Lawler and offered to face Lawler at In Your House after his already scheduled match against Hakushi:
Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated Ron Hagan & George Anderson when Smith pinned Anderson with the running powerslam at 2:41 after Anderson hit the corner; though not shown on TV, Luger & Smith's fireworks caused a small fire
Bob Holly pinned Butler Stevens with a crossbody off the top at 2:48
Mantaur (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Sonny Rogers with a press slam into a powerslam at 2:25
Razor Ramon fought Psycho Sid (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a no contest when Sid ran through Razor's pyro and hit a clothesline before twice powerbombing Ramon until WWF World Champion Diesel came out, leading to Sid and Dibiase leaving ringside; later in the show, Raymond Rougeau attempted to interview Ramon backstage as he was taken care of by Diesel and various agents, including Dave Hebner and Tony Garea
Adam Bomb pinned Dave Sigfrid with a clothesline off the top at 3:41
Men on a Mission defeated Kevin Krueger & Bill Duke when Mabel pinned Duke with a belly to belly suplex at 4:37

Taped 4/24/95; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium
5/8/95 - included the first vignette promoting the debut of Skip & Sunny - the Bodydonnas; featured a Bam Bam Bigelow vignette in which he discussed his loss at the Royal Rumble, his problems with Lawrence Taylor, his loss and newfound friendship with WWF World Champion Diesel, and stated he would go through each member of the Million $ Corporation as payback; at the end of the segment, Vince McMahon announced Bigelow would face IRS the following week on Raw; included McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Psycho Sid & Ted Dibiase regarding Sid's upcoming title shot against Diesel at In Your House, with Dibiase admitting it was he who told Shawn Michaels to get a bodyguard and it was he who suggested it be Sid to show he and Sid had been working together for quite some time, and then discussed Sid's recent attacks on Michaels and Razor Ramon; featured a closing segment in which Jerry Lawler announced he would have his own mother in his corner at In Your House since Bret Hart was dedicating his match with Lawler to his mom:
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) defeated Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) in a non-title match at around the 8-minute mark via subission with the figure-4 after the Roadie interfered behind the back of referee Tim White and clipped Doink as he had the Stump Puller applied; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Jarrett winning the vacant title the previous day on the Action Zone against Bob Holly; moments later, footage was shown from WWF Superstars a year before in which Jarrett, pretending to be Doink, roughed up Dink during an interview; during the bout, Vince McMahon said Bob Backlund would have a major announcement the following week on Raw
Hakushi (w/ Shinja) pinned Gary Scott at 2:50 with a springboard splash into the ring; prior to the bout, McMahon said Shinja & Hakushi were seen in Calgary, Alberta over the weekend and the only way to find out what they were doing there was to call the WWF Hotline and listen to the Ross Report
Bart Gunn (w/ Billy Gunn) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) at around the 7-minute mark with a roll up after Billy interfered and crotched Owen on the top rope, with Owen then reaching for a tag to the absent Yokozuna, seemingly forgetting that this was a singles match

5/15/95; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena
5/15/95 - included an in-ring interview conducted by Vince McMahon in which Bob Backlund announced that he was thinking about running for President, with a band then coming ringside and playing 'Hail to the Chief'; featured McMahon interviewing Savio Vega regarding his surprise debut appearance at In Your House; included a pre-taped promo by Ted Dibiase in which he challenged WWF World Champion Diesel & Bam Bam Bigelow to face his combination of Psycho Sid & Tatanka; featured the announcement that Shawn Michaels would face King Kong Bundy in a King of the Ring qualifying match the following week:
WWF Tag Team Champion Yokozuna defeated Nick Barberry & Bill Weaver in a handicap match
Man Mountain Rock defeated Iron Mike Sharpe via submission with an arm bar
KOTR Qualifying Match: Bob Holly pinned Mantaur (w/ Jim Cornette) with a missile dropkick and crossbody off the top at 5:29
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ WWF World Champion Diesel) pinned IRS (w/ Ted Dibiase) at 7:04 with a falling headbutt after ramming IRS into an exposed turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Bigelow announced Diesel as being his surprise cornerman for the match; Ted Dibiase escorted IRS to the ring before the match but was chased backstage early on by Diesel; after the match, Dibiase returned ringside alongside Psycho Sid & Tatanka

Taped 5/15/95; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena
5/22/95 - featured a Bob Backlund vignette in which he gave several examples of what he would do if elected President; included footage of Stephanie Wiand giving Matt Pompacilli the keys to his Orlando vacation home, with a brief appearance from the Bushwhackers; included the announcement that WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett would battle the Undertaker the following week in a King of the Ring qualifying match; featured the announcement of the first name to be inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame the night before the King of the Ring in Philadelphia - Antonina Rocca; included a closing segment in which Jerry Lawler faked an injury to avoid commenting on Hart's challenge earlier in the night, followed by pre-taped comments from the Undertaker on facing Jarrett the following week:
Razor Ramon (w/ Savio Vega) pinned Mike Bell at 4:17 by shoving Bell to the mat and placing one foot on his chest after seemingly changing his mind about hitting the Razor's Edge, moments after a back suplex off the top; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Vega making the save for Razor at In Your House; during the match, Vince McMahon & Jerry Lawler discussed Razor's qualifying for the King of the Ring over the weekend as well as his brief weekend reign as 4-time IC Champion; immediately after the bout, a furious Bret Hart came ringside to confront Jerry Lawler about the embarrassing loss sustained at In Your House; during the segment, Hart slapped Lawler's headset off, repeatedly asked what it would take to get a rematch, and said "You know what you are? You're lower than (bleep)."
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned John Chrystal at 3:10 with a standing Diamond Cutter (Helmsley's Raw debut)
Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated Tony Devito & Bill Payne at 2:56 when Smith pinned Payne with the running powerslam; prior to the match, Luger & Smith were led to the ring by two guest flag bearers; during the bout, footage from the Action Zone was shown in which Smith used an electric chair on Mabel during a tag team contest
Kama (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Barry Horowitz via submission with a modified half crab at 2:21
KOTR Qualifying match: Shawn Michaels pinned King Kong Bundy (w/ Ted Dibiase) with the superkick at around the 8-minute mark; during the bout, WWF World Champion Diesel and Bam Bam Bigelow were shown watching the match backstage; after the match, Diesel and Bigelow came out to congratulate Michaels on the victory, during which Diesel and Michaels high fived and hugged (Michaels' return following the attack he sustained at the hands of Psycho Sid on 4/3/95)

Taped 5/15/95; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena
5/29/95 - featured an opening in-ring promo by WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett, with the Roadie, in which he said he would beat the Undertaker and advance in the King of the Ring tournament, until he was interrupted by the Undertaker's music and the lights in the arena going out; included a look at Diesel recouperating from reconstructive elbow injury, with comments from the WWF World Champion as well as Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, AL; included a King of the Ring Report, during which Todd Pettingill asked Jerry Lawler whether he would accept Bret Hart's challenge to face him at the pay-per-view, with Lawler saying he would answer when he was ready; featured the announcement that Ernie Ladd and Ivan Putski would be inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame Class of 1995; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze regarding the broken nose sustained at the hands of Bertha Faye; featured the announcement that Davey Boy Smith would face WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart the following week in a King of the Ring Qualifying Match; included a Bob Backlund vignette in which he said he would do away with rock music if he were elected president:
Psycho Sid (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Mike Khoury with the powerbomb at 1:20; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Sid hitting the chokeslam and powerbomb on WWF World Champion Diesel at In Your House to explain Diesel's arm injury
Adam Bomb pinned Bob Cook at 2:04 with the clothesline off the top; prior to the match, Vince McMahon announced that WrestleMania: The Special would air the following Sunday night and said he was "proud as a peacock," alluding that it would air on NBC but never outright saying so
Hakushi (w/ Shinja) pinned John Snakowski at 2:34 with a somersault splash; prior to the bout, Hakushi pulled a mannequin head out of a burlap bag, designed to look like Bret Hart
Men on a Mission defeated Gary Scott & Aaron Ferguson at 3:46 when Mabel pinned Scott with a splash in the corner and a belly to belly suplex
KOTR Qualifying Match: The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) with at around the 10-minute mark in a non-title match following a chokeslam and the tombstone

6/5/95; Struthers, OH; High School
6/5/95 - included the Lex Luger "I'll Be Your Hero" music video to add hype to the following week's Luger / Yoko match:
Savio Vega pinned Kenny Kendall
Psycho Sid pinned Barry Horowitz
KOTR Qualifying Match: Davey Boy Smith fought WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) to a 15-minute time limit draw as Owen had Smith down in a backslide (5/14/95; Syracuse, NY; On Center)
Jean Pierre Laffiette pinned Jerry Flynn

Taped 6/5/95; Struthers, OH; High School
6/12/95 - included Bob Backlund finding Man Mountain Rock's guitar backstage and destroying it:
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Duane Gill
Kama pinned David Haskins
Man Mountain Rock defeated Bob Cook via submission
Techno Team 2000 defeated John Chrystal & Mike Khoury
KOTR Qualifying Match: WWF Tag Team Champion Yokozuna defeated Lex Luger via count-out following a legdrop on the floor; moments prior to the finish, Yoko attacked Luger's flagbearer on the floor which prompted Luger to roll to the floor; the flagbearer was announced as Scott Anton, later known as Scotty Riggs

Taped 6/5/95; Struthers, OH; High School
6/19/95:
The Undertaker pinned Mike McReynolds
Adam Bomb pinned Bill Payne
Psycho Sid & Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated the New Headshrinkers (w/ Afa & Capt. Lou Albano) at 8:56 when Tatanka pinned Sionne after Sid hit the powerbomb on the arena floor
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Buck Quartermaine
Shawn Michaels pinned Gus Kantarrakis at 4:16 with the superkick, moments after hitting the superkick on the floor and knocking his opponent out; after the bout, Michaels fought off an ambush from Kama; during the bout, both the Undertaker and Mabel made appearances at ringside, scouting their potential semi-final opponent in the King of the Ring tournament

6/26/95; Danville, PA
6/26/95 - included Shawn Michaels, subbing for for Jerry Lawler, as a guest commentator alongside Vince McMahon; included a vignette in which Jerry Lawler visited his dentist Dr. Isaac Yankem in order to plot revenge on Bret Hart (Yankem�s TV debut):
The Smoking Gunns defeated Jason Arndt & the Black Phantom following the sidewinder
Skip (w/ Sunny) pinned Scott Taylor with a Frankensteiner off the top; Skip performed several push-ups on his opponent prior to the referee counting the pinfall
Man Mountain Rock defeated Phil Apollo via submission with the arm bar after about a minute
King Mabel (w/ Sir Mo) pinned Kenny Kendall with a belly to belly suplex; prior to the bout, Mabel was carried to the ring on a throne
Savio Vega defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ the Roadie) via disqualification when the Roadie interfered and broke a pinfall attempt as Savio had the champion in a roll up as Jarrett was arguing with Shawn Michaels at ringside; after the bout, Savio and Michaels cleared the ring of Jarrett and the Roadie; in footage shown in the days following, Jarrett returned to the ring after the show went off the air and was knocked out by Michaels� superkick

Taped 6/26/95; Danville, PA
7/3/95 - included the airing of Jeff Jarrett�s music video �With My Baby Tonight�:
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Mike Bell with a crescent kick and an inside cradle (the Kid�s return match from an injury sustained in late April)
Bob Holly pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a crossbody off the top
Henry Godwinn pinned Barry Horowitz with the Slop Drop
Psycho Sid pinned Bam Bam Bigelow at 5:38 after Henry Godwinn interfered and pushed Bigelow off the top as Bam Bam attempted the top rope headbutt; prior to the bout, Bigelow and Godwinn had a confrontation in the aisle before officials were able to pull the two apart; after the bout, Sid hit the powerbomb on Bigelow
Waylon Mercy defeated Jeff Hardy via submission with the sleeper following a brainbuster; during the bout, Vince McMahon announced that Henry Godwinn would be replacing King Kong Bundy alongside Tatanka in the match against Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith the following week (Mercy�s Raw debut)

Taped 6/26/95; Danville, PA
7/10/95 - included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Psycho Sid and Ted Dibiase in which Dibiase brought out all of Sid�s 14 lumberjacks that will be supporting him at In Your House:
The Roadie (w/ WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett) pinned Jerry Flynn at 2:38 with a slam and roll up after Flynn failed a leap frog
Savio Vega pinned Mike Khoury at 1:46
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Matt Hardy with the Pedigree at 3:12
Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith defeated Henry Godwinn & Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) at 5:49 when Smith pinned Tatanka with the powerslam, as Tatanka prepared to come off the top; the previous week it was announced that King Kong Bundy would be Tatanka�s partner but Godwinn was named as a replacement before the telecast went off the air

Taped 6/26/95; Danville, PA
7/17/95 - included Vince McMahon conducting an interview with WWF World Champion Diesel in a closing segment regarding his title defense against Psycho Sid at In Your House; during the segment, Diesel had all his lumberjacks come to the ring moments before Sid came out and had a staredown with Diesel from ringside:
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Dimitre & Gus Kantarrakis at 2:54 after Yoko hit a legdrop which was followed by Owen�s Sharpshooter
Jean Pierre Laffiette pinned David Thornberg at 2:32 with the Cannonball
Shawn Michaels pinned IRS (w/ Ted Dibiase) with the superkick at 8:33 as IRS charged towards Michaels after avoiding the superkick moments earlier
Kama (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Billy Mack with a right uppercut at 2:02

7/24/95; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens
7/24/95 - featured the first in a series of vignettes promoting the debut of Goldust:
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Jimmy Del Ray (w/ Jim Cornette) in a non-title match with the superkick at 5:23; after the bout, Michaels teased stripping in the ring
The Smoking Gunns defeated John Faulkner & Rick Stockhauser
Waylon Mercy defeated Gary Scott via submission with a sleeper at 2:01
Bret Hart defeated Hakushi (w/ Shinja) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 9:21 after hitting a superplex; after the bout, Bret hit a piledriver on Shinja (Shinja's last TV appearance)

Taped 7/24/95; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens
7/31/95 - included Jerry Lawler interviewing Shawn Michaels, with Michaels backstage and appearing on the big screen, in which Michaels challenged Lawler to a match but Lawler hid behind his commentary job as an excuse not to accept the match:
King Mabel (w/ Sir Mo) pinned Nick Barberry at 3:12 with a belly to belly suplex
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Bob Cook at 3:21; after the bout, Dean Douglas critiqued Bigelow�s performance in the Report Card
Skip (w/ Sunny) pinned Major Yates at 2:20 with a superplex; during the bout, it was announced that Skip would meet Shawn Michaels on the coming week�s edition of Superstars
Razor Ramon & Savio Vega defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) via count-out; the finish of the bout was not televised, rather the show went off the air as Razor had Owen up for the Razor's Edge; the challengers originally won the match and titles at 8:45 when Razor pinned Owen with the Razor�s Edge but the bout continued due to Owen being the illegal man in the ring

Taped 7/24/95; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens
8/7/95 - included an Isaac Yankem vignette; featured the announcement that WWF President Gorilla Monsoon allowed Jerry Lawler a title shot against WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels for the following week; included a Goldust vignette:
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) defeated Razor Ramon & Savio Vega at 14:25 when Yoko pinned Savio with a Samoan Drop and legdrop as Razor and Owen fought on the floor; during the bout, it was announced that new WWF President Gorilla Monsoon changed the scheduled Shawn Michaels vs. Psycho Sid match at Summer Slam to Michaels vs. Razor Ramon in a ladder match; after the bout, Dean Douglas graded Razor & Savio�s performance in the Report Card
Fatu pinned Tony DeVito at 2:44 with a splash off the top
Kama (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Tony Haste via submission with an arm bar at 1:24; during the bout, Psycho Sid called in to comment on being taken out of his match with Shawn Michaels at Summer Slam
WWF World Champion Diesel pinned Sir Mo with the powerbomb in a non-title match at 8:48; after the match, Shawn Michaels and King Mabel - who came ringside mid-way through the match - involved themselves in the altercation, with Mabel ramming Michaels back-first into the ring post as Jerry Lawler - Michaels' opponent for the following week - looked on from the announce table

8/14/95; Worcester, MA; Centrum
8/14/95:
Waylon Mercy defeated Doink the Clown via submission with the sleeper at 3:11
The Smoking Gunns defeated Bill Garrett & Cody Wade at 1:36
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Jeff Hardy with the Pedigree at 2:06
Henry Godwinn pinned Russ Greenberg at the 56-second mark
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Jerry Lawler via disqualification at 8:34 when Psycho Sid interfered; Razor Ramon made the save after the match

Taped 8/14/95; Worcester, MA; Centrum
8/21/95:
Men on a Mission defeated Roy Raymond & Joe Hanlock; after the bout, King Mabel issued a challenge to Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith for a match later in the show
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned the Brooklyn Brawler
The Undertaker pinned Tatanka with a chokeslam at 6:32 (Super Slams)
Jean Pierre Laffiette pinned Scott Taylor
WWF World Champion Diesel & Davey Boy Smith fought Men on a Mission to a no contest when Smith attacked Diesel from behind and helped in triple teaming him

Taped 8/28/95; Canton, OH
9/11/95 - the "season premiere," featuring a new opening in which several wrestlers, including Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, Diesel, the Undertaker, Yokozuna, Razor Ramon, Owen Hart, Kama, Henry Godwinn, and many others were shown battling on the roof of Titan Tower; the first episode of Raw to air on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom; included a vignette promoting the debut of Goldust in which he cut a promo on the Undertaker; featured an In Your House pay-per-view update in which Todd Pettingill announced that if any of the four participants in the Diesel & Shawn Michaels vs. Owen Hart & Yokozuna triple header match tried to get themselves intentionally disqualified they would lose their championship belt and that Savio Vega would face Waylon Mercy at the show; included the announcement that Men on a Mission would battle WWF Tag Team Champions Yokozuna & Owen Hart the following week:
Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Razor Ramon via disqualification at around 7:10 when the 1-2-3 Kid came off the top and accidentally splashed Razor after Ramon sustained the running powerslam from Smith; late in the match, Dean Douglas interfered after the referee had been knocked out and came off the top onto Razor, then fought off the Kid who came out and attempted to make the save, before leaving backstage; after the bout, Smith clotheslined the Kid and press slammed him throat-first across the top rope; after the commercial break, Vince McMahon conducted an in-ring interview with Razor and the Kid, with the Kid dismissing McMahon's questions about the match and instead challenged Razor to a match the following week so that Razor would finally take him seriously and give him respect; after the Kid left ringside, Razor said he was the one who made the Kid famous and said if the fans wanted the match, if McMahon wanted the match, and if the Kid wanted the match then he would accept the challenge
The Smoking Gunns defeated Rad Radford & the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:46 when Billy pinned the Brawler with the Sidewinder
Isaac Yankem DDS pinned Scott Taylor at 2:14 with the DDS
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Psycho Sid (w/ Ted Dibiase) at around the 8-minute mark after hitting three consecutive superkicks; after the bout, Dok Hendrix interviewed Michaels and WWF World Champion Diesel backstage about the possible outcomes of the triple header match at In Your House

Taped 8/28/95; Canton, OH
9/18/95 - featured the announcement that the Undertaker would face Davey Boy Smith the following week:
The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Razor Ramon at around 7:08 after Dean Douglas interfered and hit a top rope splash on Ramon after the Kid and referee Earl Hebner were knocked to the floor; immediately after the match, Douglas held a session of his Classroom in which he gave the Kid a grade of "D" for dumb, Ramon a grade of "E" for elevate, in that Razor was trying to elevate himself by facing Douglas at In Your House, himself a grade of "A" and graded Razor a "N" for no-brainer in that it would be a no-brainer that Douglas would win their upcoming match; later in the program, Razor cut a promo backstage about facing Douglas at In Your House
Tatanka & Kama (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Savio Vega & Bob Holly at 5:47 when Kama pinned Holly by catching him coming off the top and hitting a powerslam; it was announced during the bout that Psycho Sid would face Henry Godwinn at In Your House
Jean Pierre Laffiette pinned Brian Walsh at 3:18 with the Cannonball; during the bout, Bret Hart spoke to Vince McMahon & Jerry Lawler via telephone about his upcoming match against Laffiette at In Your House
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) defeated Men on a Mission in a non-title match at around 9:30 when Owen pinned Mo after Owen used a drop toe hold to set Yoko up to hit a legdrop to the back of the head, moments after Yoko knocked Mabel to the floor; after the bout, WWF World Champion Diesel & WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels cut a backstage promo on facing the tag team champions at In Your House; after the commercial break, Vince McMahon conducted an in-ring interview with Jim Cornette, Mr. Fuji, WWF Tag Team Champions Yokozuna & Owen Hart about the upcoming title defense against Diesel & Michaels, with Cornette claiming Diesel & Michaels' egos were too big and they would end up saving their own belt instead of helping their partner

9/25/95; Grand Rapids, MI; Grand Center
9/25/95 (1.9) - included the announcement that Clarence Mason, Jim Cornette's attorney, was able to regain the tag team titles lost the previous night at In Your House since Owen Hart - the man pinned - was not recognized as a title holder in the match (Mason's debut); as a result of the decision, WWF President Gorilla Monsoon made the previously scheduled non-title match pitting Owen & Yokozuna against the Smoking Gunns into a title match; featured Dok Hendrix interviewing Monsoon in the aisle regarding the following month's pay-per-view card, with Monsoon announcing Davey Boy vs. Diesel, Shawn Michaels vs. Dean Douglas, and the debut of Goldust:
Marty Jannetty pinned Skip (w/ Sunny) at 7:39 with a fistdrop off the top (Jannetty's return match after being gone since early 94)
The Smoking Gunns defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) to win the titles at 10:09 when Bart pinned Owen after Owen sustained the Sidewinder and an accidental slash from Yoko; after the bout, Diesel and Shawn Michaels came out to celebrate with the new champions
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification at 7:29 when King Mabel interfered; after the bout, Diesel and Shawn Michaels came out to clear the ring but were soon surrounded by Owen Hart and Yokozuna at ringside until the Smoking Gunns came out to even the odds; the show went off as Michaels and Diesel posed in the ring

Taped 9/25/95; Grand Rapids, MI; Grand Center
10/2/95 (2.5) - for the duration of the show, a hotline number was given to call in and vote whether or not OJ Simpson was truly not guilty; the final verdict was not guilty 51%, guilty 49%:
Razor Ramon defeated the 1-2-3 Kid; Razor originally won the match with a clothesline but the Kid demanded the bout continue; Razor pinned the Kid a second time by catching him coming off the ropes and hitting a powerbomb but again the Kid wanted the match to continue; Razor pinned the Kid a third time with an inside cradle; the Kid wanted to keep going but his body gave out and he and Razor reconciled their differences, leaving ringside together
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Barry Horowitz with the Pedigree
PG-13 defeated Al Brown & Sonny Rogers
Bret Hart defeated Jean Pierre Laffiette via submission with the Sharpshooter after avoiding the Cannonball and hitting a back suplex; after the bout, Hart attacked Jerry Lawler at ringside until Isaac Yankem jumped Hart from behind, hitting the DDS; moments thereafter, Gorilla Monsoon ordered a steel cage match take place pitting Bret against Yankem

Taped 9/25/95; Grand Rapids, MI; Grand Center
10/9/95 (2.6):
Davey Boy Smith, Owen Hart, & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) defeated WWF World Champion Diesel, WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels, & the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) at 11:46 when Smith pinned Diesel after Diesel sustained a legdrop from Yokozuna behind the referee's back, moments after suffering Smith's running powerslam; after the match, Diesel, Michaels, and Taker were beaten down by their opponents, King Mabel, and Dean Douglas; in the ensuing brawl, the Undertaker sustained a broken eye socket at the hands of King Mabel which took him out of action for two months
Fatu pinned Skip (w/ Sunny) at 5:49 with a splash off the top after blocking a superplex attempt

Taped 9/25/95; Grand Rapids, MI; Grand Center
10/16/95 (2.6) - included the announcement that Dean Douglas and King Mabel were fined $7500 each for their activity in the previous week's main event; featured the announcement that the Undertaker was sidelined as a result of the match and would not be able to compete and the upcoming In Your House event with Yokozuna being named the substitute to face King Mabel:
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Doink the Clown with the Pedigree
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated PG-13 when Billy Gunn pinned Wolfie D following the Sidewinder
Dean Douglas pinned Joe Dorgan with a fisherman's suplex; during the match, Shawn Michaels called in and spoke about the Syracuse incident, promising to be in Winnipeg for the pay-per-view regardless of his condition
Bret Hart defeated Isaac Yankem DDS in a steel cage match by escaping over the top due to Jerry Lawler - who was suspended above the ring in a smaller cage - stealing possession of the key which would unlock the cage door, thus preventing escape by any other means than by going over the top

10/23/95; Brandon, Manitoba
10/23/95 (2.2) - included the announcement that a Wildcard Survivor Series match would be held at the next pay-per-view, pitting Shawn Michaels, Ahmed Johnson, Davey Boy Smith, & Psycho Sid against Owen Hart, Razor Ramon, Yokozuna, & Dean Douglas; featured a closing interview with Shawn Michaels conducted by Jim Ross in which Michaels spoke on being attacked in Syracuse, having to give up the IC title, his health, and the Wildcard Match:
Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) won a 20-man battle royal by last eliminating Marty Jannetty at 20:07; other participants included: King Kong Bundy, Isaac Yankem DDS, Kama, Psycho Sid, Henry Godwinn, Duke Drose, Jean Pierre Laffiette, Skip, Barry Horowitz, the 1-2-3 Kid, Aldo Montoya, Savio Vega, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Fatu, Hakushi, Bob Holly, Rad Radford, & Bam Bam Bigelow; order of elimination: Bundy by Godwinn, Fatu, Radford, Bigelow, & Drose at around the 15-second mark; Aldo by Skip at 1:30; Holly by Sid at around the 4-minute mark; Drose by Sid at around 4:30; Hakushi by Skip at 5:00; Fatu by Kama via an uppercut; Skip by Horowitz via a backdrop at 6:00; Godwinn by Yankem & Laffiette; Radford by Bigelow; Kama by Savio & Bigelow; Horowitz was eliminated; Helmsley was eliminated; the Kid was eliminated; Yankem by Sid at 9:15; Sid by Bigelow at 10:30; Bigelow by Laffiette; Savio by Jannetty via a headscissors at 16:40; Laffiette by Jannetty at 16:45; Jannetty by Owen at 20:07 when Davey Boy Smith came ringside after Jannetty stole Cornette's tennis racquet; Waylon Mercy, Yokozuna, and Razor Ramon were originally scheduled to participate but were substituted; due to pre-match stipulations, Owen earned an IC title shot for the following week; after the bout, Jerry Lawler interviewed Owen at ringside
Avatar (Al Snow) pinned Brian Walsh at 2:25 with a standing moonsault and splash; before and after the bout Avatar unmasked (Avatar's debut) (Before they Were Superstars 2)
Alundra Blayze pinned WWF Women's Champion Bertha Faye (w/ Harvey Wippleman) to win the title with the German suplex into a bridge after Bertha collided with Wippleman on the ring apron

Taped 10/23/95; Brandon, Manitoba
10/30/95 (2.1) - featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Jim Cornette, Davey Boy Smith, and Clarence Mason in which they argued Gorilla Monsoon's decision to sign Diesel vs. Bret Hart at Survivor Series since the winner of Davey Boy / Diesel would face Bret and Davey won the match via disqualification; Mason ordered that a future match between Hart and Smith take place; moments later, Marty Jannetty attacked Davey from behind, sent Cornette out of the ring, and threatened to hit Mason before leaving him be:
Goldust pinned Savio Vega with an inside cradle
Marty Jannetty pinned Joe Dorgan with a flying elbow
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated Phil Apollo & John Rashner when Billy scored the pin following the Sidewinder; during the bout, the 1-2-3 Kid apologized for his actions at In Your House
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification when Yokozuna interfered, pulling Owen out of the Razor's Edge; Yoko and Mr. Fuji came ringside mid-way through the bout; after the match, the 1-2-3 Kid attempted to make the save but was beaten down, prompting Ahmed Johnson to come to the ring and hit a bodyslam on Yoko; as the show went off the air, Davey Boy Smith came out but thought better of getting in the ring to face Ahmed (Ahmed's debut on Raw)

Taped 10/23/95; Brandon, Manitoba
11/6/95 (2.6) - incuded Todd Pettingeil announcing that the team of the Dark Side would face the Royals at the Survivor Series; featured the announcement that Razor Ramon would defend the IC title against Psycho Sid in a match where a DQ or count-out can result in a title change, with the 1-2-3 Kid as the guest referee:
Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Marty Jannetty with the running powerslam after Jannetty hit the steel ring post shoulder-first; during the bout, Clarence Mason came ringside to do guest commentary, announcing that Davey would face the winner of the Bret / Diesel Survivor Series title match at the December In Your House event; Davey and Cornette were interviewed after the match
Henry Godwinn pinned Terry Richards with the Slop Drop; after the bout, Hunter Hearst Helmsley attacked Godwinn from behind, dropped him with the Pedigree outside the ring, put in white gloves, and then slopped Godwinn
Kama (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Tony Roy
Jerry Lawler & Isaac Yankem DDS defeated Bret Hart & Hakushi (w/ Barry Horowitz) via disqualification when Horowitz entered the ring, grabbing a steel chair away from Lawler just as the referee turned around

Taped 10/23/95; Brandon, Manitoba
11/13/95 (2.6) - included an opening segment in which WWF President Gorilla Monsoon made the Razor / Sid title match later in the show into a non-title contest; featured a face-to-face (via sattelite) segment with Bret Hart and Diesel regarding their upcoming title match:
Henry Godwinn fought Hunter Hearst Helmsley to a no contest when, prior to getting into the ring, Godwinn slopped himself knowing that Helmsley wouldn't be able to touch him; moments later, Helmsley retreated backstage only to slip and fall on some slop in the aisle
Ahmed Johnson pinned Jake Steele with the Pearl River Plunge (Ahmed's in-ring debut on Raw); after the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Ahmed at ringside
King Mabel (w/ Sir Mo) pinned Roy Raymond with a belly to belly suplex
Psycho Sid (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon with the powerbomb in a non-title match after guest referee the 1-2-3 Kid pulled Sid out of the Razor's Edge, allowing Sid to hit the move, and then gave a fast 3-count; during the match, Dean Douglas briefly appeared at ringside, attacking Razor on the floor; after the bout, the Kid officially joined the Million $ Corporation; in a post-match interview, Dean Douglas explained why he attacked his Survivor Series teammate Razor Ramon moments before Razor attacked him from behind

11/20/95; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
11/20/95:
The 1-2-3 Kid (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Hakushi with a spin kick after Dibiase pushed Hakushi off the top; earlier in the bout, Marty Jannetty came ringside in an attempt to get at the Kid but was held back by officials; after the bout, as Jerry Lawler attempted to interview Dibiase and the Kid at ringside, Jannetty came out again and was soon attacked from behind by Psycho Sid who then hit the powerbomb on the floor
Savio Vega fought Skip (w/ Sunny) to a no contest when Diesel interrupted the match, attacking Skip on the floor, and cut a promo at ringside, saying that after losing the title the previous night he was happy he no longer had to be the corporate puppet Vince McMahon forced him to be during his title reign
Shawn Michaels fought Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) to a no contest when Michaels collapsed after posing in the ring (the collapse was later attributed to Hart's enzuiguri executed moments prior); moments later, referee Earl Hebner checked on Shawn, asking if he could hear his voice, as Owen and Cornette talked in the corner; as the show came to a close, EMTs rushed the ring in an attempt to revive him as several of the WWF higher ups, including WWF President Gorilla Monsoon, Vince McMahon, and Jim Ross, looked on (Michaels' last match prior to the Royal Rumble)

Taped 11/20/95; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
11/27/95 - featured an update on Shawn Michaels' condition in which it was noted that Michaels was suffering post-concusion syndrome; included the return of the Brother Love Show after more than a 4-year absence, with guest WWF World Champion Bret Hart; after speaking on Diesel, the Undertaker, and Davey Boy Smith, Hart was jumped from behind by Bob Backlund who quickly applied the Crossface Chicken Wing until referees swarmed the ring; featured the announcement WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon & Marty Jannetty would face Psycho Sid & the 1-2-3 Kid at In Your House; included the announcement Razor would face Dean Douglas the following week:
Ahmed Johnson pinned Rad Radford with the Pearl River Plunge at 2:46; Bob Backlund was shown campaigning in the crowd during the match; it was announced during the match, Ahmed would face Dean Douglas at In Your House; after the bout, Jerry Lawler interviewed Ahmed at ringside, with Douglas interrupting moments later and having to be held back by officials when Ahmed challenged him to a fight then and there
Tomoko Wannabe & Aja Kong defeated WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze & Kyoko Inoue when Kong pinned Inoue with the spinning backhand blow (Blayze's last appearance; on 12/18/95, she appeared on WCW Monday Nitro with the women's title and dropped it in a trash can at the beginning of the show)
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned John Chrystal with the Pedigree at 2:21; prior to the bout, a vignette was shown of Godwinn at his hog farm preparing for the hog pin match against HHH at In Your House; during the match, footage was shown from the weekend's show at Madison Square Garden in which Howard Finkel was slopped by Godwinn
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Sir Mo (w/ Ted Dibiase & Kama, on crutches) (sub. for Kama who faked a leg injury) with the tombstone, despite interference from Kama; after the bout, Taker recaptured the remains of the urn only for King Mabel to attack Bearer and steal them when Taker was distracted by Yokozuna at ringside

Taped 11/20/95; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
12/4/95 - featured Jerry Lawler going into the crowd to interview Bob Backlund regarding his upcoming non-title match against Bret Hart; when Backlund found out it was non-title, Lawler had to keep the microphone between he and Backlund to make sure he didn't end up in the Crossface Chicken Wing; Backlund's audio was eventually cut off when he wouldn't stop rambling; moments later, Backlund found the sound engineer and applied the hold on him for cutting his mic; included Dok Hendrix announcing Diesel had accepted Owen Hart's open challenge; included King Mabel as a guest of the Brother Love Show in which Brother Love and Sir Mo surprised Mabel with the Undertaker's vandalized and spray-painted casket; featured a closing segment in which Dr. Unger, Shawn Michaels' doctor, gave a poor prognosis on Shawn's condition which led to a short video package narrated by Vince McMahon which highlighted the fact that these men who do superhuman feats in the ring to entertain the crowd are mere mortals like everyone else:
Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Bob Holly with the running powerslam
Fatu pinned the Booklyn Brawler with the splash off the top
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon pinned Dean Douglas with the Razor's Edge
Marty Jannetty defeated Psycho Sid (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a no contest when Razor Ramon came ringside and chased the 1-2-3 Kid into the ring as it appeared as though the Kid was about to interfere; moments afterwards, as Razor chased the Kid into the crowd, Jannetty sustained the powerbomb from Sid

Taped 11/21/95; Salisbury, MD
12/11/95 - included Todd Pettingeil interviewing Shawn Michaels at his home in San Antonio regarding the injury sustained on Raw several weeks earlier; after highlighting Michaels' career in the WWF, though stating he had never worn the world title, Pettingeil 'stepped over the line' by asking Michaels what he would do if in fact his career was over; after a long pause, Shawn stopped the interview; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Ted Dibiase, the 1-2-3 Kid, and Psycho Sid:
Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette & Yokozuna) pinned Jeff Hardy; after the bout, Yoko hit the Bonzai Drop and Hart applied the Sharpshooter, resulting in Diesel to come out and clear the ring of both men
Aja Kong pinned Chapparita Asari following a spinning back hand blow to the face, resulting in a bloody nose
Ahmed Johnson pinned Rick Stockhauser with the Pearl River Plunge; after the bout, Jerry Lawler attempted to interview Ahmed, relaying to him what Dean Douglas had been saying behind his back, but Ahmed told Lawler to go back and sit down
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Bob Backlund via disqualification in a non-title match when Davey Boy Smith interfered as the champion attempted the Sharpshooter, allowing Backlund to apply the Crossface Chicken Wing; as the show came to a close, Backlund and Smith double teamed Hart as referees tried to intervene

12/18/95; Newark, DE; Bob Carpenter Center
12/18/95 - featured footage from the previous night's pay-per-view in which Diesel and the Undertaker had a face-to-face confrontation once it was announced Taker would get a world title shot at the Royal Rumble; included WWF President Gorilla Monsoon announcing that Ahmed Johnson would face Jeff Jarrett at the Royal Rumble and that Jarrett would not participate in the Rumble match itself; included Ted Dibiase as a guest of the Brother Love Show in which he spoke of the debut of Xanta Claus the night previous as well as hinting toward bringing back the Million $ Championship; featured the debut of the Shawn Michaels "Tell Me a Lie" music video during the closing segment:
Jeff Jarrett defeated Fatu via disqualification when Ahmed Johnson interfered and attacked Jarrett as Jarrett had the figure-4 applied on his opponent (Jarrett's return to Raw after a 5-month absence)
Buddy Landell pinned Bob Holly with a corckscrew elbow drop
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Yokozuna via count-out when the Undertaker and Paul Bearer came ringside with the casket, causing Yoko to escape backstage; during the bout, Goldust watched on from the entranceway; after the bout, Dok Hendrix interviewed Razor at ringside regarding the contents of the letter given to him last night by Goldust but Razor decided not to share them since children watch the show; Jerry Lawler, who claimed to have the letter, also refused to share what it read

12/28/95:
Featured a special edition of Raw, hosted by Vince McMahon & Mr. Perfect titled "The WWF Championship - the dream, the reign, the quest"

1996

Taped 12/18/95; Newark, DE; Bob Carpenter Center
The Raw Bowl - 1/1/96 - included the announcement that Shawn Michaels would be holding a press conference the following week; featured a replay in full of the Helmsley / Godwinn Hog Pen match from In Your House; included a closing segment in which Billionaire Ted tried to get his men to copy the moves used by the WWF talent; featured the announcement that Vader would be a participant in the Royal Rumble match:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated Psycho Sid & 1-2-3 Kid (w/ Ted Dibiase), Owen Hart & Yokozuna, and WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon & Savio Vega in the Raw Bowl elimination match; eliminations saw the Kid pin Razor after a clothesline to the back of the head by Sid, even though Vega called for a time-out (which was an added stipulation); Billy Gunn pinned Owen after Yoko accidentally splashed his partner; Billy pinned Sid with a roll up after Razor returned ringside and caused the Kid to collide with Sid; during Razor & Savio's entrance, Goldust's usher brought out a bouquet of gold roses for Razor - resulting in Razor beating the usher up; during the bout, all the participants wore football jerseys - Billy Gunn wore 38, Bart wore 45, Owen wore 1, Yoko wore 641, Razor wore 4, Savio wore Uno, the Kid wore 1-2-3, and Sid wore 00; later in the broadcast, the Brooklyn Brawler presented the Gunns with the Steve Lombardi Trophy, with the Gunns, Ahmed Johnson, Marty Jannetty, Hakushi, and Savio Vega beating up the Brawler in response
Diesel pinned King Mabel (w/ Sir Mo) in 8 seconds following a boot to the face; after the match, Diesel hit the powerbomb on Mo; after the bout, Jerry Lawler attempted to interview Diesel but he walked on past Lawler and selected Ashley the Raw Queen to do the interview backstage

Taped 12/18/95; Newark, DE; Bob Carpenter Center
1/8/96 - included Ted Dibiase introducing 'The Ringmaster' Steve Austin during the Brother Love Show and featured Dibiase bestowing him with the Million $ Championship, which had been inactive for 4 years (Austin's WWF TV debut); featured a replay in full of the Bret / Davey Boy match from In Your House; included the debut of Scheme Gene during a Royal Rumble report which included the announcement that Takaio Amore would be in the Rumble match; featured a brief interview with Earl Hebner regarding why he allowed the Bret / Davey Boy world title match to go on despite Hart's massive blood loss; featured a segment featuring Billionaire Ted in which he tried to come up with a new slogan for WCW:
Jeff Jarrett defeated Hakushi via submission with the figure-4
Ahmed Johnson pinned Jeff Brettler with the Pearl River Plunge; after the bout, Jeff Jarrett came to the ring and attempted to hit Ahmed over the head with his guitar but hit the turnbuckle instead; moments later, Ahmed demolished the guitar before running backstage to find Jarrett
Goldust pinned Aldo Montoya with the Curtain Call

Taped 12/18/95; Newark, DE; Bob Carpenter Center
1/15/96 - included Todd Pettingeil announcing that prior to the Royal Rumble there will be a 'Free for All' match where the winner would earn the #30 spot in the Rumble; featured an in-ring interview with Goldust conducted by Vince McMahon; included a closing segment in which Razor Ramon and Goldust fought in the backstage area, eventually taking it outside into the snow before Goldust was able to escape by driving off in a car:
Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Marty Jannetty
Steve Austin (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Matt Hardy via submission with the Million $ Dream at 4:36 after hitting a Stun Gun (Austin's in-ring debut on Raw)
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated the Spiders following the Sidewinder; during the bout, it was announced that Sunny obtained a tag team title shot for the Body Donnas at the Royal Rumble
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 (Confirmed Hits)

1/22/96; Stockton, CA; Civic Auditorium
1/22/96 - featured an opening segment running down the results of the previous night's Royal Rumble and the announcement that Razor Ramon would face Hunter Hearst Helmsley and WWF World Champion Bret Hart would face the new WWF IC Champion Goldust later in the show, along with a special interview with Shawn Michaels; included Billionaire Ted's Rasslin War Room in which he asked the Hukster, the Nacho Man, and his advisors for an original idea; featured an in-ring interview with Shawn Michaels conducted by Vince McMahon in which Jim Cornette interrupted, saying the only reason Owen Hart would get into the ring with Michaels is if he put his WrestleMania title shot on the line; Shawn accepted and then threw Cornette over the top rope:
Vader (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Savio Vega at 3:00 with the Vader Bomb; after the match, Vader continued to assault Vega and a number of referees until WWF President Gorilla Monsoon came to the ring and indefinately suspended Vader for his actions; moments thereafter, Vader attacked Monsoon from behind, squashing him in the corner, dropping an elbow, and hitting the Vader Bomb before Shawn Michaels and Razor Ramon made the save; Vader was 'suspended' in order to keep him off TV until after he had received shoulder surgery
Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Razor Ramon via count-out at 8:01 when Razor began chasing the 1-2-3 Kid, who came ringside moments earlier and sprayed Razor with milk from a large baby bottle, around ringside; after the bout, Razor attempted to hit the Razor's Edge on Helmsley but Helmsley was able to escape the ring
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Goldust (w/ Marlena) via submission with the Sharpshooter in a non-title match at 10:58, moments after Razor Ramon came ringside and threw Goldust back into the ring as he attempted to get himself counted-out; after the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Bret in the ring who challenged Diesel to a steel cage match due to his interference at the Royal Rumble; Bret also promised the Undertaker a rematch (Goldust's first TV loss) (Terminators 96)

Taped 1/22/96; Stockton, CA; Civic Auditorium
1/29/96 - included Billionaire Ted, the Hukster, and the Nacho Man at a press conference where Ted talked about trying to run the WWF out of business; featured the announcement that the Undertaker would face Bret Hart for the title in a rematch to be held the next week; included a segment in which an address was given for those wishing to send letters to Gorilla Monsoon, wishing him well on his recovery; featured the return of Roddy Piper as he was named the replacement WWF President in Monsoon's absence; included a teaser vignette of Mankind in which he was not wearing a mask and the only thing shown was the remainder of his missing ear:
Diesel pinned Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette) after dropping him head-first into an exposed turnbuckle and having Yokozuna's interference backfire, with him accidentally hitting a legdrop on Smith when the referee wasn't looking
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Skip & Zip (w/ Sunny) when Phinneas pinned Zip with the Slop Drop; after the bout, the Godwinns briefly had Sunny square dance with them against her will (Phinneas' debut)
Shawn Michaels pinned Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette) with the superkick after Owen Hart's interference backfired, with him hitting a spin wheel kick on Yoko behind the referee's back; after the bout, Yoko and Owen briefly argued before Davey Boy Smith came out and all three confronted Michaels before Diesel came down to help clear the ring; moments thereafter, Cornette denied any dissention in Camp Cornette and made a challenge for Michaels & Diesel to face Smith & Yoko the following week - which was accepted (Terminators 96)

Taped 1/22/96; Stockton, CA; Civic Auditorium
2/5/96 - included Jim Cornette and Clarence Mason threatening to sue the WWF if Vader wasn't reinstated; featured comments from Gorilla Monsoon on choosing Roddy Piper as his temporary replacement as well as the thought of having Vader reinstated; included a second segment of Billionaire Ted at the press conference; featured a closing segment in which a print ad was shown, which was set to run in several major newspapers, claiming Ted Turner was wasting millions of stockholder dollars in his personal vendetta against the WWF:
Shawn Michaels & Diesel defeated Davey Boy Smith & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette) via count-out when Yoko was sent to the floor by Michaels' superkick and knocked out; Owen Hart came down moments before the 10-count to help Smith get Yoko back into the ring but they couldn't move him; after the match, Cornette berated Yoko for the loss until he knocked Cornette down and fought off both Smith and Hart, clearing the ring of all three
The 1-2-3 Kid (w/ Ted Dibiase) pinned Hakushi with a butterfly suplex off the top (Terminators 96)
WWF World Champion Bret Hart fought the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) to a no contest when - after the referee had been knocked down - Diesel, who came ringside early in the match to do guest commentary, threw Bret into the steel ringpost before twice hitting the powerbomb on the challenger (Terminators 96)

2/19/96; Cincinatti, OH; Cincinatti Gardens
2/19/96 - included a vignette promoting the return of the Ultimate Warrior; featured a vignette for Mankind; included a Larry Fling Live segment with special guest Billionaire Ted:
Razor Ramon defeated WWF IC Champion Goldust (w/ Marlena) via count-out when the champion walked out of the match after sustaining Razor's back suplex off the top; after the bout, Razor grabbed a microphone and asked acting WWF President Roddy Piper to make a match with Razor and Goldust, not a title match but a fight (this was to have led to the Miami ally fight scheduled between Razor and Goldust for WrestleMania XII)
Skip & Zip (w/ Sunny) fought Barry Horowitz & Aldo Montoya to a no contest when Vader came out before the Body Donnas' entrance and brutally attacked Horowitz and Montoya
Steve Austin (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Marty Jannetty via submission with the Million $ Dream; during the bout, Vince McMahon stated that Jannetty was about to enter the tag team tournament with a partner that had yet to debut; McMahon also often referred to Austin's personality as "stone cold"
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Tatanka (w/ Ted Dibiase) with the tombstone; mid-way through the bout, Diesel came ringside to grab a cameraman, taking him backstage so he could document Diesel destroying the Undertaker's casket with an axe; after the bout, the reminants of the casket were shown on the video screen as the Undertaker and Bearer looked on

Taped 2/19/96; Cincinatti, OH; Cincinatti Gardens
2/26/96 - included a vignette in which several young fans asked WWF President Roddy Piper to bring the Ultimate Warrior back to the WWF; featured the announcement WWF World Champion Bret Hart would face Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Shawn Michaels would wrestle the 1-2-3 Kid the following week; included a Mankind vignette in which he talked about his mommy and his rat named George; featured footage of the Smith & Owen vs. Hakushi & Horowitz from the 2/24 Superstars and the announcement that the New Rockers would face the Godwinns the following weekend in the WWF Tag Team Title Tournament; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with the two men that would face off in the main event of WrestleMania XII, Shawn Michaels and WWF World Champion Bret Hart; during the segment, Michaels agreed Hart was the best there was and possibly the best there ever will be but disagreed about being the best there is; Hart then put over his recent title defenses against men so much larger than him and said he didn't have to beat Michaels but Michaels would have to beat him to win the title; after the two spoke about their conditioning, WWF President Roddy Piper came out and took over the segment, first saying he didn't to hear fans boo either Bret or Shawn and then put down each man, telling Michaels he had nice abs but that didn't mean anything and then telling Bret anyone could have a lucky title defense; Piper then said there would be no cheap finish for the match because the winner would be the man with the most falls; after both agreed to the stipulation, Piper said the match would last a full hour:
Jake Roberts pinned Isaac Yankem DDS at 3:32 with the DDT after blocking Yankem's version by holding onto the ropes; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Jerry Lawler escaping Roberts' snake at the Royal Rumble
Diesel pinned Bob Holly with the powerbomb at around 5:30; after the bout, as Diesel made his way backstage, the Undertaker's gong sounded and the lights went out; when they came back on, Taker was standing alone in the ring; as Diesel went to get back in the ring the lights went out and when they came back on Taker was gone; moments later, Taker appeared on the big screen and said he was the master of playing mindgames
Ahmed Johnson pinned Shinobi (Al Snow) with the Pearl River Plunge; during the bout, WWF IC Champion Goldust called in and read a poem directed at WWF President Roddy Piper in which he asked when he could play his bagpipe
Yokozuna defeated Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification in a handicap match when Vader, who had come ringside moments earlier, interfered and hit a clothesline knocking Yoko to the mat; after the bout, Jake Roberts and Ahmed Johnson made the save against Vader, Owen, and Smith

Taped 2/19/96; Cincinatti, OH; Cincinatti Gardens
3/4/96:
Shawn Michaels pinned the 1-2-3 Kid with the superkick
Justin Bradshaw pinned Hakushi with the lariat
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley via submission with the Sharpshooter

3/11/96; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum
3/11/96 - in pretaped footage from before the live telecast, Mark Henry made his WWF TV debut by hitting a gorilla press slam on Jerry Lawler as Lawler interviewed him in the ring:
Savio Vega fought Steve Austin (w/ Ted Dibiase) to a double count-out (Austin's first appearance on Raw as 'Stone Cold')
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Jerry Meade & Alex Porteau when Henry pinned Porteau with a kick to the head and Slop Drop at around 1:52
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Vin Grier with the Pedigree at 1:53
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) & Yokozuna defeated Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith via disqualification when Vader interfered at 5:19; earlier in the contest, the Undertaker left ringside to find Diesel backstage after Diesel came ringside and attacked Paul Bearer; moments after the end of the match, Ahmed Johnson and Jake Roberts came out to make the save

Taped 3/11/96; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum
3/18/96:
Davey Boy Smith defeated Jake Roberts via count-out at 4:52 when Roberts chased Jim Cornette to the back with his snake
WWF IC Champion Goldust pinned Fatu at 4:39 with the Curtain Call
Diesel pinned Barry Horowitz at 2:09 following a right hand punch
WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Tatanka with a roll up at 8:48 after Tatanka collided with the 1-2-3 Kid on the apron

Taped 3/11/96; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum
3/25/96:
Shawn Michaels pinned Leif Cassidy (w/ Marty Jannetty) with the superkick at 11:14 after Bret Hart stopped Jannetty from interfering (1st time Jose Lothario appeared in Michaels' corner)
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Aldo Montoya at 4:42 with the Pedigree
Ahmed Johnson defeated Owen Hart via disqualification at 5:32 when Davey Boy Smith interfered; Ahmed, Jake Roberts, and Yokozuna fought off Vader, Owen, and the Bulldog after the match

4/1/96; San Bernardino, CA; Orange Pavilion
4/1/96 - included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with the new WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels:
Mankind defeated Bob Holly via submission with the Mandible Claw (Mankind's TV debut)
Marc Mero pinned Isaac Yankem DDS
WWF Tag Team Champions Skip & Zip (w/ Sunny) defeated Aldo Montoya & Barry Horowitz when Zip pinned Aldo with a sit-down splash off the top after Skip hit a Frankensteiner off the top
The Undertaker defeated Justin Bradshaw via disqualification when Mankind interfered after Taker hit the tombstone on his opponent; moments later, Mankind hit the elbow off the apron to the floor and applied the Mandible Claw (Before They Were Superstars Vol. 1 DVD)

Taped 4/1/96; San Bernardino, CA; Orange Pavilion
4/8/96 - the first episode to begin at 8:57pm, to counter WCW Monday Nitro which had been airing 3 minutes before Raw and was winning over viewers by doing so; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with the Ultimate Warrior regarding his match with Goldust at In Your House:
Ahmed Johnson defeated Davey Boy Smith in an arm wrestling match; after the match, Smith attacked Ahmed with the table
Vader defeated Yokozuna via referee's descretion after Yoko received a Vader Bomb on his leg, seemingly breaking it
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Duke Drose
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Jerry Lawler with the superkick; after the match, Diesel - who did guest commentary for much of the bout - was challenged to come in the ring by Michaels; moments later, Diesel knocked the champion out with a belt shot to the head

Taped 4/1/96; San Bernardino, CA; Orange Pavilion
4/15/96 - included footage of Bret Hart in Bonn, Germany talking about the Ironman match and his future in pro wrestling; featured an in-ring interview with Vader in which it was announced he would be facing Razor Ramon at In Your House:
Marc Mero pinned Leif Cassidy
Steve Austin defeated Bart Gunn with the Million $ Dream
Savio Vega pinned WWF IC Champion Goldust (w/ Marlena) to win the title after hitting him with the title belt; moments thereafter, another referee disputed the call and WWF President Gorilla Monsoon vacated the title and ordered that the two compete in a rematch to be held the following week

Taped 4/1/96; San Bernardino, CA; Orange Pavilion
4/22/96 - included footage from the Germany tour in which Davey Boy Smith interjected himself in a match pitting Jake Roberts against Owen Hart, only for Jake to hit a short clothesline on him and take Revalations out of the snake bag:
Goldust (w/ Marlena) pinned Savio Vega after Steve Austin and Ted Dibiase came ringside, with Austin hitting Savio in the head with the Million $ Belt as Marlena distracted the referee; due to pre-match stipulations, Goldust won the vacated WWF IC Championship
Vader (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Fatu with a moonsault
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Yoshihiro Tajiri & Ken Patterson following the Slop Drop; during the bout, Sunny came ringside with the tag team championship belts and lured Hillbilly Jim backstage, allowing Skip & Zip to jump the Godwinns from behind after the match and slop Phinneas
Mankind defeated Aldo Montoya via submission with the Mandible Claw

4/29/96; Sioux City, IA
4/29/96 - included an opening segment from the end of the previous night's pay-per-view in which a furious Davey Boy Smith claimed Shawn Michaels wanted to sleep with his wife and then went ringside before officials could hold him back; featured an in-ring interview segment conducted by Vince McMahon in which Davey Boy Smith, Diana Hart Smith, and Jim Cornette accused Shawn Michaels of trying to sleep with Diana; after Diana slapped Michaels for asking her not to flatter herself, Davey Boy and the champion brawled around the ring once Michaels said he knew who wore the pants in the Smith family:
Mankind defeated Bart Gunn via submission with the Mandible Claw; after the bout, Jim Ross interviewed Gunn at ringside regarding the match before he was jumped by Mankind and once again sustained the Mandible Claw
Steve Austin (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Scott Taylor via submission with the Million $ Dream; after the bout, Savio Vega - who did guest commentary for the bout - challenged Austin to a Caribbean Strap Match; after both Austin and Dibiase rejected the challenge, Savio got in the ring and attacked Austin with the strap
Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy fought Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) to a double count-out when the legal men were unable to return to the ring; during the closing moments of the bout, Sunny came out to scout the competition as the winner of the bout would have earned a title shot against the Body Donnas; after the result of the bout, it was announced a rematch would be held on WWF Superstars
The Ultimate Warrior pinned Isaac Yankem DDS with the flying shoulder block and splash

Taped 4/29/96; Sioux City, IA
5/6/96 - the broadcast was dedicated to the memory of Ray Stevens, who passed away the previous day:
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned 1-2-3 Kid (w/ Ted Dibiase) at around the 11-minute mark when the Kid failed a superplex, with Mero falling on top for the win; Hunter Hearst Helmsley did guest commentary for the match and crotched Mero on the top rope during the closing moments of the contest
Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette & Diana Smith) pinned Fatu with the running powerslam at around the 10:30 mark
WWF Tag Team Champions Skip & Zip (w/ Sunny) defeated Techno Team 2000 in a non-title match at around 9:15 when Zip scored the pin with a double axe handle off the top after Skip hit a Frankensteiner off the top
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Owen Hart at around 9:15 by picking his opponent off the apron and hitting the tombstone after Hart became distracted by having his ass grabbed by Goldust at ringside; Goldust did guest commentary for the match and, afterwards, was scared from ringside along with Marlena after Paul Bearer brought a gold casket to the ring

Taped 4/29/96; Sioux City, IA
5/13/96 - included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with the Undertaker & Paul Bearer which was interrupted by Goldust and Marlena, with Mankind attacking Taker from behind moments later and applying the Mandible Claw; featured footage of the WWF's tour of Kuwait in which Davey Boy Smith attacked Shawn Michaels on the beach, dragging him into the ocean:
Ahmed Johnson defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Zip (w/ Sunny & Skip) by pinning an interfering Skip with the Pearl River Plunge, with the referee not noticing it wasn't the legal man
Vader (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Duke Drose with the Vader Bomb
Justin Bradshaw (w/ Uncle Zebakiah) pinned Aldo Montoya with the lariat; after the bout, Aldo was branded
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley at around the 20-minute mark in a non-title match after reversing an attempt at the Pedigree with a backdrop, then hitting the superkick; late in the contest, Mr. Perfect came ringside and stole Helmsley's valet; after the bout, Jim Ross informed Davey Boy Smith backstage that Michaels would be doing guest commentary during Smith's match the following week against Jake Roberts

Taped 4/29/96; Sioux City, IA
5/20/96 - included footage from the previous night's show at Madison Square Garden, focusing on the Godwinns winning the tag team titles from the Body Donnas; featured footage of Ahmed Johnson winning the Kuwaiti Cup Tournament; included Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with Paul Bearer in which Mankind came out and attacked the casket which the Undertaker was laying in, eventually destroying it with a steel pole as Goldust and Marlena came out to hold off Bearer:
Steve Austin (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Marc Mero (w/ Sable) via disqualification when Savio Vega interfered, hitting Austin in the back with the Caribban strap as Austin was perched on the top rope; after the bout, Mero took slight exception to the loss
Savio Vega pinned the 1-2-3 Kid (w/ Ted Dibiase); after the bout, Steve Austin and the Kid double teamed Savio, trying him up with the Caribbean strap, and letting Dibiase put the chauffer's hat on Vega's head
Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette, Clarence Mason, & Diana Hart Smith) fought Jake Roberts to a no contest when Smith attacked Shawn Michaels, who was doing guest commentary for the bout, on the floor after Michaels grabbed Jim Cornette, who was also doing commentary; prior to the bout, Cornette stated that Michaels would not be able to do commentary since Mason had written up a 100-yard restraining order on behalf of Diana Hart Smith; this brought out WWF President Gorilla Monsoon who agreed that it was a valid document before ordering Diana backstage; Diana returned ringside late in the contest and threw a cup of water at Michaels, with Michaels grabbing Cornette soon thereafter

5/27/96; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium
5/27/96 - included highlights from the 'blacked out' portion of the previous night's pay-per-view which were not televised; featured Ted Dibiase challenging Savio Vega to face Steve Austin in a rematch of their Caribbean Strap Match, with Dibiase's WWF career at stake:
KOTR Qualifying Match: The Ultimate Warrior fought WWF IC Champion Goldust (w/ Marlena) to a double count-out in a non-title match when Goldust tried to leave ringside and was attacked in the aisle by the Warrior; after the bout, Jerry Lawler attempted to retrieve the director's chair for Marlena but the Warrior grabbed it instead, destroying it in the ring
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns (w/ Sunny) defeated Skip & Zip in a non-title match when the momentum of a flying bodypress by Skip put Bart Gunn on top for the win; Hillbilly Jim did guest commentary for the bout until he ushered the Godwinns - who came ringside mid-way through the bout - backstage
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; after the match, Ahmed was taken backstage on a stretcher where he was eventually revived by Goldust, using mouth-to-mouth; moments later, an enraged Ahmed chased through the arena looking for Goldust (Ahmed's first TV loss) (Action Zone)

Taped 5/27/96; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium
6/3/96 - included an opening segment in which WWF President Gorilla Monsoon announced Ahmed Johnson would face Goldust for the IC title at the King of the Ring as a result of the previous week's altercation; featured the announcement that the Shawn Michaels / Davey Boy Smith rematch would take place at the King of the Ring; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Goldust; featured Clarence Mason calling in and stating that even though the lawsuit against Shawn Michaels was thrown out, he plans to sue Gorilla Monsoon for aggravated assault and battery:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Steve Austin defeated Bob Holly via submission with the Million $ Dream
Mankind defeated Barry Horowitz with the Mandible Claw; after the bout, Jim Ross interviewed Mankind at ringside
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Techno Team 2000 after Henry hit the Slop Drop; Sunny did guest commentary for the bout; during the match, the Body Donnas gave out an address to write to for those looking to become their new manager
KOTR Qualifying Match: Jake Roberts pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the DDT

Taped 5/27/96; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium
6/10/96 - included footage from a house show in Chicago the previous night; featured an in-ring interview with the Ultimate Warrior conducted by Jerry Lawler in which Lawler attempted to apologize for costing Warrior the match against Goldust several weeks back and offering a drawing of the Warrior as a present; after Warrior rejected the present and apology, Lawler smashed the framed picture over Warrior's head before fleeing backstage; featured Jim Cornette announcing that Clarence Mason's lawsuit against Gorilla Monsoon had been dropped in exchange for Camp Cornette being able to choose the referee for the Michaels / Smith rematch at King of the Ring:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Yokozuna by using the ropes for leverage after Yoko lost his balance while attempting the Bonzai Drop and fell to the mat; this was the first match in which Owen wore the cast on his arm; moments after the match, Jim Ross interviewed Yoko about the loss, with Yoko expressing the need to clear his mind and rethink things
KOTR Qualifying Match: Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Skip with a Frankensteiner off the top
Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette, Owen Hart, & Diana Hart Smith) defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via count-out when Mankind prevented Taker from reentering the ring after Taker rolled Smith back inside; after the match, Mankind continued to attack the Undertaker until referees swarmed the ringside area

Taped 5/27/96; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium
6/17/96 - included footage of Brian Pillman's WWF contract signing; featured footage from a recent house show in which Jim Ross was interviewing Davey Boy Smith in the ring before Shawn Michaels came out and the two had to be held apart by officials and fellow wrestlers; included a closing segment in which Jim Cornette announced that the special referee for the King of the Ring world title match would be Mr. Perfect:
KOTR Quarter-Finals: Steve Austin pinned Savio Vega with the Stunner at around 10:30; after the bout, Austin joined the commentary team for the next match (the debut of the Stone Cold Stunner) (Action Zone)
KOTR Quarter-Finals: Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Owen Hart with a reverse victory roll; after the bout, as Mero opened the ropes for Owen to leave, Owen hit Mero with the cast on his arm - knocking him off the apron to the floor and then knocking him out after a second blow
Hunter Hearst Helmsley fought Aldo Montoya to a no contest when Jerry Lawler, anxious to show off the tactics he planned to use on the Ultimate Warrior at the King of the Ring, attacked Aldo before Helmsley made his entrance; moments thereafter, after Montoya sustained the piledriver, Jake Roberts came out to make the save
Jake Roberts defeated WWF IC Champion Goldust (w/ Marlena) via reverse decision; Goldust had originally won the match via pinfall after throwing gold flakes into Roberts' eyes but referee Harvey Wippleman changed the call after seeing the substance on Jake's face after the match; moments thereafter, Jake hit the DDT on the champion

6/24/96; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Expo
6/24/96:
WWF IC Champion Ahmed Johnson pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the Pearl River Plunge in a non-title match; after the bout, Dok Hendrix interviewed Ahmed on being the first African-American IC champion in WWF history
Skip & Zip (w/ Kloudy) defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Jerry Fox when Fox was pinned; Sunny did guest commentary for the match
Vader, Owen Hart, & Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Cornette & Diana Hart Smith) defeated Aldo Montoya, Savio Vega, & Barry Horowitz when Montoya submitted to Hart�s Sharpshooter; Cornette did guest commentary for the bout
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Steve Austin via disqualification when Goldust, who came ringside moments earlier along with Marlena to do guest commentary, interfered

Taped 6/24/96; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Expo
7/1/96:
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) pinned Marty Jannetty (w/ Leif Cassidy & Jim Cornette) with the superkick
Mankind defeated Duke Drose via submission with the Mandible Claw; during the bout, Jake Roberts did guest commentary to scout Mankind � his opponent at International Incident; after the bout, Roberts took exception to Jerry Lawler�s barrage of insults directed towards him
Goldust (w/ Marlena) pinned Marc Mero (w/ Sable) with the Curtain Call after Mero became distracted by the women on the floor

Taped 6/24/96; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Expo
7/8/96 - included an opening segment in which WWF President Gorilla Monsoon announced that the Ultimate Warrior was indefinitely suspended for failing to appear at three recent house show events; Monsoon offered to allow Warrior to return if he posted an appearance bond to assure the fans he would in fact appear when advertised; featured a closing segment in which Shawn Michaels and Ahmed Johnson revealed to Jim Cornette and the world that their new partner in Warrior's place would be Psycho Sid (Sid's return after being gone since early in the year):
The Ultimate Warrior defeated Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification when Davey Boy Smith, who came ringside moments earlier, interfered - followed shortly thereafter by Vader; after the bout, Camp Cornette triple teamed Warrior before Vader dropped the Vader Bomb (Warrior's last TV match)
Savio Vega pinned Justin Bradshaw (w/ Uncle Zebakiah) with a spin kick; prior to the match, Brian Pillman was shown trying to take a swing at Savio with his crutch as Savio made his way to the ring; Pillman was quickly escorted from the area; during the bout, Jerry Lawler spoke to Mr. Perfect on the phone and asked him if he was going to be Shawn Michaels and Ahmed Johnson's new tag team partner
Davey Boy Smith & Vader (w/ Jim Cornette & Diana Hart Smith) defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) when Smith pinned Phinneas with the running powerslam after Vader interfered behind the referee's back

Taped 6/24/96; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Expo
7/15/96:
WWF IC Champion Ahmed Johnson pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Bart Gunn (w/ Sunny) with a spinebuster and the Pearl River Plunge at 11:28
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned TL Hopper with a right jab and left hand punch at around the 11:30 mark; prior to the bout, Goldust's usher came ringside and handed Sable a box
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn (w/ Sunny) with an elbow drop off the top and the superkick at around the 14 minute mark; after the bout, Jim Cornette baited Michaels and Ahmed Johnson into an ambush by throwing coffee into Ahmed's face, causing both men to chase him into the parking lot where they were attacked by Camp Cornette until Psycho Sid made the save

7/22/96; Seattle, WA; Key Arena
7/22/96:
Mankind defeated Freddie Joe Floyd via submission with the Mandible Claw
Goldust pinned Barry Horowitz with the Curtain Call; during the bout, Brian Pillman did guest commentary
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned the Goon with a legdrop over the top rope into the ring
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & WWF IC Champion Ahmed Johnson defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns (w/ Sunny) via disqualification when Farooq attacked Ahmed (Ron Simmons' surprise debut)

Taped 7/22/96; Seattle, WA; Key Arena
7/29/96:
Psycho Sid defeated Justin Bradshaw (w/ Uncle Zebakiah) via disqualification after about 45 seconds when Zebakiah hit Sid with a cowbell; after the bout, Sid hit the powerbomb on both men
Vader pinned Marc Mero (w/ Sable) with a powerslam as Mero came off the top
Davey Boy Smith (w/ Owen Hart) pinned Henry Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) with the running powerslam after Henry became distracted by Owen at ringside; Owen did guest commentary for much of the match
Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via count-out after Mankind came ringside and Taker stalked him backstage

Taped 7/22/96; Seattle, WA; Key Arena
8/5/96:
Jerry Lawler pinned Aldo Montoya at 2:34 after hitting two piledrivers; Lawler brought a mic into the ring for the early part of the match and did his own commentary; after the contest, Lawler forced Montoya to drink a bottle of liquor
Skip & Zip defeated Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy via disqualification at 8:48 when the Smoking Gunns interfered; after the bout, the Godwinns made the save
WWF IC Champion Ahmed Johnson won an 11-man battle royal at 16:03 by last eliminating Goldust; order of elimination: the Undertaker and Mankind by each other (0:09), Davey Boy Smith by Johnson (1:10), Justin Bradshaw by Psycho Sid (2:37), Owen Hart by Marc Mero (4:02), Mero by Goldust (4:32), Savio Vega eliminated himself (4:50), Sid by Steve Austin (11:38), Austin by Johnson & Goldust (13:46), and Goldust by Johnson; during the bout, Taker and Mankind appeared fighting in the crowd after their elimination; after the match, Ahmed was attacked by Farooq during an in-ring interview; due to pre-match stipulations, Ahmed earned a world title shot for the day after Summer Slam

Taped 7/22/96; Seattle, WA; Key Arena
8/12/96 - included an opening segment in which Vince McMahon announced WWF IC Champion Ahmed Johnson sustained a serious kidney injury at the hands of Farooq several weeks ago which was further aggrevated the previous week in the battle royal; featured a Sunny vignette in which she was shown preparing for the Bikini Beach Blast Off, which would air live on the Free For All immediately before Summer Slam; included a look at Farooq attacking Ahmed Johnson several weeks ago and the previous week after the battle royal, where Ahmed was said to have suffered internal bleeding; featured Kevin Kelly interviewing Ahmed at his home in Houston, Texas where Ahmed said he did not know if he would ever again be physically able to defend the WWF IC Title; included Mr. Perfect interviewing Bret Hart onboard the Wrestle Vessel about whether or not he would return to the ring, with Bret saying he would make his decision in 2 to 3 months; featured clips from the 8/9/96 Madison Square Garden show, including Mark Henry scaring Hunter Hearst Helmsley out of the ring after shoving him to the mat:
Farooq (w/ Sunny) pinned Skip at 4:34 with the Dominator; during the bout, a scroll appeared on the screen saying to stay turned to see what Vader had planned for Shawn Michaels (Farooq's in-ring debut)
Crush (w/ Clarence Mason) defeated Savio Vega via submission with a full nelson at 7:16; prior to the bout, Jake Roberts called in to the commentary table to tell Jerry Lawler he would get his revenge at Summer Slam; Mason did guest commentary for the bout and said that while Crush had been arrested on weapons and drug charges he was never convicted; during the match, a scroll ran across the screen saying to stay tuned to hear Bret Hart comment about his possible retirement (Crush's surprise return after more than an 18-month absence)
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated TL Hopper & Who when Henry pinned Who with the Slop Drop at 5:31; during the bout, Bob Backlund briefly joined the commentary team and said he was planning to bring someone into the WWF to be WWF Champion and act as a better role model than Shawn Michaels; after Backlund left ringside, McMahon spoke with WWF President Gorilla Monsoon about the WWF IC Title, with Monsoon saying the title was now vacant and a tournament would begin the following week to determine the new champion
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) pinned Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) at 9:05 in a non-title match following two superkicks after dropkicking an interfering Vader off the ring apron; after the bout, Vader brutalized the champion and twice hit the Vader Bomb before Michaels was pulled out of the ring by officials

8/19/96; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
8/19/96:
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Owen Hart defeated Davey Boy Smith via count-out at 10:00 when Smith got into an argument with Sunny at ringside, who was doing guest commentary for the bout
Vader pinned Freddie Joe Floyd at 4:35
In a 'Sudden Death Battle Royal', the winner of which would earn a world title shot during Raw Championship Friday, Goldust defeated Psycho Sid, Steve Austin, and Savio Vega at 8:55 by last eliminating Savio
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Yokozuna with the superkick at 6:02 after avoiding a legdrop

Taped 8/19/96; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
Raw Championship Friday - 9/6/96 - included Mark Henry as a guest of the King's Court in which he accepted Jerry Lawler's challenge to face him in the ring; featured Bob Backlund announcing that the Iron Sheik would be the trainer for Backlund's protege, who had yet to debut:
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Psycho Sid pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the powerbomb; during the match, Mr. Perfect came ringside to take Helmsley's female escort
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Marc Mero defeated Steve Austin via disqualification when Austin pulled the referee in front of Austin as Mero was coming back into the ring; Brian Pillman did guest commentary for the match in which he stated he would produce Bret Hart at the upcoming In Your House event
Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Alex Porteau via submission with the Mandible Claw
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario) pinned Goldust (w/ Marlena) with a moonsault press off the top after avoiding the Curtain Call; prior to the bout, the Undertaker cut an insert promo about his Final Curtain match against Goldust at In Your House "Mindgames;" during the match, brief clips were shown from Michaels' Playgirl photo shoot; Mankind was shown backstage during the match in which he said he had a surprise for Michaels; after the bout, Mankind ran through the crowd and into the ring but Michaels escaped both Goldust and Mankind, with Paul Bearer then climbing in the ring and smiling at Michaels (Best of Raw Vol. 2 UK)

Taped 8/19/96; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
9/9/96 - included Jim Ross announcing contract negotiations were going on between Diesel & Razor Ramon and the WWF:
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter-Finals: Farooq Asad (w/ Sunny) pinned Savio Vega with the Dominator at 13:37; after the bout, Psycho Sid came to the ring and had a face-to-face confrontation with Farooq before officials seperated the two
Barry Windham pinned TL Hopper with the superplex at 3:28 (Windham's return after a 7-year absence)
Crush (w/ Clarence Mason) pinned Freddie Joe Floyd with the heart punch at 2:41; Mason did guest commentary for the match
The Undertaker pinned Salvatore Sincere with the chokeslam and the tombstone at 9:55; Goldust & Marlena cut an insert promo during the match regarding Goldust's Final Curtain match against Taker at In Your House "Mindgames;" during the bout, Ross said there had been a snag in negotiations between the WWF and Razor Ramon but negotiations were going well with Diesel

Taped 8/19/96; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
9/16/96 - featured Jim Ross announcing that Diesel & Razor Ramon would be on Raw the following week; included a public workout with Jim Cornette and preliminary wrestler Tony Williams in which Williams briefly dominated Cornette before Vader came to the ring and brutalized him; featured footage of Bret Hart during the WWF's tour of South Africa in which he called Brian Pillman a liar for saying Bret would be at In Your House:
The Sultan (w/ Bob Backlund & the Iron Sheik) defeated Jake Roberts via submission with the Camel Clutch at 3:04; Roberts was distracted for the duration of the bout by Jerry Lawler, who was doing commentary at ringside (the Sultan's debut)
Bob Holly & Alex Porteau defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns (w/ Sunny) in a non title match when Holly pinned Billy Gunn with a roll up after the champions became distracted by Owen Hart, Davey Boy Smith, and Jim Cornette at ringside
WWF IC Title Tournament Semi-Finals: Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Owen Hart at 9:26 by pulling the cast off Owen's arm and hitting him with it; prior to the bout, Jim Ross - who left ringside earlier in the braodcast - returned with Pat Patterson who verified Ross' claims to having Diesel & Razor on the show next week and said he would be the guest referee for the tournament finals the following week; WWF President Gorilla Monsoon argued during the match Scott Hall and Kevin Nash would not be appearing and Ross was misleading the audience (Owen's last appearance on TV with the cast)
WWF IC Title Tournament Semi-Finals: Farooq Asad (w/ Sunny) defeated Psycho Sid via disqualification when Sid hit Farooq over the back with a steel chair three times

9/23/96; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena
9/23/96:
WWF IC Championship Title Tournament Finals: Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Farooq (w/ Sunny) with the Shooting Star Press to win the vacant title at 14:50 after hitting him with Sunny's loaded purse; during the bout, Sunny was ejected from ringisde after choking Mero on the mat but returned ringside late in the match to give Farooq the weapon; after the match, Mero was congratulated in the ring by Mr. Perfect, who did commentary for the bout, and it was revealed that a brick was hidden in the purse; Pat Patterson was the referee for the contest (Sunny)
Vader pinned Henry Godwinn with the moonsault
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Skip & Zip after Hart locked on the Sharpshooter; during the bout, ECW's Taz briefly interrupted the contest by walking around the arena floor with a sign that read "Sabu Fears Taz"
Barry Windham pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the superlex after Helmsley became distracted by Mr. Perfect at ringside

Taped 9/23/96; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena
9/30/96 - featured a vignette of Mankind & Paul Bearer in a graveyard preparing for Mankind's Buried Alive match against the Undertaker; included an in-ring promo by Hunter Hearst Helmsley in which he challenged Mr. Perfect to a match; featured a segment hosted by Dok Hendrix in which it was revealed the Roadie was the "Real Double J" and sang on behalf of Jeff Jarrett at the July 1995 In Your House; included a vignette of the Undertaker in the same graveyard Mankind & Bearer were at earlier, with Taker saying he would bury Mankind alive; featured the announcement Psycho Sid would face Goldust the following week:
Steve Austin pinned Jake Roberts with the Stunner at around the 10-minute mark after Jerry Lawler left the commentary table and spat alcohol in Roberts' face moments after Roberts hit the DDT on Austin; during the bout, it was announced Austin would face Savio Vega at In Your House "Buried Alive" and Ross said he had recently spoken to Bret Hart who was upset over some of the recent comments made by Austin; after the match, Austin and Lawler double teamed Roberts until Savio Vega made the save with a leather strap
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Jason & Jared Grimm at 4:24 when Phinneas pinned Jason with the Slop Drop; prior to the bout, it was announced WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & Owen Hart would defend against the Smoking Gunns at In Your House "Buried Alive; " Hunter Hearst Helmsley did guest commentary for the bout; during the match, Mr. Perfect cut a backstage promo in which he accepted Helmsley's challenge and would even give him a few weeks to train
Savio Vega defeated Razor Ramon II via disqualification at around 9:30 when Diesel II came ringside and pulled the top rope down as Savio ran the ropes, with Savio falling to the floor; WWF President Gorilla Monsoon did guest commentary for the bout and confronted Ross about his bringing in "Razor Ramon" and "Diesel;" during the bout, Hendrix was shown outside Razor & Diesel's locker room and tried to speak with Diesel but he wasn't in the lockerroom; after the match, Razor dropped Savio with the Razor's Edge and Diesel hit him with the powerbomb
Vader & Jim Cornette defeated WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & Jose Lothario at around 9:30 when Vader pinned Michaels with a powerbomb and the Vader Bomb; prior to the bout, footage of Michaels appearing at Macy's in New York City the previous Saturday on behalf of Rock the Vote; after the match, Vader attempted a second Vader Bomb but Psycho Sid made the save; the show went off the air as Michaels and Sid fought off Vader and Goldust

Taped 9/23/96; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena
10/7/96:
WWF IC Champion Marc Mero defeated Diesel II via disqualification in a non-title match at 8:15 when Razor Ramon II interfered
The Smoking Gunns defeated Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy following the Sidewinder on Cassidy
The Sultan defeated Aldo Montoya via submission with the Camel Clutch
Psycho Sid pinned Goldust with a chokeslam and the powerbomb; Sid and Vader got into a brawl after the match

Taped 9/23/96; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena
10/14/96:
Vader pinned Phinneas Godwinn with the Vader Bomb
Jake Roberts pinned Jerry Lawler with the DDT; Jake pretended to be drunk throughout the match before surprising Lawler with the finisher
Freddie Joe Floyd defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley via count-out when Helmsley left ringside and attempted to attack Mr. Perfect in the aisle
Farooq pinned Alex Porteau with the Dominator
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Steve Austin via disqualification when Vader interfered; Psycho Sid, Michaels, and Savio Vega fended off Austin and Vader after the match

10/21/96; Ft. Wayne, IN; War Memorial Coliseum
10/21/96 - included Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with Bret Hart in which Hart stated that he was back in the WWF and had agreed to face Steve Austin at the Survivor Series; several of the heels, with Steve Austin standing in front, were seen watching the interview backstage; after Hart agreed to the match, Brian Pillman jumped in excitement until Austin turned around and stared him down (Hart's return after a 7-month absence):
Psycho Sid defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart via disqualification when Davey Boy Smith interfered; after the match, Shawn Michaels made the save
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated the Smoking Gunns
Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned WWF IC Champion Marc Mero (sub. for Mr. Perfect) (w/ Sable & Mr. Perfect) to win the title with the Pedigree after Mr. Perfect grabbed a steel chair away from the challenger and hit Mero in the head with it; Perfect was to have made his in-ring return after a 3-year absence but was attacked backstage earlier in the show after Helmsley ran a cart into Perfect's leg; prior to the bout, WWF President Gorilla Monsoon announced that Perfect was not cleared to wrestle due to the injury but Perfect said Mero had volunteered to take his place in the match; Helmsley then objected, saying he wasn't obligated to wrestle Mero and that he would only do so if the IC title was on the line; Perfect then agreed on behalf of Mero that the title would be at stake and Monsoon allowed the match to take place; after the bout, Perfect and Helmsley celebrated the victory; later that weekend during Livewire, Monsoon announced he had revoked Perfect's wrestling license indefinately

Taped 10/21/96; Ft. Wayne, IN; War Memorial Coliseum
10/28/96 - featured the announcement that Brian Pillman, recovering from injuries sustained from Steve Austin the day before during WWF Superstars, would be interviewed at his home the following week; moments later, Austin threatened to be there as well:
Jesse Jammes pinned Salvatore Sincere
Crush pinned Aldo Montoya
Billy Gunn pinned Freddie Joe Floyd
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith via disqualification when Owen Hart interfered; Psycho Sid made the save

Taped 10/21/96; Ft. Wayne, IN; War Memorial Coliseum
11/4/96 - included live footage of Kevin Kelly interviewing Brian Pillman, recovering from the attack sustained at the hands of Steve Austin the week previous during WWF Superstars, and his wife Melanie at their home in Walton, KY during which it was said Steve Austin was circling the neighborhood, with Pillman then displaying a 9mm handgun and implying he would shoot Austin if he came through the door; later in the show, Austin arrived at the home and beat up two men outside before smashing his way through the front door; the live feed went out just as Austin barged in the living room and Pillman pointed the gun at him; when the feed returned, Pillman was seen being held back, with Austin then returning and being held back; as the show came to a close, Pillman was heard screaming "Let him go, I'm going to kill that son of a bitch!" and "You don't know who you're fucking with!" (Pillman's last appearance for 5 months) (Brian Pillman: Loose Cannon):
Goldust fought Barry Windham to a double disqualification
The Sultan defeated Alex Porteau via submission with the Camel Clutch
Razor Ramon II pinned Marc Mero

Taped 10/21/96; Ft. Wayne, IN; War Memorial Coliseum
11/11/96:
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & Psycho Sid
Mankind defeated Freddie Joe Floyd with the Mandible Claw
Steve Austin pinned Bob Holly

11/18/96; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
11/18/96 - included Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with new WWF World Champion Psycho Sid regarding the events of the previous night as well as defending the title against Bret Hart at the next In Your House:
Steve Austin defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Beareer) (sub. for Vader) via disqualification in a no holds barred match when Paul Bearer went backstage to send the Executioner out to make the save for Mankind; after the bout, the Undertaker came to the ring and sent Mankind and the Executioner to the floor before being sent to the floor himself by Austin following a clothesline (Mick Foley: Hard Knocks & Cheap Pops)
Farooq (w/ Clarence Mason & PG-13) pinned Savio Vega after interference from the Nation and use of a 2x4; prior to the bout, Ahmed Johnson was seen sitting in the crowd; Sunny did the ring introduction for the match before joining the commentary team at ringside; after the bout, Ahmed came ringside and cleared the ring of the Nation by using the 2x4 before cutting a promo on them
Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon defeated Leif Cassidy & Bob Holly when LaFon pinned Cassidy with a piledriver suplex

Taped 11/18/96; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
11/25/96 - included Shawn Michaels & Jose Lothario live via satellite from San Antonio in which Michaels commented on losing the WWF Title and his plans to regain it:
Bret Hart defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart (w/ Clarence Mason) via disqualification when Steve Austin interfered and hit Bret over the back with a steel chair as the Sharpshooter was being applied; after the bout, Austin and Owen double teamed Bret and placed his ankle in a steel chair before Davey Boy Smith came out to take it off; as Owen and Davey had words, Austin again put Bret's ankle in the chair before Davey again took it off; moments later, Austin hit Smith in the back with the chair before leaving the ring
The Executioner (w/ Paul Bearer & Mankind) defeated Freddie Joe Floyd via submission with the Asian spike
Rocky Miavia pinned Salvatore Sincere with a shoulder breaker; Sunny did guest commentary for the bout
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) defeated Billy Gunn via disqualification when Hunter Hearst Helmsley, who came ringside moments earlier, entered the ring and helped in double teaming Mero; after the bout, Jake Roberts came out to make the save (the match was held twice at the taping with the same finish)

Taped 11/18/96; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
12/2/96:
Flash Funk pinned the Goon with a somersault leg drop
Diesel II pinned Phinneas Godwinn with the powerbomb
Justin Bradshaw pinned Jesse Jammes with the lariat
Marc Mero & Jake Roberts defeated WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley & Billy Gunn when Mero pinned Helmsley with the Shooting Star Press after Gunn walked out of the match, following several altercations with his partner

Taped 11/18/96; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
12/9/96:
WWF World Champion Psycho Sid defeated WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley via count-out
Goldust pinned Bart Gunn
Jesse Jammes pinned Justin Bradshaw
The Undertaker pinned Mankind

12/16/96; Tampa, FL; Ice Palace
12/16/96:
Vader fought Steve Austin to a no contest
Diesel II & Razor Ramon II defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn
Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon defeated TL Hopper & Doctor X
Bart Gunn defeated Billy Gunn via referee's descretion after Billy received a 'stinger'

Taped 12/16/96; Tampa, FL; Ice Palace
12/23/96:
Marc Mero defeated WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley via count-out
Rocky Miavia pinned Salvatore Sincere
Pierroth & Cibernetico defeated Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy
Bret Hart defeated Razor Ramon II via submission with the Sharpshooter

12/30/96; Albany, NY; Knickerbocker Arena
12/30/96:
Bret Hart & Savio Vega defeated Steve Austin & Farooq via disqualification when Crush and PG-13 interfered; the match was originally Jesse Jammes & Vega against Austin & Farooq but Hart came in after Austin injured Jammes; after the bout, Ahmed Johnson made the save
WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Flash Funk
Jerry Lawler defeated Goldust via count-out after Hunter Hearst Helmsley came ringside and kidnapped Marlena

1997

Taped 12/30/96; Albany, NY; Knickerbocker Arena
1/6/97 - included Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with WWF World Champion Psycho Sid regarding his title defense against Shawn Michaels at the Royal Rumble; moments later, Michaels came out and jumped on the announce table:
Mankind pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart with a piledriver after Owen hit the turnbuckle
Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon defeated Razor Ramon II & Diesel II when Furnas pinned Razor with a clothesline off the top
Vader pinned Bret Hart with the Vader Bomb after Steve Austin interfered and executed the Stunner on Hart outside the ring; Shawn Michaels did guest commentary for the bout; after the match, Psycho Sid was shown backstage where he hit the powerbomb on Pete Lothario, resulting in Michaels running backstage; the show went off the air as Michaels and Jose Lothario attented to Pete

Taped 12/30/96; Albany, NY; Knickerbocker Arena
1/13/97:
Jerry Lawler & WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Goldust (w/ Marlena) & Marc Mero (w/ Sable) via disqualification when Goldust trapped Helmsley in the ring ropes and refused to stop choking him
Rocky Miavia defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith (w/ Clarence Mason) via count-out after Steve Austin interfered and clipped Bulldog on the floor and executed the Stone Cold Stunner; Bret Hart did guest commentary for the bout and, following Austin's interference, ran backstage; Owen Hart, who came out to make sure Bret didn't interfere in the match, missed the interference due to arguing with Bret at ringside
The Undertaker defeated Crush (w/ the Nation) via disqualification when the Nation and Vader interfered after Taker hit the chokeslam; after the bout, Vader hit two Vader Bombs on Taker while, moments later, Ahmed Johnson attempted to clear the ring of the Nation with a 2x4 before Farooq gained possession of the 2x4 and nailed Ahmed over the back with it

1/20/97; Beaumont, TX
1/20/97 - included Bret Hart quitting as a result of the lack of support he was receiving from WWF officials after being screwed out of his world title match with Sid as well as a win at the previous night's Royal Rumble; featured WWF President Gorilla Monsoon stating that, although Steve Austin won the Royal Rumble, due to the controversial nature of the win Austin would not earn a title match at WrestleMania and then announced that Austin, Bret Hart, the Undertaker, and Vader would compete for the #1 contendership at the following pay-per-view event; the announcement was enough incentive for Bret Hart to stay with the company:
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon in a non-title match
Farooq pinned Bart Gunn
The Undertaker defeated Steve Austin via disqualification

Taped 1/20/97; Beaumont, TX
1/27/97:
Crush pinned Ahmed Johnson
WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated Doug Furnas
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated Vader & Mankind via count-out

Taped 1/31/97; Toronto, Ontario; Skydome
2/3/97:
Vader defeated Steve Austin via disqualification at 8:13 after Austin kicked the referee and hit the Stunner; before the match, Bret Hart attacked Austin
Savio Vega (w/ the Nation) pinned Flash Funk at 4:21 after Funk missed a moonsault
Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith via count-out at 14:30 after Owen injured himself after being thrown to the floor
Crush (w/ the Nation) pinned Goldust (w/ Marlena) with the heart punch after Savio Vega interfered and hit a spin kick on Goldust as Goldust prepared to hit the curtain Call
WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Marc Mero at 13:57 after using a foreign object; this was mentioned as Mero's last shot at Helmsley's title; both Sable and Mr. Hughes were banned from ringside for the bout
The Undertaker & Ahmed Johnson defeated Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) & Farooq (w/ the Nation) in a No Holds Barred match at 10:29 when Taker pinned Mankind with a tombstone onto a steel chair after Vader's interference backfired; moments earlier, Ahmed chased Farooq and the Nation to the back

2/13/97; Lowell, MA; Memorial Auditorium
Thursday Raw Thursday - 2/13/97 - included the infamous monologue by WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels in which he relinquished his title due to injury and claimed to have lost his smile; after declaring the title vacant, WWF President Gorilla Monsoon announced that the winner of the Final Four match that Sunday would become the new champion; Psycho Sid was to have met Michaels for the title on this night but instead was granted a title shot against the new chamion for the following week's edition of Monday Night Raw:
Rocky Miavia pinned WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley at 15:30 to win the title with an inside cradle
The Headbangers defeated Aldo Montoya & Bob Holly at 5:43 when Montoya was pinned following the Stage Dive; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the match
The Undertaker pinned Savio Vega (w/ the Nation) with the chokeslam at 8:50; after the bout, the Nation attacked the Undertaker until Ahmed Johnson made the save
Steve Austin defeated Psycho Sid via disqualification at 3:45 when Bret Hart attacked Austin; after the match, Hart and Sid had to be held apart by officials
Farooq & Crush defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith via count-out at 10:24 after Owen was tossed to the floor and seemed to injure his knee
Bret Hart pinned Vader at 5:20 after Vader missed the moonsault; earlier in the match, Steve Austin attacked Hart on the floor and then headed to the balcony to verbally berate Bret during the closing moments of the contest

2/17/97; Nashville, TN; Arena
2/17/97:
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) defeated Savio Vega (w/ the Nation) via disqualification when the Nation chased Sable into the ring; moments thereafter, Ahmed Johnson made the save by clearing the ring with a 2x4
WWF IC Champion Rocky Miavia pinned Leif Cassidy with the shoulder breaker
The Headbangers defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 4:02 when Thrasher pinned Jeff following the Stage Dive; during the bout, Farooq and the Nation were shown backstage with Jim Ross interviewing Farooq from the commentary table about his feud with Ahmed Johnson; during the promo, Farooq said he wanted his match with Ahmed at WrestleMania to be a Chicago Streetfight
WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart pinned Flash Funk (w/ the Funkettes) with a leg lariat and having Davey Boy Smith hold down Funk's leg from the outside after Smith, who came ringside mid-way through the bout and ordered Clarence Mason backstage, hit Funk with Owen's Slammy; during the bout, Jerry Lawler spoke to Paul Heyman on the phone - who called in to accept Lawler's offer of having ECW wrestlers onhand for the following week's edition of Raw
Bart Gunn defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley via count-out when Goldust chased Helmsley into the crowd; during the bout, the Honkytonk Man did guest commentary
Psycho Sid pinned WWF World Champion Bret Hart with the powerbomb to win the title after Steve Austin interfered and hit the champion with a chair as Hart had the Sharpshooter applied; the bout was to have taken place earlier in the show on two seperate occasions but was postponed due to interference by Steve Austin both in the ring and backstage; during the bout, Hart used the ringpost figure-4 for the first time on TV; after the bout, the Undertaker - who had been named earlier in the broadcast as the #1 contender - came to the ring to confront the man he would face for the title at WrestleMania

2/24/97; New York City, NY; Manhattan Center
2/24/97 - featured in-ring action from the stars of ECW after being invited to Raw the previous week by Jerry Lawler:
The New Blackjacks defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn when Windham pinned Phinneas following Bradshaw's lariat, even though Phinneas' foot was on the bottom rope during the cover; after the match, the Godwinns hit a Slop Drop on the referee
Stevie Richards (w/ Super Nova, the Blue Meanie, & 7-11) pinned Little Guido following the Stevieknife powerbomb and Stevie Kick; Paul E. Dangerously did guest commentary for the match
Marlena defeated Sunny via disqualification in an arm wrestling contest
Goldust defeated Savio Vega (w/ the NOD) via disqualification in an impromptu match when Crush interfered; after the bout, Miguel Perez Jr. - who had been doing guest commentary for the bout - sent Vega out of the ring with a missile dropkick
Taz (w/ Bill Alphonso & Team Taz) defeated Mikey Whipwreck via submission at 3:33 with the Tazmission; during the bout, Farooq cut an insert promo on facing the Undertaker later in the show and his ongoing feud with Ahmed Johnson; late in the bout, Sabu lept off the Raw sign onto Taz' entourage and attempted to get at Alphonso but was soon dragged off by Team Taz; Paul Heyman did guest commentary for the bout (Before they Were Superstars 2)
The Legion of Doom fought the Headbangers to a double count-out; after the bout, Road Warrior Hawk hit the flying clothesline on one of the Headbangers (LOD's surprise return match after more than a four-year absence)
Tommy Dreamer (w/ Beulah) pinned D-Von Dudley (w/ Bubba Ray Dudley) with a DDT onto a steel chair placed inside the ring after Beulah hit a low blow on D-Von after being dragged into the ring; after the bout, the Sandman made the save against the Dudleyz; in a post-match altercation, Paul E. - who did guest commentary for the bout - had to be restrained by the ECW contingent of Taz, the Eliminators, and the Sandman when Dangerously attempted to get at Jerry Lawler at the commentary table
The Undertaker defeated Farooq (w/ the NOD) via disqualification when Crush and Savio Vega interfered; after the bout, the Legion of Doom made the save; prior to the match, Farooq had words with Ken Shamrock who was sitting ringside (Shamrock's debut)

Taped 2/26/97; Berlin, Germany; Deutschlandhalle
3/3/97 - featured Vince McMahon and the Honkytonk Man doing ringside commentary while Jim Ross commentary was inserted in before the air date; included both Jerry Lawler and Paul Heyman calling in to speak with McMahon over the phone; Ahmed Johnson accepted Farooq's challenge for a streetfight at WrestleMania during an in-ring interview; Steve Austin cut an in-studio promo from Stamford, CT in which McMahon recapped his recent attacks on Bret Hart, wanting to know why he was so bitter:
Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Bret Hart via disqualification at 12:14 when Bret pushed the referee after tying his opponent upside down in the corner; after the match, Hart had a confrontation with Chyna who came into the ring and challenged Hart to fight her; moments thereafter, officials held Chyna back as Hart left ringside
WWF IC Champion Rocky Miavia defeated Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 10:17 when Mankind interfered and hit Miavia with the urn as the two participants battled on the floor; after the bout, Vader brutalized Miavia until officials entered the ring
The sultan defeated Flash Funk via submission with the Camel Clutch at around the 5 minute mark (the bout began during the commercial break)
WWF World Champion Psycho Sid pinned Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) with the powerbomb at 13:19
WWF European Title Tournament Finals: WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart with a roll over out of a victory roll at 22:43 to become the first ever European Champion

RAW IS WAR

3/10/97; Worcester, MA; Centrum
Raw is War - 3/10/97 - the debut of the new 'Raw is War' format with a new stage, explosions to open the show, and an intro featuring Marilyn Manson's "The Beautiful People"; included Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with WWF World Champion Psycho Sid to begin the show, where Sid said he was reluctant to team with the Undertaker in the night's main event; moments later, Taker appeared and said he would take care of Vader & Mankind by himself if Sid was too scared; Paul Bearer, Vader, & Mankind then appeared, with Bearer calling Sid & Taker cowards; Taker & Sid then won a brief brawl over Vader & Mankind; featured Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with Ken Shamrock, during which it was announced he would be the guest referee for the Bret Hart / Steve Austin submission match at WrestleMania XIII; after Shamrock said he wasn't intimidated by anyone, Austin appeared on the Titantron and said Hart would defeat Sid the following week in their steel cage title match so that he could beat Bret for the title at WrestleMania; Hart then came out, told Shamrock he respected him, said he was sick of the injustices in the WWF and how everyone had screwed him, and said he would beat Sid for the title next week; included closing comments from Bret about his title shot the following week where he sarcastically said he got the match by crying to Gorilla Monsoon, after it was stated earlier in the show that all Bret does is cry and whine:
WWF IC Champion Rocky Miavia pinned Tony Roy at 1:38 with a flying bodypress; at the beginning of the match, the sultan, Mr. Bob Backlund, & the Iron Sheik appeared on the ramp, with Sheik & Backlund saying Sultan will win the IC title; after the contest, the sultan attacked the champion but Miavia cleared him from the ring and knocked Sheik & Backlund off the apron; moments later, Tony Atlas made a surprise appearance by coming out of the crowd to congratulate Miavia
Pierroth, Heavy Metal, & Pentagon defeated Latin Lover, Hector Garza, & Octagon
Ahmed Johnson pinned Roy Raymond with the Pearl River Plunge; during the bout, the Nation of Domination appeared on the stage; after the match, Farooq discussed his streetfight against Ahmed at WrestleMania and said he will bring the entire Nation with him; Ahmed then announced he would have the Legion of Doom with him at WrestleMania, with the LOD then coming out through the crowd and talking about the bout
Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith via disqualification in a non-title match at around the 5-minute mark after Smith shoved the referee
Miguel Perez pinned Leif Cassidy
Billy Gunn pinned Aldo Montoya
Goldust (w/ Marlena) pinned Tim McNeedy with the Curtain Call; after the bout, Chyna, who had been standing at the top of the ramp, began making her way to the ring, distracting Goldust & Marlena; moments later, Hunter Hearst Helmsley attacked Goldust from behind and double teamed him with Chyna until Marlena jumped on Chyna's back; referees eventually separated the two women, with Chyna throwing one referee into the others during the incident
Vader & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated the Undertaker & WWF World Champion Psycho Sid at 6:52 when Vader pinned the Undertaker after Sid powerbombed his partner after the two began fighting each other; after the bout, Sid saved Taker from sustaining the Vader Bomb; the Honkytonk Man did guest commentary for the match

3/17/97; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial
3/17/97 - included footage from a New Jersey press conference, with Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, about bringing the WWF back to the state; featured comments from WWF President Gorilla Monsoon confirming that the steel cage match later in the show would be a title match; included Kevin Kelly conducting an in-ring interview with Bret Hart, discussing his title shot later in the show and his submission match against Steve Austin at WrestleMania 13; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Shawn Michaels in which Michaels invited himself to appear at the Slammys and to sit ringside for the world title match at WrestleMania:
The Legion of Doom defeated Savio Vega & Crush (w/ the Nation) via disqualification at around the 9-minute mark when Farooq, who was barred from ringside, interfered and attacked the LOD with a nightstick; moments later, Ahmed Johnson, who was also barred from ringside, made the save with a 2x4; Farooq had attacked Ahmed backstage earlier in the show; during the match, footage was shown from the previous night's MSG show of the Nation attacking Ahmed after his match with Savio Vega; after the bout, the LOD hit the Doomsday Device on D-Lo Brown;
Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) pinned Flash Funk with the Pedigree at 5:47; after the bout, both Helmsley and Chyna attacked Funk (the first time Chyna was referred to by that name)
Mini Goldust & Mascarita Sagrada Jr. defeated Mini Vader & Mini Mankind at 2:57 when Sagrada pinned Mankind with a roll up; after the bout, Sagrada chased Vader up the ramp, shoved him off the stage, and dove off onto him
The Sultan (w/ the Iron Sheik & Mr. Bob Backlund) defeated Mike Bell via submission with the Camel Clutch; WWF IC Champion Rocky Miavia did guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Tony Atlas came out of the crowd to hold Rocky back from fighting the Sultan
WWF Tag Team & European Champion Davey Boy Smith (w/ WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart) defeated Vader (w/ Paul Bearer & Mankind) via disqualification at around the 8-minute mark when Mankind attempted to interfere but Hart stopped him before he could; after the bout, Hart was double teamed until Smith made the save by knocking Bearer off the apron and hitting Vader and Mankind with the urn
Billy Gunn defeated Aaron Ferguson via submission with an armbar; after the contest, Ken Shamrock, who did guest commentary for the match, accepted a challenge from Gunn and took him down on a number of occasions using an armbar and ankle lock; moments later, Gunn threatened to go into the ring with a steel chair but was stopped by the referee
WWF World Champion Psycho Sid defeated Bret Hart in a steel cage match at 7:40 by escaping over the top after the Undertaker interfered and slammed the cage door into the challenger's face as Hart attempted to exit the cage, moments after Steve Austin interfered on behalf of Hart; after the bout, Vince McMahon attempted to interview Hart in the ring but Hart shoved McMahon to the mat after he made mention of Bret being frustrated, then responded by saying, "Frustrated isn't the god damn word for it. This is bullshit!"; after a brief tirade about how the WWF higher-ups were turning a blind eye to all the injustices Hart has sustained in recent weeks, Steve Austin appeared on the Titantron and said he wanted Bret to win the title but Hart was too much of a loser to do so; moments later, Psycho Sid came to the ring and he and Hart were about to come to blows but then the Undertaker appeared and Hart hit a tope through the ropes onto Taker; eventually, Austin came ringside and began stomping Hart on the outside as Taker and Sid fought in the ring to close the show, with referees and officials trying to seperate the four men

3/24/97; Rockford, IL; Metro Center
3/24/97 - featured the announcement to open the broadcast that Mankind was the #1 contender to the world title and would face the Undertaker for the title at the next In Your House; included comments from Mankind in the boiler room where he said his Uncle Paul had left him, telling him to please come back and not to make Mankind search for him; featured comments from Bret Hart on the Titantron in which he said he hoped to have all the time he wants to speak his mind later in the show; included footage from WWF Fashion Mania event in Chicago over the weekend; featured footage from before the broadcast of Vince McMahon conducting an empty-arena interview with WWF IC Champion Rocky Miavia and his father Rocky Johnson about what happened at WrestleMania; included footage from the Slammy Awards; featured comments from Ken Shamrock about his involvement in the submission match at WrestleMania, where he said he had no choice to stop the match when Steve Austin passed out and could no longer defend himself; included an in-ring segment with Bret Hart where he apologized to his fans all over the world for his actions the previous week, except the fans in America; Bret then said the American wrestling fans and their cheering of Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels disgust him and that the only reason he came back to the WWF was to clean it up as there were no role models in the company; during the segment, Hart mentioned that Michaels was not a role model because he posed for girlie or gay magazines; he then discussed in detail everything that has happened to him since returning at the Survivor Series and how he has been screwed by everyone and the American fans can kiss his ass; Michaels then interrupted and said the fans buy tickets to cheer or boo whomever they want; after Hart told Michaels to get out of his face, Michaels said the only way Bret would know Shawn posed for girlie magazines was if he looked himself; as Michaels started to leave the ring, Hart attacked him from behind, targetting his knee, and applied the ringpost figure-4 until a number of referees pulled him away; Psycho Sid then appeared at ringside, with Bret quickly going backstage; featured Vince McMahon conducting a closing in-ring interview with WWF World Champion the Undertaker, which was interrupted by Paul Bearer coming ringside and Mankind appearing on the Titantron; the show ended before anything could happen between the three:
The Headbangers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith & Owen Hart via disqualification at around the 12-minute mark after Smith shoved the referee; after the match, the champions got into an argument, began fighting each other, and had to be separated by officials; moments later, Hart challenged Smith for the European title, calling him a gutless coward; Smith accepted and told Owen it would be the only shot he would receive; during the match, it was announced the Legion of Doom would get a tag team title shot at the next In Your House
Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) pinned Bart Gunn with the Pedigree at 7:16 after Chyna bodyslammed Bart on the floor
Venum, Super Nova, & Discovery defeated Hysteria, Abysmo Negro, & Maniaco in a AAA match at 4:13 when Nova pinned Negro with a hurricanrana off the top
Flash Funk pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the somersault splash off the top; the Honkytonk Man did guest commentary for the match
WWF IC Champion Rocky Miavia pinned Leif Cassidy in a non-title match with a crossbody off the top; after the bout, Bret Hart, who did guest commentary for the bout, attacked Miavia and left ringside
Ahmed Johnson defeated Savio Vega (w/ the Nation) via disqualification at around the 8-minute mark when Crush pulled Savio out of the ring as Ahmed signalled for the Pearl River Plunge; after the bout, Ahmed challenged the Nation to a match where if he could beat one member then the Nation would be forced to leave the WWF; the challenge was never accepted or rejected; during the bout it was announced Farooq suffered a punctured lung and a separated shoulder and was hospitalized following the streetfight at WrestleMania 13

Taped 3/25/97; Peoria, IL
3/31/97:
WWF European Champion & Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith fought WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart to a no contest when Bret Hart stopped the match, reunited with his brother, and formed the Hart Foundation
El Mosco pinned Super Nova
Jesse Jammes pinned Jerry Fox
Savio Vega & Crush defeated Adam O'Brien & Rod Bell
Goldust defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley via disqualification
WWF IC Champion Rocky Miavia defeated Bret Hart via disqualification when Hart refused to release the ringpost figure-4; Steve Austin made the save until the rest of the Hart Foundation came down, which prompted the Legion of Doom to come ringside as well

4/7/97; Muncie, IN; Worthen Arena
4/7/97:
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn when Owen pinned Henry following a blow behind the referee's back
Steve Austin pinned Billy Gunn (w/ the Honkytonk Man) with the Stunner after avoiding a clothesline; after the bout, Honky tried to convince Gunn to be his protege but was punched in the mouth
The Headbangers defeated Freddie Joe Floyd & Barry Horowitz when Trasher pinned Floyd following the Stage Dive
Ken Shamrock defeated Vernon White via submission in an exhibition 'shoot fight'; White was a graduate from Shamrock's Lion's Den, although that was not mentioned on television
Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Frank Stiletto with two Vader Bombs and a powerbomb
Steve Austin (sub. for Psycho Sid) fought Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer & Vader) to a no contest when Owen Hart & the British Bulldog interfered but were held at bay by the Legion of Doom and Vader's interference backfired

Taped 4/9/97; Johannesburg, South Africa
4/14/97:
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated the Legion of Doom at 9:00 after Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith interfered and Bulldog hit Road Warrior Animal with his title belt (4/7/97; Muncie, IN; Worthen Arena)
Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) pinned Jesse Jammes at 14:52 with the Pedigree after the Honkytonk Man, who was doing commentary for the bout, tripped Jammes; after the contest, Honky revealed that his new protege would be at In Your House the following Sunday; moments later, Jammes challenged HTM to a fight then and there but Honky thought better of it
Savio Vega (w/ Crush and one other Nation member) pinned WWF IC Champion Rocky Miavia in a non-title match at 17:35 with a roll up and using the ropes for leverage after avoiding the shoulderbreaker; after the bout, Ahmed Johnson made the save against the Nation
Goldust defeated the Sultan (w/ the Iron Sheik) via disqualification at 13:00 when Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Chyna interfered and, with the Sultan, triple teamed Goldust
Vader & Mankind defeated the Headbangers via disqualification at 5:45 when Mosh sprayed a substance into Mankind's eyes, blinding him to the point where he mistakingly applied the Mandible Claw on his tag team partner (4/7/97; Muncie, IN; Worthen Arena)
Ahmed Johnson pinned Crush at 11:30 with a roll up after Crush missed the heart punch; after the bout, Farooq challenged Ahmed to face both he, Savio, and Crush in one night and if Ahmed were victorious the Nation would disband

4/21/97; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena
4/21/97:
The Sultan (w/ the Iron Sheik) defeated Ahmed Johnson via disqualification after Ahmed used a 2X4 to scare off the Nation at ringside before turning his attention to his opponent and using the weapon
Steve Austin fought Bret Hart to a no contest in a streetfight following interference from Davey Boy Smith, Owen Hart, Shawn Michaels, and after several referees had to break Austin's Sharpshooter on Hart; after the match, Hart was loaded into an ambulance where Austin was laying in wait to attack again
Tiger Ali Singh pinned Salvatore Sincere with a spinning heel kick (Tiger's TV debut)
Rockabilly (w/ the Honkytonk Man) pinned Jesse Jammes with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll; after the match, Honky gave Jesse Jammes a guitar shot to the head
WWF World Champion the Undertaker defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) via disqualification when Mankind came into the ring with a blow torch and attempted to set the champion ablaze; after Taker and Mankind took their fight into the crowd, Goldust and Marlena (who were sitting ringside wearing streetclothes) ambushed Triple H and Chyna

4/28/97; Omaha, NE; Civic Center
4/28/97 - included Steve Austin chasing off Brian Pillman, Owen Hart, and Davey Boy Smith with an axe handle as the three prayed in the ring for Bret Hart's speedy recovery; featured Bret Hart, now in a wheelchair, cutting an in-ring promo on America and Steve Austin; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Steve Austin in which Austin cut a promo on facing the Undertaker for the title before Bret Hart appeared on the Titantron to promise that Austin wouldn't leave the arena under his own power:
Flash Funk pinned Rockabilly (w/ the Honkytonk Man) at 4:42 with a hurricanrana into a cradle after Rockabilly collided with Honky on the ring apron; after the bout, Rockabilly smashed his guitar over Funk's head
The Legion of Doom defeated Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon at 3:47 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Furnas with a clothesline off the top after Furnas prevented LaFon from sustaining the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Jim Ross interfered Furnas & LaFon in the ring where they complained that the illegal man was pinned and demanded a rematch
Owen Hart pinned WWF IC Champion Rocky Miavia with a leg backslide at 8:26 to win the title; prior to the bout, Owen dedicated the match to his injured brother Bret who, along with Davey Boy Smith, watched the match from the stage
Vader pinned Jesse Jammes at 1:34 with the Vader Bomb; during the bout, Vader's actions during the recent episode of 'Good Morning Kuwait' were discussed; after the bout, Jim Ross interviewed Vader regarding the incident overseas and when Vader took exception to JR's tone, Ken Shamrock came to the ring and took Vader down with a waistlock suplex
Goldust (w/ Marlena) defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) via count-out at 7:49 when Marlena threw powder in Chyna's face, blinding her, and Chyna lifted Helmsley in a choke outside the ring, thinking he was Goldust
WWF World Champion the Undertaker defeated European Champion Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at 4:08 in a non-title match when Owen Hart interfered as Taker prepared to hit the tombstone; after the bout, Steve Austin came to the ring, fought off Owen Hart, then hit the Stunner on the champion; moments later, Austin sustained the chokeslam from Taker before going after Bret who was at the top of the ramp; as Austin prepared to attack Bret, Jim Neidhart came from the back and assisted in sending Austn off the stage to the floor where he was later put on a stretcher (Neidhart's surprise debut after more than a 2-year absense)

5/5/97; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena
5/5/97 - featured a segment focusing on the real-life background of Dustin & Terri Runnels, with Dustin talking about growing up in the shadow of his father Dusty, the harrassment he took early on as Goldust, and having to deal with other wrestlers - Scott Hall mentioned as one - not wanting to work with him; during the segment, Dustin said he hasn't spoken to his father in over 2 years but he loved him:
Rockabilly (w/ the Honkytonk Man) defeated Ahmed Johnson via disqualification at 3:57 when Ahmed hit Rockabilly with his own guitar
Vader pinned Goldust (w/ Marlena) with the Vader Bomb at 8:22
Ahmed Johnson defeated Crush (w/ the Nation) in a gauntlet match; Crush defeated jobber #1 with a press slam gutbuster in 28 seconds; Crush defeated jobber #2 with a heart punch at 1:17; a third masked jobber hits the Pearl River Plunge and gets the pin in 10 seconds; after the match, he unviels himself to be Ahmed
Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon defeated the Legion of Doom at 7:54 after Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith interfered and Owen dropped Road Warrior Hawk throat-first over the top rope, with LaFon getting the pin
Steve Austin pinned WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith in a non-title match following the Stunner at 13:02

5/12/97; Newark, DE; Bob Carpenter Center
5/12/97:
KOTR Quarter-Finals: Ahmed Johnson defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) via disqualification when Chyna interfered and hit Ahmed with a steel chair
Scott Putski pinned Leif Cassidy with a suplex; after the bout, Putski won a brief brawl with an incensed Cassidy
The Legion of Doom defeated PG-13 following the Doomsday Device on both Wolfie D and JC Ice; after the bout, the Nation left their fallen teammates behind
WWF World Champion the Undertaker defeated Savio Vega (w/ the Nation) via disqualification in a non-title match when Farooq interfered after the champion hit the tombstone and began whipping Taker with his belt
Rob Van Dam pinned Jeff Hardy with a split-legged moonsault at 2:29; prior to the bout, Jerry Lawler introduced RVD to the crowd, nicknaming him �Mr. Monday Night�, and then both he and RVD cut an anti-ECW promo (RVD�s WWF debut) (Before They Were Superstars Vol. 1, Rob Van Dam: One Of A Kind)
WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated the Headbangers, the New Blackjacks, and Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon in an elimination match; order of elimination: Furnas & LaFon, Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw by the Headbangers via interference from Furnas & LaFon who remained ringside, the Headbangers

5/19/97; Mobile, AL; Civic Center
5/19/97:
KOTR Quarter-Finals: Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) (sub. for Vader) pinned Crush; Vader was taken out of the match due to injuries sustained against Ken Shamrock at 'Cold Day in Hell'; Helmsley was allowed another spot in the tournament because he was not properly instructed prior to his match with Ahmed Johnson the previous week that he could be eliminated via disqualification and thus threatened the WWF with legal action
Bob Holly pinned WWF IC Champion Owen Hart with an inside cradle in a non-title match
Scott Taylor pinned Leif Cassidy
Rockabilly defeated Goldust via disqualification when Goldust used Gunn's guitar as a weapon
Farooq pinned Rocky Miavia
Steve Austin defeated Jim Neidhart via disqualification when Brian Pillman, who was doing guest commentary, hit Austin with a crutch at 1:51; after the bout, Shawn Michaels made the save for Austin against Davey Boy Smith and Owen Hart; Austin and Michaels began to brawl after fending off the Hart Foundation (Best of Raw Vol. 6)

5/26/97; Evansville, IN; Roberts Memorial Stadium
5/26/97 - included an opening in-ring interview in which the Legion of Doom came out to confront Shawn Michaels & Steve Austin, with the four men agreeing to a title match the next week if Michaels & Austin won the championship later that night; featured Vince McMahon interviewing Steve Austin, who was backstage, with Austin being jumped by Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith before officials could break it up; included Part 2 of the Jim Ross / Mankind interview, which focused on the 'Dude Love' character featured in Mick Foley's home video as well as the story of how he hitchhiked to see Snuka vs. Muraco at Madison Square Garden:
The Legion of Doom defeated Brian Pillman & Jim Neidhart via disqualification at 4:24 when Owen Hart and Davey Boy Smith interfered as Pillman was set up for the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Shawn Michaels and Steve Austin made the save before brawling with one another (Best of Raw Vol. 6)
D-Lo Brown (w/ Farooq, Crush, & Savio Vega) pinned Bob Holly at 3:09 with a Tiger Bomb
KOTR Quarter-Finals: Jerry Lawler pinned Goldust (w/ Marlena) at 5:19 with his feet on the ropes; after the match, Goldust knocked Lawler all the way down the ramp
Rocky Miavia pinned Flash Funk at 3:34 with a crossbody off the top after the Headbangers came ringside, with one of them hitting Funk with his boombox
Ahmed Johnson pinned Vader with a spinebuster at 3:05; had Vader won, he would have earned Ahmed's spot in the KOTR tournament; Ken Shamrock did guest commentary for the match
Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) pinned Rockabilly (w/ the Honkytonk Man) at 3:16 with the Pedigree after Chyna blocked Honky's interference and hit him with his own guitar
Steve Austin & Shawn Michaels defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith to win the titles at 13:25 when Austin pinned Smith after Michaels hit the superkick behind the referee's back; after the bout, Austin grabbed his title belt and left ringside to attack Bret Hart on the ramp while Smith, Owen, Brian Pillman, and Jim Neidhart attacked Michaels inside the ring;  during the bout, Bret, Pillman, and Neidhart watched on from the ramp ; if the champions had won, they would defend the titles as scheduled against the Legion of Doom at the King of the Ring but if the challengers won then they would defend against the LOD the following week (Best of Raw Vol. 6, The Monday Night War)

6/2/97; Huntington, WV; Civic Center
6/2/97:
Farooq (w/ Crush, Savio Vega, & D-Lo Brown) pinned Ahmed Johnson at 3:08 after the Undertaker came ringside and sent Farooq into Ahmed, who then crashed into the ring steps; in a post-match altercation, Taker hit the chokeslam on Ahmed (Best of Raw Vol. 6)
WWF IC Champion Owen Hart defeated Bob Holly via submission with the Sharpshooter at 3:17 after blocking a Frankensteiner into a powerbomb
Goldust (w/ Marlena) pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) with a roll up at 3:48 after Triple H collided with Chyna on the apron
The Legion of Doom defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Shawn Michaels via count-out at 10:13 as the champions began fighting each other on the floor (Best of Raw Vol. 6)
KOTR Quarter-Finals: Mankind pinned Savio Vega (w/ Crush & D-Lo Brown) at 3:01 after Crush accidentaly hit Savio in the back of the head
WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Psycho Sid at 4:47 in a non-title match following a flying clothesline and the tombstone; after the match, the Nation attacked both men (Best of Raw Vol. 6)

6/9/97; Hartford, CT; Civic Center
6/9/97:
The Legion of Doom & Ahmed Johnson defeated Farooq, Crush, & Savio Vega
WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith fought Goldust (w/ Marlena) to a double count-out; after the bout, Ken Shamrock made the save for the challenger (Best of Raw Vol. 6)
The Headbangers defeated Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon
Rob Van Dam defeated Flash Funk
Psycho Sid pinned WWF IC Champion Owen Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) in a non-title match with the chokeslam; Ken Shamrock did guest commentary for the bout and, late in the contest, hit a belly to belly suplex on Neidhart on the floor (Best of Raw Vol. 6)
Rockabilly defeated Bart Gunn
Mankind (sub. for Steve Austin) defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification when the Hart Foundation interfered; after the bout, Austin and Ken Shamrock made the save before Austin hit Shamrock with the Stunner (Best of Raw Vol. 6)

6/16/97; Lake Placid, NY
6/16/97 - included Vince McMahon and Jim Ross commenting on the off-screen backstage fight the previous week between Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels and it was announced Michaels would be out for 4-6 weeks as a result of the incident; due to Michaels' absence, a tag team tournament would be conducted to determine who will face Steve Austin and a partner of his choice for the titles:
Tag Team Tournament Quarter Finals: WWF IC Champion Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw at 3:35 when Smith pinned Windham after Owen interfered
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned Phinneas Godwinn at 3:37 with the Pedigree after Phinneas was distracted by Chyna on the ring apron and kissed her; after the bout, Henry Godwinn came ringside and scolded Phinneas for the loss
Chris Candido defeated Brian Christopher via disqualification when Rob Van Dam and Jerry Lawler interfered; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the bout; Paul Heyman did guest commentary for the match and let it be known for the first time that Brian Christopher was Jerry Lawler's son, which prompted Lawler to come ringside and slap Heyman before entering the ring
Goldust (w/ Marlena) pinned Jim Neidhart with an uppercut and cradle at 3:47; mid-way through the bout, Davey Boy Smith came ringside to be in Neidhart's corner; after the bout, Bulldog's music accidentally played instead of Goldust's
Steve Austin defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification at 11:45 when WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, who was handcuffed to a ring post alongside WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith, and Jim Neidhart, uncuffed himself and interfered; moments later, the remainder of the Hart Foundation joined in attacking Austin until Mankind, Goldust, and Ken Shamrock made the save; after the Harts were cleared from the ring, Shamrock and Austin brawled until the Legion of Doom appeared and helped Goldust break up the fight; moments later, Goldust told Austin to stop the in-fighting and that if the Hart Foundation wanted a 5-on-5 match then he, the LOD, Shamrock, and Austin were the team to accept the challenge; Austin then said he would only do it because he knew WWF President Gorilla Monsoon wouldn't let him face the Harts by himself (Best of Raw Vol. 6, Brian Pillman: Loose Cannon)
Tommy Rogers defeated Bobby Fulton at 2:48; Fulton played the heel in the match; Sable was the guest ring announcer for the bout
Tag Team Tournament Quarter Finals: The Headbangers defeated Jerry Lawler & Rob Van Dam at 3:37 after the Sandman interfered and used his cane to hit a low blow on Jerry Lawler; both Paul Heyman and Tommy Dreamer were seen in the front row during the match; after the bout, RVD attacked Dreamer and Heyman before the Sandman made the save, with RVD escaping through the crowd
Farooq & Kama (w/ D-Lo Brown) defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) & Ahmed Johnson when Kama pinned the Undertaker at 6:07 after Ahmed refused to tag in to his partner, allowing the Undertaker to fall victim to a pinfall; after the bout, Ahmed hit the Pearl River Plunge on Taker before joining the NOD on the stage and raising his fist in solidarty; prior to the bout, Farooq stated that two new NOD members would be introduced; Kama was the first, Ahmed the second; during the bout, the commentary team pondered who would be the second choice and listed the Junkyard Dog, Abdullah the Butcher, Mr. Hughes, and Butch Reed as possibilities (Best of Raw Vol. 6)

6/23/97; Detroit, MI; Cobo Arena
6/23/97:
Ken Shamrock defeated Rockabilly
The Legion of Doom defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn
Flash Funk fought Sabu (w/ Bill Alphonso) to a double count-out at 4:38 when Sabu set up a table on the floor, laid Flash across it, and hit an Asai moonsault off the middle rope onto the table as the bell rang; moments later, Sabu jumped from the top rope and hit a legdrop onto Flash, breaking the table; after the bout, Sabu left through the crowd; Paul Heyman did guest commentary for the match to help promote ECW Hardcore Heaven 97
Mankind defeated WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith via disqualification in a non-title match at 4:09 after the champion used a chair; after the bout, Mankind applied the Mandible Claw on Smith (Best of Raw Vol. 6)
WWF IC Champion Owen Hart (w/ Brian Pillman) defeated Goldust (w/ Marlena) and Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) by pinning Goldust; Goldust originally won the match by pinning Owen with the Curtain Call but the champion had his foot on the bottom rope and Gorilla Monsoon had the bout restarted; Pat Patterson was the guest referee for the bout (Best of Raw Vol. 6)
Brian Christopher pinned Scott Taylor
WWF Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Farooq & D-Lo Brown (w/ Kama) defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker & Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) when Farooq pinned Vader after the Undertaker hit his partner; after the bout, Vader and the Undertaker brawled, with the champion eventually hitting the tombstone (Best of Raw Vol. 6)

6/30/97; Des Moines, IA
6/30/97 - included comments from Ahmed Johnson, recovering from the torn tendon he sustained the previous week during the brawl between DOA and the Nation, in which he said he would be coming for the Undertaker when he was healthy and would make him pay for sending the DOA out to injure him before their scheduled match at Canadian Stampede; featured Jerry Lawler discussing a recent Sunny photo shoot for Raw Magazine in which she was seen with Brian Pillman and said that the magazine was now available; included a preview of the "Cause Stone Cold Said So" home video in which Steve Austin was shown impersonating Hulk Hogan while in ECW; featured a pre-taped backstage promo from WWF World Champion the Undertaker in which he said tonight would be the worst night of his life because of the secret Paul Bearer would share with the fans and asked the fans to allow him to tell his side of the story; included Japanese wrestling footage of the Great Sasuke to promote his appearance at Sunday's Canadian Stapede; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Paul Bearer, with a female fan jumping the rail and being taken away by security before the segment began, during which Bearer told the story of the Undertaker, how his family was killed in a house fire, and that he blamed Taker for their deaths; included the first clue on how to win the Summer Slam Million $ Giveaway; featured a backstage promo from the Undertaker in which he gave his version of Paul Bearer's story and said he was held back by firefighters when he came home and saw his house on fire and how that experience made him the Undertaker:
Ken Shamrock pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) with a belly to belly suplex at 4:42 after Helmsley became distracted by Mankind on the rampway; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Shamrock's UFC career; after the match, Mankind scared Helmsley from the ring (Best of Raw Vol. 6 UK)
WWF Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Farooq & D-Lo Brown (w/ Kama) defeated the Legion of Doom at 3:02 when Farooq pinned Road Warrior Hawk after Henry Godwinn, who watched the entirety of the match with Phinneas Godwinn on the entrance stage, hit Hawk in the back of the head with his slop bucket after D-Lo sustained the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Vince McMahon conducted an in-ring interview with Farooq, who complained that he, Kama, or D-Lo should be Ahmed Johnson's substitute at Canadian Stampede against WWF World Champion the Undertaker instead of Vader; after Farooq began insulting Crush and Savio Vega, Vega appeared on the entrance stage and said he came for revenge and wasn't alone; moments later, three men appeared to help Savio brawl with the Nation inside the ring; just as officials regained order in the ring, the four members of DOA drove to the ring on motorcycles and continued the brawl; referees, road agents, and uniformed security guards helped in breaking the fight up; after the commercial break, Michael Cole interviewed Vega and his three men backstage in which they referred to themselves as Los Boricuas (the surprise debut of Los Boricuas) (Best of Raw Vol. 6 UK)
Brian Christopher pinned Scott Putski at 3:38 with a roll over after Jerry Lawler got up from the commentary table and grabbed Putski's foot as Putski held Christopher up in the air; prior to the bout, archived WWF footage was shown of Ivan Putski, along with more recent clips of Lawler; after the match, Christopher and Lawler double teamed Putski and hit a spike piledriver; moments later, as Putski was helped backstage by officials, Lawler and Christopher cut an in-ring promo telling Putski to go home to his daddy
Brian Pillman defeated Mankind via count-out at 9:03 when Mankind chased an interfering Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Chyna backstage with a chair, moments after Helmsley accidentally hit Pillman in the back with the chair on the floor after Mankind moved out of the way; Mankind came to a ring wearing a sign around his neck which read "Pick Me Steve" as a message to Steve Austin to pick him to be his new tag team partner; prior to the contest, a pre-recorded statement from Pillman was shown in which he sarcastically apologized for attacking a fan on Shotgun Saturday Night, for which he was fired from doing commentary on the show; before the match began, Mankind gave Jim Ross a present at ringside, a prosthetic Mandible Claw hand; during the bout, McMahon spoke with Steve Austin backstage about what he thought of Mankind's campaigning to be his tag team partner, with Austin saying Mankind sucks but at the same time no one was going to take the tag team belts off he and his partner, whoever that may be
WWF Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: WWF IC Champion Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated the Headbangers at 4:08 when Owen scored the pin; prior to the bout, footage of the Headbangers appearing on W-ABC TV New York was shown; during the match, Bret Hart called in and discussed his return to the ring Sunday at Canadian Stampede and how the opposing team would be treated by the Calgary crowd; after the match, Jim Cornette appeared on the stage and told Owen & Davey that he had a team that couldn't make the tag team tournament but wanted a fight; he then brought out the unintroduced Squat Team who brawled with the Headbangers and Owen & Davey; Owen & Davey quickly left the area and the Headbangers were eventually laid out by the Squat Team following a top rope moonsault (Cornette's surprise return after a 6-month absence)
Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) fought Rockabilly (w/ the Honkytonk Man) to a no contest when Rockabilly broke his guitar over Vader before the match began, with Vader shrugging it off and assaulting Rockabilly until the Undertaker ran out and brawled with Vader; moments later, Taker held Bearer on the floor and slapped him around to force him to tell the fans the truth, with Bearer then saying Kane was still alive
Steve Austin defeated Jim Neidhart via disqualification at 10:33 when Bret Hart, who was said to be in Calgary earlier in the show but was seen attacking Ken Shamrock backstage mid-way through the match, attacked Austin; after the bout, Bret put Austin the ringpost figure-4 until Mankind came out and applied the Mandible Claw, with the remainder of the Hart Foundation coming down to beat Mankind off Bret (Best of Raw Vol. 6 UK)

7/7/97; Edmonton, Alberta; Northlands Coliseum
7/7/97:
The Great Sasuke pinned Taka Michinoku at 5:46
Savio Vega fought Crush to a double count-out at 2:24 after other members of the DOA and Los Boricuas began brawling at ringside
WWF Tag Team Title Tournament Finals: WWF IC Champion Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated Farooq & D-Lo Brown via count-out at 6:50; due to pre-match stipulations, Hart & Smith would face Steve Austin & a mystery partner for the titles the following week
Brian Christopher defeated Eric Shelley
Steve Austin pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the Stunner
Bret Hart pinned Goldust by blocking a sunset flip at 10:21; after the bout, the Hart Foundation brawled with the Legion of Doom and Ken Shamrock

7/14/97; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum
7/14/97 - included the return of Shawn Michaels after a month's absence; featured the debut of the Patriot; included Paul Bearer announcing that he would prove the following week that the Undertaker's brother Kane was still alive:
Ivan & Scott Putski defeated Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher at 4:55 when Ivan pinned Lawler with the Polish Hammer; prior to the bout, Ivan sang in the ring (Ivan's one-match return after a 10-year absence) (Best of Raw Vol. 7 97, The Most Powerful Families of Wrestling)
Taka Michinoku pinned Tajiri
Miguel Perez & Jose Estrada Jr. defeated the Headbangers
Ken Shamrock defeated Jim Neidhart via disqualification
The Legion of Doom fought Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw to a no contest
Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Flash Funk with the powerbomb at 4:11; after the bout, Vader hit a Vader Bomb on Flash
Steve Austin & Dude Love (mystery partner) defeated WWF IC Champion Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith to win the vacant WWF Tag Team titles when Dude pinned Smith after Austin hit the Stunner behind the referee's back; after the bout, several Dudettes came in the ring to celebrate the win; Austin was prepared to wrestle the match as a handicap bout but Dude appeared on the Titantron and offered his services (Dude's debut)

7/21/97; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Metro Centre
7/21/97:
Vader (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Ken Shamrock via count-out at 7:02 after Davey Boy Smith attacked Shamrock in the aisle and hit the running powerslam on the ramp (Shamrock's first TV loss) (Best of Raw Vol. 7 97)
Brian Christopher pinned Brian Walsh with a neckbreaker from the top at 3:53
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw and the Headbangers at 5:25 when Phinneas pinned Barry Windham after Henry hit him with a slop bucket
Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated the Patriot via count-out at 3:04 when the Patriot left the ring to fight off the Hart Foundation at ringside; Bret Hart and Vince McMahon got into a scuffle during the match after it was revealed Shawn Michaels would referee the world title match at Summer Slam
Goldust (w/ Marlena) defeated Farooq (w/ Kama) via disqualification when Kama interfered at 3:24
Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker, WWF Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Dude Love in a flag match when Bret captured his team's flag after Brian Pillman prevented the Undertaker from grabbing the American flag (Best of Raw Vol. 7 97)

7/28/97; Pittsburgh, PA; Civic Arena
7/28/97:
Crush fought Farooq to a double disqualification
Devon Storm defeated Ace Darling
The Truth Commission defeated Jesse Jammes, Flash Funk, & Bob Holly
The Legion of Doom defeated Savio Vega & Miguel Perez via disqualification
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Dude Love via count-out when Owen Hart interfered
Vader fought Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) to a no contest when Mankind, disguised as a video cameraman, attacked Triple H before the match was able to begin
Goldust fought Rockabilly to a no contest
The Patriot pinned Bret Hart with a roll up after Shawn Michaels, who was doing guest commentary for the bout, distracted Hart from ringside (Best of Raw Vol. 7 97)

8/4/97; Bethlehem, PA; Stabler Arena
8/4/97 - this was the first episode to begin at 8:57 instead of 7:57pm; included the announcement that Sgt. Slaughter is the new commissioner before Slaughter ordered that Bret Hart defend the title against the Patriot at In Your House 'Ground Zero'; included Shawn Michaels cutting a heel promo on the fans on how he shouldn't be held accountable for the result of Summer Slam's main event:
Ken Shamrock pinned Kama
Taka Michinoku pinned Brian Christopher
Hunter Hearst Helmsley fought Vader to a double count-out
The Patriot pinned the Sultan (w/ the Iron Sheik) at 1:45 with the full nelson slam; after the bout, the Patriot brawled with Bret Hart around ringside (Best of Raw Vol. 7 97)
Ahmed Johnson pinned Chainz
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated the Headbangers
Bob Holly defeated Brian Pillman via count-out; since Pillman lost, he had to continue wearing a dress due to the stipulations of his Summer Slam match with Goldust
WWF Tag Team Champion Dude Love pinned Owen Hart after Steve Austin interfered and hit Owen with his own Slammy trophy; Bret Hart, who was doing guest commentary for the bout, interfered on behalf of Owen moments earlier - which prompted Austin to come ringside (Best of Raw Vol. 7 97)

8/11/97; Biloxi, MS
8/11/97 - included Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with Shawn Michaels to begin the show where Michaels was heckled by chants of 'Shawn is Gay' before he stated that he had a new insurance policy to watch his back, since he was on the hit list of every WWF official; featured footage from Bret Hart's return to Toronto, now as champion; featured a confrontation between the Patriot and Bret Hart in which the Patriot was attacked by Owen Hart, Davey Boy Smith, and Brian Pillman; included a vignette on Brakkus:
The Legion of Doom defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn in a country whipping match at 3:47; pre-match stipulations stated that the losers would be the ones who were sent out of the ring; late in the bout, Road Warrior Animal used the slop bucket to hit both opponents, with Henry falling to the floor to end the match; during the bout, Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith did guest commentary
Scott Putski pinned Tony Williams at 3:33 with the Polish Hammer
Flash Funk pinned Brian Pillman at 3:17 after Goldust and Marlena came ringside and distracted Pillman by showing him putting his dress on backstagae before the match; due to pre-match stipulations, Pillman would continue wearing a dress when he wrestled in TV until he won a match (Best of Raw Vol. 7 97)
The Patriot & Ken Shamrock (mystery partner) defeated Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith at 11:17 when the Patriot pinned Smith after hitting the full nelson slam onto a steel chair; late in the bout, Bret Hart came ringside but was held at bay by WWF Commissioner Sgt. Slaughter (Best of Raw Vol. 7 97)
Farooq pinned Chainz at 3:02 after Rocky Miavia interfered and hit a Rock Bottom on Chainz; pre-match stipulations stated that the other members of the Nation and DOA were barred from ringside; after the bout, Miavia was officially welcomed into the Nation
Shawn Michaels pinned Mankind with the superkick at 11:00 after Rick Rude hit Mankind in the head with a chair; Rude came ringside late in the match, making his debut as Michaels' "insurance policy"; Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Chyna came ringside earlier in the bout; after the match, the Undertaker came out before Paul Bearer appeared on the Titantron and reminded Taker that Kane was on his way (Rude's surprise return to the WWF after a 7-year absence) (Best of Raw Vol. 7, DeGeneration X Shopzone exclusive DVD)

8/18/97; Atlantic City, NJ; Convention Center
8/18/97:
Owen Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated the Legion of Doom
Flash Funk defeated Brian Christopher
Jesse Jammes defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification at 1:47 after Goldust interfered and dropped an elbow on Jammes in order to get Pillman disqualified; after the bout, Pillman issued a challenge to Goldust for a match at Ground Zero; Goldust said no but Marlena accepted the match on his behalf after Pillman said that Goldust and Marlena's daughter Dakota was his love child (Best of Raw Vol. 7 97)
The Patriot pinned Vader
The Undertaker & Mankind defeated Shawn Michaels (w/ Rick Rude) & Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification after Michaels hit Taker twice in the head with a steel chair, busting him open (Best of Raw Vol. 7, DeGeneration X Shopzone exclusive DVD)

9/8/97; Cincinatti, OH
9/8/97:
WWF World Champion Bret Hart fought Vader to a no contest in a No Holds Barred match at 11:10 when Davey Boy Smith, the Patriot, and Owen Hart interfered - with Steve Austin eventually chasing the Hart Foundation backstage with a chair
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (sub. for two unknowns they jumped before the bout) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Headbangers in a non-title match at 3:05 after Uncle Cletus came out of the crowd and hit one of the champions with a horseshue (Cletus� debut)
Max Mini pinned Piratita Morgan at 2:41 with a la magistral cradle
WWF IC Championship Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Owen Hart (w/ Bret Hart & Davey Boy Smith) defeated Goldust via disqualification at 2:09 after suffering a number of low blows; after the match, Austin again chased the Hart Foundation from the ring
Triple H defeated Savio Vega (sub. for the injured British Bulldog who was attacked before the bout by Shawn Michaels & Triple H) and the Patriot in a three-way bout at 17:04 when he pinned Vega with a roll up as Shawn Michaels, who was doing commentary, prevented the Patriot from breaking the cover

Taped 9/9/97; Muncie, IN; Worthen Arena
9/15/97 - Jim Ross opened the show by saying Vince McMahon, who was absent from the commentary table, was "on assignment;" featured Ross & Jerry Lawler interviewing Steve Austin backstage from the commentary table, with Lawler saying Owen Hart had a big surprise for Austin later in the show; included a commercial for the In Your House Ground Zero home video; featured Lawler interviewing Steve Austin in the ring with WWF World Champion Bret Hart, Owen Hart, & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith coming out and Owen serving Austin with a restraining order stating Austin couldn't be within 100 feet of Owen; moments later, as Lawler looked over the paper work, Austin dropped him with the Stunner; Jim Cornette then took over Lawler's spot at the commentary table; included Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with Shawn Michaels, with Michaels explaining his attack on Davey Boy Smith the previous week was because he wanted Smith's WWF European title so he could be the only man to hold all four major titles in the WWF (World, IC, Tag, Euro); moments later, Michaels spoke about his upcoming Hell in a Cell match with the Undertaker, with Taker briefly appearing on the big screen behind a chain link fence and issuing a warning to Michaels; Michaels then said he made Taker bleed at Ground Zero and he would make him bleed at Badd Blood:
WWF IC Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Ken Shamrock pinned Farooq at 2:43 with a belly to belly suplex; during the contest, Shamrock began bleeding from the mouth following a spinebuster; after the match, Farooq dropped Shamrock with the Dominator and the remainder of the Nation joined in attacking Shamrock until the Legion of Doom made the save; moments later, it was announced Shamrock & LOD would face the Nation at In Your House Badd Blood
Taka Michinoku pinned El Pantera at 3:59 with the Michinoku Driver (El Pantera's TV debut)
The Legion of Doom defeated Recon & Sniper (w/ the Interrogator & the Commandant) via disqualification at 3:44 when the Interrogator interfered and broke Road Warrior Hawk's cover after Recon sustained the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Ken Shamrock attempted to make the save but the Nation came out and asissted the Truth Commission in beating down Shamrock and the LOD; moments later, referees and officials broke up the fight
Max Mini & Mr. Lucky defeated Piratita Morgan & El Torito at 6:55 when Mini pinned Morgan with a top rope headbutt; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the bout
WWF IC Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Brian Pillman (w/ Marlena) defeated Dude Love via disqualification at 4:46 when Dustin Rhodes, who had been barred from the arena by Sgt. Slaughter, jumped out of the crowd and attacked Pillman until he was held back by referees and officials, with Pillman then escorting Marlena backstage; prior to the bout, Ross interviewed Marlena at ringside during which she said she missed her daughter and her family; Dude Love was preparing to hit the Sweet Shin Music when Rhodes interfered
The Patriot pinned Owen Hart at 10:37 with a roll up after Steve Austin walked up on the ring apron and tore up the restraining order Owen served him earlier in the show; during the bout, it was announced the Patriot would team with Vader to face WWF World Champion Bret Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith in a flag match at In Your House Badd Blood; after the match, Owen grabbed the mic and ordered several policemen to arrest Austin but Austin casually left through the crowd; after the commercial break, the policemen were shown looking for Austin backstage
WWF Tag Team Champions the Headbangers defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at 12:45 when Smith used an American flag from a fan at ringside as a weapon; Smith had scored the pin earlier in the bout over Mosh with the running powerslam, however the decision was later overturned since Mosh was the illegal man; after the match, Vader and the Patriot made the save for the tag team champions

9/22/97; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
9/22/97 - featured an opening segment showcasing many of the historic MSG moments with clips of Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, Bruno Sammartino, Gorilla Monsoon, Jimmy Snuka, Superstar Billy Graham, Andre the Giant, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth; NY Athletic Commission Chairman Floyd Patterson was in attendance for the show; included the showing of still photos from the Shawn Michaels / Davey Boy Smith European title match at One Night Only; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with the Undertaker regarding his upcoming Hell in a Cell match against Shawn Michaels, during which it was announced the winner would face the WWF World Champion at the Survivor Series; moments later, Michaels came out on the stage to interrupt, with his newly won European title, complained about the WWF stacking the deck against him and said he doesn't lay down for anyone; included a commercial for the One Night Only home video; featured a clip from the Jimmy Snuka / Don Muraco steel cage match at MSG from October 1983; included a tribute to the passing of Dick "Bulldog" Brower; featured a clip of the Andre / Big John Studd bodyslam challenge at WrestleMania; included an in-ring promo by Michaels until the Undertaker came out, with Triple H jumping Taker from behind and allowing Michaels to assault Taker with a steel chair; moments later, Rick Rude came out and joined in attacking Taker but Taker eventually grabbed the steel chair away and scared Michaels and Triple H from ringside:
WWF IC Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Ahmed Johnson pinned Rocky Miavia at 4:58 with the Pearl River Plunge; Farooq, D-Lo Brown, & Kama escorted Rocky to the ring but were ordered backstage by Sgt. Slaughter before the match began; prior to Ahmed's introduction, it was announced Ken Shamrock was injured and would be replaced in the tournament by Farooq; during the match, Capt. Lou Albano briefly appeared at ringside; Ahmed appeared to injure his hand during the contest (Ahmed's TV return match after a several month absence)
The Legion of Doom defeated Farooq & Kama via disqualification at 2:32 when Rocky Miavia and D-Lo Brown interfered as the LOD attempted to hit the Doomsday Device on Farooq; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the bout; prior to the match, footage was shown of the LOD and Steve Doocey giving the weather report earlier in the day on Fox News; after the bout, Ahmed Johnson attempted to make the save for the LOD but was beaten down as well until officials and referees intervened
WWF IC Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Owen Hart defeated Brian Pillman (w/ Marlena) via disqualification at 7:12 when Goldust interfered, punched Owen in the face, and then went after Pillman until he was held back by referees, with Pillman then escorting Marlena backstage; prior to the match, Pillman came out with his arm in a sling and said he broke his arm while he was making Marlena squeal like a pig; moments later, Sgt. Slaughter came out and - after proving the injury was a fake - threatened Owen and Pillman with never again wrestling in the WWF unless they had their scheduled match; moments later, the commentary team announced that Marlena and Goldust would renew their wedding vows during the Oct. 6 Raw from Kansas city; after the bout, Owen cut an in-ring promo dedicating his win to his brother Bret, with Steve Austin then coming out and attacking Hart until he was held back by police; moments later, Vince McMahon left the broadcast booth and grabbed the mic to calm Austin down and prevent him from going to jail; Austin told McMahon he appreciated that and then dropped McMahon with the Stunner, with Austin then being placed in handcufs as officials and referees checked on McMahon
Cactus Jack (sub. for Dude Love) pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) in a streetfight at 13:40 following a piledriver through a wooden table; before the match, Jerry Lawler spoke with Rhonda Shear, of USA Up All Night, who sat ringside for the show; prior to the contest, Dude Love appeared on the Titantron, saying that streetfights just weren't his thing; after inviting out Mankind as a possible substitute, Mankind said that he had an idea for the perfect replacement - Cactus Jack (Cactus' surprise debut) (Mick Foley: Greatest Hits & Misses)
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Goldust via submission with the Sharpshooter at 12:50 in a non-title match after grabbing Goldust's foot as Goldust held it in the air to block a top rope elbow; prior to the bout, Hart cut an in-ring promo regarding facing either the Undertaker or Shawn Michaels at the Survivor Series; after the bout, Shawn Michaels - who appeared mid-way through the bout - and Triple H attacked Bret, with Davey Boy Smith, Owen Hart, and Rick Rude then coming out and joining in the bawl; moments later, the Undertaker appeared, helped clear the ring, and then hit a double chokeslam on Hart and Michaels to end the show

Taped 9/23/97; Albany, NY; Pepsi Arena
9/29/97 - featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview to open the show with WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Rick Rude, & Chyna regarding Michaels' upcoming Hell in the Cell match against the Undertaker at In Your House Badd Blood; after Triple H told McMahon he was better than all the "superstars" Vince had been pushing in recent years, Sgt. Slaughter came out and said Triple H would be facing the Undertaker later in the show; moments later, WWF World Champion Bret Hart, Davey Boy Smith, Jim Neidhart, and Owen Hart came out, with Bret saying Michaels and Triple H fired the first shot (by stealing the European title from Smith) and they would begin to pay for their crimes that night; included video and still shots from the Michaels / Smith European title match at One Night Only as well as the post-match altercation with Diana Hart Smith, Owen and Bret Hart; featured a commercial for the One Night Only home video; included an in-depth look at the college football career of Ron "Farooq" Simmons; featured a segment of Brian Pillman's XXX Files in which he was shown in bed with Marlena, during which Pillman said he would not wrestle Dude Love at Badd Blood unless Dustin Rhodes was handcuffed to the ringpost so he couldn't interfere (Brian Pillman: Loose Cannon); included an in-ring segment in which Steve Austin and Vince McMahon confronted each other about the previous week's altercation where Austin dropped McMahon with the Stunner; Vince said Austin had three options - to either show up next week with medical clearance to wrestle, to sign a document saying the WWF would not be liable for him stepping back into the ring, or Vince could fire him; Austin then said if Vince fired him next week then he would beat his ass on nation-wide TV; featured Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Owen Hart, wearing an "Owen 3:16" t-shirt and accompanied by a riot squad, in which he hoped Vince would make the right decision and get rid of Steve Austin; following the interview, one of the riot guards took off his helmet to reveal himself as Austin, slid in the ring, dropped Hart with the Stunner, and then escaped through the crowd; included footage of the Hell in a Cell structure being built:
Vader defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at around the 8:30 mark when WWF World Champion Bret Hart, Owen Hart, and Jim Neidhart interfered and attacked Vader after Smith sustained the Vader Bomb; after the bout, the Hart Foundation assaulted Vader with a Canadian flag pole and Bret locked him in the ringpost figure-4; moments later, the Patriot attempted to make the save but was beaten down as well and also locked in Bret's ringpost figure-4; before leaving the ring, the Hart Foundation layed Canadian flags across the bodies of Vader and the Patriot
WWF IC Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Farooq (w/ Kama, D-Lo Brown, & Rocky Miavia) defeated Ahmed Johnson (w/ Ken Shamrock & the Legion of Doom) via disqualification at 2:28 when Ahmed twice hit Farooq with the steel ring steps on the floor before punching referee Mike Chioda; Ahmed wore a heavily wrapped bandage around his right hand after it was sliced open by an exposed nail during his match with Rocky Miavia at Madison Square Garden; after the bout, Shamrock & the LOD cleared the ring of the Nation
Goldust pinned the Sultan (w/ the Iron Sheik) with the bulldog at 5:39; during the bout, Dude Love - who did guest commentary for the match - said that if he won his match against Brian Pillman at Badd Blood then Pillman would face Goldust in a No DQ match immediately thereafter
Jose Estrada & Jesus Castillo defated WWF Tag Team Champions the Headbangers via disqualification at around the 10-minute mark when the Godwinns and Uncle Cletus interfered and attacked the challengers to prevent the champions from losing their titles; prior to the match, it was announced Steve Austin would be at In Your House Badd Blood to present the IC title to the new champion and that the Godwinns would challenge the Headbangers for the titles at the pay-per-view; during the contest, it was announced Lou Thesz and Jack Brisco would be in attendance for the St. Louis event; after the bout, Savio Vega and Miguel Perez came out to send the Godwinns to the floor
The Undertaker defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels & Chyna) via disqualification at 1:52 when Rick Rude came ringside and hit the Undertaker with the steel briefcase as Taker attempted the tombstone; prior to the contest, Bret Hart and Davey Boy Smith attacked the Undertaker until the Patriot and Vader made the save; after the bout, the Undertaker broke free of a bodybag, stalked Michaels and Helmsley up the stage, and hit the tombstone on Helmsley onto the stage as Michaels climbed the Titantron to escape

10/6/97; Kansas City, MO; Kemper Arena
10/6/97 - This episode was scheduled to include a segment in which Dustin Rhodes and Marlena renewed their wedding vows but the segment was pulled immediately following the death of Brian Pillman; included an opening segment in which Vince McMahon announced that Brian Pillman was found dead the day before and then had the bell tolled 10 times as the WWF roster stood on the entrance stage; featured Michael Cole interviewing WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels, Triple H, & Chyna in which Michaels ended up cutting his own in-ring promo as Triple H and Chyna harassed Cole, with Michaels referring to himself as the man, the icon, the show stopper, and the main event; moments later, Michaels put over his win against the Undertaker the previous night and then went to show footage from the match; however, after a lengthy pause, handheld camera footage from the 5/19/96 MSG show was shown instead, with Michaels and Triple H then confronting McMahon outside the ring about that still being a sore subject; the two continued to bully McMahon during the commercial break, with Rick Rude eventually appearing as well, until WWF World Champion Bret Hart, Jim Neidhart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, and Davey Boy Smith came out, with Bret referring to both Michaels and Helmsley as degenerates and homos and that Michaels would never be the show stopper until he took the belt from him; Hart then challenged Triple H to a match later that night; moments later, Michaels said the Clique owned the wrestling business and that it would also own Hart; included a backstage promo by Jim Cornette in which he said guys like Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, and Cactus Jack weren�t getting enough attention from the fans while guys like the nWo were getting too much; he then ran down Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and Sean Waltman and said the only reason they�re in the position they�re in is because of Eric Bischoff; featured footage of the long line of fans waiting to see Bad Blood the night before in St. Louis; included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Steve Austin in which he offered Austin a document to sign that said the WWF would not be held liable for Austin returning to the ring before he was medically cleared to do so; Austin said he would only agree to sign the paper if McMahon agreed to give him a match against WWF IC Champion Owen Hart; McMahon tried to shake on it but Austin refused and said he didn�t trust McMahon; moments later, Farooq and the Nation appeared on the big screen, with Farooq cutting a promo on Austin and said his ass belonged to him; Austin then said he would kick the ass of every Nation member as soon as his legal problems were cleared up and then kicked Jerry Lawler's crown into the crowd; featured Vince McMahon conducting an interview via sattelite with Melanie Pillman in Walton, KY regarding her husband's death in which she said Brian died from an apparant heart attack; moments later, she said Brian lived for the business and died for the business; a video then aired in tribute to Pillman:
The Headbangers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Uncle Cletus) in a non-title lumberjack match at 4:18 when Mosh pinned Phinneas with a roll up after the Legion of Doom interfered with the Godwinns� bucket, leading to a brief brawl involving all the lumberjacks as referee Tim White was knocked out; lumberjacks included: Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw, Skull, 8-Ball, Chainz, Flash Funk, the Legion of Doom, the Sultan, Billy Gunn, Jesse James, Sniper, Recon, Tank, the Interrogator, Savio Vega, Jesus Castillo, Jose Estrada, Miguel Perez, Farooq, D-Lo Brown, and Kama; during the bout, it was announced that Bret Hart would face Triple H later in the broadcast
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Miguel Perez with the TKO at 2:23 (the debut of the TKO; the debut of Mero's boxing gimmick; Mero�s return after a 7-month absence)
Davey Boy Smith (w/ WWF World Champion Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, & Jim Neidhart) pinned Rocky Miavia (w/ Farooq, D-Lo Brown, & Kama) with the running powerslam at 3:45; after the bout, both factions brawled inside the ring after Farooq began whipping the Hart Foundation with a leather strap; eventually Sgt. Slaughter, Pat Patterson, and several referees broke up the fight
WWF IC Champion Owen Hart pinned Road Warrior Hawk at 3:22 after Henry Godwinn, who came ringside early in the match with Phinneas Godwinn and Uncle Cletus, hit Hawk in the face with his horseshoe after the challenger dropped Hart with the flying clothesline; prior to the bout, Hart cut an in-ring promo saying he wasn't scared of Steve Austin and that he hoped Austin would be allowed back in the ring; late in the bout, Road Warrior Animal came out to counter the interference from the Godwinns but was held out of the ring as Hart made the cover
Sniper & Recon fought Matt & Jeff Hardy to a no contest when Kane, alongside Paul Bearer, appeared before the introduction of the Truth Commission, dropped both Hardyz with a double chokeslam, threw Matt to the floor, and then threw Jeff to the floor - onto his brother - with a gorilla press slam; Paul Bearer then cut an in-ring promo introducing for the very first time Kane and then said each wrestler would be destroyed until Kane faces the Undertaker
Triple H (w/ Chyna) defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart via count-out in a non-title match at around 10:30 after Bret sustained a superkick from Shawn Michaels outside the ring as Hart grabbed an interfering Chyna and looked like he was about to punch her; Michaels came ringside early on, and even stuffed Hart's Canadian flag up his nose, with Owen Hart and Jim Neidhart coming out moments later to be in the champion's corner

Taped 10/7/97; Topeka, KS; Landon Arena
10/13/97 - included an opening in-ring interview conducted of Vince McMahon of WWF World Champion Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, and Jim Neidhart; during the segment, Vince said Davey Boy Smith was off celebrating an anniversary and birthday; before Bret was able to comment on what happened to him last week, WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Chyna, & Rick Rude appeared on the big screen and Shawn showed footage from last week of the Canadian flag stuffed up his nose; while watching a clip of the finish of the Bret / Triple H match, Triple H referred to Owen and Neidhart as the Mulkey twins; Bret responded by challenging both or either of the "degenerates" to face him then and there; Michaels said the last time he got in the ring with Bret he took his "stupid piece of tin" and at Survivor Series he would do the same; at the end of the interruption, Michaels referred to his group for the first time as Degeneration X and Bret responded that they wouldn't make it to the pay-per-view; featured a pretaped clip of the Legion of Doom talking about their career and partnership with Paul Ellering; included a clip of the Flash Funk / Rockabilly match from Shotgun, the newly renamed Road Dogg coming out to ask Billy Gunn to be his new partner, and Gunn breaking his guitar over Honkytonk Man's head; featured a clip of the LOD beating the Nasty Boys for the WWF Tag Team Titles at Summer Slam 91, along with comments from the LOD about their fans; included an in-ring segment in which Steve Austin signed a contract reinstating himself into the WWF November 9 at the Survivor Series and a title shot against WWF IC Champion Owen Hart; when McMahon questioned him about his actions at Badd Blood, Farooq and the Nation appeared on the stage and cut a promo on Austin; Austin then challenged any of the four to take him on, with Rocky Miavia then running in the ring and sustaining the Stunner before Austin escaped through the crowd; featured the LOD talking about their entrance at Summer Slam 92; included the LOD talking about their look and names; featured the commentary team interviewing the LOD backstage about their possible retirement; included a Jim Cornette promo in which he targetted NY Post columnist Phil Mushnick for his recent comments about Brian Pillman's death and told Mushnick to go to hell and try to reform things down there:
WWF IC Champion Owen Hart (w/ WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart) fought Kama (w/ Farooq, Rocky Miavia, & D-Lo Brown) to a no contest at 4:46 when the Nation attacked the Hart Foundation on the floor after Bret became distracted by WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels at ringside; prior to the bell, Michaels and Triple H, accompanied by Rick Rude and Chyna, came out to do guest commentary for the contest, taking the headphones from McMahon and Jim Ross; after Jerry Lawler tried to kiss up to DX but was told to shut up, Rick Rude put on Lawler's headset; late in the bout, Michaels said Stu Hart was dead but his brain and body didn't know yet
Max Mini & Nova defeated Mosaic & Tarantula at 2:27 when Max pinned Mosaic with a sunset flip
Flash Funk fought WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels to a no contest when Kane, accompanied by Paul Bearer, came out before the champion's entrance, and dropped Flash with a chokeslam and the tombstone; moments later, Bearer cut a promo on the Undertaker saying Kane would go through everyone in the WWF until he meets Taker in the ring; after Kane and Bearer left ringside, DX came out, Michaels covered Flash, Triple H counted him down for 3, Chyna rang the timekeeper's bell, and Rude announced Michaels as the winner
Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Crush & Chainz) defeated Recon & Sniper (w/ the Jackyl & the Interrogator) via disqualification at 3:44 when the Jackyl pulled down the top rope, causing 8-Ball to fall to the floor; after the contest, both factions brawled on the floor until they were broken up by referees
Brian Christopher pinned Tajiri with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage at 5:23; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon referred to Phil Mushnick as a "miserable son of a bitch"
Goldust (w/ Marlena) pinned Savio Vega at 4:18 after hitting him with Marlena's loaded purse behind the referee's back; Los Boricuas were in Savio's corner early on but were sent backstage after the referee caught them trying to interfere; they returned to the ring after the match
Ahmed Johnson (sub. for the Patriot) fought Triple H (w/ Shawn Michaels & Chyna) to a no contest when the Nation attacked Ahmed from behind before he got in the ring and targetted Ahmed's injured hand; the Patriot was Triple H's original opponent but was taken out of action when Rick Rude came up behind him on the stage and threw hot coffee in his face; as DX was in the ring celebrating the apparent victory, Sgt. Slaughter came out and said Triple H would wrestle a volunteer; after the Nation's attack, Ken Shamrock and the Legion of Doom came out to make the save, with Road Warrior Animal then calling out the Godwinns for their scheduled title match
The Legion of Doom defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Uncle Cletus) to win the titles at 8:50 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Phinneas with the flying clothesline, as Phinneas attempted to piledrive Road Warrior Animal; moments prior to the finish, Cletus accidentally hit Henry with the horseshoe; pre-match stipulations stated that if LOD did not win the titles, they would have to retire; after the bout, the Godwinns bloodied Uncle Cletus for costing them the titles (The Life & Death of the Road Warriors)

10/20/97; Oklahoma City, OK; Myriad Convention Center
10/20/97 - featured a segment in which Jeff Jarrett walked to the ring without introduction and cut a promo in the ring, explaining he was buried the previous week on WCW Monday Nitro because he refused to renew his contract and Eric Bischoff never gave him a chance because he wasn't one of Eric's "boys;" he said he was booked in WCW to work with an ex-football player that couldn't lock up and his wife who gave new meaning to the term dumb blonde; he then turned to Vince McMahon at the commentary table and said he left the WWF in 1995 for the same reasons - he was working with a clown, a drug addict, and a black man who couldn't speak english; Jarrett accused Vince of trying to bury him since he wasn't able to put his dad out of business in the 1980s but said Vince now needed him to put butts in the seats and his new contract was for considerably more money than it was before; he then said "You can take 'With My Baby Tonight' and stick it up your butt" to Vince; Jarrett then cut promos on WWF World Champion Bret Hart, saying he was the best there "was," Shawn Michaels, saying Michaels was broken down and could only wrestle once a week, and Steve Austin, saying he says "ass" to get a reaction, Austin would always be the Ringmaster, and he was personally offended by Austin ripping off the Bible to put money in his pocket; included a pretaped backstage promo by the Undertaker regarding his brother Kane and Paul Bearer, saying he would never fight Kane; featured an ad promoting WWF World Champion Bret Hart on MAD TV Nov. 1; included Jim Cornette's pretaped promo in which he read various responses fans sent to Phil Mushnick following Cornette's rant on Mushnick the previous week, with Cornette then telling the fans to let their voices be heard and not to put up with others looking down on them for being wrestling fans; moments later, McMahon posted the TV Guide mailing address on the screen and urged fans to send more letters to Mushnick:
Rocky Miavia & Kama (w/ Farooq & D-Lo Brown) defeated Ken Shamrock & Ahmed Johnson (w/ WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom) at 6:44 when Rocky pinned Shamrock after Rick Rude, who came ringside midway through the match, handed Farooq his metal briefcase, with Farooq then hitting Shamrock with it; during the bout, DX was shown at the top of the stage holding up various signs that read "I'd rather be in Chyna" and "Spank me Vince;" during the match, it was announced Shamrock would face WWF World Champion Bret Hart the following week in a title match; after the bout, Ahmed ran up the stage and battled with all the Nation backstage; moments later, as the LOD walked up the stage, they were attacked from behind by Henry & Phinneas Godwinn with trash cans
WWF World Champion Bret Hart (w/ Davey Boy Smith, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, & Jim Neidhart) pinned Farooq (w/ D-Lo Brown, Rocky Miavia, & Kama) in a non-title match at around the 8-minute mark when Steve Austin came out of the crowd as both factions were brawling on the floor, dropped Farooq with the Stunner, and then left through the crowd; early in the contest, DX came ringside, with WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels doing guest commentary until Bret scared him backstage; the match was scheduled for later in the broadcast but Farooq came out and demanded Bret face him then and there after Michael Cole showed backstage footage of the Nation's locker room, which was trashed and spraypainted to imply the Hart Foundation was responsible; moments prior to the bout, Vince McMahon announced a former WCW champion would be in the ring later in the night
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Brian Christopher at 4:13 with a low blow, as the referee was distracted by Jerry Lawler on the ring apron, and the TKO; prior to the bout, Christopher was escorted to the ring by Lawler, who did commentary for the match until the finish; during the match, Lawler put a Steve Austin hat on Sable's head but Mero angrily took it off and threw it in the crowd
WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels fought WWF IC Champion Owen Hart to a no contest in a title vs. title match at around 9:35 after Steve Austin interfered and dropped the referee with the Stunner, with Bret Hart then coming out and attacking Michels after Owen sustained the superkick; moments later, DX came out and pulled Michaels out of the ring as the Hart Foundation, officials, and referees swarmed the ring; prior to the bout, Owen cut an in-ring promo saying he didn't want the Hart Foundation or DX at ringside
Dude Love fought Davey Boy Smith to a no contest when Kane, accompanied by Paul Bearer, came out before Smith's entrance; moments later, Dude clotheslined Kane to the floor and hit him over the head with a steel chair but Kane retaliated with two chokeslams onto the steel ramp
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Headbangers at 4:06 when Road Dogg pinned Thrasher after Gunn smashed the Headbangers' boom box over his opponent's head, cutting him open; during the bout, the crowd chanted "road kill" towards Road Dogg; after the bout, Road Dogg confronted the commentary team, called them all freaks, and said maybe now he'll get a chance (the debut of the Gunn & Road Dogg tag team)
Taka Michinoku pinned Tajiri Yoshihiro with the Michinoku Driver at 2:55; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Taka signing a longterm WWF contract the previous Thursday
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn fought Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Crush & Chainz) to a no contest when all four DOA attacked the Godwinns before the bell rang, with the four members of the Truth Commission coming out and assisting the Godwinns in attacking the DOA; moments later, Mankind was shown in the boiler room and cut a promo to close the show saying if the Undertaker didn't want to face Kane then he would have no problems fighting Kane anywhere or anytime

Taped 10/21/97; Tulsa, OK; Convention Center
10/27/97 - included Jim Cornette going off on WCW for using the Roddy Piper / Hulk Hogan steel cage match as the main event of the previous night's Halloween Havoc, with Cornette later praising Ric Flair, the Undertaker, and Steve Austin as the real icons of wrestling for their professionalism inside the ring and maturity outside of it:
Triple H (w/ Shawn Michaels & Chyna) pinned Goldust (w/ Marlena) at 5:35 with the Pedigree after Chyna interfered and hit Goldust with Marlena's loaded purse
Ahmed Johnson defeated WWF IC Champion Owen Hart via disqualification at 6:17 when Steve Austin interfered and hit the Stunner on the challenger in order to save Owen's title
WWF World Champion Bret Hart fought Ken Shamrock to a no contest at 12:15 when Shawn Michaels interfered after the referee had been knocked out; after the match, Shamrock took down Michaels
Billy Gunn & Jesse Jammes defeated Blackjack Windham & Blackjack Bradshaw at 2:05 when Jammes pinned Bradshaw after Gunn used a steel chair; after the match, the Godwinns and Headbangers began brawling in the ring
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Flash Funk at 3:45 with the TKO
WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Savio Vega & Miguel Perez Jr. at 2:49 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Miguel, despite interference from Billy Gunn and Jesse Jammes

11/3/97; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena
11/3/97 - featured Jim Ross & Jim Cornette on commentary for the 1st hour, with Ross, Vince McMahon, & Jerry Lawler on commentary for the 2nd hour; included an opening segment in which Vince McMahon interviewed Steve Austin regarding his upcoming IC title match with Owen Hart at the Survivor Series as well as his recent altercations with the Nation of Domination and Ahmed Johnson; moments later, Ahmed came out - with several referees trying to block him from the ring - and cut a promo on Austin costing him the IC title the previous week; the fans repeatedly chanted "Austin" during Ahmed's promo and subsequent challenge to Austin to face him in the ring; moments later, Austin said he would be glad to face Ahmed; featured a pretaped segment in which Jim Ross interviewed Goldust & Marlena regarding the past several months; after Marlena talked about being happy to be home and back with her family and daughter, Goldust said he was tired of her crap, he found someone who understood him while Marlena was gone, and he then told her to take his ring and their marriage and shove it up her ass; included a lengthy segment detailing the feud between Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels; featured Ahmed Johnson coming out for his match against Steve Austin, which the commentators said wasn't scheduled until later in the show, with Kane and Paul Bearer appearing moments later; Kane then dropped Ahmed with a chokeslam and two tombstones until Mankind appeared, applied the Mandible Claw on Bearer, and hit Kane over the head with a pipe; Mankind then protected Ahmed on the floor with a steel chair as Kane sat up inside the ring; included Austin cutting an in-ring promo, saying what Ahmed got was nothing compared to what he would have done to him, and then made an open challenge for anyone to come out and take Ahmed's place in a fight, with Farooq, Rocky Miavia, Kama, and D-Lo Brown then coming out; just as the Nation went to get in the ring, the Legion of Doom attacked them from behind, allowing Austin to drop Kama with the Stunner and then leave ringside as the brawl continued; featured Michael Cole conducting an in-ring interview with Degeneration-X; as Cole attempted to ask a question, Michaels kissed Triple H on the lips and then did the same to Chyna; moments later, Triple H shoved Cole to the mat, with Cole then leaving the ring; Michaels then played air guitar on his belt, like Hollywood Hogan, as Triple H referenced the recent "Age in the Cage" Halloween Havoc main event; Michaels then said he would come out next week naked and face Ken Shamrock; after Sgt. Slaughter came out, Michaels and Triple H put on helmets with wipers to counter the implied spit from Slaughter talking; Slaughter then said Michaels would face Shamrock but it wouldn't be next week, it would be later tonight:
WWF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Aguila pined Super Loco with a twisting splash off the top at 5:12; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the bout and Brian Christopher did guest commentary for the match
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Savio Vega with the TKO after a low blow behind the referee's back at 2:33; prior to the bout, Mero shoved a cameraman out of the way backstage and barged into Sable's dressing room to grab her as she was topless; moments later, a pretaped promo from Vega was shown in which he said he would get revenge on Mero for what he did to Miguel Perez; after the match, Michael Cole attempted to interview Sable at ringside but Mero interrupted and said if he wanted to interview a superstar he could interview Mero; moments later, Jim Ross said Goldust had sustained a broken hand and plugged the WWF Hotline to find out how that happened
Vader defeated Davey Boy Smith (w/ Jim Neidhart, Doug Furnas, & Phil LaFon) in a No DQ dog collar match at 3:34, despite interference from the other members of Team Canada; prior to the bout, it was announced Vader would lead Team USA members Marc Mero and Goldust at the Survivor Series and that the Patriot, who was suffering from a torn tricep, would be replaced in the match; during the match, Michael Cole interviewed LaFon & Furnas at ringside as to why they were returning as part of Team Canada at the Survivor Series, with Furnas saying the team received support from around the world following their car wreck months earlier but no support from the fans in America; immediately after the match, a fan came into the ring and dropped several members of Team Canada until he was covered and protected by Vader as referees attempted to break up the fight; moments later, two policemen escorted the man from the ring (the surprise debut of Steve Blackman)
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Jose Estrada Jr. & Jesus Castillo when Road Dogg pinned Estrada at 5:22 following a flying fistdrop from Gunn behind the referee's back as Estrada covered Road Dogg after lifting Road Dogg up for a powerbomb and then dropping him face first onto the top turnbuckle
Ken Shamrock defeated WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Chyna & Triple H) via disqualification at around the 11-minute mark when Triple H and Rick Rude, who came ringside mid-way through the match, interfered after Shamrock reversed a superkick attempt into the ankle lock; after the match, Triple H dropped Shamrock with the Pedigree onto Rude's metal briefcase to end the show

11/10/97; Ottawa, Ontario; Corel Centre
11/10/97 - included Jim Ross & Jim Cornette on commentary; featured the debut of the DX entrance music and video during an opening segment in which Rick Rude came to the ring and introduced Shawn Michaels as the new WWF World Champion, as the crowd chanted "Bullshit" and "We want Bret';" as Michaels, Triple H, & Chyna came out to the ring, JR said Bret Hart had left the WWF; Michaels then played up the chants and said he beat Bret in his home country with his own hold and "ran him down South with the rest of those dinosaurs;" Michaels then said no one has the will - including Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage and Bret Hart - to be as good as him; moments later, Michaels said he would never beat up a 52-year-old man (alluding to Bret knocking Vince McMahon down backstage following the main event at Survivor Series); after Michaels said he was a fighting champion, Ken Shamrock came out, insulted Chyna's appearance, challenged Michaels then and there, and said Rude could only attack people from behind because he was an old man; after Michaels said Chyna could take Shamrock out at any time, Rude could do the same, and Triple H could take him on at any time, Sgt. Slaughter came out, said Triple H would face Shamrock later on and that Michaels would defend the title against Shamrock in the very near future; Slaughter then said the remainder of DX would be banned from ringside during the Shamrock / Triple H match later in the night:
Ahmed Johnson defeated Marc Mero (w/ Sable) via disqualification at 2:27 after a low blow
WWF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Taka Michinoku pinned Devon Storm at 5:00 with the Michinoku Driver; after the match, Brian Christopher attacked Michinoku after doing guest commentary for the match
The Headbangers defeated Recon & Sniper (w/ the Jackyl & Interrogator) at 4:48 after Thrasher powerbombed Mosh onto Recon
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Bradshaw in a handicap Bunkhouse match at 1:41 when both men made the pin after Gunn blocked a top rope move and hit a DDT off the top onto a chair
The Undertaker fought Kama to a no contest at 2:19 when Paul Bearer and Kane appeared on the ramp after Taker dumped Kama to the floor, with Bearer saying that whoever Kane destroys would be the Undertaker's fault
Ken Shamrock fought Hunter Hearst Helmsley to a no contest at 9:54 when the show went off the air during the match after Shawn Michaels interfered on behalf of Helmsley; moments thereafter, Shamrock rolled up Shawn Michaels - who was in the ring - with a cradle and Commissioner Slaughter counted the pinfall

Taped 11/11/97; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex
11/17/97 - included an opening segment in which Steve Austin fought off the Nation but had his IC title belt stolen by Rocky Miavia; this episode is memorable for televising taped footage of Rick Rude at the same time he appeared live on WCW Monday Nitro, after leaving the WWF for WCW earlier in the week; Butterbean was in attendance for the show; featured the infamous 'Bret Screwed Bret' interview segment between Jim Ross and vince McMahon regarding the Montreal Incident; included Commissioner Slaughter being beaten up by DX following his interference in the Ken Shamrock / Triple H match the previous week (as a result of the beating, Slaughter later ordered Triple H to face him at In Your House "DX"); included Marc Mero calling out Butterbean late in the show, with Butterbean knocking Mero down with a right hand:
Jerry Lawler defeated Marc Mero (w/ Sable) via disqualification when Sable broke the pin attempt after Mero became distracted by Brian Christopher and sustained Lawler's piledriver; early in the bout, Mero yelled at Butterbean, who sat ringside, after catching Sable talk to him; Christopher came out mid-match to do guest commentary; after the match, Mero hit the TKO on Lawler
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg fought Savio Vega & Miguel Perez to a no contest at around the 44 second mark when Jesus Castillo and Jose Estrada Jr. came out, with the New Age Outlaws escaping ringside; the Outlaws came to the ring wearing the Boricuas' ring attire after vandalizing their dressing room earlier
Max Mini, Nova, & Taurus fought El Torito, Battalion, & Tarantula to a no contest at 2:48 when Kane and Paul Bearer came to the ring, with Kane scaring off the participants as well as guest ring announcer Sunny; after the bout, the Headbangers attacked Kane with a tool box but he fought them off and hit a tombstone on each man
WWF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Scott Taylor pinned Eric Shelley at 5:27 with a DDT
Vader fought Goldust to a no contest when Goldust hit Vader with a foreign object before the bout began
Dude Love defeated Rocky Miavia via disqualification at 4:22 when the Nation broke Dude's pin attempt after hitting the Sweet Shin Music

11/24/97; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Center
11/24/97 - featured the Bret Hart midget incident, the Austin / Rock 316 beeper segment, as well as the return of Luna Vachon:
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom to win the titles at 9:23 when Gunn pinned Road Warrior Animal with a victory roll after Road Dogg hit Animal in the back with a steel chair, preventing the Doomsday Device; immediately after the win, the new champions ran backstage and drove off
WWF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Brian Christopher (w/ Jerry Lawler) pinned Flash Flanagan at 3:30 with the legdrop off the top
Ken Shamrock defeated Savio Vega via submission with the ankle lock at 5:20, despite interference by Miguel Perez
Crush defeated Jeff Jarrett via forfeit when Jarrett refused to come ringside to wrestle; moments thereafter, Kane came to the ring and the DOA held Crush back from getting involved in a brawl; Kane eventually hit a chokeslam on Gerald Brisco
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Triple H, Jim Neidhart, & Chyna) pinned Vader at 3:00 in a non-title match following two superkicks after Triple H threw hot coffee in Vader�s good eye; Vader wrestled the bout with one eye taped up, the result of having alcohol thrown in his face by Luna Vachon earlier in the show; prior to the bout, Jim Neidhart was introduced as the newest member of DX only to be attacked immediately after the match

Taped 11/25/97; Roanoke, VA; Civic Center
12/1/97:
WWF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Semi Finals: Taka Michinoku pinned Aguila with the Michinoku Driver after a missile dropkick; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the bout
Chainz (w/ Skull & 8-Ball), defeated Recon (w/ Sniper, the Jackyl, & the Interrogator), D-Lo Brown (w/ Farooq, Kama, & Rocky Miavia), and Miguel Perez (w/ Savio Vega, Jesus Castillo, & Jose Estrada) via disqualification in an elimination match; Chainz pinned Recon with a DVD; Miguel pinned D-Lo with an inside cradle; Savio Vega interfered and prevented a pinfall after Miguel sustained a DVD; after the match, all the men at ringside, save the Jackyl who joined the commentary team, entered into a brawl
Rocky Miavia (w/ the Nation) defeated Vader via count-out when Vader left ringside to chase an interfering TAFKA Goldust; during the bout, Steve Austin drove his pickup truck to ringside to watch the contest, with AC/DC�s �Highway to Hell� playing in the truck; after the bout, Rocky challenged Austin to fight him but Austin decided to wait until IYH: Degeneration-X to reclaim possession of the stolen IC title
WWF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament Semi Finals: Brian Christopher defeated Scott Taylor via forfeit when Kane and Paul Bearer appeared before Christopher made his entrance and Kane hit a chokeslam and tombstone on Taylor
Ahmed Johnson fought Jeff Jarrett to a no contest when Jarrett refused to wrestle; moments thereafter, Sgt. Slaughter came ringside and said that Jarrett would be wrestling the Undertaker at IYH: Degeneration-X
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated the Headbangers via disqualification in a non-title match when the Legion of Doom interfered; after the bout, the Headbangers argued with the LOD for costing them the match when they were in full control of the contest
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned Jim Neidhart by hitting him with a steel chair after Shawn Michaels came ringside and distracted the referee; after the bout, Neidhart sustained a Pedigree onto the chair before having �WCW� spray painted on his back; Neidhart attempted to fight back but was handcuffed to the ring ropes and double teamed before Sgt. Slaughter and Ken Shamrock made the save - Shamrock locking HBK in the ankle lock, Slaughter putting Triple H in the Cobra Clutch, and Neidhart restraining Chyna from interfering

12/8/97; Portland, ME; Civic Center
12/8/97 - featured Owen Hart attacking Shawn Michaels in the ring after DX laid out the Headbangers for disrupting their game of strip poker in the ring:
The Legion of Doom fought Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn) to a no contest when Kane and Paul Bearer came to the ring, Kane hit a chokeslam and tombstone on Road Warrior Animal, and - after leaving ringside - the tag team champions continued the assault until Road Warrior Animal made the save with a steel chair
Dude Love pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn (w/ WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg) with a double arm DDT; after the bout, the Road Dogg - who was doing guest commentary for the bout - entered the ring and hit Dude Love with a steel chair before placing one of the tag belts across Dude�s face so Gunn could hit a legdrop
Flash Funk defeated Kurrgan (w/ the Jackyl) via reverse decision (the first time the Interrogator was referred to as Kurrgan) when Kurrgan failed to release the claw hold after gaining the submission victory; after the bout, Recon and Sniper came ringside in an attempt to break the hold but the Jackyl - who did guest commentary for the bout - eventually had him break it after a slap to the face
Miguel Perez & Jose Estrada defeated Skull & 8-Ball when Skull was pinned after Savio Vega interfered and hit Skull in the knee with a 2x4; during the bout, Degeneration-X played a game of strip poker at ringside
Jeff Jarrett defeated Vader via count-out at the 40-second mark when Vader chased Goldust and Luna backstage after Goldust came ringside at the start of the match and flashed Vader
Salvatore Sincere defeated Marc Mero via count-out when Mero chased Sable backstage, trying to cover her up, after she took off a potato sack to show off a very revealing swimsuit underneath; prior to the bout, Mero referred to Sincere not only as a �jobber� but as �Tom Brandi�
The Rock defeated WWF IC Champion Steve Austin via forfeit to win the title when Austin refused to give into Vince McMahon's demands that he defend the belt; after willingly handing the belt to Rocky, Austin hit the Stunner on the new champion; moments thereafter, Austin said he had plans for the championship belt and that if McMahon wanted ratings he should tune in next week �same Stone Cold Time, same Stone Cold channel�; as the show came to a close, Austin ran the ropes, inadvertently knocking McMahon from the ring apron to the floor

Taped 12/9/97; Durham, NH
12/15/97 - included Steve Austin tossing the Intercontinental title belt, stolen from the Rock during the previous Raw, into a river as the Rock and the Nation watched on from inside the ring:
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku defeated Jerry Lawler via disqualification in a non-title match
Dude Love defeated WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg; this was the first time tag champions were referred to as the the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn
Mark Henry defeated the Brooklyn Brawler
Tom Brandi pinned the Sultan
Steve Blackman defeated Jose Estrada Jr.
The Legion of Doom defeated WWF World & European Champion Shawn Michaels & Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification at around 10:15 when Chyna interfered and hit a low blow on Road Warrior Animal as Animal was double teaming DX, while at the same time the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn had come ringside and were attacking Road Warrior Hawk on the floor, eventually knocking him out with chloroform; after the bout, the New Age Outlaws shaved one of Hawk's two mohawks and moments later all four men, along with Chyna, assisted in powerbombing Animal off the apron through the announce table; inside the ring, Gunn hit a top rope legdrop on Hawk before Michaels hit the elbowdrop off the top; after DX and the Outlaws left the ring, the LOD were attended to by officials, among them Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson (The Monday Night War DVD)

Taped 12/11/97; Lowell, MA; Memorial Auditorium
12/22/97 - included Vader, dressed as Santa Claus, attacking TAFKA Goldust as Goldust and Luna cut a promo in the ring, with Goldust dressed as a Christmas tree:
Headbanger Thrasher (w Headbanger Mosh) defeated Henry Godwinn (w/ Phinneas Godwinn) via disqualification at 1:13 when Phinneas interfered; after the bout, the Godwinns whipped the Headbangers
The Undertaker fought WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ the Nation) to a no contest at 10:15 when the lights went out, with Kane and Paul Bearer coming to the ring; afte the bout, and a promo by Paul Bearer about how it's the Undertaker's fault that his parents have to spend Christmas with the worms and maggots, Taker attempted to attack Bearer but was attacked instead by Kane; since Taker refused to fight his brother, Kane easily dominated Taker
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Scott Taylor with the TKO at 2:16; prior to the bout, Mero had Sable come out in a reindeer costume; after the match, Tom Brandi attacked Mero and Sable disrobed to reveal a skimpy Santa costume underneath
Kurrgan (w/ the Jackal) pinned 8-Ball at 2:00; after the bout, Skull made the save against the Truth Commission
Ken Shamrock defeated D-Lo Brown via submission with the ankle lock at 2:22
Triple H pinned WWF World & European Champion Shawn Michaels to win the European title at 1:17 when Michaels laid down as the challenger ran the ropes and hit a faux splash for the pin; after the bout, Michaels pretended to cry over the loss; the match was to have occured at the start of the second hour of the broadcast but Owen Hart attacked Triple H in the aisle, with Sgt. Slaughter coming out to send Hart backstage; the match was made by Commissioner Slaughter in order to destroy DX from the inside; after the bout, Slaughter came to the ring and ordered that Triple H would face Owen the following week (DeGeneration X Shopzone exclusive DVD)

12/29/97; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
12/29/97:
Skull, 8-Ball, & Chainz defeated Savio Vega, Miguel Perez, & Jesus Castillo at 3:17 when Chainz scored the pin
Ken Shamrock defeated Kama (w/ Farooq & D-Lo Brown) via submission with the ankle lock at 3:36 following a miscommunication between D-Lo and Kama while Farooq distracted the referee; after the bout, the Rock came out and said that Shamrock wouldn't be so lucky when he faces Farooq the next week; Farooq was not pleased about the announcement
Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher defeated WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku & George Steele (mystery partner) via disqualification at 2:38 when Steele repeatedly hit both opponents with a foreign object before chasing the referee backstage
Cactus Jack defeated WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg (w/ Billy Gunn) via disqualification at 2:12 when Gunn prevented the pinfall following a double-arm DDT; after the bout, Terry Funk made his return to the WWF by cutting his way out of a crate with a chainsaw and aiding Cactus against the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn
Owen Hart defeated WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Chyna) via disqualification at 10:14 when Triple H, who came ringside early in the bout on crutches, broke a crutch over the challenger's head as Michaels was caught in the Sharpshooter; after the bout, Michaels and Triple H double teamed Hart using the crutch (DeGeneration X Shopzone exclusive DVD)

1998

Taped 12/30/97; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
1/5/98 - included the Undertaker surprising Shawn Michaels and stuffing him into a casket to end the show :
Ken Shamrock defeated Farooq (w/ D-Lo Brown & Kama) via submission with the ankle lock at 5:03 after outside interference from the Nation backfired; mid-way through the contest, the Rock came ringside; immediately after the match, Steve Austin entered the ring and hit the Stunner on both the Rock and Shamrock
Jeff Jarrett pinned Barry Windham at 3:35 with a roll over after Jim Cornette hit Windham with the tennis racquet; due to prematch stipulations, Jarrett won the vacant NWA North American Title; prior to the contest, Cornette came to the ring with Howard Brodie and Dennis Corraluzzo, the president and vice president of the NWA respectively; after the bout, Steve Austin ran to the ring and hit the Stunner on Jarrett before mocking Jarrett's strut
Skull & 8-Ball defeated Sniper & Recon (w/ the Jackyl) at 3:39 when Sniper was pinned with a DDT; after the bout, Kurrgan came to the ring and aided Sniper & Recon in attacking the DOA
Owen Hart pinned Savio Vega (w/ Los Boricuas) with a reverse rolling cradle
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) defeated Tom Brandi via disqualification at 3:41 when Steve Austin interfered and hit the Stunner on Mero as Mero prepared to hit a second TKO on Brandi
Flash Funk defeated TAFKA Goldust (w/ Luna) via disqualification at 2:33 after Luna pushed Funk off the top; after the match, Goldust hit the Curtain Call on Funk before Vader made the save
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Headbangers in a non-title match at 4:59 when Gunn pinned Mosh after a failed attempt at the Stage Dive

1/12/98; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
1/12/98:
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn, Recon & Sniper, and the Headbangers at 4:10 when Gunn pinned Phinneas after hitting him with a foreign object
Kurrgan (w/ the Jackyl) defeated Jimmy Cicero & Lance Diamond in a handicap elimination match at 2:28 by placing one man on top of the other and pinning them with his boot
Vader defeated Marc Mero (w/ TAFKA Goldust dressed as Sable) via disqualification at 2:57 after TAFKA Goldust interfered and hit Vader over the head with a coconut
Ken Shamrock & Mark Henry fought WWF IC Champion the Rock & D-Lo Brown to a no contest at 3:46 after Henry turned on Shamrock to join the Nation
Skull & 8-Ball defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Rock 'n' Roll Express (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification in a non-title match at 2:29 after Jim Cornette interfered with the tennis racquet; Chainz made the save after the match
Mankind fought TAFKA Goldust (w/ Luna) (dressed as Dude Love and a Dudette) to a no contest after 14 seconds when Steve Austin interfered and hit Stunners on both men
Savio Vega & Jesus Castillo defeated WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku & Scott Taylor at 4:33 when Jesus pinned Taylor; Owen Hart made the save after the match

1/19/98; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena
1/19/98 - featured Steve Austin interrupting Mike Tyson's in-ring appearance, eventually leading to a confrontation between the two men before they were pulled apart; during the brawl, Vince McMahon began yelling at Austin, "You ruined it!":
Chainz, Skull, & 8-Ball fought Farooq, Kama, & D-Lo to a double disqualification at 4:41 when all six men began brawling in the ring
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned Tom Brandi with a low blow and the TKO at 3:30
The Quebecars defeated Cactus Jack & Terry Funk via disqualification at 3:16 after Cactus applied the Mandible Claw on the referee
NWA North American Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Jim Cornette & the Rock 'n' Roll Express) pinned Bradshaw (w/ Barry Windham) at 3:41 after Windham accidentally clotheslined his partner; after the match, Windham officially turned on Bradshaw
Owen Hart, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku, & the Headbangers defeated Los Boricuas at 3:01 after Hart applied the Sharpshooter on Jose Estrada
WWF IC Champion the Rock pinned Ahmed Johnson at 2:43 after Mark Henry hit Ahmed with a chair
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn at 4:53 after Gunn hit Phinneas with a brick-loaded stuffed pig

Taped 1/20/98; Davis, CA; Recreational Hall
1/26/98:
Ken Shamrock defeated Mark Henry via disqualification
Jeff Jarrett & Barry Windham defeated the Legion of Doom
Vader pinned TAFKA Goldust
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Cactus Jack & Terry Funk via disqualification
El Pantera pinned Brian Christopher
The Quebecars defeated the Headbangers
Owen Hart defeated TAFKA Goludust (sub. for WWF European Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley); Goldust came to the ring dressed as the champion while Luna Vachon was dressed as Chyna; after the bout, Shawn Michaels and Triple H appeared on the Titantron, proud of getting out of the title defense, until Commissioner Slaughter came out and ruled that Hart's victory over Triple H's stand-in would constitute the title changing hands

2/2/98; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena
2/2/98:
Cactus Jack fought Terry Funk to a no contest when the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn attacked both men following a Cactus elbow from the stage onto Funk who was in a dumpster; the Outlaws locked both men inside the dumpster before pushing it off the stage; officials and medical personnel soon swarmed the ringside area
WWF European Champion Owen Hart defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn via disqualification
Marc Mero pinned Headbanger Mosh
Chainz defeated Farooq via count-out
Justin Bradshaw & Flash Funk defeated Jeff Jarrett & Barry Windham
Steve Austin defeated WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg via disqualification

Taped 2/3/98; Evansville, IN; Roberts Municipal Stadium
2/9/98:
Jeff Jarrett & Barry Windham defeated the Legion of Doom via disqualification at 5:57 when Justin Bradshaw interfered, as Jarrett had Road Warrior Hawk in the figure-4, and chased after Windham; Sunny was the guest ring announcer for the match
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated the Quebecars at 4:43 via disqualification when Pierre used his own slop bucket to hit Henry with in order to break a pinfall; after the bout, Henry paid Pierre back with a bucket shot of his own
Pantera & Brian Christopher defeated WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku & Aguila at 10:29 when Pantera pinned Taka with a diving headbutt off the top, after stuffing a pair of brass knuckles in his mask
Farooq & WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ the Nation) defeated Ken Shamrock & Chainz (w/ Skull, 8-Ball, & Ahmed Johnson) at 4:38 when Farooq pinned Shamrock after a chair shot from the Rock as the referee was distracted by the other wrestlers brawling around ringside
Steve Blackman defeated Recon (w/ Sniper) via submission at 6:59
The Headbangers defeated Marc Mero (w/ Sable) & TAFKA Goldust (dressed as Marilyn Manson and w/ Luna Vachon) at 5:40 when Thrasher pinned Goldust after Sable, who had been sent backstage before the match, returned ringside and slapped him; after the bout, Sable also slapped Luna
Dark Match after the show: Ken Shamrock defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock in a non-title match via submission with the ankle lock; the bout was to have been a six man tag pitting Steve Austin, Cactus Jack, & Shamrock against the Rock, Billy Gunn, & the Road Dogg however Terry Funk substituted for Austin; Cactus and Funk chased the the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn backstage before a match began which led to Shamrock challenging the Rock to a singles bout

2/16/98; Dallas, TX; Reunion Arena
2/16/98:
The Quebecars defeated the Legion of Doom via count-out
Ken Shamrock defeated Sniper via submission with the ankle lock
NWA Tag Team Champions the Rock 'n' Roll Express defeated the Headbangers via disqualification after one of the champions was thrown over the top to the floor, which was against NWA rules
WWF European Champion Owen Hart defeated NWA North American Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification when Cornette interfered as Jarrett was caught in the Sharpshooter; only the European title was at stake
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku & Aguila defeated Brian Christopher & Piratita Morgan
Steve Blackman defeated Farooq
Cactus Jack & Terry Funk defeated TAKFA Goldust & Marc Mero

Taped 2/17/98; Waco, TX; Heart of Texas Coliseum
2/23/98:
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Legion of Doom when Road Dogg pinned Road Warrior Animal at 6:14 after Gunn used one of the title belts as a weapon; after the bout, Hawk and Animal had to be pulled apart by officials
Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Jim Cornette) via submission with the ankle lock at 4:22 after Cornette's interference backfired
Kurrgan, Sniper, & Recon (w/ the Jackyl) defeated Chainz, 8-Ball, & Skull at 4:13 when Kurrgan pinned Skull with the Paralyzer head vice
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku fought Barry Windham (w/ Jim Cornette & the Rock 'n' Roll Express) in a non-title match when Kane interfered, the NWA contingent left ringside, and Kane hit the tombstone on Taka; Taka's opponent was unannounced prior to the match, the only information given was that it would be a member of Cornette's NWA team; after the bout, Bearer challenged Steve Austin to face Kane the following week on Raw
Bradshaw pinned TAFKA Goldust with the lariat at 3:12; Goldust came to the ring dressed as his father during Dusty Rhodes' WWF stint, in full pokadot garb
Steve Blackman pinned WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ the Nation) in a non-title match after D-Lo Brown tossed Blackman's nunchucks to Rock, with Blackman intercepting them; after the bout, D-Lo blames the move on Farooq, with the Rock demanding an apology; Farooq gives none and leaves ringside with Kama and D-Lo
The Headbangers defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Rock 'n' Roll Express (w/ Jim Cornette) to win the titles when Thrasher pinned Ricky Morton at 7:39 after Cornette hit Thrasher with his tennis racquet, with Thrasher falling on top of Ricky Morton for the pinfall; prior to the match, Comissioner Slaughter replaced NWA referee Tommy Young with WWF referee Earl Hebner; during the bout, Thrasher threw Robert Gibson over the top to the floor - which would have caused a disqualification under NWA rules - but Hebner didn't stop the match
WWF European Champion Owen Hart defeated Marc Mero via disqualification at 3:58 after the challenger shoved the referee; before the bout, Mero ordered Sable backstage; late in the contest she returned ringside; after the bout, Luna Vachon ran ringside to attack Sable - with officials and Mero / Goldust holding the two women apart

3/2/98; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
3/2/98:
Skull & 8-Ball defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn via count-out
Marc Mero pinned Tom Brandi
Mark Henry defeated WWF European Champion Owen Hart via disqualifiation; after the bout, Owen legitly injured his ankle while stepping off the turnbuckle
The Headbangers & WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku defeated the Rock 'n' Roll Express & Barry Windham
Steve Blackman defeated Kama via disqualification
Jeff Jarrett defeated Flash Funk
Steve Austin fought Kane to a no contest

Taped 3/3/98; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center
3/9/98:
Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock & Farooq via disqualification when the Nation interfered; after the match, Farooq held the other Nation members back as Rock was caught in Shamrock's ankle lock
Barry Windham (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated WWF European Champion Owen Hart via count-out when Chyna, who was at ringside along with Triple H to do guest commentary, hit a low blow on the champion; after the match, Bradshaw attacked Windham
Aguila (w/ WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku) defeated Brian Christopher (w/ Jerry Lawler) via disqualification when Lawler pushed Aguila off the top rope; after the match, Christopher continued to attack his opponent until Michinoku dropkicked him to the floor - on top of Lawler
Cactus Jack & Terry Funk defeated the Quebecars when Cactus pinned Pierre with a DDT; after the match, the Road Dogg came out with his arm in a sling and challenged Cactus to follow him backstage; when Cactus left the ring, Billy Gunn came out of the crowd and hit Funk over the head with a steel chair before both Outlaws returned backstage
NWA Tag Team Champions the Headbangers defeated the Rock 'n' Roll Express (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification when Barry Windham interfered and hit Mosh over the head with a steel chair; due to prematch stipulations, the Headbanger that won the fall would earn 5 minutes in the right with Jim Cornette; after the match, Cornette punched and kicked the dazed Mosh before scoring a pinfall with an elbowdrop
Marc Mero defeated TAFKA Goldust via disqualification when the referee was knocked down; during the match, Sable and Luna were handcuffed to seperate ringposts until Goldust unlocked Luna, as the referee was down, who then assaulted Sable; after the match, Sable chased Luna backstage after she herself was unlocked
Triple H fought Savio Vega to a no contest when Steve Austin came ringside and hit the Stunner on an official, a referee, and Savio; moments later, as Austin had Triple H cornered in the ring, Shawn Michaels came ringside and hit the superkick on Austin and was going to hit him with a steel chair before officials intervened; once Austin had regained his senses, he followed DX and Los Boricuas backstage with the chair

3/16/98; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
3/16/98:
Ken Shamrock defeated D-Lo Brown via disqualification
Jeff Jarrett defeated Tom Brandi
NWA Tag Team Champions the Headbangers defeated the Rock 'n' Roll Express
Terry Funk defeated WWF Tag Team Champin Billy Gunn via disqualification
Triple H defeated WWF European Champion Owen Hart to win the title in an impromptu match when the referee stopped the bout; Owen was wearing an air cast on his ankle, following an injury sustained two weeks prior on Raw, and had been doing color commentary before he was goaded into the match by Helmsley (DeGeneration X Shopzone exclusive DVD)
Luna fought Sable to a no contest

Taped 3/17/98; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center
3/23/98:
Cactus Jack & Terry Funk defeated the Quebecars via disqualification when the New Age Outlaws interfered and attacked Cactus and Funk
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) pinned Steve Blackman when Lee held down Blackman's foot during a cover; after the bout, another referee came down to dispute the call but Jarrett hit him
Skull & 8-Ball fought Bob Holly & Bart Gunn to a double disqualification when the Rock 'n' Roll Express, the Headbangers, Sniper & Recon, Savio Vega & Miguel Perez, and Jose & Jesus Castillo interfered
Farooq fought Chainz to a no contest after the Rock interfered and hit Farooq; after the bout, the Nation carried Farooq backstage
Bradshaw defeated Barry Windham; after the bout, the Rock 'n' Roll Express made the save against the NWA
Steve Austin defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock in a non-title match with the Stunner; after the bout, DX came ringside and Austin nailed Shawn Michaels; had Austin not worked the match, the WrestleMania XIV bout with Michaels would have been non-title

3/30/98; Albany, NY; Pepsi Arena
3/30/98:
The Legion of Doom (w/ Sunny) defeated Jose Estrada & Jesus Castillo following the Doomsday Device in under a minute
Kurrgan (w/ the Jackyl) defeated Chainz via submission with the Paralyzer; after the bout, Kurrgan kept the claw hold applied as he dragged his opponent backstage
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) defeated Aguila via submission with the figure-4; after the bout, Jarrett survived an attack from Steve Blackman after distraction from Tennessee Lee
Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman defeated Farooq & WWF IC Champion the Rock (w/ the Nation) when Shamrock pinned Farooq with a belly to belly suplex after the Rock refused to be tagged in the ring
Marc Mero (w/ Sable) pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku in a non-title match with a low blow and the TKO; before the match, Sable accepted Luna's challenge for an evening gown match at Unforgiven; after the match, three unknown Japanese men attacked Michinoku (later revealed to be Sho Funaki, Mens Teioh, and Dick Togo)
Bob Holly & Bart Gunn defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Headbangers to win the titles when Bob Holly scored the pin with a frog splash
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Cactus Jack & Terry Funk in a steel cage match when Gunn pinned Cactus following a spike piledriver, as Funk was tied to the cage, after X-Pac came ringside and repeatedly hit Cactus over the head with a chair; due to pre-match stipulations, Road Dogg & Gunn won the vacant WWF Tag Team Titles; after the bout, the new champions officially joined DX alongside Triple H, Chyna, and X-Pac

Taped 3/31/98; Syracuse, NY; On Center
4/6/98:
NWA World Champion Dan Severn (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Flash Funk via submission; Cornette did guest commentary for the match
Steve Blackman defeated Brian Christopher via disqualification; after the bout, Tennessee Lee distracted Blackman while Jeff Jarrett snuck up behind him and blasted a guitar over Blackman's head
Owen Hart defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock via disqualification when Chyna interfered and hit the challenger with a baseball bat as Owen had the Sharpshooter applied
Luna (w/ TAFKA Goldust) pinned Matt Knowles after TAFKA Goldust attacked Knowles before the match
Ken Shamrock defeated Marc Mero via disqualification when the Nation interfered and attacked Shamrock
WWF European Champion Triple H & WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Chainz, Skull, & 8-Ball; after the bout, DX attacked DOA with chairs until the Legion of Doom made the save; X-Pac did guest commentary for the contest

4/13/98; Philadelphia, PA; Corestates Center
4/13/98:
Skull & 8-Ball fought Savio Vega & Jose Estrada to a no contest in a chain match at 2:15 when DX interfered and helped Los Boricuas in attacking the DOA; after the match, Chyna hit a low blow on both Savio and Jose
Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor fought Aguila & Pantera to a no contest when Vince McMahon came out to accept a match with Steve Austin for the title later in the night
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification in a non-title match when Club Kamikaze attacked the champion before the match, with Jarrett applying the figure-4 afterwards
Terry Funk & Scorpio defeated the Quebecers at 2:14 when Scorpio made the pin with the 450 splash after avoiding the Quebecars' finisher
Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman fought Bob Holly & Bart Gunn (w/ Jim Cornette) to a double disqualification at 3:43 when all four men began brawling; before the match, Shamrock had a staredown with Dan Severn, who came ringside with the NWA contingent, forcing the referee to send Severn backstage
Owen Hart pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn at 8:36; Triple H and X-Pac did guest commentary for the bout while the Legion of Doom and Sunny stood at ringside
WWF World Champion Steve Austin (with his arm tied behind his back) fought Vince McMahon (w/ Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco) to a no contest when Dude Love came ringside and tried to break the fight up; in the ensuing altercation, Dude eventually locked the Mandible Claw on Austin (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2, Mr. McMahon)

Taped 4/14/98; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
4/20/98:
Farooq pinned Kama in a streetfight at 7:38 with a spinebuster
Dan Severn defeated Headbanger Mosh via submission with an armbar at 3:53
Bradshaw defeated TAFKA Goldust (w/ Luna) via disqualification at 4:50 when Club Kamikaze attacked Bradshaw
Terry Funk & Scorpio defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bob Holly & Bart Gunn in a non-title match at 7:04 when Scorpio pinned Gunn with the 450 splash
WWF European Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna), WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Owen Hart & the Legion of Doom (w/ Sunny) at 9:35 when Gunn pinned Road Warrior Animal with a piledriver
Dude Love defeated Steve Blackman at 3:58 when Vince McMahon had the referee stop the match as Blackman was caught in an abdominal stretch, even though Blackman did not submit

4/27/98; Hampton, VA; Coliseum
4/27/98 - included Degeneration X in army gear driving to the nearby Norfolk Scope, where WCW Monday Nitro was being filmed live, and heckling WCW via a megaphone outside the arena:
Ken Shamrock & Owen Hart fought WWF IC Champion the Rock & Mark Henry (w/ Kama & D-Lo Brown) to a no contest when Hart joined the Nation, attacked Shamrock, injured his ankle, and locked him in the Sharpshooter; after the match, Farooq and Steve Blackman attempted to make the save but were beaten down as well
Terry Funk & Scorpio defeated the Headbangers via disqualification; prematch stipulations stated that the winners would recieve a tag team title shot
Bradshaw defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification when Bradshaw was attacked by Club Kamakazie and Yamaguchi-San
Skull & 8-Ball defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg in a non-title match
The Undertaker pinned Barry Windham with the tombstone; after the bout, the Undertaker called out Paul Bearer and Kane, with Bearer admitting he was Kane's father
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought TAFKA Goldust (w/ Luna) to a no contest after Mankind interfered and Vince McMahon, who was the guest timekeeper for the bout, accidentally hit special referee Gerald Brisco with the title belt knocking him out

Taped 4/28/98; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
5/4/98:
WWF IC Champion the Rock & Owen Hart defeated Steve Blackman & Farooq when Owen pinned Blackman after Jeff Jarrett interfered
Dan Severn defeated Savio Vega via submission with an arm bar
the Legion of Doom & DOA fought WWF European Champion Triple H, Chyna, & WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg (w/ X-Pac) to a no contest when LOD and DOA began fighting each other as DX left ringside
Marc Mero defeated Jeff Jarrett via count-out when Jarrett walked out of the match; after the bout, Jarrett and Steve Blackman got into a brawl at ringside
Steve Blackman & Farooq defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock & Owen Hart via count-out when Owen and Rocky left ringside
Mick Foley pinned Terry Funk in a no holds barred, falls count anywhere match at around 16:45 with a piledriver followed by a second piledriver onto a steel chair; WWF World Champion Steve Austin did guest commentary for the match and, mid-way through the contest, threw Jerry Lawler out of his seat after he thought it was Lawler's fault that his headset stopped working; Pat Patterson was the surprise guest referee for the bout; after the match, Foley continued to attack Funk inside the ring before Austin left the commentary table, entered the ring, and threw his cup of beer in Foley's face; moments thereafter, a blinded Foley accidentally applied the Mandible Claw on Patterson; after a confrontation with Foley, Austin hit the Stunner on Patterson as Patterson prepared to hit him with a steel chair from behind; after Foley walked up the ramp, he was met by Vince McMahon and two dudettes, with Vince handing Foley his Dude Love attire, officially naming him the #1 contender (Mick Foley - Greatest Hits & Misses DVD)

5/11/98; Baltimore, MD; Arena
5/11/98:
Vader pinned Barry Windham
8-Ball pinned Road Warrior Hawk
Jeff Jarrett defeated Farooq via disqualification
Sable pinned Marc Mero with the Sable Bomb
WWF European Champion Triple H fought Owen Hart to a no contest
Terry Funk & Scorpio fought Kaientai to a no contest
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & Vince McMahon (mystery partner) (w/ Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson) fought WWF IC Champion the Rock & D-Lo Brown to a no contest when Vince, Brisco, Patterson, and Dude Love attacked Austin late in the contest (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)

5/18/98; Nashville, TN; Arena
5/18/98:
Val Venis pinned Scorpio
Terry Funk pinned Marc Mero
Skull & 8-Ball defeated the Legion of Doom
Dude Love defeated Dustin Runnels
The Headbangers defeated Dick Togo & Mens Teioh via disqualification
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock & Owen Hart
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco to a no contest in a handicap match after hitting Stunners on both opponents as well as special referee Sgt. Slaughter; after the bout, Austin was beaten down by Dude Love after a fan - dressed in an Austin mask and wearing Austin merchandise - jumped over the railing and hit the champion in the head with a chair; the fan was later revealed to be Vince McMahon (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)

Taped 5/19/98; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena
5/25/98:
The Legion of Doom & Droz defeated Skull, 8-Ball, & Chainz
NWA World Champion Dan Severn defeated Owen Hart via disqualification
Golga pinned Headbanger Thrasher (the debut of the Oddities)
Vader defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku pinned Dick Togo
Farooq pinned Marc Mero
WWF European Champion Triple H defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock via count-out

6/1/98; Chicago, IL; Rosemont Horizon
6/1/98 - featured the Undertaker calling out Vince McMahon and demanding a shot at the WWF Championship; McMahon then ordered Taker to face Kane for the chance at the title; included a vignette promoting the debut of Edge, scheduled for June 15:
The Legion of Doom & Droz fought Chainz, Skull, & 8-Ball to a no contest in a streetfight when the Undertaker appeared, took out the remaining members of each team, and demanded to speak to Vince McMahon
Val Venis pinned Papi Chulo with the Money Shot
KOTR Qualifying Match: Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) pinned Steve Blackman with the Shooting Star Press after a low blow and Samoan drop; prior to the bout, Mero introduced Jackie as his new valet
WWF IC Champion the Rock, Owen Hart, & D-Lo Brown defeated WWF European Champion Triple H, WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn in an elimination match; Gunn pinned D-Lo with a piledriver; Rock pinned Road Dogg with the Rock Bottom; Owen pinned Gunn with a spinning heel kick; Triple H pinned Rock with the Pedigree; Triple H was disqualified when Ken Shamrock interfered and attacked Owen; after the bout, the Nation was cleared from ringside after Dan Severn came to the ring
KOTR Qualifying Match: Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee & Southern Justice) pinned Farooq after hitting him with Lee's belt buckle as Southern Justice distracted the referee; prior to the bout Tennessee Lee introduced the repackaged Godwinns as Southern Justice
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku pinned Sho Funaki with the Michinoku Driver; during the bout, Al Snow made a brief appearance in an Asian costume before being escorted out of the building
KOTR Qualifying Match: Mark Henry pinned Terry Funk with a powerbomb and splash after Funk failed a moonsault to the floor, hitting his thighs against the guardrail
Kane pinned the Undertaker with the tombstone after Mankind came ringside and distracted Taker; due to pre-match stipulations, Kane became the #1 contender to the world title; WWF World Champion Steve Austin did guest commentary for the bout

Taped 6/2/98; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre
6/8/98:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Ken Shamrock defeated Kama via submission with the ankle lock at 2:28; after the bout, Mark Henry and D-Lo Brown attacked Shamrock until Dan Severn came to the ring
Farooq & Steve Blackman defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) & Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) when Blackman pinned Jarrett with an inside cradle at 3:28; after the bout, Jarrett and Mero argued over the loss
KOTR Qualifying Match: Owen Hart defeated Scorpio via submission with the Sharpshooter at 5:15
Chainz pinned Droz with a DVD at 2:42; after the bout, the Undertaker came to the ring and hit a chokeslam on both men before demanding to see Vince McMahon
Mark Henry fought Vader to a no contest at 2:44 when the Undertaker came to the ring and hit a chokeslam on both men
KOTR Qualifying Match: Dan Severn defeated D-Lo Brown via submission at 3:10; after the bout, Owen Hart attacked Severn until Ken Shamrock chased him into the crowd; due to the injury sustained in the hold, D-Lo wore a chest protector for the next several months
Val Venis fought Dustin Runnels to a no contest at 5:40 when the Undertaker interfered and hit a chokeslam on both men
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Legion of Doom and DOA when Road Dogg willingly laid down for Gunn to pin him, in order to retain the titles

6/15/98; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum
6/15/98:
KOTR Qualifying Match: WWF IC Champion the Rock pinned Vader with the Rock Bottom after Mark Henry interfered
Droz pinned Jeff Jarrett
Val Venis pinned Chainz
Dustin Runnels pinned Marc Mero
KOTR Qualifying Match: WWF European Champion Triple H defeated X-Pac via count-out after Owen Hart came through the crowd and dropped X-Pac crotch-first over the ringside barrier while Triple H was distracted
Owen Hart & Mark Henry defeated Ken Shamrock & Dan Severn
Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) won a 10-team tag team Royal Rumble match by last eliminating Terry Funk & Scorpio; other teams included: Bob Holly & Bart Gunn, the Headbangers, Golga & Kurrgan, Skull & 8-Ball, Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor, the Legion of Doom, Taka Michinoku & Bradshaw, and Farooq & Steve Blackman; due to pre-match stipulations, Kane & Mankind became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Undertaker fought Kane & Mankind (w/ Paul Bearer) to a no contest in a Hell in a Cell match when Bearer locked himself inside the cage as Austin brawled with Kane & Mankind around ringside; the Undertaker, who failed to arrive when his music played moments earlier, came up from underneath the ring and brutalized Bearer as Austin scaled the cage to attack Kane on the roof (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)

Taped 6/16/98; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center
6/22/98:
KOTR Quarter Finals: Ken Shamrock pinned Mark Henry with a belly to belly suplex
X-Pac (w/ Chyna) pinned Dustin Runnels with a spin heel kick after Dustin became distracted by Chyna
KOTR Quarter Finals: Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) pinned Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) with a DDT
Kane pinned WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg with the tombstone
Edge defeated Jose Estrada via count-out after Estrada injured himself after sustaining a leap to the floor from Edge (Edge's TV debut)
KOTR Quarter Finals: Dan Severn defeated Owen Hart via submission after X-Pac interfered and hit Owen in the back of the head with a steel chair
KOTR Quarter Finals: WWF IC Champion the Rock pinned WWF European Champion Triple H in a non-title match at 8:06 with a low blow and fisherman's suplex
Mankind defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn via submission with the Mandible Claw

6/29/98; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
6/29/98 - included an opening segment in which Vince McMahon prepared to present Kane with the heavyweight title only for Steve Austin to interrupt and make a challenge for a rematch later that night with Kane accepting; included an in-ring promo by the Undertaker in which he said he had to save Kane from setting himself on fire the previous night; this brought out Vince McMahon who ordered Taker not to interfere in the night's main event; featured the return of Paul Ellering as the Legion of Doom's manager only for Ellering to turn on them and announce the DOA as his new tag team:
Steven Regal defeated Droz via submission (Regal's debut); prior to the bout, Vince McMahon had Sable introduce Regal before she sat down to do guest commentary
Brawl for All: Steve Blackman defeated Marc Mero via referee's decision; Danny Hodge was the referee
Val Venis pinned Dick Togo with the Money Shot; Dustin Runnels did guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Val was attacked by all of Kaientai for checking out Yamaguchi-san's wife but eventually won the brawl
Ken Shamrock defeated Owen Hart and Triple H by pinning Triple H after the Rock interfered; after the match, a brawl ensued involving DX and the Nation
Brawl for All: Bradshaw defeated Mark Canterbury
Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) with the Stunner to win the title; after the bout, the Undertaker came to the ring and sustained the Stunner as well

Taped 6/30/98; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
7/6/98:
Brawl for All: Savio Vega defeated Brakkus
Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) by disqualification when Mabel interfered
Vader fought Bradshaw to a no contest when Kane & Mankind interfered
Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated the Headbangers
D-Lo Brown (w/ the Godfather) pinned Terry Funk with the Lo Down frog splash; after the match, the Undertaker came ringside and attacked all three men
Brawl For All: Road Warrior Hawk fought Droz to a draw when both men were tied on points
Val Venis defeated Dustin Runnells via disqualification when Kaientai interfered
Ken Shamrock defeated Mabel via submission with the ankle lock; after the match, Shamrock continued to attack Mabel
Kane pinned Mankind with a chair shot on the floor; after the bout, Kane unmasked, revealing himself to be the Undertaker; due to pre-match stipulations, the Undertaker became the #1 contender to the world title; Steve Austin did guest commentary for the match

7/13/98; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
7/13/98 - Shawn Michaels made a surprise return, after being gone since WrestleMania, to do guest commentary for the show:
The Undertaker pinned Vader with the tombstone
Brawl for All: Bart Gunn defeated Bob Holly via judge�s decision
X-Pac & WWF European Champion Triple H defeated Owen Hart & WWF IC Champion the Rock when X-Pac pinned the Rock by reversing a spinebuster attempt into the X-Factor; the match came as a result of Hart coming ringside and assaulting Jason Sensation after Sensation impersonated Owen the previous week during DX�s mockery of the Nation; after Hart applied the Sharpshooter on Sensation inside the ring, DX came out for the save
Steve Blackman pinned Marc Mero with a kick to the chest
Kane & Mankind defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles after D-Lo Brown came through the crowd and hit a frog splash, wearing his steel chest protector, as DX and the Nation brawled around ringside
Kaientai defeated Brian Christopher, Scott Taylor, & WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku following a senton bomb
Brawl for All: Dan Severn defeated the Godfather
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn fought WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & Mankind to a no contest when Steve Austin and the Undertaker laid out all the participants; Austin and Taker were the guest referees for the match

Taped 7/14/98; Binghamton, NY
7/20/98:
D-Lo Brown (w/ the Rock) pinned WWF European Champion Triple H to win the title after the Rock interfered and executed the Rock Bottom on the champion
Brawl for All: Steve Williams defeated Pierre
Road Warrior Animal fought Skull to a no contest when Paul Ellering attempted to run Animal over on his motorcycle; Road Warrior Hawk made the save
Steve Blackman (w/ Ken Shamrock & Dan Severn) pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee & Southern Justice) with a kick to the chest; after the match, Owen Hart attacked Shamrock
Brawl for All: Scorpio defeated 8-Ball
Owen Hart defeated Farooq via submission with the Sharpshooter; after the match, Ken Shamrock chased Hart into the crowd
WWF IC Champion the Rock defeated X-Pac (w/ Chyna) via disqualification when a second referee prevented the referee from counting the pinfall on the champion, informing the ref that Triple H had interfered moments earlier and hit the Pedigree on the Rock; before the match began, DX and the Nation brawled in the ring; moments before the finish, D-Lo Brown came through the crowd to interfere but was crotched on the top rope by Triple H, who had followed him through the crowd; after the bout, DX won a second brawl with the Nation before Triple H had a girl in the audience flash the crowd; Shawn Michaels did guest commentary for the bout (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)
WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & Mankind defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin via disqualification in a handicap match when the Undertaker hit Kane with a steel chair

7/27/98; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
7/27/98:
Vader defeated WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown via count-out in a non-title match after ripping D-Lo's chest protector off and hitting a splash outside the ring
Brawl for All Quarter Finals: Bart Gunn defeated Steve Williams
Owen Hart defeated Dan Severn via disqualification when Ken Shamrock interfered and attacked Owen; after the match, Severn locked Shamrock in a Dragon sleeper until Steve Blackman and a host of referees broke it up
Farooq & Scorpio fought DOA (w/ Paul Elloring) to a no contest when all four men and Bradshaw began brawling in and out of the ring
Triple H (w/ Chyna) and X-Pac defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock via count-out when the champion left ringside as Triple H and X-Pac were busy fighting in the ring
Brakus pinned Jesus Castillo with a spinebuster in under 2 minutes
Val Venis pinned Brian Christopher (w/ Scott Taylor) with a fisherman's suplex; Taka Michinoku made the save after the match
Mark Henry & Kama defeated the Legion of Doom after Kama hit the DVD on Road Warrior Animal after Road Warrior Hawk tripped while attempting the flying clothesline
WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & The Undertaker defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg when Austin pinned Road Dogg with the Stunner

Taped 7/28/98; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena
8/3/98:
Golga (w/ Sable and the Oddities) defeated Marc Mero
Brawl for All Quarter Finals: the Godfather defeated Scorpio
Kane & Mankind defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg after a double team behind the referee's back
Road Warrior Hawk defeated Jeff Jarrett; after the match, Droz made the save for the LOD against Southern Justice
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned X-Pac with the Pedigree after a low blow from Chyna; due to pre-match stipulations, Triple H became the #1 contender to the IC title; after the match, the two made up
Val Venis & Taka Michinoku fought Dick Togo & Sho Funaki to a no contest when Taka turned on his partner to join Kaientai
Dan Severn defeated WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown via disqualification when Ken Shamrock interfered, costing Severn the match; after the match, Edge attacked the champion on the ramp while Blackman tried to keep Severn and Shamrock apart
WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & The Undertaker defeated WWF IC Champion the Rock & Owen Hart; after the match, the two teams brawled with Kane & Mankind and the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn

8/10/98; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium
8/10/98:
Luna pinned Jackie
Brawl for All Quarter Finals: Droz defeated Savio Vega
Southern Justice fought Road Warrior Animal & Droz to a no contest
Vader fought the Godfather to a no contest
Brawl for All Quarter Finals: Bradshaw defeated Marc Mero
Kane & Mankind defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg, WWF IC Champion the Rock & WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown (sub. for Owen Hart), & WWF Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & the Undertaker in a four corners match to win the titles when Kane pinned the Undertaker

Taped 8/11/98; Des Moines, IA
8/17/98:
Dan Severn fought Owen Hart and Ken Shamrock to a no contest in a triple threat match; Shamrock had Owen in the ankle lock and Severn had Shamrock in a chokehold, Owen then helped beat on Shamrock and the referee called for the bell; after the bout, Steve Blackman tried to make the save but he was choked by Severn as well
Brawl for All Semi Finals: Bart Gunn defeated the Godfather
Gangrel pinned Brian Christopher
Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Faarooq & Scorpio when DOA switched places, as the referee was distracted by DX and the Nation fighting at ringside, and Scorpion was pinned
DX fought the Nation to a no contest in a street fight when Southern Justice & Jeff Jarrett interfered and helped in beating down DX
Sable defeated Jackie via disqualification in an arm wrestling match when Jackie pushed the table onto Sable, after the contest, Jackie broke the Bikini Contest trophy over Sable; moments thereafter, the Oddities made the save and Sable was carried to the back by the Giant Silva
Brawl for All Semi Finals: Bradshaw defeated Droz
Kaientai (w/ Mr. & Mrs. Yamaguchi-san) defeated Val Venis in a gauntlet match when, after Venis defeated all the other members, he was pinned by Taka Michinoku following the Michinoku Driver; after the bout, Mrs. Yamaguchi-san then slapped Venis; had Venis won, he would have earned 5 minutes in the ring with Yamaguchi-san

8/24/98; Philadelphia, PA; Corestates Center
8/24/98:
Ken Shamrock defeated Dan Severn via disqualification at 2:54 when Owen Hart interfered; Steve Blackman made the save after the match but was met with a suplex by Shamrock; moments later, Blackman returned the favor
Kurrgan (w/ Sable, Luna, & the Oddities) defeated Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) via disqualification at 1:40 after suffering a low blow
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Southern Justice at 3:15 after Gunn hit a piledriver on Mark Cantabury; after the bout, Southern Justice and Jeff Jarrett attacked a cameraman and shaved his head
WWF Tag Team Champion Kane fought WWF Tag Team Champion Mankind to a no contest in a Hell in a Cell match at 7:30 when Steve Austin came up from under the ring and attacked Kane
X-Pac defeated Gangrel via disqualification when Jeff Jarrett interfered and hit X-Pac with a guitar
Brawl for All Finals: Bart Gunn defeated Bradshaw via TKO

Taped 8/31/98; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
Raw Saturday Night - 9/5/98:
Ken Shamrock & Steve Blackman fought the DOA (w/ Paul Ellering) to a no contest when the Undertaker and Kane interfered
Val Venis fought Vader to a no contest when the Undertaker and Kane interfered
The Rock & Mark Henry defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg (w/ Chyna) via disqualification when Chyna attacked Henry
Southern Justice defeated the Headbangers when Dennis Knight pinned Mosh with the Problem Solver
X-Pac fought WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown to a no contest when Jeff Jarrett attacked X-Pac, the Undertaker and Kane attempted to attack D-Lo, and the Rock made the save
Edge fought Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) to a no contest when Gangrel attacked Edge and the Undertaker and Kane attacked Mero
Kurrgan & the Giant Silva (w/ Golga, Luna, & the ICP) defeated Road Warrior Animal & Droz when a drunken Road Warrior Hawk interfered and was chokeslammed and pinned by Silva
Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor defeated Miguel Perez & Jesus Castillo after Brian Christopher hit the legdrop off the top
Jeff Jarrett defeated Scorpio via disqualification when X-Pac interfered; the Undertaker and Kane attacked Scorpio after the match until Taker chased off Vince McMahon at ringside

Taped 9/1/98; Lowell, MA; Tsongas Arena
Raw Saturday Night - 9/12/98:
Edge defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification after Southern Justice interfered and Jarrett hit Edge with his guitar
Bradshaw pinned Droz by using the ropes for leverage
Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) pinned Miguel Perez with the TKO
The DOA (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Kurrgan & Golga (w/ Luna, ICP, & Giant Silva) via disqualification when the ICP interfered; the DOA destroyed the ICP before leaving on their motorcycles
Southern Justice defeated Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor when Dennis Knight pinned Scott Taylor with the Problem Solver inverted DDT
Vader pinned Dustin Runnels with the Vader Bomb
D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry defeated the Headbangers via disqualification when Chyna interfered and attacked Henry before going after everyone else in the ring; DX eventually calmed her down
WWF IC Champion Triple H, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg (w/ Chyna) defeated Kaientai (w/ Yamaguchi San) when X-Pac pinned Sho Funaki with an assisted X-Factor

9/14/98; San Jose, CA; Arena
9/14/98:
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Southern Justice) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg (w/ X-Pac & Billy Gunn) after hitting him with pieces of a broken guitar
The Rock pinned Kane (w/ the Undertaker) after Mankind interfered and hit Kane with a sledgehammer
WWF IC Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna & X-Pac) pinned Owen Hart (w/ Mark Henry) with the Pedigree
Mankind fought the Undertaker to a no contest when both men used various weapons, Kane joined in attacking Mankind, and the Rock prevented the Undertaker from using a sledgehammer by coming out of one of the dumpsters at ringside and pushing Mankind into the crowd to save him; Kane and the Undertaker stalked the Rock backstage after the match (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)
Gangrel fought Edge to a no contest after hitting the DDT on the floor
Mark Henry defeated X-Pac & Chyna (w/ Triple H) in a handicap match by catching Chyna coming off the top rope and hitting a powerslam
Sable defeated Jackie (w/ Marc Mero) in an evening gown match
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought Ken Shamrock to a no contest when the Undertaker, Kane, Mankind, and the Rock interfered

Taped 9/15/98; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena
9/21/98 - featured Kevin Kelly, Jim Cornette, & Shane McMahon on commentary:
WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn pinned Jeff Jarrett
The Headbangers fought the Oddities to a no contest when the Headbangers destroyed Golga's Cartman doll before the match
Skull & 8-Ball (w/ Paul Elloring) fought Mark Cantabury & Dennis Knight to a no contest when Jeff Jarrett came ringside and broke his guitar over Elloring's head
The Undertaker & Kane defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin & WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn
Al Snow pinned Sgt. Slaughter in a Boot Camp Match after hitting him with Head; after the match, Snow fought off an attack from Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson thanks to help from Scorpio; due to prematch stipulations, Snow earned a contract with the WWF
Val Venis defeated Owen Hart via disqualification when Dustin Runnels interfered; after the match, Val beat on Dustin before showing him a porn video starring Val and Dustin's ex-wife Marlena
X-Pac pinned WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown to win the title

9/28/98; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
9/28/98:
Southern Justice defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg via disqualification
Owen Hart pinned Dan Severn with a tombstone piledriver; after the match, Severn was taken out of the ring on a stretcher
D-Lo Brown defeated Edge, Marc Mero, Jeff Jarrett, Gangrel, and Droz in a 6-man four corners match after hitting the Sky High on Edge; due to prematch stipulations, D-Lo earned a European title shot for the next week
Farooq pinned Mark Henry
Kurrgan & Golga defeated the Headbangers
WWF European Champion X-Pac defeated Val Venis
The Rock, Ken Shamrock, & Mankind defeated the Undertaker & Kane in a handicap match after the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on the Undertaker (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)

Taped 9/29/98; East Lansing, MI; Breslin Arena
10/5/98:
D-Lo Brown (w/ Mark Henry) pinned WWF European Champion X-Pac (w/ Chyna) with the Frog Splash to win the title after Henry rammed the champion back-first into the ringpost
The Headbangers fought the Insane Clown Posse to a no contest after they were brutally attacked and later saved by the Oddities
Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) pinned Vader with the Shooting Star Press after a low blow
Edge defeated Owen Hart via forfiet when Owen came to the ring in street clothes and said he was so upset over 'breaking' Dan Severn's neck that he was quitting
Val Venis (w/ Terri Runnels) defeated Gangrel (w/ Christian) via count-out when Gangrel and Christian attacked Edge at ringside; after the match, Goldust announced on the Titan Tron that he would be returning the following week
Jeff Jarrett defeated Al Snow via disqualification after Sgt. Slaughter interfered
Ken Shamrock pinned Kane with a belly to belly suplex off the top after the Undertaker interfered
WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg (w/ X-Pac & Chyna) pinned Mark Henry (w/ D-Lo Brown) after X-Pac interfered and hit the X-Factor
The Undertaker pinned the Rock with the tombstone, despite being hit with a chair by Kane; Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown had attacked the Rock earlier in the bout

10/12/98; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
10/12/98:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn fought Road Warrior Animal & Droz to a no contest when the challengers went to save Road Warrior Hawk - who did guest commentary for the match - from a beating at the hands of the DOA on the floor as the Headbangers attacked the champions inside the ring, busting a boom box over the head of the Road Dogg
WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter Finals:
Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman via submission with the ankle lock; after the match, the Blue Blazer attacked both men before running off; once he regained his senses, Shamrock again applied the ankle lock on Blackman
Val Venis (w/ Terri) pinned Marco Mero (w/ WWF Women's Champion Jackie) with the fisherman's suplex after Mero became distracted by Terri; after the bout, Venis and Mero broke up a fight between Jackie and Terri
Mankind defeated Mark Henry via submission to the Mandible Claw; Chyna stood at ringside for the duration of the match (1st time Mankind uses Mr. Socko) (Best of Raw Vol. 1 DVD)
X-Pac pinned Jeff Jarrett with a roll up after Jarrett opened his guitar case to find Head in the place of his guitar; after the contest, Al Snow regained Head
Semi Finals:
Ken Shamrock defeated Val Venis via submission with the ankle lock; after the bout, Venis was attacked by Goldust
X-Pac pinned Mankind with a roll up after Shamrock came ringside and distracted Mankind; Shamrock immediately attacked X-Pac after the contest
Finals: Ken Shamrock defeated X-Pac via submission to the ankle lock to win the title; Triple H did guest commentary for the match; after the contest, Mankind and Triple H helped the injured X-Pac
Steve Austin & the Rock fought Kane & the Undertaker to a no contest after D-Lo Brown and the Godfather attacked Rock on the floor while moments later a masked man attacked Austin with a nightstick; the masked man was later revealed to be the returning Big Bossman as he, the Undertaker, and Kane continued to beat on Austin

10/19/98; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center
10/19/98:
WWF European Champion X-Pac (w/ Chyna) pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock with the X-Factor; Chyna was arrested during the match
The Headbangers defeated Road Warrior Animal & Droz when Droz was pinned with a roll up after he became distracted by Road Warrior Hawk
Steve Blackman defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) via disqualification when the Blue Blazer interfered and attacked Blackman; Al Snow came to make the save but was given a guitar shot by Jarrett
The Rock pinned D-Lo Brown (w/ Mark Henry) by catching D-Lo coming off the top and hitting the Rock Bottom; Henry attacked Rock after the match
Val Venis (w/ Terri) pinned Mankind after Ken Shamrock interfered and hit Mankind with a chair
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) fought Kane to a no contest in a casket match when the casket broke

Taped 10/20/98; Madison, WI; Kohl Center
10/26/98:
WWF European Champion X-Pac defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification when Steven Regal interfered and attacked the champion
The Rock pinned Droz (w/ the Legion of Doom) with the Rock Bottom and People's Elbow
Kane defeated Gangrel via disqualification when Edge and Christian interfered
The Godfather fought Tiger Ali Singh to a double disqualification when the participants began brawling
Kaientai defeated the Oddities & the Insane Clown Posse via disqualification when the ICP threw the referee across the ring
Marc Mero (w/ Jackie) defeated Goldust via disqualification after Goldust hit the Shattered Dreams; after the match, Sable challenged Jackie to a match at Survivor Series
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Mankind & Al Snow when Road Dogg pinned Mankind with a roll up; after the match, the champions were attacked by Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown
Steve Austin defeated WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock via TKO in a non-title match after hitting him with a chair and using his hand to tap out; earlier in the match, the referee was knocked out and Mankind attacked Shamrock

11/2/98; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
11/2/98:
Edge, Gangrel, & Christian fought X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg to a no contest at 4:30 when Kane interfered and hit a chokeslam on several of the participants
Road Warrior Hawk fought Droz to a no contest when Droz attacked Hawk, who was obviously unable to compete, until Road Warrior Animal called him off
Kurrgan & Golga (w/ Luna & the Giant Silva) defeated Al Snow & Mankind at 4:36 when Golga pinned Snow with the sit-down splash following a chokeslam from Kurrgan; Mankind spent the entire match looking for the missing Mr. Socko
Goldust fought Steven Regal to a no contest at around 5:00 when Kane interfered as Regal was set up for the Shattered Dreams, attacked both men, and attempted to hit a chokeslam on Terri Runnels - who came ringside to distract Goldust - until a number of officials intervened; Tony Garea ended up sustaining a chokeslam
The Rock defeated WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock via disqualification at 8:00 when the champion used a steel chair as a weapon; due to prematch stipulations made by Vince McMahon before the match, since Rock did not win the title then he would not be involved in the Survivor Series world title tournament nor would he be the #1 contender
Val Venis defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) via disqualification at 2:30 when the Blue Blazer interfered and crotched Venis on the top rope
The Headbangers fought D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry to a no contest at 5:30 when Kane interfered and attacked several of the officials; the match was to have determined the #1 contenders for the tag team titles

Taped 11/3/98; Dallas, TX; Reunion Arena
11/9/98:
X-Pac fought the Undertaker to a no contest when Kane interfered; during the melee, Kane attempted to shoot a fireball into the Undertaker�s face but X-Pac sustained the blow instead
Val Venis defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification when Terri Runnels, who had been sent backstage by Val, returned ringside and his Val in the groin; moments later, Blackman was attacked by Jeff Jarrett and the Blue Blazer
Headbanger Mosh defeated the Road Dogg and D-Lo Brown; after the match, Billy Gunn cleared the ring; Shane McMahon was the referee for the match
Goldust defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) via disqualification when Jarrett hit his opponent with a guitar after Goldust kissed Debra on the ring apron, moments after Terri Runnels came ringside to distract Goldust
Steven Regal pinned Golga (w/ the Oddities) with a DDT; during the match, Regal unmasked Golga (the match was not televised due to the unmasking)
WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock by pinning him on the rampway; during the match, Vince McMahon, the Big Bossman, Gerald Brisco, and Pat Patterson interfered on behalf of Mankind; only the hardcore title was on the line; this was the 1st defense of the hardcore championship
Kane defeated Edge (w/ Gangrel & Christian) via disqualification when Gangrel and Christian interfered; after the match, Kane hit a chokeslam on all three, poured gasoline on them, and attempted to use a blowtorch until officials intervened
The Rock pinned Mark Henry (w/ D-Lo Brown) with the People�s Elbow, despite interference from D-Lo and the Big Bossman; after the match, the Rock fought off McMahon�s Stooges before bringing Vince himself, who watched the match from ringside, into the ring and hit the Rock Bottom and People�s Elbow; Shane McMahon was the referee for the match; due to prematch stipulations, the Rock regained his spot in the Survivor Series world title tournament

11/16/98; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena
11/16/98:
WWF European Champion X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Golga, Kurrgan, & the Giant Silva (w/ Luna Vachon & the ICP) when Gunn pinned Golga at 2:52 after Shaggy 2 Dope interfered and accidentally hit an elbow drop off the top onto Golga behind the referee�s back
Val Venis pinned Mark Henry (w/ D-Lo Brown) with a roll up at 2:37 after Henry became distracted by Chyna at ringside
Steve Blackman & Goldust defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) & the Blue Blazer at 2:09 when Blackman pinned the Blazer with a martial arts kick; after the bout, Blackman attempted to unmasked the Blazer until he was double teamed by Owen Hart and Jarrett
The Godfather fought Steven Regal to a no contest when Regal accepted Godfather�s hoes but then attacked him when the Godfather made an offhand remark about England being �nothing but a place full of fags�
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock fought the Big Bossman to a double disqualification at 3:57 when both men hit the referee when he stepped between them; after the bout, Vince & Shane McMahon came to the ring with Vince separating the two wrestlers before recruiting Shamrock into the Corporation
Edge & Gangrel defeated Road Warrior Animal & Droz via count-out at 2:15 when Animal and Droz left the ring to see what Road Warrior Hawk was doing on the Titan Tron; moments later, after Paul Elloring came out to try to talk Hawk down, Droz climbed up and subtly pushed Hawk off the Titan Tron
Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ the Big Bossman, Ken Shamrock, Vince & Shane McMahon) via disqualification at 6:00 when the Undertaker interfered and hit Austin with a shovel; earlier in the contest, Mankind came out to counter the presence of the Corporation but was attacked on the floor

Taped 11/17/98; Columbus, OH; Schottenstein Center
11/23/98:
The Headbangers defeated the Oddities at 1:30 when Mosh pinned Golga with a roll up after the ICP turned on the Oddities
Steve Blackman pinned the Blue Blazer with a kick to the chest at 2:50; Owen Hart prevented Blackman from taking the mask off the Blazer following the match
Edge & Gangrel defeated Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown at 7:06 when Gangrel pinned Henry with a roll up after Chyna came ringside; after the match, Chyna agreed to go on a date with Mark
Goldust fought Marc Mero to a no contest at 3:58 after Terri Runnels and Jackie attacked both men
WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind defeated the Big Bossman and WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock in a three way match at 8:25 after Al Snow interfered and hit Shamrock with Head
Gillberg pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Christian to win the title at 2:25 after the JOB Squad interfered and Scorpio hit a splash onto Christian
Tiger Ali Singh fought the Godfather to a no contest when Steven Regal interfered and attacked the Godfather before the match began; Val Venis made the save moments thereafter
Scorpio & Bob Holly defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn in a non-title match at 5:21 when Scorpio pinned Gunn after Mankind interfered and hit Gunn with a snowblower
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned WWF European Champion X-Pac at 8:32 after Shawn Michaels interfered, took a chair from the champion, and hit X-Pac over the head with it; Steve Austin fended off the Corporation following the match, hitting Stunners on them as well as Shane McMahon, X-Pac, and the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn

11/30/98; Baltimore, MD; Arena
11/30/98:
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Gangrel & Edge via disqualification at 2:57 when Christian hit Gunn with one of the tag belts; after the match, Ken Shamrock & the Big Bossman attacked the champions
Goldust defeated Jeff Jarrett via disqualification at 3:26 when Owen Hart interfered; after the match, the Blue Blazer attacked Owen, later revieling himself to be Steve Blackman
The Big Bossman defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 6:11 after the Rock interfered; after the match, the Rock and Shawn Michaels continued to beat on the former champion
Duane Gill pinned Marc Mero at 2:11 after the Blue Meanie pushed Mero off the top as he prepared to hit the Shooting Star Press; Mero announced before the match that if he were to lose, he would retire
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock defeated WWF European Champion X-Pac via disqualification at 4:41 when Triple H interfered; the Big Bossman attacked X-Pac thanks to Shawn Micahels' distracting the referee, which led to Triple H coming to the ring; only X-Pac's title was on the line in the match
Val Venis defeated Tiger Ali Singh (w/ Baboo) via disqualification at 2:58 after Marlena interfered and gave Val a low blow; Farooq & Bradshaw attacked Tiger and Baboo after the match
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Al Snow with the Rock Bottom at 4:58

Taped 12/1/98; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
12/7/98:
D-Lo Brown (w/ Mark Henry) pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) with a roll up at 2:24 when both Jarrett and Debra became distracted by Goldust who came ringside wearing nothing but a trench coat and flashed Debra
The Headbangers defeated Edge & Gangrel (w/ Christian) via disqualification at 2:07 when the Oddities, Tiger Ali Singh, and Babu came ringside and Golga hit the sit-down splash on Mosh
Goldust pinned Owen Hart with an inside cradle at 4:20, despite Jeff Jarrett and Debra coming ringside and Debra flashing Goldust
The Acolytes fought Val Venis & the Godfather to a no contest at the 48-second mark when all four men began brawling in and outside of the ring
Steve Blackman pinned Tiger Ali Singh with a thrust kick at 2:14; after the bout, Blackman fought off an interfering Blue Blazer before being attacked by Owen Hart and having the dragon sleeper applied on the ramp way
Mark Henry (w/ D-Lo Brown) pinned Droz (w/ Road Warrior Animal) with a splash at 3:27 after Chyna got on the ring apron and slapped Droz
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & the Big Bossman defeated Triple H & X-Pac (w/ Chyna) in an anything goes match via disqualification at 8:19 when Commissioner Shawn Michaels gave Billy Gunn, who came ringside with the Road Dogg mid-way through the bout, a steel chair to use on Helmsley - but Gunn instead hit Shamrock over the head with the chair
Steve Austin & Mankind fought WWF World Champion the Rock & the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 8:15 when Ken Shamrock and the Big Bossman interfered; after the bout, Mankind was handcuffed to the ring rope as Austin was tied to the Undertaker�s symbol and raised high above the stage

12/14/98; Tacoma, WA; Tacoma Dome
12/14/98:
Val Venis & the Godfather defeated Edge & Gangrel when Val scored the pin with the fisherman�s suplex
Goldust defeated the Blue Blazer via disqualification when Jeff Jarrett interfered as Goldust attempted the Shattered Dreams; after the bout, Steve Blackman made the save and unmasked the Blazer to reveal him as being Owen Hart
Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown (w/ Terri & Jackie) defeated Al Snow & Bob Holly when Henry pinned Holly with a bodyslam after Jackie interfered
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles when Gunn submitted to Shamrock�s ankle lock after Michaels hit the title holder in the ankle with Bossman�s nightstick
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned Steve Blackman in a guitar on a pole match after Owen Hart interfered with a second guitar
Kane fought Mankind to a no contest when Vince McMahon challenged Mankind to a streetfight as Kane was put in a straightjacket by orderlies; moments thereafter, the Corporation came to McMahon�s aid as he was being attacked backstage
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Triple H after Shawn Michaels hit the challenger with the title belt and Test interfered (Test's debut)

Taped 12/15/98; Spokane, WA; Arena
12/21/98:
Al Snow pinned Gangrel with the Snow Plow
Billy Gunn pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock in a non-title match; WWF Commissioner Shawn Michaels made the match non-title after the bout was over
Steve Blackman defeated the Blue Blazer via disqualification when Owen Hart interfered; Goldust helped Blackman after the match and unmasked the Blazer to reveal him as Jeff Jarrett
The Road Dogg pinned WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman to win the title
Bob Holly & Scorpio defeated the Acolytes via disqualification when the Acolytes were unnecesarily violent
Mankind defeated Shane McMahon via disqualification when the Corporation interfered; DX made the save
The Headbangers defeated D-Lo Brown in a handicap match after D-Lo's partner, Mark Henry, was being whipped backstage by Marlena & Jackie
WWF World Champion the Rock & Test defeated Triple H & X-Pac via disqualification when Kane interfered and chokeslammed every member of DX

12/28/98; Albany, NY; Pepsi Arena
12/28/98:
Val Venis defeated WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg via disqualification when Test interfered and attacked Venis; after the match, Vince McMahon ordered Road Dogg to defend the title again later in the night against Mankind
Edge defeated Al Snow via disqualification after Snow repeatedly hit Edge with Head
WWF European Champion X-Pac fought the Big Bossman to a no contest when Test and Val Venis interfered
Steve Blackman & Goldust defeated Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett when Blackman pinned Owen after Dan Severn distracted Owen from ringside
Triple H defeated Ken Shamrock via disqualification when Shamrock refused to let go of the ankle lock after Triple H had reached the ropes; DX and the Corporation brawled in the ring after the match
Kane defeated Billy Gunn via disqualification when X-Pac interfered
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg pinned Mankind after the Rock interfered and executed the Rock Bottom on Mankind; after the match, Vince McMahon fired Shawn Michaels as commissioner, with Michaels hitting the superkick on McMahon in response

1999

Taped 12/29/98; Worcester, MA; Centrum
1/4/99:
Steve Blackman pinned WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock in a non-title match after Billy Gunn interfered
Goldust defeated Mark Henry via disqualification
The Godfather fought Test to a no contest
Triple H pinned Mankind in a match where the winner would earn a spot in the Royal Rumble; Mankind applied a submission hold on Shane McMahon after the match until Vince McMahon awarded him a world title shot later in the night
Edge fought D-Lo Brown to a no contest
Kane defeated Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco in a handicap match
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg pinned Al Snow
Mankind (w/ Triple H, Billy Gunn, the Road Dogg, X-Pac, & Chyna) pinned WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ Vince & Shane McMahon, Test, WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman, Test, & Kane) to win the title at 8:48 after Steve Austin interfered and hit the champion in the head with a steel chair as all members of DX and the Corporation battled around ringside; after the match, DX hoisted Mankind on their shoulders in victory (Mick Foley - Greatest Hits & Misses DVD)

1/11/99; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
1/11/99 - featured the Undertaker "sacrificing" Dennis Knight and transforming him into Mideon:
Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) defeated Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg (w/ Chyna); due to prematch stipulations, Owen & Jarrett became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
Luna Vachon pinned Gillberg
WWF European Champion X-Pac pinned Al Snow after Goldust interfered and hit Snow with Head
Kane defeated WWF World Champion Mankind via disqualification when the Rock interfered and hit the challenger with a chair before doing the same to the champion; Steve Austin came to the ring after the match and hit the Stunner on both competitors before chasing the Rock backstage
Triple H defeated Edge
Chyna won the Corporate Rumble by last eliminating Vince McMahon after McMahon was distracted by Steve Austin at ringside; order of entry: Ken Shamrock (eliminated himself while brutally attacking Gunn on the floor), Billy Gunn (eliminted by Test via a hiptoss), the Big Bossman (eliminated by McMahon as he attempted to dump out Triple H), Test (eliminated by Kane via choke throw after Test accidentally kicked Kane when Triple H ducked), X-Pac (eliminated by the Bossman), the Road Dogg (eliminated by Kane via clothesline), Kane (eliminated via Triple H / X-Pac double clothesline), Triple H (eliminated by McMahon along with Bossman), Vince McMahon (unscheduled participant; w/ Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson), Chyna (unscheduled participant); due to prematch stipulations, Chyna won the #30 slot in the Royal Rumble match; Shane McMahon did guest commentary for the bout (Best of Raw Vol. 2)

Taped 1/12/99; Beaumont, TX
1/18/99:
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg pinned Gangrel outside the ring after a chairshot; the champion appeared to have suffered a legit injury after being powerbombed through a table
Test pinned Billy Gunn; after the match, Ken Shamrock attacked Gunn and applied the ankle lock
Steve Blackman defeated Dan Severn via disqualification after Severn hit a low blow
WWF World Champion Mankind defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification after the Rock interfered, hit Mankind with a chair, and hit a Rock Bottom onto the chair
Al Snow pinned Goldust by reversing a small package; due to prematch stipulations, Snow recaptured possession of Head; after the bout, Goldust hit the Shattered Dreams on Snow and hit him with Head before leaving ringside with Head
Chyna defeated Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco in a handicap match by pinning both men following DDTs; due to prematch stipulations, Chyna retained her #30 spot in the Royal Rumble match (Best of Raw Vol. 2 DVD)
Kane defeated the Rock via disqualification after the Corporation attacked Kane; prior to the match beginning, Kane was attacked by the Corporation; after the match, Mankind made the save and hit Rock with a chair after Rock became distracted by Steve Austin

1/25/99; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
1/25/99:
Billy Gunn (w/ Triple H) pinned Goldust; the Blue Meanie came ringside during the match to steal back Head
Droz defeated George Steele; the Oddities made the save after the match
Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett defeated WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock & the Big Bossman to win the titles after the Blue Blazer interfered and hit Shamrock over the head with a guitar
Test pinned Val Venis after Ken Shamrock interfered and hit Val with a chair; Billy Gunn made the save until Val attacked him, thinking it was him that used the chair
Al Snow & WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg defeated Edge & Gangrel in a hardcore match after Snow used Head as a weapon; the Ministry attacked both Snow and Road Dogg after the match
WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) in an I Quit match at 9:09 when the challenger agreed to lose the match if the Corporation didn't harm Chyna; after the match, Chyna turned on Triple H to join the Corporation (Best of Raw Vol. 2)

Taped 1/26/99; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center
2/1/99:
Val Venis defeated Billy Gunn via disqualification when Ken Shamrock interfered and hit Venis with a chair; after the bout, Venis - believing Gunn had attacked him from behind - hit Gunn with the chair
The Big Bossman pinned D-Lo Brown with the sidewalk slam
Darren Drozdov pinned Kurrgan with a shoulder block off the top after hitting him with a broom handle
The Undertaker, Viscera, & Mideon fought Edge, Christian, & Gangrel to a no contest when the Acolytes interfered
The Acolytes defeated the Road Dogg & Al Snow following a powerbomb on Road Dogg through a table after Viscera attacked Snow; after the match, the Brood were revealed to be the new members of the Ministry
Triple H defeated Kane in a steel cage match by escaping the cage after interference from both X-Pac and Chyna

Taped 2/8/99; Toronto, Ontario; Skydome
Raw Saturday Night - 2/13/99:
D-Lo Brown pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Jeff Jarrett at 1:11
Gillberg pinned Goldust at 1:35 after the Blue Meanie distracted Goldust
The Godfather defeated Viscera via disqualification at 1:22
X-Pac defeated Kane via disqualification at 2:58
The Rock pinned Steve Blackman at 3:50
Vince McMahon, WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock, Test, Kane, Chyna, & the Big Bossman defeated Steve Austin in a gauntlet match; Austin defeated Shamrock via disqualification at 1:34; Austin defeated Test at 2:35 via disqualification; Austin defeated Kane at 4:17 via disqualification; Austin defeated Chyna at 4:30 via disqualification; Austin defeated Bossman at 5:26 via disqualification; McMahon pinned Austin at 6:45

2/15/99; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center
2/15/99:
Debra & WWF Tag Team Champion Jeff Jarrett fought Ivory & D-Lo Brown to a no contest; after the match, Debra gave Ivory a guitar shot
WWF IC Champion Val Venis pinned Billy Gunn after Ryan Shamrock distracted Gunn; after the match, the champion dumped Ryan
Kane & Shane McMahon (w/ Chyna) defeated Triple H & WWF European Champion X-Pac when Shane pinned X-Pac after hitting him with the title belt; due to prematch stipulations, Shane won the European title (Best of Raw Vol. 2 DVD)
WWF Hardcore Champion Bob Holly pinned Steve Blackman after Droz interfered and hit Blackman with a steel rod; after the match, Bart Gunn challenged Holly for a title match the following week
The Big Bossman, Test, & Ken Shamrock fought Mideon & the Acolytes to a no contest when the Undertaker captured Shane McMahon on the ramp and gave him an envelope to give to Vince
The Rock defeated WWF World Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 13:00 after Paul Wight interfered, as the champion had the Mandible Claw applied on the challenger, and chokeslammed Mankind off the top of the ladder; after the bout, Rock knocked the ladder on top of Mankind who was laid out inside the ring; as the show came to a close, the Rock and Steve Austin - who did guest commentary for the match - had a staredown

Taped 2/16/99; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena
2/22/99:
The Public Enemy defeated Edge & Gangrel via disqualification; after the bout, PE recieved a blood bath (Public Enemey's TV debut)
Billy Gunn fought Ken Shamrock to a no contest when a brawl ensued between Gunn, Shamrock, and Val Venis - who did guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Ryan Shamrock came ringside where Ken grabbed her and took her backstage
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett defeated D-Lo Brown in a handicap match after Jackie interfered and hit a dropkick off the top on D-Lo
WWF World Champion the Rock fought Paul Wight to a no contest when both men attacked guest referee Mankind after the bout began
Steve Blackman pinned Droz; after the bout, Droz attacked Blackman with his nunchucks
Goldust pinned WWF IC Champion Val Venis in a non-title match after the Blue Meanie interfered
WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly pined Bart Gunn at 8:18 when a man in a kabuki costume came out on the stage and threw the challenger off the stage and through a table set up on the arena floor; the man was later revealed to be Al Snow (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2, WWF Hardcore)
X-Pac pinned Chyna after Triple H interfered and hit a Pedigree on Chyna; due to prematch stipulations, X-Pac earned a European title shot for WrestleMania XV
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Kane in an Inferno match when Kane's foot caught on fire; after the bout, the Undertaker burned a stuffed teddy bear which made guest commentator Vince McMahon break down crying; the bear was later revealed to be Stephanie McMahon's

3/1/99; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
3/1/99:
WWF IC Champion Val Venis defeated Goldust and Ken Shamrock via count-out after Shamrock attacked Goldust moments after Goldust kissed Ryan Shamrock on the floor; after the match, Billy Gunn attacked the champion
Triple H & X-Pac fought WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) to a double disqualification when all four men began brawling in the ring; after the bout, Ivory came ringside and disrobed Debra
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned the Road Dogg with the Rock Bottom / Corporate Elbow combo; after the bout, the Road Dogg held off both Al Snow and Hardcore Holly with a chair and then said he would meet them in the parking lot where a brawl between the three later ensued
Droz defeated Steve Blackman in a Kendo Stick Match
Mankind fought the Undertaker to a double count-out; after the bout, the Big Bossman prevented the Undertaker from hitting a chokeslam on guest commentator Vince McMahon; moments later, the Brood chased McMahon and Bossman backstage while Taker hit a chokeslam on Mankind
Ivory defeated Debra via disqualification when Terri Runnels and Jackie interfered
Steve Austin fought Kane (w/ Chyna) to a no contest when the referee was knocked out and Paul Wight's interference backfired; had Kane lost the bout, he and Chyna would have been fired from the Corporation

Taped 3/2/99; Pittsburgh, PA; Civic Arena
3/8/99:
D-Lo Brown pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart in a Steel City Streetfight with a guitar shot after Jeff Jarrett's interference backfired
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Al Snow & WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly following a spike piledriver on Holly; after the bout, the Ministry attacked all four men
Ken Shamrock pinned Goldust (w/ the Blue Meanie & Ryan Shamrock) with a belly to belly suplex after Goldust became distracted by his valets arguing at ringside; after the bout, Ken Shamrock attacked Meanie while Goldust left with Ryan
Test (w/ Chyna & WWF European Champion Shane McMahon) pinned X-Pac (w/ Triple H) after Shane interfered and hit X-Pac with the Euro title belt
The Godfather defeated Steve Blackman via forfeit when Blackman decided to leave with the hoes rather than wrestle; Droz attacked Blackman after the bout, with the Godfather making the save; the Minstry soon attacked all three men
Tori defeated Luna via disqualification when Luna refused to break a hold; after the bout, WWF Women's Champion Sable - who did guest commentary for the match - kicked Tori and riped part of her clothing off
Mankind defeated Steve Austin via count-out when guest referee Paul Wight called for the bell; after the bout, the Rock - who did guest commentary for the match - attacked Austin but later ran off once Austin gained the upper hand

3/15/99; San Jose, CA; Arena
3/15/99:
The Road Dogg pinned WWF IC Champion Val Venis with a DDT to win the title
WWF European Champion Shane McMahon pinned Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson (dressed as the Legion of Doom) at the same time in a handicap match after hitting both men with the title belt
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) defeated the Public Enemy when Owen pinned Johnny Grunge following a guitar shot from Jarrett
The Big Bossman fought Mideon to a no contest in a steel cage match when the Corporation, under Vince McMahon's orders, was sent to attack Mideon since the Undertaker had Vince convinced he was at the McMahon home
Billy Gunn pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly to win the title after using a steel chair
Steve Austin & Mankind fought WWF World Champion the Rock & Paul Wight to a no contest when all four men began brawling at ringside and into the crowd as the show came to a close

3/22/99; Albany, NY
3/22/99:
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) fought Gangrel & Edge (w/ Christian) to a no contest after the Public Enemy interfered and attacked both teams; after the bout, Debra recieved a blood bath
WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg fought WWF IC Champion Billy Gunn to a no contest when Val Venis, Goldust, and Al Snow attacked both men; the champions soon gained the upper hand and eventually sent the three other men to the floor
WWF Women's Champion Sable pinned Ivory with the Sable Bomb after Jackie tripped Ivory; after the bout, Tori and Sable brawled
Mankind defeated WWF World Champion the Rock via disqualification when Paul Wight interfered and hit a chokeslam on the challenger; due to prematch stipulations, Mankind became the guest referee for the main event match between Steve Austin and Wight
Kane fought Goldust to a no contest when Goldust shot his opponent in the face with a pyro gun, taking off his costume to reveal himself as Triple H; after the incident, Triple H continued to pound away at a blinded Kane until referees swarmed the ring (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
X-Pac fought WWF European Champion Shane McMahon to a no contest in a Greenwich Streetfight when the Mean Street Posse attacked X-Pac
The Undertaker & the Acolytes fought the Big Bossman, Test, & Ken Shamrock to a no contest when all six men began brawling on the floor and into the crowd
Steve Austin pinned Paul Wight with the Stunner; Mankind was guest referee for the bout; after the match, the Rock - who did guest commentary for the bout - hit the Rock Bottom on Austin

3/29/99; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
3/29/99 - included the new WWF World Champion Steve Austin cutting an in-ring promo to open the show in which he asked Vince McMahon to come out so he could relinquish the world title belt; after giving Vince the belt, Austin had footage shown from Breakdown in which McMahon ran off with the Smoking Skull belt and later said it would be put above his fireplace at home; Austin then demanded that Vince go home and give him back the Smoking Skull belt by the end of the show or he would beat him up; moments later, as Austin was looking the other way, Vince hit him with the title belt and ran backstage; featured X-Pac cutting an in-ring promo in which he said DX would not die and that he and the New Age Outlaws would continue to raise hell, then said he would fight Triple H later in the show; included the Undertaker calling Vince McMahon on the phone backstage to torment him after kidnapping Stephanie; featured Vince McMahon telling Ken Shamrock he would always be indebted to him for finding Stephanie and then telling Shane to simply give Steve Austin his Smoking Skull belt after it was brought to the arena from Greenwich, CT; included a closing segment in which Shane McMahon cut an in-ring promo in which he said that if Steve Austin wanted his Smoking Skull belt back, he would have to go through the Rock; moments later, the Rock came out with the belt over his shoulder and cut a promo on Austin, with Austin coming out soon thereafter and the two men brawling around ringside; the ensuing battle saw Austin hit the Stunner on Shane, Rock hit Austin with the Smoking Skull belt, and other members of the Corporation - including Triple H, Test, and Ken Shamrock - help in beating the champion down; moments later, the Big Show came out to help clear the ring, with Triple H sustaining the chokeslam from Show:
Ivory & Tori defeated WWF Women's Champion Sable & Jackie when Tori pinned Jackie with a backslide at 1:25 after Sable hit her own partner in the back with the women's title belt; after the bout, the Ministry - the Undertaker, Paul Bearer, Gangrel, Edge, Christian, Viscera, and Mideon - came to the ring with Taker holding Sable as bait for Vince McMahon to come ringside; after Vince came out, he quickly realized it was a trap; when he ran backstage, he found that Stephanie had gone missing
The Big Show pinned Test with a boot to the face and the chokeslam at the 30-second mark; after the bout, Show cut a promo directed at Vince McMahon, saying no one owns him
WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly pinned Steve Williams (w/ Jim Ross) after Al Snow came out of the crowd, hit the challenger over the head with a frying pan, and pulled Holly on top of Williams; moments prior to the finish, Williams hit the Oklahoma Stampede powerslam on Holly through a table set up in the ring but referee Tim White had been knocked out; during the bout, JR joined the Spanish commentary team
The Rock (w/ WWF European Champion Shane McMahon) pinned Billy Gunn with the Rock Bottom / People's Elbow combo at 5:21; during the bout, Shane did guest commentary
Ken Shamrock defeated Gangrel via submission with the ankle lock at 5:35 after hitting a belly to belly suplex; after the bout, the lights flickered and Shamrock was attacked by Edge & Christian, with Shamrock sustaining a bloodbath; when the lights came back on, Shamrock immediately locked Christian in the ankle lock, with Christian confessing that Stephanie McMahon was being held in the basement; after the commercial break, Shamrock was shown searching in the basement for Stephanie where he eventually found her
Goldust (w/ the Blue Meanie) pinned WWF IC Champion the Road Dogg to win the title at 4:09 with the Curtain Call after Meanie hit Road Dogg in the face with the title belt as the champion was against the ring ropes; early in the bout, Ryan Shamrock came out to be in Goldust's corner but the Blue Meanie and Goldust wouldn't allow her to be ringside and Meanie quickly sent her backstage; after the bout, Goldust cut a promo saying he now knew who he was and soon everyone else would too
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) defeated the Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) at 2:49 when Owen pinned Road Warrior Animal after Jarrett broke his guitar over Animal's back, moments after Hart sustained the Doomsday Device
X-Pac defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna & WWF European Champion Shane McMahon) via disqualification at 3:34 when X-Pac chased an interfering Shane into the ring and sustained a clothesline from Chyna; after the bout, X-Pac was beaten down and sustained the Pedigree until Kane came out; after Kane took a chair shot to the head from Triple H, he quickly sat back up and stalked Triple H & Chyna backstage; Triple H used the "No Chance" McMahon song as his theme

Taped 3/30/99; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
4/5/99:
Kane & X-Pac defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart (w/ Debra) to win the titles when X-Pac pinned Jarrett following a chokeslam and after Kane tossed his partner onto Jarrett for the pinfall
Al Snow pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly in a non-title match with the Snow Plow; after the bout, Steve Williams attacked both men
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Edge & Gangrel when Gunn pinned an interfering Christian after he was thrown in the ring by Road Dogg
Ken Shamrock fought Viscera to a no contest after the Ministry attacked Shamrock, threw him into a waiting car, and drove off
Mankind defeated Val Venis via submission with the Mandible Claw
The Godfather fought WWF IC Champino Goldust (w/ the Blue Meanie) to a double count-out
The Big Show defeated the Rock & Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification in a handicap match after Chyna hit a low blow on Show; after the bout, Steve Austin made the save and he and the Big Show tore down the Titan Tron

4/12/99; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
4/12/99 - included Jim Ross' return to full-time commentary on Raw:
The Big Show defeated Christian
Val Venis fought Billy Gunn to a no contest
Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett defeated the Acolytes
The Godfather pinned WWF IC Champion Goldust to win the title following the DVD
Hardcore Holly defeated D-Lo Brown
WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane defeated Triple H & Test

Taped 4/13/99; Grand Rapids, MI
4/19/99:
The Road Dogg pinned Owen Hart (w/ Debra) with the pumphandle slam; prematch stipulations stated that had Owen won the match, he and Jeff Jarrett would have become #1 contenders to the tag titles; since Road Dogg won, Debra was forced to flash Road Dogg - which didn't happen due to Jarrett prevented her from doing so
The Acolytes defeated Edge & Christian via disqualification when Ken Shamrock interfered and hit Bradshaw twice with a baseball bat
WWF IC Champion the Godfather pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly after Al Snow interfered and hit Holly with a foreign object; only the IC title was on the line
Ken Shamrock pinned the Big Bossman in a No Holds Barred match with a hurricanrana
Mankind defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification after Chyna hit a low blow on Mankind; after the bout, the Corporation attacked Mankind until the Big Show made the save
Billy Gunn defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) via disqualification when Owen Hart prevented the pinfall; after the bout, Jarrett & Owen Hart attacked Gunn & the Road Dogg while Debra stripped; Jarrett covered her up before she took off her bra
The Big Show defeated Viscera via disqualification when the Undertaker interfered; after the bout, Mankind made the save

4/26/99; Hartford, CT; Civic Center
4/26/99:
WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & X-Pac defeated the Brood when Kane pinned Edge with the chokeslam; after the bout, the champions recieved a bloodbath - which caused Kane to hit a chokeslam on his partner since he thought X-Pac was responsible
D-Lo Brown pinned Val Venis with the Sky High after Venis became distracted by Nicole Bass at ringside; after the bout, Bass chased after Venis
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned Billy Gunn with the Pedigree
Mankind & the Big Show defeated Test & the Big Bossman when Mankind forced Test to submit to the Mandible Claw; after the bout, Bossman and Test fought each other
WWF IC Champion the Godfather pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) with a roll up after Jarrett became distracted by Val Venis and Nicole Bass at ringside
The Rock defeated Shane McMahon via disqualification after Triple H and Chyna attacked the Rock, with Triple H eventually hitting the Pedigree on the Rock

Taped 5/2/99; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena
5/3/99:
Billy Gunn pinned X-Pac after avoiding the Bronko Buster; after the contest, Gunn and the Road Dogg began brawling at ringside with Gunn eventually hitting Road Dogg over the head with a chair; moments therafter, Gunn retreated backstage after Kane came ringside
Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco defeated Pete Gas & Rodney via count-out when the Mean Street Posse left ringside
Test defeated the Big Bossman, Mideon, & Viscera in a handicap match by pinning Mideon after Bossman accidentally hit his partner with the nightstick; after the match, the Big Show, Ken Shamrock, and Mankind made the save
The Acolytes defeated Mankind in a handicap hardcore match when Bradshaw scored the pin following a double powerbomb through two chairs set up in the ring
Vince McMahon pinned Shane McMahon with the Stunner, despite being beaten up backstage before the match by the Undertaker and Triple H
Triple H pinned Ken Shamrock with the Pedigree after Shamrock sustained a low blow from guest referee Chyna
The Big Show defeated the Undertaker via disqualification when the Undertaker smashed a baseball bat over his opponent's head, busting Show open
Nicole Bass (sub. for WWF Women's Champion Sable who appeared on the Titantron before the match) defeated Debra in a nightgown match when Debra stripped herself down to her bra and panties; after the contest, Jeff Jarrett made the save by busting a guitar over Bass' head before Val Venis came out, attacked Jarrett, and left ringside with Debra
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought the Rock to a no contest in a lumberjack match when both competitors attacked the Corporate Ministry at ringside before the contest began; eventually a brawl broke out in the ring involving Mankind, Test, Show, Shamrock, Road Dogg, Edge, Gangrel, Christian, Mark Henry, D-Lo Brown, and Al Snow; as the show came to a close, both Rock and Austin were thrown off the stage by Triple H and the Undertaker

5/10/99; Orlando, FL; Arena
5/10/99 - Monica Seles was in attendance for the event; included an in-ring promo by the Union - Vince McMahon, Mankind, Test, Ken Shamrock, & the Big Show, with three security guards in riot gear - in which Vince called Shane McMahon out until Shane appeared on the stage with the Corporate Ministry; moments later, Commissioner Shawn Michaels interrupted Shane on the Titantron, with Michaels announcing that Vince McMahon would be the second special referee for the Austin / Taker match at Over the Edge, alongside Shane; Michaels then announced matches for later in the night; Farooq would face Bradshaw in a lumberjack match, with the lumberjacks being all the members of the Union, Test vs. Bossman in a nightstick match, Brisco & Patterson vs. the Mean Street Posse in a Loser Leaves the WWF match, Shamrock vs. Chyna, Show vs. Paul Bearer (if any Ministry member interferes, Taker loses his title shot at Over the Edge), Cactus Jack vs. Mideon & Viscera in a handicap hardcore match, WWF Women's Champion Sable vs. Debra in a evening gown match (if Sable fails to show, she's stripped of the title), and Austin, Rock, & Vince vs. Triple H, Taker, & Shane; Michaels then asked that the Union's three security guards to unmask, with one being Pat Patterson, the other being Gerald Brisco, and the third being the special referee for the main event - Shawn Michaels himself; featured a Steve Blackman vignette; included a Beaver Cleavage vignette in which Beaver's mom cleaned up his scraped knee:
Billy Gunn fought WWF Tag Team Champion Kane to a no contest at around the 5-minute mark when the Road Dogg and X-Pac came out to help Kane as he was tied upside down in the ring ripes, with Gunn and Road Dogg fighting into the crowd as X-Pac & Kane were jumped from behind by Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown, with Ivory; Henry & D-Lo were eventually pulled away by officials before being chased backstage by Kane & X-Pac prior to the bout, Gunn was approached by a planted female fan who jumped out of the crowd and hugged Gunn before she was pulled away by security
The Big Show fought Paul Bearer to a no contest at around the 3-minute mark when Show was jumped by all the members of the Ministry after calling them out; moments prior, Show grabbed the microphone and asked if Commissioner Michaels would waive the stipulation that barred the Ministry from ringside after Show had laid Bearer out; prior to the match, Bearer attempted to flee backstage but was stopped by Michaels, who then joined the commentary team; after the bout, the Union made the save for Show wielding 2x4s
Debra defeated WWF Women's Champion Sable (w/ Nicole Bass) to win the title via reverse decision in a bra and panties match; Sable originally won the match at the 50-second mark after Debra became distracted by Val Venis at ringside; moments later, as Val was backing off from Nichole Bass, who seemed to be coming on to him, Jeff Jarrett came out behind Venis and broke a guitar over his head; after the bout, Michael Cole attempted to interview Sable in the ring, with Shawn Michaels - who did guest commentary for the bout - then taking the microphone away, telling Bass to "Step off, mister", and said that the woman who gets her evening gown taken off should be the winner, therefore Debra was the new champion (Sable's last US TV appearance for nearly 4 years)
The Big Bossman pinned Test in a nightstick match at 7:03 after hitting Test in the face with the nightstick as Test attempted a sunset flip; moments prior to the finish, Bossman used a second nightstick when the referee wasn't looking
Cactus Jack defeated Viscera & Mideon in a handicap hardcore match at 4:36 by pinning Viscera following an elbow off the apron to the floor with a chair; after the bout, Cactus threw Viscera into the steel steps
Bradshaw fought Farooq to a no contest in a lumberjack match at around the 2-minute mark when Viscera and Mideon entered the ring and tried to stop the bout, with Farooq and Bradshaw shoving them out of the way until the Big Bossman came out and cooled them down; moments later, Mankind, Test, Ken Shamrock, and the Big Show - who served as lumberjacks for the bout - entered the ring with 2x4s and, after the other Ministry members fled the ring, all four men beat down Viscera with the weapons
Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco defeated Rodney & Pete Gas at 2:09 when Rodney submitted to Brisco's figure-4 as Gas submitted to Patterson's Boston Crab; Patterson & Brisco used "Real American" as their theme music; due to pre-match stipulations, Rodney & Gas were forced to leave the WWF; had Brisco & Patterson lost, they would have had to leave
Jeff Jarrett (w/ WWF Women's Champion Debra) pinned Val Venis at 8:03 by hitting him with Debra's title belt after she slapped Venis in the face
Ken Shamrock fought Chyna (w/ Triple H) to a no contest when Triple H and Shamrock began fighting before the bout began, with Shamrock dropping Triple H to the mat and hitting a belly to belly suplex on Chyna before storming off, upset that he was driven to the point where he would strike a woman
WWF World Champion Steve Austin, the Rock, & Vince McMahon defeated the Undertaker, Triple H (w/ Chyna), & Shane McMahon at 4:38 when Austin pinned Shane with the Stunner; moments earlier, Austin hit the Stunner on Shane and a dazed Vince made the cover, only for Austin to pull him off and hit a second Stunner on Shane before making the cover himself; Shawn Michaels was the guest referee for the bout

Taped 5/11/99; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; National Car Rental Center
5/17/99:
The Road Dogg & WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane fought Mark Henry, D-Lo Brown, & Billy Gunn to a no contest when all six men began brawling into the crowd
WWF IC Champion the Godfather & Val Venis defeated Jeff Jarrett & the Blue Blazer (w/ Debra) when the Godfather pinned the Blazer with the DVD
Test defeated Meat (w/ Jackie & Ryan Shamrock) via disqualification when Jackie interfered; Tori made the save after the match
The Undertaker defeated the Rock in a casket match after Triple H interfered
Michael Hayes & Matt & Jeff Hardy fought Gangrel, Edge, & Christian to a double disqualification when all six men began brawling on the floor
The Big Show pinned the Big Bossman with the chokeslam
WWF World Champion Steve Austin defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna & Shane McMahon) via disqualification in a non-title match when the Undertaker interfered; Austin handcuffed the Undertaker to his own cross after the match

5/24/99; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Center
5/24/99 - Owen Hart Tribute - included an opening segment in which all the WWF talent, officials, and referees stood in front of the Titan Tron to show respect to Owen Hart as a tribute video was shown on the big screen; throughout the telecast talent such as Mark Henry, Paul Bearer, Triple H & Chyna, Shane McMahon, Earl Hebner, Gerald Brisco, Goldust, the Road Dogg, Bradshaw, Mick Foley, Jeff Jarrett & Debra, and Test shared their personal memories of Owen:
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) defeated Test via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:40 after hitting a Russian legsweep after Test became distracted by Debra on the ring apron; prior to the contest, Jarrett cut an in-ring promo on Owen
WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane defeated Edge & Gangrel (w/ Christian) when X-Pac pinned Gangrel at 4:02 after being thrown on top of his opponent by Kane after Kane hit a chokeslam
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Taka Michinoku & Sho Funaki when Matt pinned Funaki with the Twist of Fate at 3:19
Ken Shamrock defeated Hardcore Holly via submission with an arm bar into the ankle lock at 1:47
Mankind defeated Billy Gunn via count-out at around 3:05 by applying the Mandible Claw on the apron, while Gunn attempted to use a steel chair; prior to the match, Gunn cut a promo on Owen; after the contst, Mankind did the same
D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry (w/ Ivory) defeated the Acolytes at 4:01 when D-Lo pinned Bradshaw with a roll up after Bradshaw accidentally kicked Farooq in the face
The Road Dogg fought WWF IC Champion the Godfather to a no contest when both men agreed they'd rather get high and tell some Owen Hart stories than fight each other
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow in a non-title match at 3:41 with the Pedigree after Snow missed a moonsault
The Big Show pinned Goldust (w/ the Blue Meanie) at 1:02 after hitting a chokeslam on both Goldust and the interfering Blue Meanie
The Rock pinned Val Venis with the Rock Bottom / People's Elbow combo at the 56 second mark; prior to the contst, the Rock cut a promo on Owen

Taped 5/25/99; Moline, IL; Mark of the Quad
5/31/99:
The Big Show defeated Billy Gunn via count-out when Gunn left the ring to avoid the chokeslam; the Road Dogg threw Gunn back in where Show leveled him with the move
Beaver Cleavage (w/ Mrs. Cleavage) pinned Christian after the Hardy Boyz and Michael Hayes interfered and hit Christian with a cane; Edge & Gangrel made the save after the match
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned WWF IC Champion the Godfather to win the title at 3:41 after hitting him with Debra's WWF Women's title belt as the champion became distracted by both Debra and one of his hoes stripping on the ring apron
WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Vince McMahon via disqualification when Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco interfered; the champion easily beat them down
The Road Dogg defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification when Bossman used the nightstick on his opponent and the referee; Bossman was brawling with Mankind as the match with Road Dogg was scheduled to begin
The Acolytes defeated WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane to win the titles at 4:44 when Bradshaw pinned X-Pac with the Clothesline from Hell after Shane McMahon interfered and blocked X-Pac's Bronko Buster attempt on Bradshaw with a steel chair
Val Venis (w/ Nicole Bass) pinned Ken Shamrock with a small package; Jeff Jarrett & Debra came ringside during the match to distract Val
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned Mankind in a No DQ falls count anywhere match after hitting him in the knee with a sledgehammer; the Rock made the save after the match
Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification when the Corporate Ministry interfered; the Higher Power, covered in a cloak, came to the ring after the match and allowed Austin to see his face but didn't reveal himself to the crowd

6/7/99; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
6/7/99 - included Vince McMahon coming out to open the show in which he cut an in-ring promo regarding the identity of the Higher Power - saying it was rumored to be perhaps Shawn Michaels, Jake Roberts, or a McMahon - and then challenged his son Shane to a no holds barred match with both men's stake in the WWF being on the line; Shane then came out, accepted, and said he was not the Higher Power - despite Vince's accusations - but that the Higher Power would be unveiled in a few moments by the Undertaker; after the commercial break, the Corporate Ministry (WWF World Champion the Undertaker, Paul Bearer, Triple H, Chyna, the Big Bossman, Mideon, Viscera, and WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes) came out to the ring with Taker introducing the Higher Power, who then came to the ring wearing a hood; after the Higher Power came out, Shane McMahon appeared on the stage to prove that it wasn't him, then complimented the Higher Power before entering the ring; Shane then asked Vince to come out and witness the unveiling, with Vince appearing on the Titan Tron and asking the Higher Power to take off the hood, which he did - revealing himself to be Vince himself; Vince then cut a promo on Steve Austin, saying that this proves that there's nothing he wouldn't do to make Austin's life a living hell; moments later, Linda & Stephanie McMahon came out on the stage to confront Vince about his deception, with Linda saying that it was a lie when Vince said he and Shane each owned 50% of the company - all four McMahons owned an equal amount of the company; she went on to say that some changes would be taking place at the office, saying the dress code would be more casual, and that profanity and alcohol would be allowed; finally, she said she had stepped down as CEO of the WWF but introduced Steve Austin as the new head of the company; Austin then came out, said that he would have a world title match whenever he wanted, and stated that at the King of the Ring he would face Vince & Shane McMahon in a handicap match; Austin went on to state that Shane would face X-Pac & Kane in a handicap match as a result of his actions the previous week and that Ken Shamrock, Test, and the Big Show would be allowed to face any opponent of their choosing, then wished a speedy recovery to Mankind; he went on to state that Triple H would battle the Rock in a cast match, with Triple H's leg encased in a cast to match the Rock's arm which was also in a cast; after the commercial break, Linda & Stephanie presented Austin with a briefcase full of beer to celebrate; featured Michael Cole conducting an in-ring interview with the Big Show, Ken Shamrock, and Test, in which Show said he wanted the Undertaker in a title match; Shamrock, angered that Vince McMahon used him, said he wanted Vince in a Lion's Den match instead of his scheduled opponent Jeff Jarrett; Test then asked that Stephanie McMahon come out to the ring, which she did; he then got down on one knee and asked if she would go out on a date with him, with Stephanie accepting; included a G-TV segment with Terri, Ryan Shamrock, and Jackie backstage in which they trash talked Billy Gunn, Dustin Rhodes, and Val Venis:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Edge & Gangrel (w/ Christian) at 3:23 when Bradshaw pinned Gangrel with the Clothesline from Hell; after the bout, the Hardy Boyz & Michael Hayes attacked Christian at ringside, with a brief brawl taking place on the ramp pitting Edge & Christian against the Hardyz
X-Pac & Kane defeated Shane McMahon via disqualification at around the 1-minute mark when Pete Gas & Rodney, wearing Mankind masks, made the save for Shane; after the bout, Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco came to the ring, assaulted the Mean Street Posse, and threw them into the ring; moments later, Kane hit the chokeslam on Rodney and the tomstone on Pete Gas, while X-Pac hit a spin kick on Pete Gas and the Bronko Buster on Rodney
The Rock defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification in a cast match at 1:23 when the Undertaker interfered, hit a chokeslam on the Rock, and followed with a tombstone onto a steel chair; after the bout, the Big Show came out and scared Taker from the ring; Triple H wore a cast on his leg to match the one Rock wore on his injured arm
WWF Women's Champion Debra (w/ Jeff Jarrett) defeated Nicole Bass (w/ Val Venis) in a swimsuit contest; Jerry Lawler was the MC for the event; after the match, Jarrett and Venis had a brief brawl which resulted in Bass accidentally breaking Jarrett's guitar over Val's head; after Venis came to, he and Nicole got into a verbal arguement; had Bass won, she would have earned a women's title shot for the following week
The Godfather pinned Billy Gunn with a legdrop at 2:14 after the Road Dogg interfered behind the referee's back and hit a pumphandle slam on Gunn
WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow pinned Droz (w/ Albert) at 3:01 after hitting him with a sculpture at a sports bar located inside the FleetCenter
Vince McMahon (sub. for WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett) defeated Ken Shamrock in a Lion's Den match within a matter of seconds when Jarrett came up behind Shamrock, before McMahon let him in the cage, and hit Shamrock in the face with a steel chair, knocking Shamrock into the cage where Vince applied the ankle lock for the TKO win; had any Corporate Ministry member interfered in the bout, they would have been fired on the spot; after the commercial break, Vince & Shane McMahon were shown speeding out of the arena
The Big Show fought WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) to a no contest at 6:50 when the challenger chokeslammed Taker through the ring; after the bout, Show hit chokeslams on Bradshaw, Farooq, and Mideon; had any Corporate Ministry member interfered during the bout, they would have been fired on the spot (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)

Taped 6/8/99; Worcester, MA; Centrum
6/14/99:
Billy Gunn pinned the Road Dogg with the Fameasser in a Dog Pound Match after Chyna interfered and hit a low blow on Road Dogg with the chain
Ivory defeated WWF Women's Champion Debra to win the title after Nicole Bass interfered and choked Debra
Test defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification in a Blind Date Match when Bossman hit a blindfolded Test with the nightstick; after the match, Stephanie McMahon came out to check on Test
X-Pac fought the Big Show to a no contest after Kane interfered and brawled with both men
Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett via submission in a Straight Jacket Match with a leglock around Jarrett's neck; after the match, Vince McMahon stole the key that would open up Shamrock's straight jacket
Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco fought Viscera & Mideon to a no contest when the Mean Street Posse interfered
WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Kane in a handicap match with a double neckbreaker; after the match, X-Pac made the save
The Rock defeated WWF World Champion the Undertaker and Triple H (w/ Chyna) by pinning Triple H with the Rock Bottom after interference from Chyna backfired - causing the Undertaker and Triple H to fight each other before the pinfall occured; after the bout, the two continued to brawl until the Corporate Ministry broke it up

6/21/99; Memphis, TN; Pyramid
6/21/99:
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Ken Shamrock and Test by pinning Shamrock after Steve Blackman interfered and hit Shamrock with a kendo stick
The Rock pinned Edge
Viscera defeated Mark Henry in a slam match; D-Lo Brown made the save until Mideon showed up with Shane McMahon's Euro title and hit Mark and D-Lo with it
Steve Austin pinned the Big Bossman with the Stunner after hitting him with his own nightstick; Shawn Michaels was the special referee; due to prematch stipulations, Austin's stipulation for his KOTR ladder match against the McMahons would be that no Corporate Ministry members would be allowed at ringside
Billy Gunn & WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Kane, X-Pac, & the Road Dogg when Gunn pinned X-Pac with the Fameasser; this was a tag team title defense for the Acolytes so when Gunn won the match, he took off with one of the tag title belts
The Big Show defeated Hardcore Holly in a hardcore match after pushing a car into him
Vince & Shane McMahon fought Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco to a no contest when Ken Shamrock tried to get at the McMahons while the Mean Street Posse attacked Patterson & Brisco
WWF World Champion the Undertaker defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) via disqualification when the Rock interfered and hit the Rock Bottom on the champion

6/28/99; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
6/28/99 - included an opening segment in which Steve Austin told Vince McMahon that, although he had lost the CEO position the previous night at King of the Ring, he went ahead and signed a world title match for himself while still CEO and if the Undertaker had anyone interfere on his behalf, Austin would win the title via forfeit; prior to Austin coming out, McMahon announced that the Undertaker would defend the title against Triple H at Fully Loaded; featured Steve Blackman attacking Ken Shamrock with a kendo stick in the ring, causing Shamrock to bleed from the mouth; included an in-ring promo in which Billy Gunn, Chyna, and Triple H said they wanted the rights to the DX name; included Ivory turning heel in an in-ring promo in which she challenged any woman in the crowd; someone eventually did take her up on her offer just for Nicole Bass to intervene and take out the mystery woman:
Chaz (w/ Marianna) pinned Meat (w/ Terri Runnels) with a roll up after Marianna pushed Terri off the ring apron
Hardcore Holly pinned Kane after the Big Show interfered and hit a chokeslam on Kane; after the bout, Kane hit the chokeslam repeatedly on Holly
The Rock defeated Triple H via disqualification when Billy Gunn interfered and hit the Rock with a foreign object
The Godfather fought Edge to a no contest when Droz and Albert came ringside
WWF Tag Team Champion Bradshaw pinned Billy Gunn after X-Pac interfered; after the bout, both Chyna and the Road Dogg came down; the match came about due to Gunn stealing Bradshaw�s title belt
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned X-Pac after interference from both Debra and Billy Gunn; after the bout, a brawl ensued pitting X-Pac and the Road Dogg against Gunn and Chyna
Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) to win the title following the Stunner; pre-match stipulations stated that if there was any interference from the Corporate Ministry, the Undertaker would be forced for forfeit the title to the challenger

Taped 6/29/99; Fayetteville, NC; Crown Coliseum
7/5/99:
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles when Matt pinned Bradshaw with a tornado DDT after Jeff used Michael Hayes' cane as a weapon; Bradshaw wrestled without medical clearance after being tombstoned onto the steel ring steps by Kane on Sunday Night Heat (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD, The Hardy Boyz: Leap of Faith)
The Godfather (w/ Val Venis, Albert, & Droz) pinned Gangrel with a legdrop; prior to the bout, the Godfather introduced Albert & Droz as his new hoes; after the bout, Albet & Droz attacked Godfather & Venis, with Gangrel hitting the DDT on the Godfather; moments later, Edge & Christian came out to take Gangrel to the back
Test defeated Joey Abs via disqualification after Pete Gas & Rodney interfered after Test became distracted by Shane & Stephanie McMahon coming to ringside
WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow pinned D-Lo Brown with a splash through a table after Mideon interfered
The Road Dogg fought Val Venis to a no contest when Road Dogg was arrested for allegedly spray painting Chyna's car; earlier in the night, X-Pac was also arrested
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned Chaz (w/ Mariana) after the challenger became distracted by Debra and Mariana fighting at ringside; after the bout, Headbanger Thrasher made the save
Edge pinned the Big Bossman with a spear; after the bout, the Bossman handcuffed Edge to the ring ropes and attacked him with the nightstick; moments later, Christian attempted to make the save but was also beaten down
Billy Gunn (w/ Chyna) pinned Meat (w/ PMS) with the Fameasser after Chyna interfered; after the bout, Chyna attacked Jackie from behind, with she and Gunn spray painting "DX" across the backs of Meat and Jackie
Kane defeated the Big Show & Hardcore Holly in a handicap match by pinning Holly as Show had a staredown with the Undertaker at ringside; after the bout, Kane and Taker attacked Show with Kane eventually leaving ringside as Taker busted Show open with a steel chair
The Rock defeated Triple H (w/ Chyna) in a steel cage match by escaping over the top; after the bout, Billy Gunn came ringside as he and Triple H double teamed the Rock

7/12/99; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens
7/12/99 - included an opening segment in which the Undertaker attacked Steve Austin from behind, busting him open with the stolen Smoking Skull belt; moments earlier, Austin had Vince McMahon come to the ring to sign the contract for the Fully Loaded main event; included an in-ring promo from the Road Dogg & X-Pac in which they, along with Kane, were attacked by Triple H, Chyna, and Billy Gunn; moments later, the Undertaker came out to tell Kane that he would never make him choose between being with Taker or being with X-Pac, as X-Pac had done before being attacked; featured Steve Austin interrupting an in-ring promo by Jeff Jarrett, challenging the Undertaker to face him later in the show before eventually hitting the Stunner on Jarrett; featured the Acolytes making an open challenge since their scheduled opponents D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry couldn�t compete due to Henry�s high blood pressure; moments later, Hardcore Holly accepted the challenge and was beaten down until he was pulled from the ring and taken backstage by the Big Show:
Edge fought Gangrel to a no contest when Gangrel pushed his opponent into the ring of fire on the entrance ramp
The Godfather & Val Venis defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) via disqualification when Hayes broke the cover after Venis hit the Money Shot on Jeff; after the bout, the Acolytes attacked the champions, with Val & Godfather helping to make the save
The Rock (sub. for a missing Kane), X-Pac, & the Road Dogg defeated Triple H, Billy Gunn, & Chyna when Rock scored the pin with the People�s Elbow
Al Snow pinned Droz in a hardcore evening dress match after accepting Droz� open challenge; after the bout, Albert came ringside and pierced Head with a railroad spike
Test defeated the Mean Street Posse in a gauntlet match; Test pinned Pete Gas at around the 45-second mark; Test pinned Rodney with a pump handle slam; Test defeated Joey Abs via disqualification when Shane McMahon interfered; as Test fought off Shane, Steve Blackman came down and jumped Test before Ken Shamrock quickly followed; moments later, Shane and the Mean Street Posse attempted to break Test�s ankle but Shane ended up accidentally hitting Stephanie McMahon � who tried to intervene � knocking her out; Shane and the Posse carried Stephanie backstage
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Big Show defeated the Undertaker & Kane when Austin pinned Kane with the Stunner

Taped 7/13/99; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena
7/19/99 - included an opening segment in which Vince McMahon, along with the Corporate Ministry, cut an in-ring promo on putting his career on the line at Fully Loaded; moments later, tempers flared between Triple H and the Undertaker, with Vince then making a match between the two for later in the show; moments thereafter, Steve Austin showed up in a blood mobile to counter the Undertaker�s threats of making him bleed at Fully Loaded and winning the title; featured Shane McMahon apologizing to Stephanie in the ring for accidentally striking her the previous week, blaming it on Test; Stephanie eventually slapped Shane and told him and the Mean Street Posse to stay out of her life; included footage from the Summer Slam press conference which featured Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura:
The Road Dogg fought Chyna to a no contest in a dog collar match when Billy Gunn interfered and helped in hanging Road Dogg over the top rope with the chain until X-Pac made the save
WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Val Venis & the Godfather, the Acolytes, and Albert & Droz in an elimination match; Val pinned Bradshaw with a roll up after Godfather hit Bradshaw with his cane; Jeff scored the pin with a hurricanrana
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) pinned Christian with a reverse Russian leg sweep; after the bout, Jarrett sustained a bloodbath before Edge came out and the two brawled
Billy Gunn pinned the Rock with the Fameasser after Chyna interfered and hit Rock with a steel chair
Al Snow fought WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman to a no contest when Snow went crazy, throwing chairs and the timekeeper�s bell into the ring, before telling Bossman to hit him; after being hit, Snow was handcuffed to the ropes and beaten with the nightstick
Edge & D-Lo Brown defeated Gangrel & WWF European Champion Mideon when D-Lo pinned Mideon with the Lo Down
Test defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification when the Mean Street Posse interfered; after the bout, Ken Shamrock cleared the ring with a baseball bat before having a stare-down with Blackman on the floor
The Big Show & Hardcore Holly fought X-Pac & Kane to a no contest when the Undertaker came to the ring and attacked every participant but Kane before he and Kane walked up the ramp together; moments later, Kane stopped and returned to the ring to check on X-Pac before the Undertaker showed a replay of him hitting a chokeslam on X-Pac to remind Kane what could happen if he didn�t follow him; Kane then hit the chokeslam on Taker before carrying X-Pac backstage
The Undertaker fought Triple H (w/ Chyna & Vince McMahon) to a no contest when the Rock came to the ring and battled with Triple H into the crowd as Steve Austin fought with the Undertaker; moments later, Austin threw Taker into the blood mobile before coming back to the ring and busting Vince open by hitting him in the head with the Smoking Skull belt before signing the contract for the Fully Loaded main event; shortly thereafter, the Undertaker attacked Austin from behind, busting him open as the show came to a close; pre-match stipulations stated that the winner of the match would face Austin at Fully Loaded while the loser would face the Rock

7/26/99; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
7/26/99:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Edge & Christian when Edge was pinned following the powerbomb double team, moments after Gangrel led Christian away from ringside; after the bout, guest ring announcer Hardcore Holly announced himself as winner until he was attacked by the champions; moments later, Kane came ringside, attacked the remaining wrestlers, and swore revenge on the Undertaker & Big Show for what they did to X-Pac earlier in the evening
Val Venis & the Godfather defeated Albert & Droz in a streetfight when Venis pinned Albert following a Ho Train / Money Shot combo; during the bout, a fan attacked the Godfather
Kane defeated the Undertaker & the Big Show via disqualification in a handicap match when Undertaker hit Kane with a chair; after the bout, the Road Dogg attempted to make the save but was also beaten down
Triple H defeated Ken Shamrock via referee's decision when Shamrock began bleeding from the mouth, the result of being hit by a car earlier in the evening by Steve Blackman
The Rock fought Billy Gunn and Chyna to a no contest in a handicap match after Steve Austin attacked guest commentar, Triple H, in response to him attacking Jim Ross; the show went off the air moments after the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Gunn

Taped 7/27/99; Columbus, OH; Schottenstein Center
8/2/99:
Edge defeated Gangrel in a Bloodbath match when Christian turned on Gangrel to join his brother; a bucket of blood sat outside the ring and the first to use it would win the match
WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) to unify both titles after hitting him with one of the title belts, brought in the ring by Debra
The Undertaker & the Big Show defeated the Road Dogg & Kane when Taker pinned Kane with the tombstone; Hardcore Holly jumped the Acolytes after the match with a baseball bat
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman pinned Viscera
Test defeated Rodney
Steve Blackman fought Val Venis to a no contest when Ken Shamrock chased Blackman all over the building
WWF World Champion Steve Austin fought the Undertaker to a no contest in a No Holds Barred match when the Big Show, Triple H, the Acolytes, Kane, the Road Dogg, Hardcore Holly, Billy Gunn, and the Rock interfered; after the match, Austin hit the Stunner on Triple H and the Big Show

8/9/99; Chicago, IL; AllState Arena
8/9/99 - featured the debut of Chris Jericho as he interrupted the Rock's in-ring promo on the Big Show:
Gangrel pinned Christian after spitting blood in his face, moments after Christian attacked the Hardy Boyz on the floor; after the bout, Edge attempted to make the save but was triple teamed by Gangrel and the Hardyz; Michael Hayes then attempted to make the save but the same result occured
Val Venis pinned Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) with a roll up after Jarrett became distracted by Debra on the apron; after the match, Debra left ringside with Venis
Kane & X-Pac defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes to win the titles at 4:36 when X-Pac pinned Farooq by reversing the Dominator into the X-Factor; after the bout, the Road Dogg came ringside to celebrate and Kane spoke for the first time without his voice box (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)
Test & Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman & Joey Abs when Test pinned Abs; after the bout, Test locked Abs' ankle in a steel chair and jumped on it before chasing Shane McMahon, who did guest commentary for the match, backstage
The Road dogg pinned WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman in a non-title match after Al Snow interfered and hit the champion with Pepper's dog cage
The Rock defeated the Big Show via disqualification when Chris Jericho interfered to break the cover after the People's Elbow; after the bout, Billy Gunn attacked the Rock
Chyna defeated Triple H and the Undertaker in a No DQ falls count anywhere match by pinning Triple H after Steve Austin interfered, hit Triple H with a chair on the floor, and laid Chyna across him; Shawn Michaels was the guest referee for the bout while Jesse Ventura did guest commentary; due to prematch stipulations, Chyna became the #1 contender for the world title at Summer Slam, taking the spot away from Triple H

Taped 8/10/99; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center
8/16/99:
The Road Dogg pinned Al Snow after the Big Bossman interfered, hit both men with the nightstick, and Road Dogg fell on top for the win
Chyna pinned Triple H after Mankind interfered and hit Triple H with the steel ring steps; due to prematch stipulations, Chyna earned a world title shot for Summer Slam; after the bout, Mankind challenged Chyna to a match for the main event spot; she turned him down by hitting a low blow but Shawn Michaels made the match official for later in the night
Test defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification after Blackman hit Test with his kendo stick; after the bout, Ken Shamrock attempted to make the save but was beaten down; Test then hit a spear on an interfering Shane McMahon but eventually had the kendo stick broken over his back proir to Shane and Blackman leaving ringside together
WWF Tag Team Champions X-Pac & Kane defeated the Acolytes when Kane pinned Bradshaw with a chokeslam; after the bout, the challengers continued to attack Kane & X-Pac
Mankind pinned Chyna with the Mandible Claw; due to prematch stipulations, Mankind won Chyna's world title shot for Summer Slam; after the bout, Triple H and Chyna double teamed Mankind until Shane McMahon made a match between Mankind and Triple H for later in the night to determine the #1 contender; stipulations added included the match to be No Holds Barred and falls count anywhere, with Shane and Shawn Michaels as the two special referees
Mankind fought Triple H to a no contest when both men were pinned, as Shawn Michaels counted Triple H down while Shane McMahon counted Mankind down, following a Triple H suplex onto a steel chair; the ring announcer claimed both men were victorious and thus the world title match at Summer Slam would be a triple threat match; after the bout, Steve Austin - who did guest commentary - attacked Shane McMahon while Mankind and Triple H continued brawling in the ring

8/23/99; Ames, IA; Hilton Coliseum
8/23/99 - included an opening segment in which Jim Ross introduced the new WWF World Champion, with Triple H and Chyna coming out instead and Triple H cutting a promo on how he was screwed over by Jesse Ventura at Summer Slam and should be the champion; moments later, Triple H put JR in an armbar and called out Mankind, saying that if he didn't come out he would break JR's arm; Mankind then came out and accepted the challenge for a title match later in the night but only if Triple H released the hold; Triple H agreed but then appeared to have broken JR's arm anyway; Mankind took back his acceptance due to JR's injury but Shane McMahon then came out and forced him to defend the title; Michael Cole did guest commentary for the show after JR was taken away in an ambulance; featured Stevie Richards and the Blue Meanie starring in the first segment of "The Blonde Bytch Project"; included Test asking Stephanie McMahon to come out, with Shane McMahon soon following when he thought Test was about to propose; Stephanie told Shane to respect her wishes and Test then asked Stephanie to marry him, with Stephanie replying that she needed some time but she loved him; featured Billy Gunn backsage asking Chyna to watch Jeff Jarrett's open challenge IC title shot contract so he could go find a pen to sign it; after he left, Chyna signed it herself; included Howard Finkel coming out to the Ultimate Warrior's theme music, running into the ring and shaking the ropes before cutting a promo on how Chris Jericho wanted to make the WWF a better place, then asking that the Road Dogg come out; moments later, Road Dogg came out and was shoved twice by Howard; after Road Dogg grabbed Howard, Jericho came out of the crowd and attacked Road Dogg from behind, hitting two powerbombs and placing one foot on his chest to pose; featured an update on Steve Austin's condition in which it was announced he had sustained ligament and tendon damage as a result of injuries sustained the previous night; included Billy Gunn asking Chyna to come out she he could confront her about screwing him over on Jeff Jarrett's open challenge; moments later, as the two came face-to-face in the ring, Jarrett came out and broke a guitar over Chyna's back; as Jarrett was celebrating, Gunn stole a second guitar from Miss Kitty and broke it over Jarrett before leaving ringside:
WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow fought the Road Dogg to a no contest at around the 2-minute mark when Chris Jericho came ringside and began brawling with Road Dogg, seconds after Snow was powerbombed through a table on the floor, with Jericho and Road Dogg then fighting their way backstage; moments later, the Big Bossman came out, assaulted Snow with the nightstick, and stole Pepper the dog; as cameras caught Jericho and Road Dogg fighting backstage, Bossman was shown throwing the dog cage into his car and leaving the arena
The Acolytes fought WWF Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & the Big Show to a no contest at 1:38 when X-Pac & Kane, who did guest commentary for the bout, became involved in a ringside brawl against the four participants; after the bout, Taker hit Kane with a steel chair to the head while on the floor while Show hit the chokeslam on X-Pac inside the ring; the bout featured the debut of Lilian Garcia as ring announcer
D-Lo Brown (sub. for Meat) defeated WWF European Champion Mark Henry (w/ WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett, Debra, & Miss Kitty) via disqualification at the 58-second mark when Jarrett broke the cover after D-Lo hit the frog splash; prior to the bout, Jarrett rewarded Mark Henry for his help the previous night by giving him the European Championship and he rewarded Debra by presenting her with her own personal assistant, Miss Kitty; Jarrett then stated that he had an open challenge to face anyone for the IC title and a contract was taped to his dressing room door for anyone to sign; as Meat prepared to make his way out to the ring, D-Lo attacked Stasiak backstage and took his place in the match (Miss Kitty's debut)
The Rock pinned Gangrel (w/ Matt & Jeff Hardy) at 4:33 with the Rock Bottom / People's Elbow combo; moments earlier, Edge & Christian came out to chase the interfering Hardy Boyz backstage; after the bout, the Rock cut a promo in the ring, saying that he should be the #1 contender to the world title and would take matters into his own hands
Crash Holly fought Hardcore Holly to a no contest at around the 3-minute mark when the battle went outside the arena
Mideon & Viscera defeated X-Pac & Kane at 4:17 when Viscera pinned X-Pac with a splash in the corner followed by a regular splash as the Acolytes, who came ringside mid-way through the bout, attacked Kane on the floor; Paul Bearer, WWF Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & the Big Show did guest commentary for the bout and Michael Cole went without his headset for the match
Triple H (w/ Chyna) pinned WWF World Champion Mankind to win the title at 8:43 with the Pedigree; moments prior to the finish, Triple H hit the champion with a chair shot to the head on the floor, then did the same to the Rock, who was doing guest commentary for the bout; seconds later, Shane McMahon - who was the original referee for the bout until being knocked to the floor and having Earl Hebner replace him - pulled Hebner to the floor and knocked him out before sliding in the ring and making the 3-count; Chyna came ringside early in the bout, still selling the guitar shot from Jeff Jarrett earlier in the show

8/30/99; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
8/30/99 - aired at 11pm EST; featured the Rock cutting an in-ring promo to open the show in which he discussed Shawn Michaels costing him the world title during the previous week's Smackdown!; after calling out Triple H but getting no response, the Rock went backstage to find the champion and was eventually blindsided in the hallway by Triple H, Chyna, & Shane McMahon; eventually Mankind came out to make the save; moments later, Shane came out with the Mean Street Posse and said that both Rock and Mankind could get a title shot later in the show if they could win their respective matches, with Rock facing the Undertaker in a falls count anywhere match and Mankind facing all three members of the Mean Street Posse in a handicap match; included Michael Cole conducting a backstage interview with Al Snow, regarding the Big Bossman stealing Pepper the dog, in which it appeared as though two people were having sex behind the interview screen; featured WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman asking Al Snow to come out to the ring, where he apologized to Snow for stealing Pepper and said that he will give the dog back to him at Smackdown! if Snow can come to his hotel room; included a health update on the Road Dogg, following his match with Chris Jericho on Raw, in which it announced Road Dogg has sustained a crushed disc in his back; featured the Rock cutting an in-ring promo after his loss to the Big Show in which Rock challenged Show & Taker to a handicap match later in the show; moments later, Mankind came out and offered to be Rock's tag team partner; Rock accepted but warned Mankind to never steal his catchphrases again; as Rock made his way up the ramp, Meat & Terri came out, with Rock telling Terri off; once Meat & Terri got in the ring, a G-TV segment aired on the Titan Tron showing Meat making out with Marianna backstage; Terri responded by repeatedly slapping Meat; a brawl then took place with Marianna vs. Terri and Chaz vs. Meat; included Test asking both Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson to be his best man for his wedding to Stephanie McMahon; featured Michael Cole conducting an in-ring interview with WWF Women's Champion Ivory in which she repeatedly called Tori a slut; moments later, Tori came out and attacked Ivory, with Cole caught in-between; eventually, Luna and Jackie involved themselves in the brawl until officials pulled them apart:
Pete Gas, Joey Abs, & Rodney defeated Mankind via disqualification in a handicap match at 4:25 when, after laying out all three opponents and having Shane ignore the cover, Mankind applied the Mandible Claw on Shane; moments later, Mankind fought off an interfering Triple H and sent him to the floor; prior to the bout, Shane McMahon sent referee Teddy Long to the back as he himself would be the guest referee for the bout; after the match, Lilian Garcia mistakenly announced Mankind as the winner via DQ until Shane returned ringside and corrected her; pre-match stipulations stated that if Mankind was victorious, Mankind would earn a world title shot later in the show
WWF Tag Team Champion the Big Show (w/ Paul Bearer & WWF Tag Team Champion the Undertaker) (sub. for the Undertaker) pinned the Rock in a falls count anywhere match at 3:38 with one foot on his chest following a chokeslam through the commentary table; prior to the bout, Taker cut a promo in the ring saying that Rock had not earned the right to face him so Rock would wrestle the Big Show instead; Taker then did guest color commentary for the match; after the bout, Triple H came out and assaulted the Rock while he was still down on the floor but was eventually caught in a choke by Taker; moments later, Mankind came out to make the save for Rock but was also beaten down by Taker & Show; pre-match stipulations stated that if Rock was victorious, Rock would earn a world title shot later in the show
X-Pac pinned Taka Michinoku (w/ Sho Funaki) at 3:06 with a kick to the midsection and the X-Factor after avoiding the Michinoku Driver; moments later, X-Pac hit the move on Funaki; after the bout, Michael Cole conducted an interview with X-Pac at ringside in which he said he wanted the "big guys", implying Taker & Kane
The Acolytes Matt & Jeff Hardy, Crash & Hardcore Holly, and Edge & Christian fought to a no contest at 1:04 in an elimination match when Viscera & Mideon, Albert & Droz, and Stevie Richards & the Blue Meanie interfered, with all 14 men brawling in and outside the ring; after the bout, a number of officials attempted to break the fights up; pre-match stipulations stated that the winners of the bout would be named #1 contenders to the tag team titles
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra & Miss Kitty) & WWF European Champion Mark Henry defeated D-Lo Brown & Billy Gunn at 3:37 when Jarrett pinned Gunn after Chyna, who did guest commentary for the bout, interfered and accidentally broke Jarrett's guitar over Gunn's head as she tried to hit Jarrett; during the bout, it was announced that Chyna would face Jarrett for the IC title at Unforgiven
Ken Shamrock defeated Gangrel at 5:25 with a sunset flip into the ankle lock; Matt & Jeff Hardy were in Gangrel's corner for the bout but were sent backstage a minute into the bout after interfering; after the bout, Howard Finkel came out and introduced Chris Jericho, with Jericho's Titan Tron playing before Jericho appeared on the big screen and told Shamrock to show up to Smackdown!; moments later, Shamrock ran backstage to find Jericho
Mankind & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Big Show & the Undertaker to win the titles at 8:13 when Rock pinned Show after hitting him over the head with a steel chair followed by a double People's Elbow from both challengers; Taker never legally tagged in and actually walked out of the match at around the 6-minute mark after Paul Bearer came ringside and showed him something in his jacket

9/6/99; Hartford, CT; Civic Center
9/6/99 - aired at 11pm EST due to the US Open which preempted the regular timeslot:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & Mankind defeated WWF World Champion Triple H (sub. for X-Pac) & Kane at 4:27 when Rock pinned Kane with the Rock Bottom and People�s Elbow after Triple H hit his partner with the sledgehammer; after the match, Triple H fled ringside after the Undertaker and Big Show came to the ring (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Miss Kitty) defeated Jackie via submission with the figure-4; after the match, he hit her over the head with a guitar
Edge & Christian defeated the Acolytes when Edge pinned Bradshaw after a missile dropkick; due to prematch stipulations, Edge & Christian became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
The Big Show pinned Val Venis by catching Val coming off the top and hitting the chokeslam; after the match, Steve Blackman attacked Val with his kendo stick
Test, Gerald Brisco, & Pat Patterson defeated the Mean Street Posse (w/ Terri) when Test pinned Rodney after Stan Stasiak interfered
Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy when Hardcore pinned Matt; after the match, Hardcore and Crash brawled
D-Lo Brown pinned Steve Blackman with the Lo Down after Val Venis stole Blackman�s duffel bag; after the match, Mark Henry, who had been doing commentary, attacked D-Lo
WWF Women�s Champion Ivory pinned Tori in a hardcore match after smashing a mirror over her head (WWF Hardcore DVD / VHS)
WWF World Champion Triple H pinned Billy Gunn with the Pedigree; after the match, Kane took out the champion, Chyna, and Shane McMahon as the show came to a close

9/13/99; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
9/13/99:
Luna defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification when Ivory interfered and hit Luna with Jarrett�s guitar; after the match, Jarrett put Lillian Garcia in the figure-4 for announcing Luna as the winner
D-Von Dudley defeated Farooq in a strap match after Bubba Ray Dudley interfered and hit Farooq with a chair; after the match, Bradshaw cleared the ring of the Dudleyz
Test pinned Joey Abs (w/ the Mean Street Posse) with a powerbomb; after the match, Shane McMahon and Test fought off the Mean Street Posse and chased them out of the arena
WWF World Champion Triple H fought Steve Austin to a no contest when Austin was handcuffed and led away by police before the bout began
The Godfather pinned Chaz with the Ho Train and the Pimp Drop
Chris Jericho defeated Gotch Gracie (Mr. Hughes under a mask) via submission with the Walls of Jericho in a steel cage match; after the match, both men attacked Ken Shamrock (Hughes� return match)
The Undertaker, Mankind, the Big Show, Kane, and the Rock fought to a no contest when Mideon & Viscera attacked Mankind and a number of referees were knocked out by participants before other wrestlers broke the fight up
D-Lo Brown & Val Venis defeated Steve Blackman & WWF European Champion Mark Henry when D-Lo pinned Blackman with the Lo-Down after a fisherman suplex from Venis
WWF World Champion Triple H defeated Steve Austin via disqualification when the challenger used a chair and assaulted the referee

9/20/99; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
9/20/99:
Chris Jericho defeated Billy Gunn via submission with the Walls of Jericho
The Dudley Boyz defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy when Bubba Ray pinned Matt; after the bout, the Acolytes - who were doing guest commentary for the bout - attacked the Dudleyz and Stevie Richards (who was dressed as a Dudley Boy)
Test & Stephanie McMahon defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett & Debra when Stephanie pinned Jarrett after a flying elbowsmash from Test; during the bout, Debra refused to be tagged in and after the match Jarrett put her in the figure-4
The Rock & Mankind defeated Mideon, Viscera (sub. for WWF Tag Team Champion the Undertaker), & WWF Tag Team Champion the Big Show in a handicap match following the People's Elbow to win the titles; prior to the contest, the Undertaker made the match under 'darkside rules' and took himself out of the bout before attacking his own tag team partner
Shawn Stasiak pinned Steve Blackman with a roll up after Blackman went to his bag of weapons and pulled out a vibrator, which had been placed inside by guest commentator Val Venis
Hardcore Holly (w/ Crash Holly) pinned the Big Bossman in a hardcore match after Crash interfered
Shane McMahon & Test (sub. for Vince McMahon) defeated Triple H & Chyna via disqualification when Triple H hit both opponents with a steel chair; after the bout, Vince - who had been locked in his dressing room backstage - came to ringside and hit Triple H with a chair

9/27/99; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
9/27/99:
The Big Show defeated Chris Jericho (w/ Curtis Hughes) via disqualification when Albert, who was doing guest commentary for the bout, attacked Show; after the bout, the Road Dogg attacked Hughes as Jericho escaped from ringside
WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown defeated Steve Blackman via disqualification when Blackman hit the champion with a kendo stick; after the bout, guest commentator Droz attacked D-Lo and threw up on him; Mark Henry made the save but D-Lo didn't want his help
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated X-Pac & Kane via disqualification when Hardcore & Crash Holly attacked the champions; Kane & X-Pac helped in fighting them off
The Fabulous Moolah & Mae Young defeated WWF Women's Champion Ivory in a handicap evening gown match
Chyna & Debra defeated Tom Pritchard & WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett (w/ Miss Kitty) when Chyna pinned Jarrett after Pritchard hit her with a guitar and she fell on top of Jarrett; due to prematch stipulations, Chyna earned an IC title rematch for No Mercy
The Rock fought WWF World Champion Triple H to a no contest when Davey Boy Smith attacked both men as the Rock had Triple H pinned; Steve Austin was the guest commentator for the bout

10/4/99; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
10/4/99:
The Acolytes defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg, Kane & X-Pac, and Hardcore & Crash Holly when Bradshaw pinned X-Pac; Kane pinned Farooq at the same time but they were the illegal men in the match
Edge & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 4:21 after Edge hit a spear in mid-air as Jeff Hardy lept off the top; this was the 2nd bout in the TIT Best of 7 series; Terri Runnels did guest commentary for the bout (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)
The Fabulous Moolah & Mae Young defeated Miss Kitty (sub. for WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett who decided to do commentary instead) & Ivory when Kitty was pinned; after the match, Jarrett put Kitty in the figure-4 for losing
Chyna defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification when Jeff Jarrett interfered and hit Chyna with a coffee can; after the match, Smith called Triple H out and gave him a count of 10 before hitting the powerslam on Chyna - but instead only gave a count of 3 before executing the move
The Dudley Boyz defeated Mankind & Stevie Richards (dressed as Dude Love) following the 3D on Richards as Mankind had the Mandible Claw applied on Val Venis, who was doing commentary
The Rock pinned Chris Jericho (w/ Curtis Hughes) with a Rock Bottom onto a chair followed by the People�s Elbow; after the match, Davey Boy Smith came ringside and began brawling with the Rock

10/11/99; Atlanta, GA; Georgia Dome
10/11/99:
Billy Gunn (w/ the Road Dogg) pinned Crash Holly (w/ Hardcore Holly) with the Fameasser after 48 seconds; after the match, Hardcore knocked out both Outlaws with Crash�s scale
WWF Women�s Champion Ivory defeated Mae Young via disqualification in a non-title match when the Fabulous Moolah interfered
Edge & Christian fought Matt & Jeff Hardy to a double count-out at 4:45when all four men began brawling on the floor; this was the 3rd match in the TIT Invitational
X-Pac pinned Farooq (w/ Bradshaw) at 3:21 by reversing the Dominator into the X-Factor; after the match, Kane made the save against the Acolytes which upset X-Pac since he said he didn�t want any help
The Headbangers defeated Chris Jericho & Curtis Hughes at 3:27 when Hughes was pinned after Jericho walked out of the match
The Godfather pinned Mark Henry in a Ho Jack match (lumberjack with hoes surrounding the ring) at 1:24 with the Ho Train and a roll up
The Big Show defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification at the 37 second mark when Bossman used his nightstick as a weapon; after the match, Al Snow attempted to make the save but was also beaten down
Steve Austin & Jim Ross fought WWF World Champion Triple H & Chyna to a no contest when Austin and Triple H brawled into the crowd, Jeff Jarrett knocked Chyna out with a toaster, took her backstage in a laundry bin, and pushed it off a ledge, and Austin pummeled Triple H at the concession stand
The Rock & Mankind fought Val Venis & Davey Boy Smith to a no contest when Mankind chased Venis backstage and the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Smith onto dog crap

10/18/99; Columbus, OH; Schottenstein Center
10/18/99 - featured the Rock cutting an in-ring promo to open the broadcast in which he made mention of facing Triple H for the world title at the Survivor Series; moments later, Steve Austin interrupted and blamed Rock for his losing to Triple H the previous night at No Mercy; as the two men prepared to fight each other, Vince McMahon came to the ring and asked that Triple H come out to share his opinion as to who should be the #1 contender; after Triple H came out and ran down Vince, Rock, and Austin, McMahon ordered Triple H to defend the title against both Austin and the Rock at Survivor Series; included the Acolytes beating Curtis Hughes in a poker game and, as a result, winning Howard Finkel; featured an in-ring promo by the Big Bossman in which he insulted the Big Show and offered to put the Hardcore title on the line later in the show; included the Fabulous Moolah and Mae Young fighting backstage during an interview with Michael Cole after Mae said she wanted a shot at Moolah's newly won Women's title; featured footage of Mark Henry with his 4th sex therapist, an older woman who eventually threw herself on him; included Mankind giving Rock an autographed copy of Have a Nice Day; later in the show, Al Snow found the book in the trash can and told Mankind about it, angering Mankind that Rock would throw his book and his life in the trash; included an in-ring promo by the new WWF IC Champion Chyna, with Miss Kitty, in which Chris Jericho interrupted, said that seeing Chyna with the belt made him sick, and cited Ricky Steamboat, Randy Savage, Rick Rude, and the Mountie as former champions who brought credibility to the title; moments later, Chyna hit Jericho in the face with the title belt, knocking him off the ring apron and onto the commentary table; featured Michael Cole conducting an in-ring interview with Matt & Jeff Hardy regarding their ladder match win the previous night; moments later, Edge & Christian came out and congratulated the Hardyz for their victory; Gangrel and Terri soon followed, with Gangrel saying both teams should congratulate him before he was beaten down by the Hardyz and Edge & Christian:
X-Pac & Kane defeated the Dudley Boyz when Kane pinned Bubba Ray with a chokeslam following an enzuiguri from X-Pac at 3:45; early in the contest, the Headbangers came ringside to distract the Dudleyz; after the match, the Headbangers brawled with the Dudleyz on the floor until they were held apart by referees
Viscera (w/ Mideon) pinned the Godfather at 2:09 with a blow from behind and a splash after Godfather knocked Mideon off the ring apron
Test defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at 2:17 when the Mean Street Posse interfered as Test prepared to hit Smith with a trash can; after the bout, Smith assaulted Test with the trash can and officially joined forces with the Mean Street Posse before eventually hitting the running powerslam
Val Venis pinned Al Snow with the Money Shot at 4:39 after shoving Snow off the top
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman defeated the Big Show via forfeit after Show was told backstage by a police officer that his father had passed away; later in the show it was revealed, via G-TV, that the Bossman paid the man to lie to Show and tell him about his father's death
Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Acolytes (w/ Howard Finkel) at 4:58 when Road Dogg pinned Bradshaw by reversing a piledriver attempt into a roll over after Gunn hit Bradshaw in the back with a steel chair, placed in the ring by Finkel; mid-way through the bout, the top rope fell off one of the corners and, after being assaulted with the turnbuckle pad, Gunn was busted open; after the bout, Bradshaw gave Finkel a wedgie as the Acolytes forced him backstage
Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Rock & Mankind to win the titles at 7:30 when Hardcore pinned Rock after Triple H interfered behind the referee's back and hit the Pedigree; Mick Foley sat on the ring steps with his back to the ring for the duration of the match and left immediately after the decision; after the bout, Steve Austin attacked Triple H from behind on the stage, throwing him in the ring where Rock followed by hitting the Rock Bottom; as Rock attempted the People's Elbow, Austin gave him two middle fingers and then hit the Stunner on Triple H instead

10/25/99; Providence, RI; Civic Center
10/25/99:
Viscera pinned the Godfather (w/ Mark Henry) after Henry nailed the Godfather from behind; due to prematch stipulations, Viscera won the Godfather�s hoes and allowed Henry to have them any time he wanted
Edge & Christian defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Hardcore & Crash Holly via disqualification when Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty prevented the pinfall after Edge hit the spear on Crash; after the bout, the Hardy Boyz made the save (Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty�s return)
Ivory pinned WWF Women�s Champion the Fabulous Moolah (w/ Mae Young) to win the title in an impromptu match
The Big Show fought Prince Albert to a no contest when the Big Bossman came ringside and told the Big Show that he pulled the plug on Show�s father at the hospital and stole his watch; Bossman and Albert attacked Show to end the segment
WWF IC Champion Chyna (w/ Miss Kitty) & WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown defeated Chris Jericho & Stevie Richards (dressed in disguise as a female fan) when Chyna pinned Richards; after the match, Jericho put Richards in the Walls of Jericho
Mankind defeated WWF World Champion Triple H via disqualification when Val Venis interfered as Mankind had the Mandible Claw applied and hit the challenger with a chair; after the match, Al Snow made the save
Kane defeated Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ D-Von Dudley) via disqualification when D-Von interfered; after the match, X-Pac made the save
Test fought Davey Boy Smith to a no contest in a steel cage match; the Mean Street Posse came through the crowd and broke into the cage after Test hit an elbowdrop off the top of the cage; in the melee, the Smith escaped through the door, although the bell never rung nor was any decision announced; Shane McMahon made the save for Test by leaping off the top of the cage onto the Posse; after Test came to Shane's aid moments later, Stephanie McMahon came to the ring to celebrate with her brother and fiancee (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2 DVD)
Steve Austin & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg via disqualification when X-Pac and Triple H interfered and helped with the tag champions in attacking the challengers, thus reforming DX

11/1/99; Washington DC; MCI Center
11/1/99:
The Rock fought the Road Dogg to a no contest when DX and Vince McMahon interfered
Matt & Jeff Hardy & Edge & Christian defeated Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty & Crash & Hardcore Holly after Edge hit the spear
Mankind & Al Snow defeated the Big Bossman & Albert when Snow pinned Albert after throwing him into a table
WWF IC Champion Chyna pinned Stevie Richards with a low blow and the Pedigree; after the match, Chris Jericho attacked the champion from behind and applies the Walls of Jericho
Steve Austin pinned Billy Gunn with the Stunner; after the bout, Austin held off DX with a chair
Test defeated Val Venis via count-out when Mankind chased Val from ringside; after the bout, Stephanie McMahon proposed to Test, with him accepting
Kane fought X-Pac to a no contest when DX interfered and attacked Kane
The Headbangers defeated the Dudley Boyz after Thrasher hit a DDT; after the match, the Mean Street Posse attacked the Headbangers
WWF World Champion Triple H pinned Shane McMahon after Vince McMahon interfered and inadvertantly hit Shane with the title belt; the Rock was the special time keeper for the bout, Steve Austin was the guest commentator, and Kane was the guest enforcer; all three men paired off with members of DX during the bout and battled away from ringside

11/8/99; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
11/8/99:
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mankind & Al Snow to win the titles when Dogg pinned Snow after a chair shot from Gunn
The Godfather defeated Val Venis via count-out when Val and Mankind fought into the crowd
Edge & Christian & the Headbangers defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Mean Street Posse when Christian pinned Pete Gas
The Rock pinned X-Pac by blocking the X-Factor and hitting the Rock Bottom; after the bout, DX attacked the Rock until Vince McMahon came out and ordered Triple H to defend the title against Test in the main event; seconds later, the Rock laid out the champion with the Rock Bottom and People's Elbow
The Big Bossman pinned Kane after hitting him with the nightstick after Albert interfered
Crash & Hardcore Holly defeated Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty when Hardcore scored the pin with a suplex
WWF World Champion Triple H defeated Test via count-out when Test, Vince & Shane McMahon ran backstage after Stephanie McMahon had been kidnapped by DX; Vince McMahon was the guest time keeper and Shane McMahon the guest referee for the bout

11/15/99; Pittsburgh, PA; Civic Arena
11/15/99:
Mankind defeated Val Venis via submission with the Mandible Claw at 4:51
Kurt Angle pinned the Godfather with the Olympic Slam at 2:58 after the Godfather became distracted by a fan at ringside that had a sign reading 'World Wide Filth'
Gangrel (w/ Luna) pinned Chris Jericho with a northern lights suplex at 1:27 after Jericho became distracted by Chyna and Miss Kitty at ringside
WWF World Champion the Big Show defeated WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith (w/ the Mean Street Posse) via disqualification at the 33-second mark after the Posse interfered
WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg pinned Al Snow at 4:14 with the pumphandle slam; after the bout, Mankind cheered Snow up following the loss
Test pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn with a roll up at 4:30 after avoiding the Fameasser; after the bout, Gunn hit the Fameasser on Test
Triple H defeated Kane via disqualification at 4:42 when Vince McMahon interfered; after the bout, Kane hit a chokeslam on Triple H
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman pinned the Rock in a non-title hardcore match with the sidewalk slam at 4:41 after Albert distracted the Rock; following the bout, the Rock attacked both men as well as several officials; due to prematch stipulations, the Bossman became the #1 contender to the WWF World Title

11/22/99; Syracuse, NY
11/22/99:
Crash & Hardcore Holly defeated Mankind & Al Snow when Crash pinned Snow following a dropkick from Hardcore as Snow attempted the Snow Plow on Crash
Kurt Angle pinned Mark Henry with the Angle Slam
Chris Jericho pinned the Godfather with the Lionsault
Edge & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz when D-Von was pinned
X-Pac (w/ WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn) pinned Jeff Hardy (w/ Matt Hardy & Terri Runnels) with the X-Factor after Gunn and Road Dogg interfered
WWF World Champion the Big Show defeated Kane (mystery opponent) via count-out when the challenger attacked Viscera on the floor, who had chased Tori to ringside; after the bout, Show hit a powerslam on Viscera
Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty defeated Val Venis & WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith via disqualification when the Mean Street Posse attacked Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty after Venis walked out of the match; after the bout, Rikishi made the save and danced with Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty
Test pinned WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg after interference from guest referee Shane McMahon
The Rock & Mankind defeated WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman & Albert when Mankind made the pin after the Rock Bottom / People's Elbow combo from the Rock; the bout was originally a 2-on-1 handicap match but Mankind came to the Rock's aid mid-way through the contest
Triple H fought the Acolytes to a no contest in a no holds barred handicap match after Vince McMahon prevented Triple H from leaving ringside, hit him with a chair, and threw him off the stage; prematch stipulations stated that if any member of DX interfered in the match they would be suspended for 30 days

11/29/99; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena
11/29/99 - the closing segment included the wedding of Stephanie McMahon and Test, during which Triple H interrupted and said Stephanie was already married; he then showed footage of him marrying an unconscious Stephanie in Las Vegas:
Viscera & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman defeated Kane (w/ Tori) & WWF World Champion the Big Show when Viscera pinned Kane after X-Pac interfered and hit the X-Factor on Kane; after the bout, X-Pac hit Tori with a spin kick
Edge (w/ Christian) pinned Matt Hardy (w/ Jeff Hardy & Terri Runnels) with the spear as all four men were fighting in the ring
Steve Blackman pinned the Godfather
Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty (w/ Rikishi) defeated Hardcore & Crash Holly when Crash was pinned; after the bout, Rikishi fought off Hardcore
Test pinned Triple H with the flying elbowsmash after Shane McMahon interfered as Triple H attempted to pull the Vince McMahon mask off the referee
Kurt Angle pinned Val Venis after Davey Boy Smith interfered and hit Venis with a chair
X-Pac & WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated the Rock, Kane, & Mankind via disqualification when Al Snow interfered and hit the DX members with Head after Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Gunn; after the bout, Rock hit the People's Elbow on Snow for costing him the match

12/6/99; Worcester, MA; Centrum
12/6/99:
Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg via disqualification when Crash & Hardcore Holly interfered; Rikishi made the save
Kurt Angle & Steve Blackman defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Terri) after Blackman hit Jeff with his kendo stick, with Angle getting the pin
Val Venis fought D-Lo Brown to a no contest when Davey Boy Smith and the Mean Street Posse attacked both men; prematch stipulations called for the winner to be named the #1 contender to Smith's European title
The Godfather pinned Prince Albert with the Ho Train
Rikishi pinned Hardcore Holly with a splash off the middle turnbuckle
Triple H & X-Pac defeated Test & Kane (w/ Tori) when Triple H pinned Test following a low blow and the Pedigree
WWF World Champion the Big Show pinned Viscera with a missile dropkick off the top
The Rock & Mankind defeated Al Snow & Chris Jericho via disqualification when Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg interfered

12/13/99; Tampa, FL
12/13/99:
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho defeated X-Pac
Mark Henry pinned the Godfather with a roll up after Mae Young distracted the Godfather from ringside
The Rock & Mankind defeated the Dudley Boyz when Rock made the pin; Rock & Mankind originally won the match via disqualification but Triple H overruled the decision and made the bout a No DQ match
WWF Women's Champion the Kat pinned Tori in a chocolate pudding match after outside interference from X-Pac backfired; after the match, the New Age Outlaws attacked Kane - who threw X-Pac into the pudding; prior to the match, the champion renamed herself the Kat and threw ring announcer Lilian Garcia into the pudding after the contest for forgetting to call her as such
The Acolytes fought the Mean Street Posse to a no contest in a handicap match after destroying their opponents and walking out of the match
Edge & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy in a steel cage match when Edge escaped through the door after Matt Hardy and Christian had previously escaped over the top
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn pinned Kane in a triple threat match after Gunn hit the Fameasser
WWF World Champion the Big Show defeated WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman & Albert in a handicap match by pinning the Bossman after hitting chokeslams on both men; prematch stipulations stated that had Bossman's team won he would have become the new world champion
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn fought Triple H & Test to a no contest when Triple H attacked his partner; after the match, DX ganged up on Test and Stephanie McMahon slapped him

12/20/99; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
12/20/99:
Jeff Hardy & Christian defeated Matt Hardy & Edge
Kurt Angle pinned Viscera after Steve Blackman interfered and hit Viscera with his kendo stick
The Dudley Boyz, the Acolytes, and Mae Young & the Fabulous Moolah fought to a no contest when Mark Henry came to the aid of Young and Moolah and helped the Acolytes against the Dudleyz
Mankind fought the Mean Street Posse (dressed as Santa Claus) to a no contest in a Boiler Room Brawl when the New Age Outlaws and Triple H interfered
WWF IC Champion Chris Jerihco pinned the Godfather after Chyna interfered and gave the Godfather a low blow
Hardcore Holly (w/ Terri Runnels) defeated Val Venis (w/ BB) in a bout where whenever a participant was thrown to the floor his valet would have to take off an article of clothing
Al Snow defeated the Rock in a Brahma Bull bullrope match after the New Age Outlaws interfered
Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty & Rikishi defeated the Mean Street Posse
WWF World Champion the Big Show defeated Kane (w/ Tori) in a No DQ falls count anywhere match after slamming him through the commentary table; due to prematch stipulations, Tori had to spend the holidays with X-Pac

12/27/99; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
12/27/99 - included an opening segment in which Mankind interrupted an in-ring promo from Triple H, DX, and Stephanie McMahon saying that if HHH was able to win the world title, he would be in line for a title shot; Makind was eventually beaten down by DX before the Rock made the save; moments later, Triple H said that the company was too small for the three of them so a pink slip on a pole match was scheduled for later in the evening between Rock and Mankind; featured a double date between Mark Henry & Mae Young and Harvey Wippleman & the Fabulous Moolah:
Chyna (w/ the Kat) pinned Crash Holly at 1:11; Hardcore Holly did guest commentary for the bout
The Dudley Boyz defeated the Acolytes at 2:40 after the Mean Street Posse interfered and guest referee Joey Abs gave a fast count; prior to the bout, Rodney and Pete Gas were introduced as the special time keeper and ring announcer (the Dudleyz' first appearance in the blue camouflage)
Kurt Angle defeated the Headbangers in a handicap match at the 50-second mark after Steve Blackman interfered and hit Mosh with a kendo stick; after the bout, the Headbangers hit a guillotine legdrop on Angle before Blackman cleared them from the ring
Al Snow defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho via disqualification at 1:30 when Chyna interfered and hit Snow with Head
The Rock defeated Mankind in a Pink Slip on a Pole match at 9:30 after hitting the Rock Bottom on a distracted Mankind, moments after Al Snow appeared ringside; due to pre-match stipulations, Mankind was fired from the company; after the bout, Mankind cut a goodbye promo, saying he planned to retire in 2000 but not this early
Albert & Ivory defeated Val Venis & WWF Women's Champion the Kat, Gangrel & Luna, and Viscera & Jackie at 2:17 when Albert pinned Venis
X-Pac pinned Jeff Hardy (w/ Matt Hardy & Terri) with the X-Factor at 4:08
Test defeated Kane (w/ Tori) via disqualification at 2:57 when Kane shoved the referee; after the bout, Kane hit the tombstone on Test
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty at 2:22 after interference from both Rikishi and X-Pac, with X-Pac attacking Grandmaster Sexay and leading to the pin; after the bout, Rikishi helped in clearing the ring and then danced with Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty
WWF World Champion the Big Show pinned Triple H (w/ DX) with the chokeslam in a No DQ match at 5:58 after Mankind interfered and hit Triple H in the back of the head with a chair; prior to the bout, the challenger announced it would be No DQ and the remaining members of DX interfered throughout the bout

2000

1/3/00; Miami, FL; American Airlines Arena
1/3/00 - Ziggy Marley was in attendance for the show; included an opening segment in which the Rock cut an in-ring promo and challenged Triple H as a result of what happened to Mick Foley the previous week on Raw; moments later, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon came out, with Triple H saying he would face the Big Show for the world title later in the night while the Rock would face X-Pac and the New Age Outlaws in a handicap match, with stipulations stating that if Rock loses then he would be fired; Triple H went on to state that if anyone interfered in the match, they would be fired on the spot; moments later, Rock's three opponents ran out to the ring and triple teamed him until a number of referees swarmed the ring; featured Harvey Wippleman introducing DX's "epic film" entitled 'Have a Bad Day', with Triple H - playing the role of employment office worker Harry Sacks, trying to find a job for Mankind, portrayed by Mideon; a second part aired later in the show in which Mankind came to a children's hospital to entertain kids, with Triple H portraying the role of Asian doctor Hung Low, with Low eventually using kung fu to beat Mankind down; a third part showed Mankind at a book signing where no one was there, with Triple H portraying the publisher who then fired and threw Mankind into the wall as he attempted to use Mr. Socko:
The Dudley Boyz defeated Too Cool (w/ Rikishi) via disqualification at 3:16 when Rikishi interfered, superkicked Bubba Ray, and hit the Rikishi Driver on D-Von; moments earlier, the Mean Street Posse - who came out before the match - attacked Rikishi at ringside but were soon chased backstage by the Acolytes
Kurt Angle defeated Kane (w/ Tori) via disqualificaton at 3:27 when Steve Blackman came into the ring and hit Angle over the head with his kendo stick; earlier in the show, Triple H told Blackman that if he attacked Kane in an attempt to save Angle's undefeated streak then he would be fired
WWF IC Champion Chyna (w/ the Kat) pinned Hardcore Holly (w/ Crash Holly) at 1:58 when Chris Jericho, who did guest commentary for the bout, punched Holly in the face, allowing Chyna to roll him up in a sunset flip for the win; prior to the bout, Stephanie McMahon had both Jericho and Chyna come out to the ring and declared that, as a result of their match on Smackdown!, both wrestlers were the Intercontinental Champion; both could defend the title but if one lost the title then both would lose it; moments later, Hardcore Holly, with Crash, came out and demanded a title shot; after the bout, Jericho left ringside with the title belt, with Chyna & Miss Kitty following, as Crash and Hardcore fought into the crowd
Triple H pinned WWF World Champion the Big Show to win the title at 7:08 with a kick to the groin and the Pedigree as the referee was distracted by X-Pac and the New Age Outlaws on the rampway; DX and Stephanie McMahon watched the match from stage; after the bout, balloons were dropped from the rafters and pyro went off to celebrate Triple H's victory as he was congratulated by DX and Stephanie in the ring
The Big Bossman & Albert defeated Test, the Fabulous Moolah (w/ Harvey Wippleman), & Mae Young (w/ Mark Henry) (mystery partners chosen by Triple H & Stephanie McMahon) in a handicap match at 1:41 when Albert pinned Test with the bicycle kick after Bossman used his nightstick to knock Test off the top; after the bout, Test and Wippleman were beaten down until Henry helped clear the ring
The Acolytes (with one arm tied behind their backs) defeated Pete Gas, Rodney, & Joey Abs via disqualification in a handicap match at the 30-second mark when the Dudley Boyz interfered and helped in beating down the Acolytes with a chair until a number of referees swarmed the ring
Jeff Hardy (w/ Terri & Matt Hardy) defeated Al Snow in a steel cage match at 6:45 by escaping over the top after leaping off Snow's back; prior to the bout, Snow attacked Matt from behind on the floor; moments later, he dragged Hardy out of the cage and assaulted him with a steel chair before throwing him back inside the ring and trapping Terri in the ring as well, locking the cage door with his own chain; after the match, Matt climbed over the top of the cage and hit Snow with a chair to save Terri
The Rock defeated X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg in a No DQ handicap match at 9:17 by pinning Gunn with the Rock Bottom after Mick Foley came out of the crowd and assaulted Gunn, Road Dogg, X-Pac, & Triple H with a steel chair; prior to the bout, Triple H - who watched the match from the stage with Stephanie McMahon - announced that it would be a No DQ match; pre-match stipulations stated that had Rock lost, he would have been fired

1/10/00; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium
1/10/00:
WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn at 4:25 by reversing the Fameasser into a pumphandle slam
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Kurt Angle & Steve Blackman at 2:48 when Matt pinned Blackman
WWF European Champion Val Venis pinned Edge at 3:34 with the fisherman's suplex; after the match, the two along with Christian hugged because of Edge's engagement to Val's sister
Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated Chris Jericho & Chyna when Hardcore pinned Chyna at 2:47 after Jericho failed to notice Chyna reaching for the tag
WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned X-Pac at 3:11 after Stephanie caused X-Pac to crotch himself on the top rope
Rikishi & Too Cool defeated Al Snow & the Headbangers when Rikishi pinned Mosh at 2:28 with the Rikishi Driver
D-Lo Brown & the Godfather defeated the Dudley Boyz via count-out at 3:20 when the Dudleyz tried to steal the hoes from ringside
The Big Show & Test defeated the Big Bossman & Prince Albert when Test pinned Albert at the 55 second mark
WWF World Champion Triple H, X-Pac, & WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated the Rock, Mankind, & the Acolytes when Triple H pinned Mankind after hitting him with the ring bell, a Pedigree through the commentary table, and a second Pedigree in the ring

1/17/00; New Haven, CT; Coliseum
1/17/00:
Test pinned WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman to win the title with the flying elbowdrop after Albert attacked the champion
Kurt Angle pinned Steve Blackman after Davey Boy Smith interfered and hit Blackman with his own kendo stick
The Acolytes defeated WWF World Champion Triple H & X-Pac (w/ Stephanie McMahon) via disqualification when the New Age Outlaws interfered
Jeff Hardy (w/ Terri Runnels & Matt Hardy) pinned Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ D-Von Dudley) with the Senton; after the bout, the Dudley Boyz hit the 3D on both Hardyz before putting them through tables
Rikishi defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho via disqualification after Chyna, Crash, & Hardcore Holly interfered and Hardcore hit the challenger with a chair; after the bout, Too Cool made the save for Rikishi
Kane (w/ Tori) pinned Albert with the chokeslam
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated the Rock & the Big Show when Gunn pinned Show after the Rock hit his partner with a chair; after the bout, the Rock hit the People's Elbow on Show

1/24/00; Philadelphia, PA; CoreStates Center
1/24/00:
Edge & Christian fought Steve Blackman & Al Snow to a no contest after Edge suffered an injury from a double team legdrop; after the bout, EMTs were called to the ring
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho pinned Hardcore Holly with the Lionsault after Chyna interfered and hit the Pedigree on the challenger onto a steel chair
Viscera & Crash Holly defeated Too Cool when Viscera pinned Grandmaster Sexay with a legdrop moments after Grandmaster hit the Tennessee Jam on Crash, the illegal man
Kane (w/ Tori) defeated X-Pac via disqualification after X-Pac used a chair
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Terri Runnels) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg via disqualification when the Dudley Boyz prevented the pinfall from being made after Jeff hit the Senton; after the bout, the Dudleyz hit the 3D on both Hardyz and Bubba Ray powerbombed Terri off the top through a table; Terri was later taken out of the ring on a stretcher
The Acolytes defeated the Godfather & D-Lo Brown when Bradshaw pinned D-Lo with the Clothesline from Hell
The Big Bossman defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Test in a non-title match via disqualification after Test used the Bossman's nightstick as a weapon
The Rock & Rikishi defeated WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) & the Big Show via disqualification when the New Age Outlaws interfered; after the bout, Cactus Jack made the save with a 2x4

1/31/00; Pittsburgh, PA; Civic Arena
1/31/00:
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg fought Al Snow & Steve Blackman to a no contest at 5:00 when the Road Dogg started a fight with Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, and Eddie Guerrero, who were all sitting ringside for the show, by shoving Benoit after landing in their laps during the match; after the bout, Road Dogg was assaulted on the floor by Benoit and Malenko while, inside the ring, Gunn sustained an overhead suplex from Saturn and the Frog Splash from Guerrero; moments later, Malenko hit a suplex on Road Dogg inside the ring, with Benoit following with the diving headbutt off the top; during the segment, Jim Ross referred to the four men for the first time as the Radicalz (the surprise TV debut of Benoit, Malenko, Saturn, and Guerrero)
Christian (w/ Edge) pinned D-Von Dudley (w/ Bubba Ray Dudley) following the inverted DDT at 3:21; Matt & Jeff Hardy made the save for Edge & Christian after the match by putting the Dudleyz through tables
The Big Show defeated Too Cool in a handicap match at 2:15 after chokeslamming Grandmaster Sexay and powerbombing Scotty 2 Hotty
The Rock pinned Kurt Angle with the People's Elbow at 5:32 after Tazz stopped Angle from leaving and thew him back into the ring; after the match, Tazz went to clothesline Angle but accidentally hit the Rock instead; this was the first official pinfall loss for Angle
X-Pac (w/ Tori) pinned WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Chyna) in a non-title match at 5:34 with the X-Factor after Tori hit Jericho with the title belt as X-Pac was in the Walls of Jericho
Harvina (Harvey Wippleman dressed as a woman) pinned WWF Women's Champion the Kat in a lumberjill match to win the title at 1:14 after Jackie knocked down the champion; other lumberjills included: BB, Ivory, Luna, Mae Young, and the Fabulous Moolah
Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated Viscera in a handicap match at 4:51 after Hardcore dropkicked Crash ontop of Viscera for the pin
Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ D-Von & the Acolytes) defeated Matt Hardy (w/ Jeff Hardy) via disqualification at 2:57 when Matt intercepted a chair from D-Von and hit Bubba with it; after the match, the Dudleyz and Acolytes destroyed the Hardyz and Edge & Christian
WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) defeated Cactus Jack (sub. for Kane) via disqualification when the Radicalz and Cactus ganged up on the champion

2/7/00; Dallas, TX; Reunion Arena
2/7/00:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated Edge & Christian after the Dudley Boyz interfered and Road Dogg pinned Christian
Kurt Angle defeated Mark Henry via disqualification when Mae Young interfered; Angle hit the Olympic Slam on Mae after the match
Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated the Acolytes in a hardcore match after Viscera interfered as the two teams were brawling at a concession stand
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho defeated Viscera via disqualification when the Hollys interfered; the Acolytes made the save after the match
WWF Women's Champion Jackie pinned Luna (w/ Gangrel) with a German suplex; Gangrel hit the DDT on Jackie after the match
The Dudley Boyz defeated the Godfather & D-Lo Brown following the 3D on D-Lo; the Hardy Boyz and Edge & Christian fend off the Dudleyz after the match
WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon), X-Pac (w/ Tori), Chris Benoit, Perry Saturn, & Dean Malenko (w/ Eddie Guerrero) defeated the Rock, Cactus Jack, Too Cool, & Rikishi at 10:10 when Benoit pinned Grandmaster Sexay with the diving headbutt after Triple H hit the Pedigree; after the bout, Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg aided their DX teammates as well as the Radicalz in attacking the opposition until Kane made his return, alongside Paul Bearer, and made the save; Stephanie McMahon did guest commentary for the match

2/14/00; San Jose, CA; Arena
2/14/00 - this episode aired live beginning at 11pm due to the annual Westminster Kennel Dog Show which preempted Raw's regular timeslot:
D-Von Dudley (w/ Bubba Ray Dudley) defeated Edge (w/ Christian) and Jeff Hardy (w/ Matt Hardy) by pinning Edge with a reverse DDT; due to prematch stipulations, the Dudleyz became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg pinned Grandmaster Sexay with the pumphandle slam
The Godfather & D-Lo Brown defeated Steve Blackman & Al Snow when D-Lo pinned Blackman with a roll up as Snow danced with the hos on the floor
Chris Benoit (w/ Eddie Guerrero) pinned the Rock with a German suplex into a bridge after the Big Show interfered
Scotty 2 Hotty pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Essa Rios (w/ Lita) pinned Crash Holly (w/ Hardcore Holly) with the moonsault; after the match, Lita hit her own moonsault on Crash
Tazz defeated Hardcore Holly via disqualification when Crash Holly interfered to break the Tazzmission; after the match, Tazz hit a Tazzplex on Crash
Rikishi defeated Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn via disqualification in a handicap match after Eddie Guerrero interfered and hit Rikishi in the ankle with a pipe; after the match, Too Cool made the save
Kane fought WWF World Champion Triple H, X-Pac, & the Big Show to a no contest when the Rock and Cactus Jack interfered on behalf of Kane, forcing the opposition to head backstage

2/21/00; Atlanta, GA; Georgia Dome
2/21/00 - included an opening in-ring segment with DX which was quickly interrupted by the Rock; after Triple H mentioned there were several members of DX and just one Rock, Cactus Jack came out to join the Rock on the stage, with Kane & Paul Bearer doing the same moments later; Cactus then said he wanted a 6-man tag for later in the night, leading to an in-ring brawl between Rock, Cactus, & Kane against DX; the Big Show soon followed with a steel chair and laid out Kane and the Rock and allowed Triple H to hit the Pedigree on Cactus; featured a "Don't try this at home" PSA featuring Mick Foley, Farooq, the Hardy Boyz, Chyna, and Chris Jericho:
WWF European Champion Kurt Angle & Davey Boy Smith defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho & Chyna at 2:48 when Angle pinned Jericho with the Olympic Slam after hitting him with the IC belt as Smith, the illegal man, was caught in the Walls of Jericho
Too Cool defeated Al Snow & Steve Blackman when Scotty 2 Hotty pinned Blackman at 3:11 with a roll up off the ropes, knocking Snow off the apron, into a bridge; during the bout, Chris Benoit, Perry Saturn, and Dean Malenko were shown watching the match backstage
Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn defeated the Godfather & D-Lo Brown at 3:39 when Saturn, the illegal man, pinned D-Lo with an elbow drop off the top
Edge, Christian, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Dudley Boyz & WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg at 8:18 when Jeff pinned Gunn with the Swanton after Gunn sustained a chairshot to the head from Bubba Ray as tensions flared between all four teams
The Acolytes & Mark Henry defeated Crash & Hardcore Holly & Viscera at 3:17 when Farooq pinned Crash with one hand following a spike powerbomb; after the match, Mae Young came out and began stomping Crash until Hardcore knocked her down and Viscera followed with a splash; moments later, Mae was taken backstage on a stretcher and transported to a medical facility
Chris Benoit pinned Test at 2:28 with a back suplex and the diving headbutt after Eddie Guerrero came ringside and hit Test from behind with a wrench; during the bout, Dean Malenko and Perry Saturn were shown watching the match backstage
Rikishi pinned Eddie Guerrero at the 22-second mark with the Bonzai Drop in a No DQ match after hitting Guerrero over the head with Rikishi's own crutches; after the bout, Too Cool came out to help Rikishi clear the ring of Perry Saturn, Chris Benoit, and Dean Malenko, with Rikishi eventually hitting the Rikishi Driver on Saturn; Guerrero wore a sling on his arm after injuring it several weeks prior and Rikishi came out to the ring on crutches after the Radicalz assaulted him on Smackdown!; after clearing the ring, Rikishi & Too Cool danced in the ring
Tazz defeated the Big Bossman via disqualification at 1:26 when Bossman grabbed his nightstick and used it to beat Tazz off him as the Tazzmission was applied; after the bout, Albert came out to help in double teaming Tazz, eventually hitting a fireman's carry into a swinging neckbreaker
WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon), the Big Show, & X-Pac (w/ Tori) defeated the Rock, Cactus Jack, & Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) at 10:54 when Triple H pinned Cactus after hitting him with a fire extinguisher inside the ring; after the bout, all six men brawled on the floor near the entrance ramp until Cactus chased Triple H and Stephanie onto the DX Express, with Cactus driving a steel rod through the windowsheild before the bus drove off

2/28/00; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
2/28/00 - included WWF World Champion Triple H, with Stephanie McMahon, cutting an in-ring promo on the previous night's Hell in a Cell match against Mick Foley in which he said he had more respect for Foley than anyone and played a tribute video to Foley's career; the video began with classic images of Mick but then cut to embarrassing clips in which Foley was beaten down to the tune of the DX theme; moments later, Shane McMahon & the Big Show interrupted, with Shane cutting a promo on Stephanie running Vince out of the WWF, then stating that the Big Show would be the future world champion; the Rock then came out onto the stage and said he would be the WWF Champion at WrestleMania despite what happened at No Way Out; Triple H then stated that since Rock was no longer the #1 contender, he would have to start off at the bottom of the roster and face the Brooklyn Brawler later in the show; featured a backstage segment in which Billy Gunn complained to DX about not being involved in the tag team title shot against the Dudley Boyz, despite the fact he had his arm in a sling; after telling Triple H off, Triple H, X-Pac, and the Road Dogg attacked Gunn and threw him out of the dressing room; included a musical tribute to the career of Mick Foley to the tune of Sarah McLachlan's "I Will Remember You":
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Acolytes at 3:57 when Matt pinned Bradshaw with a kick to the midsection and the Twist of Fate after Jeff made the blind tag
Rikishi defeated WWF IC & European Champion Kurt Angle via count-out at 1:39 when Angle left the ring after sustaining the Stinkface; prior to the bout, Angle made an open challenge in the ring for anyone to face him, which Rikishi accepted; immediately after the bout, Chris Jericho came out with Chyna and threw Angle back inside the ring where Rikishi hit the Rikishi Driver and Bonzai Drop; moments later, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, and Perry Saturn attacked Jericho, Rikishi, and Chyna, with Too Cool eventually coming out to make the save; moments later, Rikishi, Too Cool, Jericho, and Chyna danced in the ring; only the Euro title was on the line
Edge & Christian (w/ Terri) defeated Al Snow & Steve Blackman at 3:23 when Edge pinned Blackman with the spear after Christian hit a missile dropkick while Blackman was distracted by Terri wearing the Head Cheese hat on the floor; prior to the bout, Terri came down to be in Edge & Christian's corner and do guest commentary; during their entrance, Al Snow debuted Steve Blackman's entrance music, which was put together to better portray his personality
The Rock pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the Rock Bottom at the 31-second mark after an Irish whip; after the bout, the Rock grabbed a microphone and called Triple H out; Shane & Stephanie McMahon, Triple H, and the Big Show then came out, with Stephanie saying Rock could get a WrestleMania world title shot if he could pin either Triple H or Show in a handicap match later in the night
Chris Jericho (w/ Chyna) pinned Perry Saturn (w/ Dean Malenko) with the Lionsault at 3:03 after Chyna interfered behind the referee's back and hit a low blow on Saturn (Saturn and Malenko's MSG debut)
Mark Henry (w/ Mae Young) fought WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly to a no contest at around the 1:50 mark after Mae hit a splash on Crash inside the ring and doubled over in pain; moments later, EMTs came to the ring along with Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco, and the Fabulous Moolah and helped Mae onto a stretcher and to the back; later in the show, Mae gave birth to her baby, which turned out to be a hand
Tazz defeated Chris Benoit via disqualification at 2:03 when the Big Bossman and Albert attacked Tazz as Benoit was caught in the Tazzmission; Eddie Guerrero was in Benoit's corner at the beginning of the match but was ejected by the referee mid-way through the bout; after the match, Tazz was double teamed by Bossman and Albert, eventually sustaining the Baldo Bomb and then a torture rack into a neckbreaker from Albert; moments later, Bossman cut a promo on the microphone as officials came in the ring to check on Tazz (Benoit and Guerrero's MSG debut)
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz fought X-Pac & the Road Dogg (w/ Tori) to a no contest at around 4:30 when Kane and Paul Bearer came to the ring, with Kane hitting the chokeslam on Road Dogg, D-Von, and Bubba Ray as a sign to what he planned to do to X-Pac
The Rock defeated WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) & the Big Show (w/ Shane McMahon) in a handicap match via disqualification at 6:53 when Shane broke Rock's cover on Triple H after hitting the People's Elbow; after the bout, Rock sustained a low blow from Shane, was beaten down by Triple H, and took a chokeslam from Big Show; pre-match stipulations stated that had Rock earned the pinfall, he would have received a world title match at WrestleMania

3/6/00; Springfield, MA
3/6/00 - featured an opening in-ring promo by Shane McMahon & the Big Show regarding the clash between Show and WWF World Champion Triple H the previous week on Smackdown!, during which Show hit Triple H with a steel chair and Triple H then shoved Shane to the mat; Shane then called Stephanie McMahon a slut, said Show would win the title from Triple H at WrestleMania, and ordered Triple H to face Rikishi in a non-title match later in the show; moments later, Triple H & Stephanie appeared, with Triple H saying Show wasn't in his league and Stephanie ordering Show to face Kane in the opening bout before slapping Shane for his previous comments; included footage from earlier in the day of the Mean Street Posse bringing room service to WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly's hotel room, then attacking Crash and trying to pin him until Crash eventually ran off; featured a backstage segment in which Mark Henry and Mae Young argued over whether Mae would be in Mark's corner against the Dudleys later in the show; included an APA vignette parodying the Royale with Cheese scene from 'Pulp Fiction;' featured Shane & Show coming into Stephanie & Triple H's dressing room, with Shane proposing the Rock face Chris Benoit later in the night in a steel cage match; included Michael Cole conducting a backstage interview with the Rock regarding his match against Benoit later in the show; featured a backstage segment in which Mark Henry, returning from the hospital, attacked the Dudleyz in their dressing room but was eventually double teamed:
The Big Show (w/ Shane McMahon) defeated Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 3:31 when the Rock ran in the ring and dropped Show with the Rock Bottom; after the bout, Kane hit the chokeslam on Show
Mark Henry (w/ Mae Young) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion D-Von Dudley (w/ Bubba Ray Dudley) with a powerslam at 1:15; after the match, the Dudleyz dropped Henry with the 3D and Bubba dropped Mae with a top rope powerbomb through a table set up in the ring
X-Pac & the Road Dogg (w/ Tori) defeated Too Cool via disqualification at 4:20 when Kane, with Paul Bearer, appeared and laid out both members of DX
Chris Jericho defeated WWF IC & European Champion Kurt Angle via disqualification at 4:09 when Bob Backlund came through the crowd and applied the Crossface Chicken Wing on Jericho as Angle was caught in the Walls of Jericho; after the bout, Backlund kept the hold applied until referees and officials pulled him away; moments later, Angle held up Backlund's hand in victory and the two left ringside together; only the IC title was on the line in the match
Rikishi defeated WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) via disqualification at 5:07 when Stephanie slid a steel chair in the ring and distracted referee Earl Hebner as Rikishi attempted the Bonzai Drop, with the champion then hitting Rikishi in the back with the chair; during the bout, Shane McMahon & the Big Show were shown watching backstage; after the match, the Rock ran in the ring and dropped the champion with the Rock Bottom and left ringside as Rikishi hit the Bonzai Drop on Triple H; moments later, Too Cool and Rikishi danced in the ring
Steve Blackman (w/ Al Snow) pinned Matt Hardy (w/ Jeff Hardy) with a kick to the chest off the top at 4:43 after shoving Matt off the top; prior to the bout, Snow told a stage hand backstage to arrange for Blackman to come out with midgets and platters of cheese but Blackman went to the stage hand without Snow knowing and threatened he would beat the guy up if that happened; during the ring introductions, Lillian Garcia announced Jeff would be wrestling the bout, when it was actually Matt
Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn (w/ Eddie Guerrero) defeated Edge & Christian (w/ Terri) 5:13 when Saturn pinned Christian following a modified Total Elimination as Terri, who did guest commentary for the bout, distracted Edge on the floor
WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly pinned Viscera backstage at 2:51 after Farooq smashed his chair over Viscera backstage after the fight interrupted the Acolytes' poker game
The Rock defeated Chris Benoit in a steel cage match at 10:52 by escaping over the top after fighting off WWF World Champion Triple H, who climbed up to meet Rock at the top of the cage, and knocking Triple H onto the Big Show outside the ring; prior to the bout, Benoit was escorted out by Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, & Eddie Guerrero but he told them to go backstage; early in the bout, Show & Shane came ringside, with Triple H & Stephanie appearing moments later; after the match, Triple H accidentally hit Show with a chair while double teaming the Rock in the cage, with Rock then chasing Shane out of the cage before leaving ringside

3/13/00; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
3/13/00 - included an in-ring promo by WWF World Champion Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, the Big Show, and Shane McMahon in which Stephanie introduced the Rock's opponents for WrestleMania, two midgets that went by the name of the Twin Towers; the four then discussed what the stipulation should be, with Triple H finally suggesting it be a Midget on a Pole match before the Rock interrupted; Rock then challenged the Big Show to a one-on-one bout with the stipulations being that if Rock won he would get a world title shot at WrestleMania and if Rock lost he would quit the WWF; Rock then stated that there would be no interference from Triple H, Shane, and Stephanie and, if there was, Rock would win the match and get the title shot by default; Triple H then accepted the challenge; Jayson Williams from the New Jersey Nets was in attendance; featured footage from earlier in the day of the Mean Street Posse, Albert, and WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly fighting at the Newark Airport in which Pete Gas pinned Crash to win the title after hitting him with a piece of luggage; moments later, Crash pinned Pete and regained the title after hitting him with the weight scale, then ran out of the luggage area (WWF Hardcore):
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Al Snow & Steve Blackman when Matt pinned Blackman with an inside cradle at 3:20 immediately after Matt missed a top rope standing moonsault
Mark Henry fought WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz to a no contest in a handicap match at around the 4-minute mark when, after hitting the 3D on Henry, the Dudleyz pushed the wheelchair-bound Mae Young to the top of the stage where Bubba Ray then hit a sit-down powerbomb from the stage through a table on the floor; earlier in the bout, Bubba Ray went backstage and found Mae in the dressing room, then brought her ringside; after the bout, Mae was attended to by Henry and EMTs, with her eventually being taken away in an ambulance; later in the broadcast, the Fabulous Moolah - who was supposed to be watching Mae in the dressing room - called Mae a bitch and said Mae had been trying to steal her spotlight
WWF European & IC Champion Kurt Angle defeated Chris Jericho and Tazz in a No DQ match at 3:14 by pinning Jericho after hitting him in the face with the Euro title belt immediately after Jericho hit a springboard dropkick to send Tazz to the floor; as Tazz made his way to the ring, Tazz demanded the No DQ stipulation; moments prior to the finish, Chyna came to the ring to counter the interference of Bob Backlund; only the European title was on the line
WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon), the Road Dogg, & X-Pac (w/ Tori) defeated Rikishi & Too Cool when Triple H pinned Rikishi at 5:03 after X-Pac hit Rikishi in the face with the timekeeper's bell as Rikishi attempted the Bonzai Drop
Kane pinned the Big Bossman with the chokeslam at 3:13 after avoiding being hit by Bossman's nightstick
Dean Malenko (w/ Eddie Guerrero) pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Essa Rios (w/ Lita) to win the title at 4:15 by blocking a victory roll moments after Guerrero caught Lita coming off the apron with a hurricanrana and hit a powerbomb to the floor
The Acolytes (w/ Mideon) defeated Edge & Christian at 3:06 when Bradshaw pinned Edge with the Clothesline from Hell immediately after Edge hit the spear on an interfering Mideon; Terri, who came ringside before the bout began, distracted Christian during the cover so that he could not make the save; after the bout, Edge & Christian double clotheslined Mideon out of the ring
Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn defeated Test & Val Venis at 4:25 when Benoit pinned Test with a German suplex into a bridge after Eddie Guerrero, who was on the ring apron, hit Test in the face; Guerrero came ringside mid-way through the bout
The Rock pinned the Big Show with the Rock Bottom at 9:16, moments after Vince McMahon arrived to the arena, knocked down Triple H backstage, then came to the ring, hit guest referee Shane McMahon over the head with a steel chair, and put on Shane's referee shirt to declare himself the new referee; prior to the bout, Shane McMahon came ringside and told referee Earl Hebner to leave the ring as he was the guest referee for the bout; due to prematch stipulations, Rock earned a world title shot for WrestleMania; had Rock not won, he would have had to quit the WWF

3/20/00; Chicago, IL; AllState Arena
3/20/00:
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated X-Pac & the Road Dogg (w/ Tori) after Jeff hit the Swanton on Road Dogg moments after Kane scared X-Pac from ringside; due to prematch stipulations, the Hardyz earned a spot in the battle royal later in the night that would deterine the #1 contendes to the tag team titles
The Godfather fought the Big Bossman (w/ Bull Buchanon) to a no contest when Bossman and Bull double teamed Godfather before the bout began
Too Cool defeated Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko (w/ Eddie Guerrero) after Grandmaster Sexay kicked Malenko as Malenko had the Texas Cloverleaf applied on Scotty 2 Hotty; due to prematch stipulations, Too Cool earned a spot in the battle royal later in the night that would deterine the #1 contendes to the tag team titles
Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated Rikishi via disqualification when the Road Dogg & X-Pac attacked Kane; Rikishi attempted to make the save but was also beaten down
Chris Jericho pinned Chris Benoit with the Lionsault; after the bout, Kurt Angle and Bob Backlund attacked both participants
Al Snow & Steve Blackman defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly & Hardcore Holly following the double team Snow legdrop off the top on Hardcore after Tazz fought Crash backstage in an attempt to win the Hardcore title; due to prematch stipulations, Snow & Blackman earned a spot in the battle royal later in the night that would deterine the #1 contendes to the tag team titles
Edge & Christian defeated the Acolytes when Edge pinned Farooq after Mideon's interference backfired; due to prematch stipulations, Edge & Christian earned a spot in the battle royal later in the night that would deterine the #1 contendes to the tag team titles
Test (w/ Trish Stratus) pinned Val Venis with a roll up and holding the tights for leverage; after the bout, Albert came ringside and helped in double teaming Val; after the bout, Trish announced the formation of T&A
Matt & Jeff Hardy fought Edge & Christian to a no contest in a 4-team #1 contenders tag team battle royal when the Dudley Boyz, who were doing guest commentary, attacked both teams; eliminations included: Too Cool were eliminated by the Hardyz and Snow & Blackman were eliminated by the Hardyz; after the bout, the Dudleyz hit the 3D on Edge and Matt Hardy and powerbombed Jeff off the top onto Christian set up on a table
WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) defeated the Rock (w/ Vince McMahon) and the Big Show (w/ Shane McMahon) by pinning Show with the Pedigree; after the bout, Linda McMahon announced that the main event at WrestleMania 2000 would be a four-way match involving Mick Foley; as the show came to a close, Foley attacked Triple H as the Rock chased Shane McMahon through the crowd

3/27/00; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
3/27/00 - included Linda McMahon coming out to begin the show, where she asked that Stephanie come out and apologize to her, the rest of the McMahon family, and the fans for slapping Linda on Smackdown!; moments later, Vince McMahon came out and said that, out of the welfare of his wife, he didn't agree with Linda's decision to be in and around the ring but would respect it; Vince then demanded that Stephanie come out alone and apologize; Stephanie came out onto the stage moments later, where she apologized for slapping her mother but said she should have slapped her father instead; as Vince went to leave the ring and spank Stephanie, Triple H came out; after Vince and Triple H shared words, Shane McMahon came out and berated Stephanie for her actions on Smackdown!, praised Linda, and then hit Vince in the back of the head with the microphone; moments later, Triple H attacked Vince as Stephanie held Linda back; Mick Foley came out to make the save and was soon followed by the Big Show, with Show sending Foley to the floor with a clothesline; Triple H then set Vince up for the Pedigree but the Rock came out and fought off both Triple H and Show but eventually fell victim to Show's chokeslam; seconds later, Triple H hit the Pedigree on Foley and hit Vince in the head with the world title belt; Charles Barkley was in attendance for the event; during the telecast, a handicap match was made pitting the Rock against the Big Show & Shane McMahon but was later changed to a tag team match with Vince as Rock's partner; included a G-TV segment in which the Kat confronted Terri and the Fabulous Moolah in the dressing room, with Moolah ripping Kat's shirt off before Mae Young showed up; featured a clip of Method Man's "Know Your Role" music video:
Chris Benoit & Eddie Guerrero defeated Chris Jericho & Chyna at 1:55 when Benoit pinned Jericho after Guerrero tripped Jericho as he attempted the Lionsault; after the bout, Jericho and Benoit fought their way into the crowd while Chyna stalked Guerrero around ringside; moments later, Dean Malenko and Perry Saturn came out and helped in triple teaming Chyna until Too Cool made the save and cleared the ring
WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly fought Hardcore Holly to a no contest at the 2-minute mark when, after Tazz, the Mean Street Posse, the Headbangers, Taka Michinoku, Sho Funaki, and Viscera involved themselves in the match, Crash was chased out of the arena where he eventually snuck back in and locked all the other wrestlers outside (WWF Hardcore)
Rikishi defeated the Road Dogg via count-out at 1:01 when Road Dogg left ringside after sustaining the Stinkface; after the bout, Too Cool came out, with all three men then dancing in the ring
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 5:45 when Saturn pinned Jeff with a double underhook suplex after Christian pulled Saturn out of the way of Jeff's Swanton and Edge hit the spear on Jeff; Edge & Christian did guest commentary for the bout
Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated WWF European & IC Champion Kurt Angle via disqualification in a non-title match at 3:39 when Angle hit Kane in the face with the IC title belt after landing a low blow behind the referee's back; after the bout, Kane dragged Angle back inside the ring and hit the chokeslam and tombstone
Test (w/ Trish Stratus & Albert) pinned Al Snow (w/ Steve Blackman) at the 38-second mark with a boot to the face after Blackman attempted to throw Head into the ring but overshot the throw
The Acolytes fought the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon to a no contest at around the 1:30 mark when the Godfather & D-Lo Brown came ringside, paid off the Acolytes, and cleared the ring of Bossman & Buchanon
X-Pac (w/ Tori & the Road Dogg) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion D-Von Dudley (w/ WWF Tag Team Champion Bubba Ray Dudley) at 2:24 with the X-Factor after Road Dogg dropped D-Von throat first across the top rope; after the bout, Bubba Ray and Road Dogg fought in the ring until Kane came out, with the Dudleyz hitting the 3D on him; moments later, Kane sat up and attempted a chokeslam on Tori only to sustain a low blow from X-Pac; moments later, X-Pac & Road Dogg threw Kane over the top rope and through a table that the Dudleyz had set up on the floor earlier in the match
The Rock & Vince McMahon defeated the Big Show & Shane McMahon at 11:10 when Rock pinned Shane with the Rock Bottom, moments after Vince knocked guest referee Triple H out of the ring and the second guest referee Mick Foley sent Show out of the ring

4/3/00; Los Angeles, CA; Staples Center
4/3/00:
Eddie Guerrero pinned WWF European Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Chyna) to win the title after Chyna interfered and gave the champion a DDT
X-Pac & the Road Dogg (w/ Tori) defeated Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) when X-Pac pinned Albert with the X-Factor after a low blow by the Road Dogg
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit pinned Tazz with a German suplex into a bridge after the challenger fought off Perry Saturn
The Big Show defeated Rikishi (w/ Too Cool) via disqualification when Too Cool interfered
Crash Holly pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly to win the title after the challenger paid off the Acolytes to interfere and they hit a double spinebuster on Hardcore; after the match, Crash escaped the challenge of the Mean Street Posse by running away
Kurt Angle defeated Val Venis via submission to the Crossface Chicken Wing
Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bull Buchanon (w/ the Big Bossman) with the chokeslam
The Rock defeated Shane McMahon (w/ Vince McMahon) by pinning an interfering Triple H with the Rock Bottom

4/10/00; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; National Car Rental Center
4/10/00:
WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated X-Pac & the Road Dogg (w/ Tori) at 3:08 when Edge pinned X-Pac with the spear; the challengers originally won the match and the titles after hitting Christian with the ring bell but Earl Hebner nullified the desicion and ordered that the match continue
Kurt Angle pinned the Godfather with the Olympic Slam at 2:03
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn defeated Tazz, Rikishi, & Scotty 2 Hotty when Malenko pinned Scotty at 3:52
WWF World Champion Triple H pinned Taka Michinoku (w/ Sho Funaki & the Acolytes) following the Pedigree at 5:53 after the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon attacked the Acolytes
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) at 3:08 following the Twist of Fate and Swanton on Albert; the Dudleyz came to the ring afterwards, with Bubba Ray being distracted by Trish and put through a table
Val Venis defeated the Big Show via disqualification at 2:29 when Show began choking Val with his Val Venis wig
WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) pinned Chris Jericho at 5:19 after Chyna interfered and hit a low blow and a DDT
The Rock defeated Bull Buchanon & the Big Bossman in a handicap steel cage match at 7:11 by pinning Bull with the Rock Bottom; the Acolytes made the save for Rock against the McMahons, Triple H, Bossman, and Bull after the match; due to prematch stipulations, Rock earned a world title shot at Backlash

4/17/00; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
4/17/00 - included Eddie Guerrero studying backstage in preperation for the GED; featured footage of Kurt Angle on the campus of Penn State University promoting abstinence; at one point, his demonstration was interrupted by the Big Show who handed out free condoms to students; included an in-ring announcement by Linda McMahon in which she said that someone should be in the Rock's corner at Backlash to make sure the odds are even and that person would be Stone Cold Steve Austin; moments later, Triple H, Stephanie & Shane McMahon came to the ring to confront Linda, with Linda blocking a slap from Stephanie and slapping Stephanie to the mat; while Linda apologized, Triple H set her up for the Pedigree only for Shane to knock Triple H to the mat; as Shane and Triple H were about to go at it, the Rock came out on the stage and said that he would be the WWF Champion at Backlash; Washington Redskins 1st Round Draft Pick Lavar Arrington was in attendance for the show:
Chris Jericho pinned WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon) with a spin kick and the Lionsault at 8:38; prior to the bout, Jericho challenged Triple H to put the title on the line, as the match was originally a non-title contest, and then brought out the Acolytes to be in his corner; late in the bout, Shane McMahon, who was at ringside, crotched Jericho on the top rope after referee Mike Chioda had been knocked out, with the APA then chasing Shane to the back; Earl Hebner came down moments later to take over the officiating; after the commercial break, Chioda and Hebner were dragged back to the ring where Chioda was pressured into saying Hebner gave a fast count; Triple H then threatened Hebner to reverse the decision or else, with Hebner then saying he would only reverse the decision if Triple H and the McMahons agreed to never lay their hands on him again, as long as he was a WWF official; Triple H agreed, Jericho came out onto the stage, and reluctantly relinquished the title belt; Hebner returned to the ring, strapped it around Triple H's waist, and was then publicly fired and beaten down by Triple H and Shane, eventually sustaining the Pedigree before numerous officials swarmed the ring
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Essa Rios (w/ Lita) & WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) at 4:43 when Matt pinned Guerrero with the Twist of Fate after Lita accidentally hit a moonsault onto a standing Guerrero; after the bout, Chyna hit a powerbomb on Essa while Guerrero stomped him
WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly defeated Perry Saturn and ECW World Champion Tazz at 3:25 by pinning Saturn after dropkicking an interfering Hardcore Holly in the face seconds after Hardcore hit the Hollycaust on Saturn; after the bout, Lilian Garcia mistakenly announced Crash as the WWF Champion (Tazz' first appearance on WWF TV as ECW Champion)
Al Snow & Steve Blackman defeated the Dudley Boyz at 1:32 when Snow pinned D-Von after Test hit the flying elbow onto D-Von as Trish Stratus and Albert distracted the referee, moments after the Dudleyz hit the 3D on Snow; after the bout, Bubba Ray grabbed Trish by the hair but Trish kissed Bubba on the lips to distract him long enough so she could escape being put through a table
Scotty 2 Hotty pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko to win the title at 4:42 with a cradle immediately after Malenko hit a superplex on the challenger
The Big Show defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit via disqualification at 2:18 when Benoit kicked Show in the groin to escape the chokeslam; after the bout, Kurt Angle ran to the ring and repeatedly stomped and elbowed Show in the groin
WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon via disqualification at 4:41 when, as the challengers were double teaming in the ring, Bossman shoved referee Teddy Long; after the bout, Kane came out, knocked Bossman from the ring, and hit a chokeslam on Buchanon; after the commercial break, Edge & Christian were jumped backstage and knocked out by X-Pac & the Road Dogg
WWF World Champion Triple H, the Road Dogg, & X-Pac (w/ Shane McMahon, WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon, & Tori) defeated Chris Jericho & the Acolytes at 7:37 with a kick to the midsection and the Pedigree after Jericho hit the corner; late in the bout, the Acolytes battled with Road Dogg & X-Pac up the ramp, where Edge & Christian came down to help gang up on the DX members; moments later, the Acolytes returned ringside but were jumped from behind by the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon

4/24/00; Raleigh, NC; Entertainment & Sports Arena
4/24/00:
Rikishi defeated Kurt Angle via disqualification at 1:23 when Angle pushed the referee to avoid the Stinkface; after the match, the Big Show assisted Rikishi in using the Stinkface on Angle
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit pinned the Road Dogg (w/ Tori) at 3:13 with the flying headbutt after Edge and Christian interfered, with Edge hitting the spear on the challenger; after the match, Christian hit an inverted DDT on Tori
Hardcore Holly & WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 2:38 when Hardcore pinned Jeff with an inside cradle after Crash hit Jeff with a cookie sheet prior to the Swanton
Matt Hardy pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly after a Swanton from Jeff after outside interference from Perry Saturn, Jeff Hardy, and Tazz
The Big Show defeated the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon via disqualification at 1:22 in a handicap match after Kurt Angle interfered; after the match, the Acolytes attacked Bossman and Buchanon
D-Lo Brown & Steve Blackman defeated the Godfather & Al Snow at 2:32 when D-Lo pinned Snow with the Lo Down
Val Venis pinned WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) in a non-title match at 3:41 with the Money Shot as Essa Rios and Lita attacked Chyna on the floor
WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz at 4:36 after Edge hit the spear on D-Von as Bubba Ray was distracted by Trish Stratus on the apron
WWF World Champion Triple H & WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit defeated the Rock & Chris Jericho at 7:23 when Triple H pinned the Rock with the Pedigree, following a low blow by Vince McMahon; Shane McMahon was the special referee for the bout

5/1/00; Baltimore, MD; Arena
5/1/00:
Test & Albert defeated the Dudley Boyz at 4:49 when Test pinned D-Von after Edge & Christian interfered
WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly fought a parking attendant to a no contest when the champion ran away
Too Cool defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 4:50 when Grandmaster Sexay pinned Matt with the superkick
The Kat & Jackie defeated Terri Runnels & Ivory at 4:04 when Kat pinned Terri after Jackie interfered behind the referee's back
Chris Jericho defeated X-Pac (w/ Tori) via disqualification at 3:44 when X-Pac shoved the referee; Jericho fended off the Road Dogg after the match while referee Earl Hebner had to be restrained by other officials
Rikishi & the Big Show defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian via disqualification at 1:46 when Edge hit Show with the ring bell as Christian was set up for the chokeslam
WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) pinned Essa Rios (w/ Lita) at 2:04 with an airplane spin backbreaker
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit pinned Tazz at 1:22 with a fisherman's suplex after Perry Saturn distracted the challenger; Hardcore Holly took out all three men after the match
WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly fought Steve Blackman to a no contest at 2:50 when the champion ran away
WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Shane McMahon in a steel cage match at 9:14 by escaping over the top after Earl Hebner interfered on behalf of the champion following interference from Triple H, Gerald Brisco, Pat Patterson, and Vince McMahon

5/8/00; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
5/8/00:
WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated the Acolytes via disqualification at 3:33 when Bradshaw hit Edge with the ring bell; the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon attacked the Acolytes after the match
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho defeated Kurt Angle via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 5:35
WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) pinned the Godfather with a missile dropkick at 2:26 after D-Lo Brown interfered
The Dudley Boyz defeated Test, Albert, & Gerald Brisco in a handicap tables match at 4:37 following the 3D on Test through a table; after the match, X-Pac, Road Dogg, and Tori attacked the Dudleyz, with Brisco putting Bubba Ray through a table
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho defeated the Big Show (w/ Shane McMahon) via count-out at 3:19 when Show chased Shane backstage after finding out Shane was trying to brainwash him
Too Cool defeated the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon at 4:01 following Grandmaster Sexay's Hip Hop Drop on Bossman behind the referee's back; the Acolytes made the save for Too Cool after the match
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko at 3:25 following the Swanton on Malenko after Saturn accidentally hit his partner; after the match, Saturn and Malenko began brawling - despite Eddie Guerrero and Chyna trying to break it up
Rikishi defeated Pat Patterson via disqualification at 1:43 when X-Pac & the Road Dogg interfered and used a chair; Too Cool made the save after the match
Chris Benoit defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho with the Crippler Crossface to win the title at 7:08 when the special troubleshooting referee - Triple H - stopped the match even though Jericho never tapped out; Too Cool, Rikishi, the Dudleyz, and the Big Show fended off DX and saved Jericho after the match

5/15/00; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
5/15/00:
The Dudley Boyz defeated Al Snow & Steve Blackman at 3:08 after hitting the 3D on Snow; after the match, X-Pac, Road Dogg, and Tori interfered - with Tori putting Bubba through a table
Rikishi defeated Kurt Angle via disqualification at 1:04 when Edge, Christian, and Pat Patterson interfered; Too Cool made the save after the match
One of the Godfather's Hos pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly at 2:35 when D-Lo Brown interfered in Holly's title defense against the Godfather and hit the Sky High
Crash Holly pinned WWF Hardcore Champion the Godfather's Ho with a roll up to win the title
Hardcore Holly pinned Chris Jericho at 4:30 in a hardcore match with a chair shot after Chris Benoit interfered and put Jericho in a dragon sleeper
The Big Show defeated Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus & Pat Patterson) via disqualification in a handicap match at 3:34 when Shane McMahon hit Show with a chair
Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn defeated WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero & Chyna at 5:07 after Chyna accidentally low blowed Guerrero, with Saturn getting the pin
WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated the Acolytes and Matt & Jeff Hardy at 2:25 after Christian hit the reverse DDT on Matt
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit defeated WWF World Champion the Rock in a non-title submission match at 6:49 when Vince McMahon had the match stopped as Benoit had Rock in the Crippler Crossface, following outside distractions from Triple H and Stephanie McMahon; Chris Jericho and the Dudley Boyz helped fend off DX after the match

5/22/00; Indianapolis, IN; Conseco Fieldhouse
5/22/00:
Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 3:56 after Test hit the flying elbow behind the referee's back
WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) pinned D-Lo Brown at 2:26 with a Frankensteiner after the Godfather interfered; the Godfather attacked D-Lo after the match
Kurt Angle, WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated Too Cool & Rikishi at 2:50 when Angle pinned Scotty 2 Hotty with a half-nelson pin combo after Edge hit Scotty with one of the tag belts
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit defeated Val Venis via disqualification at 6:43 when Hardcore Holly interfered and hit Benoit with a chair before doing the same to Venis; Chris Jericho attacked Holly after the match
The Dudley Boyz defeated the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon at 5:07 following the 3D on Bossman
Bradshaw pinned Crash Holly at 2:01 with the Clothesline from Hell in a hardcore match
Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko defeated Essa Rios (w/ Lita) & the Godfather at 1:33 after Saturn hit a brainbuster on Rios following Lita knocking Rios off the top rope
The Rock defeated Shane McMahon

5/29/00; Vancouver, British Columbia; General Motors Place
5/29/00 - featured the Undertaker coming out to open the show but, before he was able to say a word, WWF World Champion Triple H, WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon, WWF Hardcore Champion Gerald Brisco, Pat Patterson, X-Pac, Tori, the Road Dogg, Vince & Shane McMahon came out, with Triple H formally welcoming Taker back to the WWF and thanking him for putting the world title back around his waist at Judgment Day; after Taker and Triple H had words and Triple H prepared to enter the ring, the Rock came out on the stage and cut a promo on the McMahons and DX; moments later, Vince announced that Taker and the Rock would face each other later in the show; included Edge & Christian meeting Joe C backstage in which they had their picture taken with him, believing he was actually Mini Me from "Austin Powers"; after finding him later in the show, they apologized for not knowing who he was and wanted to make it up to him by doing a 5-second pose in his honor but wanted to know if he was a midget, a dwarf, a knome, or an Ewok; Joe C then told them to go (bleep) themselves and walked off; Vince McMahon, the Road Dogg, and Pat Patterson were all attacked backstage by an unknown assailant during the show; featured Chris Jericho introducing Kid Rock who, alongside Joe C and Uncle Cracker, performed "Cowboy" and "American Badass" live on the stage; during the performance, the censors were late in bleeping at least one obsenity; after the commercial break, Edge & Christian grabbed Joe C backstage and stuffed him in a trashcan, then repeatedly hit the can with a steel chair before throwing it into the wall:
D-Lo Brown, Perry Saturn, & Terri defeated the Godfather, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko, & the Kat at 3:32 when Saturn pinned Malenko with the flying elbowsmash after D-Lo hit the Sky High on Malenko
WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) pinned Kurt Angle at 3:27 with a hurricanrana off the top after Chyna interfered and hit a low blow on Angle from behind, knocking him off the top; Angle's foot was underneath the bottom rope during the cover but the referee didn't notice
Too Cool defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian to win the titles at 3:32 when Grandmaster Sexay pinned Christian following a belt shot to the face after Joe C interfered behind the referee's back and used a hockey stick to land a low blow on Christian; Joe C and Rikishi came ringside late in the contest; prior to the bout, the champions did a 5-second pose to honor overrated midget rappers, a reference to Joe C, in which they got down on their knees and put on urban hats; after the bout, the new champions, Rikishi, and Joe C danced in the ring
KOTR Qualifying Match: Rikishi defeated Shane McMahon via disqualification at 2:34 when Shane hit his opponent over the head with a steel chair as Rikishi attempted to Stinkface an interfering Triple H; Triple H came ringside early in the bout to be in Shane's corner; after the bout, Shane hit Rikishi a second time before Triple H hit the Pedigree onto the chair and gave Shane a 3-count after he covered Rikishi
Test, Albert, & Val Venis (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated Chris Jericho, Matt & Jeff Hardy at 3:25 when Test pinned Matt after Albert, the illegal man, hit the Baldo Bomb on Matt behind the referee's back
Hardcore Holly defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit via disqualification at 4:16 when Chris Jericho interfered, as Holly attempted to use a steel chair, grabbed the chair away, and hit it over Holly's head; after the bout, Benoit hit Holly over the head with the chair before all three men chased each other backstage
KOTR Qualifying Match: Bull Buchanon (w/ the Big Bossman) pinned Steve Blackman (w/ Al Snow) with the scissors kick at 3:22 after Blackman missed a diving headbutt; after the bout, Snow & Blackman were assaulted and beaten down by Bossman's nightstick until Blackman stole the weapon away and, with Snow, cleared the ring
The Rock fought the Undertaker to a no contest in a lumberjack match at around the 30-second mark when both men began fighting the lumberjacks; in the brawl that ensued, the lumberjacks ganged up on both men inside the ring and beat them down, with both men sustaining world title belt shots to the head until Kane made a surprise appearance and laid out several of the lumberjacks with chokeslams, including Triple H; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon came out on the stage and accused one of the two men as being the unknown man who attacked Vince, Road Dogg, and Pat Patterson earlier in the show; the crowd repeatedly chanted "Austin" during the segment; since no one fessed up, Vince made the bout into a lumberjack match; lumberjacks for the bout included WWF world Champion Triple H, WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon, the Road Dogg, X-Pac, Tori, Test, Albert, Trish Stratus, Bull Buchanon, the Big Bossman, WWF Hardcore Champion Gerald Brisco, Pat Patterson, Vince & Shane McMahon; the show closed as Kane held the world title belt over his head while Triple H was knocked out underneath him

6/5/00; Rochester, NY
6/5/00:
Test, Albert, & Val Venis (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated Rikishi & WWF Tag Team Champions Too Cool at 4:46 when Venis pinned Scotty 2 Hotty after hitting him with one of the title belts; after the match, Rikishi hit the Stinkface on Trish
KOTR Qualifying Match: Chris Benoit pinned the Road Dogg (w/ X-Pac & Tori) at 1:43 with a German suplex into a bridge after the Dudleyz distracted Road Dogg; after the match, DX saved Tori from a powerbomb through a table on the floor
WWF Hardcore Champion Gerald Brisco pinned Crash Holly at 2:18 after interference from Pat Patterson
The Rock defeated the Undertaker and Kane in a triple threat match at 3:44 by pinning Kane with the Rock Bottom after Triple H interfered and hit both Taker and Kane with a chair; due to prematch stipulations, Rock became the #1 contender to the world title
Eddie Guerrero & Chyna defeated Dean Malenko & the Godfather at 2:54 when Eddie pinned Malenko with an inside cradle
KOTR Qualifying Match: Hardcore Holly pinned Farooq with the Hollycaust at 3:04
Kurt Angle, Edge, & Christian defeated Chris Jericho & the Dudley Boyz at 4:09 when Angle pinned Bubba Ray with the Olympic Slam; after the match, Jericho applied the Walls of Jericho on Angle before the Dudleyz put Angle through a table with the 3D
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon at 2:39 when Jeff pinned Bull with the Swanton; after the match, Bossman attacked Bull from behind with the nightstick
WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned the Rock at 9:31 after Kane and the Undertaker interfered, hitting chokeslams on both participants, after clearing all members of Corporation X from the ring

6/12/00; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Arena
6/12/00:
KOTR Qualifying match: X-Pac (w/ Tori & the Road Dogg) pinned Dean Malenko with the X-Factor after the Road Dogg interfered
WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon pinned Lita at 1:15 after Kurt Angle interfered and hit the Olympic Slam on the challenger
WWF Tag Team Champions Too Cool defeated T&A (w/ Trish Stratus) via disqualification at 2:31 when Val Venis interfered; Rikishi made the save after the match
Vince & Shane McMahon defeated the Dudley Boyz in a tables match at 5:39 after DX interfered
Crash Holly pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Gerald Brisco to win the title at 2:26 after Pat Patterson accidentally hit Brisco with a trash can
WWF World Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Chris Jericho (mystery opponent) after hitting him with Stephanie McMahon's women's title belt at 7:57
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit defeated Matt Hardy via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 6:05; after the match, Benoit applied the hold on Jeff Hardy as well
KOTR Qualifying match: Jeff Hardy (w/ Matt Hardy) pinned Christian (w/ Edge) at 1:57 with a cradle after Christian hit a superplex
The Rock fought Kane to a no contest at 4:21 in a No Holds Barred bout when both men teamed up to fight off DX and the McMahons; the Undertaker joined Rock and Kane in triple teaming Triple H

6/19/00; Nashville, TN; Gaylord Entertainment Center
6/19/00 - included Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco giving Vince McMahon a fax backstage that came from Linda; featured an in-ring segment with WWF World Champion Triple H, WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon, Vince & Shane McMahon, Pat Patterson, & Gerald Brisco in which Triple H criticized Patterson & Brisco for not getting one good picture of Kane with his mask off, then cut a promo on the 6-man tag team main event of King of the Ring, saying Rock, Kane, and Taker all want the #1 contender spot and thus had no chance of winning the match; moments later, Vince took the microphone and addressed Linda's fax, saying that she said that the world title should be at stake in the 6-man tag and not the #1 contendership; to prove to her that Vince did indeed have grapefruits, Vince agreed to the stipulation, despite the objections of Triple H, Stephanie, and Shane, but only if Kane, Taker, and Rock were successful in a series of handicap matches later in the night - Kane vs. the Hardy Boyz, Taker vs. Buchanon & Bossman, and Rock vs. T&A; Vince went on to state that there would be no interference in any of the matches; included several players from the NFL Tennessee Titans in attendance; featured comments from Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura, taped the previous Saturday at the WWF event in Minneapolis:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Kurt Angle pinned Bubba Ray Dudley at 4:42 with the Olympic Slam after avoiding the Bubba Cutter and sending Bubba into the ropes
KOTR Qualifying Match: WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit defeated X-Pac (w/ Tori) at 4:53 via submission with the Crippler Crossface after avoiding the X-Factor and throwing X-Pac into the air, moments after X-Pac became distracted by the Dudley Boyz at ringside; after the bout, the Dudleyz beat down X-Pac in the ring until the Road Dogg came out, with D-Von sustaining the pumphandle slam and Bubba Ray sustaining the X-Factor, with Tori landing several kicks before officials ordered them from the ring; after the commercial break, Vince McMahon accepted X-Pac & Road Dogg's request for a match with the Dudleyz, with Vince saying they would face them in a 3-on-2 handicap tables / dumpster bout at King of the Ring
KOTR Qualifying Match: WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned Chyna in a non-title match at 2:27 with an inside cradle as Eddie begged Chyna not to hit him in the groin; after the bout, Chyna stormed off, upset that Guerrero surprised her with the cover
KOTR Qualifying Match: Chris Jericho defeated Edge via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 5:30
The Undertaker defeated the Big Bossman & Bull Buchanon in a handicap match at 3:09 by pinning Buchanon with the chokeslam, moments after Bossman walked out of the match
KOTR Qualifying Match: Rikishi pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Scotty 2 Hotty with a back splash in the corner and the Bonzai Drop at 2:54; after the bout, Val Venis attacked Rikishi from behind and fought off Grandmaster Sexay before leaving ringside
Kane defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy in a handicap match at 6:20 by pinning Matt with the chokeslam, moments after Jeff failed a top rope move and accidentally hit his brother
KOTR Qualifying Match: WWF Hardcore Champion Crash Holly defeated Hardcore Holly via disqualification in a non-title match at 4:17 when, as Pat Patterson distracted Hardcore, Gerald Brisco entered the ring and hit Crash in the back with a 2x4; after the bout, Patterson again distracted Hardcore while Brisco slid back inside the ring, hit Crash a second time with the 2x4 and pinned him for the Hardcore title; after the commercial break, Patterson pinned Brisco for the title backstage by hitting him over the head with a bottle of champagne after pouring the drink over Brisco's head and blinding him (WWF Hardcore)
The Rock defeated Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) in a handicap match at 6:07 by pinning Test with the People's Elbow; since Taker, Kane, and Rock were successful in their handicap matches, the WWF World Title would be at stake in the 6-man tag team match at King of the Ring

6/26/00; Worcester, MA; Centrum
6/26/00:
WWF IC Champion Rikishi defeated Chris Benoit via disqualification at 2:25 when Tazz interfered and hit the champion with a chair
X-Pac (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Chris Jericho at 2:44 after the Road Dogg interfered
Val Venis (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) via disqualification at 2:55 when Chyna broke the cover after Trish interfered
Jerry Lawler (w/ the Kat) defeated WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko (w/ Terri) at 3:18 in a match where when a participant was thrown over the top, his valet would be forced to remove an article of clothing; Steven Richards stopped Terri from completely stripping after the match by covering her with a 'Censored' sign
The Acolytes won a tag team battle royal at 3:54 to become the #1 contenders to the tag team titles by eliminating Perry Saturn & D-Lo Brown; other participants included: the Dudley Boyz, Kaientai, Matt & Jeff Hardy, Too Cool, and T&A
The Undertaker & Kane defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian in a non-title match at 1:29 when Taker pinned Edge with a chokeslam
WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) and Kurt Angle in a non-title match at 8:54 by pinning Triple H with the Rock Bottom after Chris Jericho interfered and attacked Triple H; had either Triple H or Angle won the match, they would have become the #1 contender and earned a title shot on Smackdown!

7/3/00; Orlando, FL; TD Waterhouse Centre
7/3/00:
Chris Benoit defeated WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) via disqualification at 4:18 when Chyna slapped the challenger as he was about to hit Guerrero with the title belt; after the bout, Benoit knocked out Guerrero with the title belt and locked Chyna in the Crippler Crossface
WWF IC Champion Rikishi fought Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) to a double count-out at 4:31; after the bout, Chris Jericho came ringside and threw Triple H back into the ring where he recieved the Stinkface from Rikishi
Val Venis (w/ Trish Stratus) pinned Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) at 5:57 with the Money Shot after Tazz interfered
Chris Jericho & the Acolytes defeated X-Pac & the Road Dogg in a handicap match at 3:56 when Jericho pinned X-Pac with the Lionsault after Farooq hit the Dominator
The Undertaker & Kane defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian via disqualification at 2:23 when Kurt Angle interfered and hit Taker with his scepter; after the bout, Kane hit the chokeslam on Edge while Taker hit the powerbomb on Christian
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko pinned Crash Holly with a powerbomb at 2:03; after the bout, Jackie and Ivory attacked Malenko
The Dudley Boyz defeated Kurt Angle & the Brooklyn Brawler at 3:51 following the 3D on Brawler after Angle walked out of the match; after the bout, the Dudleyz put Brawler through a table
Test (w/ Trish Stratus) pinned the Godfather at 1:52 with the flying elbowdrop after Steven Richards distracted Godfather from ringside
WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Shane McMahon via disqualification at the 10-second mark when Chris Benoit hit the champion with a chair; after the bout, Benoit applied the Crippler Crossface on Rock while Shane continued to hit the champion's shoulder with a chair; eventually, Commissioner Mick Foley broke up the double teaming

7/10/00; San Jose, CA; Arena
7/10/00 - included an opening segment in which Chris Benoit and Shane McMahon challenged the Rock; after the Rock made an appearance and then left backstage, Benoit and Shane were jumped from behind by Eddie Guerrero and Chyna before they were able to escape ringside; featured Kurt Angle trying to reconcile things between he and the Undertaker by offering Taker a red, white, and blue motor scooter; moments later, after scaring Angle backstage, Taker threw the scooter off the stage; included Stephanie McMahon trying to set a trap for Chris Jericho by calling him out to the ring but Jericho saw through the trick, upsetting Triple H, X-Pac, and the Road Dogg who were laying in wait to attack:
Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated Too Cool and Matt & Jeff Hardy at 7:14 in an elimination match; Test pinned Jeff after Albert hit the Baldo Bomb behind the referee�s back; Test pinned Scotty 2 Hotty with the flying elbowdrop after Tazz interfered and applied the Tazzmission on Scotty
Chris Jericho pinned the Road Dogg at 5:15 with the Lionsault after Road Dogg failed a moonsault; pre-match stipulations stated that had Triple H or DX interfered in the bout, then Triple H would have lost his match with Jericho at Fully Loaded
Rikishi defeated Kane and WWF IC Champion Val Venis via disqualification at 5:42 when Venis hit Rikishi with the title belt; the IC title was on the line; after the bout, Kane hit the chokeslam on Venis (Val�s first match with the crewcut)
WWF Tag Team Champion Edge (w/ Christian) pinned Bradshaw (w/ Farooq) at 3:01 after hitting him with the time keeper�s bell
Trish Stratus fought Lita to a no contest in a streetfight at 1:34 when Steven Richards came out to cover up Trish after she was stripped down
Triple H fought X-Pac to a no contest at 3:59 when Chris Jericho came ringside to take advantage of the situation � not realizing it was a set up, with Road Dogg coming down moments later, a sledgehammer in hand; Triple H, X-Pac, and the Road Dogg then triple teamed Jericho, hitting the Pedigree, the X-Factor, and using the sledgehammer to force Jericho to bleed from the mouth
WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Chris Benoit (w/ Shane McMahon) via disqualification in a non-title match at 4:56; Benoit originally won the match after locking the Crippler Crossface on the champion and having Shane reveal that he was wearing a referee�s shirt and then calling for the bell even though there was no tap out; however, moments later, Earl Hebner � the official for the match � gave the match to the Rock via a disqualification for Shane�s interference; had Benoit won the match, he would have earned a world title shot at Fully Loaded

7/17/00; Albany, NY; Pepsi Arena
7/17/00:
The Dudley Boyz fought Matt & Jeff Hardy to a no contest at 3:17
X-Pac & the Road Dogg defeated Too Cool at 3:52
Chris Benoit, Edge & Christian defeated WWF World Champion the Rock & the Acolytes at 5:06
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko defeated Chyna via disqualification at 2:33
Rikishi pinned Test at 1:46
The Undertaker & Kane defeated Triple H & Kurt Angle at 5:13

7/24/00; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center
7/24/00 - included Chris Jericho cutting a promo on the previous night�s Last Man Standing match, with Triple H appearing on the Titantron to respond; moments later, Jericho went backstage to find Triple H - since Triple H refused to come to the ring - and the two battled in the locker room:
WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned the Road Dogg (w/ X-Pac) at 5:29 after kicking a chair into the challenger�s head; after the bout, X-Pac challenged Blackman to a match on Smackdown!
The Big Show & Lita defeated Shane & WWF Women�s Champion Stephanie McMahon via disqualification at the 55-second mark when Trish Stratus interfered and pushed Lita off the top; after the bout, Trish and Stephanie double teamed Lita with a leather strap; had Chris Benoit or Triple H interfered on behalf of the McMahons, all four would be fired by Commissioner Mick Foley
Bull Buchanon (w/ Steven Richards) pinned the Godfather at 4:40 with the legdrop off the top after Richards interfered and hit Godfather with a chair; due to pre-match stipulations, the Godfather was forced to give up pimping forever; had Godfather won the match, Richards would have been forced to stop censoring the WWF
The Undertaker fought Kurt Angle to a no contest at 1:47 when the Big Show chased Shane McMahon out of the crowd and into the ring; moments later, the Undertaker went to chokeslam Shane but let Show have him; Show then attacked Taker from behind and joined Angle and Shane in triple teaming him; moments later, during a backstage interview with the Undertaker, all three attacked him again, focusing on the knee
Tazz defeated Scotty 2 Hotty via submission with the Tazzmission at 2:08; after the bout, Rikishi came to the ring and attacked Tazz
WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz and Matt & Jeff Hardy at 4:13 when Christian scored the pin
Trish Stratus pinned Lita in a leather strap match at 1:38 after Stephanie McMahon interfered and hit Lita with the Women�s title belt (Lita: It Just Feels Right)
WWF World Champion the Rock & Kane fought Chris Benoit & Kurt Angle to a no contest at 8:45 when all four men fought up the rampway, with Shane McMahon and the Big Show coming out to gang up on Rock and Kane

7/31/00; Atlanta, GA; Georgia Dome
7/31/00 - included an opening tribute to the passing of Gordon Solie who died the previous Friday; featured an in-ring promo by Triple H, with a dozen roses in hand, in which he apologized to Stephanie McMahon for the compromising position he was caught in with Trish Stratus on Smackdown!; moments later, Stephanie came out to confront her husband; after Triple H humbly apologized, the two reconciled but were interrupted by Mick Foley, who fined Triple H $5,000 for walking out on his scheduled match on Smackdown! and said if he did it again he would be gone from the company; Foley then made a match for later in the show with Triple H & Stephanie vs. the Rock & Lita; included footage of two of the Godfather's hos outside the arena and in the lobby trying to gain support for 'Save the Hos' (one of the two was Victoria); featured Triple H trying to teach Stephanie a few moves backstage in which she angrily stormed off and left the arena when Triple H accidentally called her 'Trish'; included live footage of Michael Cole and Linda McMahon at the Republical National Convention in Philadelphia to promote the Smackdown! Your Vote campaign; featured WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko at WWF New York:
X-Pac & the Road Dogg defeated Al Snow & WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman in a hardcore match at 6:15 when X-Pac pinned Blackman with the X-Factor onto a steel chair after Snow accidentally hit his partner in the back of the head with a trash can lid
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian via disqualification at 4:36 when Christian pulled referee Jack Doan out of the ring and punched him after Jeff hit the Swanton on Edge and made the cover; prior to the bout, the champions did a 5-second pose to portray the Atlanta Braves as the New York Yankees' bitch; after the bout, the champions attacked the Hardy Boyz, with Jeff sustaining a double chairshot to the head; later in the show, Matt Hardy interrupted a backstage interview with Edge & Christian and attacked both champions for their attack on his brother (the debut of the Con-Chair-Two)
Chris Benoit (w/ Shane McMahon) & Kurt Angle defeated the Dudley Boyz at 7:20 when Benoit pinned Bubba Ray after the Big Show interfered and hit the chokeslam on Bubba; during Angle's entrance, Lilian Garcia accidentally announced him as being from "Pittsburgh, Philadelphia"
The Acolytes defeated Bull Buchanon & the Goodfather (w/ Steven Richards) at 1:28 when Farooq pinned Buchanon by catching him coming off the top and hitting a powerslam; prior to the impromptu match, the Right to Censor cut an in-ring promo, during which the two hos were shown in the crowd with their signs; after they jumped over the barrier, Steven Richards had security hold them back; at the same time, a fan jumped into the ring but was quickly pulled out by security; moments later, after Richards made an open challenge, the Acolytes came out to accept; after the bout, the APA were beaten down by all three members of the RTC
Rikishi pinned Tazz at 3:33 by reversing the Tazzmission into a Samoan Drop; after the bout, Too Cool came out to celebrate and dance with Rikishi
Eddie Guerrero & Chyna defeated WWF European Champion Perry Saturn & WWF IC Champion Val Venis at 3:33 when Guerrero pinned Saturn by reversing a tilt-a-whirl slam into a hurricanrana
Kane fought the Big Show (w/ Shane McMahon) to a no contest when both men began brawling on the floor before the bout began, with Kane eventually being beaten down by Show, Shane, Chris Benoit, and Kurt Angle until the Dudley Boyz ran out to help clear the ring
WWF World Champion the Rock & Lita defeated Triple H & Trish Stratus (sub. for WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon) at 6:06 when Lita pinned Trish with a moonsault; after the bout, Rock hit Triple H over the head with a steel chair so that he fell on top of Trish in a 69 position

8/7/00; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
8/7/00:
Rikishi defeated X-Pac via disqualification at 2:57 when Road Dogg interfered and hit a low blow on Rikishi; after the bout, the two double teamed Rikishi
The Dudley Boyz defeated Bull Buchanon & the Goodfather (w/ Steven Richards) via disqualification at 3:24 when Richards prevented a pinfall on Buchanon following the 3D; after the bout, the Goodfather powerbombed one of his former hoes through a table
Too Cool & Chyna (sub. for Eddie Guerrero) defeated Test, Albert, & WWF IC Champion Val Venis (w/ Trish Stratus) at 3:50 when Chyna pinned Venis after Guerrero interfered and hit a frogsplash on the champion; Chyna took over for Guerrero before the bout began after Venis hit a piledriver on the floor
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Chris Benoit (w/ Shane McMahon) with the Rock Bottom in a No DQ match at 8:12 after Chris Jericho interfered, hit two powerbombs on Benoit onto a steel chair, and chased Shane through the crowd
The Acolytes & Matt Hardy defeated the Big Show (w/ Shane McMahon) & WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian via disqualification at 1:38 when Show hit the Acolytes with one of the tag title belts; after the match, the Undertaker made the save and took out Show, Shane, Edge, and Christian
Kurt Angle and Triple H (w/ WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon) pinned Chris Jericho in a #1 contenders match at 6:46 following a double superplex; after the bout, the Rock - who was doing guest commentary - hit a Rock Bottom on Triple H, Angle, and Stephanie

8/14/00; Providence, RI; Civic Center
8/14/00:
Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) & WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman at 2:35 after Albert hit Blackman with his own kendo stick
The Goodfather & Bull Buchanon (w/ Steven Richards) defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy and Lita at 5:00 when the Goodfather pinned Lita with a shoulder breaker after Richards hit the Steven Kick on the floor; after the match, Edge & Christian beat up the Hardyz and Lita with a ladder and steel chair
The Undertaker defeated Chris Benoit (w/ Shane McMahon) via disqualification at 2:54 when Shane interfered with a chair; Kane made the save after the match only to attack the Undertaker, chokeslam him through the canvas, and drive off on his bike
Tazz defeated Crash Holly via submission with the Tazzmission at 1:10; Jerry Lawler and Tazz had to be held apart after the match
X-Pac & the Road Dogg defeated Rikishi in a handicap match at 3:41 after X-Pac hit a spin wheel kick; Too Cool made the save after the match
Chris Jericho defeated WWF IC Champion Val Venis (w/ Trish Stratus) via disqualification at 3:56 when Chris Benoit interfered; Benoit applied the Crippler Crossface to Jericho after the match
WWF World Champion the Rock & the Dudley Boyz fought Triple H, Kurt Angle, & Shane McMahon to a no contest at 5:35 when the referee was knocked out, Edge & Christian interfered, and the Rock was triple teamed by his opponents

8/21/00; Lafayette, LA; CajunDome
8/21/00:
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Dudley Boyz at 4:37 after Edge & Christian, who were doing color commentary, interfered and Christian hit Bubba Ray with a chair with Jeff scoring the pin
WWF IC Champion Val Venis & Trish Stratus defeated Crash Holly & Ivory at 2:34 when Trish pinned Ivory following a powerbomb from Val; after the match, Eddie Guerrero saved Chyna from a 2-on-1 beating by Trish and Val
Rikishi defeated Kane via disqualification at 1:13 after a chair shot; after the match, Too Cool attempted to make the save but were beaten down by the RTC
Triple H & Kurt Angle defeated the Acolytes at 5:36 when Triple H pinned Farooq with the Pedigree; after the match, Triple H left ringside - allowing the Acolytes to double team Angle
Chris Jericho defeated WWF European Champion Perry Saturn via disqualification at 1:56 when Chris Benoit made the save for the champion; after the bout, Benoit and Jericho fought to the back
Shane McMahon pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman to win the title at 4:19 by hitting him with a kendo stick after outside interference from Test, Albert, Edge, and Christian
WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian fought X-Pac & the Road Dogg to a no contest at 3:47 when the challengers began arguing over who would get the win as the Dudley Boyz began attacking the champions; after the match, X-Pac accidentally sent Road Dogg through a table the Dudleyz had placed on the floor
Lita pinned WWF Women's Champion Stephanie McMahon (w/ Kurt Angle & Triple H) to win the title with the moonsault at 5:06 after the special referee the Rock fought off Angle and Triple H and hit the Rock Bottom on Stephanie (Divas in Hedonism

8/28/00; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
8/28/00:
Chris Jericho & the Acolytes defeated Chris Benoit, Test, & Albert at 5:24
WWF IC Champion Chyna pinned Val Venis at 5:18
Rikishi fought Steven Richards to a no contest
WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned Tazz at 2:38
WWF Women's Champion Lita pinned Jackie at 3:33
Triple H defeated Eddie Guerrero via disqualification at 3:30
Perry Saturn & Terri defeated Al Snow & the Kat at 4:22
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Kane at 8:09

9/4/00; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena
9/4/00:
Kane defeated Chris Benoit via disqualification at 3:26 when Benoit used a steel chair; after the match, the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Kane; the bout was made to determine the #1 contender to the world title
The Dudley Boyz defeated the Acolytes (w/ Sho Funaki & Taka Michinoku) in a tables match at 1:52 when Bubba Ray powerbombed Bradshaw through a table after Kaientai's interference backfired; after the bout, the Acolytes destroyed Kaientai
Eddie Guerrero defeated WWF IC Champion Chyna and Kurt Angle at 4:03 to win the title by pinning Chyna after Angle hit the champion with the title belt
Triple H pinned Test (w/ Trish Stratus & Albert) with the Pedigree at 2:32; after the match, Triple H hit the Pedigree on Albert

9/11/00; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
9/11/00:
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Dudley Boyz at 2:18 when Jeff pinned Bubba Ray following outside interference from Edge & Christian; after the match, the Dudleyz put Edge through a table; due to prematch stipulations, the Hardyz became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
WWF Women's Champion Lita pinned Ivory at 2:03 with the Twist of Fate and the moonsault
Too Cool defeated WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero & Chyna at 4:00 when Grandmaster Sexay pinned Guerrero with the legdrop off the top; after the match, Guerrero attacked Too Cool with the IC title as they danced until Rikishi made the save; relunctantly, Chyna fought off Rikishi to save Guerrero
Chris Jericho defeated Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) via disqualification at 5:09 when X-Pac attacked Jericho as Triple H argued with Kurt Angle on the floor; after the match, Triple H and X-Pac had a confrontation due to X-Pac's interference
The Goodfather & Bull Buchanon defeated the Acolytes at 2:36 when Buchanon pinned Farooq with the axe kick; after the match, Val Venis attacked the Acolytes with a chair and joined the RTC
WWF European Champion Al Snow pinned Tazz at 1:28 with an inside cradle after Jerry Lawler interfered and hit Tazz over the head with a framed picture of David Hasselhoff; after the match, Tazz grabbed a mic, said he can't compete with Lawler's political power, and that he has become just another victim of the WWF
Kurt Angle fought Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) to a no contest at 2:52 in a handicap match after Stephanie McMahon came ringside and attacked Trish, Triple H made the save for Stephanie, and Triple H accidentally knocked Stephanie out during a confrontation with Angle
WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned X-Pac at 3:27 after Chris Jericho interfered and hit the challenger with a kendo stick
Kane & Chris Benoit defeated WWF World Champion the Rock & the Undertaker in a No DQ match at 5:02 when Kane attacked Taker midway through the Last Ride, with Benoit falling on top for the pin

9/18/00; Chicago, IL; AllState Arena
9/18/00 - the last Raw to air on the USA Network until 2005; included an opening segment in which Stephanie McMahon cut an in-ring promo and asked Mick Foley to come out and cancel the Triple H / Kurt Angle match scheduled for Unforgiven; moments later, Kurt Angle appeared instead, said the match had to happen, and showed a video montage of the various problems between Stephanie and Triple H over the past several weeks; Triple H then came out and alluded to the fact that Angle might be gay since he said he just wanted to be Stephanie's friend; Triple H then showed a clip put together by Dick Ebersol at NBC of Angle at the 96 Olympics, first a shot of Angle's opponent's head in Angle's crotch, then a shot of Angle crying after winning the gold medal; as Triple H encouraged Angle to come out of the closet, Foley came out, replayed the clip of Angle crying, and ordered a match between Trish Stratus and T&A against Triple H, Angle, & Stephanie for later in the show; featured an in-ring promo by WWF World Champion the Rock in which he told the Undertaker that all he had to do was ask if Taker wanted a title shot; moments later, Taker came out and confronted the champion, with Foley following moments later and agreeing that the two could have a match if they wanted one; Chris Benoit appeared shortly thereafter and said that he was more deserving of getting a title shot later in the night; Kane then came out and argued he should get the title shot; Foley ordered the Rock to face Taker in a non-title match and Benoit to face Kane later in the show; after the announcement, Benoit and Kane began brawling on the floor until they were pulled apart by referees, with Benoit then coming back to hit Kane in the back with a steel chair; included Hugh Heffner commenting on Chyna's feature in the upcoming issue of Playboy magazine; featured an in-ring segment with Steven William Regal in which he attempted to teach the American audience about dinner etiquette but was interrupted by Chris Jericho, with Jericho eventually dumping all of Regal's plates and utensils to the floor before he was attacked from behind by X-Pac, weilding a pair of nunchucks (Regal's surprise return after a nearly 2-year absence); included Naked Mideon at WWF New York; featured a promo by Foley on the stage in which he said the WWF Smackdown! Challenge was being ignored by George W. Bush and Al Gore; Foley then urged both candidates to appear on Smackdown!; during the segment, it was noted that the Smackdown Your Vote campaign had registered 80,000 new voters:
Bull Buchanon & the Goodfather (w/ Steven Richards & Val Venis) defeated the Dudley Boyz at 3:06 when Buchanon pinned Bubba Ray after Richards interfered and hit the Stevie Kick; after the match, all four members of the RTC attacked the Dudley Boyz until the Acolytes came out to help clear the ring
Kane defeated Chris Benoit via disqualification at 3:52 when Benoit twice hit his opponent with the ring bell and attacked the referee; after the bout, Benoit hit the diving headbutt on Kane, shoved the referee back down to the mat, and then left ringside as Kane sat up
Triple H, Kurt Angle, & Stephanie McMahon defeated Test, Albert, & Trish Stratus at 5:15 when Stephanie pinned Test after Triple H pushed Test off the top, shoved Trish from the apron to the floor, and hit the Pedigree on Test; after the bout, Triple H tackled Angle and knocked him out of the ring after seeing Angle enthusiastically hug Stephanie
Rikishi fought Chyna (sub. for an ill Eddie Guerrero) (w/ WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero) to a no contest when Guerrero interfered and sprayed mace in Rikishi's face before the match began; prior to the entrances, Tazz came out, sent Lilian Garcia out of the ring, and took over the ring announcing duties; after Guerrero's entrance, Rikishi attacked Guerrero on the floor, threw him into the ring steps, and threw him into the ring; moments later, Rikishi attacked Chyna to goad Eddie into the ring and hit the Bonzai Drop but Eddie wouldn't make the save; Taz announced Rikishi as the winner but did so under his own judgment, not the referee's; later in the show, it was announced Rikishi would face WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero at Unforgiven
WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated Too Cool at 4:01 when Edge pinned Grandmaster Sexay after hitting him with one of the title belts; during their ring entrances, Tazz announced Too Cool as "Two Fools" and said Edge & Christian were "from someplace in Canada"; Tazz harassed Lawler at ringside for the duration of the match but, because of the no tolerance clause which said they couldn't be physical with one another until Unforgiven, Lawler was unable to retaliate with force; after the bout, Tazz was escorted backstage by several officials
The Undertaker pinned WWF World Champion the Rock in a non-title match with the powerbomb at 4:23 after hitting an elbow to the head to block an attempt at the Rock Bottom; Chris Benoit did guest commentary for the bout; after the match, Kane came out to the ring, prompting Benoit to enter the ring as well and double team Taker; moments later, the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Taker to win a brawl over the three other men

9/25/00; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
9/25/00 (1st Raw on TNN):
Kane fought Rikishi to a double disqualification at 2:02 when Kane pushed the referee as Rikishi attempted to use a steel chair; after the match, the two had to be pulled apart
Tazz pinned Bubba Ray Dudley at 4:01 after Raven interfered and hit the DDT on Bubba Ray
WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Edge & Christian in a ladder match at 11:24 after Lita interfered; due to prematch stipulations, E&C would not get any future tag team title shots
X-Pac defeated Chris Jericho in a First Blood Match at 2:50; after the match, Jericho applied the Walls of Jericho on X-Pac on top of the commentary table
WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ Chyna) pinned Val Venis (w/ Steven Richards) at 2:31 with a school boy roll up
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Chris Benoit with the Rock Bottom at 7:34 after Triple H interfered; after the match, Benoit and Kurt Angle attacked the Rock and Triple H, with Benoit headbutting Stephanie McMahon

10/2/00; Washington DC; MCI Center
10/2/00:
WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated Too Cool (w/ Mandy & Victoria) when Jeff pinned Scotty 2 Hotty after interference from Edge backfired and he accidentally hit a spear on Scotty after Matt moved out of the way
Chris Jericho & the Dudley Boyz defeated Tazz, Raven, & X-Pac when Jericho pinned Raven with the Lionsault after the 3D
WWF World Champion the Rock & Rikishi defeated Kane & Chris Benoit when Rikishi pinned Kane with the sit-down splash after the Rock Bottom
WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman defeated Edge and Christian at 3:16 by pinning Christian after pump kicking a steel chair into Christian's face (WWF Hardcore)
WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero & Chyna defeated Steven Richards & Val Venis
Kurt Angle pinned Triple H with the Angle Slam when Triple H became distracted after Chris Benoit pulled Stephanie McMahon off the ring apron; after the bout, an angry Triple H left Stephanie alone in the ring

10/9/00; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
10/9/00:
WWF Women's Champion Lita pinned Jackie in a hardcore match after spraying her with a fire extinguisher and hitting the challenger with a cookie sheet (Lita: It Just Feels Right)
WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned Raven in a non-title non-hardcore match with a kick to the chest; after the bout, Raven attacked the champion but was soon taken down by Blackman's kendo sticks
Chris Benoit & X-Pac defeated Triple H & Chris Jericho when Benoit pinned Triple H after Jericho sent X-Pac into the corner, which caused Triple H to be crotched on the top rope
WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ WWF Women's Champion Lita) defeated D-Lo Brown & Chaz when Jeff pinned D-Lo at 7:01; during the match, the Conquistadors interfered and stopped Jeff from hitting the Swanton (Conquistadors' debut / return); after the bout, Chaz hit Matt with one of the title belts
WWF European Champion Al Snow pinned Test (w/ Trish Stratus) at 4:42 by hitting him with Head after the challenger accidentally knocked Trish off the apron; William Regal did guest commentary for the match
Val Venis & the Goodfater (w/ Steven Richards) defeated WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero & Chyna at 4:29 when Venis pinned Guerrero with a gutwrench powerbomb; during the match, Chyna refused to tag in after watching GTV's footage of Eddie backstage with the hoes, Mandy & Victoria; after the bout, Billy Gunn made the save for Chyna against Venis, the Goodfather, and Steven Richards
WWF World Champion the Rock & Rikishi defeated Kurt Angle & Kane when Rikishi pinned Angle with the Bonzai Drop at 7:49 after Angle suffered the Rock Bottom; late in the match, Kane hit a chokeslam on his partner before walking out on the match; after the bout, Mick Foley came to the ring and rightly accused Rikishi of being the mystery man who ran over Steve Austin at the previous year's Survivor Series

10/16/00; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
10/16/00:
Chris Jericho fought WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero to a no contest when the bout was stopped after the champion appeared to have injured his groin muscle; after the bout, Billy Gunn made the save for Jericho against X-Pac as Guerrero was taken from ringside on a stretcher (the stretcher was not shown on television)
The Acolytes defeated Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) after Albert sustained Farooq's spinebuster and Bradshaw's Clothesline from Hell
William Regal defeated WWF European Champion Al Snow via submission with the Regal Stretch to win the title after blocking a moonsault from the champion
Triple H defeated Kane via disqualification when Chris Benoit, who was doing guest commentary for the match, hit Triple H with a chair on the floor in retaliation to Triple H attacking him moments earlier; after the match, Benoit applied the Crippler Crossface on Triple H inside the ring; during the bout, Stephanie McMahon wanted to come to the ring and give moral support to her husband but Kurt Angle convinced her to stay backstage
X-Pac defeated Billy Gunn via disqualification when Chris Jericho interfered and attacked X-Pac, with the two brawling around ringside after the bout
The Conquistadors defeated the Dudley Boyz when Conquistador #2 pinned Bubba Ray with a roll up
Val Venis (w/ Steven Richards) pinned the Road Dogg following a low blow; during the bout, Naked Mideon ran into the ring and attacked Richards before leaving ringside
Kurt Angle (w/ Stephanie McMahon), Edge, & Christian defeated WWF World Champion the Rock, WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy when Angle scored the pin with the Olympic Slam; after the bout, the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on the tag team champions as Angle and Stephanie left ringside

10/23/00; Hartford, CT; Civic Center
10/23/00:
WWF Women's Champion Lita defeated Trish Stratus in a Bra & Panties match at 2:08 (Divas in Hedonism, Lita: It Just Feels Right)
Chris Benoit defeated the Road Dogg via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 2:05 after Road Dogg became distracted by Dean Malenko; after the bout, Lillian Garcia flubbed and announced the winner as being Chris Jericho
Chris Jericho defeated WWF European Champion William Regal via disqualification at 2:10 when Kane came ringside and hit the chokeslam on Jericho
Tazz & Raven defeated Too Cool at 4:33 when Tazz pinned Scotty after Raven hit the DDT
Billy Gunn (w/ Chyna) pinned Val Venis (w/ Steven Richards) at 3:30 with the Fameasser
WWF Tag Team Champions the Conquistadors defeated Edge in a handicap match at 1:43 following the Swanton; after the bout, as Christian came to the ring to console his partner, the Conquistadors unmasked and were revealed as the Hardy Boyz; moments thereafter, Commissioner Mick Foley allowed both the previous night's controversial tag team title change as well as this switch
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle (w/ Stephanie McMahon) fought the Rock and Triple H to a no contest at 8:51 when Rikishi attacked the champion; after the bout, Steve Austin came to the ring and attacked both Rikishi and Angle

10/30/00; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
10/30/00 - included footage from the XFL draft held two days earlier in Chicago; featured Al Snow trying to bribe Jerry Lawler with candy so that Lawler would be his tag team partner against Tazz & Raven; later in the show, Snow returned ringside with a stack of Chyna Playboys in hopes of convincing Lawler; included WWF World Champion Kurt Angle, Edge & Christian celebrating Edge's birthday as Stephanie McMahon was fighting the flu; during the segment, Edge & Christian played their theme song on kazoos before being kicked out of the dressing room by Triple H; featured an in-ring promo by WWF European Champion William Regal in which Regal referred to the Boston Tea Party as 'gastly' and then prepared to read a list of 127 ways for the fans to improve their life but was interrupted by the Undertaker, who drove to the ring and hit the powerbomb on Regal; included pre-taped footage of Trish Stratus, Albert, & Test in which they redid the APA's poker table, only for Crash Holly to come in and mess it up; featured Stephanie McMahon being driven away due to being sick, with Triple H then demanding a match with Kurt Angle for later in the show; included members of the New England Patriots in attendance; featured X-Pac at WWF New York, where he was confronted and slapped by Tori for not checking on her after she sustained a shoulder injury at King of the Ring (Tori's TV return following KOTR); included an in-ring promo by Mick Foley in which he introduced Debra as his new Lt. Commissioner:
WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero (w/ the Kat, dressed as Chyna) pinned Chyna at 2:41 when Steven Richards interfered and hit the Steven Kick on the challenger after Chyna press slammed the Kat onto Guerrero; after the bout, Billy Gunn came out to make the save and cleared the ring
Bull Buchanon, the Goodfather, & Ivory (w/ Steven Richards) defeated WWF Women's Champion Lita, WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy at 4:59 when Ivory pinned Jeff after Richards interfered and hit the Steven Kick, moments after Hardy hit the Swanton
Test (w/ Trish Stratus) pinned Crash Holly in a hardcore match at 3:05 by placing Crash's head in a trash can, hitting it with a kendo stick, and hitting the flying elbowsmash; during the bout, Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler discussed that Adam Sandler would be appearing on Smackdown!
Steve Austin pinned Rikishi in a steel cage match at 5:14 with the Stunner after ramming Rikishi face-first into the cage; pre-match stipulations stated that the victory could only come via pinfall; prior to the bout, the two brawled around ringside before finally entering the cage
Steven Richards (w/ Val Venis) pinned Billy Gunn (w/ Chyna) at 2:24 after Eddie Guerrero interfered and hit Gunn with the IC title belt, moments after Gunn hit the Fameasser on his opponent; prior to the bout, Richards cut a promo in the ring stating that if he won the match, Gunn would no longer be able to use the term "Mr. Ass"; moments later, Gunn & Chyna came out, with Gunn accepting but only if the stipulation was added that if Richards lost, he would have to kiss Gunn's ass
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle defeated Triple H via disqualification in a non-title match at 5:53 when Triple H grabbed and shoved referee Tim White across the ring, moments after Triple H hit the Pedigree on Angle through the commentary table; after the bout, Triple H grabbed the microphone and said that if the crowd wanted a DQ, they would get a DQ; moments later, Triple H hit the Pedigree on White then hit Angle and an interfering Edge with a steel chair before hitting the Pedigree on Christian as well
The Rock pinned Chris Jericho at 7:10 with the Rock Bottom; after the match, Rikishi assaulted the Rock and threw Jericho to the floor before grabbing a microphone and stating that it was the Rock that helped and told him to run over Steve Austin during the previous year�s Survivor Series; due to pre-match stipulations, Rock became the #1 contender to the world title and would receive a title shot on Smackdown!

11/6/00; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
11/6/00:
The Undertaker pinned Val Venis at 5:09 with the powerbomb; after the match, the Undertaker pulled off his vest to reveal a Yokozuna t-shirt underneath in memory of Yoko who passed away weeks prior; had any member of the RTC interfered in the match, they would have lost their tag team title shot against the Hardyz later in the evening
Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated Too Cool at 3:53 when Test pinned Grandmaster Sexay after Albert interfered behind the referee�s back and hit the Baldo Bomb; after the match, Crash & Molly Holly made the save
Triple H, Billy Gunn, Chyna, & the Road Dogg defeated Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn at 5:11 when Triple H pinned Malenko with the Pedigree; after the match, Kurt Angle attacked Triple H while the Radicalz continued to attack their opponents
The Godfather & Bull Buchanon (w/ Steven Richards) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy to win the titles at 5:19 when Richards placed on of the tag belts on top of the Goodfather before Jeff hit a top rope move, allowing the Goodfather to score the pin; earlier in the match, Edge & Christian interfered but were quickly sent out of the ring by the champions
WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned Kane at 4:50 when Chris Jericho interfered and hit the challenger with a steel chair as Kane was holding up the steel ringsteps, causing them to crush him underneath and allowing the champion the easy pinfall
Jerry Lawler defeated Raven via disqualification at 1:31 when Tazz, who was doing guest commentary for the match, interfered; after the match, Al Snow made the save
The Dudley Boyz defeated Edge & Christian in a tables match at 3:31 when Christian was sent through a table with the 3D after the Hardy Boyz and Lita interfered
Steve Austin & Triple H fought WWF World Champion Kurt Angle & Rikishi to a no contest at 4:14 when Triple H, filling in for the Rock who had been attacked moments earlier backstage, nailed Austin with his sledgehammer after tossing Angle to the floor; moments later, Triple H admitted that it was he who was behind Austin's hit-and-run injury at the 1999 Survivor Series

11/13/00; Columbus, OH; Nationwide Arena
11/13/00:
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle defeated Crash Holly (w/ Molly Holly) via submission with the ankle lock at 2:55; after the match, Hardcore Holly made the save until Edge & Christian came ringside; the Undertaker eventually cleared the ring until Kurt Angle ran from ringside
Chris Jericho & WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman defeated Kane & Test (w/ Trish Stratus) in a hardcore match at 3:57 when Jericho pinned Kane with the Lionsault after Test accidentally hit his partner with a kendo stick; after the bout, Kane hit a chokeslam on Test
The Dudley Boyz defeated Tazz & Raven at 5:02 with the 3D on Tazz after Raven accidentally hit his partner; after the bout, Tazz hit a Tazzplex on Raven through a table set up in the ring
The Undertaker, Hardcore & Crash Holly (w/ Molly Holly) defeated WWF World Champion Kurt Angle, Edge, & Christian at 6:46 when Taker pinned Angle with the powerbomb
Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated WWF Women's Champion Ivory & WWF Tag Team Champions the Goodfather & Bull Buchanon via disqualification at 3:56 when the Goodfather pulled the referee out of the ring to prevent a pinfall; after the bout, Val Venis joined in a brawl at ringside; both the tag team and women's titles were on the line in the match
WWF European Champion William Regal defeated the Road Dogg via disqualification at 2:41 when K-Kwick interfered and hit Regal with a microphone
Steve Austin, the Rock, Billy Gunn, & Chyna defeated Chris Benoit, WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) at 10:45 when Austin pinned Guerrero with the Stunner; after the bout, the Rock continued brawling with Benoit backstage until Rikishi drove past and hit the Rock with a sledgehammer while hanging out the car window

11/20/00; Orlando, FL; TD Waterhouse Centre
11/20/00:
The Dudley Boyz defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bull Buchanon & the Goodfather (w/ Steven Richards) via disqualification at 4:20 when Richards pulled D-Von out of the ring to prevent a pinfall following the 3D; after the match, Richards was powerbombed through a table
WWF European Champion William Regal pinned Hardcore Holly in a hardcore match at 3:53 after hitting him in the head with a 2x4 after Test & Albert interfered; after the bout, Crash Holly and Steve Blackman made the save
The Rock & Chris Jericho defeated Rikishi & Kane at 8:29 when Rock pinned Kane with the Rock Bottom following a chairshot from Jericho; after the bout, Rock and Jericho continued to assault their opponents
Billy Gunn, the Road Dogg, & K-Kwick defeated WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) at 4:11 when Kwick pinned Saturn with a 720 splash
WWF Women's Champion Ivory pinned Molly Holly at 1:34 after Trish Stratus interfered and dropped the challenger with a DDT on the floor
The Undertaker defeated Edge & Christian in a handicap match at 1:31 by pinning Christian with the powerbomb after Edge accidentally hit the spear on his partner; after the bout, Taker hit the chokeslam on Edge
Steve Austin pinned Chris Benoit at 8:34 with a kick to the mid-section and the Stunner after avoiding a clothesline

11/27/00; Ames, IA; Hilton Coliseum
11/27/00:
Hardcore, Crash, & Molly Holly defeated Trish Stratus, Test, & Albert at 5:22 when Hardcore pinned Albert with a dropkick
WWF IC Champion Billy Gunn pinned Eddie Guerrero at 5:41 with the cobra clutch slam after the challenger collided with Dean Malenko on the ring apron; after the bout, the Radicalz attacked the champion
The Rock defeated Rikishi via disqualification at 2:45 when Kurt Angle, who did guest commentary for the match, interfered as Rikishi was locked in the Sharpshooter; after the bout, Rikishi attacked the Rock; the match was to have determined the #1 contender to the world title at Armageddon
The Undertaker defeated Kane via disqualification at 4:12 when Edge, Christian, and Kurt Angle interfered
The Road Dogg & K-Kwick defeated Val Venis & Steven Richards (w/ WWF Women's Champion Ivory) at 4:44 when Kwick pinned Richards
Chris Jericho, Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated Chris Benoit, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) at 5:30 when Jerihco applied the Walls of Jericho on Malenko; after the match, the Radicalz attacked their opponents
WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman pinned Tiger Ali Singh at 3:32 after ripping off the challenger's turban and landing a kendo stick blow to the head from the top rope (WWF Hardcore)
Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion Kurt Angle via disqualification at 9:16 when Triple H interfered and helped in double teaming the challenger

12/4/00; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
12/4/00:
Rikishi pinned the Undertaker with a sit-down splash after Taker became distracted by Kurt Angle at ringside; after the bout, Angle further attacked the Undertaker
WWF Tag Team Champions Bull Buchanon & the Goodfather defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy after Buchanon hit the scissors kick on Jeff as the referee was distracted by the Dudley Boyz at ringside; before the bout, the referee sent Ivory backstage but allowed Lita to remain at ringside - where she was watched from afar by Dean Malenko
Chris Benoit defeated Hardcore Holly via submission with the Crippler Crossface
Edge & Christian defeated the Road Dogg & K-Kwick
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle pinned Chris Jericho with the Angle Slam after Kane distracted the challenger; after the bout, Kane laid Jericho out in the ring
WWF IC Champion Billy Gunn (w/ Chyna) defeated Val Venis (w/ Ivory) after Chyna interfered; after the bout, the two members of RTC attacked both Gunn and Chyna
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko defeated Lita via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf; due to prematch stipulations, Lita would be forced to go out on a date with Malenko on Smackdown!
William Regal defeated WWF European Champion Crash Holly (w/ Molly Holly) to win the title via submission with the Regal Stretch; after the bout, Regal applied the hold on Molly until Hardcore Holly made the save

12/11/00; Memphis, TN; Pyramid
12/11/00:
Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) via count-out at 3:35 after Malenko sent Jeff into the ring steps
Billy Gunn defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit via disqualification at 3:26 when Eddie Guerrero prevented the pinfall following the Fameasser; after the match, Guerrero distracted Gunn as Benoit attacked from behind and applied the Crippler Crossface
The Rock & the Dudley Boyz defeated WWF World Champion Kurt Angle & WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian in a tables match at 8:22 after Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Edge through a table
Chyna defeated Ivory via disqualification when Val Venis and Steven Richards interfered; after the match, the RTC hit a spike piledriver on Chyna and she was later stretchered out of the ring
The Acolytes defeated Test & Albert (w/ Trish Stratus) at 2:53 when Bradshaw pinned Albert with a flying shoulderblock and the Clothesline from Hell
Jerry Lawler, the Road Dogg, & K-Kwick defeated Steven Richards, Bull Buchanon, & the Goodfather at the 55-second mark in an impromptu match when Lawler pinned Richards with a fistdrop off the middle turnbuckle
Raven pinned Al Snow in a hardcore match at 3:47 by hitting him with a cinder block after Snow fought off Tiger Ali Singh and Lo-Down outside the arena; after the match, Snow was attended to by EMTs

12/18/00; Greenville, SC; Bi-Lo Center
12/18/00:
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit defeated Jeff Hardy via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 3:38
Val Venis, Bull Buchanon, & the Goodfather (w/ Steven Richards & Ivory) defeated Billy Gunn & the Dudley Boyz at 4:02 when Venis pinned Gunn with a fisherman's suplex after Richards saved Ivory from Gunn
The Rock & the Undertaker defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian to win the titles at 8:42 when the Rock pinned Edge with a spinebuster and the People's Elbow
Chris Jericho defeated Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 2:20; after the match, Saturn, Dean Malenko, and Chris Benoit used their respective finishers on Jericho after Jericho attempted the Walls of Jericho on Terri
WWF European Champion William Regal defeated Steve Austin via disqualification at 4:31 when referee Tim White recovered from a collision and saw Austin with the Euro title belt, which he had taken from Regal, and assumed Austin had used it as a weapon
The Acolytes & Jackie defeated Test, Albert, & Trish Stratus at 1:46 when Jackie pinned Trish with a DDT
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle fought Vince McMahon to a no contest when Mick Foley attacked both; McMahon and Angle beat down Foley before Stephanie McMahon declared that since Linda McMahon was mentally unstable, Vince would immediately take over as CEO; upon hearing that, Vince fired Foley

Taped 12/22/00; Chattanooga, TN; McKenzie Arena
12/25/00 - included Stephanie McMahon talking with her father Vince, who was said to be volunteering at a soup kitchen, via speaker phone backstage, where Trish Stratus' voice could clearly be heard at one point in the background; when Stephanie confronted him about the issue, Vince abruptly ended the phone conversating, saying he was needed back in the soup kitchen:
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko at 4:06 when Jeff pinned Malenko with a top rope attack after Lita crotched Malenko on the top turnbuckle
WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman defeated Raven and Hardcore Holly at 3:42 after hitting a German suplex on Holly onto the hood of a car
Raven pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman to win the title after hitting him with a 2X4
Steve Austin defeated Kane via disqualification at 7:22 when William Regal attacked Austin; after the match, Austin fought off both men
Too Cool defeated Test & Albert at 3:39 when Grandmaster Sexay pinned Test with a school boy roll up after Stephanie McMahon tripped Test
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle & WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian defeated Chris Jericho & the Dudley Boyz at 5:07 when Angle pinned Jericho with the Olympic Slam after avoiding the Lionsault; after the match, the Dudley Boyz made the save for Jericho against Angle and several of his family members (Before They Were Superstars Vol. 1 DVD)
The Goodfather & Bull Buchanon (w/ Steven Richards & Ivory) defeated the Acolytes (w/ Jackie) at 2:32 following the scissors kick from Buchanon after Val Venis interfered
The Rock defeated the Undertaker via disqualification at 9:34 when Rikishi interfered and attacked both men

2001

Taped 12/29/00; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center
1/1/01:
The Undertaker pinned Rikishi with a DDT; due to prematch stipulations, the Undertaker advanced to a #1 contender's match on Smackdown!
The Acolytes (w/ Jackie) & Billy Gunn defeated the Goodfather, Val Venis, & Bull Buchanon (w/ Steven Richards & WWF Women's Champion Ivory) when Gunn pinned Venis with the Cobra Clutch slam
WWF Hardcore Champion Raven pinned Crash Holly backstage after spraying him with a fire extinguisher as Crash attempted to pin Tazz, then hitting him over the head with a 2x4; the bout was originally a title defense against Tazz but Crash, Molly, and Hardcore Holly and Steve Blackman interfered once the match went backstage
Chris Jericho & the Dudley Boyz defeated WWF World Champion Kurt Angle, WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian in a tables match when Edge was sent through the table with the 3D
WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit pinned Test (w/ Trish Stratus) when Trish pushed the challenger off the top after Test fought off an interfering Albert; after the bout, Test and Albert brawled at ringside until referees stepped in
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated Taka Michinoku & Sho Funaki when Matt pinned Funaki after Jeff hit the Swanton
Kane pinned the Rock with the chokeslam after Kurt Angle interfered and hit the Rock with the world title belt on the floor before rolling the Rock back into the ring; due to prematch stipulations, Kane advanced to a #1 contender's match on Smackdown!
WWF European Champion William Regal pinned Steve Austin with a roll up in a non-title match when guest referee Stephanie McMahon made a fast count; due to prematch stipulations, Regal advanced to a #1 contender's match on Smackdown!

1/8/01; San Jose, CA; HP Pavilion
1/8/01:
Chris Jericho, Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Benoit, Perry Saturn (w/ Terri), & Dean Malenko when Jericho countered an attempt by Benoit at the Crippler Crossface into a roll up
Billy Gunn pinned Val Venis with the cobra clutch slam in a lumberjack match; the bout was originally scheduled as a steel cage match but was changed without explanation
The Rock, Jack Doan, & Teddy Long defeated Kane & Rikishi via disqualification in a handicap match when Kane grabbed a steel chair; after the bout, the Undertaker came out for the save
WWF Hardcore Champion Raven defeated Steve Blackman after Hardcore Holly interfered; after the bout, all three men continued brawling until Raven escaped in a waiting car
Albert & Trish Stratus defeated Test in a handicap match when Albert scored the pin with the Baldo Bomb after William Regal interfered
Steve Austin fought WWF World Champion Kurt Angle to a no contest at around 12:20 when Triple H came ringside, pulled referee Earl Hebner out of the ring as Austin had Angle covered with the Stunner, led Hebner around the ring by his hair, and ultimately knocked him out with a punch; after the bout, Austin threw Angle to the floor and invited Triple H into the ring; after battling in the ring and at ringside, Triple H busted Austin open with a series of blows with a steel pipe, finally laying Austin across the announce table and posing on top of Austin's motionless body as the show came to a close (Action!)

1/15/01; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center
1/15/01:
Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Steven Richards, Val Venis, & WWF Women's Champion Ivory when Lita pinned Ivory with the Twist of Fate after Chyna came ringside and pushed Ivory back inside the ring; after the bout, Chyna accepted Ivory's challenge for a match at the Royal Rumble
WWF Hardcore Champion Raven pinned Test after William Regal interfered backstage; during the bout, both Hardcore Holly and Steve Blackman interfered until the two began brawling with each other
The Undertaker & Rikishi defeated the Rock & Kane when the Undertaker pinned Rock with the powerbomb after Kane turned on his partner and hit a chokeslam before walking out of the match
Hardcore Holly fought Steve Blackman to a no contest when the referee left ringside after being hit
Trish Stratus fought Jackie to a no contest in a spanking match when Kurt Angle came ringside and pulled Trish out of the ring (Divas in Hedonism)
Tazz, Taka Michinoku, & Sho Funaki defeated K-Kwick & Too Cool when K-Kwick submitted to the Tazzmission
Steve Austin & the Acolytes defeated WWF World Champion Kurt Angle & WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian when Austin pinned Angle with the Stunner; after the bout, Triple H attempted to provoke Austin into attacking him and thus losing his spot in the Royal Rumble match; eventually, Kurt Angle hit the Olympic Slam on Triple H and Austin, in turn, hit the Stunner on Angle

1/22/01; Lafayette, LA; CajunDome
1/22/01:
Test pinned WWF European Champion William Regal to win the title following the boot to the face and elbow off the top
The Acolytes defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy when Farooq pinned Jeff with the Dominator after Bradshaw suffered the Twist of Fate / Swanton combo
The Rock & WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho defeated the Big Show & Chris Benoit when the Rock pinned Benoit with the Rock Bottom; after the bout, the Big Show laid out the three other participants
WWF Women's Champion Ivory (w/ Steven Richards) pinned Molly Holly after Richards pushed the challenger off the top; during the match, Crash Holly came ringside to counter Richards' interference
Kane defeated Rikishi via disqualification when Haku interfered; after the bout, the Undertaker made the save
D-Lo Brown & Chaz (w/ Tiger Ali Singh) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz via disqualification when Bubba Ray hit D-Lo with one of the title belts; after the bout, the champions put Tiger Ali Singh through a table with the 3D
Al Snow pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Raven to win the title after hitting the champion with a steel pipe
Raven pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow to win the title after a masked woman knocked the champion out and put Raven on top for the cover
Triple H & Stephanie McMahon defeated WWF World Champion Kurt Angle & Trish Stratus when Stephanie pinned Trish after Triple H hit the Pedigree; after the bout, Steve Austin attacked Triple H and hit the Stunner

1/29/01; Pittsburgh, PA; Mellon Arena
1/29/01:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Sho Funaki & Taka Michinoku (sub. for Edge & Christian) after hitting the 3D on Funaki; prior to the match, Edge & Christian backed out of the contest since they didn't have their gear and, as former champions, they knew they could get their title rematch any time they wanted
Val Venis (w/ Steven Richards) pinned Steve Blackman with a roll up after Blackman became distracted by Richards; after the bout, Hardcore Holly made the save with a fire extinguisher
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated the Acolytes (w/ Jackie) and Bull Buchanon & the Goodfather when Jeff pinned Buchanon with the Swanton after Bradshaw hit the Clothesline from Hell but was prevented from making the cover; due to prematch stipulations, the Hardyz earned a tag team title shot for Smackdown!
WWF Hardcore Champion Raven pinned Crash Holly (w/ Molly Holly) after a masked woman broke a stick over the challenger while the participants battled outside the arena
The Undertaker (w/ Kane) pinned Haku (w/ Rikishi) with the chokeslam; after the bout, the Undertaker survived a double team beating at the hands of Haku and Rikishi
Lita fought Jackie to a no contest when both women attacked WWF Women's Champion Ivory, who was doing guest commentary for the match; the winner of the contest would have earned a shot at the title on Smackdown!
The Rock defeated Chris Benoit, the Big Show, and WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho when Rock pinned Jericho with the Rock Bottom after Jericho sent both Show and Benoit to the floor; Kurt Angle did guest commentary for the match; due to prematch stipulations, the Rock earned a world title shot for Smackdown!

2/5/01; Atlanta, GA; Georgia Dome
2/5/01:
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho pinned Matt Hardy (w/ Lita) with the Lionsault after Dean Malenko came ringside, attacked the challenger, and threw him back inside the ring; after the contest, Malenko, Perry Saturn, and Eddie Guerrero attacked Hardy and Jericho - with Guerrero hitting a frog splash onto the IC title belt which was placed on Jericho's face
Edge & Christian defeated Sho Funaki & Taka Michinoku
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated the Undertaker & Kane via disqualification when the referee wrongly accused the Undertaker of using a steel chair on Bubba Ray Dudley, after interference from Edge & Christian
Rikishi & Haku defeated Too Cool when Rikishi pinned Grandmater Sexay with a belly to belly suplex and the Bonzai Drop
Chris Benoit defeated Al Snow via submission to the Crippler Crossface
The Rock & WWF World Champion Kurt Angle (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated Steve Austin & Triple H when Angle pinned Triple H with a low blow and chairshot; after the match, Austin hit the Stunner on Angle; late in the contest, the Big Show came ringside and attacked the Rock before leaving

2/12/01; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
2/12/01:
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho defeated Eddie Guerrero via submission with the Walls of Jericho after blocking a hurricanrana; after the bout, X-Pac attacked the champion
Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Chris Benoit, Perry Saturn, & Terri when Lita pinned Terri with the Twist of Fate / moonsault combo; after the bout, Dean Malenko helped Lita to her feet before hitting a clothesline on her
The Undertaker & Kane fought Edge & Christian to a no contest when both teams began brawling with the Dudley Boyz, who did guest commentary for the match; the winners of the contest would have become the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Billy Gunn with the Pedigree after avoiding the Fameasser
X-Pac pinned Grandmaster Sexay with a kick to the midsection and X-Factor; X-Pac's original opponent was Scotty 2 Hotty but Scotty injured his foot during the match - resulting in X-Pac challenging his partner; after the match, Chris Jericho attacked X-Pac until Justin Credible made the save (Credible's debut)
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle & WWF Hardcore Champion Raven defeated the Big Show & Essa Rios when Raven pinned Rios following Angle's Olympic Slam; after the match, the masked woman aided Raven in attacking the Big Show until Show fought back by hitting the chokeslam on Raven as Angle ran backstage
The Rock (w/ Triple H & Stephanie McMahon) pinned Rikishi (w/ Steve Austin) with the Rock Bottom; after the match, Rikishi and Triple H double teamed the Rock until Austin hit the Stunner on Rikishi and had a face off with Triple H; due to prematch stipulations, Triple H earned the right to choose the stipulations for his match with Austin at No Way Out

2/19/01; St. Louis, MO; Savvis Center
2/19/01:
The Undertaker defeated Christian and WWF Tag Team Champion D-Von Dudley by pinning Christian
Lita pinned Dean Malenko after Matt Hardy interfered
Eddie Guerrero fought X-Pac to a no contest; Chris Jericho was the guest referee
Rikishi & Haku defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy
WWF Hardcore Champion Raven fought Crash Holly to a no contest
The Rock & Steve Austin defeated WWF World Champion Kurt Angle & Chris Benoit when Rock pinned Benoit

2/26/01; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
2/26/01 - featured a face-to-face in-ring confrontation between the Rock and Steve Austin to begin the show:
X-Pac & Justin Credible defeated Chris Benoit & Eddie Guerrero when X-Pac pinned Benoit with a half nelson roll up after pulling Credible out of the way of Benoit's diving headbutt
Lita (w/ Matt Hardy) pinned Molly Holly (w/ Crash Holly) with the moonsault after outside interference and Molly receiving a DDT; due to pre-match stipulations, Lita became the #1 contender to the Women's Title (Lita: It Just Feels Right)
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Rikishi & Haku when D-Von pinned Haku after the Undertaker and Kane interfered, with Kane hitting a chokeslam on Haku; after the bout, Taker and Kane hit chokeslams on the tag team champions before leaving ringside
Vince McMahon & Trish Stratus fought William Regal & Stephanie McMahon to a no contest when, as Vince and Stephanie were in the ring together, Vince grabbed the microphone, said he always gets what he wants, and dragged Trish into the ring where she was slapped by Stephanie and sustained a neckbreaker by Regal; after the bout, Stephanie soaked Trish with a mop drenched in fecal matter before Vince said Trish was nothing but a toy and he was done playing with her; McMahon then poured the reamainder of the mop bucket onto Trish
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko defeated Taka Michinoku (w/ Sho Funaki) via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf after rolling through on a top rope attack from the challenger
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho pinned Raven with the Lionsault after outside interference from the masked woman backfired and Raven was hit by a 2x4; Molly Holly came down late in the contest to try to counter the masked woman's presense
Jerry Lawler & the Acolytes defeated Val Venis, the Goodfather, & Bull Buchanon (w/ WWF Women's Champion Ivory, the Kat, & Steven Richards) when Lawler pinned Venis with a knee to the throat after Venis sustained a spinebuster; after the bout, the RTC carried the Kat backstage; prior to the bout, Tazz took over Lawler's commentary duties for the remainder of the show
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Show pinned Essa Rios at 7:25 by pressing him horizontally against the wall backstage; the bout was originally scheduled to be Show defending against Kurt Angle and WWF World Champion the Rock but, after interference from other Steve Blackman, Hardcore Holly, Crash Holly, Billy Gunn, Albert, Essa Rios, and Perry Saturn, Show scored the pinfall on Rios backstage; after the bout, Steve Austin came to the ring and fought off a number of wrestlers before having a staredown with the Rock as the show went off the air, with Austin on the floor and Rock inside the ring (WWF Hardcore)

3/5/01; Washington DC; MCI Center
3/5/01 - included the debut of former ECW promoter Paul Heyman as commentator for Raw, who took over Jerry Lawler's spot after Lawler left the company the previous week; featured Triple H cutting an in-ring promo to begin the show, stating that he beat Steve Austin at No Way Out and should be in the WrestleMania main event; the segment later saw a brawl ensue between Triple H & Kurt Angle against the Rock & Steve Austin; included Vince McMahon forcing Trish Stratus to strip, get on all fours, and bark like a dog in the ring in order to earn his forgiveness:
Too Cool fought X-Pac & Justin Credible to a no contest when Kurt Angle interfered before all the participants came to the ring, breaking Scotty 2 Hotty's ankle
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho pinned Eddie Guerrero after Chris Benoit interfered and hit the diving headbutt on his Radicalz teammate; after the bout, Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko came ringside to question Benoit but he walked off
WWF Women's Champion Ivory (w/ Steven Richards & Val Venis) pinned Lita (w/ Matt & Jeff Hardy) with a neckbreaker after Jeff accidentally hit the challenger on the floor
The Undertaker & Kane defeated Haku & Rikishi when Taker pinned Haku with the chokeslam
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz to win the titles when Matt pinned D-Von after Christian came ringside and hit D-Von in the back with a steel chair; after the bout, Lita came out on the stage to celebrate the victory
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Show pinned Al Snow
Steve Austin & WWF World Champion the Rock (w/ Debra) defeated Kurt Angle & Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) when Rock pinned Angle after Austin hit the Stunner

3/12/01; Los Angeles, CA; Staples Center
3/12/01 - included Shane McMahon making a surprise appearance, interrupting an in-ring segment with Vince McMahon and Trish Stratus, eventually sending Vince to the mat with a series of punches for the way he treated Shane's mother Linda, then fighting off an interfering William Regal as Vince ran backstage and drove out of the arena:
WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated X-Pac & Justin Credible
D-Von Dudley defeated Christian; due to prematch stipulations, the Dudley Boyz became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
Chris Benoit defeated Eddie Guerrero via submission with the Crippler Crossface
Steven Richards, Val Venis, the Goodfather, & Bull Buchanon defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho in a non-title handicap match
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Show fought the Undertaker to a no contest when Triple H attacked the challenger before the bout
WWF European Champion Test defeated Raven
WWF World Champion the Rock defeated Kurt Angle via disqualification

3/19/01; Albany, NY; Pepsi Arena
3/19/01:
Raven pinned WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Show to win the title after Kane, who had come to the ring moments earlier with his own referee, hit a flying clothesline on the champion
Edge & Christian (sub. for the Dudley Boyz) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) to win the titles when Edge pinned Jeff after Rhyno interfered and hit the Gore (Rhyno's debut)
Tazz defeated Steven Richards (w/ Val Venis) via disqualification when Venis interfered; after the bout, the Rock came to the ring, cleared the ring of RTC, hit a spinebuster on Tazz, and cut an in-ring promo on Steve Austin
Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) fought WWF European Champion Test to a no contest when the Undertaker sent Kane ringside to chase Stephanie into the crowd, battled the Big Show and Triple H in the ring, and hit a chokeslam on Test
X-Pac & Justin Credible (w/ Albert) defeated Grandmaster Sexay & Steve Blackman when Credible pinned Sexay after Albert interfered and hit the Baldo Bomb from the top rope
The Dudley Boyz defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Edge & Christian to win the titles following the 3D on Edge after Spike Dudley interfered, dropkicked a chair into Christian's face, and hit him with the Acid Drop (Spike's debut)
Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit, & William Regal defeated WWF World Champion the Rock & WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho in a handicap match when Regal pinned Jericho after hitting him with the IC title belt; after the match, Steve Austin came to the ring in hopes of laying out the Rock; after hitting the Stunner on an interfering Angle, Austin is knocked to the mat by a Rock belt shot before being dropped with the Rock Bottom

3/26/01; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
3/26/01 - this episode featured the historic split-feed segment that appeared on both Raw and the final episode of WCW Monday Nitro:
Tazz defeated Val Venis in a lumberjack match
Molly Holly fought William Regal to a no contest
Chris Benoit, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Kurt Angle, Edge, & Christian when Benoit forced Christian to submit to the Crippler Crossface
X-Pac pinned WWF European Champion Test in a non-title match after Albert interfered and hit the Baldo Bomb on the champion; after the bout, special referee Eddie Guerrero further attacked Test
The Big Show defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho in a non-title match
WWF World Champion the Rock & Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker & Kane

4/2/01; Ft. Worth, TX
4/2/01:
Test & the Acolytes defeated WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, & Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) at 4:07 when Test pinned Saturn with a boot to the face after Saturn saved Terri from a pumphandle slam
Trish Stratus defeated Stephanie McMahon via disqualification in a whipping match when William Regal interfered at 4:09; after the match, Chris Jericho made the save
Rhyno pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Crash Holly (w/ Molly Holly) at the 55-second mark with the Gore in a non-title match; after the match, Rhyno hit the Gore on Molly
WWF Hardcore Champion Kane pinned Val Venis (w/ Steven Richards) following a clothesline off the top at 5:42 after sending the challenger into a trash can set up in the corner; after the match, the Undertaker made the save against the raminder of the RTC
Kurt Angle & William Regal defeated WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho in a handicap match at 4:34 when Regal scored the pin with the modified neckbreaker after Angle hit Jericho in the back with a chair; after the match, Chris Benoit made the save
X-Pac (w/ Justin Credible & Albert) pinned Billy Gunn at 3:04 when Albert interfered and hit the Baldo Bomb after Gunn hit the Fameasser; after the match, X-Factor continued to attack Gunn
The Rock defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin (w/ Vince McMahon) via disqualification in a steel cage match at around the 6-minute mark when McMahon entered the cage and knocked out referee Tim White with a double axe handle after the challenger hit the Rock Bottom; moments prior to the finish, McMahon pulled the referee out of the cage to prevent him from counting the pin as Rock had Austin covered with the People's Elbow; the referee responded by shoving McMahon to the floor; after the match, Triple H entered the cage with a sledgehammer, teased a face turn, but eventually helped in triple teaming the Rock; prior to the bout, McMahon did the ring introduction for the champion; as the show came to a close, the Rock was beaten bloody while Triple H, Austin, and McMahon shared a few beers (Rock's last match until July) (Action!)

4/9/01; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
4/9/01 - featured Linda McMahon telling Vince McMahon she wanted a divorce:
WWF Hardcore Champion Kane pinned the Big Show at 3:54; Kane's original opponent was Kurt Angle; midway through the match, the Big Show came down in an attempt to regain the title, with the Undertaker coming down soon after; Taker and Kane hit the double chokeslam on Show for the win; Paul Heyman did sole commentary for the match as Jim Ross was backstage with Vince McMahon and Steve Austin
Rhyno defeated WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Crash Holly & Molly Holly in a handicap match by pinning Crash with the Gore at 1:28; prior to the contest, Jim Ross arrived at the commentary table; after the match, Hardcore Holly made the save as Rhyno set Molly up for the Gore
The Undertaker pinned the Big Show at 1:32 with a powerbomb as Show attempted to pound away at the Taker on the middle turnbuckle
Bubba Ray, D-Von, & Spike Dudley defeated X-Pac, Albert, & Justin Credible at 2:37 when D-Von pinned Credible following the 3D; after the bout, all three Dudleyz were beaten down with Bubba Ray sustaining a Baldo Bomb through a table set up in the ring
Chris Jericho fought Chris Benoit to a no contest at around the 3-minute mark when both men began beating up special referee William Regal, eventually locking him in a Walls of Jericho / Crippler Crossface combo before a number of referees swarmed the ring
Val Venis (w/ RTC) pinned Raven with the Money Shot at 1:43 after Bull Buchanon interfered and hit the scissors kick; the RTC interfered throughout the match
Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin, WWF IC Champion Triple H, & Stephanie McMahon when Lita pinned Stephanie with the Twist of Fate / moonsault combo at 6:58; after the match, Austin and Triple H brutally attacked all three of their opponents (The Hardy Boyz: Leap of Faith)

4/16/01; Knoxville, TN; Boling Arena
4/16/01 - included Vince McMahon saying he would not accept his wife's demand for a divorce and that he would make every effort to make the marriage work; moments later, Debra came to the ring and slapped McMahon for the recent influence he had over Steve Austin:
Edge & Christian defeated Hardcore & Crash Holly (w/ Molly HOlly) after Rhyno interfered and hit the Gore
Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ D-Von Dudley) defeated Justin Credible (w/ X-Pac & Albert)
WWF Hardcore Champion Kane defeated Steven Richards
Chris Jericho defeated Kurt Angle via disqualification when William Regal interfered
Chris Benoit (w/ Chris Jericho) defeated William Regal (w/ Kurt Angle) via submission
Raven, Test, & Billy Gunn defeated Eddie Guerrero, Perry Saturn, & Dean Malenko (w/ Terri)
The Big Show defeated Sho Funaki & Taka Michinoku in a handicap match
Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned WWF IC Champion Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) with the Pedigree to win the title

4/23/01; Denver, CO; Pepsi Center
4/23/01:
WWF Hardcore Champion Rhyno defeated Spike Dudley
Taka Michinoku & Sho Funaki defeated the Goodfather & Bull Buchanon
Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho defeated Kurt Angle & William Regal in a submission match
The Big Show defeated Test via disqualification
Perry Saturn, Dean Malenko, & WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Raven, Grandmaster Sexay, & Steve Blackman
Trish Stratus pinned Ivory
WWF World Champion Steve Austin, WWF IC Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon), Edge, & Christian defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy, WWF Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & Kane when Triple H pinned Matt after Austin interfered behind the referee�s back and hit the Stunner; moments prior to the finish, Triple H sustained the chokeslam from the Undertaker before Taker was pulled out of the ring by Edge and Christian

4/30/01; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center
4/30/01:
WWF European Champion Matt Hardy pinned Edge with the Twist of Fate
X-Pac pinned Spike Dudley with the X-Factor
WWF Hardcore Champion Rhyno pinned Chris Jericho with the Gore
The Acolytes defeated Crash & Hardcore Holly when Bradshaw pinned Hardcore with the Clothesline from Hell
Test defeated WWF IC & Tag Team Champion Triple H via disqualification after Triple H used a steel chair as a weapon
WWF Women's Champion Chyna pinned Trish Stratus with a powerbomb
The Undertaker defeated WWF World & Tag Team Champion Steve Austin via disqualification when Triple H interfered

5/7/01; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
5/7/01:
Bradshaw defeated Kurt Angle via count-out when Angle left the ring to find Chris Benoit at WWF NY and regain his gold medals
Edge, Christian, & Rhyno defeated Eddie Guerrero, WWF European Champion Matt Hardy, & Jeff Hardy after Guerrero pushed Lita out of the way of Rhyno's Gore, having himself suffer the blow instead
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Jerry Lynn defeated Crash Holly, Grandmaster Sexay, and Taka Michinoku by pinning Crash with a Tornado DDT
Chris Jericho defeated William Regal in a steel cage match by escaping over the top and kicking the door in Regal's face on the way down
Lita pinned Molly Holly with the moonsault
Spike, Bubba Ray, & D-Von Dudley defeated X-Pac, Albert, & Justin Credible in a tables match when Spike sent Albert through the table with the Dudley Dog after Raven interfered and hit Albert with a cane
WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned Rikishi with the Stunner in a non-title match after Vince and Stephanie McMahon distracted Rikishi

5/14/01; Cincinatti, OH
5/14/01:
Rikishi defeated Kurt Angle via disqualification
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Perry Saturn & Dean Malenko (w/ Eddie Guerrero & Terri)
WWF Hardcore Champion Rhyno defeated Crash Holly
Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit defeated Edge & Christian
WWF Women's Champion Chyna & Lita defeated Ivory & Molly Holly
The Big Show, the Goodfather, & Bull Buchanon defeated the Acolytes & Test
Kane defeated WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & WWF IC Champion Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) via disqualification

5/21/01; San Jose, CA; HP Pavilion
5/21/01 - included Shane McMahon interrupting Kurt Angle's medal ceremony, hitting the Olympic Slam on Angle:
The Big Show pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Rhyno to win the title at 4:57 with the chokeslam onto a garbage can after Rhyno hit a chair while attempting the Gore (WWF Hardcore)
The Acolytes defeated Dean Malenko & Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) when Bradshaw pinned Saturn after delivering two spike powerbombs
WWF European Champion Matt Hardy (w/ Jeff Hardy & Lita) pinned X-Pac with the Twist of Fate after Eddie Guerrero interfered for the champion after X-Pac nailed Lita
Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated the Dudley Boyz after Hardcore used the ring bell as a weapon on Bubba Ray, moments after both Spike Dudley and Molly Holly tried to settle the issue between the two teams
Eddie Guerrero & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated Edge & Christian when Guerrero pinned Christian with a powerbomb off the top
WWF IC Champion Kane pinned Kurt Angle with the chokeslam after Shane McMahon interfered
Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho defeated WWF Tag Team Champions - WWF World Champion Steve Austin & Triple H (w/ Stephanie McMahon) to win the titles at 13:55 when Jericho pinned Austin after Triple H accidentally hit his partner in the stomach with a sledgehammer, meaning to hit Jericho who had Austin covered after hitting the Lionsault; late in the bout, Triple H tore his quadriceps muscle when he broke Jericho's Walls of Jericho applied on Austin; as a result of the injury, Triple H was on the DL until for more than 7 months

5/28/01; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome
5/28/01 - several members of the Hart Family sat ringside for the event:
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated X-Pac & Justin Credible
WWF Tag Team Champion Chris Benoit defeated Rhyno via submission with the Crippler Crossface
Steve Blackman & Trish Stratus defeated Perry Saturn & Terri
WWF Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho pinned WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Show to win the title with the Lionsault after hitting a missle dropkick as Show held the steel ring steps in the air, with the steps flying back and hitting the champion in the face; as Jericho celebrated the victory on the stage, Rhyno came from behind and hit the Gore, pinning Jericho for the Hardcore championship
Eddie Guerrero defeated Albert
The Dudley Boyz (w/ Spike Dudley) defeated Hardcore & Crash Holly (w/ Molly Holly) in a tables match when Hardcore sustained a 3D through a table set up in the ring; after the bout, Molly went to check on Hardcore but was grabbed by the Dudley Boyz; Spike attempted to have them let her go, even going as far as to lay down on the table they prepared to put her through; instead, Bubba Ray powerbombed Molly off the top and through the table Spike was laid across
WWF World Champion Steve Austin defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Chris Benoit when Vince McMahon had the bell rung as Benoit was trapped in the Sharpshooter, an obvious reference to the Montreal Incident in Bret Hart's hometown

6/4/01; Minneapolis, MN; Target Center
6/4/01:
WWF IC Champion Kane pinned Christian with a powerbomb
KOTR Qualifying Round: Jeff Hardy pinned Matt Hardy with a backslide
Kurt Angle, Hardcore & Crash Holly defeated Bubba Ray, D-Von, & Spike Dudley when Angle pinned Bubba with the Olympic Slam
WWF Tag Team Champion Chris Benoit defeated the Big Show via submission with the Crippler Crossface
KOTR Qualifying Round: Rhyno pinned Tazz with the Gore
Trish Stratus defeated Terri in a Bra & Panties match at 2:08 after Terri became distracted by Perry Saturn, who came in the ring wearing a robe, then revealed he was wearing bra and panties himself
WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho at 10:59 with the Stunner; moments prior to the finish, William Regal came ringside and pulled surprise guest ringside enforcer Mick Foley out of the ring as Jericho had the champion caught in the Walls of Jericho; in the ensuing brawl on the floor, Foley accidentally hit Jericho with a steel chair blow to the head as he attempted to attack Regal; Vince McMahon was banned from ringside for the duration of the bout; after the match, Foley brought Regal into the ring where he was put in Jericho's Walls of Jericho while at the same time sustaining the Mr. Socko Mandible Claw from Foley (Action!)

6/11/01; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
6/11/01 - included Linda McMahon announcing that Steve Austin would defend the WWF World Title against both Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho at the King of the Ring in a triple threat match; featured the Undertaker confronting Kurt Angle in the ring, accusing him of being the man responsible for stalking his wife; Angle replied that he didn�t even find Taker�s wife attractive before sustaining the powerbomb:
KOTR Qualifying Match: Christian (w/ Edge) pinned WWF IC Champion Kane in a non-title match at 2:13 after Albert interfered and hit the Baldo Bomb on Kane
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated Justin Credible & X-Pac at 3:05 when Jeff pinned X-Pac with the Swanton after Lita interfered and hit a hurricanrana; after the bout, X-Pac hit Jeff with a steel chair
The Big Show & Rhyno defeated Chris Jericho in a handicap match at 4:20 when Rhyno pinned Jericho after Jericho sustained the chokeslam from Show and Rhyno hit the Gore on his own partner
KOTR Qualifying Match: Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) pinned Steve Blackman (w/ Trish Stratus) at 2:01 with the fisherman�s suplex; after the bout, Trish attacked Terri as Blackman hit Saturn with his kendo stick
Bubba Ray, D-Von, & Spike Dudley defeated Hardcore, Crash, & Molly Holly at 3:52 when Crash was pinned after sustaining the 3D; after the bout, Bubba Ray and Hardcore continued to brawl, with both men falling through a table set up on the outside of the ring; moments thereafter, Spike and Molly kissed in the ring and left ringside together
Kurt Angle defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Chris Benoit in a steel cage match at 14:31 by escaping over the top after Steve Austin, who was doing guest commentary for the bout, slammed the cage door into Benoit's face as Benoit attempted to leave; after the bout, Austin brutally attacked Benoit with approximately 20 chair shots to the ribs, back, legs, and chest (Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)

6/18/01; Tampa, FL; Ice Palace
6/18/01 - included an opening segment in which Steve Austin hit the Stunner on Molly Holly after Spike Dudley called Austin to the ring; featured the WWE debut of Diamond Dallas Page as he revealed himself to be the Undertaker and his wife Sara's stalker and said he would see Taker at the King of the Ring:
KOTR Quarter-Final Match: Kurt Angle defeated Jeff Hardy via submission with the ankle lock
Tazz defeated Hardcore Holly via submission with the Tazzmission
KOTR Quarter-Final Match: Rhyno pinned Tajiri (w/ William Regal) with the Gore as Tajiri came off the top
KOTR Quarter-Final Match: Edge (w/ Christian) pinned Perry Saturn (w/ Terri) with the DDT after Christian put Edge's foot on the ropes to prevent the pinfall after Saturn hit the twisting fisherman's suplex
WWF European Champion Matt Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated Albert via disqualification when the challenger refused to break a choke hold; after the bout, Jeff Hardy and Lita tried to make the save but were all laid out by Albert, X-Pac, and Justin Credible
KOTR Quarter-Final Match: Christian (w/ Edge) pinned the Big Show after both Edge and Christian hit the con-chair-two on Show as Kurt Angle, who did guest commentary for the bout, distracted the referee
Spike Dudley, WWF Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin & the Dudley Boyz when Austin submitted as he was caught in the Crippler Crossface and Walls of Jericho at the same time

6/25/01; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
6/25/01 - featured an in-ring ceremony in which Commissioner William Regal and Tajiri awarded the 2001 King of the Ring trophy to Edge; moments later, Billy Gunn interrupted, bitter over having won the tournament himself two years prior but never having the opportunity to defend it, and having to spend the night of KOTR 01 at WWF NY; after trading insults, the two agreed to a match for later in the night; included Shane McMahon introducing Booker T to the crowd at WWF NY, with Booker then challenging Steve Austin; Austin agreed to the challenge and brought Kurt Angle with him but by the time they arrived at WWF NY, Booker and Shane had already left the building; moments later, Shane McMahon came ringside to interrupt Vince McMahon's promo, distracting Vince just long enough for Booker T to come into the ring from behind; once Vince saw Booker, he took a punch; Booker responded with a flurry of blows, ending with the scissors kick; seconds later, the Acolytes, Kaientai, Raven, Justin Credible, K-Kwick, Dean Malenko, and several others ran to the ring as Booker escaped through the crowd:
Rhyno pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Test to win the title after hitting the Gore backstage; seconds later, Mike Awesome ran down the hall, hitting Rhyno with a lead pipe and then powerbombing him onto a steel ladder to win the title (Awesome's surprise TV debut)
X-Pac pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy to win the title with a backslide and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage after the champion failed a Swanton
Tazz defeated Steven Richards via submission with the Tazzmission
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated the Undertaker (w/ Sara) & WWF IC Champion Kane when D-Von pinned Kane after Albert interfered and hit the Baldo Bomb; after the bout, Kane chased Albert backstage while moments later Diamond Dallas Page knocked the Undertaker out with a chair shot on the ramp before ripping out a lock of Sara's hair
The Big Show (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated WWF European Champion Matt Hardy (w/ Lita) via disqualification when Lita hit a low blow on the challenger to prevent the chokeslam
Edge (w/ Christian) pinned Billy Gunn with the DDT after Christian interfered
Chris Jericho pinned Tajiri (w/ William Regal) with the bulldog and Lionsault after Tajiri accidentally sprayed mist into Regal's face

7/2/01; Tacoma, WA; Tacoma Dome
7/2/01 - included an in-ring segment in which Steve Austin and Kurt Angle argued, with each man taking turns hugging Vince McMahon to prove that it was the other man who didn't belong; moments later, Shane McMahon interrupted, challenged Vince to the Inagural Brawl at Invasion, and said that history would be made later in the night as - for the first time in a WWF ring - the WCW World Heavyweight Title would be on the line:
The Undertaker (w/ Sara) defeated WWF IC Champion Albert via disqualification when Diamond Dallas Page interfered, hit Taker with a steel chair as Albert was set up for the powerbomb, and followed up with the Diamond Cutter; moments later, while distracted by Sara, Kane attacked DDP from behind and Sara eventually hit DDP with a low blow
Molly Holly (w/ Spike Dudley) pinned Crash Holly (w/ Jackie) with the Molly-Go-Round after Jackie dropped Crash throat-first over the top rope
Tajiri defeated Scotty 2 Hotty
Chris Jericho defeated the Dudley Boyz in a handicap match by pinning D-Von with the Lionsault after Spike Dudley interfered and hit the Dudley Dog on Bubba Ray, landing on D-Von
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion X-Pac defeated Christian
Rhyno defeated Test; due to prematch stipulations, Rhyno became the #1 contender to the Hardcore Title
Matt Hardy & Lita defeated the Big Show & Trish Stratus when Lita pinned Trish with the moonsault; after the match, Jeff Hardy hit a missile dropkick on Show while he was verbally assaulting Trish for losing the match
WCW World Champion Booker T fought Buff Bagwell to a no contest when Steve Austin and Kurt Angle interfered; Austin, Angle, and Bagwell triple teamed Booker all the way backstage before throwing him out of the arena; moments thereafter, Austin and Angle jumped Bagwell and threw him out of the arena as well

7/9/01; Atlanta, GA; Phillips Arena
7/9/01:
The Undertaker (w/ Sara) (sub. for Shane McMahon who allowed Taker to take his spot) fought Diamond Dallas Page to a no contest in a streetfight when Shane attacked the Undertaker from behind with a kendo stick and helped DDP in double teaming him; moments later, DDP hit the Diamond Cutter on Sara when she tried to attack Shane; after the incident, Sara was taken from ringside on a stretcher
The Acolytes defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz to win the titles when Bradshaw pinned D-Von with the Clothesline from Hell after Spike Dudley interfered and broke his crutch over Bubba Ray Dudley
WWF IC Champion Albert (w/ X-Pac) pinned Rhyno with the scissors kick after avoiding the Gore, with X-Pac suffering the move instead
The Big Show pinned Jeff Hardy with a chokeslam as Hardy leapt off the top; after the bout, Trish Stratus - who had come ringside midway through the contest - kissed Hardy and the two left ringside together
WCW World Champion Booker T (w/ Shane McMahon) pinned Kurt Angle after hitting him with the title belt; WCW referee Charles Robinson made the pinfall as WWF referee Earl Hebner fought with WCW referee Nick Patrick, the original referee for the bout who was biased towards the champion, on the floor
Chris Jericho & Kane fought Lance Storm & WWF Hardcore Champion Mike Awesome to a no contest when Rob Van Dam and Tommy Dreamer came out of the crowd and attacked the WWF team as Jericho had the Walls of Jericho applied on Storm; within moments, the ring filled up with the Dudley Boyz, Tazz, Justin Credible, Rhyno, and Raven who then joined RVD and Dreamer in attacking their own WWF teammates; as the brawl settled down, Paul Heyman left the commentary table, entered the ring, and made it clear that the war between the WWF and WCW had just been taken to the extreme as the new ECW group was formed (Tommy Dreamer's debut and RVD's return to WWF TV after a 4-year absence)
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion X-Pac pinned Scotty 2 Hotty by blocking a sunset flip and holding the ropes for leverage
Billy Gunn, the Big Show, Hardcore Holly, WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes (Team WWF), Kanyon, Shawn Stasiak, Mark Jindrak, & WCW Tag Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo (w/ Shane McMahon) (Team WCW) fought Tazz, the Dudley Boyz, Tommy Dreamer, Rob Van Dam, Justin Credible, Rhyno, Lance Storm, Raven, & WWF Hardcore Champion Mike Awesome (Team ECW) to a no contest when the WCW contingent joined forces with the ECW team in attacking the WWF team; as the show came to a close, Shane McMahon announced that it was a set up before introducing the new owner of ECW - Stephanie McMahon

7/16/01; Providence, RI; Civic Center
7/16/01 - included backstage pep rallies held by both the WWF and the Alliance; WWF Hall of Famer Freddie Blassie made an appearance to inspire the WWF troops:
WCW Tag Team Champion Chuck Palumbo (w/ WCW Tag Team Champion Shawn O'Haire) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Farooq (w/ WWF Tag Team Champion Bradshaw) with the Jungle Kick after Farooq knocked O'Haire off the apron
Mike Awesome (w/ Lance Storm) pinned Edge (w/ Christian) after Storm interfered and superkicked Edge
Tazz defeated William Regal (w/ Tajiri) via disqualification when Tajiri interfered; Tajiri originally took off his shirt, revealing an ECW t-shirt underneath, but then double crossed Tazz and locked him in the Tarantula
WCW World Champion Booker T pinned Chris Jericho with a low blow and roll up; WWF referee Earl Hebner took over the match when WCW referee Nick Patrick refused to award Jericho the match as the champion was in the Walls of Jericho; Hebner was knocked out by Shane McMahon, who was then knocked off the apron by Jericho; Patrick then made a fast count on Jericho
Kurt Angle defeated Raven via submission to the ankle lock in a hardcore match; after the match, Angle fended off several WCW wrestlers with a chair
The Dudley Boyz defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy when D-Von pinned Matt by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and holding onto Rob Van Dam for leverage; after the match, the Dudleyz and RVD destroyed the Hardy Boyz
Trish Stratus pinned Terri with a bulldog; after the match, Stacy Keibler and Torrie Wilson attacked Trish before Lita made the save
The Undertaker & Kane fought Diamond Dallas Page & Rhyno to a no contest when the Dudley Boyz, Booker T, Chris Jericho, Matt & Jeff Hardy, the Acolytes, Kurt Angle, Lance Storm, Tommy Dreamer, Shawn O'Haire, Chuck Palumbo, Rob Van Dam, and several others interfered; Steve Austin arrived outside the arena and fought through several Alliance wrestlers until making his way to the ring and helping to rid the ring of WCW and ECW stars; the show ended with Team WWF (Austin, Kane, Taker, Jericho, & Angle) alone in the ring

7/23/01; Buffalo, NY; HSBC Arena
7/23/01 - included an in-ring promo by WWF World Champion Steve Austin in which he explained his actions at Invasion; featured Vince McMahon announcing that the Rock is no longer on suspension and would be welcomed back in the WWF:
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Matt Hardy following the Five Star Frog Splash onto a ladder laid out in the ring, with Hardy trapped between the two legs of the ladder
Lance Storm pinned WWF IC Champion Albert to win the title with a superkick after Hugh Morrus interfered and hit Albert with the title belt as X-Pac fought with Mike Awesome on the floor; after the contest, a brawl ensued between WWF and Alliance stars with the WWF team coming out on top
Tajiri pinned Raven with the Tarantula and kick to the head
The Undertaker (w/ Sara) pinned Rhyno with a chokeslam; after the match, Sara was knocked out due to an accidental chair shot from the Undertaker during an altercation with Diamond Dallas Page
Chris Jericho defeated Kanyon via submission with the Walls of Jericho after avoiding an enzuiguiri
Torrie Wilson defeated Trish Stratus in a Paddle on a Pole match
WCW World Champion Booker T & the Dudley Boyz defeated Kurt Angle, Edge, & Christian in an elimination tables match; Christian eliminated via 3D through a table after suffering a low blow; Booker eliminated Christian; D-Von eliminated by Angle via an overhead belly to belly suplex; Booker eliminated by Angle via an Irish Whip; Angle eliminated by Bubba Ray via a powerbomb after Steve Austin interfered - as Angle attacked biased referee Nick Patrick - and hit the Stunner

7/30/01; Philadelphia, PA
7/30/01 - included the Rock's return to TV as he joined the WWF rather than the Alliance:
Chris Jericho pinned Tazz with a low blow, bulldog, and the Lionsault at the 34 second mark
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Tajiri at 4:21 following the Five Star Frog Splash onto a steel chair
Hurricane Helms & Torrie Wilson defeated Matt Hardy & Lita at 3:23 when Helms pinned Hardy with a roll up after Torrie hit a low blow
Booker T (w/ Shane McMahon) pinned WCW World Champion Kurt Angle in a No DQ match to win the title at 8:16 after Steve Austin interfered as the referee was knocked out and hit the Stunner; after the bout, Angle chased Austin backstage where Austin drove off in his pickup truck
WWF IC Champion Lance Storm & WCW US Champion Kanyon defeated Edge & Christian at 5:28 when Storm pinned Edge after Edge suffered Kanyon's Flatliner onto the US title belt
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion X-Pac pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman at 3:53 with the X-Factor to win the title as Kidman came off the top; both title belts were on the line in the contest
The Undertaker (w/ Sara) & Kane defeated the Dudley Boyz in a tables match at 4:55 when Taker hit a chokeslam on Bubba Ray off the top through a table set up in the ring

8/6/01; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
8/6/01:
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam defeated Kane
Torrie Wilson & Stacy Keibler defeated Jackie in a handicap match when Ivory interfered
Tajiri pinned WWF Light Heavyweight & WCW Cruiserweight Champion X-Pac to win the WWF title
Kurt Angle & Chris Jericho defeated the Dudley Boyz
WWF IC Champion Lance Storm defeated Christian
WWF World Champion Steve Austin defeated WWF European Champion Matt Hardy in a non-title match
The Rock pinned Shane McMahon in a streetfight at 8:19 with the Rock Bottom, despite interference from WCW World Champion Booker T; after the bout, Booker attacked the Rock and hit him with the title belt before Shane hit an elbow drop off the top, putting Rock through the announce table (The Rock: Just Bring It)

8/13/01; Chicago, IL; AllState Arena
8/13/01:
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Tajiri (w/ William Regal) pinned Albert (w/ X-Pac) with a kick to the head at 2:25 after spraying mist in his face
Edge & Christian defeated WWF IC Champion Lance Storm & Justin Credible at 2:27 when Edge pinned Credible with a DDT after Credible accidentally superkicked his own partner
WCW Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & Kane defeated Shawn O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo in a steel cage match at 4:13 with a double pin after sending their bloody opponents into the steel fence
Test pinned Spike Dudley at 1:48 with a boot to the face; the Acolytes made the save after the match and won a brawl with the Dudley Boyz
Jeff Hardy pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam with the Swanton to win the title at the 3:24 mark following an Olympic Slam from Kurt Angle; RVD's original opponent was Angle but he had Tommy Dreamer in the ankle lock at the time of the decision
WCW World Champion Booker T & Rhyno (w/ Shane & Stephanie McMahon) defeated the Rock & Chris Jericho at 8:46 when Rhyno pinned Jericho with a low blow and roll up as Jericho attempted to apply the Walls of Jericho on Stephanie; Booker gave Rock the Book End onto a steel chair after the match

8/20/01; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena
8/20/01:
Lita, Molly Holly, & Jackie defeated Ivory, Stacy Kiebler, & Torrie Wilson at 3:44 when Jackie pinned Ivory with a Tornado DDT
The Acolytes, the Big Show, Billy Gunn, Scotty 2 Hotty, & Spike Dudley defeated Sean O'Haire, Chuck Palumbo, Hugh Morrus, Tommy Dreamer, and the Dudley Boyz at 5:26 when Show pinned Dreamer with the chokeslam
WWF European Champion Matt Hardy pinned Christian at 2:37 by reversing an attempt at the Unprettier and hitting the Twist of Fate
Test (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Chris Jericho at 2:33 with the boot to the face after Jericho chased Stephanie into the ring after fending off Rhyno on the floor
WCW World Champion the Rock pinned Lance Storm at 3:07 with the Rock Bottom
Tajiri defeated Booker T via disqualification at 2:42 when Booker went out of control, shoved the referee, and began choking his opponent
Sara (w/ the Undertaker) pinned Diamond Dallas Page at the 1-minute mark after the Undertaker hit a chokeslam on the floor

8/27/01; Grand Rapids, MI; Van Andel Arena
8/27/01:
The Undertaker defeated Albert
The Hurricane pinned WWF European Champion Matt Hardy (w/ Lita) with the Nightmare on Helms Street to win the title after Ivory came ringside, hit Lita in the back of the knee with a crowbar, and hit the champion in the face with the same weapon
Test defeated Bradshaw
WCW World Champion the Rock defeated Rhyno
Hugh Morrus defeated WWF IC Champion Edge via disqualification
The Big Show defeated Booker T via disqualification
Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam & Tazz

9/3/01; Toronto, Ontario; Air Canada Centre
9/3/01 - Vince Carter and Jerome Williams of the Toronto Rapters were in attendance; featured footage of the WrestleMania 18 press conference from earlier in the day with appearances from many of the top stars; included WCW US Champion Kanyon at WWF New York; featured an in-ring promo by Stephanie McMahon in which she had WWF World Champion Steve Austin come out to present him with a brand new black pickup truck; moments later, Austin went backstage to take a look at the truck and was eventually assaulted from behind by Kurt Angle, who then drove off with Austin in the pickup; Angle was later shown threatening to tie Austin to a cement brick and throw him off a bridge into a river; after intimidating a blindfolded Austin for several minutes, Austin agreed to give Angle a rematch for the title at Unforgiven; Angle then shoved Austin backwards into a kiddie pool, with Austin thinking he had fallen into the river:
WWF & WCW Tag Team Champion the Undertaker defeated Test via disqualification at 4:55 when Steven Richards interfered and hit the Steven Kick as Taker had Test set up for the powerbomb; after the match, Taker scared Richards from the ring but sustained Test's boot to the face (Richards' surprise return after a 2-month absence)
The Dudley Boyz defeated the Big Show & Tajiri at 3:19 when Bubba Ray pinned Tajiri following the 3D after D-Von avoided Tajiri's handspring elbow; moments earlier, Torrie Wilson - who came ringside during the match - was knocked off the apron and Tajiri accidentally sprayed his partner in the eyes with green mist; after the match, Show carried Torrie backstage before returning to save his partner after Tajiri sustained a powerbomb off the top through a table set up in the ring; due to pre-match stipulations, the Dudleyz became the #1 contenders to the WWF Tag Team Championship
Spike Dudley (w/ Molly Holly) pinned Shawn Stasiak (w/ Stacy Keibler) with the Dudley Dog at 1:52; after the match, Molly hit the handspring elbow on Stacy after Stacy began arguing with Spike
WCW World Champion the Rock pinned Christian with the Rock Bottom at 5:40 after Christian collided into Booker T on the apron; Booker gave the ring introductions for both men and he and Shane McMahon, the guest time keeper, remained at ringside for the duration of the contest - interfering at every opportunity against the champion; after the contest, the Acolytes saved Rock from Shane and Booker T by chasing them into the crowd
WWF European Champion the Hurricane & Ivory defeated Matt Hardy & Lita when Hurricane pinned Hardy with the Nightmare on Helms Street at 2:42 after Hardy collided with Perry Saturn on the apron; earlier in the evening, the Hurricane told Saturn that Hardy had something to do with the disappearance of Moppy; after the match, Saturn attacked the Hurricane and hit an overhead belly to belly suplex
WWF IC Champion Edge pinned Lance Storm with a modified victory roll at 4:15; after the match, Storm continued to attack the champion and his injured leg until Christian held Storm off from the ring with a steel chair; moments thereafter, Christian hit his brother over the head with the chair, dropped the King of the Ring trophy across Edge's chest, and hit a con-chair-two until several referees swarmed the ring
Chris Jericho & Jeff Hardy defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam & Rhyno at 3:51 when Jericho pinned RVD by blocking a waistlock suplex into a roll up (Hardy's return from injury)

9/10/01; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum
9/10/01:
Christian pinned Billy Gunn after a chair shot
Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Ivory, Lance Storm, & Hurricane Helms when Lita pinned Ivory with the moonsault after Matt hit the Twist of Fate
Chris Jericho & the Acolytes defeated Rhyno & the Dudley Boyz when Jericho pinned Rhyno following the Clothesline from Hell by Bradshaw
Booker T pinned the Undertaker after Steven Richards interfered; after the bout, Kronik sent the Undertaker through the announce table at ringside
Tajiri (w/ Torrie Wilson) pinned WCW US Champion Kanyon to win the title after spraying green mist into his face
Kurt Angle defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam via submission with the ankle lock, applied on the entrance way, to win the title
Rob Van Dam pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Kurt Angle to win the title after Steve Austin attacked Angle from behind, threw him off the stage, and threw RVD off as well - who eventually covered Angle and got the win
WCW World Champion the Rock defeated Test & Stephanie McMahon in a handicap match by pinning Test with the Rock Bottom after Stephanie accidentally knocked down an interfering Booker T

9/17/01; Nashville, TN; Gaylord Entertainment Center
9/17/01:
The Dudley Boyz defeated WWF / WCW Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & Kane to win the WWF tag team titles after Kronik interfered
Lance Storm defeated Jeff Hardy
Perry Saturn defeated Shawn Stasiak
Booker T & Shane McMahon defeated Tazz
WWF European Champion the Hurricane defeated Spike Dudley
Christian defeated WCW US Champion Tajiri via disqualification
Test & Stephanie McMahon defeated WCW World Champion the Rock in a non-title handicap match
Kurt Angle & Chris Jericho defeated WWF World Champion Steve Austin & WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam when Angle pinned Austin with the Olympic Slam

9/24/01; Columbus, OH; Nationwide Arena
9/24/01:
Bradshaw, WCW Tag Team Champions the Undertaker & Kane defeated Test & WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz at 4:54 when the Taker pinned D-Von Dudley with the powerbomb
Tazz (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated Tajiri (w/ Torrie Wilson) via submission with the Tazzmission at 2:16 while the females began fighting on the floor
WCW US Champion Rhyno pinned Jeff Hardy at 3:36 with the Gore as Hardy came off the top
The Big Show, Spike Dudley, & Molly Holly defeated WWF European Champion the Hurricane, Lance Storm, & Ivory at 4:20 when Molly pinned Storm with a Molly-Go-Round off of Show's shoulders
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle defeated Booker T via submission with the ankle lock at 8:56 after reversing a waist lock into a single leg takedown
Chris Jericho defeated WWF IC Champion Christian via disqualification at 2:33 when Christian hit the challenger with the time keeper's bell as Jericho attempted a springboard dropkick; after the match, Jericho locked Christian in the Walls of Jericho until several referees pulled him off
Kanyon pinned Matt Hardy at 4:04 with the Flatliner after blocking the Twist of Fate and sending Hardy into Lita on the ring apron, knocking her to the floor
William Regal pinned WWF Light Heavyweight / WCW Cruiserweight Champion X-Pac in a non-title match at 2:27 with the modified neckbreaker
WCW World Champion the Rock pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam (w/ Stephanie McMahon) with the Rock Bottom at 8:21 after Stephanie accidentally pushed the referee into the ring ropes, dropping RVD crotch-first on the top turnbuckle as he attempted to hit the Five Star Frog Splash; only the WCW World Title was on the line (The Rock: Just Bring It)

RAW

10/1/01; Baton Rouge, LA; Riverside Complex
10/1/01:
WWF European Champion the Hurricane pinned Spike Dudley at 2:15 with the Eye of the Hurricane after Mike Awesome interfered and prevented the Dudley Dogg
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam, Booker T, & Test defeated Chris Jericho, the Undertaker, & Kane at 6:55 when RVD pinned Jericho after hitting a kick off the top rope as Jericho had Booker caught in the Walls of Jericho
WCW World Champion the Rock defeated the Dudley Boyz in a handicap tables match at 8:00 after hitting the Rock Bottom on Bubba Ray through a table; late in the contest, Shane McMahon interfered and sent the champion through the table; when WCW substitute referee Charles Robinson attempted to stop the match and award the Dudleyz with the WCW Championship, WWF referee Mike Chioda prevented him from doing so by knocking Robinson out with a right hand
Tazz & Stacy Keibler defeated Tajiri & Torrie Wilson when Stacy pinned Torrie after Ivory interfered and hit a DDT on Torrie at 2:21
William Regal defeated Lance Storm via submission with the Regal Stretch at 1:35; after the bout, Paul Heyman read Regal a fax he received earlier in the night from Steve Austin in which Austin demanded Regal strip Kurt Angle of the title or at least make Austin the #1 contender; in response to the fax, Regal punched Heyman in the face
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle defeated Shane McMahon (w/ Rob Van Dam) via submission with the ankle lock, despite interference from RVD at 7:48; late in the contest, Van Dam hit the Five Star Frog Splash on the champion from the apron to the floor

10/8/01; Indianapolis, IN; Conseco Fieldhouse
10/8/01:
The Big Show, Spike Dudley, & Tajiri (w/ Torrie Wilson) defeated Tazz & the Dudley Boyz (w/ Stacy Keibler) at 1:36 when Tajiri pinned Tazz with a kick to the face; after the match, the Dudley Boyz put Torrie through a table as Tazz held Tajiri back and made him watch; moments thereafter, medics, referees, and William Regal came out to check on Torrie
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w / Lita) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Booker T & Test to win the titles at 3:40 when Jeff pinned Booker with the Swanton after the Undertaker interfered and hit the powerbomb on Booker; moments prior, Lita and Matt battled and interfering Test into the crowd
Edge defeated WCW US Champion Rhyno via disqualification at 2:29 when Christian, who was doing guest commentary for the bout, prevented the pin following the challenger's DDT; after the match, Edge avoided an attack from Rhyno and hit the spear on Christian
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam & Shane McMahon defeated WCW World Champion the Rock & Chris Jericho at 7:38 when RVD pinned the Rock after Jericho, who had become blinded from bleeding from the face, accidentally hit his partner with a steel chair after Shane ducked the blow
WWF Light Heavyweight / WCW Cruiserweight Champion X-Pac pinned Scotty 2 Hotty with the X-Factor at 3:31 after gouging the challenger in the eyes; only the WWF belt was on the line
Molly Holly pinned Lita with a reversal into a bridge at 2:42; after the match, the Hurricane came ringside to congratulate Molly on her win
Steve Austin pinned WWF World Champion Kurt Angle to win the title at 17:18 with the Stunner moments after Commissioner William Regal hit Angle with the title belt; prior to the contest, Regal came ringside and sent Austin's wife and valet Debra backstage in order to ensure the match was kept one-on-one

10/15/01; Ottawa, Ontario; Corel Centre
10/15/01 - included Edge informing Christian backstage that the police called and said that their mother had been in an accident; as the two prepared to leave the building, they were met by Kanyon, Chuck Palumbo, and Hugh Morrus of the Alliance; while Edge argued with them, Christian attacked his brother from behind, officially joining the Alliance and showing that the whole scenario was a setup:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated the Big Show in a non-title handicap match when D-Von scored the pin after Bubba used one of the title belts as a weapon
The Acolytes & Jackie defeated the Hurricane, Lance Storm, & Molly Holly (w/ Ivory) when Bradshaw pinned the Hurricane with the Clothesline from Hell
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam defeated WCW World Champion the Rock via disqualification when Chris Jericho crotched RVD on the top rope as the challenger attempted the Five Star Frog Splash; after the match, RVD and Rhyno double team the Rock as Jericho returns to the announce table
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman pinned Tazz in a non-title match with a roll up after a modified face buster
Chris Jericho defeated WCW US Champion Rhyno via disqualification in a non-title match when Mike Awesome, Raven, and Stephanie McMahon interfered as Jericho had the Walls of Jericho applied; after the match, the Rock cleared the ring of the Alliance members and hit the Rock Bottom on Jericho
Edge pinned WWF Light Heavyweight Champion X-Pac in a non-title match at 4:24 by avoiding the X-Factor and hitting the DDT; immediately after the match, Jim Ross privately alerted Edge that his mother had been in an accident - which turned out to be a ruse by Christian as he and a host of Alliance members attacked Edge backstage
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & Booker T defeated Kurt Angle & the Undertaker at 11:00 when Austin pinned Angle after Rob Van Dam interfered and hit the Five Star Frog Splash on Angle; in the latter moments of the match, both Kane and Test interfered - with both men along with Taker and Booker eventually battling into the crowd; prior to coming off the top, RVD hesitated regarding who to drop the Five Star Frog Splash on, Angle or Austin

10/22/01; Kansas City, MO; Kemper Arena
10/22/01:
Lita & Trish Stratus defeated Ivory & Molly Holly when Lita pinned Ivory with the Twist of Fate and moonsault at 4:20
Tajiri (w/ Torrie Wilson) pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman to win the title at 5:08 following a kick to the face
Kurt Angle defeated WCW US Champion Rhyno to win the title via submission to the ankle lock at 11:29
Bradshaw pinned WWF European Champion the Hurricane with the Clothesline from Hell to win the title at 3:08
The Undertaker & Kane defeated Booker T & Test at 8:10 when Kane pinned Test with the tombstone after the Undertaker kicked Test in the face
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam pinned the Big Show at 4:44 after spraying the challenger with a fire extinguisher, hitting the Van Daminator, and finishing with the Five Star Frog Splash
WCW World Champion Chris Jericho & the Rock defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz to win the titles at 7:46 when Rock pinned D-Von with the Rock Bottom after Jericho prevented the champions from using the 3D

10/29/01; Louisville, KY; Freedom Hall
10/29/01 - included Shane & Stephanie McMahon interrupting an in-ring promo by Vince McMahon and his Survivor Series team in which Shane said a member of the WWF team would be defecting later in the night to join the Alliance:
WWF IC Champion Edge pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam with the DDT at 5:26 after avoiding the Five Star Frog Splash; only the IC title was on the line
The Hurricane & Molly Holly defeated Tajiri & Torrie Wilson at 2:38 when Molly pinned Torrie with a roll up and using the tights for leverage as the Hurricane was caught in Tajiri's Tarantula
WWF Tag Team Champions - WCW World Champion Chris Jericho & the Rock defeated Booker T & Test at 8:05 when Test submitted to Jericho's Walls of Jericho; late in the contest, the champions came to blows
Lita (w/ Matt Hardy) pinned Stacy Keibler with the Twist of Fate at 2:46; late in the contest, Hardy accidentally hit Lita with an elbow - which she took exception to after the match
WCW US Champion Kurt Angle defeated William Regal via submission with the ankle lock at 3:25
WCW Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated the Undertaker & Kane at 4:56 when D-Von pinned Kane with the 3D after the Undertaker was knocked off the top rope while attempting the armbar blow off the top
Shane McMahon pinned Vince McMahon in a streetfight following a Stunner from Steve Austin at 11:09; late in the contest, the match saw interference from Test, Booker T, the Undertaker, Kane, William Regal, the Rock, Chris Jericho, Steve Austin, and Kurt Angle; the ensuing brawl saw Angle attack his WWF teammates with a steel chair, thus officially joining the Alliance

11/5/01; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
11/5/01:
Ivory pinned Lita at 4:03 with a facebuster after Lita became distracted by Lance Storm at ringside; Matt Hardy came down during the closing moments of the match to counter Storm�s interference
Test pinned WWF IC Champion Edge to win the title at 5:26 with a roll up and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage
WWF European Champion Christian pinned the Hurricane at 3:09 with the Unprettier after avoiding the Nightmare on Helms Street by pushing the challenger into the turnbuckle
The Undertaker defeated WCW US Champion Kurt Angle via disqualification at 8:37 when Steve Austin interfered and hit the Stunner on the challenger as the Undertaker had the ankle lock applied on Angle
The Acolytes & Jackie defeated the Dudley Boyz & Stacy Keibler in a tables match at 4:26 when a spinebuster from Farooq put Bubba Ray through a table
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam fought Booker T to a no contest at 2:25 when Tajiri attacked William Regal at the announce table, which prompted Booker to make the save, while the Big Show entered the ring and hit the chokeslam on RVD; after the match, Show carried Tajiri backstage
The Rock pinned WCW World Champion Chris Jericho to win the title at 15:03 with an inside cradle as the champion attempted to apply the Walls of Jericho; after the bout, Jericho hit Rock in the head with the title belt before twice hitting the champion with a steel chair (Rebellion 01)

11/12/01; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
11/12/01 - included Mick Foley announcing the US / IC unification match and the WWF / WCW tag team title steel cage unification match for Survivor Series:
Edge pinned WCW US Champion Kurt Angle with the spear to win the title after the champion was distracted by Kane�s music and pyro, which were used as a ruse
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Booker T & Test to win the titles when Matt pinned Booker with a roll up after Lita interfered and hit a hurricanrana off the top on Booker
WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned Tazz in a non-title match with the Stunner after countering the Tazzmission with a low blow
Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert fought WCW Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz (w/ Stacy Keibler) to a no contest when the challengers tossed the Dudleyz to the floor, Albert depantsed Stacy, and both he and Scotty attempted to hit the double Worm on Stacy until she was pulled out of the ring by the champions
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam pinned the Undertaker with the Five Star Frog Splash immediately after the challenger hit a superplex on an interfering Booker T
The Big Show pinned Christian after punching a steel chair into Christian�s face after knocking an interfering Diamond Dallas Page off the ring apron; after the match, Show suffered the Diamond Cutter and had a table broken over him by the Dudley Boyz before the Acolytes made the save
The Rock defeated William Regal via submission with the Sharpshooter after Tajiri came ringside and spewed green mist into Regal�s face; after the contest, the Rock and Steve Austin had an in-ring confrontation where they sang �Margarittaville� before the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on the WWF World Champion; as the show came to an end, Rock and Jericho held Austin and Angle off from the ring

11/19/01; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
11/19/01 - featured Ric Flair's return to the WWF after more than a 9 year absence:
WWF Women's Champion Trish Stratus pinned Lita (w/ Matt Hardy) with a backslide after Hardy rolled the challenger back into the ring
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam in a non-title tables match following two 3Ds after RVD missed the Five Star Frog Splash
WCW World Champion the Rock pinned Kurt Angle by countering an attempt at the ankle lock into a roll up; after the bout, Chris Jericho attacked the champion and twice locked him in the Walls of Jericho until referees were able to break the hold
Kane defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification after sustaining a chair shot; after the bout, Jericho continued to attack his opponent
William Regal defeated Tazz via submission with the Regal Stretch

11/26/01; Oklahoma City, OK
11/26/01 - included the Undertaker turning heel by forcing Jim Ross to literally kiss Vince McMahon's ass:
WWF European Champion Christian pinned Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) after the champion shoved Matt Hardy, who came ringside midway through the contest, into the ring post - thus causing Jeff to fall off the top
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam pinned WWF Tag Team Champion D-Von Dudley with the Five Star Frog Splash after blocking an attempted superplex and knocking the challenger off the top onto a steel chair laid out in the ring
WWF Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Stacy Keibler in a bra & panties match
WWF IC Champion Edge defeated Test via disqualification when the challenger pulled the referee in the way of Edge's spear; after the bout, Albert & Scotty 2 Hotty made the save
William Regal pinned the Big Show by hitting him with brass knuckles after Show knocked an interfering Booker T off the ring apron
WCW World Champion the Rock & Kane defeated Kurt Angle & Chris Jericho when the Rock pinned Jericho by blocking Jericho's attempt at the Rock Bottom and countering with a DDT; after the bout, the Rock hit the Rock Bottom once Jericho made it to his feet; Angle pulled his partner from the ring before the Rock could use a chair on Jericho

12/3/01; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center
12/3/01:
Kane pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ D-Von Dudley) with the chokeslam after avoiding a belt shot and kicking an interfering D-Von Dudley in the face; after the bout, the Big Show made the save after Kane sustained the 3D
Albert pinned Test with the Baldo Bomb after Scotty 2 Hotty, who was doing guest commentary for the bout, prevented Test from using a steel chair and hit him in the head with the same chair
Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) defeated Spike Dudley & Tajiri (w/ Torrie Wilson) when Jeff pinned Spike with the Swanton; after the bout, the Hardyz argued with one another
WWF World Champion Steve Austin pinned Chris Jericho in a non-title match with the Stunner after avoiding the Lionsault; after the match, Booker T was shown outside the arena stealing Austin's truck
WWF Hardcore Champion Rob Van Dam pinned WWF European Champion Christian with the Van Daminator and Five Star Frog Splash; only the Hardcore title was on the line
William Regal pinned Bradshaw after hitting him with brass knuckles; after the bout, Edge attacked Regal on the stage until officials broke it up
WCW World Champion the Rock & WWF Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Kurt Angle & Vince McMahon when the Rock pinned Angle with the Rock Bottom after Steve Austin came ringside, attacked McMahon on the floor, and dropped Angle throat-first across the top rope; due to prematch stipulations, McMahon would be forced to kiss the Rock's ass on Smackdown! or Angle would be out of the main event at Vengeance

12/10/01; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
12/10/01:
WWF Hardcore Champion the Undertaker pinned Spike Dudley with a powerbomb onto a trash can laid out in the ring; after the bout, the champion sent Spike out of the ring to the floor with a chokeslam
Rikishi defeated Kurt Angle via count-out when Angle walked out of the match to avoid the Stinkface; after the bout, Angle attacked Rikishi from behind before receiving the Stinkface; moments afterafter, Angle retalliated by brutally attacking his opponent with a steel chair
William Regal pinned Kane after a brass knuckles blow to the ribs and head
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated the Rock & WWF Women's Champion Trish Stratus when Bubba Ray pinned Trish with the 3D as the Rock battled an interfering Test on the floor; after the bout, Test laid the Rock out inside the ring
Matt Hardy defeated Lita & Jeff Hardy in a handicap match by pinning Lita with a roll up
The Big Show pinned Lance Storm with the chokeslam; had Storm won the match, he would have earned a WWF contract
WWF World Champion Chris Jericho defeated Steve Austin in a steel cage match by crawling out the door after Booker T interfered and slammed the door into the challenger's face as Austin attempted to escape

12/17/01; Lafayette, LA; CajunDome
12/17/01:
WWF Hardcore Champion the Undertaker pinned Jeff Hardy (w/ Lita) with the powerbomb after intimidating Lita to the point where she didn't interfere on behalf of the challenger; after the bout, the Undertaker sent both Jeff and Lita off the stage
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert when D-Von pinned Scotty with the 3D
WWF European Champion Christian pinned Tazz with the Unprettier after a low blow; after the bout, the champion attempted to further attack Tazz by using the title belt but was choked out by the challenger
Lance Storm defeated the Rock via count-out after Test interfered and hit the boot to the face on the Rock while on the floor; after the bout, the Rock attempted to shake hands with Storm for a good contest but ended up hitting the Rock Bottom instead; due to prematch stipulations, Storm earned a WWF contract
Kurt Angle & Test defeated WWF IC Champion Edge & Rikishi when Angle pinned Edge with the Olympic Slam after Edge hit the spear on Test; after the bout, the Rock made the save
Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated the Big Show & Tajiri (w/ Torrie Wilson) when Gunn pinned Tajiri with a flapjack after Tajiri accidentally hit the springboard elbow on Torrie, who was on the ring apron
Rob Van Dam defeated WWF World Champion Chris Jericho via disqualification when Vince McMahon, who was doing guest commentary for the match, prevented guest refeferee Ric Flair from making the pinfall following RVD's Five Star Frog Splash; after the bout, Flair and RVD applied simultaneous figure-4 leglocks on McMahon and Jericho

Taped 12/21/01; Miami, FL; American Airlines Arena
12/24/01:
Rikishi defeated Test via disqualification when Test punched the referee; after the bout, Rikishi took Test out with a superkick and Bonzai Drop
Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated the Acolytes when Gunn pinned Bradshaw after Palumbo prevented a fall away slam and held down Bradshaw's feet from outside the ring
Rob Van Dam pinned Lance Storm with the Five Star Frog Splash
Torrie Wilson pinned Stacy Keibler in an Eggnog match in which both women wore Santa costumes
WWF European Champion Christian pinned the Hurricane (w/ Molly Holly) with the Unprettier
Booker T (w/ the Big Bossman) pinned Maven with a flapjack
Tajiri pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ D-Von Dudley) by spraying mist into his opponent's face and following with a kick to the head after Tazz countered interference from D-Von; the two wrestlers competed in Santa outfits
WWF World Champion Chris Jericho defeated the Rock and Kurt Angle in a No DQ, No Count-out match by pinning Rock after the challenger sustained a DDT onto a steel chair from Angle

12/31/01:
Featured a 3-hour special titled "Best of the WWF 2001" showing the best matches of the year as voted for by WWF fans

2002

1/7/02; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
1/7/02 is War - featured a closing segment in which Triple H made his much-hyped return to the ring after being on the DL since 5/21/01:
Rob Van Dam pinned Test with the Van Daminator and the five star frog splash at 3:44
Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert at 3:43 after Gunn hit the Fameasser on Scotty
WWF IC Champion Edge pinned Lance Storm with the DDT at 1:10 (Storm's MSG debut)
Steve Austin & the Rock defeated Booker T & the Big Bossman when Austin pinned Bossman with the Stunner at 8:21
WWF World Champion Chris Jericho pinned Rikishi in a non-title match at 4:27 after hitting him with the title belt; Rikishi kicked out of the cover but referee Nick Patrick made the three count anyway as payback for receiving the Stinkface earlier in the bout
Tazz & Spike Dudley defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz (w/ Stacy Keibler) in a hardcore match to win the titles at 3:45 when Spike pinned Bubba Ray with the Dudley Dog through a table
WWF Women's Champion Trish Stratus fought Terri to a no contest in a wet t-shirt contest when Jazz interfered and attacked Trish; Jerry Lawler was the guest host for the contest

1/14/02; Dallas, TX; American Airlines Arena
1/14/02:
WWF Tag Team Champion Spike Dudley (w/ WWF Tag Team Champion Tazz) pinned Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ Stacy Keibler & D-Von Dudley) with a victory roll after Tazz prevented interference from D-Von
Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated Tajiri & the Hurricane when Palumbo pinned Tajiri with the Jungle Kick
Jazz pinned Jackie with a fisherman�s buster; due to prematch stipulations, Jazz became the #1 contender to the women�s title; Trish Stratus did guest commentary for the bout and, afterwards, she and Jazz had to be held apart at ringside
Kurt Angle pinned Kane by reversing Kane�s ankle lock into a roll up and using the ropes for leverage
William Regal & Test defeated WWF IC Champion Edge & Rob Van Dam when Regal pinned Edge after hitting him with a pair of brass knuckles
Booker T pinned the Big Show after Show hit an exposed turnbuckle
WWF World Champion Chris Jericho, Lance Storm, & Christian defeated Rikishi & the Acolytes when Jericho pinned Farooq with the Breakdown

1/21/02; Greenville, SC; Bi-Lo Center
1/21/02:
Rob Van Dam, WWF Tag Team Champions Tazz & Spike Dudley defeated Booker T & the Dudley Boyz when RVD pinned D-Von with the Five Star Frog Splash immediately after the Dudleyz hit the 3D on Tazz
WWF IC Champion William Regal defeated Edge via disqualification when the challenger was caught using Regal�s own brass knuckles; after the bout, Edge hit referee Nick Patrick with the brass knuckles and knocked down two other referees before leaving the ring
Val Venis fought Mr. Perfect to a no contest when Steve Austin interfered hit Perfect with a steel chair on the floor, and then hit the Stunner on Val; after the bout, Austin cut a promo announcing that, though he didn't win the previous night's Rumble match, he was entering the 2003 Royal Rumble and is preparing to go to WrestleMania X-8 and kick a man's ass
Chuck Palumbo & Billy Gunn defeated Kane & the Big Show when Gunn pinned Show with the Fameasser, as Palumbo held Show�s foot down to prevent a kick-out, moments after Show inadvertently knocked Kane off the top rope
The Rock & Triple H defeated WWF World Champion Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle when Rock pinned Jericho with the Rock Bottom after the champion accidentally hit his partner with the timekeeper�s bell

1/28/02; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
1/28/02 - featured the debut of the Kid Rock 'Lonely Road of Faith' WWF music video in a segment that included Vince McMahon ordering Ric Flair to sell his half of the WWF or he would bring the nWo into the company:
Kane pinned the Big Show with a boot to the face and the chokeslam
Rob Van Dam defeated WWF IC Champion William Regal via disqualification after Regal hit a low blow; after the bout, both RVD and Edge were beaten down by Regal and the Dudley Boyz
Diamond Dallas Page & the Godfather defeated Lance Storm & Christian after DDP hit the Diamond Cutter on Storm and Godfather hit the Ho Train on Christian
WWF World Champion Chris Jericho defeated Maven via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 3:22; after the bout, the Undertaker brutally assaulted Maven as payback for his elimination in the Royal Rumble match while Jericho joined the commentary team for the rest of the segment
Billy Gunn, Chuck Palumbo, & Jazz defeated the Acolytes & WWF Women's Champion Trish Stratus when Palumbo pinned Trish with a powerbomb
Booker T pinned Triple H with a roll up after sending him into Stephanie McMahon on the ring apron; Stephanie came ringside late in the bout after Christian interfered on behalf of Booker
Steve Austin pinned Kurt Angle with the Stunner after Angle mistakenly believed he had won the bout; after the match, Chris Jericho came to the ring and attempted to attack Austin from behind but also sustained a Stunner; due to prematch stipulations, Austin earned a world title shot for No Way Out

2/4/02; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center
2/4/02 - included a backstage segment in which Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo challenged Torrie Wilson & Stacy Keibler to a posedown contest for Smackdown!; featured the announcement that Triple H would face Kurt Angle at No Way Out with the WrestleMania world title shot on the line; included an in-ring segment in which Vince McMahon called out Ric Flair to confront him for not selling his stock during the previous week's Smackdown!, with Flair saying it was because of the fans that he refused to sell out to McMahon; moments later, Vince alluded to the fact that the nWo would appear at No Way Out while a pretaped shot of Hogan, Hall, & Nash appeared on the Titantron; featured WWF European Champion Diamond Dallas Page at WWF New York; included an in-ring segment in which Stephanie McMahon said that, to prove to the world that they really did love each other, she and Triple H would renew their wedding vows the following Monday; Triple H responded by saying it was a dumb idea and it didn't need to be on live TV, even if it did happen; moments later, after she started to cry, Stephanie admitted that she was pregnant; after some hesitation, Triple H became estatic upon hearing the news:
Triple H defeated Booker T via disqualification at around the 2:30 mark when Kurt Angle interfered and broke Triple H's cover after he hit the Pedigree on Booker; prior to the bout, Triple H grabbed the microphone and called Angle out but Booker appeared instead, leading to the impromptu match
Rob Van Dam pinned Bubba Ray Dudley with the Five Star Frog Splash at 3:23; D-Von Dudley & Stacy Keibler were in Bubba's corner early on but were sent backstage after attempting to interfere; after the bout, a Goldust vignette appeared on the Titantron in which he cut a promo on RVD; with Van Dam distracted by the video, Goldust attacked RVD inside the ring, eventually hitting him with the Shattered Dreams followed by a neckbreaker
WWF Tag Team Champions Tazz & Spike Dudley defeated the Acolytes and Chuck Palumbo & Billy Gunn in an elimination match at 4:48; Gunn pinned Bradshaw with the Fameasser at 4:24; Spike pinned Gunn with the Dudley Dog after the APA interfered
WWF IC Champion William Regal defeated Rikishi via disqualification at 4:06 when Edge attacked the champion and bloodied his face as Regal went to pull a pair of brass knuckles out of his tights; after the bout, Edge was ejected from ringside by several officials while Regal sustained the Stinkface inside the ring
Jazz pinned WWF Women's Champion Trish Stratus to win the title at 3:39 with a fisherman buster after reversing the champion's bulldog attempt into a back suplex
WWF World Champion Chris Jericho & the Undertaker defeated Steve Austin & the Rock at 13:25 when Jericho pinned Rock after Taker hit Rock in the head with a steel pipe; prior to the Undertaker's entrance, a fan attacked Jericho at ringside, with the camera quickly cutting away as the man was pulled away by security

2/11/02; Jonesboro, AR; Convocation Center
2/11/02:
WWF World Champion Chris Jericho pinned Edge in a non-title match at 3:57
Goldust defeated Rikishi via disqualification when Rob Van Dam interfered at 1:31
Kurt Angle defeated the Godfather via submission with the ankle lock at 1:10
Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker via disqualification at 4:49 when WWF World Champion Chris Jericho interfered
Booker T pinned Tazz at 2:13
Stacy Keibler pinned Torrie Wilson in a bikini match at 1:17
Rob Van Dam pinned Christian at 6:28

2/18/02; Chicago, IL; AllState Arena
2/18/02:
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Lance Storm & Christian
Kane defeated Mr. Perfect
Booker T defeated the Godfather
Rob Van Dam & Edge defeated Goldust & WWF IC Champion William Regal
Triple H pinned Kurt Angle; due to prematch stipulations, Triple H regained his world title shot for WrestleMania

2/25/02; Providence, RI; Dunkin Donuts Arena
2/25/02:
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy
Rob Van Dam defeated the Big Show and Lance Storm by pinning Show with the Five Star Frog Splash; due to prematch stipulations, RVD earned an IC title shot for WrestleMania
Booker T defeated Rikishi
WWF Women's Champion Jazz defeated Molly Holly
WWF World Champion Chris Jericho (w/ Stephanie McMahon) pinned Kurt Angle with the Break Down after Kane came out of the crowd and threw the challenger back inside the ring
Steve Austin defeated Mr. Perfect

3/4/02; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center
3/4/02:
Steve Austin fought Booker T to a no contest at around 2:23 when Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, & Kevin Nash attacked Austin
Mr. Perfect & Test defeated Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert at 2:18 when Perfect pinned Scotty with the Perfect Plex
WWF Hardcore Champion Goldust pinned Tazz at 2:09; Jackie was the special referee for the bout
WWF Women's Champion Jazz defeated Trish Stratus via disqualification at 3:15
Rob Van Dam pinned Lance Storm at 5:43
Scott Hall pinned Spike Dudley with the Razor's Edge at 2:32
Kurt Angle defeated Triple H in a steel cage match at 15:34 by escaping the cage after Stephanie McMahon interfered

3/11/02; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
3/11/02:
Rob Van Dam, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated William Regal & the Dudley Boyz at 3:52 when RVD pinned Regal
Test pinned Rikishi at 1:57
Al Snow pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Goldust to win the title at 1:01
Kurt Angle & Booker T defeated Edge & the Big Show at 4:38 when Show submitted to Angle's ankle lock
Christian pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn at 2:08 after Diamond Dallas Page interfered and hit the Diamond Cutter on Gunn; after the match, Christian attacked DDP
WWF Women's Champion Jazz & Stacy Keibler defeated Lita & Trish Stratus at 2:24 when Jazz pinned Lita
Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, & Kevin Nash defeated the Rock & Steve Austin in a handicap match when Hogan pinned the Rock with the legdrop at 9:13 (nWo - Back in Black)

3/18/02; Montreal, Quebec; Molson Centre
3/18/02:
WWF IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated Christian
Lita pinned Trish Stratus with a moonsault; after the match, Jazz and Ivory attacked Trish and Lita
Edge & Kane defeated Kurt Angle & Booker T when Edge pinned Angle with the DDT
WWF Hardcore Champion Maven fought Al Snow to a no contest
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated the Dudley Boyz
Hulk Hogan & the Rock defeated Kevin Nash & Scott Hall via count-out when they refused to return to the ring

3/25/02; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
3/25/02:
Tazz defeated Mr. Perfect via submission with the Tazzmission at 1:51
Booker T & Christian defeated Edge & Diamond Dallas Page at 2:12 when Booker pinned DDP with the scissors kick, moments after DDP sustained the Unprettier
Trish Stratus pinned Ivory at 2:11
Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, & X-Pac defeated Hulk Hogan & the Rock via disqualification in a handicap match at 5:03 when Kane interfered and attacked the nWo members
Jeff Hardy pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn at 1:51
WWF IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated Kurt Angle via disqualification at 2:53
WWF World Champion Triple H defeated Chris Jericho and Stephanie McMahon in a handicap match at 8:07 by pinning Stephanie with a spinebuster; due to pre-match stipulations which stated that if Stephanie were pinned she would be forced out of the WWF, Stephanie had to leave the company; after the bout, Triple H called for security to remove Stephanie from ringside; she fought back, grabbing onto the ring post and the ring ropes, but was eventually dragged backstage as the champion prompted the crowd to sing Stephanie goodbye

4/1/02; Albany, NY; Pepsi Arena
4/1/02 - included Ric Flair presenting Triple H with the new heavyweight title belt in a segment that featured a confrontation between the champion and the Undertaker; also included Steve Austin singing a contract to become exclusive to the Raw brand in a segment that saw Austin hit the Stunner on both Vince McMahon and Ric Flair:
WWF IC Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Booker T with the Five Star Frog Splash at 6:40 after blocking an attmepted superplex and knocking the challenger off the top; after the match, Eddie Guerrero made his return to the WWF by attacking RVD and hitting his version of the frog splash
Spike Dudley pinned WWF European Champion William Regal in a non-title match at 3:44 with the Dudley Dog as Regal searched for his brass knuckles
Bubba Ray Dudley pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Raven to win the title with the Bubba Bomb at 4:07
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Mr. Perfect & the Big Bossman at 3:54 when Jeff pinned the Bossman with the Twist of Fate / Swanton combo; after the match, Brock Lesnar destroyed the Hardyz
Trish Stratus defeated Terri in a paddle on a pole match at 1:16; after the bout, Molly Holly attacked Trish as Trish attempted to use the paddle on Terri
Kane defeated X-Pac (w/ Scott Hall & Kevin Nash) via disqualification at 5:31 when Hall and Nash interfered as Kane attempted the chokeslam; after the match, Bradshaw made the save for Kane

4/8/02; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
4/8/02:
WWF Hardcore Champion Bubba Ray Dudley pinned Goldust following a powerbomb through a table; the original challenger was Booker T but Goldust intervened in the match, taking advantage of the 24/7 rule
X-Pac pinned Kane in a falls count anywhere match after Scott Hall and Kevin Nash interfered backstage, using a lead pipe, 2X4, and a steel chair as weapons; Bradshaw made the save after the match
Spike Dudley pinned WWF European Champion William Regal to win the title after about 3 seconds by hitting him with brass knuckles that Regal had hidden in the turnbuckle pad
The Undertaker pinned WWF IC Champion Rob Van Dam in a non-title match with the powerbomb after Eddie Guerrero interfered and hit RVD in the back of the head with the title belt; due to pre-match stipulations, the Undertaker advanced to a #1 contender's match at Backlash
Molly Holly pinned Trish Stratus with a leg roll up after Jazz hit Trish with the women�s title belt
The Big Show pinned Mr. Perfect with the chokeslam
Steve Austin pinned Scott Hall (w/ X-Pac) following the Stunner after Bradshaw, X-Pac, the Undertaker, and Ric Flair interfered; due to pre-match stipulations, Austin also advanced to Backlash in the #1 contender match

4/15/02; College Station, TX; Reed Arena
4/15/02:
Raven pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Bubba Ray Dudley to win the title following the DDT
Tommy Dreamer pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Raven to win the title following the DVD
Steven Richards pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Tommy Dreamer to win the title following the superkick
Bubba Ray Dudley pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Steven Richards to win the title following a guitar shot to the head
The Big Show pinned Shawn Stasiak with the chokeslam
Jackie pinned Crash Holly with a flying dropkick and a sunset flip
Eddie Gurrero & William Regal defeated WWF IC Champion Rob Van Dam & WWF European Champion Spike Dudley when Guerrero pinned Spike with the frog splash
Trish Stratus pinned Molly Holly with a roll over to become the #1 contender to the women�s title
Steve Austin & Bradshaw defeated the Undertaker, Scott Hall, & X-Pac in a handicap match when Bradshaw pinned X-Pac with the Clothesline from Hell

4/22/02; St. Louis, MO
4/22/02 - included an in-ring promo by the Undertaker in which he said he would win the world title at Judgment Day; moments later, the Titantron showed Triple H backstage, with the Smackdown! wrestler clearly making his way to the ring; Triple H and Taker then brawled in the ring, around ringside, around the stage, and in the backstage area before Triple H was eventually arrested:
Brock Lesnar defeated Matt Hardy when the referee stopped the match
Rob Van Dam defeated Mr. Perfect
Goldust & Booker T defeated Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley
William Regal defeated Shawn Stasiak
Steve Austin & the Big Show fought Scott Hall & X-Pac to a no contest when Show turned on Austin to join the nWo

4/29/02; Buffalo, NY
4/29/02:
WWF IC Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Jeff Hardy
Rob Van Dam defeated Booker T
Brock Lesnar defeated Shawn Stasiak
Steve Austin & Bradshaw defeated Scott Hall & X-Pac
Steven Richards pinned WWF Hardcore Champion Bubba Ray Dudley to win the title
WWF European Champion Spike Dudley defeated Goldust
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated William Regal via disqualification when the Undertaker interfered and repeatedly jammed Hogan's belt buckle into the champion's face until he became a bloody mess - finishing him off with a chokeslam

5/6/02; Hartford, CT; Civic Center
5/6/02 - featured Hulk Hogan crushing the Undertaker's motorcycle with a mack truck in the backstage area:
WWE Women's Champion Jazz (w/ WWF Hardcore Champion Steven Richards) pinned Trish Stratus in a No DQ match at 3:12 when Richards pulled the referee out of the ring to prevent the pinfall after the challenger hit the bulldog, slid in the ring, and hit the Steven Kick; after the match, Bubba Ray Dudley came to the ring with a referee in hopes of regaining the Hardcore title
Bubba Ray Dudley pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Steven Richards with the Bubba Bomb to win the title
Raven pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Bubba Ray Dudley to win the title after hitting Bubba over the head with a trashcan lid and following with the DDT
Justin Credible pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Raven with the superkick to win the title
Crash Holly pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Justin Credible with a missile dropkick to win the title
Trish Stratus pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Crash Holly to win the title after Bubba Ray hit Crash over the head with a trash can and turned away before making the cover himself
Steven Richards pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Trish Stratus to win the title after Bubba Ray was sprayed in the face with a fire extinguisher by Jazz and, while blinded, hit a powerbomb on Trish through a table set up in the ring - thinking it was Jazz; after the match, Bubba carried Trish backstage
William Regal defeated WWE European Champion Spike Dudley via submission with a half crab at the 37-second mark to win the title; Spike competed with a severely sprained ankle and could barely walk to the ring; after the match, Regal attacked Spike in the aisle as he was being helped backstage by the referee, threw him back into the ring, and reapplied the submission hold until D-Lo Brown made the save
Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned Shawn Stasiak at 2:07 with one foot on the chest after hitting the F5
Rob Van Dam & Jeff Hardy defeated Booker T & WWE IC Champion Eddie Guerrero at 5:43 when RVD pinned Guerrero after Hardy and RVD hit a back-to-back Swanton / Five Star Frog Splash on Guerrero after Hardy tossed an interfering Goldust to the floor
Terri defeated Molly Holly in a swimsuit contest; Jerry Lawler was the guest MC for the event; after the contest, Molly attacked Terri from behind
Steve Austin, Bradshaw, & Ric Flair fought the Big Show, Scott Hall, & X-Pac to a no contest at 13:50 when Flair repeatedly hit Austin with a steel chair after the referee had been knocked out; late in the contest, Show pulled Bradshaw out of the ring after X-Pac sustained the Clothesline from Hell and hit a chokeslam through the announce table; moments thereafter, the bout turned into a one-on-one encounter pitting Austin against Show; moments after the turn, Flair announced that Austin would be facing both he and Show in a handicap match at Judgment Day before applying the figure-4 on Austin - with both Show and Hall adding to the leverage

5/13/02; Toronto, Ontario; Air Canada Centre
5/13/02:
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) via disqualification in a handicap match at 3:28 when Heyman broke the cover as Jeff had Lesnar pinned
WWE IC Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned Shawn Stasiak at 1:08
Molly Holly pinned Terri at 2:27
WWE World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Ric Flair in a No DQ match at 8:46
Trish Stratus & Bubba Ray Dudley defeated WWE Women's Champion Jazz & Steven Richards when Trish pinned Jazz at 4:10; due to pre-match stipulations, Trish won the women's title
X-Pac & the Big Show defeated Bradshaw in a handicap match when X-Pac scored the pin at 4:32
Steve Austin pinned Booker T in a lumberjack match at 5:25

5/20/02; Memphis, TN; Pyramid
5/20/02:
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Big Show & X-Pac
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Jackie
Bubba Ray Dudley defeated WWE European Champion William Regal via disqualification
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Booker T & Goldust
Jerry Lawler defeated Raven via count-out
WWE World Champion the Undertaker pinned Rob Van Dam with the powerbomb; the challenger originally won the match and title with the Rolling Thunder but Ric Flair ordered that the bout continue since the Undertaker's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover and the referee failed to notice; after Flair's decision, Van Dam knocked the Raw owner to the mat only to be met with a kick to the midsection and powerbomb from the champion

5/27/02; Edmonton, Alberta; Skyreach Centre
5/27/02 - featured Chris Benoit's return to TV after being on the shelf since King of the Ring 01:
Spike Dudley & WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated WWE European Champion William Regal & Molly Holly at 3:05 when Trish pinned Molly with a backslide; after the bout, Regal & Molly continued to attack their opponents; both the Women's and European titles were on the line
Terri pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Steven Richards to win the title when, as she was conducting an interview with Richards backstage, a brawl broke out also involving Jackie, the Big Bossman, and Shawn Stasiak; after Richards was beaten down and the other three participants took their battle elsewhere, Terri made the pin
Steven Richards pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Terri with a roll up to win the title as she was celebrating
Booker T & X-Pac defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy at 3:41 when X-Pac pinned Jeff after Jeff sustained the scissors kick and the X-Factor; after the match, Booker had the nWo music cut so he could do the Spinaroonie to his own music
Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned Bubba Ray Dudley at 5:50 with the F5 after Heyman tripped Bubba Ray from the apron
The Big Show pinned Bradshaw at 1:59 with the chokeslam after avoiding a boot to to the chest
Goldust pinned Crash Holly at 1:03 with the Curtain Call; after the match, Kevin Nash came ringside and kicked Crash in the face after Goldust rolled out of the ring; Goldust wrestled the match with the nWo colors painted on his face
Rob Van Dam defeated WWE IC Champion Eddie Guerrero in a ladder match to win the title at 20:27 after kicking the champion off the top rope to the floor; early in the bout, Chris Benoit appeared in the crowd and showed a ticket to security before taking a seat in the front row; after the bout, Benoit helped Steve Austin in holding off Ric Flair and Eddie Guerrero only to attack Austin from behind and help in triple teaming him (Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story, The Ladder Match))

6/3/02; Dallas, TX; American Airlines Arena
6/3/02 - included an opening segment in which Steve Austin challenged Ric Flair to a match as payback for the previous week's attack from Flair, Chris Benoit, and Eddie Guerrero; included the Undertaker brutally attacking Matt Hardy backstage as payback for Jeff Hardy's interference in his match against Tommy Dreamer; featured Shawn Michaels' surprise return to TV as he was introduced by Kevin Nash as the newest member of the nWo:
Bradshaw pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Steven Richards with the Clothesline from Hell at 2:45 to win the title after sending an interfering Spike Dudley to the floor; Jackie was the referee for the bout; after the match, Bradshaw fought off an interfering Justin Credible and Crash Holly
KOTR Qualifying Match: X-Pac pinned Goldust at 3:26 with the X-Factor after blocking Goldust's Bronko Buster with a kick to the groin; X-Pac came to the ring wearing Kane's mask
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus pinned Terri in a lingerie match at 2:16 with a bulldog; after the bout, Trish hit an interfering Molly Holly in the head with the title belt after blocking a brass knuckles punch from Molly with the belt
Eddie Guerrero & Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) defeated WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam & Bubba Ray Dudley at 8:59 when Guerrero pinned RVD with the Frog Splash after Heyman pushed RVD off the top and Lesnar hit the F5
KOTR Qualifying Match: Booker T pinned WWE European Champion William Regal in a non-title match at 3:26 after hitting Regal with the title belt as the referee was busy taking a steel chair away from Regal; after the bout, Booker hit the Spinaroonie
WWE World Champion the Undertaker defeated Tommy Dreamer in a non-title match via submission with the dragon sleeper at 3:00; after the match, the champion poured a pail full of Dreamer's own vomit over Dreamer at ringside until Jeff Hardy ran in the ring and hit a baseball slide - sending Taker chest-first into the vomit
Steve Austin pinned Ric Flair in an 'old time wrestling match' with the Stunner at 14:31; prematch stipulations stated that Austin could not punch Flair, the loser would become the servant of the winner, and that if Austin won he would come off the bench and if he lost he would be indefinately suspended; both Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero interfered mid-way through the bout

6/10/02; Atlanta, GA; Phillips Arena
6/10/02 - this was the episode in which Steve Austin no-showed and, as such, walked out of the company; it also featured the nWo kicking Booker T out of the group:
Booker T, the Big Show, & X-Pac defeated Tommy Dreamer, Spike Dudley, & Shawn Stasiak at 2:50 when Booker pinned Dreamer with the Harlem side kick; after the match, Booker had the nWo music cut so he could do the Spinaroonie to his own music
WWE European Champion William Regal pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Bradshaw at 3:41 after Regal hit Bradshaw with a pair of brass knuckles, thrown in the ring by Christopher Nowinski who sat ringside for the show; following the contest, Regal and Nowinski left ringside together after Nowinski was restrained by security; only the European title was on the line (Nowinski's debut)
Molly Holly pinned WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus in a non-title match with the Molly-Go-Round at 2:27; due to prematch stipulations, Molly earned a Women's title shot for the near future; had Trish won, Molly would have to wrestle the following Raw in a thong; after the match, Molly choked Trish out with a pair of Trish's panties
KOTR Qualifying Match: WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Eddie Guerrero in a non-title match at 9:38 after a series of roll overs
KOTR Qualifying Match: Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned Bubba Ray Dudley at 4:49 with the F5 as Bubba Ray attempted to hit the Bubba Bomb on an interfering Heyman
Vince McMahon pinned Ric Flair in a no holds barred match at 9:03 when Brock Lesnar interfered as Flair had the figure-4 applied, scared Arn Anderson from ringside (Arn was taunting Vince and urging him to submit), and hit the F5 on Flair; due to prematch stipulations, McMahon won ownership of the Raw brand and thus became the sole owner of the WWE; had Flair won, he would have earned McMahon's ownership of Smackdown! and become the sole owner of the WWE

6/17/02; Oakland, CA; Arena
6/17/02 - this episode is notable for the surprise return of the Rock as he made an anti-Steve Austin, pro-WWE speech to close the broadcast:
KOTR Quarter Finals: WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam pinned X-Pac with the Five Star Frog Splash at 6:00 after Booker T interfered and hit the Bookend on X-Pac
Jeff Hardy pinned Raven at 3:48 with the Swanton after knocking Raven off the top rope; the Undertaker watched the contest from the ramp for the duration of the match
Christopher Nowinski (w/ William Regal) pinned Spike Dudley with the full nelson slam at 3:19 after Dudley knocked Regal off the ring apron; after the match, Bradshaw made the save
D-Lo Brown & WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Crash & Molly Holly when D-Lo pinned Crash with the Sky High at 2:46
WWE World Champion the Undertaker pinned Matt Hardy in a non-title match with the powerbomb at 2:11; during the contest, both Jeff Hardy and Raven interfered; after the match, Jeff was handcuffed to the top rope and beaten down by the Undertaker while Raven attacked Matt
KOTR Quarter Finals: Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned Booker T with the F5 at 3:22 after Booker knocked X-Pac and the Big Show off the ring apron; during the match, Shawn Michaels and Kevin Nash did guest commentary while Goldust and the remainder of the NWO were at ringside; after the match, Booker and Goldust were beaten down by the NWO

6/24/02; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
6/24/02 - included an opening segment in which Vince McMahon came out to the ring and confronted the Raw talent, coining the phrase �ruthless aggression�; the segment featured an appearance of Shawn Michaels and Kevin Nash and McMahon making a match for later in the night pitting Booker T & Goldust against X-Pac & the Big Show; included a backstage segment in which Goldust dressed up like the Crocodile Hunter and referred to X-Pac as a swamp rat; included the coronation of Brock Lesnar as the 2002 King of the Ring, which was eventually interrupted by Rob Van Dam:
WWE European Champion William Regal & Christopher Nowinski defeated WWE Hardcore Champion Bradshaw & Spike Dudley when Nowinski pinned Bradshaw with a roll up after throwing Spike to the floor
Eddie Guerrero pinned Bubba Ray Dudley with a hurricanrana into a roll up; after the bout, Bubba Ray hit a powerbomb on Eddie through a table set up in the ring before Chris Benoit came down and locked Bubba Ray in the Crippler Crossface; moments thereafter, several wrestlers came to the ring to make the save
Tommy Dreamer pinned Raven with the DVD; due to pre-match stipulations in which the loser would have to leave Raw, Raven was forced from the building by security
WWE World Champion the Undertaker pinned Jeff Hardy in a non-title match with the powerbomb after hitting a chokeslam on the floor
Trish Stratus & Linda Miles defeated WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Jackie Gayda when Trish pinned Molly with the bulldog
X-Pac & the Big Show defeated Booker T & Goldust when Show pinned Goldust with the chokeslam as Goldust attempted the Shattered Dreams
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) via disqualification when Heyman broke the pinfall after the champion hit a moonsault; after the bout, RVD hit the Van Daminator on Lesnar and the Five Star Frog Splash on Heyman before Lesnar powerbombed him through the announce table

7/1/02; Manchester, NH; Verizon Wireless Arena
7/1/02:
Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned Ric Flair in an impromptu match with the F5 after Flair knocked Heyman off the apron
Christopher Nowinski pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Bradshaw in a non-title match after hitting him with a cow bell
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam pinned WWE European Champion William Regal with the Five Star Frog Splash in a non-title match; after the match, RVD called out Lesnar but instead got a challenge from Paul Heyman for a bout between RVD and Lesnar for Vengeance - which RVD accepted
Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley defeated Eddie Guerrero & Chris Benoit when Bubba pinned Guerrero with the Bubba Bomb; after the match, Benoit threw Spike from the top rope through a table on the floor and applied the Crippler Crossface on Bubba (Benoit's return match)
Booker T defeated the Big Show via count-out after kicking the ring steps into Show's face, knocking him out; after the match, Shawn Michaels held Kevin Nash and the Big Show apart, announced that Triple H would soon be joining the NWO, and then superkicked Show in an act of tough love for losing the bout
WWE World Champion the Undertaker defeated Jeff Hardy in a ladder match at 14:05 after chokeslamming the challenger from the top of the ladder; after the match, Jeff reached his feet and was met with a powerbomb from the champion; Jeff again reached his feet moments later, grabbed the mic and said Taker hadn't broken him; Taker then returned to the ring, set up Hardy for a punch, but instead raised Jeff's hand in a showing of respect (The Ladder Match)

7/8/02; Philadelphia, PA; First Union Center
7/8/02:
Booker T pinned Eddie Guerrero with a sunset flip at 3:08; after the match, Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley came to Booker's aid against Chris Benoit and Guerrero
Chris Benoit (w/ Eddie Guerrero) defeated Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ Spike Dudley) via submission to the Crippler Crossface at 3:56; after the match, Booker T and Goldust made the save for the Dudleyz against Benoit and Guerrero
WWE Hardcore Champion Bradshaw & Trish Stratus defeated Chris Nowinski & Jackie Gayda when Trish pinned Gayda with a bulldog off the top
Ric Flair defeated Steven Richards via submission with the figure-4 at 3:42
Jeff Hardy pinned WWE European Champion William Regal to win the title following the Swanton at 4:23 after dropkicking the champion into the corner
Kevin Nash (w/ Shawn Michaels), X-Pac, the Big Show, Chris Benoit, & Eddie Guerrero defeated WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam, Booker T, Goldust, Bubba Ray, & Spike Dudley when Show pinned Booker T with the chokeslam at 9:26 following a superkick from Michaels; midway through the match, RVD chased Michaels to the entrance way - where he was attacked by Brock Lesnar, sustained the F5 on the ramp, and was taken out of the match; late in the contest, Nash legitly injured his knee and was also taken out of the match

7/15/02; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
7/15/02:
William Regal, Chris Benoit, & Eddie Guerrero defeated WWF European Champion Jeff Hardy, Bubba Ray Dudley, & Spike Dudley in an elimination match; Guerrero pinned Spike by reversing a pin attempt into an inside cradle; Bubba was disqualified for using the European title as a weapon on Regal, who attempted to use it on Hardy; Hardy pinned Regal with the Swanton after Bubba used the title belt as a weapon; Hardy pinned Guerrero with a roll up and sitting down on Guerrero for the win; Benoit defeated Hardy with the Crippler Crossface after Regal interfered and hit Hardy with a pair of brass knuckles; after the match, Benoit and Guerrero attempted to put Hardy through a table until the Dudleyz made the save
Tommy Dreamer pinned Steven Richards in a Singapore Cane match after breaking a cane over Richards' head
WWF Women's Champion Molly Holly pinned Trish Stratus by avoiding the bulldog and putting her feet on the ropes
Booker T defeated the Big Show via disqualification when Show began using a chair on his opponent; after the match, Show hit the chokeslam on the commentary table
Johnny Stamboli pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Bradshaw to win the title after hitting him in the head with a kendo stick backstage as Bradshaw was defending the title against Christopher Nowinski
Bradshaw pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Johnny Stamboli with the Clothesline from Hell to win the title as Stamboli was talking with Eric Bischoff in his office
WWE World Champion the Undertaker & Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) defeated Ric Flair & WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam when Taker pinned RVD with the powerbomb after RVD hit the Five Star Frog Splash on Lesnar; after the match, Lesnar attacked the Undertaker from behind and hit the F5

7/22/02; Grand Rapids, MI; Van Andel Arena
7/22/02 - featured Triple H's heel turn as he attacked Shawn Michaels during the brief DX reunion:
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated WWE European Champion Jeff Hardy in a ladder match to unify both championships at 6:56 after knocking Hardy off a second ladder and then hitting a splash off the top of the first ladder; after the match, RVD raised Hardy's hand in a showing of respect
William Regal & WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly defeated Bubba Ray Dudley & Trish Stratus at 3:55 when Regal forced Trish to submit to the STF as Molly distracted Bubba
Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman) pinned Tommy Dreamer in a Singapore Cane match following the F5 at 2:34; after the bout, the Undertaker sent Lesnar out of the ring following a number of shots with the cane as payback for Lesnar hitting the F5 on Taker the previous week
D-Lo Brown fought Shawn Stasiak to a 3-minute time limit draw; after the match, Eric Bischoff had the two men beaten up by the Island Boys because the two participants weren't entertaining enough
Chris Benoit defeated Booker T via submission to the Crippler Crossface at 5:52 after sending Booker head-first into an unprotected turnbuckle; due to prematch stipulations, Benoit earned an IC title shot against RVD for the following week
The Big Show pinned Spike Dudley with the chokeslam at 1:02; after the match, Show put both Spike and Bubba Ray Dudley through a single table after Bubba attempted to make the save; Eric Bischoff did guest commentary for the contest
WWE World Champion the Rock pinned Eddie Guerrero at 8:30 with the spinebuster and People's Elbow in a non-title match; had Guerrero been victorious, he would have earned a title shot for the following week; after the bout, Rock had an altercation with Brock Lesnar - with both men having a staredown before Lesnar dropped the world title belt at the champion's feet; moments thereafter, Lesnar and Paul Heyman let it be known that they had officially signed with Stephanie McMahon's Smackdown!

7/29/02; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
7/29/02:
Booker T pinned Eddie Guerrero with the scissors kick after Guerrero was dropped head-first onto an unprotected turnbuckle
Bubba Ray Dudley & Trish Stratus defeated the Big Show (sub. for William Regal) & WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly when Trish pinned Molly following the Doomsday Device; after the match, Bubba saved Trish from an attempted chokeslam through a table by the Big Show
Jeff Hardy pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Bradshaw to win the title after a Swanton off the top of a ladder
Johnny Stamboli pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Jeff Hardy to win the title after a spinebuster
Tommy Dreamer pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Johnny Stamboli to win the title after Bradshaw hit the Clothesline from Hell on the champion, only to be sent out of the ring by Dreamer after a cane shot
Chris Benoit pinned WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam to win the title when RVD seperated Benoit's hands to break the Crippler Crossface, turned it into a roll up, and Benoit reversed it into his own roll up to score the win with his feet on the ropes
The Undertaker pinned Christopher Nowinski with the powerbomb in an impromptu match; after the match, Lance Storm, Christian, and Test attacked Taker - with Storm and Christian hitting two Con-Chair-Twos
WWE World Champion the Rock pinned Ric Flair in a non-title match with the Rock Bottom; after the match, Chris Jericho made a surprise appearance by interrupting Flair's important announcement, rumored to be his retirement speech, and hit Flair in the face with a steel chair

8/5/02; Baltimore, MD; Arena
8/5/02:
Bubba Ray Dudley defeated the Big Show in a tables match after Trish Stratus distracted Show, Spike Dudley hit a spear wearing a football helmet, and Bubba finished it off with a flapjack through the table
WWE Hardcore Champion Tommy Dreamer pinned Bradshaw following the DDT onto the steel ring steps
Test fought Sgt. Slaughter to a no contest after knocking Slaughter off the ring apron before the bell with the boot to the face
Booker T & Goldust defeated William Regal & Christopher Nowinski when Booker pinned Regal with the scissors kick after an atomic drop from Goldust
Victoria pinned Trish Stratus by reversing a sunset flip and holding onto the ropes for leverage; after the match, Trish fought off both Victoria and Molly Holly - who was doing guest commentary for the bout (Victoria's TV debut)
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Christian via disqualification when Christian used one of the tag belts as a weapon and Test interfered; after the match, the Undertaker ran the Un-Americans out of the arena - chasing after them on a police motorcycle
Rob Van Dam pinned Chris Jericho with the Five Star Frog Splash after Ric Flair interfered and hit Jericho with a chair

8/12/02; Seattle, WA; Key Arena
8/12/02:
Christopher Nowinski & WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly defeated Spike Dudley & Trish Stratus when Nowinski pinned Spike
Booker T (w/ Goldust & Mini Goldust) pinned WWE Tag Team Champion Lance Storm (w/ Christian) with the scissors kick after Goldust hit Storm in the face; after the match, the Undertaker made the save for Booker and Goldust against Storm, Christian, and Test; due to prematch stipulations, Booker & Goldust earned a tag team title shot against Storm & Christian for Summer Slam
Chris Jericho & the Big Show defeated Ric Flair & Bubba Ray Dudley when Jericho forced Bubba to submit to the Walls of Jericho after a low blow; after the match, Flair depantsed Jericho
WWE Hardcore Champion Tommy Dreamer pinned Steven Richards after blocking a cane shot with a chair, which snapped the cane in half, and then hitting the challenger in the head with the same chair; prematch stipulations called for each man to use only one weapon - Dreamer a cane and Richards a chair
Rob Van Dam pinned Jeff Hardy with the Five Star Frog Splash after Matt Hardy interfered and hit the Twist of Fate on his brother, as payback for Eric Bischoff granting Jeff the match instead of him; due to prematch stipulations, RVD earned an IC title shot against Chris Benoit for Summer Slam
Triple H, Test, & WWE Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Christian defeated WWE World Champion the Rock, Booker T, Goldust, & the Undertaker when Test pinned Taker with a boot to the face as Taker was midway through hitting the powerbomb on Christian

8/19/02; Norfolk, VA; Scope
8/19/02:
WWE Hardcore Champion Tommy Dreamer won a 6-minute Hardcore battle royal by holding onto the title after scoring the pin on Crash Holly following a Bubba Ray Dudley powerbomb through a table; earlier decisions: Bradshaw pinned Dreamer, Crash pinned Bradshaw following a superkick from Steven Richards; participants included: Jeff Hardy, Bubba Ray Dudley, Steven Richards, Johnny Stamboli, Terri Runnels, Crash Holly, Bradshaw, and Tommy Dreamer
Trish Stratus pinned Stacy Keibler in a Bra & Panties Mud Wrestling match at around 1:50 with a roll up outside the pool following several chops; after the match, Trish pushed Stacy and Howard Finkel into the pool (Trish Stratus - 100% Stratusfaction Guaranteed DVD)
Test & WWE Tag Team Champions Christian & Lance Storm defeated the Undertaker, Booker T, & Goldust when Christian pinned Goldust after hitting him with one of the title belts
Rob Van Dam defeated the Big Show via disqualification when Show attempted to hit RVD with the steel ring steps; after the match, Eric Bischoff had Jamal & Rosey attack Show for getting out of hand
WWE World Champion the Rock fought Triple H to a no contest in a non-title match when Shawn Michaels attacked Triple H as Hunter was about to use his sledgehammer, while ringside security held back Brock Lesnar on the floor; as the show came to a close, Michaels and Rock fought off Brock and Triple H

8/26/02; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
8/26/02:
Booker T (w/ Goldust) pinned WWE Tag Team Champion Christian (w/ Lance Storm) with the scissors kick after Goldust sent an interfering Storm out of the ring
Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley defeated William Regal & Christopher Nowinski (w/ Molly Holly) when Bubba pinned Regal with the Bubba Bomb; after the match, Nowinski saved Molly from going through a table but Regal sustained a Dudley Dog onto and then a Bubba Ray powerbomb through the wooden table
Jeff Hardy defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification when Jericho failed to release the Walls of Jericho after Hardy reached the ropes; after the match, several referees forced Jericho to break the hold
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam pinned WWE Hardcore Champion Tommy Dreamer with the Five Star Frog Splash following a modified Van Terminator as Dreamer was tied up in the Tree of Woe, with his legs trapped in a ladder, to unify both title belts; the match was fought under hardcore rules; after the match, the two embraced out of respect
Lillian Garcia (w/ Trish Stratus) defeated Howard Finkel in an Evening Gown vs. Tuxedo match, after both Trish and Stacy Keibler helped in attacking and stripping Finkel; due to pre-match stipulations, Lillian became the permanent ring announcer for Raw
Triple H pinned the Undertaker after Brock Lesnar interfered and hit Taker in the face with the world title belt; due to pre-match stipulations, Triple H became the #1 contender to the world title

9/2/02; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center
9/2/02 - included Eric Bischoff awarding Triple H with the Raw brand-exclusive world heavyweight title since Stephanie McMahon made WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar exclusive to Smackdown!:
Bubba Ray Dudley & Trish Stratus defeated Christopher Nowinski & WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly in an intergender tables match; Nowinski went through the table after missing a splash from the top rope onto Trish, who was laid out on a table on the floor; Molly went through a table following a powerbomb from Bubba
Booker T pinned William Regal with the scissors kick
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Ric Flair at 9:40 with the Pedigree after a low blow; after the match, Chris Jericho attacked Flair and applied the Walls of Jericho until Rob Van Dam made the save and fought off both Jericho and Triple H
Kane defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Christian in a non-title handicap match by pinning Storm with a chokeslam after Storm acidentally superkicked his partner; after the match, Test took Kane out with a boot and attempted to burn the American flag until Bradshaw helped make the save
The Big Show defeated Tommy Dreamer via disqualification after a series of chair shots
Jeff Hardy fought Crash Holly to a no contest when Eric Bischoff had the Island Boys attack Hardy, fearing he had prepared to jump ship to Smackdown!; after the attack, Crash admitted he was the one leaving Raw
Terri pinned Stacy Keibler in a Lingerie Pillow Fight; Jerry Lawler was the guest referee for the bout; after the match, Stacy attacked Terri with a pillow loaded with an alarm clock
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam & Ric Flair defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H & Chris Jericho when RVD pinned Triple H with the Five Star Frog Splash after kicking the world title belt into Triple H's face

9/9/02; Ames, IA; Hilton Coliseum
9/9/02:
WWE Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Christian defeated Bradshaw & Kane when Christian pinned Bradshaw after William Regal interfered and knocked Bradshaw out with a pair of brass knuckles; Test interfered moments earlier but Bradshaw took him down with the Clothesline from Hell; after the match, Booker T and Goldust made the save for the challengers
Bubba Ray Dudley pinned Steven Richards with a powerbomb off the top
Trish Stratus & Terri defeated Stacy Keibler & Victoria when Terri pinned Stacy with a flying crossbody
Raw World Champion Triple H pinned Spike Dudley in a non-title match with a sleeper after Spike attempted a second Dudley Dog but was sent chest-first into the corner; after the match, Bubba Ray Dudley made the save for Spike and had a staredown with the champion
Test & William Regal defeated Booker T & Goldust via disqualification when Kane and Bradshaw prevented the pin after Regal hit Booker with brass knuckles; after the match, Booker, Goldust, Kane, and Bradshaw held off the Un-Americans
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated the Big Show, Jeff Hardy, and Chris Jericho in an elimination match; Show was disqualified when the referee came to and saw Show with a steel chair, that he had taken from Jericho; Show hit the chokeslam on the remaining three men after he was eliminated; Jericho pinned Hardy with the Lionsault after pushing Jeff off the top; RVD pinned Jericho with the Five Star Frog Splash after catapulting Jericho head-first into an unprotected turnbuckle and then connecting with a spin kick off the middle turnbuckle; due to prematch stipulations, RVD earned a title shot against Triple H's Raw world title for Unforgiven

9/16/02; Denver, CO; Pepsi Center
9/16/02 - included a Jeff Hardy music video to the tune of Our Lady Peace's "Not Enough":
Rico pinned Ric Flair with a spin kick to the face; Flair's arm was wrapped around the bottom rope during the cover but no mention of it was made on TV
Booker T pinned Test with a modified sunset flip out of the corner
WWE Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Christian defeated Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley when Christian pinned Bubba with a roll up after the challenger back suplexed Storm out of the ring when Storm attempted to hit him with one of the title belts; moments prior to the finish, Storm and Christian reversed Spike's attempt at the Dudley Dog and hit a double powerbomb over the top rope and through a table set up at ringside; after the match, Spike was stretchered to the back
Chris Jericho defeated WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam to win the title via submission to the Walls of Jericho at 8:46 after the champion knocked an interfering Triple H to the floor; while RVD was caught in the Walls of Jericho, Triple H verbally assaulted him from ringside and urged him to tap out; after the contest, Triple H hit the Pedigree on the former champion
Kane defeated William Regal via disqualification when Test, Christian, and Lance Storm interfered; after the match, Booker T, Bubba Ray Dudley, and Goldust made the save for Kane - with Booker issuing a challenge for an 8 man tag team match to be held at Unforgiven
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H defeated Jeff Hardy via submission with a sleeper; before and after the match, Rob Van Dam attacked the world champion - eventually laying him out with the Five Star Frog Splash as the show came to a close

9/23/02; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
9/23/02:
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Molly Holly and Victoria by pinning Molly with a roll up after a blow from Victoria
The Big Show pinned Jeff Hardy with the chokeslam after a boot to the face
Randy Orton pinned Steven Richards with a crossbody off the top
WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho defeated Goldust via submission with the Walls of Jericho after a kick off the top rope
Kane & the Hurricane (mystery partner) defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Christian to win the titles following a double chokeslam; William Regal was in the champions' corner early in the bout but was sent backstage after both he and Test interfered
Booker T pinned Rico with the scissors kick; after the match, Rosey, Jamal, and Rico beat down Booker and Goldust
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H & Ric Flair defeated Rob Van Dam & Bubba Ray Dudley when Flair pinned Bubba with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after Triple H dropped Dudley throat-first over the top rope; as the show came to a close, RVD hit a top rope legdrop onto Triple H, who was laid out on a table set up in the ring

9/30/02; Houston, TX; Compaq Center
9/30/02 - included Victoria attacking Trish Stratus backstage prior to their scheduled match:
Rosey & Jamal defeated Booker T & Goldust when Rosey pinned Booker with a splash
Randy Orton pinned Lance Storm with a roll up and using the tights for leverage
Randy Orton pinned Christian in an impromptu match
Jeff Hardy defeated the Big Show via count-out after hitting a dropkick on the floor - sending a steel chair into his opponent's face; Jackie was the referee for the bout
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Bubba Ray Dudley with the Pedigree after constant interference from Flair
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Victoria via disqualification at 2:52 after the challenger hit Trish over the head with a steel chair as the two were fighting on the floor; after the bout, Victoria was sent backstage by officials (Trish Stratus - 100% Stratusfaction Guaranteed DVD)
Rob Van Dam & Tommy Dreamer defeated William Regal & Test when Dreamer pinned Test with a roll up following a superkick from RVD; after the bout, the Un-Americans argued in the ring
Kane pinned WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho to win the title with the chokeslam after kicking a chair into the champion's face, despite interference from Triple H; due to prematch stipulations, Kane earned a world title shot against Triple H for No Mercy

10/7/02; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center
Raw Roulette - 10/7/02:
Booker T defeated the Big Show in a steel cage match at 8:07 by escaping over the top; after the match, Chris Jericho attacked Booker from behind and busted him open
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned D-Lo Brown at 2:34 in a blindfold match with the Pedigree after taking his hood off while the referee was distracted by Flair
William Regal pinned Goldust in a Showgirl match at around the 50 second mark after using brass knuckles while the referee was distracted by Lance Storm at ringside
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Stacy Keibler in a Bra & Panties match at 2:19; due to pre-match stipulations, Trish earned the right to spank Stacy with a paddle; after the match, Victoria attacked Trish and rammed her into the steel ring steps
Al Snow pinned Test in a streetfight at 5:39 after several shots with a trash can lid and using a bowling ball
Jerry Lawler pinned Steven Richards in an It's Legal in Nevada match at 2:24 by blocking a sunset flip; due to pre-match stipulations, Lawler earned the services of the Godfather's hos for the night; after the bout, Lawler, the Godfather, and the hos left, with Jim Ross calling the rest of the show himself
WWE Tag Team Champion Kane defeated Chris Jericho & Christian, Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley, and Rob Van Dam & Jeff Hardy in a TLC match at 25:07 after chokeslamming Jericho off the top of the ladder; the Hurricane was scheduled to defend the titles alongside Kane but was attacked backstage before the match by Ric Flair and Triple H; after the match, Triple H appeared and accused Kane of being a murderer (Raw: 10th Anniversary, The Ladder Match)

10/14/02; Montreal, Quebec
10/14/02:
Chris Jericho & Christian defeated WWE Tag Team Champions the Hurricane & WWE IC Champion Kane at 6:47 to win the titles when Jericho pinned the Hurricane with a roll over and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage
Lance Storm (w/ William Regal) pinned Al Snow with a superkick after Regal distracted Snow from ringside
Jeff Hardy pinned Rico at 3:07 with the Swanton
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus & Jackie defeated Molly Holly & Victoria at 3:55 when Jackie pinned Molly with a DDT; Stacy Keibler was the special referee but another referee made the pinfall after she was knocked to the floor
Christopher Nowinski defeated Tommy Dreamer at 2:42 with the full nelson slam after Al Snow prevented Dreamer from using his Singapore cane
WWE Raw World Champion Triple H pinned Rob Van Dam in a non-title lumberjack strap match at 10:35 after Ric Flair interfered and hit RVD with the title belt as the face and heel lumberjacks brawled on the floor; lumberjacks included: Chris Jericho, Christian, the Big Show, Christopher Nowinski, Lance Storm, William Regal, Rico, Rosey, Jamal, Booker T, Goldust, the Hurricane, D-Lo Brown, Spike Dudley, Tommy Dreamer, and Jeff Hardy; after the match, Kane laid waste to Triple H, Flair, and a number of the lumberjacks

10/21/02; Nashville, TN; Gaylord Entertainment Center
10/21/02:
Christopher Nowinski pinned Jeff Hardy after Hardy executed the Swanton onto a chair; moments prior, Al Snow prevented Nowinski from using the chair as a weapon, allowing Hardy to dropkick it into his opponent's face
Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley defeated Lance Storm & William Regal when Spike pinned Storm with the Dudley Dog after both Dudleyz hit their finishers on their opponents; after the match, Storm & Regal attacked their opponents; due to prematch stipulations, the Dudleyz became the #1 contenders to the tag team titles
Test pinned D-Lo Brown with a boot to the face as D-Lo threatened guest referee Stacy Keibler; Stacy was biased towards Test for the duration of the match and gave D-Lo a fast count to end the contest
Victoria, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Christian defeated Booker T, Goldust, & WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus when Trish submitted to the Walls of Jericho
Tommy Dreamer pinned Al Snow in a Singapore Cane Match after Christopher Nowinski interfered and accidentally hit Snow with the prop
The Big Show defeated Rico, Rosey, & Jamal in a handicap match following the chokeslam
Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated WWE Raw World Champion Triple H & Ric Flair when RVD pinned Flair with the five star frog splash as Kane and Triple H battled backstage; after the match, Kane locked Triple H in the trunk of the Hurricane's car and then drove off (though the trunk clearly swung open as the show went off the air)

10/28/02; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
10/28/02:
Lance Storm & William Regal defeated Rob Van Dam & Tommy Dreamer when Regal pinned Dreamer after Storm hit him with the Canadian flag
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Christian fought Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley to a no contest when Rosey & Jamal attacked the Dudleyz from behind before the match began
Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) pinned Goldust with the boot to the face after Stacy hit a blow blow
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Christian defeated Bubba Ray Dudley & Jeff Hardy (sub. for Spike Dudley who was injured earlier in the night) when Jericho pinned Hardy with the Lionsault after using one of the title belts as a weapon; moments before the finish, Bubba left ringside to save Spike - who had been captured by Rico, Rosey, and Jamal
Christopher Nowinski defeated Booker T via disqualification when Al Snow attacked Nowinski; Snow stood ringside for the match; after the bout, Booker nailed Snow and continued pounding on Nowinski
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Jackie and Molly Holly by pinning Molly following a double bulldog on both challengers
Kane defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H in a non-title casket match after Shawn Michaels came out of the casket and attacked the champion; after the match, Michaels danced on top of the casket with Triple H trapped inside

11/4/02; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
11/4/02:
Rosey & Jamal (w/ Rico) defeated Bubba Ray Dudley & Jeff Hardy when Hardy was pinned with a Samoan Drop at 6:21; moments earlier, Spike Dudley jumped Rico at ringside - only to be attacked from behind himself
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus pinned Ivory at 3:17 with the bulldog in a non-title match; after the match, Trish had a confrontation with Victoria on the entrance ramp
William Regal & Lance Storm defeated Tommy Dreamer & Al Snow at 3:35 when Storm pinned Dreamer
Batista pinned Justin Credible with the sit-down powerbomb at 1:25 (Batista's Raw debut)
Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) pinned the Hurricane at 3:41 with the Roll of the Dice
Rob Van Dam pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Christian with the Five Star Frog Splash at 6:35; had Christian won the match, he would have taken RVD's spot in the Survivor Series Elimination Chamber bout
Kane & Booker T defeated WWE Raw World Champion Triple H & WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho at 10:26 when Booker pinned Triple H after Shawn Michaels interfered and hit the superkick on the world champion
Super Tuesday - shown 11/12/02: WWE Raw World Champion Triple H, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Christian, and Rosey & Jamal defeated Kane, Booker T, Rob Van Dam, Bubba Ray Dudley, & Jeff Hardy when Triple H pinned Kane with the Pedigree after Ric Flair interfered and hit Kane with a chair as Kane attempted a plancha to the floor

11/11/02; Cincinatti, OH
11/11/02:
Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Christian via disqualification when the champions used the title belts as weapons
Jeff Hardy pinned Lance Storm (w/ William Regal) with the Swanton
Batista pinned D-Lo Brown with the sit-down powerbomb
Rosey & Jamal defeated Bubba Ray & Spike Dudley following the Samoan Drop on Bubba
Christopher Nowinski pinned Al Snow with his feet on the ropes; after the match, Maven made the save for Snow against Nowinski
Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) & Steven Richards defeated the Hurricane & Goldust when Test pinned the Hurricane with the Roll of the Dice
WWE Raw World Champion Triple H pinned Booker T with the Pedigree after a low blow; after the match, all the participants involved in the Elimination Chamber brawled in the ring with Chris Jericho emerging as the last man standing

11/18/02; Bridgeport, CT
11/18/02:
Bubba Ray, D-Von, & Spike Dudley defeated Rosey, Jamal, & Rico after Rico suffered the 3D from Bubba Ray and D-Von
Lance Storm & William Regal defeated Tommy Dreamer & Jeff Hardy when Storm pinned Dreamer after a kick to the face by Regal; after the match, Regal and Storm further injured Dreamer
WWE Women�s Champion Victoria pinned Stacy Keibler; after the match, Trish Stratus attacked Victoria until Steven Richards laid her out with a double arm DDT
Christopher Nowinski pinned Al Snow after Snow missed a moonsault and crashed through a number of steel chairs set up in the ring
Kane fought Ric Flair to a no contest when Flair came out in street clothes, not ready or willing to wrestle, and Kane was attacked by Batista
Rob Van Dam defeated Booker T and WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho in a No DQ match by pinning Jericho with the Five Star Frog Splash after Scott Steiner interfered and attacked both Jericho and Christian; after the match, Shawn Michaels congratulated RVD on the win; due to prematch stipulations, RVD earned a world title shot against Michaels for the following week

11/25/02; North Charleston, SC
11/25/02 - included Val Venis being named Eric Bischoff's Chief of staff:
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Christian defeated the Dudley Boyz
Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated Steven Richards
Maven fought Chris Nowinski to a no contest
WWE Women's Champion Victoria defeated Trish Stratus
Lance Storm & William Regal defeated Jeff Hardy & the Hurricane
Batista (w/ Ric Flair) defeated Kane
Goldust defeated Rico
Rob Van Dam defeated World Heavyweight Champion Shawn Michaels via disqualification

12/2/02; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center
12/2/02:
The Dudley Boyz defeated Rosey & Jamal (w/ Rico) when Rosey was pinned after sustaining the 3D; during the commercial break, Bubba Ray, D-Von, and Spike Dudley were laid out by Rosey, Jamal, Chris Jericho, and Christian - with Bubba Ray & D-Von sustaining a Con-Chair-Two from the tag team champions
Trish Stratus pinned Ivory with the bulldog
Lance Storm & William Regal defeated Tommy Dreamer & Jeff Hardy when Dreamer was pinned after Storm sent him head-first into an exposed turnbuckle; after the bout, Hardy attempted to fight off both opponents but suffered a low blow from Storm
Batista (w/ Ric Flair) pinned the Hurricane with the sit-down powerbomb; after the match, Kane made the save by clearing the ring
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Christian defeated Booker T & Goldust when Jericho pinned Booker after hitting him with one of the title belts; the match was originally a one-on-one contest pitting Booker against Jericho but after both Christian and Goldust appeared at ringside, Chief Morley turned the bout into a tag team match for the championship
Jackie pinned WWE Women�s Champion Victoria in a non-title match with a roundhouse kick; after the match, Steven Richards came to the ring to console Victoria; after the commercial break, Scott Steiner came to the ring and fought off both Richards and Victoria before Eric Bischoff and Stephanie McMahon made it clear they both wanted Steiner on their program
Triple H pinned Rob Van Dam after hitting him with a steel chair as guest referee Shawn Michaels was knocked down; due to prematch stipulations, Triple H became the #1 contender to Michaels� Raw World Title; after the match, Michaels and Triple H briefly fought before Michaels hit the superkick and spat on his opponent for Armageddon

12/9/02; Knoxville, TN; Thompson-Boling Arena
12/9/02:
Lance Storm & William Regal defeated Goldust & Booker T at 5:25 when Goldust submitted to Storm's Sharpshooter; in a post-match interview, Goldust admitted to being the weak link of the team and would try to get Booker another partner for Armageddon
Steven Richards pinned Jackie at 2:18 with a tilt-a-whirl slam; after the bout, Victoria attacked Jackie and hit the Widow's Peak before Trish Stratus made the save
Batista (w/ Ric Flair) defeated Rob Van Dam via disqualification at 2:41 when Kane attacked Batista as RVD was set up for the powerbomb; after the bout, Kane and RVD fought off Flair and Batista
D-Lo Brown & Christopher Nowinski defeated Al Snow & Maven at 4:54 when D-Lo pinned Snow with the Sky High
Triple H pinned Jeff Hardy at 4:02 after hitting two back-to-back Pedigrees
Kane defeated Rosey & Jamal (w/ Rico) in a handicap match at 2:36 by pinning Jamal with the chokeslam after knocking Rico off the ring apron; after the bout, Rob Van Dam made the save and hit the Van Terminator on Jamal
The Dudley Boyz & Trish Stratus defeated WWE Women's Champion Victoria, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho & Christian in a tables match at 12:13 when Trish hit a powerbomb on Victoria through a table

12/16/02; Orlando, FL; TD Waterhouse Centre
12/16/02 - included Scott Steiner�s official debut on Raw as he was given the title shot to face Triple H at the Royal Rumble:
Test & Trish Stratus defeated Victoria & Steven Richards
Christopher Nowinski pinned Maven
Christian pinned Goldust
Batista (w/ Ric Flair) defeated Rob Van Dam via disqualification at 2:40 when Kane interfered as RVD was set up for the powerbomb
William Regal & Lance Storm defeated the Dudley Boyz
Jeff Hardy pinned D-Lo Brown
Booker T defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification

Taped 12/21/02; Oklahoma City, OK; Ford Center
12/23/02 - featured an arm wrestling contest between Scott Steiner and World Heavyweight Champion Triple H in which Steiner won:
Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated Rosey & Jamal when RVD pinned Jamal with the Five Star Frog Splash after Kane hit the chokeslam
Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated D-Lo Brown via disqualification when D-Lo shoved the referee
The Hurricane pinned Christopher Nowinski with the Shining Wizard after Maven distracted Nowinski from ringside
Trish Stratus, Jackie, & Stacy Keibler defeated WWE Women's Champion Victoria, Molly Holly, & Ivory in a Santa's Little Helper match when Trish pinned Ivory; all the Divas wore Santa outfits for the match
Batista (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Spike Dudley with the sit-down powerbomb; both Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley were barred from interfering in the bout and, had they, all three Dudleyz would have been suspended
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Booker T & Goldust defeated Chris Jericho & Christian when Goldust pinned Jericho with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage
Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler defeated William Regal & Lance Storm after the Dudley Boyz interfered and Ross used Regal's own brass knuckles to score the pin after the Dudley Boyz interfered

12/28/02:
Featured a special "Best of Raw 2002" episode showing the best moments from Raw over the past year

2003

1/6/03; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
1/6/03:
Rico, Rosey, Jamal, & Batista (w/ Ric Flair, Eric Bischoff, & Chief Morley) defeated the Dudley Boyz in a No DQ match at 4:27 after Flair interfered; after the bout, William Regal and Lance Storm further brutalized the Dudleyz as payback for losing a match to Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler two weeks prior
WWE Women's Champion Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) & Molly Holly defeated Trish Stratus & Jackie at 3:04 when Victoria pinned Trish by using the tights for leverage after Steven Richards interfered and reversed a roll up Trish had on Victoria
Lance Storm & William Regal defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Booker T & Goldust to win the titles at 14:14 when Storm pinned Booker after Regal hit Booker with a pair of brass knuckles; late in the contest, Chief Morley made himself special referee for the bout and counted the pinfall after preventing referee Nick Patrick from making a count on the challengers
Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated Christopher Nowinski at 2:03
Rob Van Dam & Kane (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated Chris Jericho & Christian (w/ Randy Orton) at 7:09 when Kane pinned Christian following the chokeslam / five star frogsplash combo

1/13/03; Uncasville, CT; Mohegan Sun Arena
1/13/03:
WWE Women's Champion Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) defeated Trish Stratus and Jackie in a hardcore match at 2:29 by pinning Trish after Richards interfered and hit Trish with a trash can lid; after the bout, the Hurricane made the save for Trish and Jackie
Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) & Maven defeated D-Lo Brown & Christopher Nowinski at 5:50 when Test pinned D-Lo with the boot to the face
WWE Raw Tag Team Champion William Regal defeated Jerry Lawler via disqualification at 1:45 after Lawler hit Regal with his own steel chain; before the match, WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Lance Storm was sent backstage
Jeff Hardy pinned Raven at 4:03 with the Swanton; due to prematch stipulations, Jeff earned a spot in the Royal Rumble match
Booker T (w/ Goldust) fought WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Lance Storm (w/ WWE Raw Tag Team Champion William Regal) to a no contest at 5:14 when Storm and the Dudley Boyz interfered
The Hurricane (w/ Trish Stratus) pinned Steven Richards (w/ WWE Women's Champion Victoria) at 1:27 with the Shining Wizard; after the bout, Trish and Victoria brawled
Chris Jericho defeated Rob Van Dam, Kane, and Batista at 6:33 in a battle royal by last eliminating RVD; Batista eliminated Kane with a clothesline; RVD eliminated Batista with a series of kicks; due to prematch stipulations, RVD could pick any number to draw for the Royal Rumble match; Jericho chose #2 since Shawn Michaels already had the #1 slot; after the bout, Michaels came ringside and tossed Jericho to the floor (Royal Rumble '03 DVD)

1/20/03; Providence, RI; Dunkin' Donuts Center
1/20/03:
Rob Van Dam pinned Jeff Hardy at 3:56 with a backslide; after the bout, Jeff clotheslined RVD to the floor and attempted to use a chair as a weapon before the referee intervened
Lance Storm & William Regal defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz in an impromptu match to win the titles at the 15 second mark after Bubba Ray Dudley was sent through a table before the bout began
The Hurricane & Trish Stratus defeated Steven Richards & WWE Women's Champion Victoria at 2:59 when Trish pinned Victoria with the bulldog
Booker T & Goldust defeated Rosey & Jamal (w/ Rico) at 9:24 when Booker pinned Jamal with the scissors kick
Chris Jericho fought Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) to a no contest at 7:03 after Jericho accidentally struck Stacy with a steel chair; after the bout, she was carried backstage on a stretcher
D-Lo Brown (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Tommy Dreamer at 3:42 in a Singapore Cane match with the Sky High
Scott Steiner defeated Batista (w/ Ric Flair) via disqualfication at 1:29 when Randy Orton interfered; after the bout, Ric Flair and Triple H joined in the attack, with Triple H eventually hitting the Pedigree on a bloody Steiner

1/27/03; Chicago, IL; AllState Arena
1/27/03:
Booker T pinned Jeff Hardy at 4:45 with a modified sunset flip; following the bout, Booker fought off a frustrated Hardy after Hardy attacked Booker from behind
D-Lo Brown (w/ Teddy Long) pinned the Hurricane at 3:59 with the Sky High
WWE Women's Champion Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) pinned Trish Stratus on the floor in a Chicago Street Fight at 5:43 after Richards prevented the bulldog and the champion shoved Trish off the apron into the ring barrier; after the match, Jazz made her return to the WWE by brushing past Victoria and Richards on the ramp, coming into the ring, and further attacking Trish by hitting a DDT, a fisherman buster, and applying a STF (Trish Stratus - 100% Stratusfaction Guaranteed)
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & William Regal defeated the Dudley Boyz in a tables match at 6:25 after interference from Rosey, Jamal, Spike Dudley, and Rico and a double powerbomb on Bubba Ray from Rosey & Jamal through the table
Matt Cappotelli fought John Hennigan to a no contest at around 1:22 when Christopher Nowinski came ringside, threw Al Snow into the ringpost, and degraded both participants before Tommy Dreamer chased him away with a Singapore cane; afterwards, Dreamer attacked both men with the cane
WWE Raw World Champion Triple H & Batista (w/ Ric Flair & Randy Orton) defeated Rob Van Dam & Kane at 6:59 when Batista pinned RVD with a powerbomb after Kane ran backstage after being unmasked; after the bout, Scott Steiner attempted to make the save but was beaten down and later attacked by Chris Jericho

2/3/03; Washington DC; MCI Center
2/3/03:
Rosey & Jamal defeated the Dudley Boyz when Bubba Ray was pinned with a roll up; Rico was the special referee for the bout and made the fast count, despite both participants holding onto the rope during the cover; after the bout, Bubba Ray, D-Von, & Spike Dudley held off Rosey, Jamal, & Rico - eventually powerbombing Rico off the top and through a table
WWE Women's Champion Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) pinned Molly Holly in a non-title match with a clothesline to the back of the head followed by the Widow's Peak; after the bout, Jazz attacked Molly
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & William Regal defeated Booker T & Goldust when Storm pinned Goldust with a heel kick after the challengers collided; due to prematch stipulations made by Goldust, he and Booker would split up; following the match, the two embraced - though Goldust was clearly degected
Rob Van Dam defeated Kane via disqualification when Jeff Hardy interfered and pushed RVD off the top as Van Dam attempted the Five Star Frog Splash; after the bout, both men teamed up to pummel Hardy
D-Lo Brown (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Maven with the Sky High after avoiding a missile dropkick
Scott Steiner pinned Chris Jericho with a fall away slam off the top rope; due to prematch stipulations, Steiner earned a world title shot for No Way Out

2/10/03; Los Angeles, CA; Staples Center
2/10/03:
Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) pinned Christian with a full nelson slam; after the match, Christian attacked Test and attempted to get at Stacy until Jeff Hardy made the save
Booker T pinned D-Lo Brown (w/ Teddy Long) with the scissors kick
Jazz defeated Molly Holly via submission with the STF; after the bout, Jazz continued to beat on Molly until several referees pulled her off
Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated Rosey & Jamal (w/ Rico) following a chokeslam / Five Star Frog Splash combo
Bubba Ray, D-Von, & Spike Dudley defeated Chief Morley in a handicap match when Spike made the pin following the Dudley Dogg and 3D; after the bout, Bubba Ray powerbombed Morley off the top through a table; due to prematch stipulations, Morley was fired from the WWE
Batista (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Tommy Dreamer with a sit-down powerbomb after a matter of seconds, despite suffering an attack with the Singapore cane; after the bout, Booker T attempted to make the save but was beaten down by Triple H, Randy Orton, Batista, and Flair until Scott Steiner cleared the ring
Chris Jericho defeated Jeff Hardy via submission with the Walls of Jericho after blocking an attempted hurricanrana

2/17/03; Columbus, OH; Nationwide Arena
2/17/03:
Rob Van Dam (w/ Kane) pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Lance Storm (w/ William Regal) with the Five Star Frog Splash after blocking an attempted superplex
WWE Women�s Champion Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) & Jazz defeated Jackie & Molly Holly when Jazz pinned Jackie with a DDT after ramming her into Victoria; after the bout, Jazz continued to assault her opponents and had a confrontation with Victoria
Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Al Snow with a butterfly powerbomb after a failed moonsault
Shawn Michaels & Jeff Hardy defeated Chris Jericho & Christian at 7:20 when Hardy pinned Jericho with the Swanton after Michaels superkicked a steel chair into Jericho�s face; Michaels was handcuffed to a ringpost for most of the bout until stealing the key from Jericho
The Hurricane pinned Christopher Nowinski with the Nightmare on Helms Street
Rosey, Jamal, & Rico defeated Spike Dudley in a handicap match when Rico scored the pin following a top rope splash from Jamal
Scott Steiner & Booker T defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Randy Orton) & Batista (w/ Ric Flair) when Booker pinned Triple H with the scissors kick following an over-the-head suplex from Steiner
Eric Bischoff (w/ Chief Morley) pinned Jim Ross in a No DQ match with a punch to the midsection after breaking a cement block over Ross� head with a kick; following the cement block blow, Jerry Lawler attempted to make the save but was double teamed; after the bout, Bischoff and Morley celebrated with several beers

2/24/03; Toronto, Ontario; Air Canada Centre
2/24/03:
Jazz defeated Jackie via submission with the STF; after the bout, Trish Stratus made her return to the WWE, stopped interference from Victoria, and brawled with Jazz until referees could hold the two apart
Kane (w/ Rob Van Dam) pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Lance Storm (w/ William Regal) following two chokeslams
Scott Steiner & Booker T defeated Randy Orton & Batista (w/ Ric Flair) when Booker pinned Orton when the momentum of a flying bodypress by Orton put Booker on top
Test & Stacy Keibler defeated Chris Jericho & Christian via disqualification after Jericho hit Test in the head with a chair; following the bout, Jericho and Christian handcuffed Test to the ring rope and Jericho locked Stacy in the Walls of Jericho, while Christian fended off Jeff Hardy, until Shawn Michaels made the save
Christopher Nowinski defeated Jeff Hardy via reverse decision when Hardy continued to attack Nowinski after the pinfall; Hardy had scored the pin after a matter of seconds with the Twist of Fate and Swanton
Jerry Lawler pinned Chief Morley in a No DQ match with the fistdrop off the middle turnbuckle after the suspended Dudley Boyz came out of the crowd and hit the 3D on Morley
Booker T won a 20-man battle royal by last eliminating the Rock via a reversal as the Rock attempted to toss Booker over the top; other participants included: Chris Jericho, Rosey, Jamal, Rob Van Dam, Maven, Kane, Test, Scott Steiner, Batista, Randy Orton, Jeff Hardy, WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Lance Storm, Steven Richards, Al Snow, Tommy Dreamer, the Hurricane, Rodney Mack, Christian; order of elimination: Test by Jericho, Jericho eliminated himself when Test re-entered the ring and chased him into the crowd, Jamal by RVD via a kick off the top, Dreamer by the Rock, Maven by the Rock, Richards by Steiner, RVD by Batista & Orton, Snow by Batista, Mack by the Hurricane, Hurricane by the Rock, Hardy by Orton, Orton by Steiner, Steiner by Batista, Batista by Booker, Rosey by Kane, Storm by Kane, Kane & Christian by the Rock as he dumped both men over the top once returning to the ring after briefly doing commentary for the match; due to prematch stipulations, Booker T earned a world title shot against Triple H for WrestleMania XIX

3/3/03; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
3/3/03:
Christian pinned Jeff Hardy with the Unprettier after a failed attempt at a neckbreaker by Hardy
Chief Morley pinned Spike Dudley with the Money Shot after a slingshot suplex; had Spike won the match, the Dudley Boyz would have been reinstated; since Morley won, the suspension of Bubba Ray & D-Von Dudley would continue indefinitely
Trish Stratus & Jackie defeated WWE Women�s Champion Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) & Jazz when Trish pinned Victoria with a roll up after countering a sunset flip
Chris Jericho pinned Test with a low blow and a sleeper slam after distraction from Christian; Christian forced Stacy Keibler to ringside midway through the bout to add more of a distraction to Test; after the bout, Jericho and Christian hit the Con-Chair-Two on Test and attempted to injure Stacy until Shawn Michaels made the save; Jericho laid Michaels out with a devastating chair shot before issuing a challenge to Michaels for WrestleMania
Booker T pinned Scott Steiner with a roll up out of the corner moments after Triple H and Ric Flair distracted Steiner from the rampway
Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated Al Snow & Tommy Dreamer in a hardcore match when RVD simultaneously pinned both opponents following the five star frogsplash

3/10/03; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
3/10/03:
Chris Jericho & Christian defeated Rob Van Dam & Kane when Jericho pinned RVD with the Lionsault; after the bout, Shawn Michaels superkicked Jericho on the rampway
Jeff Hardy pinned Rico (w/ Rosey & Jamal) with a roll up
Trish Stratus fought Jazz to a no contest when WWE Women's Champion Victoria hit both participants with the title belt in the first 10 seconds of the match; the bout was to have determined the #1 contender for the women's championship
WWE Raw World Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Maven with the Pedigree; after the bout, Al Snow came out to check on Maven but was also hit with the Pedigree from the champion
Chief Morley & WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Lance Storm defeated D-Von Dudley in a handicapmatch when Morley pinned D-Von with the Money Shot
The Hurricane pinned the Rock with a roll up at about 9:30 in a No DQ match as Rock was distracted by Steve Austin at ringside; after the bout, Austin gave Rock two middle fingers; the Rock's opponent was scheduled to have been Booker T but a substitution was made with no explanation given

3/17/03; St. Louis, MO; Savvis Center
3/17/03:
Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated Chief Morley & WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Lance Storm when Kane pinned Storm with the chokeslam; after the bout, the Dudley Boyz ran in the ring and laid out RVD and Kane - protecting Morley in the process
Maven pinned Rico (w/ Rosey & Jamal) by reversing an attempted neckbreaker into a backslide
The Hurricane defeated Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) via disqualification when the Rock interfered and assaulted the Hurricane in the ring, on the floor, and with a chair
Steven Richards & WWE Women�s Champion Victoria defeated Trish Stratus & Jazz when Victoria pinned Trish with the Widow�s Peak following a sit-down powerbomb by Richards after Jazz walked out on her partner; after the match, Jeff Hardy made the save for Trish
Chris Jericho & Christian defeated Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) & Scott Steiner when Jericho pinned Test with a roll up as Test was distracted by Stacy being with Steiner on the floor
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Goldust (w/ Booker T) with the Pedigree after Goldust knocked Flair off the apron; during the bout, Randy Orton, disguised as a fan in the front row, hit Booker T in the back with a crutch before being led away by security
Steve Austin pinned Eric Bischoff (w/ Chief Morley) in a No DQ match with the Stunner after hitting the Stunner on both Morley and an interfering Rock; after the bout, the Rock hit the Rock Bottom on Austin

3/24/03; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena
3/24/03:
Trish Stratus & Jeff Hardy defeated WWE Women's Champion Victoria & Steven Richards when Trish pinned Victoria with the bulldog; after the match, Jazz attacked both Trish and Victoria
Scott Steiner pinned Christian with a fall away slam from the second turnbuckle
Booker T & Goldust defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H & Ric Flair when Booker pinned Triple H with the scissors kick
Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated the Dudley Boyz when RVD pinned D-Von with the Five Star Frog Splash; due to prematch stipulations, RVD and Kane earned a tag team title shot at WrestleMania

3/31/03; Seattle, WA; Key Arena
3/31/03 - included a closing segment in which Bill Goldberg made his surprise debut by interruping the Rock's in-ring promo, grabbing a microphone and telling the Rock he's next, and then spearing him to the mat:
WWE Raw World Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned the Hurricane with the Pedigree in a non-title match
Scott Steiner defeated Christopher Nowinski via submission with the Steiner Recliner
Maven pinned Rosey (w/ Rico) with a sunset flip
Booker T defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification when Ric Flair and Triple H interfered; Shawn Michaels attempted to make the save but was eventually beaten down as well
Jeff Hardy pinned Steven Richards (w/ Victoria) with the Swanton after Trish Stratus prevented Victoria from interfering
Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated the Dudley Boyz and WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & Chief Morley (sub. for William Regal) in an elimination match to win the titles; RVD pinned D-Von with the Van Daminator; RVD pinned Morley with the Five Star Frog Splash after Kane hit the chokeslam on both opponents; due to prematch stipulations, had RVD and Kane not won the match they would be forced to work for Chief Morley

4/7/03; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center
4/7/03:
WWE Women�s Champion Trish Stratus pinned Jazz following the bulldog when the referee failed to notice Jazz� foot on the bottom rope during the cover
Chief Morley pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Rob Van Dam with a DDT after Lance Storm held RVD�s leg from the floor; after the bout, RVD fought off a double team attack
Scott Steiner fought Christopher Nowinski to a no contest when Steiner brutally assaulted Nowinski at ringside and on the rampway before the bout following an anti-war tirade from Nowinski
The Rock pinned Jeff Hardy at 6:54 with the Rock Bottom following a DDT; after the bout, Rock called out Bill Goldberg to the ring and opted not to face him at Backlash; moments later, Goldberg speared an interfering Christian and then scared the Rock out of the ring
The Dudley Boyz defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Kane in a handicap match following the 3D; after the bout, Rob Van Dam attempted to make the save but both he and Kane were laid out by the Dudleyz, Morley, and Storm
Goldust pinned Steven Richards (w/ Victoria) with the powerslam
Shawn Michaels & Booker T defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) & Chris Jericho when Booker pinned Triple H by reversing the Pedigree into a backdrop and using a roll over; following the bout, HBK and Booker were brutally triple teamed; the Hurricane attempted to make the save but was tossed to the floor; eventually, Kevin Nash made the save and laid Jericho and Flair to waste while Triple H left ringside (Nash's return after suffering an injury that put him out for 10 months)

4/14/03; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
4/14/03:
Chris Jericho pinned Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) at 6:43 with the bulldog and Lionsault as Test was distracted by Stacy playing to the fans on the outside; after the bout, Test attacked the fan Stacy had been talking to in the front row
Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) & Jazz (w/ Teddy Long) defeated WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus & Ivory at 4:41 when Trish submitted to Jazz' STF; Teddy Long did guest commentary during the bout
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated Lance Storm & Chief Morley in a No DQ match at 12:27 following the chokeslam and Van Terminator on Storm after the Dudley Boyz interfered and attacked the champions before setting Morley up for the Van Daminator
Goldust defeated Christian via disqualification at the 48-second mark following a kick to the groin and a chairshot; after the bout, Christian called out Goldberg and was speared and given the Jackhammer for his trouble
Booker T & the Hurricane defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H & Ric Flair at 6:46 when the Hurricane pinned Flair after Shawn Michaels interfered and hit the superkick on Flair as the figure-4 was being applied; after the bout, Booker, HBK, and the Hurricane were attacked until Kevin Nash made the save; as the show came to a close, tension flared between Booker, HBK, and Nash after several miscommunications; due to prematch stipulations, Booker earned a world title rematch with Triple H for the following week

4/21/03; Atlanta, GA; Phillips Arena
4/21/03:
Chris Jericho defeated the Hurricane via submission to the Walls of Jericho at 6:01 after avoiding the Nightmare on Helms Street by grabbing hold of the referee; after the bout, Ric Flair attacked the Hurricane and locked him in the figure-4 as payback for the previous week's loss
Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Sean Evans at 1:46 in a "5-Minute White Boy Challenge" following a running powerslam; Long did guest commentary for the bout
Scott Steiner & Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated Rosey & Jamal (w/ Rico) at 3:45 when Steiner scored the pin with a reverse DDT; after the bout, Test argued with Stacy over her being with Steiner on the floor; Christopher Nowinski did guest commentary for the bout
Spike Dudley & WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus fought the Dudley Boyz to a no contest as the Dudleyz reluctantly attacked their opponents before the match began, at the request of Chief Morley, before Rob Van Dam and Kane made the save; as the Dudleyz brawled with the tag team champions on the floor, Jazz further brutalized Trish Stratus in the ring
Booker T defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) via disqualification at 14:01 when both Flair and Chris Jericho attacked special referee Shawn Michaels as he prepared to count the pinfall on the champion after executing the superkick; following the bout, Kevin Nash cleared the ring of both Flair and Jericho before Triple H hit a low blow from behind to allow his own escape

4/28/03; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
4/28/03 - included Bill Goldberg as a guest of the debut edition of Chris Jericho's Hi-Lite Reel:
The Hurricane pinned Chief Morley at 5:39 with the flying neckbreaker after Morley missed the Money Shot
Rodney Mack pinned an unknown at 1:58 in a "5 Minute White Boy Challenge"; Teddy Long did guest commentary for the bout
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated WWE Raw World Champion Triple H & Ric Flair at 15:43 when Kane pinned Flair following the chokeslam / Five Star Frog Splash combo after Kevin Nash chased Triple H from ringside with a sledgehammer
Scott Steiner & Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated Rico & Christopher Nowinski at 3:57 when Steiner pinned Nowinski with the reverse DDT; after the bout, Test argued with Stacy as they made their way backstage and, moments later, Rene Dupree and Sylvian Grenier confronted Steiner about his anti-French comments and laid Steiner out after a brief brawl
Booker T defeated Christian via disqualification at 5:36 when 3 Minute Warning and Rico interfered; after the bout, Bill Goldberg made the save - eventually hitting the spear on Rosey through the ringside barricade and leaving through the crowd
Eric Bischoff pinned Trish Stratus in a No DQ match at 3:18 after Trish was beaten down by Jazz moments after Trish fought off interference from Victoria; due to prematch stipulations, Trish would be forced to spend the night with Bischoff; had Trish won, she would have earned a title rematch against Jazz for the following week; after the bout, Linda McMahon arrived and announced that due to Bischoff's abuse of power - he would be sharing the role of Raw GM with Steve Austin

5/5/03; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Metro Centre
5/5/03:
Jerry Lawler (w/ Steve Austin & Jim Ross) pinned Chief Morley (w/ Eric Bischoff) at 4:00 with a fistdrop off the middle turnbuckle after JR pushed Morley off the top rope; due to prematch stipulations, JR won his commentator job back
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated Scott Steiner & Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) at 5:51 when Kane pinned Test following the chokeslam / Five Star Frog Splash combo after Test accidentally kicked Steiner in the face
Booker T pinned Lance Storm at 2:35 with the scissors kick
Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated Tommy Dreamer & Spike Dudley at 3:13 when Grenier pinned Spike following a double team flapjack; after the bout, Scott Steiner and Test made the save
WWE Women�s Champion Jazz (w/ Teddy Long & Rodney Mack) pinned Trish Stratus at 2:34 with a belt shot after Victoria came ringside and distracted the referee
Bill Goldberg fought Christian to a no contest; prior to the bout, Rico and 3 Minute Warning came ringside and attempted to pay Goldberg back for their beating the previous week; Goldberg easily took out all three men, scoring a pin over Rico with the Jackhammer; following the pinfall, Christian attacked Goldberg with a chair and left through the crowd; Steve Austin then came to the ring and ordered a rematch for the following week between Goldberg and Christian - this time in a steel cage - before he and Goldberg closed the show by downing numerous Molson beers

5/12/03; Philadelphia, PA; First Union Center
5/12/03:
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated the Legion of Doom when RVD pinned Road Warrior Hawk following the chokeslam / Five Star Frog Splash combo (LOD�s surprise return after more than a 4-year absence)
Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Mike & Ken Phoenix in a 5-Minute Double White Boy Challenge by making both opponents submit to the Cobra Clutch; during the bout, Long did guest commentary
Bill Goldberg pinned Christian in a steel cage match at 6:50 following the spear and Jackhammer
Ric Flair defeated the Hurricane via submission with the figure-4 in an impromptu match that began backstage under the orders of Steve Austin; after the bout, Triple H came to the ring to celebrate Flair�s victory and hit the Pedigree on the already-injured Hurricane
Scott Steiner, Test (w/ Stacy Keibler), & Goldust defeated Christopher Nowinski, Sylvian Grenier, & Rene Dupree when Steiner pinned Nowinski with a reverse DDT
Trish Stratus (w/ Tommy Dreamer) pinned Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) at 4:47 in a hardcore match with the bulldog after landing two shots with a Singapore cane, moments after Dreamer hit Richards with his own cane on the floor; during the bout, there were trashcans located at each ring post with a variety of weapons inside that could be used by the participants (Trish Stratus - 100% Stratusfaction Guaranteed DVD)
Kevin Nash fought Chris Jericho to a no contest when Triple H and Ric Flair interfered and tossed referee Earl Hebner to the floor; moments later, Shawn Michaels made the save and gave Nash a moral victory by making separate pinfalls on Jericho and Triple H after Nash hit each man with the powerbomb

5/19/03; Greenville, SC; BI-LO Center
5/19/03:
The Dudley Boyz defeated Rosey & Jamal (w/ Rico) following the 3D on Rosey after Jamal came off the top and crashed through a table set up in the ring; after the bout, Rico cut ties with his team
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Kane defeated Chris Jericho & WWE IC Champion Christian via disqualification when Jericho shoved the referee as the challengers attempted to hit the Con-Chair-Two on Kane; Booker T made the save after the match; the bout came about due to a confrontation RVD had with Christian during Jericho's Highlight Reel segment in which Christian refused to defend his newly won title; a brawl erupted, which brought out Kane, and Steve Austin ordered the match to take place immediately
Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Spike Dudley via submission with the Black Out cobra clutch at 4:59 in the 5-minute White Boy Challenge; Long did guest commentary for the bout
Bill Golberg pinned Lance Storm with the spear and Jackhammer; after the bout, Golberg forced Storm to admit that it was Chris Jericho who had masterminded the attempted hit-and-run on Goldberg the previous week
Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated Scott Steiner & Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) when Grenier pinned Test with a roll up after Test collided with his partner on the ring apron, sending Steiner to the floor; after the bout, Steiner and Test argued resulting in Stacy leaving ringside by herself and upset with both men
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Ric Flair with the Pedigree at 7:24 after blocking the challenger's attempt at a Pedigree with a backdrop; after the bout, Kevin Nash scared an exhausted Triple H up the rampway where he was soon met by Steve Austin and told that he would be defending the title against Nash at Bad Blood in a Hell in a Cell match; after the show went off the air, many of the Raw roster filled into the ring as Flair was hoisted onto their shoulders in a showing of respect and tribute (The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection DVD)

5/26/03; Mobile, AL; Civic Center
5/26/03:
Booker T pinned Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) with the scissors kick after Test became distracted by Scott Steiner at ringside; moments earlier, Test pulled Stacy in the way of a Booker baseball slide - knocking her out; Steiner arrived to carry Stacy backstage
Val Venis pinned Steven Richards (w/ Victoria) with the Money Shot; Trish Stratus was the guest commentator for the match
Goldust pinned WWE IC Champion Christian in a non-title match with the powerslam
Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Bubba Ray Dudley at 2:30 with the Black Out in the 5 Minute White Boy Challenge after Christopher Nowinski interfered and hit Bubba with his face protector before escaping through the crowd; after the bout, D-Von Dudley ran into the ring to prevent any further harm to Bubba
Sylvian Grenier (w/ Rene Dupree) defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Rob Van Dam (w/ Kane) in a flag match; RVD originally won the match by grabbing the American flag but the referee was knocked out; Dupree and Kane interfered in the bout, with Kane being stabbed in the throat with the American flag before it was hoisted back up on the pole by Grenier; as the referee came to, Grenier grabbed the French flag to win the match; due to prematch stipulations, Grenier & Dupree earned a tag team title shot for Bad Blood
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H defeated Shawn Michaels & Ric Flair in a non-title handicap match by pinning Michaels with the Pedigree after Flair turned on his partner; after the bout, Kevin Nash was attacked with a chair backstage by a masked man; as Triple H and Flair double teamed Michaels, Nash eventually made his way to the ring to make the save; the masked man soon followed, revealing himself to be Randy Orton, and joined Flair and Triple H in triple teaming Michaels and Nash

6/2/03; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena
6/2/03:
Trish Stratus, Ivory, & Jackie defeated WWE Women's Champion Jazz (w/ Teddy Long), Molly Holly, & Victoria when Ivory pinned Jazz with a facebuster
Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) pinned Steven Richards with the Flatliner; midway through the match, Test arrived at the entrance way to watch the match; after the contest, Eric Bischoff came out and signed a match between Test and Steiner for Bad Blood - with the winner getting the managerial services of Stacy Keibler
Rene Dupree (w/ Sylvian Grenier) pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Kane (w/ WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Rob Van Dam) with a low blow and roll up as Kane attempted to chokeslam Grenier on the apron; moments earlier, RVD was taken out of action after missing a moonsault from the apron to the floor on Grenier; after the bout, Steve Austin came to the ring, sent RVD backstage, and verbally berated Kane in an attempt to rekindle Kane's killer instinct; when it became clear his attempt was failing, Austin hit the Stunner on Kane and left the ring
Booker T & Goldust defeated Chris Jericho & WWE IC Champion Christian when Booker T pinned Christian with the scissors kick after Christian collided with Jericho on the ring apron; after the bout, Jericho knocked Booker and Goldust out with the title belt; eventually, Bill Golberg ran to the ring to make the save but Jericho pulled referee Charles Robinson in front of him as Goldberg attempted the spear; Jericho and Christian retreated backstage as Charles Robinson was taken from ringside on a stretcher
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, Ric Flair, & Randy Orton defeated Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels, & the Hurricane when Orton pinned the Hurricane after Triple H hit the Pedigree on Hurricane behind the referee's back; referee Earl Hebner made a 2-count before it appeared the Hurricane's shoulder was up - however Hebner called for the bell without making the final count; after the bout, Nash cleared the ring of the Evolution

6/9/03; Miami, FL; American Airlines Arena
6/9/03:
Bill Goldberg pinned Rosey with the Jackhammer at 3:25
WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Rene Dupree at 3:06 with a leg scissors takedown into a roll up; after the bout, Dupree and Sylvian Grenier attacked RVD
Trish Stratus & Ivory defeated WWE Women's Champion Jazz (w/ Teddy Long) & Victoria at 5:24 when Ivory pinned Jazz with an inside cradle
Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) pinned Lance Storm at 2:20 with the Flatliner; after the bout, Test knocked Steiner out with a chair and physically threatened Stacy
Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) pinned the Hurricane (w/ Shawn Michaels) at 2:03 with the Diamond Cutter; after the bout, Michaels made the save by attacking both members of the opposition on the ramp
Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long & Christopher Nowinski) defeated D-Von Dudley (w/ Bubba Ray Dudley) at 4:14 via submission with the Blackout

6/16/03; Dallas, TX; American Airlines Center
6/16/03:
The Dudley Boyz & Ivory defeated Christopher Nowinski, Rodney Mack, & WWE Women's Champion Jazz (w/ Teddy Long) at 4:18 when Ivory pinned Jazz with a reversal and a roll up
Test (mystery opponent) fought Mae Young (w/ the Fabulous Moolah) to a no contest when Test shoved Moolah and hit the pumphandle slam on Mae as guest referee Scott Steiner made his way to the ring with Stacy Keibler; moments later, Steiner held Test off as EMTs tended to Mae, who was later taken out on a stretcher
Bill Goldberg & Booker T defeated Chris Jericho & WWE IC Champion Christian at 9:12 when Booker pinned Christian after hitting him with the title belt
Garrison Cade pinned Lance Storm at 2:43 with a roll up as Storm was distracted by Steve Austin who was mocking Storm's lack of charisma over the mic for the duration of the match
Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) pinned Spike Dudley at 4:34 with a spin kick
Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Maven (w/ Mick Foley) at 7:25 with the Diamond Cutter; after the bout, Foley took out both Orton and Flair with the Mandible Claw
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated Rob Van Dam & Kane via disqualification at 8:52 when Kane brutally attacked the champions, hitting one in the head with a chair and dragging the other into the crowd; after the bout, Triple H came to the ring and invited Kane to join Evolution due to his performance in the match; Steve Austin countered the offer by giving Kane a title shot against Triple H for the following week; Eric Bischoff accepted the match but added a stipulation which said if Kane lost the match, he would be forced to unmask in the center of the ring; Kane finally accepted Austin's offer by hitting a chokeslam on Triple H

6/23/03; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
6/23/03 - featured Lance Storm as a guest of the Highlight Reel; included an in-ring tribute to Mick Foley during which a music video set to Staind's "So Far Away" was shown; later in the broadcast, Foley was confronted backstage by Randy Orton, assaulted, and kicked down the stairway:
WWE IC Champion Christian & Test defeated Booker T & Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) when Test pinned Steiner with the boot to the face after Steiner clotheslined Christian to the floor; moments prior to the finish, Test pushed Steiner into Stacy - knocking her off the ring aprong
Maven pinned Christopher Nowinski (w/ Teddy Long) by avoiding a suplex and using a roll up at the 30 second mark
The Dudley Boyz defeated Chris Jericho & Lance Storm in an impromptu match when D-Von pinned Storm with the 3D after Storm collided with Jericho on the ring apron
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated the Hurricane & Sgt. Slaughter in a non-title match when Dupree pinned Slaughter after hitting him with one of the title belts, moments after Slaughter applied the Cobra Clutch on both opponents
Shawn Michaels & Kevin Nash defeated Ric Flair & Randy Orton when Michaels pinned Flair with the flying elbowsmash and superkick
Bill Goldberg pinned Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) with the Jackhammer at the 26 second mark of the 5-minute White Boy Challenge; during Goldberg's entrance, Mack attempted to attack his opponent on the stage but was knocked through the pyro and down the ramp
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Kane with the Pedigree at around the 11-minute mark after Randy Orton came out of the crowd and hit a low blow and the RKO as Kane prepared to chokeslam the champion; moments earlier, Kane fought off a double team from Triple H and Flair, eventually hitting Flair with a chokeslam; due to pre-match stipulations, Kane was forced to unmask; after the bout, Eric Bischoff came out and ordered Kane to unmask but, before he could, Evolution attacked him which brought out Rob Van Dam to make the save; after clearning the ring, Kane eventually did unmask before hitting a chokeslam on RVD

6/30/03; Buffalo, NY; HSBC Arena
6/30/03:
Bill Goldberg fought Lance Storm to a no contest when Rodney Mack attacked Goldberg prior to the match and was met with the spear for his troubles; after the bout, Storm retreated backstage as Goldberg hit the Jackhammer on Mack
Gail Kim won an 8-woman battle royal to win the WWE Women's Title by last eliminating Victoria; order of elimination: Molly Holly eliminated Ivory with a catapult, WWE Women's Champion Jazz was eliminated via injury after suffering a kick to the face from Victoria, Molly was eliminated by Victoria via a backdrop, Jackie was eliminated by Victoria via a kick, Trish Stratus was eliminated after Victoria catapulted Gail into Trish - who was on the ring apron, Gail eliminated Victoria by blocking a powerbomb attempt and holding onto the ring ropes while hitting a hurricanrana on Victoria and sending her to the floor (Kim's TV debut)
Booker T fought WWE IC Champion Christian to a draw after 8 minutes; Booker originally won the match and title with a leg cradle after Christian hit a superplex but Eric Bischoff overruled the decision and ordered that the match be declared a draw since both wrestlers' shoulders were down for the three count; prior to the match, Booker and Christian had a lengthy brawl around ringside and into the crowd
Chris Jericho & Test defeated Scott Steiner & Stacy Keibler when Test pinned Stacy with the pumphandle slam after Steiner was assaulted with a chair; Steiner & Stacy originally won the match via disqualification after Test shoved the referee but Eric Bischoff overruled the decision and ordered that the match continue under No DQ rules
Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) pinned Maven with a spin kick after Jackie pushed Maven off the top
Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Tommy Dreamer with the Diamond Cutter after Dreamer took a swing at Flair with his Singapore cane; after the bout, Flair locked Dreamer in the figure-4 as Orton took shots at Dreamer with the cane
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated the Hurricane & Spike Dudley in a non-title match when Spike was pinned following the double team spinebuster
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Rob Van Dam with a DDT after hitting him with the title belt moments after RVD fought off interference from Flair and Randy Orton; the challenger originally won the match via disqualification when Flair prevented the cover after RVD hit the Five Star Frog Splash but Eric Bischoff overruled the decision and made the match a No DQ, Falls Count Anywhere bout; after the bout, Kane came out without his mask and was about to hit a chokeslam on RVD but instead hit one on Eric Bischoff - sending him off the stage

7/7/03; Montreal, Quebec; Bell Centre
7/7/03 - included Shawn Michaels as a guest of the Highlight Reel in which a match was agreed upon by Michaels and Chris Jericho for two weeks later in Los Angeles:
Booker T pinned WWE IC Champion Christian to win the title with the scissors kick at 13:18; the challenger originally won the match and title moments earlier but the contest continued since Christian's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover
Rosey (w/ Teddy Long & Rodney Mack) pinned the Hurricane at 1:42 with a Samoan Drop; after the bout, the victor turned on Long but was attacked by Mack
Val Venis & WWE Women's Champion Gail Kim defeated Steven Richards & Victoria when Kim pinned Victoria with a hurricanrana into a cover at 3:42
Test pinned Kevin Nash with a boot to the face at 1:47 after pushing an interfering Trish Stratus into Nash; after the bout, Test pushed Trish into the ringside barrier
Chris Jericho defeated Mark Jindrak via submission to the Walls of Jericho at 3:45
Molly Holly defeated Trish Stratus via submission with a neck hold at 3:59; due to prematch stipulations, Molly earned a women's title match for the following week
Rob Van Dam & Bubba Ray Dudley defeated Ric Flair & Randy Orton when RVD pinned Orton with the Five Star Frog Splash at 5:39 after Spike Dudley interfered and pushed Orton off the top

7/14/03; Indianapolis, IN; Conseco Fieldhouse
7/14/03 - included Eric Bischoff as a guest of the Highlight Reel that was interrupted by Steve Austin:
Kevin Nash, Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler), & Trish Stratus defeated Test, Steven Richards, & Victoria at 5:10 when Nash pinned Richards with the powerbomb moments after Test left ringside
Maven pinned Lance Storm at 6:06 by reversing an attempt at the Canadian Maple Leaf into a cover
WWE Raw World Champion Triple H, Ric Flair, & Randy Orton defeated Bubba Ray, D-Von, & Spike Dudley in an elimination match at 14:38; Orton pinned Spike with the RKO; Orton pinned D-Von after Triple H hit him with one of La Resistance's flags; Orton pinned Bubba Ray after Triple H hit the Pedigree
Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Rosey with a roll up at the 55-second mark after Long interfered and hit a low blow; after the bout, the Hurricane made the save
WWE IC Champion Booker T pinned Christian with the scissors kick at 7:50; Christian originally won the match and title but Steve Austin had the match continued due to the challenger using the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Christian attacked the referee until Austin beat him down
WWE Women's Champion Gail Kim pinned Molly Holly with a hurricanrana into a cover at 3:13

7/21/03; Los Angeles, CA; Staples Center
7/21/03:
Victoria & Molly Holly defeated WWE Women's Champion Gail Kim & Trish Stratus when Molly scored the pin at 3:51 after Trish accidentally kicked her partner
Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Val Venis with the RKO at 3:54; Triple H did commentary for the bout; after the match, Bill Goldberg had an in-ring confrontation with Triple H
Chris Jericho defeated Shawn Michaels via submission to the Walls of Jericho at 24:02 after Randy Orton interfered and hit the RKO onto a steel chair; midway through the bout, Ric Flair came ringside and distracted the referee prior to the finish
WWE IC Champion Booker T pinned Test with a roll up at 4:43 after the challenger became distracted by Stacy Keibler giving Scott Steiner a lap dance on the entranceway
Rob Van Dam fought Kane to a no contest when officials, along with Linda McMahon and Eric Bischoff, attempted to stop Kane from chokeslamming his opponent off the stage; after the contest, Kane fought off the officials before hitting a tombstone on Linda onto the stage

7/28/03; Colorado Springs, Co; World Arena
7/28/03 - included Shawn Michaels and Randy Orton as guests of the Highlight Reel which led to Kevin Nash interrupting and having an impromptu match with Chris Jericho:
WWE IC Champion Booker T & Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated Test & Christian when Booker pinned Christian with the scissors kick
Bill Goldberg pinned Steven Richards with the spear / Jackhammer combo; after the bout, Triple H and Evolution confronted the victor from the stage and a match was signed for the following week between Ric Flair and Goldberg
Val Venis pinned Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) with the Money Shot after fighting off interference from Jackie and knocking Rico off the top
Kevin Nash defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification in an impromptu match following a low blow; after the bout, Nash bloodied and brutalized Jericho inside the ring and around ringside until Jericho escaped into the crowd
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade when Jindrak was pinned following the double spinebuster; midway through the bout, the Dudley Boyz - who were doing guest commentary for the match - and the champions were held apart at ringside; after the contest, the champions fought off an attack from the Dudleyz by using the French flag as a weapon
Molly Holly pinned WWE Women's Champion Gail Kim to win the title with a somersault sit-down splash off the top onto a standing Kim

8/4/03; Vancouver, British Columbia; PNE Coliseum
8/4/03:
Bubba Ray Dudley (w/ D-Von Dudley) pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Rene Dupree (w/ WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Sylvian Grenier) after both partners interfered and D-Von hit Dupree with the French flagpole, busting him open
Randy Orton pinned Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) with the RKO moments after Steiner sent an interfering Test to the floor with a clothesline
Christian pinned the Hurricane by using the tights for leverage; after the bout, Rosey made the save and hit Christian with a sidwalk slam
Bill Goldberg defeated Ric Flair via disqualification when Randy Orton interfered; after the bout, a brawl ensued involving Evolution, Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, Goldberg, and Chris Jericho; moments thereafter, Steve Austin announced that the new main event for Summer Slam would feature all six men in an Elimination Chamber match
Trish Stratus defeated WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly via disqualification when Victoria attacked the challenger on the floor; after the bout, Gail Kim made the save for Trish - only to attack her
Rob Van Dam pinned Chris Jericho with a split-legged moonsault; after the bout, Jericho - blaming the earlier brawl with Kevin Nash on his loss - challenged Nash to a hair vs. hair match
Eric Bischoff pinned Shane McMahon in a No DQ match after Kane came ringside, attacked Shane on the floor, rammed him into the ringpost, and hit a tombstone onto the steel ringsteps before rolling him back into the ring

8/11/03; Moline, IL; Mark of the Quad
8/11/03 - included Kevin Nash as a guest of the Highlight Reel in which Nash showed pictures on the plasma screen as to what Jericho would look like after the hair vs. hair match the following week:
Rico & Jackie Gayda defeated Scott Steiner & Stacy Keibler when Jackie pinned Stacy with a legdrop, moments after Rico dropped Stacy throat-first over the top rope, as Steiner brawled with an interfering Test in the front row; after the bout, Steiner called Test out and Test replied by challenging Steiner to a match for the following week with Stacy Keibler on the line
The Dudley Boyz defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree via disqualification in a non-title match after a matter of seconds when the champions attacked the Dudleyz with the American flag before snapping it in half and pouring wine over their downed opponents
WWE IC Champion Christian pinned Spike Dudley with the Unprettier; the challenger was hand-picked by Christian due to the debut of Spike TV
Eric Bischoff defeated Kane via count-out when Kane let go of a chokeslam attempt and went to the floor; after the bout, Kane survived an attack from Rob Van Dam with a chair shot to the head after avoiding RVD's Five Star Frog Splash in which Van Dam hit a steel chair face-first; it was later revealed by Steve Austin that the winner of the bout would face Shane McMahon at Summer Slam
WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly defeated Trish Stratus and Gail Kim by pinning Kim with a clothesline as Kim charged towards Trish Stratus, who was hung upside down in the corner
The Hurricane pinned Rodney Mack with a crossbody off the top; after the bout, Rosey made the save and hit a sidwalk slam on Mack
Bill Goldberg pinned Ric Flair with the Jackhammer in a No DQ match after Shawn Michaels hit a superkick on special referee Randy Orton, moments after both Orton and Flair suffered Goldberg's spear, and slapped the unconscious Orton's hand to the mat three times for the pinfall

8/18/03; Grand Rapids, MI; Van Andel Arena
8/18/03 - featured an in-ring segment in which a military personnel at ringside was invited into the ring with the Dudley Boyz, only to assist Renee Dupree & Sylvian Grenier in attacking the Dudleyz with the American flag; the personnel was later identified as Rob Conway:
WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly defeated Trish Stratus via disqualification when Gail Kim broke Molly's cover, moments after Trish kicked Gail off the ring apron, and proceeded to brawl with the champion on the floor
Test pinned Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) with a boot to the face after convincing both Steiner and a number of referees that he had injured his knee during a failed boot to the face moments earlier; due to prematch stipulations, Test regained the managerial services of Stacy Keibler
Chris Jericho pinned Kevin Nash in a hair vs. hair match after hitting him in the face with brass knuckles; after the bout, Jericho cut off much of Nash's hair before Nash came to; it's important to note that Nash was accidentally hit with a spear from Bill Goldberg earlier in the show during the Highlight Reel
Rosey (w/ the Hurricane) pinned Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long) with a spinning sidewalk slam
Rob Van Dam fought WWE IC Champion Christian to a no contest when Kane interfered as the referee was down, hit RVD in the head with a chair as the challenger lept inbetween the ropes to the floor, and dragged RVD backstage where he was eventually handcuffed
Bill Goldberg pinned Randy Orton with the spear and Jackhammer after special enforcer Steve Austin fought off interference from Ric Flair; Flair and Triple H did guest commentary for the bout; after the match, Triple H and Goldberg had a staredown until Kevin Nash attacked Goldberg from behind in the ring and hit the powerbomb as payback for Goldberg accidentally spearing him earlier in the show; Triple H was then met with a superkick from Shawn Michaels on the ramp, who then was attacked from behind by Chris Jericho; the show came to a close as Jericho draped Triple H's heavyweight title over his shoulder

8/25/03; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center
8/25/03 - included Linda McMahon as a guest of the Highlight Reel which was interrupted by Shane McMahon with Shane issuing a challenge to Chris Jericho for later in the night:
Trish Stratus pinned Gail Kim with the bulldog; after the bout, Molly Holly attacked Trish in the aisle before dragging Gail backstage and forcing her to join forces against Trish
Rob Conway & WWE Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated Bubba Ray, D-Von, & Spike Dudley when Conway pinned Bubba after hitting him in the back of the head with one of the title belts
Rodney Mack & Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak when Henry caught Jindrak coming off the top and hit a powerslam (Henry's surprise TV return match)
Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Maven (w/ Shawn Michaels) with a version of Michaels' own superkick; after the bout, Michaels and Orton had a staredown as HBK tended to Maven in the ring
WWE IC Champion Christian pinned Jerry Lawler with a roll up in an impromptu match after Lawler tried to get at an interfering Jonathan Coachman, who did guest commentary for the match; Steve Austin made the bout when Christian complained about being left off the Summer Slam card during a segment in which Eric Bischoff awarded Coachman the Employee of the Month award
Shane McMahon fought Chris Jericho to a no contest when Jericho and the referee rolled out of the ring as Kane came ringside and hit a chokeslam on Shane before leaving through the crowd; once Shane came to his senses, he followed Kane into the crowd and outside the arena where he was ambushed; Kane attempted to throw Shane into a gasoline-filled flaming dumpster but Shane fought back, kicking Kane backwards and into the flame

9/1/03; Lafayette, LA; Cajundome
9/1/03:
Jonathan Coachman pinned Jerry Lawler with an elbowdrop after Al Snow, who had come ringside to urge Coachman to give up and not risk injury, attacked Lawler from behind and threw him into the steel ringpost; after the bout, it was revealed that Snow's appearance at ringside was a setup
WWE IC Champion Christian pinned Chris Jericho in an impromptu match with a roll over and holding onto the top rope for leverage, moments after Jericho had done the same but was caught in the act and forced to break; the bout was made by Steve Austin after hearing both men complain about being ignored
WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Gail Kim defeated Trish Stratus & Ivory when Molly blocked Trish's handspring into a hurricanrana and turned it into a powerbomb double team; after the bout, Molly & Gail hit Ivory with a double DDT as Trish lay unconscious
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated the Hurricane & Rosey when the Hurricane was pinned after Rob Conway interfered and hit Hurricane in the back of the head with one of the title belts; after the bout, the Dudley Boyz made the save as the champions attempted to set up tables in the ring to use on the unconcious challengers
Test & Stacy Keibler defeated Steven Richards & Victoria in a No DQ match when Stacy pinned Victoria after Test inadvertantly kicked Victoria in the face, after an interfering Scott Steiner moved out of the way; Steiner dropped a chair across Test's back in the front row as Stacy made the cover; after the match, Test escaped backstage dragging Stacy with him
Bill Goldberg, Shawn Michaels, & Maven defeated WWE Raw World Champion Triple H, Ric Flair, & Randy Orton when Goldberg pinned Orton with the spear and Jackhammer, keeping eye contact with Triple H the entire time; after the bout, Goldberg continued to have a staredown with Triple H while the champion backed up the rampway as the show came to a close

9/8/03; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center
9/8/03:
Kane pinned Rob Van Dam in a steel cage match at 14:10 with a chokeslam off the top rope; RVD had orignally won the match after he was brutally and repeatedly rammed into the cage to the point where it swung open and he fell out but Eric Bischoff overruled the decision, stating that the winner would be the one to climb over the top to the floor, go out the door, or get the pin - and since that didn't happen the match would continue; after the bout, a bloody and beaten RVD was taken from ringside on a stretcher
Lance Storm (w/ Goldust) pinned Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) at 2:44 with a kick off the top rope after kissing Gayda on the apron
WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Gail Kim defeated Trish Stratus & Jackie at 3:09 when Trish was pinned after her opponents threw her over the top to the floor; after the bout, Trish recieved a double DDT
Mark Henry, Rodney Mack (w/ Teddy Long), Rob Conway, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree defeated the Hurricane, Rosey, Bubba Ray, D-Von, & Spike Dudley at 4:42 when Henry pinned Bubba Ray with the standing powerslam; after the bout, the tag team champions hit a powerbomb on Spike from inside the ring onto a table set up on the floor - with Spike's head barely grazing the end of the table; moments later, the Hurricane recieved a powerbomb through the same table
Scott Steiner defeated Steven Richards at 2:30, despite the interference of Test who was ringside with Stacy Keibler for the bout; after the match, Steiner challenged Test to a match at Unforgiven with Stacy once again on the line; Test agreed but also added the stipulation that Steiner himself would be at stake in the match and if he were to lose, he would become Test's bitch
Bill Goldberg & Randy Orton (mystery partner) fought World Heavyweight Champion Triple H & Ric Flair (mystery partner) to a no contest when all three members of Evolution attacked Goldberg and brutalized him as the cage used earlier in the night was lowered; Triple H held the title belt in front of his opponent's face, as Orton and Flair held the beaten Goldberg down, and stated that Goldberg would never take the championship from him

9/15/03; Columbia, SC; Carolina Center
9/15/03:
Rob Van Dam fought Chris Jericho to a draw at 8:18 in an impromptu match when WWE IC Champion Christian accidentally hit Jericho with the title belt before doing the same to RVD; the match was made by Steve Austin to determine who would challenge Christian for the title at Unforgiven; after the bout, Austin declared that all three men would compete for the title at the pay-per-view
Rob Conway (w/ WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree) pinned Spike Dudley (w/ the Dudley Boyz) at the 23 second mark with a neckbreaker after the cornermen battled into the crowd; after the bout, Conway set up a table in the ring and hit a powerbomb on Spike through the table; Spike wrestled with a neck brace after sustaining an injury the week before; after the bout, the Dudleyz chased Conway from ringside before checking on Spike
The Fabulous Moolah (w/ Mae Young) pinned Victoria at the 31 second mark with a roll up as Victoria berated Mae after knocking her to the floor; after the bout, Victoria attacked both women before Randy Orton came to the ring, pulled her off, and called Moolah a legend - before dropping the 80 year-old Moolah with the RKO to prove his claim of being the legend killer
Rodney Mack & Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Lance Storm & Goldust at 1:57 when Henry pinned Goldust with the standing powerslam
WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Gail Kim defeated Trish Stratus in a handicap match at 4:04 when Molly scored the pin with the Molly-Go-Round; after the bout, Trish was brutually double teamed until Lita made the save and laid out both Molly and Gail
Val Venis pinned Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) at 2:56 with a modified Rock Bottom after Test crotched himself on the top rope and Stacy rocked the ropes up and down to increase the pain; after the bout, Test dragged Stacy backstage with him as Scott Steiner - who came ringside late in the match - called Test out; Al Snow & Jonathan Coachman did commentary for the bout after having Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler's headphones turned off
Jerry Lawler pinned Al Snow at 2:23 with an inside cradle in an impromptu match; Jim Ross & Jonathan Coachman did commentary for the bout; after the match, Coachman attacked JR from behind before running backstage with Snow

9/22/03; Washington DC; MCI Center
9/22/03:
Rob Van Dam defeated WWE IC Champion Christian via disqualification at 4:45 when the champion nailed RVD with the title belt after being thrown to the floor; after the match, Christian brought a ladder into the ring and hit his own version of the Five Star Frog Splash from the top of the ladder
Mark Henry (w/ Rodney Mack & Teddy Long) pinned Tommy Dreamer in a hardcore match at the 55 second mark with the standing powerslam after Dreamer knocked Mack off the apron
Lita & Trish Stratus defeated WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Gail Kim at 6:59 when Lita pinned Kim with the Twist of Fate
The Hurricane & Rosey defeated Rene Dupree & Rob Conway (w/ Sylvian Grenier) at 3:56 following a double team move on Conway; after the bout, the Dudley Boyz came to the ring to congratulate the victors and to thank the US servicemen in attendance
Triple H, Ric Flair, & Randy Orton defeated Maven, Garrison Cade, & Mark Jindrak at 7:10 when Flair pinned Maven following Triple H's Pedigree
World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Chris Jericho with the spear / Jackhammer combo at 6:58 after Steve Austin pulled special ringside referee Eric Bischoff out of the ring as he was working in Jericho's favor

9/29/03; Chicago, IL; AllState Arena
9/29/03 - included Jim Ross as a guest of the Highlight Reel in which he was attacked by Chris Jericho and locked in the Walls of Jericho until Steve Austin made the save:
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) & Scott Steiner at 2:45 when Test was pinned with the 3D after suffering a chair shot from Stacy; after the bout, Steiner hit a belly to belly suplex on Stacy after she cost him his match at Unforgiven as well as a shot at the tag team titles
Maven, Mark Jindrak, & Garrison Cade defeated Sylvian Grenier, Rene Dupree, & Rob Conway at 3:44 when Jindrak pinned Conway
Jim Ross pinned Jonathan Coachman at 4:46 with the Stunner in a Country Whipping Match; due to pre-match stipulations, Ross & Jerry Lawler regained their announcing position from Coachman & Al Snow
Kane pinned the Hurricane at the 57-second mark with a chokeslam; after the bout, Kane hit a second chokeslam; no one was allowed at ringside for the duration of the bout, especially Hurricane's tag team partner Rosey
World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg & Shawn Michaels defeated Ric Flair & Randy Orton via disqualification at 5:48 when Rodney Mack interfered and hit Goldberg with a chair; while disposing of Mack in the ring, Goldberg failed to notice Mark Henry at ringside who brutallized Shawn Michaels, leaving him a bloody mess

10/6/03; Uncasville, CT; Mohegan Sun Arena
10/6/03:
Kane pinned Rosey with the chokeslam at 3:19; after the bout, Kane hit a chokeslam on an interfering Hurricane before being jumped by Shane McMahon, who came through the crowd; immediately after the match, Kane followed Shane backstage where he eventually found himself in the back seat of a limo that was driven into the side of a truck by Shane - destroying the car and sending Kane to the hospital
Lita pinned Gail Kim at 6:08 with a DDT; Molly Holly did guest commentary for the contest
Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) pinned Spike Dudley in an impromptu match at around the 5-minute mark with the Flatliner (the contest began during the commercial break); after the bout, Steiner hit a fall away slam off the top until the Dudley Boyz made the save; as the Dudleyz attempted to hit the 3D on Steiner, Test came ringside and pulled Steiner out of the ring for the save
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam & Lance Storm defeated Chris Jericho & Chrsitian in an impromptu match at around the 10-minute mark when Storm pinned Jericho with a dropkick to the back of the head as Jericho had the Walls of Jericho applied on RVD (the contest began during the commercial break)
Ric Flair & Randy Orton defeated Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade at 6:31 when Flair pinned Jindrak following Orton's RKO behind the referee's back after Flair sustained the elevated dropkick finisher
Maven & Trish Stratus defeated Steven Richards & Victoria when Maven pinned Richards with a swinging facebuster off the top at 5:37 after Trish kicked Richards in the head; after the match, Victoria threw Trish into the steel ring steps until Maven made the save
World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) via disqualification at 5:10 in a non-title $100,000 bounty match when Rodney Mack interfered and hit the champion with a chair; in a post-match altercation, Goldberg hit the Jackhammer on Henry after accidentally hitting the spear on Shawn Michaels, who came to the ring to even the odds

10/13/03; Pittsburgh, PA; Mellon Arena
10/13/03:
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) via disqualification when the challenger avoided the Van Daminator on the floor and hit the champion with a steel chair at 3:23; after the match, Steve Austin came ringside as Steiner threatened Stacy with the chair and, after being clotheslined, Austin attacked Steiner in and around the ring before Steiner left ringside; moments thereafter, Austin hit the Stunner on Stacy when she refused a celebratory beer
Maven pinned Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) (sub. for an injured Ric Flair) at 1:53 with the swinging DDT off the top; after the contest, Flair - who falsely claimed to have sustained a pulled hamstring the day before in Wheeling, WV - ran to the ring and blindsided Maven with his crutch before he was eventually pulled off by several referees
Booker T (mystery partner), Shane McMahon, & WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Chris Jericho, Christian, Rene Dupree, & Rob Conway in a tables match at 18:46 when Booker hit hit the Book End on Conway through the table; late in the contest, Spike Dudley interfered on behalf of his brothers but was thrown to the floor by Christian during an attempt at the Dudley Dogg
Trish Stratus, Lita, & Ivory defeated WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly, Victoria (w/ Steven Richards), & Gail Kim at 4:16 when Trish pinned Victoria with a sunset flip out of a Widow's Peak attempt; after the match, Chris Jericho came to Trish's aid against Steven Richards and Victoria
World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg & Shawn Michaels defeated Ric Flair, Randy Orton, & Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) in a handicap match at 6:08 when Goldberg pinned Henry with the spear / Jackhammer combo after Michaels took out Flair and Orton with a plancha to the floor; moments after the conclusion of the match, Michaels hit the superkick on Goldberg as payback for the previous week; Eric Bischoff then came out and announced that Michaels would face Goldberg the next week for the title

10/20/03; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Casey Plaza
10/20/03:
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Rene Dupree & Rob Conway at around the 3-minute mark when D-Von scored the pin following the Doomsday Device; the champions wore armbands in memory of Road Warrior Hawk who passed away the day before
Booker T defeated Randy Orton via count-out at around the 4-minute mark when Orton left ringside after sustaining the scissors kick; after the match, Booker volunteered to join Steve Austin's team for the Survivor Series; the contest began during the commercial break
Shawn Michaels fought World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg to a no contest when Mark Henry attacked Goldberg backstage during his entrance, smashing the champion into his dressing room and knocking down the door in the process; as a result, the match was postponed until later in the night
Chris Jericho & Scott Steiner defeated WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam & Lance Storm at 10:05 when Jericho pinned RVD with the Lionsault as the champion was stomach-first on the mat after Steiner prevented the Rolling Thunder with a chair shot; after the match, Steiner and Jericho assaulted Storm
WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) defeated Trish Stratus & Lita at 3:58 when Victoria pinned Trish after Richards interfered and blocked an attempted electric chair into a powerbomb; after the contest, Christian made the save for Trish and Lita, fought off the heels, and helped Lita to her feet
Ric Flair pinned Maven at 3:57 with a roll over and using the tights for leverage
Shawn Michaels fought World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg to a no contest at around 6:30 when Batista made his return, pulled the challenger out of the ring, attacked him, and tossed him into the front row before hitting a sit-down powerbomb on the champion and snapping his ankle in a folded up steel chair; after the contest, Evolution came out and awarded Batista the $100,000 bounty which was placed on Goldberg's head

10/27/03; Fayetteville, NC; Crown Coliseum
10/27/03:
Booker T pinned Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) with the scissors kick at 1:37; after the contest, Rob Van Dam made the save for Booker against Chris Jericho, Christian, and Scott Steiner as they attempted to triple team Booker inside of a steel cage
Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Lance Storm via disqualification at the 47-second mark when Shawn Michaels interfered and hit the superkick on Henry after Storm was tossed to the floor
The Hurricane & John Heidenreich defeated Rob Conway & Rene Dupree when Heidenreich pinned Conway at 5:54 with a modified chokeslam; after the match, Heidenreich hit the move on Dupree when he began waving the French flag in the ring in front of the many US servicemen in attendance (Heidenreich's TV debut)
Shane McMahon pinned Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) in a streetfight at 6:24 with the Van Terminator; after the match, Shane set Test's brooken foot on the ring steps and smashed it with a steel chair before Kane came out; moments thereafter, Kane accepted Shane's challenge for an Ambulance match at Survivor Series
Lita defeated Victoria (w/ Steven Richards), Trish Stratus, and Gail Kim at 2:51 by pinning Victoria with a DDT after Victoria accidentally knocked Richards off the ring apron; due to prematch stipulations, Lita earned a women's title shot against Molly Holly at the Survivor Series; during the contest, Molly came out on the entranceway to watch the match
Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade defeated Ric Flair & Randy Orton (w/ Batista) at 3:17 when Jindrak pinned Flair with a roll over and using the tights for leverage after Maven, who came ringside as the match began, interfered and nailed Flair in the head; after the contest, Flair, Orton, and Batista brutalized Maven, Jindrak, and Cade - with Batista hitting spinebusters and powerbombs on the three men
Chris Jericho defeated WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 4:40 to win the title; during the closing moments of the match, Eric Bischoff came ringside and distracted the referee long enough for Jericho to pull the champion off the ring ropes - thus keeping the hold applied; after the match, Steve Austin ordered for an immediate rematch inside a steel cage
Rob Van Dam defeated WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho to win the match in a steel cage match at around the 9 minute mark by escaping over the top and kicking the door into Jericho's face as he came down the other side; prior to the contest beginning, Austin chased Bischoff backstage after Bischoff accidentally bumped into Austin on the rampway; after the match, a brawl ensued in the cage pitting Booker, RVD, and the Dudley Boyz against Steiner, Jericho, Christian, and Mark Henry

11/3/03; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
11/3/03 - included a closing segment in which Steve Austin called out Batista, with Batista then coming to the ring where he and Austin brawled; after sending Batista to the floor, Austin dropped an interfering Mark Henry with the Stunner before being jumped from behind by Batista; moments later, Bill Goldberg made a surprise appearance, came out to the ring, and made the save for Austin; after clearing the ring, Austin offered Goldberg a beer, which Goldberg declined, saying he would only drink if he was given a match with Batista for the following week; Austin agreed and the two shared a few beers as the show came to a close:
Chris Jericho & Cristian defeated Booker T & WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam at 7:33 when Jericho pinned RVD with a neckbreaker and having Christian hold down RVD's leg from the outside during the cover
Batista (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Maven at 2:33 with a powerbomb after punching his opponent in the mouth as Maven attempted the modified bulldog off the top
Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz in a non-title match at 4:23 when Cade pinned Bubba Ray with a clothesline after the champions became distracted by Scott Steiner, who threatened to gorilla press slam Stacy Keibler on the rampway
Lance Storm pinned Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) via submission by using a single leg takedown into the Canadian Maple Leaf at 1:58; prior to the match, Val Venis came ringside with several females and, after the match, he and Val celebrated in the ring with the ladies
John Heidenreich & Trish Stratus defeated Steven Richards & Victoria in a mixed tag team match at 5:18 when Heidenreich pinned Richards with a backbreaker submission into a powerbomb
Shawn Michaels pinned Mark Henry with the superkick at 6:26 after lifting his knees as Henry came off with a bomb out of the corner; during the opening moments of the contest, Steve Austin - acting as the ringside enforcer for the match - sent Teddy Long backstage after Long interfered on behalf of Henry; after the match, Austin called out Batista and a brawl ensued between the two until Bill Goldberg made the save; since Austin was acting as the ringside enforcer, it was legal for him to fight Batista

11/10/03; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
11/10/03:
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam pinned Christian at 5:28 with a leg sweep as the challenger attempted to use a steel chair, followed by the Rolling Thunder and Five Star Frog Splash; members of Team Austin and Team Bischoff were banned from ringside for the duration of the contest
Rob Conway & Rene Dupree defeated the Hurricane & Rosey at 3:06 when Conway pinned Hurricane with the swinging neckbreaker after Dupree knocked Hurricane off the turnbuckle, with the Hurricane landing throat-first across the top rope; prior to the contest, Jonathan Coachman came out to relieve Lillian Garcia of her ring announcing duties for the rest of the night under the orders of Eric Bischoff
WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Gail Kim defeated Lita & Terri at 2:40 when Molly pinned Lita with a roll up and grabbing the middle rope for leverage; after the match, Molly and Gail double teamed Terri on the floor
Shawn Michaels pinned Randy Orton with the superkick at 6:41 after hitting a side slam onto a steel chair, set up in the ring by Orton; members of Team Austin and Team Bischoff were banned from ringside for the duration of the contest
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) & Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) via disqualification in a non-title match at 7:14 when Steiner hit Bubba Ray in the back with a steel chair as the champions attempted the 3D on Henry; after the match, Steiner continued to beat down both Dudleyz with the chair; members of Team Austin and Team Bischoff were banned from ringside for the duration of the contest
Booker T pinned Chris Jericho with a modified crucifix out of the corner at 3:52; members of Team Austin and Team Bischoff were banned from ringside for the duration of the contest, however immediately after the bout Team Bischoff joined in attacking Booker as he was caught in the Walls of Jericho; moments thereafter, Team Austin came out for the save; after Coachman announced Jericho as being the winner via disqualification, he was trapped in the ring by Team Austin where he eventually sustained a 3D from the Dudley Boyz
World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Batista via disqualification in a non-title match at 2:16 when Triple H, who was sent out of the arena earlier in the show, returned and clipped the champion in his injured leg as he was preparing for the Jackhammer; prior to the match, Lillian Garcia returned as the ring announcer; after the match, Triple H hit the Pedigree but Goldberg eventually fought back - hitting the spear on Triple H and nailing Batista in the chest with Triple H's own sledgehammer

11/17/03; Beaumont, TX; SE Texas Arena
11/17/03 - included Lita as a guest of the Highlight Reel in which Chris Jericho introduced Matt Hardy as the newest member of the Raw roster:
Booker T pinned Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) at 6:23 with a roll up out of the corner and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage
Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade defeated Rob Conway & Rene Dupree at 3:55 when Cade pinned Dupree following the elevated dropkick double team
WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated Ric Flair via disqualification at 6:32 when Randy Orton - who had been doing guest commentary for the match - attacked the champion as he attempted the Five Star Frog Splash and hit the RKO from the top rope; prior to the bout beginning, the referee informed the champion that the Five Star Frog Splash had been banned by Eric Bischoff for the contest
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Test & Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) at 6:48 when D-Von pinned Test with the 3D after Stacy refused to hand Test one of the title belts so he could use it as a weapon
Eric Bischoff & WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly defeated Matt Hardy & Lita at 2:36 when Bischoff pinned Lita with a hair pull after Hardy refused to tag in; immediately after the match, Hardy confronted Lita, called her selfish for being on Raw instead of joining him on Smackdown, and then dumped her; due to prematch stipulations, Lita was fired from the WWE; had Lita's team won, she would have earned a rematch against Molly for the women's title; later in the broadcast Christian used his favor given by Bischoff, as a result of Team Bischoff winning at Survivor Series, to get Lita her job back (Matt's first match on Raw since 8/02)
Val Venis (w/ Lance Storm) pinned Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) with the Money Shot at 6:02
Triple H, Randy Orton, & Batista defeated World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg in a non-title handicap match at 6:13 when Triple H pinned Goldberg with the Pedigree after the champion sustained Orton's RKO and Batista's sit-down powerbomb; midway through the contest, Ric Flair came ringside; after the bout, Triple H challenged the beaten Goldberg to a title match for the following week; moments later, as Evolution prepared to further attack Goldberg, Kane came out, cleared the ring, and then hit a chokeslam on the champion

11/24/03; Salt Lake City, UT; E Center
Raw Roulette - 11/24/03:
Victoria defeated Lita in a steel cage match by escaping through the door at 4:09 after Matt Hardy interfered and slammed the door on Lita's head as she attempted to leave the cage; after the match, Christian made the save - forcing Hardy to escape over the top; prior to the bout, Eric Bischoff allowed WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly to spin the wheel and determine the stipulation of the contest
Randy Orton pinned Sgt. Slaughter with the RKO at 1:54 in a Legend Killer Match; after the bout, Rob Van Dam made the save but Orton was able to roll out of the ring before RVD attempted the Five Star Frog Splash
WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Bubba Ray Dudley & Garrison Cade defeated Matt Hardy & Christian in a Strange Bedfellows Match at 3:49 when Cade pinned Christian with a flying elbow drop after Christian sustained the Bubba Bomb; in the closing moments of the match, Hardy rejected a tag and slowly walked up the ramp until the conclusion of the contest; after the bout, Bubba Ray and Cade had a confrontation regarding Cade gaining the pinfall behind Bubba's back and the fact that Cade was reulctant to let go of Bubba's tag team title belt
World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) via disqualification at 7:17 when Kane, who had come ringside moments earlier, interfered and kicked the champion in the face after the challenger had sustained the spear; late in the contest, Goldberg hit the spear on an interfering Randy Orton (for which the time keeper prematurely rang the bell); moments later, Triple H hit the Pedigree on the distracted champion which prompted Kane's pyro to go off; after the match, Kane continued to assault Goldberg before hitting the chokeslam
Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Booker T in a Salt Lake City Streetfight at 3:11 after sending Booker head-first into a trash can stuck inbetween the turnbuckle pads and then slamming the trash can over Booker's head; late in the match, Henry kicked out of the scissors kick
Test & Scott Steiner (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam in a non-title handicap Singapore Cane Match at 2:45 when Test scored the pin by hitting RVD over the back with the cane after Steiner sustained the Five Star Frog Splash
Trish Stratus defeated Jackie Gayda (w/ Rico) in a Bra & Panties Match at 1:59 after Jackie accidentally kicked Rico out of the ring; after the bout, Jackie argued with Lillian Garcia at ringside before ripping Lillian's shirt off
Shawn Michaels & Chris Jericho defeated Ric Flair & Batista in a Bischoff's Choice Match at 5:03 when Jericho, after being hit by a blinded Michaels moments earlier, hit a superkick on his partner - causing Michaels to fall on top of Flair, who had sustained Michaels' superkick, for the pin; immediately after the match, Jericho left ringside; moments later, Batista hit the powerbomb on Michaels before choking him into unconciousness and leaving him bleeding from the mouth

12/1/03; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena
12/1/03 - included Mick Foley interrupting an in-ring segment with Eric Bischoff and World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg, announcing Linda McMahon hired him as an outside consultant that could make any changes he saw fit and that he named himself the new co-GM of Raw; later in the show, Foley fired Scott Steiner & Test; featured Chris Jericho and Christian letting it be known that they had a bet going as to who could sleep with Trish and Lita, respectively, first - with Trish listening in on the conversation from the hallway:
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade at 2:10 when D-Von pinned Cade with a roll up and using the tights for leverage moments after Cade attempted the same; immediately after the match, Jindrak & Cade demanded a rematch due to the controversial finish
Booker T pinned Test (w/ Stacy Keibler) with the scissors kick at 2:29 after Stacy slapped Test; after the bout, Booker got Stacy to do two Spinaroonies before he was attacked by Mark Henry and sustained two powerslams
Lance Storm & Val Venis defeated Rob Conway & Rene Dupree at 2:53 when Storm pinned Conway following the Hart Attack; after the bout, Foley - who did guest commentary for the bout - fired both Conway & Dupree when their rendition of the Pledge of Allegiance was not impassioned enough
Chris Jericho & Trish Stratus defeated Rico & Jackie Gayda at 6:46 when Trish pinned Jackie with the bulldog
Matt Hardy pinned Christian (w/ Lita) at 6:26 with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after Christian became distracted by Molly Holly at ringside, who threw Lita into the steel ring steps
Jerry Lawler pinned Jonathan Coachman at the 51-second mark with a fistdrop off the middle turnbuckle; due to prematch stipulations, Coachman was fired; had Coachman won, he and Al Snow would have become the Raw commentary team; after the bout, Lawler and JR had the crowd join in as they sang Coachman goodbye
World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg, Shawn Michaels, & WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam defeated Kane, Batista, & Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) at 13:49 when RVD pinned Orton with the Five Star Frog Splash, with Mick Foley making the pinfall after the referee was knocked out by Flair, after the other four competitors battled into the crowd; after the bout, Eric Bischoff confronted Foley - who stated that his firings earlier in the show were not legit, simply a way to teach Bischoff a lesson, before announcing Kane vs. Goldberg for the following week, and then applying Mr. Socko on Bischoff

12/8/03; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
12/8/03 - included an in-ring segment with co-Raw GM Mick Foley in which he announced he would be the guest referee for the RVD vs. Randy Orton match at Armageddon and that half a million signatures have already been added to a petition to bring back Steve Austin; moments later, Rob Conway & Rene Dupree interrupted and threatened to beat Foley down if he didn't salute the French flag; as both men circled Foley, the Rock made a surprise appearance in which he said the only thing strong about the French army was their body odor; moments later, all four men began brawling with Rock hitting the Rock Bottom on Conway, Foley applying the Mr. Socko Mandible Claw on Dupree, and both men sustaining a People's Elbow either from Rock or Foley; to end the segment, Rock signed Foley's petition to bring Austin back (Rock's first appearance in 7 months):
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Chris Jericho & Christian at around 8:30 when D-Von pinned Christian with the 3D after Trish Stratus & Lita - who were ringside for the bout - teamed with the Dudleyz to hit the Wazzup Drop on the challengers (the bout began during the commercial break); prior to the match, Jericho & Christian came to the ring with flowers in an attempt to apologize to Trish Stratus & Lita for their actions the previous week - however the women rejected their apology and attacked them with the flowers
Batista (w/ Ric Flair) pinned WWE IC Champion Rob Van Dam at 7:28 in a non-title match with the sit-down powerbomb after Flair interfered and punched the champion in the face as he attempted a split-legged moonsault
Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade defeated Lance Storm & Val Venis at 2:58 when Jindrak pinned Venis with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after Venis collided with Cade
Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long), Scott Steiner, & Test defeated Booker T, the Hurricane, & Rosey at 14:34 when the Hurricane passed out while in a Mark Henry bearhug; after the bout, Booker tried to make the save but was also caught in the bearhug
WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Victoria defeated Trish Stratus & Lita at around the 5 minute mark when Molly pinned Lita with a double side suplex after Lita became distracted by Matt Hardy, who entered the ring moments earlier (the match began during the commercial break); Chris Jericho & Christian watched the bout from the entrance way
WWE Raw World Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Kane via disqualification in a lumberjack match at 5:28 when the champion was attacked by the lumberjacks - Mark Henry, Batista, Randy Orton, and Ric Flair - as he prepared to hit the spear on Kane; after the bout, Rob Van Dam and Booker T attempted in making the save but were beaten down; eventually, Shawn Michaels came to the ring to even the odds and help in clearing the ring of the heels - with Kane sustaining the superkick followed by Goldberg' spear

12/15/03; Tampa, FL; St. Pete Times Forum
12/15/03 - included Eric Bischoff suspending Bill Goldberg for 30 days after Goldberg attacked Rob Conway & Rene Dupree in the ring:
Chris Jericho & Christian fought Trish Stratus & Lita to a no contest at 4:12 when Jericho had the match stopped after Trish sustained the Unprettier; after the bout, Jericho shoved his tag team partner to the mat before Eric Bischoff came to the ring to confront Jericho; after blowing up at Bischoff for singing the bout to begin with, Bischoff forced Jericho to wrestle Kane later in the night
Booker T & Maven defeated Matt Hardy & Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) when Booker pinned Hardy with the scissors kick at 4:38
Shawn Michaels & Rob Van Dam defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista in a handicap match when Michaels pinned Triple H with the superkick at 19:08
Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) pinned John Heidenreich at 4:23 with a neckbreaker after Jackie dropped Heidenreich throat-first across the top rope
Kane defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification at 3:40 when Jericho hit Kane in the head with a steel chair as Kane attempted to bring his opponent back into the ring; after the bout, Kane tied Jericho upside down on the corner and choked him with a television cable before reentering the ring and hitting the chokeslam; after Kane left ringside, Christian came to the ring, helped Jericho to his feet, and shoved him to the mat
Mick Foley fought WWE IC Champion Randy Orton to a no contest when Foley rolled out of the ring to psych himself up but eventually left ringside, grabbed his bags, and left the arena; due to prematch stipulations, Foley lost his Co-GM role on Raw and was fired from the company; had Foley won, Eric Bischoff would have been fired

12/22/03:
Featured a special "Best of Raw 2003" episode showing the best moments from Raw over the past year

12/29/03; San Antonio, TX; SBC Arena
12/29/03 - included Steve Austin being reinstated to the WWE and becoming the new 'sheriff' of Raw:
Rob Van Dam pinned Scott Steiner with the Five Star Frog Splash at 6:07
Eddie Kramer & Russell Simpson defeated the Dudley Boyz via disqualification when guest referee Ric Flair called for the bell at 1:50 due to Bubba using a closed fist; upon hearing the decision, Bubba hit Flair before Batista made the save and laid out both Dudleyz - Bubba Ray with a spinebuster and D-Von with the sit-down powerbomb
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton pinned Booker T with the RKO at 5:57 after the challenger became distracted by Kane's pyro and appearance at ringside; Booker went into the match less than 100% after being assaulted by Mark Henry on the rampway earlier in the show and being thrown into the stage; after the bout, Kane attacked Booker and hit the chokeslam
Trish Stratus, Lita, & Stacy Keibler defeated WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly, Victoria, & Jackie Gayda in a Santa's Little Helper Match at 3:21 when Trish pinned Molly with the bulldog; after the bout, Victoria helped Molly to her feet before hitting her with the title belt
Shawn Michaels fought World Heavyweight Champion Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) to a draw at 29:12 when Eric Bischoff, who took over officiating duties late in the bout after the original referee was knocked out, counted both men down when Michaels collapsed onto his opponent after hitting the superkick; after the bout, Michaels fought off Ric Flair and attacked Bischoff for his ruling only to be fired as a result; moments thereafter, Steve Austin came ringside, announced that he was back under his terms, rehired Michaels, suggested there be a rematch, and hit the Stunner on Bischoff to end the telecast

2004

1/5/04; Memphis, TN; Pyramid
1/5/04 - featured Teddy Long as the GM of Raw for one night only, as Mark Henry's favor earned from the Survivor Series; included Steve Austin signing HBK vs. Triple H for the title in a Last Man Standing match for the Royal Rumble:
Spike Dudley pinned Rene Dupree at 3:49 by reversing an attempt at a gorilla press slam into a sunset flip; after the bout, Ric Flair & Batista attacked the Dudley Boyz, who came ringside after the match and celebrated Spike's win, on the rampway
Chris Jericho & Christian defeated the Hurricane & Rosey at 5:01 when Christian pinned Rosey with a reverse DDT after Jericho rammed Rosey's head into the ringpost after Rosey hit the corner
Steven Richards (w/ Victoria) pinned Test with a roll up at 2:49 after Test attempted to kick Victoria in the face as she stood on the ring apron; moments after the finish, Test knocked Victoria out with a kick to the face, which resulted in Richards attacking Test around ringside until officials intervened
Rob Van Dam pinned Mark Henry with the Five Star Frog Splash; due to prematch stipulations, RVD earned a IC title shot for the following week
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista defeated the Dudley Boyz when Flair pinned D-Von after Batista hit the sit-down powerbomb behind the referee's back as the referee was distracted by Triple H on the ring apron; moments prior to Triple H's appearance, the challengers hit the 3D on Flair

1/12/04; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
1/12/04 - included an in-ring face-to-face confrontation between Shawn Michaels and Triple H:
WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Jazz (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Trish Stratus & Lita at 4:53 when Jazz pinned Trish with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after Long threw his jacket on Trish to distract her; after the bout, Chris Jericho made the save for Trish against Long and Jazz before being attacked from behind by Mark Henry
Bill Goldberg pinned Matt Hardy in an impromptu match at 2:26 with the spear and Jackhammer; the bout came about from Hardy complaining to Steve Austin about having no one to face; after the bout, Goldberg announced that he was entering the 30-man Royal Rumble match (Goldberg's surprise return from suspension)
WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Batista (w/ WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Ric Flair) pinned D-Von Dudley (w/ Bubba Ray Dudley) with the sit-down powerbomb at 3:14, moments after Flair sent Bubba Ray into the steel steps and then the ring barrier; after the bout, Bubba Ray prevented the champions from putting D-Von through a table
Booker T defeated Kane via disqualification at 1:47 after Kane twice sent Booker head-first into the ring steps; after the bout, Kane scared officials from the ring where he hit the tombstone on a dazed Booker
Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long & Jazz) pinned Chris Jericho with the powerslam at 7:51 after Jericho became distracted by Long on the ring apron; moments prior to the finish, Jericho made Henry tap to the Walls of Jericho but the referee was distracted by Trish Stratus and Jazz brawling in the ring and around ringside
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton pinned Rob Van Dam with a DDT off the top at 18:55 after crotching the challenger as he prepared for the Five Star Frog Splash; after the bout, Triple H came to the ring to celebrate Orton's win; earlier in the bout, Orton reserved a ringside seat for Mick Foley and sent a limo to Foley's house to pick him up but Foley did not show

1/19/04; Green Bay, WI; Resch Center
1/19/04 - The winners of each male match earned a spot in the battle royal main event, the winner of which would enter the Royal Rumble at #30:
Booker T & Rob Van Dam defeated Matt Hardy & Christian at around the 6 minute mark when RVD pinned Hardy with the Five Star Frog Splash
Chris Jericho defeated Rene Dupree at 4:35 with a roll up into the Walls of Jericho
Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) with the powerslam at 2:35
Spike Dudley defeated Kane via disqualification at 1:04 when the referee mistakenly thought Kane had shoved him, which in fact it was Spike as he fell out of the ropes to the floor; after the bout, officials prevented Kane from assaulting Spike with the steel ring steps
Bill Goldberg defeated Scott Steiner and Test by pinning Test with the spear and Jackhammer at 5:17; the bout was advertised as Goldberg vs. Steiner but was changed at the beginning of the telecast to a three way bout
Jazz (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Lita with a roll up and using the tights for leverage at 3:39 after Long distracted Lita, preventing her from hitting the moonsault
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton pinned the Hurricane in a non-title match at 2:51 with the RKO after poking his opponent in the eyes; following the bout, the Dudley Boyz made the save for the Hurricane and Rosey against Orton, Batista, & Ric Flair and attempted to put Flair through a table with the 3D before he was pulled from the ring; moments thereafter, Jonathan Coachman - who did guest commentary for much of the night - ordered the Dudleyz from the ring but ended up sustaining the 3D through the table
Bill Goldberg won a 6-man battle royal by last eliminating Randy Orton at 6:58; order of elimination: RVD by Booker at the 35 second mark with a kick to the face; Booker by Jericho via a clothesline at the 43 second mark; Jericho by Orton & Henry at 4:25; Henry by Orton and Goldberg as Goldberg charged into Orton as he attempted to eliminate Henry at 5:48; Orton by Goldberg via a gorilla press slam onto Ric Flair and Batista, who appeared at ringside moments prior; due to prematch stipulations, Goldberg earned the #30 spot in the Royal Rumble

1/26/04; Hershey, PA; Giant Center
1/26/04 - included Chris Benoit announcing he would challenge the Raw World Champion at WrestleMania XX as well as the Raw return of Mick Foley, who got into a brawl with
Randy Orton and Evolution; Chris Jericho gave up a world title match against Triple H - using his Survivor Series favor - in return for cancelling a match between Trish Stratus and Kane:

WWE IC Champion Randy Orton, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista defeated Chris Jeicho & Rob Van Dam in a handicap match at 17:12 when Batista pinned Jericho after Jericho sustained the RKO behind the referee's back as he had Batista in the Walls of Jericho; Orton had to hit the move twice after blowing the first attempt
Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) & Lita defeated WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Jazz (w/ Teddy Long) when Victoria pinned Molly at 5:54 after reversing a suplex attempt into an inside cradle
Bubba Ray Dudley defeated Kane via disqualification at 2:20 when Kane brought the steel ring steps into the ring and hit Bubba in the head with them; after the bout, D-Von Dudley attempted to make the save but sustained the tombstone; moments thereafter, the Undertaker's gong was heard and an Undertaker vignette aired on the Titan Tron
Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) pinned Rob Conway (w/ Rene Dupree) at 3:21 with a spin kick after Conway was distracted by Jackie, who flashed herself on the ring apron; after the bout, Stacy Keibler came to the ring to celebrate the win - giving the assumption Stacy and Jackie had been chosen to appear together in Playboy
Bill Goldberg defeated Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) & Jonathan Coachman in a No DQ handicap match at 4:23 by pinning Coachman with the spear and Jackhammer, placing one foot upon his chest for the cover; prior to the bout, Long allowed Coachman the services of Henry - as the bout was originally scheduled for Coachman vs. Goldberg in a one-on-one bout; after the bout, Goldberg looked at the camera and said that Brock Lesnar was next

2/2/04; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
2/2/04 - included the Highlight Reel with guest Chris Benoit in which Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff interrupted:
Chris Benoit defeated Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 2:44; late in the bout, Triple H came ringside and, afterwards, he and Benoit locked eyes
Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) pinned Rene Dupree (w/ Rob Conway) with a spin kick at 5:27 after Stacy Keibler came ringside, distracted Dupree, and Dupree rammed into Conway on the ring apron; after the bout, Stacy said she and Jackie should be the two WWE divas featured in Playboy
Kane (sub. for WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly) fought Trish Stratus to a no contest after a matter of seconds when Chris Jericho came to Trish's rescue as she was set up for a chokeslam; in a post-match brawl, Kane sent Jericho knee-first into the steel ring post
Bill Goldberg fought Kane to a no contest at around the 5 minute mark when a lightning bolt hit the ring, followed soon thereafter by an Undertaker vignette and the ring being filled with smoke; as the segment came to a close, Kane left through the crowd
Booker T pinned Matt Hardy at 6:24 with the scissors kick after avoiding the Twist of Fate
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Spike Dudley in a non-title match with the Pedigree at 1:25
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista defeated Chris Jericho & Christian at 4:46 when Jericho submitted to Flair's figure-4 due to injuring his knee earlier in the show
Shawn Michaels pinned WWE IC Champion Randy Orton with a roll up in a non-title match at 13:36 when Orton was distracted by Mick Foley at ringside; mid-way though the bout, after the referee had been knocked out, Steve Austin drove ringside on his 4-wheeler, brought a new referee, and took Orton's title belt so he couldn't use it as a weapon; after the bout, Foley battled Orton into the crowd; moments thereafter, Triple H sent Flair and Batista to help Orton while he himself went after Shawn Michaels; Chris Benoit soon came out for the save, stared Triple H out of the ring, shook Michaels' hand, and exchanged words with him

2/9/04; Portland, OR; Rose Garden Arena
2/9/04 - included an opening segment in which Smackdown! General Manager Paul Heyman ordered Bill Goldberg not to interfere in the No Way Out main event; Heyman was later speared and Vince McMahon narrowly avoided the same, with Steve Austin accidentally sustaining it instead; McMahon then suspended Goldberg for his actions:
Chris Jericho & Trish Stratus defeated Matt Hardy & WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly at 4:25 when Trish pinned Molly by avoiding the handspring elbow in the corner and using a victory roll after Christian interfered and prevented Hardy from attacking Trish behind the referee's back
Chris Benoit defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Ric Flair by blocking the figure-4 and applying the Crippler Crossface at 11:18; after the bout, Triple H signed the contract for he and Benoit's world title match at WrestleMania; Benoit was prevented from doing the same by Shawn Michaels, who knocked Benoit out with the superkick and signed his name in Benoit's place
Kane pinned the Hurricane with the chokeslam at 1:15; after the bout, Kane had to try three times to ignite his ringpost pyro which was followed soon thereafter by an Undertaker vignette in which it was written he would make his return in 34 days (the date of WrestleMania XX)
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton defeated Rob Van Dam and Booker T at 10:48 by pinning Booker after Booker sustained the Five Star Frog Splash but was pushed out of the ring by the champion; after the bout, Orton, Ric Flair, and Batista attacked Mick Foley, Booker, and RVD

2/16/04; Bakersfield, CA; Centennial Garden Arena
2/16/04 - featured an opening segment in which Chris Benoit and Triple H came to blows, with Benoit briefly applying the Crippler Crossface before leaving the ring as Evolution came ringside; included Mick Foley being brutally triple teamed by Randy Orton, Batista, and Ric Flair:
Booker T & Rob Van Dam defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista (w/ Randy Orton) to win the titles at 9:38 when Booker pinned Flair after RVD hit the Five Star Frog Splash as Booker was caught in the figure-4, while the referee was distracted by Mick Foley battling Orton and Batista on the floor
Kane fought Chris Jericho to a no contest at around the 4 minute mark after Kane rammed Jericho knee-first into the steel ring post; after the bout, Kane cut an in-ring promo on the Undertaker and - as he left ringside - another Undertaker vignette aired; the segment ended with Kane being rained on and the Undertaker's gong being sounded
Trish Stratus & Victoria (w/ Steven Richards) defeated WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly & Jazz (w/ Teddy Long) at 3:32 when Victoria pinned Molly with the Widow's Peak; after the bout, Test attacked Richards and Victoria but Christian made the save before he could do the same to Trish
Shawn Michaels pinned Chris Benoit at 21:08 with the superkick as Benoit became distracted by Triple H, who came ringside during the closing moments of the contest; after the bout, Triple H hit the Pedigree on Michaels before Steve Austin came ringside and announced that Triple H would be defending against both Benoit and Michaels at WrestleMania XX

2/23/04; Omaha, NE; Qwest Center
2/23/04 - featured a taped interview between Jim Ross and Mick Foley in which Foley said he would be at Raw the following week in Atlanta; included Vince McMahon agreeing to make WrestleMania matches pitting Stacy Keibler & Jackie Gayda against Torrie Wilson & Sable and the Undertaker against Kane - as well as announcing that Brock Lesnar would meet Bill Goldberg - with Steve Austin acting as the special referee:
Victoria defeated WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly, Jazz, and Lita in an elimination match to win the title at 9:42; order of elimination: Lita pinned Jazz with the DDT at the 54 second mark; Victoria pinned Molly with a roll over at 1:30 as Molly had a cover on Lita (Molly attacked Victoria after being pinned); Victoria pinned Lita with the Widow's Peak after preventing the moonsault; after the bout, Steven Richards came to the ring to celebrate with the new champion
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton pinned Val Venis in a non-title match with the RKO at 5:13 after sending Venis into the corner
Chris Benoit defeated Batista via submission at around the 8 minute mark by reversing an attempt at the sit-down powerbomb into the Crippler Crossface; prior to the bout, Benoit confronted Evolution during an in-ring promo which resulted in a brawl also involving Shawn Michaels; the fight was eventually broken up by Steve Austin, as Benoit had Michaels in the Crossface, and he ordered that if anyone interfered in the bout then they wouldn't make it to WrestleMania; the match began during the commercial break
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Booker T defeated Rob Conway & Rene Dupree in a non-title match at 4:35 when RVD pinned Dupree, the illegal man, with the Five Star Frog Splash after Dupree sustained Booker's scissors kick
Christian defeated Trish Stratus via submission with his version of the Walls of Jericho at 1:27; Christian had originally planned to lay down for Trish and let her win the bout but the changed his mind
Vince McMahon fought Eric Bischoff to a no contest at the 3 minute mark when Brock Lesnar came out of the crowd and hit the F5 on special referee Steve Austin, while the participants battled on the floor

3/1/04; Atlanta, GA; Gwinnett Arena
3/1/04 - included the on-screen debut of John Hennigan as Johnny Blaze; Bow Wow was in attendance for the show; featured Kane attacking Rico during a segment in whch Rico introduced Stacy Keibler and Jackie Gayda; immediately after Kane's in-ring promo, two of the Undertaker's symbols were set ablaze as a sign of the Undertaker's return; featured Steve Austin's ATV being towed away (it was later revealed that Brock Lesnar was behind it); included Christian on the set of the Highlight Reel that concluded with a surprise appearance by Chris Jericho and a brief brawl between the two men; featured a closing segment in which Mick Foley and the Rock - making a surprise return - fought off Randy Orton, Ric Flair, and Batista and a match was made between the five men for WrestleMania:
WWE Women's Champion Victoria & Lita defeated Molly Holly & Jazz (w/ Teddy Long) at the 35-second mark when Victoria blocked an attempt at a suplex by Molly, turning it into an inside cradle, after Jazz walked out of the bout following a miscommunication with her partner; after the bout, Molly assaulted Victoria around ringside before referees intervened
Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade defeated the Hurricane & Rosey at 5:21 when Cade pinned Rosey with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after Jindrak knocked Rosey off the middle turnbuckle; due to prematch stipulations, Jindrak & Cade earned a spot in the WrestleMania tag team title match
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton & Batista defeated Chris Benoit & Shawn Michaels at 18:53 when Orton pinned Michaels with a roll up after Benoit and Michaels began brawling with one another; after the bout, Triple H came to the ring, as Benoit attempted to apply the Crippler Crossface, and all four members of Evolution attacked Triple H's opponents for WrestleMania
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Booker T defeated Matt Hardy & Test in a non-title match at 5:07 when Booker pinned Test after Test sustained the scissors kick and Five Star Frog Splash

3/8/04; Bridgeport, CT; Harbor Yard Arena
3/8/04 - included an opening segment in which Kane came ringside and destroyed the casket left in the ring as a sign from the Undertaker; after cutting an in-ring promo on the urn found inside the casket, the ring began to shake underneath Kane and another Undertaker vignette played on the Titan Tron; featured an in-ring promo by Steve Austin regarding his officiating role at WrestleMania; included the Rock's "This is Your Life" segment in tribute to Mick Foley, which featured a surprise appearance by Jimmy Snuka; the show ended as the Rock and Mick Foley were triple teamed by Randy Orton, Ric Flair, and Batista :
Mark Jindrak, Garrison Cade, Rene Dupree, & Rob Conway defeated the Dudley Boyz, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Booker T at 4:09 when Jindrak pinned Booker with a clothesline after Booker was hit in the back of the head by Dupree while attempting the scissors kick; after the bout, Jindrak & Cade argued with Dupree & Conway over who deserved credit for the win
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton, Ric Flair, & Batista defeated the Hurricane & Rosey in a handicap match at 1:25 when Batista pinned Hurricane with the sit-down powerbomb; after the bout, Evolution triple teamed their opponents before Randy Orton cut a promo on Mick Foley and the Rock
Chris Benoit defeated Matt Hardy via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 1:38 after Benoit hit the three rolling suplexes; after the bout, Jim Ross interviewed Benoit in the ring before it was interrupted by Shawn Michaels; after Michaels and Benoit had words, Triple H appeared and cut a promo on how both men's egos would only serve to keep the title around his waist at WrestleMania
Molly Holly pinned Lita at 2:22 with a roll up and holding onto the ropes for leverage after avoiding a clothesline; after the bout, Victoria made the save and sent Molly to the floor
Steven Richards pinned Chris Jericho at 2:34 by reversing the Walls of Jericho into an inside cradle after Jericho became distracted by Trish Stratus' Titan Tron video and Christian on the ramp; after the bout, Jericho assaulted Richards in frustration

3/15/04; East Rutherford, NJ; Continental Airlines Arena
3/15/04 - included an opening segment in which Chris Benoit and Triple H had a face-to-face confrontation which later led to Benoit and Shawn Michaels holding off all of Evolution from ringside; featured Christian and Trish Stratus attacking Spike Dudley as Spike made his way to the ring, which was followed by an in-ring promo; included Steve Austin beating down Rene Dupree in the ring:
WWE Women's Champion Victoria & Lita defeated Molly Holly & Jazz (w/ Teddy Long) at 3:07 when Lita pinned Jazz with the DDT moments after Molly walked out of the match when Lita ripped her wig off, revealing her bald head
Matt Hardy defeated Chris Jericho via disqualification at 2:10 when Jericho began choking his opponent with TV cables at ringside; immediately after the decision, Jericho walked backstage and left the arena
Kane pinned Val Venis at the 43-second mark with a flying clothesline and the chokeslam
Stacy Keibler fought Jackie Gayda to a no contest at around the 1:10 mark when Vince McMahon came to the ring and cut a promo announcing that a draft would be held the following Monday in which every WWE talent would be involved and it would determine as to which show they would be featured
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Booker T defeated the Dudley Boyz when Booker pinned Bubba Ray with the Bookend at 18:09
WWE Raw World Champion Chris Benoit & Shawn Michaels defeated WWE IC Champion Randy Orton, Ric Flair, & Batista (w/ Triple H) in a handicap match at 11:48, despite interference from Triple H, when Batista submitted to Benoit's Sharpshooter; earlier in the bout, Mick Foley arrived to the arena and battled Orton into the crowd - taking him out of the match

3/22/04; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
3/22/04 - featured the Draft Lottery between Raw GM Eric Bischoff and Smackdown! GM Paul Heyman; Smackdown! gained Rene Dupree, Mark Jindrak, Triple H (after John Cena came out and cut a promo, making Heyman's pick for him), Rob Van Dam, Teddy Long, and Spike Dudley while Raw gained Shelton Benjamin, Nidia, Rhyno (the pick was promised a world title match against Chris Benoit that same night), Tajiri, Edge, and Paul Heyman; after it was announced that Heyman was now on Raw, he immediately quit; included the unannounced return of Edge as he made his way to the ring and hit the spear on Bischoff:
Chris Jericho pinned Rene Dupree at 3:06 with an enzuiguri; the match came about due to Dupree not wanting his last memory in a Raw ring receiving a Stunner from Steve Austin, which happened the previous week; after the match, Austin drove to the ring in his ATV and hit the Stunner on Dupree
Kane pinned Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) with the chokeslam at the 28-second mark; after the bout, Kane ordered both Eric Bischoff and Paul Heyman that he better not end up on the same show as the Undertaker
Christian (w/ Trish Stratus) pinned Spike Dudley at 3:18 with the Unprettier
Ric Flair & Batista defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Booker T at 13:30 to win the titles when Batista pinned Booker with the sit-down powerbomb after RVD came off the top with a kick, accidentally nailing his partner in the back of the head
World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit defeated Rhyno via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 4:36 after the challenger failed an attempt at the Gore
WWE World Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Triple H via disqualification at 13:53 when Christian crotched the champion on the top rope as Guerrero attempted the Frog Splash, moments after John Cena and Rey Mysterio Jr. fought off interference from Ric Flair and Batista and Shawn Michaels hit the superkick on the challenger before taking out all the other wrestlers on the outside; immediately after the bout, a giant brawl erupted at ringside involving all the Raw and Smackdown! wrestlers - including Steve Austin

3/29/04; Cincinatti, OH; US Bank Arena
3/29/04 - included an opening segment in which Randy Orton accepted a challenge from Mick Foley to face him at Backlash in a streetfight for the IC title; featured Eric Bischoff adding Triple H to the HBK vs. Chris Benoit main event at Backlash; included Trish Stratus as a guest of the Highlight Reel in which she was verbally harassed by Chris Jericho:
Nidia pinned Molly Holly at 2:50 with a roll up as Molly attempted to get her wig back from the referee after it was taken off by her opponent
Rhyno pinned Lance Storm with the Gore at the 35-second mark
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista defeated World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit & Shawn Michaels via disqualification at 16:10 when guest referee Johnny Nitro called for the bell after being struck by Michaels, the result of him giving Michaels a fast 2-count; the challengers originally won the bout and championship at 14:33 when Michaels pinned Flair with the superkick however the match continued due to Flair being the illegal man in the ring; after the bout, Nitro was locked in Benoit's Crippler Crossface
Tajiri defeated Kane via count-out in a No DQ match at 1:44 after spraying green mist into his opponent's eyes as Kane attempted to reenter the ring; after the bout, Kane hit the chokeslam on Tajiri before Edge made the save and hit the spear
Shelton Benjamin pinned Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) with a splash in the corner and roll up at 19:52 after Triple H became distracted by a confrontation between Chris Benoit and Flair at ringside; Benoit came ringside to watch Flair mid-way through the bout

4/5/04; Houston, TX; Toyota Center
4/5/04 - featured the return of William Regal as he was made the manager of Eugene Dinsmore (Nick Dinsmore) by Eric Bischoff; included a backstage promo from Mick Foley in which he unvieled a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, which he intended to use on Randy Orton at Backlash; featured a closing segment in which Eric Bischoff brought out Chris Benoit, Mick Foley, and Shawn Michaels and announced that they along with Shelton Benjamin would face Evolution the following week before Evolution blindsided the three men and brutally laid them out as the show came to a close:
WWE Raw World Champion Chris Benoit defeated Rob Conway (w/ Sylvian Grenier) in a non-title match via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 3:53, despite interference from Grenier; prior to the bout, Johnny Nitro announced that Eric Bischoff had made him the guest referee for the bout and if Benoit touched him he would be stripped of the title; a Benoit suplex on Conway sent Nitro to the floor and another referee came to the ring to make the decision
Chris Jericho defeated Matt Hardy via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 3:01; before the bout, Christian and Trish Stratus came out and watched from the top of the stage and, after the bout, Christian kissed Trish to further anger Jericho
Shelton Benjamin defeated Triple H via count-out at 5:36 after hitting a slingshot on the floor into the ringpost; prematch stipulations stated that only officials could be at ringside for the bout so, through Eric Bischoff, Ric Flair became the guest ring announcer, Batista became the guest timekeeper, and Randy Orton became the guest trainer; after the bout, Benjamin was attacked by all of Evolution, busting him open, until Chris Benoit, Shawn Michaels, and Mick Foley made the save
Lita won an 8-woman battle royal at around the 7-minute mark by last eliminating Trish Stratus with a dropkick, once Trish became distracted by Chris Jericho after Jericho tripped her; due to prematch stipulations, Lita earned a WWE Women's Title match for Backlash; order of elimination: Stacy Keibler by Molly Holly with a kick that sent Stacy through the ropes, Molly by Jazz with a punch as Molly was on the top rope, Gail Kim by Lita, Nidia by Trish with a punch as Nidia stood on the apron, Jazz by Lita with a kick as both women stood on the apron at around 2:50; eliminations could occur by falling through the ropes to the floor; the bout began durin the commercial break and most of the eliminations had already occured by the time the show returned
Christian pinned Tajiri with the Unprettier at 2:23 after Jonathan Coachman, who did guest commentary for the bout, grabbed Tajiri's leg to distract him
Kane pinned Rhyno with the chokeslam at 1:40; in a post-match brawl, Edge avoided serious injury and knocked Kane out with the cast on his broken hand

4/12/04; Chicago, IL; Allstate Arena
4/12/04 - featured an opening segment in which Mick Foley said that it was time for Cactus Jack to make hs return, with Randy Orton attempting and failing to assault Foley from behind with a steel chair; included Ric Flair asking for a match with Shelton Benjamin backstage, with Benjamin then assaulting Flair until he was pulled away by referees; featured three individual backstage promos by Shawn Michaels, Triple H, and World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit regarding their upcoming match at Backlash; included La Resistance announcing that they would be moving to Quebec; included Johnny Nitro telling Edge that if he were to use his hand cast as a weapon at Backlash then he would be suspended, with Edge then hitting the spear on Nitro:
Kane pinned Grandmaster Sexay with the chokeslam at 1:59 (Grandmaster's surprise return after a 3-year absence)
Tajiri pinned a masked ninja (w/ Jonathan Coachman) with the kick to the head at 3:47; prematch stipulations stated that if Tajiri was victorious, Coachman would agree to a match with Tajiri at Backlash; after the match, Tajiri unmasked the ninja to reveal it was Al Snow
Lita (w/ Chris Jericho) defeated Trish Stratus via disqualification at 6:09 when Christian interfered and threw Lita into the retaining barrier; after the bout, Jericho attempted to put Trish in the Walls of Jericho before he was attacked from behind by Christian and sustained two Unprettiers; the women's bout came about from Trish attacking Lita as Lita made her way to the ring to be a guest on the Highlight Reel
The Hurricane & Rosey defeated Sylvian Grenier & Rene Dupree at 4:14 when the Hurricane pinned Grenier with the Nightmore on Helms Street after sending him into Dupree on the ring apron, after both members of La Resistance were distracted by Eugene at ringside; after the bout, William Regal came out to bring Eugene backstage
World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit, Shawn Michaels, Mick Foley, & Shelton Benjamin defeated Triple H, WWE IC Champion Randy Orton, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista when Michaels pinned Orton with the superkick at 20:20

4/19/04; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome
4/19/04 - included Shawn Michaels interrupting an in-ring promo by Chris Benoit, in which Benoit put over his accomplishments since WrestleMania and paid tribute to the late Stu Hart, and challenged Benoit to a title shot; moments later, Eric Bischoff made the match and ordered it to take place in 2 weeks time in Phoenix, AZ; featured the return of William Regal after nearly 18 months as he was ordered to take care of Eric Bischoff's nephew Eugene (Eugene's debut); included an in-ring promo by Randy Orton on defeating Mick Foley the night before which was interrupted by Edge; moments later, all four members of Evolution attacked Edge and Chris Benoit, who attempted to make the save, with Bischoff then ordering Benoit & Edge to compete in the night's main event:
Christian (w/ Trish Stratus) pinned Chris Jericho at 15:14 after a man, later revealed to be Tyson Tomko, interfered and kicked Jericho in the face as the Walls of Jericho were applied
WWE Women's Champion Victoria defeated Molly Holly via disqualification at 2:18 when the challenger refused to break a choke hold; after the bout, Molly had to be pulled off her opponent by referees
Garrison Cade pinned Tajiri with an elbow off the top at 4:18 after Tajiri missed a moonsault; Jonathan Coachman did guest commentary for the bout
World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit & Edge defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista at 17:22 to win the titles when Edge pinned Batista with the spear moments after Shawn Michaels came ringside and hit the superkick on an interfering Triple H on the floor

4/26/04; Topeka, KS; Landon Arena
4/26/04 - featured an in-ring confrontation between Jonathan Coachman and Tajiri in which Tajiri kicked Coachman out of the ring; moments thereafter, Triple H came to the ring, sent Tajiri to the floor, and cut a promo before Tajiri spat green mist into Triple H's face; included a segment in which Randy Orton confronted Harley Race, who sat ringside for the show, and spat in his face before Shelton Benjamin made the save:
WWE Women's Champion Victoria & Lita defeated Molly Holly & Gail Kim at 4:19 when Lita pinned Gail with the DDT; after the bout, Kane came into the ring and cornered Lita before she was able to escape; moments thereafter, Kane brutally attacked Matt Hardy backstage
Rhyno pinned Rob Conway (w/ Sylvian Grenier) with the Gore at 4:08 after Eugene, who did guest commentary for the match alongside William Regal, set off the stage pyro - distracting Conway
Christian (w/ Trish Stratus & Tyson Tomko) pinned Grandmaster Sexay at 2:37 with the Unprettier after Tomko distracted Sexay from the outside, allowing Christian to crotch him on the top rope; after the bout, Chris Jericho came through the crowd, sent Christian out of the ring, and briefly applied the Walls of Jericho on Trish before Tomko pulled her to safety
Triple H pinned Tajiri with the Pedigree at 8:22
Matt Hardy fought Kane to a no contest at around the 2:30 mark when, after Hardy sustained two chokeslams and was about to suffer the tombstone, Lita came out to beg Kane to stop; moments thereafter, Kane cornered Lita and kissed her before leaving ringside
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions - World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit & Edge defeated Ric Flair & Batista at 19:05 when Edge pinned Flair with the spear as Flair attempted to apply the figure-4 on Benoit, the illegal man; in a post-match brawl, Shawn Michaels accidentally hit Benoit with a chair as he attempted to hit Triple H; moments thereafter, Benoit locked Michaels in the Sharpshooter until Edge had him break the hold

5/3/04; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
5/3/04 - prior to the show, a moment of silence was paid in tribute to Pat Tillman, the former Arizona Cardinal who was killed in the line of duty while fighting in Iraq; featured Jim Ross announcing that the mother of WWE World Champion Eddie Guerrero had suffered a heart attack during the previous night's show in El Paso; included Chris Jericho challenging the winner of Benoit / Michaels to a title shot during the Highlight Reel; featured Matt Hardy as a guest of the Highlight Reel in which Lita was shown on the Titantron, tied up backstage by Kane; after Hardy left ringside to save Lita, Jericho was confronted by Christian, Tyson Tomko, and Trish Stratus and was eventually assaulted by all three; included footage of William Regal training Eugene for his TV debut the following week; featured Eric Bischoff announcing that Chris Jericho would meet Christian the next week in a steel cage match:
Shelton Benjamin, Tajiri, & WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Edge defeated Triple H, Batista, & WWE IC Champion Randy Orton at 17:32 when Edge pinned Orton with the spear
Rob Conway (w/ Sylvian Grenier) pinned the Hurricane (w/ Rosey) at 3:10 with a slingshot suplex into a Diamond Cutter; after the bout, Conway cut a promo on facing Eugene the following week
Kane pinned Steven Richards with the chokeslam at the 37-second mark
Gail Kim (w/ Molly Holly) defeated WWE Women's Champion Victoria in a non-title match via submission to a head scissors arm bar at 6:12
World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit pinned Shawn Michaels at 28:21 after Triple H interfered and hit the Pedigree on the challenger before jumping into the crowd and watching the conclusion of the match from the front row

5/10/04; San Jose, CA; HP Pavilion
5/10/04 - included Stacy Keibler cutting a promo on Divas: South of the Border which resulted in Gail Kim, Molly Holly, Jazz, Victoria, Stacy, and Nidia fighting in the ring; included the announcement that Trish Stratus would face Lita the following week in addition to a 20-man battle royal in which the winner would receive a world title shot at Bad Blood:
Shelton Benjamin fought Triple H to a no contest at 2:41 when Shawn Michaels interfered and attacked Triple H; after the bout, Eric Bischoff had Michaels removed from the building and suspended
Batista pinned Tajiri with a spinebuster at 5:04; after the bout, Tajiri had to be taken backstage on a stretcher after sustaining a second spinebuster, a sit-down powerbomb, and being choked by his opponent
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Edge with a roll up and hooking the tights for leverage after spearing Ric Flair on the apron - who had came to ringside during the bout
Molly Holly, Gail Kim, & Jazz defeated WWE Women�s Champion Victoria, Nidia, & Stacy Keibler when Victoria submitted to a hammerlock / half Boston crab submission from Kim at 2:43
Matt Hardy (w/ Lita) fought Val Venis to a no contest when, as Val was being introduced, Kane attacked Val backstage
Eugene (w/ William Regal) pinned Rob Conway (w/ Sylvan Grenier) with a roll up into a bridge at 3:42, seconds after Regal tripped Eugene from the apron hoping he would lose (Eugene's in-ring debut on TV)
Chris Jericho defeated Christian (w/ Trish Stratus & Tyson Tomko) in a steel cage match via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 11:42; Tomko was sent backstage mid-way through the bout for stopping Jericho leave the cage through the door

5/17/04; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena
5/17/04 - included a surprise appearance from the Rock during an in-ring segment with Eugene, Jonathan Coachman, and Garrison Cade, with Rock and Eugene laying out Coach and Cade after Rock endorsed Eugene and said he was his friend:
Trish Stratus pinned Lita with a roll up and putting her feet on the ropes for leverage at 6:07 after Lita became distracted by Kane on the Titantron
Kane pinned Val Venis with the chokeslam at 1:07; after the match, Kane brutalized an interfering Matt Hardy until Lita came out and said �Yes� in response to Kane's question, with Kane then hugging Lita before leaving
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions - World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit & Edge defeated WWE IC Champion Randy Orton & Batista (w/ Ric Flair) when Orton submitted to Benoit�s Crippler Crossface
Kane won an 18-Man Battle Royal after Shawn Michaels interfered to eliminate Triple H; other participants included: Triple H, Maven (sub. for Grandmaster Sexay), Chris Jericho, the Hurricane, Rosey, Garrison Cade, Johnny Nitro, Steven Richards, Rhyno, Rob Conway, Sylvan Grenier, Val Venis, Shelton Benjamin, WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Edge, Ric Flair, WWE IC Champion Randy Orton, & Batista; order of elimination: Nitro by Kane, Richards by Batista, Rosey by Kane, Conway by Maven with a dropkick, Venis & Maven by HHH at the same time, Grenier by Jericho, Cade by Jericho with a dropkick, Rhyno by Batista, Hurricane by Batista & HHH, Flair by Jericho with a clothesline, Jericho by Batista, Batista by Edge with a clothesline, Edge when Orton ducked a clothesline, Orton by Benjamin with a clothesline, Benjamin by HHH; due to pre-match stipulations Kane earned a world title shot for Bad Blood; Christian and Matt Hardy were scheduled for the Battle Royal but could not compete due to injuries

5/24/04; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre
5/24/04 - included WWE IC Champion Randy Orton as a guest of the Highlight Reel in which Batista came out and attacked Chris Jericho until Shelton Benjamin evened the odds, with Eric Bischoff then making a match between the four men to begin immediately; featured Bischoff reinstating Shawn Michaels and a closing announcement that Michaels would face Triple H at Bad Blood in a Hell in a Cell match:
Edge pinned Ric Flair (w/ WWE IC Champion Randy Orton) with the spear at 5:16; late in the match, Shelton Benjamin attacked Orton when it appeared as though he was about to interfere
Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated the Hurricane & Rosey when Grenier pinned Hurricane with a roll up and hooking the tights for leverage
Chris Jericho & Shelton Benjamin defeated WWE IC Champion Randy Orton & Batista when Benjamin pinned Orton with a powerslam; during the bout, Trish Stratus came out for guest commentary; after the bout, Jericho argued with Trish on the stage until Tyson Tomko attacked him from behind and powerbombed him through the announce table; moments later, Jericho was taken backstage on a stretcher
WWE Women�s Champion Victoria pinned Molly Holly (w/ Gail Kim) with the Widows Peak at 4:20; after the match, Kim attacked Victoria but Victoria was able to gain the advantage and hit the Widow�s Peak on Kim as well
World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit (mystery sub. for William Regal) & Eugene defeated Garrison Cade & Jonathan Coachman when Eugene pinned Coach with a diving headbutt from the top at 4:43 after Benoit did the same move

5/31/04; Montreal, Quebec; Bell Centre
5/31/04 - the telecast began with a tribute to Memorial Day and those who have sacrificed to keep America free; featured an in-ring promo from Triple H on his upcoming Hell in a Cell bout with Shawn Michaels as well as a video package on Triple H's success inside HIAC; included Trish Stratus & Tyson Tomko as guest hosts of the Highlight Reel in which Trish verbally assaulted Chris Jericho, prompting Jericho to come to the ring where he was attacked by Tomko:
Sylvian Grenier & Rob Conway defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions - WWE Raw World Champion Chris Benoit & Edge to win the titles at 11:53 when Grenier pinned Edge following a double team move after Edge accidentally hit the spear on Benoit
WWE Women's Champion Victoria pinned Jazz in a non-title match at 4:12 by reversing a suplex attempt into a roll up
Shelton Benjamin pinned WWE IC Champion Randy Orton in a non-title match at 13:31 with a modified powerslam as Orton reentered the ring; Batista was in the champion's corner for much of the bout but was sent backstage at 8:25 after the referee caught him attacking Benjamin on the floor
Matt Hardy pinned Garrison Cade with the Twist of Fate at 3:42; after the bout, Lita celebrated with Matt in the ring
Eugene defeated Kane via disqualification at around the 7-minute mark when the referee was knocked down; after the bout, Kane assaulted Eugene and hit the tombstone before Chris Benoit came out to make the save, preventing Kane from hitting a second tombstone onto a steel chair; moments later, Benoit cleared the ring of Kane with a steel chair

6/7/04; Albany, NY; Pepsi Arena
6/7/04 - included an in-ring promo by Triple H on his upcoming Hell in a Cell match with Shawn Michaels, after which he joined Ric Flair and Batista in one of the skyboxes:
Lita pinned Gail Kim with a DDT at 5:03
Batista (w/ Ric Flair) pinned Shelton Benjamin at 5:01 with a clothesline and the sit-down powerbomb after Randy Orton distracted the referee and Benjamin from the apron
Chris Jericho defeated Albert via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 2:44
Kane, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rob Conway defeated World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit & Edge in a handicap match at around the 5 minute mark when Kane pinned Benoit with the chokeslam after escaping the Crippler Crossface; the match was originally Benoit against the tag team champions but, when Benoit was disqualified for Edge's interference at 5:31, Eric Bischoff came out and had the bout continue as a new handicap match involving Kane; prior to the original bout, Sylvian Grenier sang the Canadian National Anthem in French before Benoit's music interrupted it
Eugene (w/ William Regal) pinned Johnny Nitro at 2:46 with a double axe handle off the top; after the bout, Jonathan Coachman - who did guest commentary for the match - confronted Eugene as he made his way up the ramp, with Eugene scaring Coachman and causing him to fall backwards; due to prematch stipulations, Nitro was fired
Shawn Michaels defeated WWE IC Champion Randy Orton via disqualification in a non-title match at 19:57 when Batista, who left the skybox late in the bout, prevented Michaels from hitting the superkick; after the match, Michaels punched the referee and beat down both Orton and Batista with a steel chair as Triple H looked on from the skybox; moments thereafer, Michaels made his way through the crowd, knocking down Flair on his way, and brawling with Triple H inside the skybox

6/14/04; Dayton, OH; Nutter Center
Raw - included an in-ring interview conducted by Jim Ross in which he brought out both Triple H and Shawn Michaels, in an attept to finally end the feud between the two, only for Kane to intervene, attack Michaels with a steel chair, and cause him to bleed heavily from the mouth; moments thereafter, Michaels was taken away in an ambulance; featured Eugene and William Regal as guests of the Hilight Reel in which Evolution came out and Triple H gave Eugene a number of gifts to show that he was Eugene's friend, despite the fact they would be facing each other the following week; included Lita finding out that she was pregnant:
Matt Hardy & Lita defeated Tyson Tomko & WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus when Lita pinned Trish with the DDT at 4:26 after avoiding the Stratusfaction
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated the Hurricane & Rosey in a non-title flag match at 3:39 when Grenier pinned Rosey after Conway tripped Rosey as he attempted a suplex into the ring; due to prematch stipulations, the Montreal flag was flown above the American flag as Grenier sang the Canadian National Anthem in French
Gail Kim & Molly Holly defeated Stacy Keibler & Nidia at 5:10 when Stacy submitted to Gail
Tajiri defeated Albert; this bout was not televised during the live telecast and took place while the TV audience was shown a 5-minute long commercial promoting the premire of Joe Schmo 2
World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit, Edge, & Chris Jericho defeated WWE IC Champion Randy Orton, Ric Flair, & Batista (w/ Triple H) in an elimination match at 34:35; Jericho pinned Batista with the Lionsault at 15:33 after Batista sustained the spear from Edge and diving headbutt from Benoit; Flair pinned Jericho at 22:07 after Orton hit the RKO as Flair was caught in the Walls of Jericho; Orton pinned Edge with a low blow and the RKO at 31:19; Benoit forced Flair to submit to the Crippler Crossface at 32:03; Benoit forced Orton to submit to the Sharpshooter; after the bout, Benoit and Triple H had a staredown, with Benoit in the ring and Triple H on the floor

6/21/04; Miami, FL; American Airlines Arena
6/21/04:
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus (w/ Tyson Tomko) pinned Victoria at 3:57
William Regal fought Kane to a no contest when both men fought on the floor before the match officially began, with Kane knocking Regal out with a boot to the face (Regal's first match back since February 2003)
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton & Batista defeated Edge & Chris Jericho at 11:33 when Orton pinned Edge; mid-way through the bout, Jericho was knocked out by Batista and was taken backstage by officials
Eugene fought Triple H to a no contest at 18:22

6/28/04; Richmond, VA; Coliseum
6/28/04 - included an opening segment involving Evolution, Eugene, and William Regal in which Triple H tried to win over Eugene's loyalty by admitting that Regal was only pretending to be Eugene's friend so he could get his job back; featured an in-ring interview conducted by Jim Ross with Kane in which Matt Hardy came through the crowd to attack Kane before he was escorted out of the arena by security; moments thereafter, Eric Bischoff announced the added stipulations for the night's main event which heavily favored Kane as the challenger; included Bischoff naming Eugene as the substitute GM for the following week:
Chris Jericho & Edge defeated WWE IC Champion Randy Orton & Batista at 17:28 when Jericho pinned Batista with the Lionsault moments after Edge hit the spear; during the bout, the arena's fire alarm was sounded for several minutes
Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) defeated William Regal via disqualification when guest referee Eugene caught Regal with a pair of brass knuckles which were thrown in the ring by Flair to be used by Triple H; after the bout, Eugene attacked Regal after he thought Regal had attacked him from behind, when in fact Regal simply bumped into him after being jumped by Triple H
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated Sgt. Slaughter & Rhyno in a non-title match at 5:00 when Conway pinned Slaughter following the Aur Revoir after knocking Rhyno off the turnbuckle to the floor
World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit defeated Kane via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 15:46; pre-match stipulations stated that Kane could win the title via pinfall, submission, count-out, or DQ while Benoit could only win the match via submission; after the bout, Kane attacked Benoit from behind before Lita came out, seemingly with intent to be with Kane, but instead hit a low blow on Kane from behind; moments thereafter, Kane allowed her to leave the ring without harm only to fall prey to a belt shot from Benoit

7/5/04; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Arena
7/5/04 - featured Eugene as GM for the night; included the announcement that Sylvian Grenier & Rob Conway would defend the tag team titles at Vengeance against Eugene & Ric Flair; included an opening segment in which Eugene conducted a game of musical chairs to determine who would earn a championship match later in the evening; Chris Jericho won after eliminating Tajiri, Jonathan Coachman, Jerry Lawler, Tyson Tomko, Stacy Keibler, and Jerry Lawler:
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rob Conway defeated Rhyno & Val Venis at 4:31 when Venis was pinned after sustaining the Aur Revoir
Kane fought Batista to a no contest at 1:58 when Matt Hardy interfered
WWE IC Champion Randy Orton pinned Chris Jericho at around the 18-minute mark with a roll up after Jericho knocked an interfering Batista off the ring apron
Nidia defeated Molly Holly and Victoria in a pole match at 3:30; an injured Trish Stratus did guest commentary for the bout; due to pre-match stipulations, Nidia earned a Women's Title shot for when Trish was healed and ready; after the bout, Trish came to the ring to congratulate Nidia only to knock her out with the cast on her wrist and pin her at the 3-second mark of an impromptu match
Triple H, Ric Flair, & Eugene defeated World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit & Edge in a handicap match at around 15:30 when Triple H pinned Benoit with the Pedigree after Eugene hit Benoit in the back with a steel chair as Triple H was caught in the Sharpshooter

7/12/04; Manchester, NH; Verizon Wireless Arena
7/12/04 - featured Jerry Lawler interviewing Candice Michelle, Nina Hardin, & Carmela Deceasre who were trying out to become the next WWE Raw Diva; included the Hurricane interrupting a Ric Flair interview backstage, asking Flair to sign a copy of Flair's book; after being rejected and having Flair refer to him as Gregory Helms, Hurricane said Flair's book wasn't as good as the others written by WWE talent (citing the Rock, Hulk Hogan, Chyna, and Mick Foley); Flair knocked Hurricane to the floor and challenged him to a match; featured Kane and Lita as guests of the Hilight Reel in which Lita spoke up for herself, making it clear she was no longer afraid of Kane and his threats; after she left the ring, Kane proceeded to destroy the set until Chris Jeircho intervened, resulting in Jericho being thrown to the floor; moments thereafter, as Kane began to stalk Lita backstage, Jericho grabbed a microphone and verbally berated Kane, challenging him to a fight, until Kane returned to the ring:
WWE IC Champion Edge pinned Batista in a non-title match at 15:06 by reversing Batista's attempt at a spinebuster into a modified sunset flip and holding onto the top rope for leverage after Batista blocked the spear; during the bout, Randy Orton briefly appeared at ringside
Rhyno (w/ Tajiri) pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Rob Conway (w/ WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Sylvian Grenier) at 3:05 with the Gore after Tajiri kicked Grenier in the back of the head on the floor as he grabbed Rhyno's foot in an attempt to prevent the Gore
Tyson Tomko (w/ WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus) pinned Maven (w/ Nidia) at 2:24 with a boot to the chest as Maven ran off the ropes
Chris Jericho defeated Kane via disqualification in an impromtu match at around the 9-minute mark after sustaining a low blow; after the bout, Kane hit a simultaneous chokeslam on Jericho and the referee (the match began during the commercial break)
Ric Flair defeated the Hurricane via submission with the figure-4 at 7:14
WWE Raw World Champion Chris Benoit fought Eugene to a no contest at around 7:32 when, after Eugene ran around the ring with the title belt after thinking he had won the match and title, Evolution came into the ring and began to beat down both Benoit and Eugene; moments later, William Regal attempted to make the save but was also beaten down; as the show came to a close, Eugene was bloodied and sustained the Pedigree from Triple H

7/19/04; Washington DC; MCI Center
7/19/04 - included an opening segment in which Triple H and Eric Bischoff announced that Eugene had left the WWE as a result of the beating the previous week, with Bischoff then rewarding Triple H with a world title shot for the following week in an Ironman Match; moments later, William Regal came ringside and fought with Triple H until security had him escorted from the arena; featured the Highlight Reel with the 10 Raw Diva finalists as guests in which Chris Jericho had them destroy Bischoff's office to find an immunity envelope which, it was later revealed, never existed:
WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Sylvian Grenier (w/ WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Rob Conway) pinned Tajiri (w/ Rhyno) at 3:32 with a modified face buster after Conway attacked Tajiri as the Tarantula was applied
Tyson Tomko (w/ WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus) pinned the Hurricane (w/ Stacy Keibler) with a kick to the chest after Trish tripped the Hurricane as he ran the ropes; after the bout, Rosey - in full superhero garb - made the save
WWE Raw World Champion Chris Benoit defeated Batista (w/ Ric Flair) via disqualification in a non-title match at 6:40 when, after Benoit had his leg tied upside down in the ropes, Batista repeatedly hit a running kick to the side of the head; after the bout, Batista hit the sit-down powerbomb on Benoit inside the ring
Kane pinned Chris Jericho in a falls count anywhere match after Batista interfered and attacked Jericho in the crowd; Jericho orginally won the match via count-out but Eric Bischoff came out and ordered the match to continue under No DQ, falls count anywhere stipulations
WWE IC Champion Edge pinned Randy Orton at 15:58 by reversing an attempt at the RKO into a backslide and putting his feet on the top rope for leverage

7/26/04; Pittsburgh, PA; Mellon Arena
7/26/04 - included a segment with the Raw Diva contestants in which they had 20 seconds to seduce Kamala; featured a bikini segment with the Diva hopefulls:
Randy Orton won a 20-man battle royal by last eliminating Chris Jericho at 15:42; due to pre-match stipulations, Orton earned a world title shot at Summer Slam; order of elimination: William Regal by Orton (0:45); Tyson Tomko by WWE IC Champion Edge & Chris Jericho (1:25); Chuck Palumbo by Edge & Jericho (1:50); Val Venis by Kane (during the commercial break); Matt Hardy by Kane (during the commercial break); the Hurricane by Rodney Mack & Steven Richards (3:28); Richards & Mack by Rosey (3:33); Rosey by Edge & Jericho (3:43); Sylvian Grenier by Tajiri (4:14); Rob Conway by Tajiri (4:22); Tajiri by Kane (4:57); Ric Flair by Maven (9:55); Rhyno by Batista (10:16); Kane by Edge, Jericho, Orton & Batista (10:41); Maven by Orton (11:21); Batista by Edge & Jericho (11:40); Edge by Jericho (11:48)
WWE Raw World Champion Chris Benoit defeated Triple H in a 60-minute Ironman match, 4 falls to 3; fall #1: Benoit pinned Triple H with a crucifix at 10:14; fall #2: Triple H pinned Benoit with the Pedigree at 28:52; fall #3: Benoit was counted-out after being injured on the floor at 31:10; fall #4: Triple H pinned Benoit at 38:00; fall #5: Benoit forced Triple H to submit to the Sharpshooter at 44:11; fall #6: Benoit forced Triple H to submit to the Crippler Crossface at 47:50; fall #7: Benoit pinned Triple H at 59:54 after Eugene came out of the crowd and fought off an interfering Ric Flair and Batista, both of whom came ringside minutes earlier and were helping to triple team Benoit, with Eugene eventually hitting a Rock Bottom on Triple H before pushing the referee back inside the ring to make the 3 count; after the bout, Eugene stood on the commentary table to applaud Benoit's win; as the show came to a close, Eugene and Triple H locked eyes as Triple H was still in the ring

8/2/04; San Antonio, TX; SBC Arena
8/2/04 - featured an opening segment in which William Regal confronted Triple H, with a match being made for later in the show; included the Highlight Reel with guest Edge in which he and Chris Jericho argued over the previous week's battle royal and briefly came to blows; featured the announcement that Triple H / Eugene and Jericho / Edge / Batista would fight at Summer Slam:
Rhyno & Tajiri defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sylvian Grenier & Rob Conway in a non-title match
Tyson Tomko (w/ WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus) pinned Rosey (w/ Stacy Keibler) with a boot to the face after Rosey became distracted by Trish
William Regal defeated Triple H via disqualification after Triple H used a pair of brass knuckles; after the bout, Triple H continued to attack his opponent with a sledgehammer, causing him to bleed, and later knocked over the stretcher Regal was placed on
Kane pinned Maven with the chokeslam
Randy Orton, Batista, & Ric Flair defeated World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit, WWE IC Champion Edge, & Chris Jericho when Orton pinned Benoit with the RKO as Benoit had Flair caught in the Sharpshooter

8/9/04; Cleveland, OH; Gund Arena
8/9/04:
Victoria, Stacy Keibler, & Nidia defeated Molly Holly, Gail Kim, & Jazz at 3:54 when Nidia pinned Molly with a double leg pickup into a roll over; after the bout, Trish Stratus came to the ring and spoke to both teams, with all six women following her backstage
Chris Jericho pinned WWE IC Champion Edge at 19:21 in a non-title match with a roll up and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage
Rhyno & Tajiri fought Brent Albright & Chris Cage to a 2-minute time-limit draw when La Resistance distracted the referee after Rhyno executed the Gore on one of the opponents
World Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit defeated Triple H & Randy Orton (w/ Ric Flair) via disqualification at 10:39 when Flair interfered as Orton was caught in the Crippler Crossface

8/16/04; London, Ontario; Labbat Centre
8/16/04:
Rhyno defeated Sylvian Grenier at 5:13
Victoria defeated Gail Kim at 3:37
WWE IC Champion Edge defeated Kane at 9:41
Chris Jericho defeated Batista via disqualification at 3:53; after the bout, Edge attempted to make the save but, after being held off by Flair and Batista, walked off instead and allowed Jericho to be double teamed
World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton pinned Chris Benoit at 16:55 with the RKO after Benoit fought off an interfering Ric Flair, Batista, and Triple H who came ringside late in the contest; after the bout, Evolution celebrated Orton's title defense, with Batista hoisting the champion on his shoulders until given the signal from Triple H to fall backwards and drop Orton; as the show came to a close, Orton was triple teamed by the remainder of Evolution

8/23/04; Anaheim, CA; Arrowhead Pond
8/23/04 - featured Method Man in attendance for the event; included a surprise appearance from the Rock in which he hosted an in-ring segment with the remaining Diva contestants, eventually winning a fight against Jonathan Coachman and La Resistance, with Tajiri and Rhyno helping out; featured Triple H calling Randy Orton out and demanding that he hand him the world title belt; Orton responded by spitting in Triple H's face, hitting him in the head with the championship belt, and escaping through the crowd as Evolution tried to get at him; included a closing segment in which Kane and Lita wed, due to contractual obligations; the segment featured appearances from Eric Bischoff, Trish Stratus, and Matt Hardy - as Hardy attempted to attack Kane and stop the wedding; Kane knocked Hardy off the stage, dragged Lita back inside the ring, and finsihed the vows to end the broadcast:
Chris Jericho defeated WWF IC Champion Edge via disqualification at 15:47 after the champion accidentally crotched Jericho across the top rope; after the bell, Edge hit the spear on his opponent; the champion originally won the match earlier but the match was restarted due to Jericho's foot being on the ring ropes
William Regal (w/ Eugene) pinned Ric Flair (w/ Batista) at 12:10 when, as both men prepared to hit the other with brass knuckles, Regal knocked Flair out with his foreign object while Eugene and Batista fought on the floor

8/30/04; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace
8/30/04:
Jonathan Coachman, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated Rhyno & Tajiri at 4:55
Batista defeated William Regal at 2:55
Kane defeated Pat, Nat, Rat, & Fat Hardy at the 19-second mark
Chris Benoit defeated Ric Flair via disqualification at 5:54 when Batista interfered
Victoria & Nidia defeated WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus & Gail Kim at 3:47
Eugene pinned Triple H in a No DQ match at 10:49 after Randy Orton interfered

9/6/04; Wichita Falls, TX; Kay Yeager Coliseum
9/6/04 - included the announcement that Edge had been stripped of the WWE IC Title due to injury and that Chris Jericho would face Christian for the vacant title at Unforgiven in a ladder match:
Chris Benoit, Tajiri, Rhyno, & William Regal defeated Ric Flair, Batista, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier at 7:52 when Conway submitted to Benoit's Sharpshooter
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus pinned Nidia at 3:31 with a kick to the head as Nidia was fixing her attire
Triple H defeated Eugene in a steel cage match at 7:48 when the bout was stopped due to injury after Triple H drove a knee into Eugene's shoulder from the top rope
Chris Jericho defeated Tyson Tomko at 2:57
World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton defeated Kane in a non-title steel cage match at 7:45; Kane originally won the contest via count-out at 2:37 but the match was ordered to continue as a steel cage bout

9/13/04; Seattle, WA; Key Arena
9/13/04:
Chris Benoit defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Rob Conway
Victoria, Stacy Keibler, & Nidia defeated WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus, Gail Kim, & Molly Holly
WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho & Shawn Michaels defeated Christian & Tyson Tomko
Kane fought Gene Snitsky to a no contest
Randy Orton defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, Ric Flair, & Batista via disqualification in a handicap match

9/20/04; Tucson, AZ
9/20/04 - included Superstar Billy Graham in attendance for the show; featured the announcement that Kane and Lita had lost their child as a result of the previous week's incident; included Christy being named the winner of the months-long Diva search; featured comments from Gene Snitsky, who offered no responsibility for Lita's injury the previous week; included a vignette promoting the debut of Simon Dean:
Victoria & Stacy Keibler defeated WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus & Molly Holly when Stacy pinned Molly with a backslide
Tajiri pinned the Hurricane
Shawn Michaels fought WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho to a no contest when Christian and Tyson Tomko interfered as the challenger had Jericho covered following the superkick; earlier in the bout, Christian - who was doing guest commentary - interfered and was knocked to the floor before being ordered backstage by the referee
Maven pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Rob Conway
Randy Orton, Chris Benoit, & Shelton Benjamin defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, Batista, & Ric Flair when Orton pinned Flair with the RKO

9/27/04; Kansas City, MO; Kemper Arena
9/27/04:
Shelton Benjamin defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H via disqualification in a non-title match at 9:40 when Triple H hit Benjamin with the title belt
The Hurricane & Rosey defeated Rhyno & Tajiri at 3:58 when Rosey pinned Tajiri with a sidewalk slam
Gene Snitsky pinned Val Venis with a pumphandle slam at 2:30
Chrisitan & Tyson Tomko defeated WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho & Shawn Michaels when Christian pinned Michaels with a roll up and grabbing the top rope for leverage after Michaels hit the superkick on Tomko
Batista pinned Randy Orton in a No DQ match with the sit-down powerbomb at 7:41 after Triple H and Ric Flair interfered, with Flair hitting a low blow and chair shot on Orton as it seemed Flair was about to hit Triple H; due to pre-match stipulations, Orton could no longer be a contender for Triple H's title at Taboo Tuesday

10/4/04; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
10/4/04 - included Chris Jericho interrupting an in-ring promo by Triple H, admitting that it was Jericho who suggested the idea for Taboo Tuesday and that Triple H would have several challengers for the fans to choose from:
Shawn Michaels pinned Christian at 13:21 with the superkick
Batista defeated Chris Benoit via disqualification at 4:54 when Randy Orton interfered
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated the Hurricane & Rosey at 2:16 following the Aur Reviour
Stacy Keibler pinned Molly Holly with a roll up at 2:51
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho in a non-title lumberjack match at 5:20 after Rhyno interfered and hit the Gore on Jericho

10/11/04; Manchester, England; Evening News Arena
10/11/04:
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus pinned Stacy Keibler at 3:51 with a kick to the head after kicking the challenger's injured leg; after the bout, Nidia and Victoria helped make the save against Trish, Molly Holly, and Gail Kim, with Stacy eventually kicking the champion out of the ring
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated William Regal & Eugene at 13:42 when Regal was pinned with a roll up after being hit in the stomach with one of the French flags; the challengers originally won the match and titles when Regal scored the pin after using a pair of brass knuckles, immediately after one of the title belts was taken away from the champions before they could use it as a weapon, but Eric Bischoff had the match restarted during the commercial break
WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho & Rhyno defeated Christian & Tyson Tomko at 9:30 when Jericho pinned Tomko with the Lionsault; the bout originally was Jericho facing Rhyno in a non-title match but was turned into a tag match after Christian and Tomko interfered at arond the 4-minute mark
Chris Benoit, Edge, & Shawn Michaels defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, Ric Flair, & Batista at 15:30 when Edge pinned Triple H following the superkick from Michaels; after the match, Edge hit the spear on both of his partners before Eric Bischoff came out and announced that Edge, Michaels, and Benoit would face each other in a triple threat match the following week

10/18/04; Chicago, IL; AllState Arena
10/18/04:
Gene Snitsky pinned Eugene
Victoria, Stacy Keibler, & Nidia defeated WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus, Molly Holly, & Gail Kim
Ric Flair & Batista defeated WWE IC Champion Chris Jericho & Randy Orton when Jericho submitted to Flair's figure-4
Shelton Benjamin defeated Christian, Rhyno, Tajiri, Jonathan Coachman, & the Hurricane in an elimination match
Edge defeated Chris Benoit and Shawn Michaels by pinning Benoit; during the bout, Michaels sustained a torn miniscus

10/25/04; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Auditorium
10/25/04 - included an opening segment in which footage was shown from Taboo Tuesday showing Eric Bischoff having his head shaved, with Bischoff then coming out on live TV to announce he was taking the night off and that the wrestlers can run the show themselves; included an in-ring promo from Evolution, interrupted by Randy Orton, with Triple H then making a match between Orton and Ric Flair - if Orton wins, he gets a title shot at Survivor Series and if Orton lost, he doesn't get a title shot for however long Triple H is champion; featured a Jim Ross interview with Edge, via satillite, in which Edge explained his actions at Taboo Tuesday; included an in-ring promo from Shawn Michaels, on crutches, with Michaels thanking the fans for their support at Taboo Tuesday:
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Chris Jericho by reversing an attempt at the Walls of Jericho into a roll up and body scissors; after the bout, Jericho shook the champion's hand out of respect; moments after Jericho left ringside, Christian attacked Benjamin from behind and hit the Unprettier before posing with the belt
Maven pinned Batista with a roll over out of Batista's sit-down powerbomb; after the bout, Batista stalked his opponent up the ramp until Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit came out to hold him off
Gene Snitsky pinned William Regal with a pumphandle slam after attacking Regal from behind at ringside before the match began; after the bout, Eugene and a number of officials came ringside to check on Regal as Snitsky cut a promo on destroying Kane at Taboo Tuesday
Ric Flair pinned Randy Orton after Triple H came out of the crowd and hit Orton with a chair after Flair had received the RKO; at the time of the fall, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, and Maven were beating up an interfering Batista on the opposite side of the ring; after the bout, Flair received a second RKO while Triple H was hit with three rolling German suplexes from Benoit, a Lionsault from Jericho, and a RKO from Orton; due to pre-match stipulations, Orton would not earn a world title shot for however long Triple H remained champion; had Orton won the match, he would have faced Triple H for the title at Survivor Series

11/1/04; Peoria, IL; Civic Center
11/1/04 - included a promo from Triple H in which he said he would not be on Raw that week in protest of the previous week's assault; featured the debut of Maria as a backstage interviewer; featured Eric Bischoff interrupting an in-ring promo by Ric Flair and Batista to announce the Raw portion of the Survivor Series card - Trish Stratus vs. Lita, Shelton Benjamin vs. Christian, and Randy Orton, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, & Maven facing Triple H, Batista, Edge, & Gene Snitsky in an elimination match, with the winning team earning full control of Raw for a month; included a vignette promoting the debut of Muhammad Hassan; featured Trish Stratus cutting an in-ring promo on Lita, which resulted in Lita coming out and being double teamed by Trish and Gail Kim:
Gene Snitsky pinned Eugene in a hardcore match following a pumphandle slam onto a road sign; after the bout, William Regal made the save and prevented Snitsky from trapping Eugene's neck in a folding chair
Christian pinned the Hurricane with the Unprettier; during much of the bout, Edge came out onto the stage and promoted his autobiography; after the bout, Shelton Benjamin came to the ring to face Christian but was attacked and double teamed by Christian and Viscera, a one-night substitute for Tyson Tomko
Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Edge to win the titles when Grenier pinned Benoit after delivering the Aur Reviour behind the referee's back; Benoit worked the match by himself after coming to the ring alone; once Edge did arrive, he spent much of the contest doing guest commentary; after the bout, Edge bloodied Benoit and locked him in the Crippler Crossface until Benoit tapped out
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Viscera in a non-title match with the dragon whip kick; after the bout, Benjamin fought off Christian and hit the Exploder suplex
Randy Orton, Chris Jericho, & Maven defeated Ric Flair & Batista in a handicap match when Orton pinned Batista with the RKO after Batista sustained Maven's top rope DDT and the Lionsault from Jericho; the bout was originally made a 6-man match, also involving Triple H since Bischoff didn't believe Triple H wasn't really there; during the match, Triple H's music played but Tajiri came out instead, wearing a wig and a Triple H shirt

11/8/04; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Cener
11/8/04:
Randy Orton pinned Batista with a roll up at 20:00
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Tyson Tomko at 3:20 in a non-title match with the Exploder suplex
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H fought Tajiri to a no contest
Chris Benoit fought Edge to a no contest at 17:24; Christy Hemme was the guest ring announcer for the bout

11/15/04; Indianapolis, IN; Conseco Fieldhouse
11/15/04 - included Maven as guest GM for the week:
William Regal & Eugene defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier and Rhyno & Tajiri in an elimination match to win the titles at 13:05; Grenier pinned Rhyno at 9:17 after Rhyno missed the Gore; Eugene pinned Grenier with the People's Elbow
Lita defeated Molly Holly via submission with a sleeper at 2:45
Randy Orton pinned Jonathan Coachman at 1:22 with the RKO; prior to the bout, Maven announced that Coachman would not be facing Jim Ross - as was announced at the top of the hour - but he would be facing JR; the "J" was silent and the "R" stood for "RKO"
Chris Benoit & WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin defeated Edge & Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) at 12:46 when Christian submitted to Benoit's Crippler Crossface after sustaining Benjamin's splash in the corner and Benoit's diving headbutt; after the bout, Edge attacked his partner's injured shoulder and threw him into the steel ring post
Christie Hemme pinned Stacy Keibler in a lingerie pillow fight at the 55-second mark (Viva Las Divas)
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Maven with the Pedigree at 12:15 after Gene Snitsky interfered and hit a pumphandle slam on the challenger as Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit, Randy Orton, Batista, and Flair fought on the floor and into the crowd

11/22/04; Buffalo, NY; HSBC Arena
11/22/04 - included Chris Benoit as GM of the week:
Gene Snitsky pinned Maven with the pumphandle slam at 4:10
Chris Jericho defeated Batista via disqualification at 3:22 when Batista failed to break a choke
Rhyno pinned Jonathan Coachman with the Gore at the 25-second mark
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Lita and Molly Holly at 4:24 by pinning Molly after Lita hit a DDT on the fellow challenger
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Eugene & William Regal defeated Christian, Rob Conway, & Sylvian Grenier at 4:05 when Benjamin pinned Conway with the Exploder suplex
Chris Benoit defeated Edge (sub. for World Heavyweight Champion Triple H) in a steel cage match at 15:34 when a spear from Edge sent Benoit falling out the door; Triple H was deemed unable to compete due to being knocked out backstage before the bout began and it was implied Batista was the culprit; during the backstage segment, Benoit and Edge had a confrontation, with Benoit then ordering Edge to face him in Triple H's place; after the bout, it was revealed that the injury angle was just a hoax to get Triple H out of the title defense

11/29/04; Baltimore, MD; 1st Mariner Arena
11/29/04 - included Randy Orton as GM for the night; featured Orton hosting a lingerie fashion show featuring Melina, Candice Michelle, Maria, Christy Hemme, and Stacy Keibler:
Chris Benoit and Edge co-won a 21-man battle royal at 18:46 when both men fell off the apron and hit the floor at the same time; other participants included: Batista, Chris Jericho, Ric Flair, Maven, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Eugene & William Regal, Gene Snitsky, Rhyno, Tajiri, Steven Richards, Val Venis, Tyson Tomko, the Hurricane, Rosey, Rob Conway, Sylvian Grenier, WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin, Viscera, and Christian; due to pre-match stipulations, both earned a world title match later in the broadcast; the original stipulation for the battle royal stated that the winner would win the world title, with Triple H also being a participant in the match, but Vince McMahon revoked that stipulation
Lita & Victoria defeated WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus & Molly Holly at 6:50 when Lita pinned Trish
Ric Flair defeated Jerry Lawler via submission with the figure-4 at 6:18
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Eugene & William Regal defeated Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier at 3:45 when Eugene pinned Conway
Chris Benoit, Edge, and World Heavyweight Champion Triple H fought to a no contest at 14:27 when Edge submitted to the Crippler Crossface at the same time Benoit, with Edge on top of him, was pinned; the show went off the air with a referee declaring Edge the winner and another referee delcaring Benoit the winner

12/6/04; Charlotte, NC
12/6/04 - included Vince McMahon declaring the Raw World Title vacant as a result of the previous week's main event bout; featured Randy Orton and Edge engaging in a pull-apart brawl after Edge blamed Orton for costing him the world title; featured a limbo contest between Stacy Keibler, Christy Hemme, Candice Mitchell, Melina Perez, and Maria, in which Christy won; after the contest, Muhammad Hassan and Daivari interrupted the celebration via the Titantron, announcing they would be on hand the following week:
WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Eugene defeated Maven via disqualification at 4:12 when Maven refused to stop choking Eugene as he was trapped upside down in the ropes; after the bout, William Regal - who had been sent backstage earlier in the bout - came to the ring to make the save for his tag team partner, only for Maven to hit him in the back of the head with one of the tag title belts
Simon Dean pinned the Hurricane with a roll up and using the tights for leverage at 3:47
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) at 5:28 after superkicking Tomko off the ring apron and pinning the challenger with the Exploder suplex; Christian was forced to wear a "Captain Charisma" costume by guest GM Chris Jericho; just prior to the finish, the mask of the costume was turned sidways, preventing Christian from seeing
Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho defeated Triple H & Batista (w/ Ric Flair) via disqualification at 11:43 when Triple H hit Benoit in the back with a steel chair; after the bout, Triple H hit referee Jack Doan over the head with the chair, attempted to do the same to Jericho but ended up hitting Batista, and then hit Jericho
Lita pinned WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus to win the title at 7:11 with a reverse Twist of Fate and the moonsault (Viva Las Divas)

12/13/04; Huntsville, AL
12/13/04 - included an opening segment in which Raw GM Eric Bischoff made his return; featured Lita interrupting Gene Snitsky in the ring, saying that Kane was on his way back; included a backstage interview with Trish Stratus in which Stratus said she would regain her Woman's title belt; featured the return of Mick Foley as he announced he was going to Iraq for Smackdown's Christmas special, which was then interrupted by Muhammad Hassan and Daivari; Foley invited them into the ring but Hassan declined, saying he didn't respect Foley; included a closing segment in which Bischoff ordered that the world title would be decided by a 6-man Elimination Chamber match at New Year's Revolution, featuring Chris Benoit, Edge, Triple H, Chris Jericho, Batista, and Randy Orton; the show ended with all six men brawling, with Orton and Triple H having a confrontation as the show faded to black:
Randy Orton pinned Edge at 17:48 by reversing a DDT attempt into the RKO
Triple H & Batista (w/ Ric Flair) defeated Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho at 16:49 when Batista pinned Benoit with a spinebuster after pulling Benoit off Triple H, who he had the Crippler Crossface applied on; moments prior to the finish, Benoit locked Batista in the Sharpshooter until Triple H entered the ring
Christian, Tyson Tomko, & Maven defeated WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Eugene & William Regal at 7:18 when Maven pinned Benjamin with a roll up and grabbing the middle rope for leverage after Benjamin hit a superkick on Tomko

12/20/04:
Featured a special "Best of Raw 2004" episode showing the best moments from Raw over the past year

12/27/04; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum
12/27/04 - included an opening announcement from Raw GM Eric Bischoff that each competitor in the upcoming Elimination Chamber match for the vacant WWE Raw World Title would wrestle for the chance to determine which man would enter into the bout last, thus having a greater chance of winning the title; all six men would face yet to be named opponents and whomever won their match in the shortest amount of time would be the last man in the Elimination Chamber; if any of the six lost their match, the winner of the bout would replace them in the title contest; Bischoff assigned Christy Hemme the role of guest time keeper for the six matches and mentioned that the guest referee for the Elimination Chamber would be announced later in the evening; featured Muhammad Hassan & Daivari interrupting Stacy Keibler in the ring and insulting the American culture before Jerry Lawler confronted them both; later in the broadcast, Bischoff said that the following week a debate would be held between Hassan & Daivari against Jerry Lawler & Jim Ross :
Chris Jericho defeated Christian (mystery opponent) via submission with the Walls of Jericho after hitting a springboard dropkick to Tyson Tomko, knocking him off the ring apron, and reversing an attempt at the Unprettier at 10:47
Randy Orton pinned Maven (mystery opponent) with the RKO at 6:14
WWE Women's Champion Lita pinned Molly Holly with the DDT at 1:54 in a non-title match; after the bout, Gene Snitsky came ringside and chased Lita to the back where she eventually locked herself inside a room; moments later, Eric Bischoff confronted Snitsky and informed him that he would be facing Kane at New Year's Revolution
Simon Dean pinned Rosey at 3:03 with a roll up as the referee attempted to take Dean's weightlifting belt away from Rosey
Edge defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Eugene (mystery opponent) at 8:48 via submission with a standing figure-4 after Eugene hit his knee against the corner
Chris Benoit defeated Viscera (mystery opponent) via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 5:43
Batista pinned Rhyno (mystery opponent) following two sit-down powerbombs at 3:02
Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) pinned WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin (mystery opponent) in a non-title match at 5:47 with the Pedigree after Benjamin knocked an interfering Flair off the ring apron; moments prior to the finish, Benjamin had Triple H pinned with the Exploder suplex; during the bout, the other 5 Elimination Chamber participants sat ringside; after the bout, Eric Bischoff came out and announced that Shawn Michaels would be the guest referee for the upcoming match, with Michaels then coming out wearing referee attire to close the show

2005

1/3/05; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum
1/3/05:
Batista pinned Chris Benoit at 7:06 with the sit-down powerbomb after repeatedly ramming Benoit's head into an exposed turnbuckle while Benoit was up in a fireman's carry
Edge pinned Chris Jericho at 10:24 by blocking a victory roll and grabbing onto the ring ropes for leverage
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Sylvian Grenier (w/ Rob Conway) at 3:18 in a non-title match with the Exploder suplex; prior to the bout, Maven came out to do guest commentary
Trish Stratus pinned Victoria at 3:06 with the kick to the head
Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) pinned WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Eugene (w/ William Regal) at 3:44
Randy Orton pinned Triple H with the RKO at 16:43

1/10/05; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Office Depot Center
1/10/05 - featured an opening segment in which Randy Orton interrupted Evolution's victory celebration in the ring, then showed footage from the previous night in which Triple H clearly could have broken Orton's cover of Batista during the Elimination Chamber but chose not to; moments later, Eric Bischoff came out and announced that since both Randy Orton and Batista were worthy of a title shot, they would battle in a #1 contender's match in the main event; included a segment in which Simon Dean made reference to a 300lber backstage who wears a mask needing to take his weight loss supplement, referring to Rosey; moments later, Kane came out and attacked Dean before Gene Snitsky came out of nowhere and laid Kane out with several shots with a steel chair, leaving Kane bleeding from the mouth; featured the first vignette promoting the debut of 'The Masterpiece' Chris Masters:
Royal Rumble Qualifying Match: WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Maven with a reverse spin kick and the Exploder suplex in a non-title match at 1:49
Muhammad Hassan (w/ Daivari) pinned the Hurricane (w/ Rosey) at 1:58 with the Flatliner after avoiding the Shining Wizard
Royal Rumble Qualifying Match: Edge defeated Rhyno via submission with the standing figure-4 at 3:36 after hitting the spear; after the bout, Edge called out Shawn Michaels, blaming him for not winning the Elimination Chamber the night before; Michaels came out moments later and told Edge to worry about the future instead of crying over the past; Edge then seemed to take the advice to heart before attacking Michaels; the two traded blows in and around ringside, even battling outside the arena later in the broadcast
Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho defeated Christian & Tyson Tomko at 8:58 when Christian submitted to Benoit's Crippler Crossface at the same time Tomko submitted to Jericho's Walls of Jericho
Christy Hemme pinned Maria in a lingerie pillow fight at 1:08 with a schoolboy roll up and roll over after Lilian Garcia hit Maria with a pillow; Candice Michelle was the guest referee for the bout (Viva Las Divas)
Randy Orton pinned Batista at 14:35 with a roll up after Orton sent his distracted opponent into Triple H, who was holding up a steel chair on the ring apron, moments after Batista said he didn't need the chair to win the match; Triple H and Ric Flair sat ringside for the bout; due to pre-match stipulations, Orton became the #1 contender to Triple H's world title

1/17/05; Toronto, Ontario; Air Canada Centre
1/17/05 - featured Muhammad Hassan as a guest of the Highlight Reel in which he attacked Chris Jericho and trapped him in the Camel Clutch until Chris Benoit made the save; included Raw GM Eric Bischoff granting Shawn Michaels a spot in the Royal Rumble match, without having a qualifying match, based on his previous accomplishments; featured the announcement that HBK vs. Edge would take place at the Royal Rumble; included a pro-Canada, anti-US promo from Trish Stratus in which she bad mouthed the injured Lita until Kane came out and, after setting Trish up for a chokeslam and letting go, eventually chokeslammed the Women's champion:
Maven, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier defeated WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin, Rosey, & the Hurricane at 3:28 when Conway pinned Rosey after the Aur Reviour
Shawn Michaels pinned Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) with the superkick at 6:22; after the bout, Michaels hit the superkick on Tomko before being speared by Edge - who was at ringside for much of the bout - and was then trapped in Edge's standing figure-4
Batista pinned Viscera with a spinebuster at 2:24
Chris Jericho pinned Chris Benoit at 12:42 by reversing an attempt at the Sharpshooter into an inside cradle
Kane fought Gene Snitsky to a no contest in a no holds barred match at 6:16 after both men fell off the stage and crashed through several tables on the floor after Kane hit a chokeslam from the stage to the floor

1/24/05; Oklahoma City, OK; Ford Center
1/24/05 - included a clip of Hulk Hogan as a guest of the Tonight Show in 1985 in tribute to the passing of Johnny Carson, who died the previous day; featured Stacy Keibler and Danny Hodge introducing Jim Ross to the ring as the Governor of OK declared 1/24/05 as Jim Ross Day; moments later, Triple H and Ric Flair interrupted Ross' speech, with Flair eventually hitting a low blow on JR and both Flair and Triple H beating down Hodge after he hit the world champion in the face; Triple H then turned to Stacy when he first attempted to get a kiss but then set her up for the Pedigree; Randy Orton made the save, with Triple H pushing Stacy into Orton as he and Flair calmly left ringside; included footage of the WWE press conference in Los Angeles in which it was announced Steve Austin had agreed to a 3-film deal with WWE Films, as well as footage from Vince McMahon and Austin appearing on The Best Damn Sports Show; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Chris Masters; included the announcements that Ric Flair and Jonathan Coachman would be participants in the Royal Rumble:
Shawn Michaels, Chris Benoit, & Chris Jericho defeated Edge, Christian, & Tyson Tomko at 13:25 when Benoit pinned Tomko with a roll up after Tomko failed a boot to Benoit's face and sustained Michaels' superkick
Royal Rumble Qualifying Match: Viscera defeated Tajiri in an over-the-top rope match at the 25-second mark
Royal Rumble Qualifying Match: Batista defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier in a handicap match at 2:07 by pinning both men after hitting a spinebuster on Conway on top of Grenier; after the bout, Batista took the Quebec flag and appeared to stick it in Grenier's ass
Royal Rumble Qualifying Match: Muhammad Hassan (w/ Daivari) pinned Val Venis with the Flatliner at 4:39 after Venis failed the Money Shot; during the bout, Davari shouted encouragement to Hassan on the microphone, stolen from Lilian Garcia before the match; after the bout, Hassan trapped Venis in the Camel Clutch as Daivari verbally berated Venis on the microphone
Kane defeated Maven and Gene Snitsky in an impromptu match at 2:00 by pinning Maven with a chokeslam; the match came about due to Maven being granted a second shot to get into the Royal Rumble match by Raw GM Eric Bischoff, all he would have to do is beat someone who was already scheduled for the match; after Kane - bruised and bandaged due to his match the previous week - came out to answer Maven's open challenge, Maven immediately clarified his challenge by saying he wanted anyone besides Kane; Snitsky - also bruised and bandaged then came out; had Maven pinned either man, he would have taken their spot in the Royal Rumble
Randy Orton pinned Ric Flair (w/ Triple H) with the RKO at 16:34 after fighting off an interfering Triple H, moments after Triple H pulled out the second referee and went to work injuring Orton's knee; early in the bout, Batista - who was in Flair's corner alongside Triple H - was sent backstage by the referee after the referee thought it was Batista who tripped Orton as Orton ran the ropes when in fact it was Triple H; when Batista looked to Triple H to help his case, Triple H pretended not to notice

1/31/05; San Jose, CA; HP Pavilion
1/31/05 - featured an opening segment in which Triple H introduced Batista and said he would be proud to face him at WrestleMania, only for an interview clip to appear on the Titantron in which John Bradshaw Layfield insulted Batista and said he would easily beat him if Batista wanted a title shot at Mania; the interview was taped after the Rumble took place the night before; included Edge coming out to the ring and confronting Christy Hemme as she shot WrestleMana XXI t-shirts into the crowd, claiming that she was trying to embarass him since he didn't win the Royal Rumble and thus would not get the title shot at Mania; as he prepared to embarass Christy, Shawn Michaels came out and challenged Edge to a rematch; Edge rejected the offer but demanded that Michaels shake his hand since Michaels said he would if Edge were victorious in their match at the Rumble; Michaels shook Edge's hand and hit the superkick on him immediately after, knocking him out; featured Smackdown! GM Teddy Long approaching Raw GM Eric Bischoff backstage in which Teddy made it clear he wanted Batista on Smackdown! but he was not responsible for JBL's comments being aired earlier in the broadcast; included a vignette promoting the debut of Chris Masters; featured a backstage segment in which Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho blamed each other for not winning the tag team titles; included Raw GM Eric Bischoff announcing three matches for the following week's edition in Japan - Benoit vs. Jericho, Triple H vs. Edge, and Regal & Tajiri vs. Conway & Grenier:
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Simon Dean with the Exploder suplex at 1:22; after the bout, Dean claimed that the only reason Shelton won was because he was on the Simon System; moments later, Benjamin returned to the ring, hit the splash in the corner, and hit the suplex once more
Maven pinned the Hurricane at 2:44 by driving both knees into Hurricane's back after Hurricane failed a flying neckbreaker
Chris Benoit & Chris Jericho fought WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier to a double disqualification at 6:07 when the referee could no longer control the match
Muhammad Hassan (w/ Daivari) defeated Sgt. Slaughter via submission with the Camel Clutch after hitting the Flatliner at 2:18; prior to the bout, Slaughter answered Hassan's open challenge for any American to face him
Randy Orton & Shawn Michaels defeated World Heavyweight Champion Triple H & Ric Flair at 16:07 when Orton, dazed after hitting his head while dropping Flair with the RKO, pinned Triple H after Michaels hit the superkick and Edge interfered, accidentally hitting the spear on the champion while Michaels avoided the move; Batista was in Evolution's corner early on but was sent backstage at the 5-minute mark after smashing a steel chair against the steel ring post as Michaels and Orton were in control of the match; as he walked backstage, he smirked, implying his ejection from ringside may have been his plan all along
Kane pinned Gene Snitsky in a steel cage match at 6:45 with a chokeslam onto the steel cage door, which was broken off by Snitsky moments earlier; mid-way through the bout, Trish Stratus came ringside, wearing a neckbrace, and tried to prevent Kane from exiting through the door; Kane brought her into the ring and was about to chokeslam her before Snitsky made the save and helped her back out of the cage

Taped 2/4/05; Saitama, Japan; Super Arena
2/7/05 - Akebono, former sumo champion, was in attendance for the event; featured Eric Bischoff coming out to begin the show and previewing the scheduled card, accompanied by a translator; included Simon Dean interrupting an All American Diva contest hosted by Jerry Lawler, featuring Christy Hemme, Maria, and Victoria, with Chrity eventually hitting a low blow after Simon insulted the weight of the divas as well as Lawler, calling him the Burger King:
Chris Benoit defeated Chris Jericho in a submission match at 12:15 with a variation of the Crippler Crossface; after the bout, the two men shook hands out of respect
Batista pinned Maven at the 32-second mark with a spinebuster and the sit-down powerbomb; immediately following the bout, footage from the previous week's Smackdown! aired on the Titantron, featuring the Big Show commenting about possibly facing Batista at WrestleMania
William Regal & Tajiri defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier to win the titles at 4:12 when Tajiri pinned Grenier with the kick to the head after avoiding a blow with the Quebec flag and spraying green mist into Grenier's face; after the bout, Tajiri cut a short promo in the ring before he and Regal went into the crowd to celebrate
Shawn Michaels pinned Ric Flair at 8:32 with the superkick
Randy Orton pinned Tyson Tomko with a roll up at 5:08; early in the bout, Christian dragged Stacy Keibler to the ring as a form of distraction; after the match, Christian attacked Orton from behind and repeatedly slapped him before dropping him with the Unprettier
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Edge at 15:53 with the Pedigree after Batista interfered and hit a spinebuster on the challenger as Edge attempted the spear; late in the bout, Ric Flair came ringside and entered the ring with a steel chair but was speared to the mat by the challenger; moments later, both men attempted to go for the chair but Batista came ringside and took it from them both; with Batista with his back turned, the champion quickly knocked Edge off the ring apron onto Batista on the floor; after the bout, Batista raised Triple H's arm in victory and the show came to a close with the champion realizing Batista was looking at the world title as it was hoisted in the air

2/14/05; Cincinatti, OH; US Bank Arena
2/14/05 - included Candice Michelle as a guest of the Highlight Reel to open the broadcast in which her GoDaddy.com commercial, first aired during the SuperBowl, was replayed; after making fun of the uproar over the commercial, the two were interrupted by Muhammad Hassan and Daivari; after implying Hassan and Daivari were sweethearts, Jericho challenged Hassan to a match which was accepted; featured the announcement that Roddy Piper would be inducted into the 2005 WWE Hall of Fame; included WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus cutting an in-ring promo on the other Raw divas trying to steal her spotlight, then demanding that Christy Hemme come out; after Christy came to the ring, Trish said she was the true slut of Raw because Christy was set to be the cover girl for the following month's issue of Playboy; following Christy responding by telling Trish she was a slut for sleeping with half hte locker room, Trish slapped Christy to the mat and left ringside; featured Jonathan Coachman conducting a backstage interview with Shawn Michaels regarding his confrontation with Kurt Angle at the Royal Rumble in which Michaels made mention of Angle's upcoming match at No Way Out; included a vignette promoting the debut of Chris Masters the following week; featured the announcement that the following week Batista would officially make his decision as to what world title he would vie for at WrestleMania:
Muhammad Hassan (w/ Daivari) pinned Chris Jericho at around the 6-minute mark with the Flatliner after Jericho knocked Daivari off the ring apron with a springboard dropkick (the bout began during the commercial break)
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin defeated Gene Snitsky via disqualification at 4:33 when Snitsky grabbed a steel chair from ringside and hit the champion over the head with it after Benjamin sent him to the floor
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions William Regal & Tajiri defeated Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier at 4:16 when Regal pinned Conway with a running knee to the head
Randy Orton pinned Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) with the RKO at 15:37; late in the contest, Tomko ran in the ring and kicked Orton in the face before leaving through the crowd
Kane pinned Simon Dean with the chokeslam at 2:31
Edge defeated Batista (w/ World Heavyweight Champion Triple H) via disqualification at 5:47 when Triple H came in the ring and shoved the referee to the mat as JBL's limo appeared in the parking lot backstage, seconds after Batista hit the sit-down powerbomb; after the match, Triple H, Batista, and Ric Flair went backstage to confront JBL; Batista ultimately decided to go outside by himself, where he was almost run over by the limo before Triple H pushed him to safety; as the show came to a close, Batista said he would be at Smackdown! that Thursday night and would appear by himself, not with his fellow Evolution members

2/21/05; State College, PA; Bryce Jordan Center
2/21/05:
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus defeated Victoria and Molly Holly by pinning Molly at 3:48 after Victoria hit the Widow's Peak
Chris Jericho defeated Simon Dean via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 3:39
Kane pinned Tyson Tomko at 3:29 with the chokeslam
Shawn Michaels & Randy Orton defeated Edge & Christian at 18:09 when Michaels pinned Christian with the superkick
Chris Masters defeated Steven Richards via submission with the full nelson at 1:57; Richards sustained a broken orbital bone late in the bout as a result of Master's Polish Hammer (Masters' TV debut)
Gene Snitsky defeated WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin via disqualification at 3:07 when Benjamin hit the challenger in the head with a steel chair, as Benjamin was on the floor and Snitsky was in the ring

2/28/05; Providence, RI; Dunkin Donuts Center
2/28/05 - included the announcement that Hulk Hogan would be inducted into the 2005 WWE Hall of Fame; featured the announcement that Steve Austin would be the guest of Roddy Piper's Piper's Pit as part of WrestleMania XXI; included footage of the Rock at the 'Be Cool' premiere; featured Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with Batista in which, after a lengthy promo, he was interrupted by Triple H and Ric Flair, with both men entering the ring and surrounding Batista; moments later, Batista sent Flair to the mat and dared Triple H to try him; to further goad Triple H, Batista hit a spinebuster and the sit-down powerbomb on Flair while the champion stood on the ring apron, wanting to make the save but hesitant to face Batista; included a WrestleMania XXI 'A Few Good Men' promo featuring John Cena, John Bradshaw Layfield, and Jonathan Coachman; featured Christy Hemme unveiling her cover of Playboy, in which she was interrupted by WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus who came out and began to spray paint the cover until Christy slapped her; moments later, Trish knocked Christy out with the Chick Kick and spray painted 'Slut' on her back; included Randy Orton speaking with Superstar Billy Graham backstage in which Superstar offered him advice going into WrestleMania and told him to go where no wrestler has gone before; after Superstar left, Orton looked at the magazine in his hand and laid it on the table; it was later revealed that the magazine in question was Smackdown! and the man on the cover was the Undertaker:
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H fought the Hurricane to a no contest in a non-title match when the champion attacked Hurricane, knocked him to the floor, attacked him around ringside, and hit the Pedigree on the ramp before the bell rang; prior to and after the contest, Triple H cut a promo on facing Batista at WrestleMania XXI
Chris Benoit defeated Muhammad Hassan (w/ Daivari) via disqualification at 6:22 when Hassan hit a low blow as Benoit set him up for a German suplex; the finish was to have been Hassan pinning Benoit after blocking the diving headbutt with the time keeper's bell but Hassan failed to hold up the bell, thus the new finish had to be booked on the fly
WWE IC champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Gene Snitsky at 2:53 with a splash in the corner and the Exploder suplex; pre-match stipulations stated that if the champion got himself disqualified, he would lose the belt
Chris Masters defeated an unknown via submission with the full nelson at 1:16; prior to the bout, exclusive footage was shown of the facial injury Masters gave Steven Richards the previous week
Chris Jericho defeated Maven via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 3:27; after the bout, Jericho cut a promo stating that he wanted to be part of WrestleMania XXI and wanted to make history and would do so, along with 5 other WWE wrestlers and a steel ladder
Shawn Michaels pinned Edge in a streetfight at 18:08 with the superkick as Edge attempted the spear; immediately after the bout, Michaels was attacked by Kurt Angle - who came through the crowd - with Angle hitting an overhead belly to belly suplex, pounding on Michaels, and finishing with the Olympic Slam; moments later, Angle grabbed a microphone and formally accepted Michaels' challenge for WrestleMania before security came ringside and Angle left through the crowd

3/7/05; Raleigh, NC; RBC Center
3/7/05 - included an opening segment in which Shawn Michaels cut a promo on facing Kurt Angle at WrestleMania and showed footage of him attacking Angle the previous week on Smackdown; late in the segment, he was interrupted by Angle on the Titantron, who said his issue with Michaels dated back to 1996 and that Angle would do everything Shawn did in his career over the span of the next 4 weeks; featured footage from earlier in the day of Christy Hemme signing copies of her Playboy in Raleigh; included a video recap of Christy Hemme�s Playboy photo shoot; featured a backstage segment with Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, Edge, Shelton Benjamin, and Christian in which Eric Bischoff stated Jericho came to him the previous week with the idea of a putting on a 6-man ladder match at WrestleMania with the winner earning a world title shot for whenever he wants over the course of a year; Bischoff then made matches for later in the night involving all 6 men, with Christian facing the unknown 6th man; included Bischoff announcing that Batista would be able to pick Triple H�s opponent the following week, with Triple H being able to pick Batista�s opponent the week after that; later in the show it was announced Triple H would face Chris Benoit at the request of Batista; featured an in-ring promo by Randy Orton in which he spoke about his father being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 2 and then laid out a challenge to the Undertaker for WrestleMania 21; moments later, Bischoff came out to the ring and praised Orton for attempting to end Taker�s WrestleMania undefeated streak, hoping it would result in Bischoff getting more stock options, with Orton referring to Bischoff as a �legend� for making WCW beat the WWE in the ratings for over a year, then hitting the RKO on Bischoff; included the Undertaker �Dirty Harry� WrestleMania ad; featured Muhammad Hassan & Daivari confronting Bischoff backstage about not being involved in the WrestleMania ladder match; included an in-ring segment with Christy Hemme and WWE Women�s Champion Trish Stratus in which Christy challenged Trish to a title match for WrestleMania; moments later, Christy said that someone had been training her to wrestle, with Lita then coming out and distracting Trish long enough for Christy to hit the Twist of Fate (Lita�s surprise return after a 6-week absence):
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Rosey in a non-title match with the Pedigree at 2:45; following the bout, Triple H pulled a sledgehammer out from underneath the ring and hit Rosey in the abs, causing him to be taken backstage on a stretcher
Kane (mystery opponent) pinned Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) with a chokeslam at 3:15, despite interference from Tomko; immediately following the match, Tomko rammed Kane in the face with the ladder which was at ringside
Edge pinned Chris Jericho at 16:04 with a DDT after using the ladder positioned at ringside to land a low blow
Chris Benoit defeated WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 4:33 in a non-title match
Batista pinned Ric Flair (w/ World Heavyweight Champion Triple H) with the sit-down powerbomb at 6:41 after throwing an interfering Triple H to the floor; prior to the entrances, Eric Bischoff threatened to disallow Triple H from being at ringside unless he gave up possession of his sledgehammer; after the bout, Triple H pulled a second sledgehammer out from under the ring, which was quickly stolen away by Batista who then broke it in half over his knee

3/14/05; Atlanta, GA; Gwinnett Center
3/14/05 - included an opening segment in which Chris Jericho, sitting on top of a ladder in the ring, invited Randy Orton to be his guest on the Highlight Reel to discuss his match at WrestleMania against the Undertaker; moments later, Jericho introduced Jake 'the Snake' Roberts as a surprise to Orton; Jake attempted to tell Orton he was biting off more than he could chew but Orton shot back by saying he would beat Taker at Mania and make a bigger impact than Jake made his entire career; Roberts then hit the short clothesline and attempted the DDT but Orton reversed it into the RKO; featured WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus attacking Maria backstage during an interview segment when Trish was questioned about sustaining Christy Hemme's Twist of Fate the previous week; included a 'When Harry Met Sally' WrestleMania ad featuring Kurt Angle, Christy Hemme, and Linda McMahon; featured a promo by Muhammad Hassan on the stage regarding his not having an opponent for WrestleMania; at the conclusion of the promo, Charlie Haas' music was accidentally played before it cut to Hassan's theme:
Kane defeated Christian & Tyson Tomko in a handicap match at 3:18 by pinning Tomko with a clothesline off the top and the chokeslam; after the bout, Christian grabbed a ladder out from under the ring but was scared away by Kane, with Kane hitting Tomko with the ladder moments later
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Edge in a non-title match at 9:35 with the Exploder suplex after Chris Jericho prevented Edge from using a ladder as a weapon by forcing the ladder to bounce off the ropes and hit Edge in the face; prior to the bout, Edge attacked Benjamin from behind on the ramp and assaulted him both on the stage and around ringside for several minutes before the match officially began
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier at 6:04 when Jannetty pinned Grenier with the Rocker Dropper immediately after Michaels hit the superkick on Conway (Jannetty's return after an absence of over 8 years; the Rockers' first match as a team in over 13 years)
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Chris Benoit in a non-title match at 16:53 with a low blow and the Pedigree as referee Earl Hebner was busy ejecting Ric Flair from ringside; the match was made by Batista under Eric Bischoff's 'Pick Your Poison' stipulation
Batista defeated Gene Snitsky via disqualification at 4:46 when Ric Flair interfered and clipped Batista in the knee as he attempted the sit-down powerbomb; prior to the bout, Flair and Triple H came ringside to watch the match; after the bout, Batista overpowered Flair and Snitsky but was eventually surrounded by all three men armed with steel chairs; moments later, Kane ran in the ring, attacked Snitsky, and hit the chokeslam; Batista followed with the sit-down powerbomb as Triple H watched on; as the show came to a close, Triple H announced that Batista's opponent for the following week would be Kane

3/21/05; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center
3/21/05 � included a video montage of Kurt Angle�s amateur and pro career as well as his rivalry with Shawn Michaels; featured the announcement that Sylvester Stallone would be inducting Hulk Hogan into the WWE Hall of Fame; included an in-ring sit-down promo by World Heavyweight Champion Triple H regarding the breakup of Evolution and the bad decisions made by Randy Orton and Batista; during the segment, Triple H announced that Batista�s match with Kane later in the night would now be a lumberjack match, with Triple H hand-picking the lumberjacks; featured an in-ring promo by Randy Orton, with Stacy Keibler, in which Orton displayed his new �Legend Killer� t-shirt in which the Undertaker�s name had been added to the list; during the segment, a video montage was shown of Orton�s career in the WWE; to finish the promo, Orton kissed Stacy and then dropped her with the RKO as a message for the Undertaker; Stacy was quickly attended to by officials and fitted with a neckbrace; included a backstage altercation between Shawn Michaels, Muhammad Hassan & Daivari in which Michaels challenged Hassan for the following week; featured the �Taxi Driver� WrestleMania ad:
Shawn Michaels pinned Rob Conway (w/ Sylvain Grenier) with the superkick at 9:34
Christy Hemme (w/ Lita), WWE Raw Tag Team Champions William Regal & Tajiri defeated Molly Holly, Simon Dean, & Maven at 4:24 when Hemme pinned Holly with the reverse Twist of Fate after Molly failed the Molly Go Round; during the bout, WWE Women�s Champion Trish Stratus came ringside in an attempt to distract Hemme
Edge & Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) defeated WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin & Chris Jericho at 11:52 when Edge pinned Benjamin with the spear after Christian hit Benjamin in the head with the IC title belt; after the bout, Chris Benoit came out to make the save but was eventually assaulted by Tomko wielding a ladder
Chris Benoit defeated Tyson Tomko via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 2:07; Benoit had his ribs taped for the match as a result of the beating he took earlier in the night from Tomko and a ladder
Batista pinned Kane at 8:47 with a spinebuster and the sit-down powerbomb in a No DQ lumberjack match; lumberjacks for the bout included Chris Masters, Rob Conway, Sylvian Grenier, Viscera, Gene Snitsky, Simon Dean, Edge, Tyson Tomko, Christian, Maven, Jonathan Coachman, Muhammad Hassan, & Daivari; prior to the contest, it was announced Triple H and Batista would have a face off the following week; Triple H did guest commentary for the bout, with Ric Flair standing beside him

3/28/05; Ft. Worth, TX; Convention Center
3/28/05 - featured an opening segment of the Highlight Reel in which Chris Jericho had Chris Benoit and WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin on as guests to discuss the upcoming 6-way ladder match at WrestleMania XXI; moments later, Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) and Edge came out separately to claim they would win, eventually leading to a six man brawl and a match; included an in-ring promo by Randy Orton regarding his upcoming match with the Undertaker in which he was eventually interrupted by an Undertaker vignette on the big screen chronicling his history at WrestleMania; moments thereafter, flames shot out of the ring posts, scaring Orton out of the ring; featured a closing face-to-face confrontation between Triple H and Batista, overseen by Eric Bischoff, in which the two men cut a promo on the other and their match at WrestleMania, eventually leading Triple H to slap Batista with Batista responding by dropping Triple H to the mat; as the show came to a close, the two men were held apart by security:
Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit, & WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin defeated Edge, Christian, & Tyson Tomko in an impromptu match at around the 14:30 mark when Tomko submitted to Jericho's Walls of Jericho; after the bout, Christian attacked Jericho with a ladder before Kane came ringside, kicked it into Christian's face, and laid out many of the remaining participants before setting up the ladder and climbing to the top in a symbolic gesture (the bout began during the commercial break)
Christy Hemme (w/ Lita) defeated WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus in an arm wrestling match; moments later, Trish demanded a rematch since she claimed she was not ready; a rematch took place and Christy once again dominated; after the contest, Trish shoved ring announcer Lilian Garcia to the mat and did the same to Lita before leaving ringside
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions William Regal & Tajiri defeated Maven & Simon Dean and Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier at 3:52 when Tajiri pinned Maven with the kick to the head
Shawn Michaels defeated Muhammad Hassan (w/ Daivari) via disqualification at 12:05 when Kurt Angle interfered as Michaels prepared to hit the superkick; after the bout, Michaels fought off both Hassan and Angle, eventually hitting the superkick on Hassan; moments later, Angle and Michaels had a stare down before Angle was escorted out of the arena

4/4/05; Los Angeles, CA; Staples Center
4/4/05 - included an opening in-ring segment in which Triple H cut a promo on Batista, saying the world title would eventually be his again; featured Randy Orton cutting a promo on his match against the Undertaker at WrestleMania, with Orton blaming a bad shoulder for his loss before challenging Batista to a world title shot; Eric Bischoff then came out and made the match official for later in the night; included a video recap of the Hassan / Eugene / Hulk Hogan segment from the previous night's WrestleMania; featured Shawn Michaels cutting an in-ring promo on his match the previous night against Kurt Angle in which Michaels asked the fans if they might want to see a rematch before Michaels was eventually interrupted and attacked by Muhammad Hassan & Daivari, with Michaels eventually being put in Hassan's Camel Clutch; included an in-ring promo by Simon Dean & Maven in which they insulted the LA crowd before Steve Austin came out, forced Dean to drink a beer, and attacked both men after Maven inadvertently caused Dean to spill his Simon System drink on Austin's shirt:
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin defeated Chris Jericho and Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) by pinning Jericho with a bulldog off the top at 7:30 as Jericho had the Walls of Jericho applied on Christian
WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus fought Christy Hemme (w/ Lita) to a no contest when the champion knocked Hemme out before the match with the Chick Kick; as the referee tended to Christy, Trish attacked the injured knee of Lita, putting her in a leg submission for several moments before leaving ringside
Chris Benoit pinned Edge with a roll up at 15:45 after Edge hit the corner while attempting the spear; after the bout, Edge threw Benoit into the steel ring steps before twice slamming a steel chair across Benoit's already injured left arm
World Heavyweight Champion Batista pinned Randy Orton with the spinebuster and sit-down powerbomb at 5:10; after the bout, Triple H came out on the stage and he and Batista had a staredown as the show came to a close

4/11/05; Moline, IL; Mark of the Quad
Raw - included a feature on Randy Orton's shoulder injury in which footage of his surgery was shown; during the segment, it was announced that Orton would be out 3-4 months:
Christy Hemme & Victoria defeated WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus & Molly Holly at 4:39 when Christy pinned Molly with a roll up after Molly accidentally hit a springboard elbow on Trish, knocking her off the ring apron; after the bout, Kane came ringside and scared Trish backstage as payback for her attack on Lita the previous week (Molly's last match in the WWE)
Triple H defeated the Hurricane & Rosey in a handicap match by pinning Hurricane with the Pedigree
Chris Masters defeated Seth Skyfire
Daivari pinned Shawn Michaels
Christian pinned Chris Benoit

4/18/05; New York City, NY; Madison Square Garden
4/18/05 - featured Jonathan Coachman doing guest commentary alongside Jerry Lawler; included an in-ring confrontation between Trish Stratus and Lita, where the crowd loudly and repeatedly chanted "You screwed Matt" towards Lita, before Kane eventually came out to stalk Trish; moments later, Viscera came out to make the save, assaulting Kane inside the ring as the crowd chanted "Let's go, Mabel"; featured Chris Masters challenging a fan out of the crowd by the name of Roman to escape his Masterlock full nelson, and if he succeeded he would win $1,000; Roman failed; included an in-ring promo from Christian, with Tyson Tomko, in which Christian was interrupted by Vince McMahon who then announced that in approximately a month a new draft would take place to shake up the rosters of Raw and Smackdown!; Christian later made mention of going to Smackdown! and facing John Cena saying, "I would kick Marky Mark's ass and take his WWE title because that's how I roll"; moments later, McMahon stated Christian would face Batista for the world title the next week on Raw (Vince's surprise return to TV following his injury sustained at the Royal Rumble):
Chris Benoit fought Edge to a no contest when the two men fought their way backstage at around the 4:50 mark; following the commercial break, the two fought their way into the Divas' locker room before Eric Bischoff had them separated and ordered a Last Man Standing match to take place at Backlash
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions William Regal & Tajiri defeated the Heart Throbs in a non-title match when Tajiri pinned Romeo at 4:41 with a modified sunset flip after Regal dropped Romeo throat-first across the top rope; after the bout, the champions were attacked from behind, with Tajiri eventually sustaining a double STO (the Heartthrobs' surprise Raw debut)
Shawn Michaels defeated Muhammad Hassan (w/ Daivari) via disqualification at 10:06 when Daivari, who was thrown into the ring moments earlier by Michaels, began stomping Michaels after Hassan hit the Flatliner; moments later, Hulk Hogan came out to make the save, with Hogan and Michaels eventually throwing both Hassan & Daivari from the ring before posing to "Real American" (Hogan's surprise return to MSG after an absence of 2 years)
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Simon Dean with the Exploder suplex in a non-title match at 3:17; prior to the bout, Chris Jericho came out and told Benjamin that he would get a title shot at Backlash, with Jericho then bringing out Rich Ward from Fozzy to help him perform Fozzy's latest single, "Shelton's a Little Bitch"; Jericho remained on the stage for the duration of the match
Jim Ross pinned Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) in a No DQ match at 11:33 after Batista interfered, beat down Flair, hit Triple H with a steel chair, and hit the Batista Bomb before placing JR on top of Triple H; earlier in the bout, Jerry Lawler came to the ring to check on JR but was also beaten down; Batista was to have been in JR's corner for the duration of the match but showed up late after Triple H paid off his limo driver to get lost

4/25/05; Birmingham, England; NEC Arena
4/25/05 - included an opening segment in which World Heavyweight Champion Batista came out and introduced Jim Ross, congratulating him on his victory over Triple H the previous week, with Triple H eventually coming out; to further goad Triple H, Batista said, that due to JR's victory, he should be the #1 contender instead and then repeatedly showed footage of JR pinning Triple H; the two men teased a face-to-face confrontation but Triple H eventually went backstage; featured Trish Stratus & Viscera on a date at the Brasshouse, with Viscera continuously hitting on Trish until she slapped him and said that he would only get something out of her if he did away with Kane at Backlash, then flashed him to give him a sneak preview as to what he would get; included an in-ring promo by Christian, with Tyson Tomko, in which Christian referred to John Cena as an Ali G rip-off before Kane came out and attacked Tomko while Christian left through the crowd; featured Chris Masters challenging a fan out of the crowd by the name of Andy Baker to escape his Masterlock full nelson, and if he succeeded he would win $1,000; Baker failed; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Shawn Michaels & Hulk Hogan regarding their tag team match at Backlash:
Chris Jericho defeated Sylvian Grenier (w/ Rob Conway) via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 3:01 after knocking Conway off the apron with a springboard dropkick; after the bout, Shelton Benjamin made the save for Jericho against Conway & Grenier; moments later, after Jericho told Benjamin off, Benjamin hit the Exploder suplex
Muhammad Hassan & Daivari defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions William Regal & Tajiri in a non-title match at around the 6-minute mark when Daivairi pinned Tajiri with a legdrop off the top after Hassan hit the Downward Spiral; the bout began during the commercial break; the match came about after Hassan & Daivari interrupted an in-ring party by the WWE Divas and the Daily Star girls regarding William Regal's upcoming autobiography; after the contest, Regal was double teamed and eventually locked in Hassan's Camel Clutch
Edge pinned Val Venis with the spear after avoiding a clothesline at 3:14; after the bout, Edge hit a DDT on Venis, applied the Sharpshooter, and the Crippler Crossface before Chris Benoit made the save
World Heavyweight Champion Batsita pinned Christian (w/ Triple H) in a non-title match at 12:31 with the sit-down powerbomb and then slapping guest referee Jonathan Coachman's hand to the mat three times after Coachman had been knocked out; Ric Flair was the gust time keeper; after the bout, Batista assaulted Flair but eventually sustained the Pedigree from Triple H as the show came to a close

5/2/05; Boston, MA; FleetCenter
5/2/05 - included the announcement by Eric Bischoff that the new #1 contender to the world title would be determined by a 8-man single elimination 'Gold Rush Tournament', which would begin later in the evening; featured an in-ring promo from Muhammad Hassan in which he complained about not being included in the Gold Rush Tournament, losing the tag match at Backlash, then blamed Daivari for the loss and ended up slapping and kicking him before the two men left ringside together; included a backstage interview with WWF IC Champion Shelton Benjamin in which Chris Jericho interrupted, with the two men showing their respect for one another after their match the night before; featured a tribute to the passing of Chris Candido; included a Happy Birthday wish from the WWE to the Rock; featured Chris Masters challenging a fan out of the crowd by the name of James DeFalco to escape his Masterlock full nelson, and if he succeeded he would win $4,000, a Boston Red Sox Kurt Schilling jersey, and a football autographed by Tom Brady; DeFalco failed:
Gold Rush Quarter Finals: Kane (w/ Lita) pinned Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) at 4:43 with the chokeslam after Christian collided with Tomko on the ring apron; after the bout, Christian went backstage while Tomko attempted to attack Kane but eventually sustained the chokeslam for his troubles
Viscera pinned Simon Dean with a splash at 1:32 after throwing Dean to the mat as he came off the top; prior to the bout, Viscera cut an in-ring promo on attacking Trish Stratus the previous night, then began hitting on Lilian Garcia until Simon Dean interrupted; after the bout, Viscera again hit on Lilian at ringside
Gold Rush Quarter Finals: Shawn Michaels pinned WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin in a non-title match at 14:44 after hitting the superkick as Benjamin attempted a springboard clothesline into the ring
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Hurricane & Rosey defeated Rob Conway & Sylvian Grenier at 3:39 when Hurricane pinned Grenier following the Samoan Drop / neckbreaker double team
Gold Rush Quarter Finals: Edge pinned Chris Jericho with the spear at 8:11, moments after hitting Jericho with the briefcase and following with a missile dropkick
Gold Rush Quarter Finals: Chris Benoit defeated Triple H (w/ Ric Flair) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 13:28 as Batista taunted Triple H from the floor; moments earlier, Benoit was double teamed in the ring by Triple H and Flair until Batsita made the save and laid out both men, eventually hitting the spinebuster on Triple H

5/9/05; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Wachovia Arena
5/9/05 - included Triple H cutting an in-ring promo to open the show in which he said Batista was afraid to grant him a title rematch; moments later, Batista came out, said he faced Triple H twice, he beat Triple H twice, and since Triple H was defeated in the first round of Gold Rush Tournament, perhaps he just wasn't good enough for a title shot; Triple H then left the arena as a way to prove that Batista could not succeed without him around; featured Mark Lloyd conducting an in-ring interview with Stacy Keibler regarding her being on the cover of 'Stuff' magazine; moments later, Simon Dean & Maven interrupted and insulted Stacy until the Hurricane & Rosey made the save; included Jonathan Coachman telling Eric Bischoff about the ECW One Night Stand pay-per-view, with Bischoff saying he will squash ECW just like he did when he was in WCW; featured the Raw premiere of John Cena's "Bad Bad Man" music video:
Chris Jericho defeated Daivari (w/ Muhammad Hassan) via submission with the Walls of Jericho at 2:32 after blocking an attempted hurricanrana off the top; prior to the bout, Daivari placed an open challenge to any wrestler as a way to put him back in the good graces of Hassan; after the bout, Hassan attacked Jericho from behind, hit the Flatliner, and applied the Camel Clutch until Shelton Benjamin made the save and cleared the ring of both Hassan and Daivari
Viscera pinned Sylvian Grenier with the Embalmer at 1:34; Rob Conway escorted Grenier to the ring before the match but left once the bout began; after the bout, Viscera stole a plate of nachos from a ringside fan, grabbed a microphone from ringside, and again hit on Lilian Garcia
Gold Rush Semi Finals: Kane (w/ Lita) pinned Chris Benoit with a blow from behind and the chokeslam at 9:20; moments prior to the finish, Benoit sustained a clothesline from behind on the floor as he attempted to help an injured Lita to her feet
Ric Flair pinned Tyson Tomko (sub. for Christian) (w/ Christian) with a low blow, roll up, and grabbing the tights for leverage at 1:21; prior to the bout, Christian cut a promo on the stage saying that Flair would have to go through Tomko first to get a shot at him; during the closing moments of the bout, Christian was ejected from ringside but was there long enough to see the match end
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin pinned Rob Conway in a non-title match with a springboard bulldog into the ring at 2:57; after the bout, Muhammad Hassan and Daivari attacked Benjamin on the stage, with Hassan eventually locking Benjamin in the Camel Clutch
Gold Rush Semi Finals: Edge pinned Shawn Michaels at around the 12-minute mark after hitting Michaels in the face with the briefcase as Michaels attempted a sunset flip into the ring (the bout began during the commercial break)

5/16/05; Omaha, NE; Qwest Center
5/16/05 - included Chris Masters offering anyone in attendance $6,000 and a free one-way ticket to anywhere in the US if they were able to break his full nelson; an unnamed fan in the crowd wearing a Batista t-shirt took him up on the challenge but failed; after the attempt, Steven Richards came out and made the save and brawled with Masters in and out of the ring, eventually grabbing a steel chair while Masters escaped ringside; featured a surprise in-ring promo from Randy Orton in which Orton blamed both the Undertaker and Batista for his shoulder injury and went on to state that because he was on the injured list, he was inelligable to be drafted; moments later, Vince McMahon came out and insulted Orton's appearance, stated that he was elligable for the draft, and went on to elaborate on the draft, saying it would begin on 6/6 in St. Louis and would last for a month; Vince then gave Orton a congratulatory slap to Orton's bad arm before leaving the ring:
Muhammad Hassan & Daivari defeated WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin & Chris Jericho at 6:02 when Hassan pinned Jericho with the Flatliner after Jericho hit a springboard dropkick on Daivari, knocking him off the ring apron; after the bout, a despondant Jericho walked off while Benjamin was still in the ring; later in the show, Benjamin tried to make sure Jericho was okay but, after mentioning his XM radio show, his weekly appearances on VH1, and his Fozzy sell out concerts, Jericho stated that with so much going on in his life, he wasn't that concerned over losing a wrestling match
Ric Flair pinned Christian (w/ Tyson Tomko) 3:25 with a roll over and holding the ropes for leverage, moments after Christian was caught grabbing the ropes during his cover; after the bout, Flair was double teamed by Christian and Tomko until Batsita made the save and hit the sit-down powerbomb on both men
Chris Benoit fought Tajiri to a no contest in an ECW Rules match at around the 3:30 mark when Jonathan Coachman and Eric Bischoff interrupted the bout, with Bischoff ordering the match to stop since he never sanctioned it, then going on to state that the mere mentioning of ECW would be banned from Raw and that if any fans brought ECW signs to TV they would be confiscated; Bischoff then stated that no Raw wrestlers would be allowed to work the ECW One Night Stand event and that he would personally lead a group of Raw volunteers to crash the pay-per-view
Christy Hemme pinned Candice Michelle at 1:12 in a lingerie pillow fight with a roll up out of the corner; after the bout, Viscera came out, with the two women leaving ringside, and hit on Lilian Garcia, eventually bringing her in the ring and having her sit on the bed; moments later, Viscera gave Lilian a key to his hotel room and invited her to stop by later on
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Hurricane & Rosey (w/ Stacy Keibler) defeated Maven & Simon Dean at 3:26 when Rosey pinned Maven following the neckbreaker / side slam double team
Gold Rush Tournament Finals: Edge pinned Kane (w/ Lita) at 14:22 by hitting him in the face with the briefcase as Kane came off the top, moments after Lita slid the briefcase into the ring for Edge to use; after the bout, Edge and Lita embraced and kissed on the stage as Kane looked on from inside the ring; due to pre-match stipulations, Edge earned a world title shot for the following week

5/23/05; Green Bay, WI; Resch Center
5/23/05:
Muhammad Hassan & Daivari defeated WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin in a handicap match
Chris Masters defeated Steven Richards
Chris Jericho defeated Sylvan Grenier
Chris Benoit defeated Tajiri
World Heavyweight Champion Batista pinned Edge (w/ Lita)

5/30/05; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome
5/30/05:
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Hurricane & Rosey defeated the Heart Throbs
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin defeated Sylvan Grenier & Rob Conway
Edge defeated Chris Benoit in a table match
Muhammad Hassan defeated World Heavyweight Champion Batista via disqualification

6/6/05; St. Louis, MO; Savvis Center
6/6/05 - included an opening segment in which Eric Bischoff announced backstage that a major player from Smackdown! had been picked as the #1 Raw draft pick; moments later, Chris Jericho introduced the superstar during the Highlight Reel, with WWE World Champion John Cena coming out; moments later, Christian & Tyson Tomko came out to interrupt; after Cena and Christian had words, Cena fought off both men, eventually hitting the FU on Tomko after throwing Christian to the floor (Cena's Raw debut); featured a backstage segment with William Regal, Tajiri, and Chris Benoit in which Regal said he would be part of the anti-ECW group and made Tajiri choose to either be with him or against him; Tajiri chose to stick with ECW; included the in-ring contract signing between Triple H and World Heavyweight Champion Batista for the Hell in a Cell match at Vengeance; during the segment, Eric Bischoff said that even if either man was drafted to Smackdown! before the pay-per-view, the match would still take place; prior to the signing, Triple H showed a video montage of his Hell in a Cell victories on the big screen; Ace Steel and Jimmy Jacobs played the role of two police officers during the segment; featured Eric Bischoff meeting with John Cena backstage in which he said Cena & Jericho would face Christian & Tomko the following week; Bischoff then asked Cena to be a part of the anti-ECW movement but Cena turned down the offer; included Edge coming out on the stage and cutting a promo on Kane, while Kane was in the ring, saying that they would face each other at Vengeance; moments later, Lita came out and said that maybe after Edge beats Kane in Vegas, Lita and Edge might go find an all night chapel; featured a closing segment in which Eric Bischoff, Edge, Christian, and Tyson Tomko came out, with Bischoff calling Paul Heyman out; after Heyman & the Dudleyz came out of the crowd, Maven, Rob Conway, Jonathan Coachman, Sylvian Grenier, Simon Dean, and Gene Snitsky came out to corner them; to counter the WWE wrestlers, Heyman had Tommy Dremer, the Sandman, Rhyno, Balls Mahony, and Axl Rotten come from the crowd, with a giant brawl taking place and the ECW group dominating:
WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin defeated Muhammad Hassan & Daivari in a handicap match at 9:46 by pinning Daivari with the Exploder suplex after throwing Hassan to the floor; the IC title was on the line in the bout; Hassan originally won the match and title at 1:53 with the Flatliner but referee Jack Doan had the contest continue after realizing Benjamin's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover; after the commercial break, Hassan confronted Bischoff backstage, with Bischoff saying that next week a one-man committee would be on Raw next week to address Hassan's issues; Hassan assumed it was Vince McMahon but Bischoff told him it would be Stone Cold Steve Austin
Chris Masters defeated Val Venis via submission with the full nelson at 4:05 after shoving Venis backwards off the middle turnbuckle
Victoria & the Heart Throbs defeated Christy Hemme, WWE Raw Tag Team Champions the Hurricane & Rosey (w/ Stacy Keibler) via disqualification at 3:03 when Christy refused to stop choking Victoria; after the bout, Christy tackled her through the ropes and to the floor and began choking Victoria again until she was pulled off by Hurricane & Rosey
Kane pinned Simon Dean (this bout took place during the commercial break and was not mentioned on TV)
Chris Benoit pinned Gene Snitsky with the diving headbutt at around the 6-minute mark after the Dudley Boyz came out of the crowd and put Snitsky through a table with the 3D; after the commercial break, the Dudleyz and Paul Heyman were arrested backstage until Jonathan Coachman was convinced to release them so they could meet Bischoff's challenge later in the night (the pinfall took place during the commercial break) (the Dudleyz' surprise return after being off TV for 9 months)

6/13/05; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena
6/13/05:
Muhammad Hassan defeated WWE IC Champion Shelton Benjamin via disqualification
WWE World Champion John Cena & Chris Jericho defeated Christian & Tyson Tomko
Viscera defeated Maven
Kane defeated Sylvian Grenier
Kane defeated Edge via disqualification
World Heavyweight Champion Batista defeated Triple H

6/20/05; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena
6/20/05 - included an opening segment in which WWE World Champion John Cena cut an in-ring promo on Chris Jericho and Christian, then challenged them to come out; moments later, Muhammad Hassan and Daivari came to the ring instead, with Cena eventually challenging Hassan to a match; Eric Bischoff then came out to make the match official; featured the wedding of Edge & Lita in which Gene Snitsky came out to read a poem, entitled "It's Not My Fault"; during the ceremony, when the reverend asked if anyone objected to the wedding, Matt Hardy's entrance video played on the big screen but it was soon revealed that it was simply a hoax done by Edge & Lita themselves; moments later, Kane came up from under the ring, with Edge soon carrying Lita to safety while Kane hit the tombstone on the reverend; included a backstage interview with Christy Hemme in which Victoria smashed a glass object over her head, causing Christy to bleed from the back of the head; featured a video package on the 8 finalists in the 2005 Diva Search:
Carlito Caribbean Cool (mystery opponent) pinned WWE IC Champ