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WWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING (1985-93)

Before there was Monday Night Raw or Friday Night Smackdown!, there was Prime Time Wrestling. For 8 years, the USA Network aired PTW and its weekly offering of high-calibre matches taped across the country.

This is a detailed listing of each and every episode over the show's 8-year run. Richard Land has volunteered to compile the list from information already found in the yearly results section. Be sure to e-mail him with corrections or additions.

As with every aspect of the website, this is a work in progress.

1985


1/1/85 - debut episode; hosted by Jack Reynolds & Jesse Ventura:
- David Schultz pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 4:02 with a suplex (10/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Afa fought WWF Tag Team Champion Dick Murdoch to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:15; after the bout, Afa cleared Murdoch from the ring after Murdoch challenged Afa to 5 more minutes (10/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Mad Dog Vachon pinned Rick McGraw at 7:24 with a piledriver (10/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- David Sammartino pinned Moondog Spot at 12:23 after reversing a powerslam attempt into a small package; after the bout, Spot attacked Sammartino but David grabbed Spot's bone away with Spot quickly leaving ringside (10/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Tito Santana via disqualification at 5:52 when Santana threw the referee across the ring (10/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Sika defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Adrian Adonis via disqualification at 9:29 when Adonis accidentally hit the referee after putting a foreign object on his hand (10/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) pinned Tony Garea at 5:20 with a running kneelift (10/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 7:38 with a lariat; after the bout, Studd backed out of Hogan's challenge to attempt to bodyslam Studd for $15,000; pre-match stipulations stated that Hogan could lose the title via count-out (10/22/84; Madison Square Garden)

1/8/85:
- Bobby Heenan pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 8:56 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and punching Bellomo in the face (Best of the WWF Vol. 14) (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Angelo Mosca defeated Mr. Fuji via disqualification at 8:01 when Fuji threw salt into Mosca's eyes as Fuji was caught in the sleeper (Mosca's MSG return after more than 3 years; his final MSG appearance) (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Swede Hanson at 8:51 with a reverse splash off the top (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) fought the Tonga Kid (w/ Jimmy Snuka) to a double disqualification at 7:03 when both Snuka and Orton interfered; after the bout, Snuka and Tonga cleared the ring (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Barry Windham pinned Moondog Rex at 12:11 with the bulldog (Windham's MSG debut) (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)
- David Sammartino (w/ Bruno Sammartino) defeated Ken Patera (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) via disqualification at 12:24 when Albano tripped David from the outside; after the bout, Bruno chased Albano in and out of the ring (Bruno's MSG return after a 4-year absence) (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)

1/15/85:

1/22/85 - included a live Piper's Pit in which two fans - Jack Baker from NJ and Rosemary from Westchester were featured as guests; Salvatore Bellomo then came out, as a replacement for the injured Junkyard Dog; moments later, Paul Orndorff came out, with he, Orton, and Piper eventually shoving Bellomo around until JYD came out to make the save with his chain (12/10/84; Meadowlands Arena):
- Jimmy Snuka fought Bob Orton Jr. to a double count-out at 2:33 when both men began brawling on the floor; after the bout, Orton threw referee Dick Kroll to the floor and attempted the superplex on Snuka but was knocked off the top following a headbutt; Snuka then attempted the splash off the top but Orton rolled out of the ring before Snuka came off the top (12/10/84; Meadowlands Arena)
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Velvet McIntyre & Desiree Peterson defeated Penny Mitchell & Peggy Peterson at 17:17 when McIntyre pinned Patterson with a sunset flip (12/10/84; Meadowlands Arena)
- The Junkyard Dog pinned Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 17:35 after reversing a powerslam attempt into a cradle; after the bout, Orndorff rammed JYD's head into the ringpost, busting him open, before further attacking him with a steel chair (12/10/84; Meadowlands Arena)

1/29/85:

2/5/85:
- Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) pinned Samula at 12:45 with a running kneelift (11/10/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- David Sammartino pinned Charlie Fulton at 7:04 with a powerslam (11/10/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Andre the Giant fought Big John Studd (sub. for Kamala) (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a double count-out at 8:20 when both men began brawling on the floor (11/10/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)

2/12/85:

2/19/85:
- World Martial Arts Champion Antonio Inoki pinned David Schultz at 5:16 with an enzuiguri (Schultz and Inoki's last MSG appearance) (12/28/84; Madison Square Garden)
- The Cobra pinned the Black Tiger to win the vacant WWF Jr. Heavyweight Title at 12:29 with a tombstone and senton bomb off the top; after the bout, the Black Tiger attacked the Cobra after Cobra offered to shake hands; moments later, the Cobra retaliated by hitting Tiger with a steel chair (Best of the WWF Vol. 1) (12/28/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka & the Tonga Kid fought Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. to a double disqualification at 14:58 when all four men began brawling in the ring and Snuka shoved the referee to the mat; after the bout, Snuka & Tonga cleared the ring of the opposition (Rowdy Roddy Piper's Greatest Hits) (12/28/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Barry Windham pinned Mr. Fuji at the 19-second mark with a bulldog (12/28/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Mike Rotundo pinned Rene Goulet at 10:38 with an airplane spin (12/28/84; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 3:31 with a powerslam and the legdrop (12/28/84; Madison Square Garden)

2/26/85:
- Mr. Fuji pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 8:13 with a reverse diving headbutt (12/1/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Bob Orton Jr. fought Mike Rotundo to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:12; Orton hit the superplex just before the bell rang (12/1/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Iron Sheik defeated Dave Barbie (sub. for an injured David Sammartino) via submission at 2:43 with the Camel Clutch; prior to the bout, Sammartino was introduced to the crowd and fought off an attack from behind by Sheik (12/1/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Ken Patera defeated Jose Rivera via submission with the full nelson at 6:20; after the bout, Patera applied the swinging full nelson (12/1/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Gama Singh pinned Johnny Rodz at 11:17 with a missile dropkick (12/1/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter pinned Judy Martin with a lariat (12/1/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) via disqualification at 6:28 when Johnny interfered (12/1/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Cyndi Lauper) defeated Roddy Piper (w/ Bob Orton Jr.) via disqualification at 7:40 after Paul Orndorff, who came ringside midway through the contest, joined Piper in attacking the champion after the referee was knocked out; moments later, as Piper and Orndorff prepared to knock Cyndi Lauper off the ring apron, Mr. T - who was sitting ringside for the event - came out of his seat and into the ring where he and Hogan faced off against Piper and Orndorff until officials and police swarmed the ring; prior to the bout, Piper came to the ring wearing a Hulk Hogan t-shirt and smashed a guitar in the ring to show what he thought of rock ‘n’ roll; after the match, Hogan celebrated in the ring with Mr. T, Albano, and Lauper; Bob Costas introduced the participants prior to the contest (Rowdy Roddy Piper's Greatest Hits, The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s, Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology) (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)

3/5/85:
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Swede Hanson at 10:54 with the tombstone; prior to the bout, Pedro Morales was introduced to the crowd (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Neidhart pinned Tony Garea with a powerslam at 12:05 (Neidhart's MSG debut) (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart defeated Rene Goulet via submission with a sleeper at 14:32 (Hart's MSG debut) (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant defeated Ken Patera (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification when Heenan came off the top onto Andre, hitting him with a pair of brass knuckles and causing the referee to be knocked down; moments later, Patera came off the top onto Andre, with Andre lifting his boot into Patera's face before sending both men out of the ring (Andre the Giant VHS, Andre the Giant DVD) (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned George Wells at 7:19 with a backbreaker; the referee made an obvious fast count to end the match (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Spoiler pinned Rick McGraw at 8:59 with a butterfly suplex (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Leilani Kai (w/ the Fabulous Moolah) pinned WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper & David Wolff) with a roll up to win the title at 11:49 after Moolah hit the champion with a forearm to the face as Richter was trying to help Lauper on the floor after she was attacked by Moolah; after the bout, Richter and Lauper scared Moolah and Kai from the ring (The Best of the WWF Vol. 5) (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)

3/12/85:
- Rick McGraw pinned Johnny Rodz with a reverse crossbody off the top (1/12/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Spoiler (w/ Johnny V) fought George Wells to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 18:13; prior to the match, Johnny V took the mic and questioned the ring announcer and referee as to whether they knew who he was since he was not introduced alongside the Spoiler; after the bout, the Spoiler continued to attack Wells (1/12/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 6:16 with a running kneelift (1/12/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- David Sammartino (w/ Bruno Sammartino) defeated Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 10:15 when Heenan tripped David from the floor; after the bout, Bruno attacked both Heenan and Orndorff until he was double teamed, with David then making the save; the ring announcer mistakenly referred to the decision as a double disqualification (1/12/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch defeated Jack & Jerry Brisco when Adonis pinned Jack after Murdoch hit Jack with a chair behind the referee's back as he had the figure-4 applied on Adonis (1/12/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Don Muraco pinned Swede Hanson at 3:02 with a powerslam (1/12/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. fought Jimmy Snuka & Tony Atlas (sub. for the Tonga Kid) to a double count-out when both teams brawled their way backstage (1/12/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)

3/19/85:
- Rick McGraw fought Moondog Spot to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 14:32 as McGraw had Spot covered with a superplex (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Johnny Rodz pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 11:14 with a diving headbutt after Rivera missed a back elbow drop from the middle rope (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Rene Goulet via submission with a bearhug at 7:29; after the bout, Goulet had a verbal confrontation with Mr. T, who was sitting in the front row, until T jumped the guard rail and scared Goulet backstage (Hillbilly's MSG debut) (Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Smallest, Wrestling's Country Boys) (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- David Sammartino pinned Moondog Rex at 12:27 with a powerslam (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Swede Hanson at 5:48 after picking Hanson up and dropping him to the mat (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Orndorff pinned Tony Atlas at 6:08 with a German suplex into a bridge (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated the Spoiler & the Assassin at the 36-second mark when Windham pinned the Assassin with a bulldog (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 2:41 with the tombstone (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Bob Orton Jr. at 9:59 with a sunset flip into the ring after punching Orton’s injured left arm; moments prior to the finish, Orton seriously injured the arm after a missed charge resulted in Orton hitting the steel ring post (The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s) (2/18/85; Madison Square Garden)

3/26/85:
- Moondog Rex pinned Tony Garea at 10:38 after reversing Garea's powerslam attempt into an inside cradle (2/16/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- AJ Petruzzi pinned Jim Powers at 3:16 with a reverse neckbreaker (2/16/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Swede Hanson pinned Charlie Fulton at 3:27 with a splash (2/16/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned George Wells at 6:10 after Wells failed a running shoulder tackle and hit the corner (2/16/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF Tag Team Champion Barry Windham pinned Dick Murdoch at 13:38 after reversing a powerslam attempt from the apron to the ring into an inside cradle; after the bout, Murdoch attacked Windham with the microphone (2/16/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Bruno & David Sammartino defeated Paul Orndorff & Bobby Heenan via disqualification at 11:39 when Orndorff attacked Bruno with a stool as Sammartino had a bearhug applied on Heenan; after the bout, Orndorff choked Bruno with the stool until David made the save (Bruno's first match following his retirement 10/9/81 in Tokyo) (2/16/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF Tag Team Champion Mike Rotundo pinned Mr. X (sub. for Adrian Adonis) at 5:35 with an airplane spin (2/16/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Tony Atlas pinned Moondog Spot at 7:40 with a gorilla press slam (2/16/85; Philadelphia Spectrum)

4/2/85:

4/9/85:
- Rocky Johnson pinned Charlie Fulton at 3:51 with a sunset flip (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Barry O pinned Rene Goulet at 8:50 with a small package (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned SD Jones at 6:52 with a powerslam (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 2:30 with the Avalanche and an elbow drop (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated George Wells & Bret Hart at 8:45 when Sheik pinned Wells with an elbow drop after a kick to the face (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- David Sammartino pinned Matt Borne at 8:36 by reversing a powerslam into a cradle (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Terry Gibbs at 4:36 with a crossbody off the top (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tito Santana at 10:22 in a lumberjack match after both men collided and the champion fell on top for the win; lumberjacks included King Kong Bundy, Big John Studd, the Junkyard Dog, Barry O, Matt Borne, Ricky Steamboat, Jimmy Snuka, Rocky Johnson, Charlie Fulton, and Terry Gibbs (The WWF's Most Unusual Matches, The Greatest Wrestling Stars of the 80s) (3/17/85; Madison Square Garden)

4/17/85:
- Brutus Beefcake pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 9:56 with a powerslam after catching Bellomo in a crossbody off the top (Beefcake's MSG debut) (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Chief Jay Strongbow at 6:48 with an elbow drop after ramming Strongbow into the corner as he had the sleeper applied (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine defeated Jose Luis Rivera via submission with the figure-4 at 7:19; after the bout, Valentine reapplied the hold (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Big John Studd (sub. for Jesse Ventura) (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out at 11:09 when Heenan helped shove the challenger back inside the ring after Studd and Hogan began brawling on the floor; after the bout, Studd & Heenan left ringside with the world title belt (Heenan's surprise debut) (Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology)
(9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Ken Patera defeated Rick McGraw via submission with the full nelson at 7:40 (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- B. Brian Blair defeated Iron Mike Sharpe via disqualification at 19:46 after Sharpe hit the referee; after the match, Sharpe continued to attack Blair until Blair cleared him from the ring (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham to win the titles when Volkoff pinned Windham after Sheik hit Windham in the back with Blassie's cane (Tag Team Champions) (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)

4/23/85:
- Rene Goulet pinned Nick DeCarlo with a claw hold at 11:16 (10/21/84; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- David Sammartino pinned Moondog Rex at 11:28 with an inside cradle (10/21/84; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine pinned SD Jones (sub. for Samula) at 9:02 with a back suplex (10/21/84; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Rocky Johnson at 8:06 after dropping him throat-first across the top rope (10/21/84; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Angelo Mosca pinned the Iron Sheik at 6:40 after Sheik jumped into the ropes when Mosca moved out of the way (10/21/84; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Bobby Bass & Goldie Rogers at 9:31 when Dynamite pinned Bass with a diving headbutt from Rogers' shoulder, held in a fireman's carry by Smith (10/21/84; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Wendi Richter (w/ Cyndi Lauper) pinned WWF Women's Champion Lelani Kai (w/ the Fabulous Moolah) to win the title (Amazing Managers) (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)

5/1/85:

5/8/85:
- Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Rick McGraw at 7:47 with a powerslam (4/21/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Don Muraco pinned Steve Lombardi at 6:09 with the tombstone (4/21/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Ivan Putski pinned Jerry Valiant at 5:23 with the Polish Hammer (4/21/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bret Hart (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned George Wells at 9:11 with a reverse roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage (4/21/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Davey Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Moondog Spot & Barry O at 16:31 when Dynamite pinned Barry O with a diving headbutt after being thrown by Smith (4/21/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Ricky Steamboat & Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) & Brutus Beefcake at 15:31 when Valentine submitted to Santana's figure-4 after Santana avoided an atomic drop, grabbed Valentine's leg, and applied the hold; after the bout, Steamboat fought Beefcake all the way backstage (Best of the WWF Vol. 4) (4/21/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Swede Hanson with an elbow drop following the Avalanche in the corner at 4:27 (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)

5/15/85:
- The Cobra defeated Barry O (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Rene Goulet & Johnny Rodz (sub. for Buddy Rose) when Dynamite pinned Rodz with a diving headbutt off Goulet's back, who was held in a fireman's carry by Smith (Best of the WWF Vol. 3) (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Moondog Spot (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Don Muraco defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan via count-out (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Mike Rotundo defeated WWF Tag Team Champion the Iron Sheik (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Barry Windham (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) via disqualification at 12:11 when the Iron Sheik interfered; after the bout, Mike Rotundo made the save (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)

5/21/85:

5/28/85:
- Ricky Steamboat, Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated George Steele, WWF Tag Team Champions Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) at around 6:30 when Windham pinned Steele with a roll up from behind after Sheik & Volkoff refused to be tagged by their partner; after the bout, Steele fought off an attack from the tag team champions, scaring them from ringside, until he was consoled by Albano in the ring (Saturday Night's Main Event - 5/10/85; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)
- Rene Goulet pinned Bob Bradley at 11:17 with a claw hold (10/13/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Ron Shaw pinned Steve Lombardi at 9:38 with a sunset flip (10/13/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Moondog Rex pinned Dave Barbie with an elbow drop at 3:30 (10/13/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- David Sammartino pinned Moondog Spot at 11:34 with a small package (10/13/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 10:40 with a running kneelift (10/13/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Ken Patera pinned Tony Garea at 6:33 with a roll up after Garea hit the ringpost shoulder-first (10/13/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine pinned SD Jones in a non-title match with a back suplex at 4:44 (10/13/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) (sub. for Jesse Ventura) with a clothesline even though Studd clearly kicked out before the 3-count; after the bout, Hogan attempted to slam Studd but Studd escaped to the floor (10/13/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)

6/4/85:
- Rocky Johnson pinned Rene Goulet (Johnson's last MSG appearance) (5/20/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Neidhart pinned Ivan Putski at 6:04 after reversing a powerslam attempt from the apron into a small package and grabbing the tights for leverage (5/20/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Pedro Morales defeated Terry Gibbs via submission with the Boston Crab (5/20/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart pinned Rick McGraw (5/20/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Ken Patera pinned Tony Atlas (Patera's last MSG appearance for 2 years) (5/20/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Missing Link (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned SD Jones at 1:55 with a diving headbutt off the top; prior to the bout, Heenan cut an in-ring promo saying his man would be the one to beat Hulk Hogan (Link's debut) (5/20/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Jesse Ventura pinned Tony Garea at 10:31 with an elbow drop after causing Garea to hit the corner face-first (Best of the WWF Vol. 19) (5/20/85; Madison Square Garden)

6/11/85:
- Joey War Eagle fought Johnny V to a double count-out at 12:31 when both men began brawling on the floor (5/26/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- George Steele defeated Matt Borne via submission with the flying hammerlock at 5:05 (5/26/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Barry O pinned Don Kolov at 8:45 with a forearm from the middle turnbuckle following a running powerslam (5/26/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bob Orton Jr. defeated Jimmy Snuka via count-out at 10:11 when Snuka knocked Orton back inside the ring just before the referee's 10-count; after the match, Snuka cleared Orton from the ring (5/26/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Paul Orndorff defeated Ken Patera (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 10:33 when Bob Orton Jr. interfered; after the bout, Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo made the save for Orndorff (5/26/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF Women's Champion Wendi Richter pinned the Fabulous Moolah at 12:41 after reversing a powerslam from the apron into an inside cradle (5/26/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff via count-out at 12:42 when the champions left ringside; there were two referees for the match (5/26/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)

6/18/85:
- Moondog Spot pinned Salvatore Bellomo with a shoulderbreaker at 7:43 (5/18/85; Boston Garden)
- Swede Hanson pinned Steve Lombardi with a splash (5/18/85; Boston Garden)
- Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Rocky Johnson at 4:09 when Studd grabbed onto the ring ropes to prevent a bodyslam, with him then falling on top of Johnson for the win (5/18/85; Boston Garden)
- Tito Santana defeated Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) via count-out at 12:52 as both men were fighting on the floor (5/18/85; Boston Garden)
- Ken Patera (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Garea with an elbow drop after running Garea into the corner (5/18/85; Boston Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine pinned the Junkyard Dog at 10:33 by reversing a powerslam attempt into a small package (5/18/85; Boston Garden)
- Ivan Putski pinned Barry O at 3:53 with the Polish Hammer (5/18/85; Boston Garden)

6/25/85:
- Tiger Chung Lee pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 8:29 when the momentum of a crossbody by Rivera put Lee on top (5/5/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Terry Daniels pinned Rene Goulet at 7:35 after reversing Goulet's powerslam into a cover (5/5/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Rocky Johnson pinned Samula at 7:27 with a sunset flip (5/5/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Haiti Kid & Tiger Jackson defeated Pancho Boy & Dana Carpenter when Haiti pinned Carpenter at 5:10 after being rolled on top by Jackson (1/21/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Tony Garea pinned Israel Matia with a crossbody at 7:44 (6/2/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Salvatore Bellomo pinned Ron Shaw at 6:43 with a sunset flip into the ring (6/2/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Gamma Singh pinned Dave Barbie with a missile dropkick at 5:46 (8/4/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan fought the Iron Sheik to a double count-out at 10:47 after Hogan began attacking the challenger on the floor with Sheik's own boot, cutting him open, after Sheik did the same thing to the champion earlier in the match; after the bout, Hogan continued attacking the challenger inside the ring with the boot until he was pulled away by several wrestlers ('The Hulkster' Hulk Hogan) (5/5/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)

7/2/85:
- Lanny Poffo pinned Terry Gibbs at 6:34 with a moonsault (Poffo's MSG debut) (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Tony Atlas pinned Matt Borne at 7:02 with a press slam / splash combo (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Brunzell pinned Moondog Spot with a dropkick at 12:22 (Brunzell's MSG debut) (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Randy Savage pinned Rick McGraw at 12:51 with the flying elbowdrop; after the bout, Savage threw McGraw to the floor (Savage's MSG debut) (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Desiree Peterson pinned Judy Martin with a roll up into a bridge at 16:05 (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Garea at 6:17 following the Avalanche (Best of the WWF Vol. 3, Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Smallest) (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at 14:20 when the champion was unable to get back into the ring after an enzuiguri from the challenger knocked him to the floor; after the bout, Steamboat cleared both Valentine and Hart from the ring (Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat) (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

7/9/85:

7/16/85 - hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse Ventura:
- Jose Luis Rivera pinned Tony Colon with a sunset flip at 2:40 (6/2/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Salvatore Bellomo pinned Miguel Feliciano with a mule kick (3/31/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Tony Garea pinned Butcher Vachon with a sunset flip (10/22/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Tiger Chung Lee pinned SD Jones (10/22/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) to win the titles at 3:13 when Rotundo pinned Sheik after both Volkoff and Windham reversed the pin position behind the referee's back (Tag Team Champions) (Championship Wrestling - 6/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Swede Hanson after hitting him with his loaded forearm support; after the bout, Sharpe returned to the ring but was attacked by Hanson who removed Sharpe's forearm support to reveal a foreign object inside (10/22/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Jimmy Snuka (w/ Buddy Rogers) defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco via disqualification in a Fijian strap match when the champion took off the strap and began whipping Snuka with it (10/22/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)

7/23/85:
- Steve Lombardi defeated Jack Armstrong via submission with a Boston Crab at 7:31; prior to the bout, the ring announcer mistakingly introduced Armstrong as Jack Savage (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- Lanny Poffo pinned Barry O with a moonsault at 12:02 (Poffo's Boston debut) (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- George Steele pinned Moondog Spot at 4:20 after hitting him with a foreign object (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- Randy Savage pinned SD Jones at 7:23 with the flying elbowsmash (Savage's Boston debut) (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- The Missing Link pinned Tony Garea with a diving headbutt from the middle turnbuckle at 3:01; prior to the bout, Link was escorted to the ring by Bobby Heenan (Link's Boston debut) (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- Adrian Adonis pinned Swede Hanson with an elbow drop off the top at 6:39 (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- Desiree Peterson pinned Judy Martin at 9:13 with a crossbody, moments after Martin threw her opponent onto the lap of Gorilla Monsoon at ringside, who then placed Peterson back inside the ring (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a steel cage match to win the title at 10:25 by escaping over the top and kicking the door in Valentine's face before hitting the floor (History of the Intercontinental Title; Inside the Steel Cage, Grudge Matches, WWE Hall of Fame 2004) (7/6/85; Baltimore, MD; Civic Center)

7/30/85:
- Ivan Putski pinned Moondog Spot with the Polish Hammer (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Adrian Adonis pinned Jose Luis Rivera with the DDT (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 14:40 when Orton came off the top with his arm cast; after the bout, Orton attempted to attack JYD a second time with the cast but he left the ring after JYD avoided the attack (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Swede Hanson with an elbow drop after kicking him in the face with a loaded boot (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) fought Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) to a double count-out at 4:18 after Steele left the ring to confront Blassie on the floor, after Blassie assaulted Albano with his cane, which led to a brawl with Steele & Albano against Volkoff & Blassie (Amazing Managers) (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid fought Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a curfew draw at 13:12 (Best of the WWF Vol. 3, The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be) (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Terry Funk defeated Lanny Poffo via submission at 13:02 with a sleeper hold; prior to the bout, Funk chased ring attendant Mel Phillips away from ringside after refusing to give him his ring gear and cowboy hat; after the bout, Funk branded Poffo (Best of the WWF Vol. 6) (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)

8/6/85:
- Randy Savage pinned George Wells at 10:45 after reversing Wells' suplex attempt into a small package (7/20/85; Capital Centre)
- Jim Brunzell pinned Barry O with a dropkick (7/20/85; Capital Centre)
- Uncle Elmer pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 2:51 with a legdrop (Wrestling's Country Boys) (7/20/85; Capital Centre)
- B. Brian Blair pinned Moondog Spot with a sunset flip off the top at 15:09 (7/20/85; Capital Centre)
- Salvatore Bellomo pinned Ron Shaw with a crossbody off the top (7/20/85; Capital Centre)
- Big John Studd pinned Lanny Poffo at 4:40 with an elbow drop after Poffo missed a dropkick (7/20/85; Capital Centre)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 14:51 when Orton came off the top using his arm cast as a weapon; after the bout, Steamboat cleared Orton from the ring after he attempted to attack Steamboat a second time with the cast (Best of the WWF Vol. 3) (7/20/85; Capital Centre)

8/13/85:
- Pedro Morales defeated Rene Goulet (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) pinned George Wells (7/13/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Matt Borne (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Missing Link (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 1:42 with a headbutt off the middle turnbuckle (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at 8:02 when Valentine and Hart left ringside moments after the champion thought he had won the match but the referee overruled the decision since Hart held down JYD's legs during the cover (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- B. Brian Blair defeated Barry O via submission with a sleeper at 8:13 (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Rick McGraw (sub. for Don Muraco) fought Salvatore Bellomo to a time-limit draw at 18:07 (8/25/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Adrian Adonis (sub. for Ken Patera), Big John Studd, & Bobby Heenan defeated George Steele, WWF Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo via disqualification at 9:59 when Steele hit referee Dick Kroll with a chair after chasing Heenan around ringside with it (Best of the WWF Vol. 3) (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

8/20/85:
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Brian Madden with the tombstone at 5:15; after the bout, Muraco further attacked his opponent and threw him to the floor (8/10/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Mad Dog Vachon pinned Lenny Keane with a piledriver; after the bout, Vachon continued to assault his opponent (Mad Dog's debut) (6/15/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Brutus Beefcake pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 9:56 with a powerslam after catching Bellomo in a crossbody off the top (Beefcake's MSG debut) (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine defeated Jose Luis Rivera via submission with the figure-4 at 7:19; after the bout, Valentine reapplied the hold (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Jesse Ventura defeated Billy Travis (6/15/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Chief Jay Strongbow at 6:48 with an elbow drop after ramming Strongbow into the corner as he had the sleeper applied (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant pinned Alexis Smirnoff at 5:17 with a boot to the face and a sit-down splash (6/15/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- B. Brian Blair defeated Iron Mike Sharpe via disqualification at 19:46 after Sharpe hit the referee; after the match, Sharpe continued to attack Blair until Blair cleared him from the ring (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog pinned Max Blue at 4:17 with the powerslam (JYD's debut) (8/10/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)

9/10/85:
- Paul Roma pinned Charlie Fulton at 10:45 with a sunset flip into the ring (8/10/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Lanny Poffo fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a 20-minute time-limit draw (8/10/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Missing Link (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Garea at 4:09 with a headbutt from the middle rope (8/10/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Tony Atlas pinned Les Thornton at 11:32 with a press slam and splash (8/10/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Randy Savage pinned Jose Luis Rivera (sub. for George Wells who had an eye injury) at 16:14 with the flying elbowsmash (8/10/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) in a $15,000 bodyslam match; after the bout, Andre began throwing the money into the crowd until Heenan returned ringside to grab as much as he could; had Andre been unsuccessful in slamming Studd, he would have been forced to retire (Andre the Giant VHS, Andre the Giant DVD) (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)

9/17/85:
- George Steele pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 4:37 after hitting him with a foreign object (8/3/85; Boston Garden)
- Terry Funk defeated Rick McGraw via submission with the sleeper at 13:40; after the bout, Funk branded McGraw; moments later, McGraw attempted to attack Funk with the branding iron but Funk was able to escape the ring (8/3/85; Boston Garden)
- Les Thornton pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 12:34 by grabbing the tights for leverage after the momentum of a crossbody by Rivera from the middle turnbuckle put Thornton on top (8/3/85; Boston Garden)
- Pedro Morales defeated Mr. X via submission with the Boston Crab at 7:49 (8/3/85; Boston Garden)
- Randy Savage pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 9:17 with the flying elbowsmash (8/3/85; Boston Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake pinned George Wells at 10:20 with a running kneelift to the back after Wells missled a tackle in the corner (8/3/85; Boston Garden)

9/24/85:
- Johnny V pinned Steve Lombardi at 5:04 with a clothesline and elbow drop; after the bout, Johnny V threw his opponent out to the floor (Amazing Managers) (8/17/85; Capital Centre)
- Adrian Adonis pinned Tony Garea at 9:57 with the DDT (8/17/85; Capital Centre)
- Terry Funk defeated Salvatore Bellomo via submission with the sleeper at 10:47; after the bout, Funk branded his opponent (8/17/85; Capital Centre)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Swede Hanson & Lanny Poffo at 10:37 when Bret pinned Hanson after Neidhart hit a clothesline to the back of the head (8/17/85; Capital Centre)
- Randy Savage pinned Rick McGraw at 9:16 with the flying elbowsmash (8/17/85; Capital Centre)
- Cousin Junior (w/ Hillbilly Jim) pinned Moondog Spot at 12:46 with a mule kick after Spot was distracted by Jim on the floor (Wrestling's Country Boys) (8/17/85; Capital Centre)

10/1/85:
- Adrian Adonis pinned Lanny Poffo with the DDT (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Dino Bravo pinned Richard Charland with a back suplex (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Randy Savage pinned Bob Marcus with the flying elbowsmash (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- King Kong Bundy pinned Jose Luis Rivera with the Avalanche (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Cousin Junior (w/ Hillbilly Jim) pinned Tito Senza with a mule kick (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 9:05 when Neidhart pinned Blair after Bret hit Blair with a foreign object while he had the sleeper applied on Neidhart, with Neidhart then falling backwards onto Blair for the win (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Rick McGraw pinned Ted Grizzly (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 13:01 when King Kong Bundy interfered after Studd sustained a bodyslam and Andre was about to cut Studd's hair; after the contest, Andre was beaten down by Bundy and Big John Studd, sustaining four splashes from Bundy that were credited with breaking Andre's sternum; as Bundy prepared for a fifth splash, several wrestlers came out to clear the ring (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)

10/8/85:
- Don Muraco pinned Steve Gatorwolf with a forearm from the middle turnbuckle (9/14/85; Capital Centre)
- Cousin Junior (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Adrian Adonis via disqualification at 6:38 after Junior became tied up in the ring ropes and Adonis refused to stop beating on him; after the match, Hillbilly Jim made the save by hitting Adonis with his cowbell (Wrestling's Country Boys) (9/14/85; Capital Centre)
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Lanny Poffo with the superplex (9/14/85; Capital Centre)
- Jim Neidhart pinned Davey Boy Smith at 5:39 with his feet outside the ring after Smith was dropped face-first on the top turnbuckle (The British Bulldogs) (9/14/85; Capital Centre)
- Uncle Elmer (w/ Hillbilly Jim & Cousin Junior) pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 2:28 with a legdrop (8/18/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Dynamite Kid pinned Bret Hart at 12:25 by blocking a suplex into the ring and reversing it into a roll up; after the bout, Jim Neidhart helped in double teaming Dynamite until Davey Boy Smith made the save (The British Bulldogs) (9/14/85; Capital Centre)

10/15/85:
- Lanny Poffo fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a time-limit draw at 17:40; after the bout, Poffo cleared Sharpe from the ring after he almost attacked the referee (9/7/85; Boston Garden)
- King Tonga pinned Rene Goulet at 9:21 with a flying bodypress (9/7/85; Boston Garden)
- Cpl. Kirschner pinned Moondog Spot at 14:48 after reversing a powerslam attempt into a small package (9/7/85; Boston Garden)
- Adrian Adonis pinned SD Jones with the DDT at 9:33 (9/7/85; Boston Garden)
- Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned George Wells at 12:23 after reversing a sunset flip into a roll up; after the bout, Funk attempted to use the branding iron as a weapon but Wells grabbed hold of it and chased Funk and Hart from the ring with it (9/7/85; Boston Garden)
- Pedro Morales, Ivan Putski, & Uncle Elmer (w/ Hillbilly Jim & Cousin Junior) defeated Johnny V, WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine at 12:47 when Morales pinned Johnny V with a roll up after he became distracted by Hillbilly Jim on the outside (9/7/85; Boston Garden)

10/22/85:
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Tiger Chung Lee when Brunzell pinned Lee with a dropkick at 12:47 (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Scott McGhee pinned Rene Goulet with a roll up at 11:56 (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- King Kong Bundy pinned Swede Hanson with an elbow drop following the Avalanche at 5:16 (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- King Tonga pinned Barry O at 5:58 with a splash following a side kick to the face (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Dino Bravo pinned Frank Marconi with a back suplex at 2:20 (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Lanny Poffo with a cradle at 7:18 after Orton blocked Poffo's moonsault by lifting his knees (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF IC Champion Tito Santana fought Jesse Ventura to a double count-out when both men began brawling on the ramp; after the bout, Santana challenged Ventura to get back into the ring; after he did so, the champion knocked him out of the ring and then repeatedly hit him with the title belt before both men went backstage (The Best of the WWF Vol. 5) (9/22/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)

10/29/85:
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Paul Roma at 6:57 after twice hitting the flying elbowsmash; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel introduced Otto Wanz to the crowd, introduced as the European Heavyweight Champion (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Scott McGhee pinned Les Thornton with a reverse roll up into a bridge at 18:20 (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Cpl. Kirchner pinned Moondog Spot at 2:45 with a Samoan Drop (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 18:31 when Dynamite pinned Bret after after a diving headbutt off the top behind the referee's back as Hart had Smith covered; after the bout, the Harts attacked Dynamite with Jimmy Hart's megaphone (Best of the WWF Vol. 7) (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Missing Link pinned Lanny Poffo at 5:59 with a diving headbutt from the middle turnbuckle (Link's last MSG appearance) (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Adrian Adonis (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Rick McGraw at 10:06 with the DDT (McGraw's last MSG appearance) (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned SD Jones (sub. for George Wells) at 12:07 with a reverse splash off the top (9/23/85; Madison Square Garden)

11/5/85 - included Bruno Sammartino as a guest of Piper's Pit in which Sammartino demanded Bob Orton Jr. leave the ring so that Piper could conduct the interview one-on-one; moments later, after receiving a number of insults from Piper, Sammartino shoved him down and was then assaulted by a chair; Sammartino eventually chased Piper away with the chair (10/21/85; Madison Square Garden):
- Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned SD Jones at 6:51 with the DDT (10/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Steve Gatorwolf pinned Terry Gibbs (sub. for the Masked Superstar) at 7:17 with a double tomahawk chop to the chest (10/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Mike Rotundo & Tony Atlas (sub. for Barry Windham) defeated Barry O & Iron Mike Sharpe at 16:45 when Rotundo pinned Barry following the airplane spin; after the bout, Atlas fought off Barry O and threw him onto Jesse Ventura at ringside, leading to a heated verbal confrontation between Barry O and Ventura to set up their match the following month (10/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Pedro Morales pinned Rene Goulet with an inside cradle at 14:03 (10/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Orndorff pinned the Spoiler at 12:35 with a clothesline in a $50,000 bounty match; had the Spoiler been able to put Orndorff out of action, he would have won the bounty put on Orndorff's head by Bobby Heenan (10/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 6:46 when Smith dropkicked Volkoff from the top rope, as Volkoff prepared to slam Dynamite, with Dynamite landing on top for the win (The British Bulldogs) (10/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Barry O at 4:10 when Brunzell pinned Barry O with an inside cradle (Best of the WWF Vol. 16) (10/19/85; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Hiram Bithorn Stadium)

11/12/85 - included B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell as guests of the Body Shop (10/85; Brantford, Ontario; Civic Centre):
- Barry Windham & SD Jones defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Barry O 8:03 when Windham pinned Barry with a bulldog (10/12/85; Boston Garden)
- King Tonga pinned Mr. X at 10:16 with a side kick to the face and a diving headbutt (10/12/85; Boston Garden)
- Cpl. Kirchner pinned Rene Goulet by reversing a powerslam attempt into a small package at 10:26 (10/12/85; Boston Garden)
- David Sammartino pinned Tiger Chung Lee with a sunset flip at 7:26 (10/12/85; Boston Garden)
- Randy Savage pinned Scott McGhee with the flying elbowsmash at 6:13; prior to the bout, Savage was escorted ringside by Miss Elizabeth, who then returned backstage (10/12/85; Boston Garden)
- Paul Orndorff pinned the Missing Link (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 4:23 with a high knee after the Link was distracted by Hart shouting into his megaphone on the ring apron; this was a $50,000 bounty match in which Link would have won the bounty if he was able to put Orndorff out of action (10/12/85; Boston Garden)

11/19/85:
- Scott McGhee pinned Barry O at 10:22 with a powerslam after O hit the corner (10/13/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Tony Parisi pinned Rene Goulet at 11:55 with a Cannonball off the top (10/13/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned SD Jones at 5:24 after the momentum of a Jones' crossbody put Sharpe on top (10/13/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Terry Funk defeated Steve Gatorwolf via submission with a sleeper at 7:00 (10/13/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Dino Bravo pinned Mr. X with a side suplex at 3:50 (10/13/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik defeated George Steele & Cpl. Kirschner via disqualification at 16:33 when Steele hit Sheik with a chair as Sheik had the Camel Clutch applied on Kirschner (10/13/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)

11/26/85 - hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes:
- Canadian Heavyweight Champion Dino Bravo pinned Nikolai Volkoff by lifting his shoulder out of a German suplex into a bridge (11/10/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Tiger Chung Lee pinned Jose Luis Rivera with a side kick to the face (11/10/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Tony Parisi pinned Ron Shaw with a sit-down splash (11/10/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- King Tonga pinned Terry Gibbs with a diving headbutt (11/10/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Cousin Junior pinned Moondog Spot (11/10/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Tony Atlas & Ivan Putski (11/10/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)

12/3/85:

12/10/85:

12/17/85:

12/24/85:

12/30/85:
- King Tonga defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 7:59 after Orton hit Tonga in the head with his arm cast and made a cover but the referee called for the bell (12/15/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Hillbilly Jim & Uncle Elmer defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at 8:55; the Harts originally won the match at 8:23 when Neidhart pinned Elmer after Bret tripped Elmer from the outside and held onto his foot during the cover but the referee noticed what happened after he made the 3-count and began counting the Harts out as they made their way backstage, thinking they had won the match; after the bout, the hillbillies cleared the Harts from the ring (12/15/85; Maple Leaf Gardens)

1986


1/7/86:
- Jesse Ventura defeated WWF IC Champion Tito Santana via count-out at 8:13 after Santana attacked Ventura on the apron and didn't make it back inside the ring in time to break the referee's 10-count (12/7/85; Boston Garden)
- Paul Roma fought Barry O to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 18:08; Roma had the figure-4 applied when the bell rang (12/7/85; Boston Garden)
- Tony Atlas pinned Moondog Spot with a headscissors into a cradle at 7:24 (12/7/85; Boston Garden)
- Hercules pinned Scott McGhee at 8:22 with an elbow drop after McGhee missed a somersault splash off the top (12/7/85; Boston Garden)

1/14/86:
- Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Jose Luis Rivera via submission with a backbreaker at 9:51 (12/30/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow defeated Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito in a Texas Death Match at 8:47 when Jules pinned Saito following a double elbowsmash (12/28/82; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Neidhart fought B. Brian Blair to a 15-minute time-limit draw; Capt. Lou Albano was introduced prior to the bout as Blair's advisor / manager (12/30/85; Madison Square Garden)

1/20/86:
- Adrian Adonis pinned Lanny Poffo with a bulldog at 9:02 (12/30/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Rocky Johnson fought WWF IC Champion Don Muraco to curfew draw as Muraco was trapped in a sleeper; the crowd believed Johnson had won the title due to the nature of the finish (5/23/83; Madison Square Garden)
- The Haiti Kid pinned Butch Cassidy at 10:32 with a reverse roll up (Best of the WWF Vol. 6) (12/30/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Ray Stevens pinned Tony Garea at 10:17 when the momentum of a crossbody by Garea put Stevens on top; after the bout, Garea cleared Stevens from the ring (4/25/83; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) defeated Uncle Elmer & Hillbilly Jim at 4:29 when Beefcake pinned Elmer after Valentine came off the top with a double axehandle as Elmer had Beefcake caught in a bearhug, with Beefcake then falling on top for the win (WWF's Greatest Matches 86) (12/30/85; Madison Square Garden)

1/27/86:

2/3/86:
- SD Jones pinned Rene Goulet at 12:23 with a headbutt (1/18/86; Capital Centre)
- George Wells pinned Barry O at 7:46 with a flying shoulderblock (1/18/86; Capital Centre)
- Andre the Giant defeated Ernie Ladd via count-out at 12:28 when Ladd walked out of the match after avoiding a splash from Andre (Villians of the Squared Circle) (4/26/76; Madison Square Garden)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Scott McGhee at 6:18 with the flying elbow drop; before and after the contest, Savage had a verbal confrontation with Gorilla Monsoon after Monsoon referred to him as the "not so Macho Man" (1/18/86; Capital Centre)
- Terry Funk pinned Dan Spivey at 8:30 after reversing a sunset flip into a roll up; after the bout, Funk attempted to use the branding iron on Spivey but Spivey cleared him from the ring (1/18/86; Capital Centre)

2/10/86:

2/17/86:
- Pedro Morales pinned Moondog Spot with a reverse roll up at 7:38 (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Danny Spivey pinned Rene Goulet with a bulldog at 12:50 (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Iron Mike Sharpe fought George Wells to a time-limit draw at 17:39; the bell rang as both men were fighting on the floor (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Manuel Soto & Pete Sanchez defeated Jack Evans & Johnny Rodz in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; final fall: Soto pinned Evans with a sunset flip (2/17/75; Madison Square Garden)
- Ted Arcidi defeated Tiger Chung Lee via submission with a backbreaker at 4:05 (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Scott McGhee at 9:44 after blocking a top rope attack by lifting his knees; after the bout, Funk branded McGhee (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)

2/24/86:
- Lanny Poffo pinned Terry Gibbs with a moonsault (1/11/86; Boston Garden)
- Scott McGhee pinned Moondog Spot with a roll up after Spot became distracted by referee Danny Davis who prevented him from using his bone as a weapon (1/11/86; Boston Garden)
- George Wells pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 9:37 with a flying shoulderblock (1/11/86; Boston Garden)
- Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. defeated Paul Orndorff & Bruno Sammartino via count-out when, as Piper and Sammartino brawled on the floor, Piper poked Bruno in the eye after avoiding a chair shot and slid back inside the ring (Bruno Sammartino: Wrestling's Living Legend) (1/11/86; Boston Garden)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned WWF IC Champion Tito Santana to win the title at 10:29 after Savage hit Santana in the head with a foreign object while in the middle of a back suplex (History of the Intercontinental Title, The WWF's Greatest Matches) (2/8/86; Boston Garden)

3/3/86:
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) fought B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell to a time-limit draw at 18:48 as Brunzell covered Hart following a dropkick (Best of the WWF Vol. 8, The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be) (2/17/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Stan Stasiak fought Dominic DeNucci to a draw (8/28/78; Madison Square Garden)
- Ted Arcidi defeated Terry Gibbs via submission with a bearhug at 2:37 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8) (2/17/86; Madison Square Garden)
- King Kong Bundy pinned George Wells with the Avalanche and a splash at 3:17; after the bout, Wells was helped from the ring by several officials after he refused to be taken backstage on a stretcher (2/17/86; Madison Square Garden)

3/10/86:
- Stan Hansen fought Gorilla Monsoon to a draw (11/22/76; Madison Square Garden)

3/17/86:
- Danny Spivey pinned Ron Shaw at 5:26 with a bulldog (3/1/86; Baltimore, MD: Civic Center)
- Sivi Afi pinned Rene Goulet at 10:31 with a flying bodypress (3/1/86; Baltimore, MD: Civic Center)
- Jim Powers pinned Barry O at 6:43 with a small package (3/1/86; Baltimore, MD: Civic Center)
- George Wells pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 3:04 with a running shoulderblock (3/1/86; Baltimore, MD: Civic Center)
- Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Prof. Toru Tanaka via disqualification at 11:21 after Tanaka threw salt into the referee's eyes as Strongbow had the sleeper applied (12/19/77; Madison Square Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog pinned AJ Petruzzi (sub. for Hercules) with the powerslam at 1:41 (3/1/86; Baltimore, MD: Civic Center)
- Tony Atlas pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 4:06 with a headscissors into a cradle (3/1/86; Baltimore, MD: Civic Center)

3/24/86 - included Jimmy Hart (sub. for Jesse Ventura) conducting an in-ring interview with Mr. T, who was dressed in a kilt, with Mr. T bringing out the Junkyard Dog to stay at ringside, while Hart had Terry & Dory Funk Jr. at ringside with him; Mr. T ended up pushing down Hart after he said Piper would knock him out within 10 seconds at WrestleMania 2 (3/15/86; Chicago, IL; Rosemont Horizon):
- Lioness Asuka & Chigusa Nagoya defeated Leilani Kai & Penny Mitchell at 7:05 when Nagoya pinned Mitchell with a flying bodypress off the top (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned King Tonga at 8:05 after using Fuji's cane behind the referee's back who was distracted by Fuji on the apron (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Sivi Afi pinned Moondog Spot at 7:07 with a flying bodypress (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts pinned Lanny Poffo with the DDT at 6:49; after the bout, Roberts laid Damien on top of Poffo (Roberts' MSG debut) (Jake "The Snake" Roberts: Pick Your Poison) (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Dump Matsumoto & Bull Nakano defeated Linda Gonzalez & Velvet McIntyre when Matsumoto pinned Gonzalez at 10:02 with a diving headbutt (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Mr. Fuji at 6:09 with a flying crossbody (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)

3/31/86:

4/8/86 - hosted Gorilla Monsoon & Jimmy Hart:
- The Tiger (Bob Bradley) pinned Mr. X with a splash off the top at 10:41 (2/28/86; Sydney, Australia; Entertainment Center)
- Ted Arcidi defeated Matt Borne via submission with a bearhug (2/28/86; Sydney, Australia; Entertainment Center)
- Tiger Chung Lee pinned Paul Roma with his feet on the ropes at 9:02 (2/28/86; Sydney, Australia; Entertainment Center)
- Peter Miavia defeated Luke Graham via disqualification at 14:02 after Graham continuously punched Miavia in the throat (8/28/78; Madison Square Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Moondogs at 18:12 when Jacques pinned Rex with a crossbody (Rougeaus' WWF debut) (Global Warning DVD, Best of the WWF Vol. 7) (2/28/86; Sydney, Australia; Entertainment Center)
- Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji defeated SD Jones & King Tonga at 14:36 when Muraco pinned Jones with the tombstone (Global Warning DVD) (2/28/86; Sydney, Australia; Entertainment Center)

4/14/86 - hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Jimmy Hart:
- Jake Roberts pinned George Wells at 8:53 with an elbow drop and using the tights for leverage after Wells missed a diving shoulderblock and hit the turnbuckle (3/23/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Lanny Poffo with the superplex at 12:17 (3/23/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- King Tonga pinned Paul Christy with a kick to the head and a diving headbutt (3/23/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Cpl. Kirschner pinned Iron Mike Sharpe (sub. for Tiger Chung Lee) at 7:54 after hitting him with his own forearm (3/23/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Moondogs when Moondog Rex submitted to Raymond’s sleeper at 15:01 (the Rougeaus' Toronto debut) (3/23/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) in a Martial Arts match at 16:22 when the momentum of a crossbody by Muraco put Steamboat on top for the win; after the match, Muraco choked Steamboat out with the belt from his judo jacket before attacking him with Fuji's cane (3/23/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)

4/21/86 - hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes:
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Sal Gee with the superplex (3/31/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Andre Malo at 3:11 with a clothesline using the forearm support (3/31/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Tony Atlas & Lanny Poffo defeated Johnny K-9 & Joe Mirto at 2:15 when Poffo pinned K-9 with a moonsault (3/31/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Paul Roma pinned Jerry Adams at 2:53 with the powerslam (3/31/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 18:34 with a roll up after the challenger hit the corner; prior to the bout, the champion was escorted to the ring by Arnold Skaaland (Bruno Sammartino: Wrestling's Living Legend) (10/25/76; Madison Square Garden)
- Bull Nakano & Dump Matsumoto defeated Susan Starr & Candice Pardee at 7:52 when Matsumoto pinned Pardee with a clothesline (3/11/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Ted Arcidi & King Tonga defeated Brian Mackney & Don Kolov at 3:40 when Arcidi forced a submission from Mackney with a bearhug (4/1/86; Etobicoke, Ontario; Olympium)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano & Ozzy Osbourne) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) to win the titles when Smith pinned Valentine after ramming him head-first into Dynamite; the collision knocked both Valentine and Dynamite out cold (The British Bulldogs) (WrestleMania 2 - 4/7/86; Chicago, IL; Rosemont Horizon)

4/28/86 - hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan (Heenan's debut as co-host on the show):
- Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Tony Garea at 6:54 by lifting him up with a gorilla press and dropping him across his knee (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts pinned Scott McGee with the DDT at 4:07 after Roberts held onto the ropes to avoid a roll up (Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Villians of the Squared Circle) (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- King Tonga pinned Paul Christy at 5:57 with a diving headbutt off the top (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Lanny Poffo pinned Rene Goulet at 13:16 with a somersault splash (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji defeated Jose Gonzalez & Lenny Hurst in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Fuji pinned Gonzalez with a clothesline; fall #2: Tanaka pinned Hurst after applying a cobra clutch and then shoving Hurst to the mat (8/1/77; Madison Square Garden)
- Sivi Afi defeated Iron Mike Sharpe via count-out at 13:51 after both men began fighting on the floor; after the bout, Afi was attacked by Sharpe but eventually cleared the ring of his opponent (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Cpl. Kirschner defeated the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie & Nikolai Volkoff) via disqualification at 4:56 when Volkoff attacked Kirchner with Blassie's cane on the floor; after the bout, Volkoff & Sheik continued to attack Kirchner in the ring but Kirchner eventually chased them off with a steel chair (Villians of the Squared Circle) (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)

5/5/86:
- Terry & Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jeff Gripley & Ivan MacDonald at 5:14 when Gripley submitted to Dory's Boston Crab; after the match, Hart branded Gripley (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Bobby Heenan pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 8:56 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and punching Bellomo in the face (Best of the WWF Vol. 14) (11/26/84; Madison Square Garden)
- B. Brian Blair fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a double count-out at 13:02 (8/25/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Lanny Poffo pinned the Gladiator at 5:19 with a moonsault; Greg Valentine did guest commentary for the bout (11/12/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Linda Gonzalez pinned Donna Christianello at 5:18 with a reverse roll up; Greg Valentine & Johnny V did guest commentary for the bout (11/12/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Tony Atlas & Tony Garea defeated Steve Lombardi & the Menace at 3:06 when Atlas pinned the Menace with the press slam / splash combo (4/21/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Mario Mancini & Ron Dee at 4:25 when Bret pinned Dee following the Hart Attack (7/30/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Ted Arcidi defeated Chuck Simpson via submission with a backbreaker at 2:46 (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jim Powers & Mike Saxon at 4:13 when Bundy pinned Saxon with the Avalance and an elbow drop (1/7/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)

5/12/86:
- Jake Roberts pinned Scott McGhee at 7:02 with the DDT (4/26/86; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena)
- Bret Hart pinned Sivi Afi at 10:33 by catching him coming off the ropes and hitting a backbreaker across his knee (4/26/86; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena)
- George Steele pinned Jim Neidhart at 3:52 after hitting him with a foreign object as Neidhart was distracted by the referee and shoved him down with a chair (4/26/86; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena)
- The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 11:41 when Sheik pinned Brunzell after Volkoff hit a double axe handle to the back of the head as Brunzell had Sheik in a sleeper (4/26/86; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena)

5/19/86:
- Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Danny Spivey (sub. for Hillbilly Jim) at 8:18 when Spivey failed a powerslam from the top, with Adonis falling on top and hooking the tights for leverage (5/4/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Tiger Chung Lee pinned Don Kolov with a tombstone at 5:34 (5/4/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jim Brunzell defeated Bret Hart (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at around the 10-minute mark when Bret dropped Brunzell crotch-first onto the top rope; after the bout, Bret continued to attack his opponent (5/4/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- B. Brian Blair pinned Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a sunset flip at 7:14; after the bout, Neidhart & Bret Hart attacked Blair before Jim Brunzell helped clear the ring with a chair (5/4/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bobo Johnson & Cowboy Colt defeated Billy the Kid & Little John in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #2: Bobo pinned John with a sunset flip (11/22/76; Madison Square Garden)
- Scott McGhee pinned Johnny K9 with a German suplex into a bridge at 5:22 (5/4/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jimmy Jack & Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Lanny Poffo & George Wells at around the 14-minute mark when Jimmy Jack pinned Wells with a powerslam (5/4/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)

5/26/86:
- King Kong Bundy pinned Tony Atlas at 8:04 with an elbow drop after blocking an attempted splash (5/19/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Lanny Poffo pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 11:15 with a hurricanrana (5/19/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart pinned SD Jones with a backbreaker (5/19/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Dan Spivey defeated Paul Christy at 4:41 (5/19/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Sivi Afi at 13:07 when the momentum of a crossbody by Afi put Hercules on top for the win (5/19/86; Madison Square Garden)

6/2/86:
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Danny Spivey at 9:02 by reversing a suplex in the ring into a cradle and using the tights for leverage (4/26/86; Boston Garden)
- Tony Garea pinned Mr. X with a reverse roll up (4/26/86; Boston Garden)
- Lanny Poffo pinned Psycho Capone with a somersault splash (4/26/86; Boston Garden)
- King Tonga pinned Tiger Chung Lee with a side kick to the face (4/26/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:12 after the challengers began illegally double teaming Smith (All Star Wrestling - 5/5/86; Brantford, Ontario; Civic Centre)
- Ted Arcidi fought Big John Studd to a double count-out at 10:23 (4/26/86; Boston Garden)

6/9/86:
- Adrian Adonis pinned George Steele at 5:53 with a roll up as Steele was trying to revive the referee, who was accidentally knocked down by Adonis (6/1/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Tony Parisi pinned Steve Lombardi with a sit-down splash from the middle turnbuckle (6/1/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Hercules & Terry Gibbs (sub. for Bob Orton Jr.) when Jacques pinned Gibbs with a missile dropkick at 16:35 (6/1/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Moondogs defeated Nelson Veilleux & Tony Parks at 5:24 when Spot pinned Parks with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle as Parks was laid across Rex' knee (6/3/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Andre the Giant pinned Alexis Smirnoff at 5:17 with a boot to the face and a sit-down splash (6/15/84; St. Louis, MO; Kiel Auditorium)
- SD Jones & Paul Roma defeated the Menace & Jim Haley at 3:50 when Roma pinned Haley with a powerslam (5/12/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- King Kong Bundy pinned Tony Atlas at 8:46 with an elbow drop after hitting the Avalanche in the corner (6/1/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)

6/16/86:
- Bret Hart pinned Sivi Afi at 10:20 when the momentum of a flying bodypress by Afi put Hart on top (5/24/86; Boston Garden)
- Jim Neidhart pinned Lanny Poffo at 5:29 with a fistdrop from the middle turnbuckle after Poffo failed a somersault splash (5/24/86; Boston Garden)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Tony Garea at 11:35 after Garea hit the corner face-first (5/24/86; Boston Garden)
- Hercules pinned Scott McGhee at 8:05 with a backbreaker (5/24/86; Boston Garden)
- Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jim Powers & Rick Hunter in a handicap bodyslam match at 2:17 by pinning Hunter with a powerslam; had either Powers or Hunter slammed Studd they would have received $15,000; after the bout, King Tonga returned ringside and easily slammed Studd (Best of the WWF Vol. 8) (Championship Wrestling - 6/3/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Pedro Morales, WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith, & Dan Spivey defeated Greg Valentine, Brutus Beefcake, & Johnny V at 11:20 when Spivey pinned Johnny V following a backbreaker from Morales (5/24/86; Boston Garden)

6/23/86:
- Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey defeated the Moondogs at 11:37 when Rotundo pinned Rex following an airplane spin (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Pedro Morales defeated the Iron Sheik via disqualification at 11:16 when Sheik pushed referee Dick Kroll as Morales was trapped in the ropes; after the bout, Morales cleared Sheik from the ring after hitting him in the head with the microphone (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Cowboy Lang pinned Lord Littlebrook with a spinning roll up (Best of the WWF Vol. 9) (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned George Welles at 9:54 after Dory blocked a splash off the top by lifting his knees (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Lanny Poffo with the cradle suplex at 10:56 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8) (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff defeated George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) via disqualification at 6:21 after Albano handed Steele a steel chair, who then used it on his opponent (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)

6/30/86:
- Pedro Morales defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification at 9:19 after Orton hit a suplex from the apron so that Morales landed crotch-first across the top rope (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Cpl. Kirschner & Dan Spivey at 9:41 when Sheik pinned Kirchner with a boot to the sternum (2/17/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned George Wells at 4:11 after Wells missed a running shoulderblock in the corner (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Brunzell pinned Bret Hart at 13:55 with a backslide; after the bout, Hart attacked Brunzell and threw him to the floor (12/30/85; Madison Square Garden)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Hillbilly Jim with a splash following the Avalanche (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Sivi Afi pinned Ron Shaw at 6:52 with a flying bodypress; Afi was billed as 'Superfly Afi' for the bout (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Orndorff defeated Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 5:13 when Heenan interfered as Orndorff attempted to bodyslam Studd; after the bout, Orndorff cleared Heenan from the ring (1/27/86; Madison Square Garden)

7/7/86:
- King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jim Powers & Mike Saxon at 4:13 when Bundy pinned Saxon with the Avalance and an elbow drop (1/7/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- The Crush Girls defeated Leilani Kai & Black Venus when Nagayo pinned Venus with a German suplex into a bridge at 7:46 (3/11/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated Frank Marconi via submission with the full nelson (6/1/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Harley Race pinned SD Jones at 4:45 with a powerslam (Race's return after a 6-year absence) (5/4/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Pedro Morales pinned Barry O at 5:02 with a backbreaker; after the bout, Barry attacked Morales but was quickly sent to the floor (8/10/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Lanny Poffo & George Wells defeated Rusty Brooks & Johnny K9 when Wells pinned K9 with a running shoulderblock at 3:47 (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 15:01 when Bret pinned Brunzell after Brunzell sustained a forearm to the back of the head from Neidhart (3/23/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)

7/14/86:
- Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey defeated Les Thornton & Tiger Chung Lee at 12:16 when Spivey pinned Thornton with a bulldog (6/27/86; Boston Garden)
- Pedro Morales pinned Moondog Spot with a reverse roll up at 7:25 (6/27/86; Boston Garden)
- Harley Race pinned Tony Atlas with a sunset flip at 8:27 (6/27/86; Boston Garden)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated Moondog Rex via submission with the full nelson at 5:38 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8) (6/27/86; Boston Garden)
- King Tonga pinned Pete Doherty at 4:20 with a diving headbutt (6/27/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff defeated the Moondogs when Orndorff pinned Rex with the piledriver at 3:48; Orndorff worked the entire match by himself and didn't tag Hogan in, despite Hogan asking to be tagged in several times (Championship Wrestling - 6/24/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)

7/21/86:
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) via disqualification at 6:26 when Johnny V tripped Haynes (Best of the WWF Vol. 10) (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Tony Atlas pinned Lanny Poffo with a backslide at 12:35 (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated the Moondogs at 18:23 when Dynamite pinned Spot with a crossbody off the top rope, over the heads of both Davey Boy Smith and Rex (The British Bulldogs) (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- SD Jones & Paul Roma defeated Mike Brown & Paul Berger when Roma pinned Brown after being thrown by Jones at 4:55 (6/24/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff defeated King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 6:04 when Bundy and Studd refused to stop double-teaming Hogan and referee Dave Hebner was knocked to the floor; prior to the match, Hogan and Orndorff were seen talking backstage about the missed phone call that started friction between the two, with Hogan telling Orndorff to let it go; after the bout, Orndorff made the save for the champion and raised his hand in victory before dropping him with a clothesline and following with the piledriver; moments later, Orndorff, Bundy, Heenan, and Studd left the ring together as Mike Rotundo, Danny Spivey, King Tonga, and Sivi Afi checked on Hogan; Adrian Adonis then congratulated Orndorff backstage with the rest of the Heenan Family (Hulkamania 2) (Championship Wrestling - 6/24/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)

7/28/86:
- Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Garea with a cradle suplex at 2:05 (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Pedro Morales pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a small package at 5:54 (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Velvet McIntyre pinned Penny Mitchell with a victory roll at 8:10 (6/24/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Swede Hanson with an elbow drop following the Avalanche in the corner at 4:27 (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)
- Lanny Poffo & George Wells defeated Rusty Brooks & Johnny K9 when Wells pinned K9 with a running shoulderblock at 3:47 (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Bret Hart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 15:08 when the momentum of a crossbody by Hart put Steamboat on top; during the bout, Jimmy Hart briefly joined the commentary team at ringside (The Hart Foundation, The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be) (3/8/86; Boston Garden)
- Bruno Sammartino & Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage & Adrian Adonis in a steel cage match at 9:51 when Sammartino left through the door as Santana escaped over the top; prior to the bout, both Jimmy Hart & Miss Elizabeth left ringside (Inside the Steel Cage) (7/12/86; Madison Square Garden)

8/4/86:
- Sivi Afi defeated Jake Roberts via forfeit when Roberts appeared in street clothes, grabbed the microphone, and said he would not wrestle in Toronto again until he could face Ricky Steamboat in his own type of match; as Roberts began to leave ringside, he returned to the ring, attacked Afi, and hit the DDT; moments later, Afi was helped backstage by Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (7/27/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Hercules defeated Scott McGhee via submission with the backbreaker at 6:59 (7/27/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jimmy Jack & Dory Funk Jr. defeated Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey at 15:25 when Dory pinned Spivey after Jack hit a clothesline while Spivey attempted the bulldog (7/27/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Billy Jack Haynes pinned the Iron Sheik at 5:27 after Sheik accidentally kicked an interfering Nikolai Volkoff on the ring apron (7/27/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- SD Jones pinned Rusty Brooks with a reverse sunset roll up at 3:10 (12/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Moondogs at 11:25 when Jacques pinned Spot with a roll up (7/27/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF Tag Team Champion the Dynamite Kid pinned Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) at 11:18 by blocking a suplex into the ring and reversing it into a roll up; after the bout, Beefcake tied Dynamite upside down in the corner and pounded away at him until Davey Boy Smith made the save (The British Bulldogs) (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)

8/11/86:
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Les Thornton & Terry Gibbs when Jacques pinned Gibbs with a missile dropkick at 3:56 (5/27/86; Brantford, Ontario; Civic Centre)
- Jimmy Jack Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Garea with a powerslam at 10:06 (Best of the WWF Vol. 8) (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Moondog Rex with the flying bodypress at 10:11 (6/16/86; Brantford, Ontario; Civic Centre)
- Lanny Poffo & Sivi Afi defeated Jimmy Kent & Al Navarro when Poffo pinned Kent with a moonsault at 3:27 (6/3/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Tony Stetson via submission with a backbreaker at 3:06 (2/18/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated Steve Lombardi via submission with the full nelson at 5:19 (6/16/86; Brantford, Ontario; Civic Centre)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith at 9:12 following an axe handle from the middle turnbuckle to the back of the head (The British Bulldogs) (4/22/86; Madison Square Garden)

8/18/86:
- Terry Funk (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Pedro Morales after hitting him with Hart's megaphone (Best of the WWF Vol. 7) (1/11/86; Boston Garden)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Les Thornton & Barry O at 4:54 when Brunzell pinned Thornton with a dropkick (3/11/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Velvet McIntyre at 5:09 in a non-title match with a roll up (6/16/86; Brantford, Ontario; Civic Centre)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Gino Carabello at 2:49 when Dynamite pinned Carabello with a diving headbutt from Sharpe's back, who was hoisted into a fireman's carry by Smith; after the bout, Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake - who had been watching from ringside - attacked the champions, with all four men fighting their way backstage (5/27/86; Brantford, Ontario; Civic Centre)
- Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) pinned Salvatore Bellomo with a running kneelift at 7:32 (12/10/84; Meadowlands Arena)
- The Moondogs (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Nelson Veilleux & Serge Jodoin at 5:10 when Spot pinned Jodoin with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle as the opponent was laid across Rex' knee (6/24/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Ricky Steamboat & the Junkyard Dog defeated Mr. Fuji & Don Muraco at 12:02 when Steamboat pinned Fuji with a crossbody off the top; after the bout, Steamboat was attacked by the opposition, with Fuji throwing salt into Steamboat's eyes (8/3/85; Boston Garden)

8/25/86:
- Lanny Poffo pinned Mr. X with a somersault splash at 7:17 (8/9/86; Boston Garden)
- Tito Santana fought Bob Orton Jr. to a 30-minute time-limit draw at 28:50 (Best of the WWF Vol. 10) (8/9/86; Boston Garden)
- Dick Slater pinned Pete Doherty at 6:45 with an elbow off the top to the head (8/9/86; Boston Garden)
- SD Jones & Paul Roma defeated Gino Carabello & Terry Gibbs when Roma pinned Carabello after being thrown by Jones at 5:29 (8/5/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Slick) defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart at 6:39 when Sheik tripped Neidhart, who had Volkoff up for a slam, and Volkoff fell on top for the pin (Best of the WWF Vol. 9) (8/9/86; Boston Garden)

9/8/86:
- Jake Roberts pinned Sivi Afi with the DDT (8/25/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated Hercules (w/ Freddie Blassie & Slick) via count-out at 21:29 after Hercules left ringside with Slick; the match originally went to a time-limit draw at 18:52 but the referee granted them 5 more minutes; Blassie left ringside prior to the bout beginning (8/25/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Cpl. Kirchner at 9:42 with the piledriver (8/25/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie & Slick) defeated Dan Spivey & Mike Rotundo at 12:46 when Sheik pinned Spivey after Volkoff hit Spivey with Slick's cane as Spivey attempted a powerslam on Sheik; after the bout, Rotundo eventually cleared Sheik, Volkoff, and Slick from the ring; Blassie left ringside prior to the bout beginning (8/25/86; Madison Square Garden)

9/16/86:
- Pedro Morales defeated WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) via count-out at 7:19 (8/25/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Nick Kiniski pinned Les Thornton with a German suplex into a bridge (8/25/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) fought King Tonga to a 20-minute time-limit draw as Tonga had Muraco covered following a crossbody off the top (The Big Event - 8/28/86; Toronto, Ontario; CNE Stadium)
- Ted Arcidi defeated Tony Garea (sub. for Tony Atlas) via submission with a bearhug at 2:41 (The Big Event - 8/28/86; Toronto, Ontario; CNE Stadium)
- Dick Slater pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 6:24 with a standing elbow off the top and a roll over (The Big Event - 8/28/86; Toronto, Ontario; CNE Stadium)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake when Raymond, the illegal man, pinned Valentine with a sunset flip at 14:51 as Valentine attempted to put Jacques in the figure-4 (The Big Event - 8/28/86; Toronto, Ontario; CNE Stadium)

9/22/86:
- Kamala (w/ Friday) pinned Pat Patterson with a splash at 5:21 (9/22/84; Madison Square Garden)
- Moondog Rex pinned Terry Gibbs with a reverse neckbreaker at 10:14 (1/21/85; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Velvet McIntyre & Desiree Peterson defeated Penny Mitchell & Peggy Peterson at 17:17 when McIntyre pinned Patterson with a sunset flip (12/10/84; Meadowlands Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Les Thornton & Jack Foley (Mick Foley) when Dynamite pinned Foley after a back suplex from the middle rope at 3:42 (Mick Foley - Greatest Hits & Misses DVD) (WWF Superstars - 8/26/86; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- Moondog Spot pinned Jose Luis Rivera with a shoulderbreaker (4/26/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell when Beefcake pinned Brunzell at 9:48 after Valentine came off the top with a double axe handle to Brunzell as he had a sleeper applied on Beefcake; prior to the bout, Jesse Ventura returned ringside to join Gorilla Monsoon at the commentary table (12/7/85; Boston Garden)

9/30/86:
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Cousin Luke with a double kneelift at 4:12 (9/6/86; Boston Garden)
- Sivi Afi pinned Pete Doherty at 7:02 with a flying bodypress (9/6/86; Boston Garden)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart fought Dan Spivey & Mike Rotundo to a 20-minute time-limit draw as Neidhart broke Spivey's cover on Bret after Bret sustained a bulldog (9/6/86; Boston Garden)
- Pedro Morales pinned Rene Goulet with a reverse roll up at 10:41 (9/6/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Slick) when Smith pinned Sheik with a small package at 7:44 after both Volkoff and Dynamite reversed it behind the referee's back (9/6/86; Boston Garden)

10/9/86:
- Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Billy Jack Haynes at 9:31 by grabbing the tights for leverage (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- The Islanders defeated the Moondogs when Tama pinned Rex with a splash off the top at 13:17 (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Steve Regal pinned Jose Luis Rivera with a belly to belly suplex at 7:53 (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- SD Jones pinned Mr. X at 8:09 with a standing headbutt from the middle turnbuckle (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tito Santana at 12:43 with a reverse roll up after Heenan distracted Santana from the ring apron; after the bout, Santana attacked Race on the floor until Race was able to escape (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart when Jacques, the illegal man, pinned Neidhart with a sunset flip into the ring at 14:52 (the Rougeaus' MSG debut) (The Hart Foundation) (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)

10/14/86:
- Barry O pinned Frankie Laine at 5:55 with a side suplex (9/28/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Sivi Afi fought Iron Mike Sharpe to a 15-minute time-limit draw; after the bout, Afi cleared Sharpe from the ring (9/28/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jose Luis Rivera pinned Mr. X with a dropkick from the middle turnbuckle (9/28/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jerry Allen pinned Tiger Chung Lee by reversing a powerslam from the outside into a cradle (9/28/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Paul Roma pinned Terry Gibbs at 9:09 with a reverse roll up (9/28/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Mike Rotundo pinned the Iron Sheik (w/ Slick & Nikolai Volkoff) at 7:17 after Slick accidentally hit Volkoff with his cane; after the bout, all three men attacked Rotundo (9/28/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Hercules (w/ Slick) pinned Pedro Morales with a superplex at 6:20, even though Morales had his foot on the bottom rope during the cover (9/28/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage defeated George Steele via disqualification at 3:48 when Steele took the champion's foreign object and used it on Savage; after the bout, Steele chased Savage backstage before returning to the ramp and slamming the champion; after hearing the official decision from the ring announcer , Steele chased Savage backstage once more (9/28/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)

10/21/86:
- Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Cpl. Kirschner at 8:52 by reversing Kirchner's cradle into a cradle of his own, after sustaining a suplex (9/28/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count-out at 8:02 when Valentine and Hart left ringside moments after the champion thought he had won the match but the referee overruled the decision since Hart held down JYD's legs during the cover (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- SD Jones & Paul Roma defeated the Menace & Jim Haley at 3:50 when Roma pinned Haley with a powerslam (5/12/86; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
- Nick Kiniski pinned Steve Lombardi with a back suplex into a bridge at 8:57 (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & the Junkyard Dog defeated Terry & Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) when Hogan pinned Terry with a clothesline at 11:32 as the Funks were hanging JYD over the top with their bullrope (3/8/86; Boston Garden)

10/28/86:
- Harley Race pinned Cpl. Kirschner at 13:40 when the momentum of a crossbody put Race on top; after the bout, Race insulted Kirchner on the microphone, resulting in a brief brawl between the two in which Race eventually knocked Kirchner down after a chair shot (9/6/86; Boston Garden)
- Sika (w/ the Wizard) pinned Jerry Allen with a headbutt and a Samoan drop at 6:08 (10/4/86; Boston Garden)
- The Islanders defeated Jimmy Jack Funk & Mr. X at 11:14 when Tama pinned X with a splash off the top (Best of the WWF Vol. 10) (10/4/86; Boston Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) & Cpl. Kirchner at 7:36 when Sheik placed Volkoff on top of Kirchner after Sheik kicked Kirchner in the head after Kirchner hit the Samoan Drop on Volkoff (3/1/86; Baltimore, MD: Civic Center)
- Mr. X pinned Rudy Diamond with a flying clothesline at 7:29 (10/4/86; Boston Garden)
- King Kong Bundy defeated the Junkyard Dog via disqualification at 7:21 when JYD hiptossed referee Danny Davis with his chain; after the match, JYD powerslammed Davis (6/27/86; Boston Garden)

11/3/86 - 1-hour episode:
- Brutus Beefcake pinned SD Jones at 5:35 with a running kneelift (10/19/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- Greg Valentine pinned Steve Gatorwolf at 8:30 with a suplex (10/19/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- WWF Tag Team Champion the Dynamite Kid pinned Moondog Rex at 8:15 with a crucifix cradle (10/19/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- Bret Hart pinned Raymond Rougeau at 8:34 with a reverse roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage (10/19/86; Houston, TX; Summit)

11/11/86:
- Jacques Rougeau pinned the Iron Shiek at 7:29 with a sunset flip into the ring (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Mike Rotundo fought Jim Brunzell to a double count-out (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith at 12:57 by using the ropes for leverage (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)
- SD Jones pinned Moondog Spot at 9:33 with a headbutt (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Haku pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 4:51 with a roll up after Volkoff missed a clothesline and ran into the corner; during the cover, Volkoff clearly had his shoulders up (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Tama pinned Moondog Rex at 8:18 with a flying bodypress (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champion the Dynamite Kid pinned Jim Neidhart at 5:49 with a roll up (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)
- King Kong Bundy pinned Super Machine at 3:17 with the Avalanche (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)

11/18/86:
- Sika (w/ the Wizard) pinned Lanny Poffo with the Samoan Drop at 7:28 (9/22/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake pinned B. Brian Blair at 9:24 by holding onto the tights for leverage after the momentum of a crossbody by Blair put Beefcake on top (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated the Iron Sheik (w/ Nikolai Volkoff) via disqualification at 6:04 when Volkoff tripped Smith from the outside; after the bout, Smith was double teamed until the Dynamite Kid made the save (10/19/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Tama with his feet on the ropes at 5:52 (10/19/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Pedro Morales by grabbing the tights for leverage at 10:41 (10/4/86; Boston Garden)
- Tito Santana & the Junkyard Dog defeated Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) & WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 16:03 when Santana pinned Valentine with the flying forearm (4/22/85; Madison Square Garden)

11/25/86:
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Lelani Kai & Judy Martin defeated Penny Mitchell & Candice Pardue at around 9:25 following a powerbomb by Martin behind the referee's back (Even More Unusual Matches) (11/1/86; Boston Garden)
- Hercules defeated Salvatore Bellomo via submission with the backbreaker at 3:41 (11/1/86; Boston Garden)
- Billy Jack Haynes fought Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 21:47; Orton came to the ring to Roddy Piper's theme music and wearing a kilt (11/1/86; Boston Garden)
- Koko B. Ware defeated Jimmy Jack Funk via disqualification at 12:03 when Funk used his bullrope as a weapon, shoved the referee, and hog tied Koko (11/1/86; Boston Garden)
- Sika (w/ the Wizard) pinned Scott McGhee with the Samoan Drop at 4:39 (11/1/86; Boston Garden)
- Raymond Rougeau & Lanny Poffo (w/ an injured Jacques Rougeau who suffered two broken toes) (sub. for Jacques Rougeau) defeated the Moondogs at 10:54 when Raymond pinned Rex with a flying crossbody after Jacques tripped Spot from the outside with his crutch (11/1/86; Boston Garden)

12/2/86:
- The Karate Kid & Pepe Gomez defeated Lord Littlebrook & Little Tokyo when Tokyo was pinned at 13:30 after Littlebrook accidentally hit a flying bodypress on his partner, with Karate Kid & Gomez climbing on top of Littlebrook for the pin (Best of the WWF Vol. 11)(11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Ricky Steamboat via count-out after crushing Steamboat’s throat against the guardrail, after hitting a double axe handle from the top at 7:03; after the match, Savage attacked Steamboat's larynx with the timekeeper's bell, jumping from the top rope, taking him out of action for several months; moments thereafter, Steamboat was taken from ringside on a stretcher (WWF Superstars - 10/28/86; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Pedro Morales with a roll up at 9:07 as Morales was distracted by Heenan; moments earlier, Morales chased Heenan around ringside and into the ring after Heenan prevented Morales' cover following a backbreaker (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Lanny Poffo pinned Steve Lombardi with a somersault splash off the top at 9:58 (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Jimmy Jack Funk with the Ghostbuster at 8:46; before the bout, Capt. Lou Albano joined the commentary table to give an update on the condition of George Steele, with Albano revealing that Steele had escaped the ambulance he was in and was running through Central Park (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Billy Jack Haynes fought Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double count-out at 13:43; Orton came into the ring wearing a kilt and also a jacket with the words "Hot Bob" on the back; during the match, Jimmy Hart briefly joined the commentary team of Gorilla Monsoon and Lord Alfred Hayes at ringside (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)

12/11/86:
- Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) defeated Pedro Morales via count-out at 9:23 after Morales threw Bravo back into the ring and continued to attack Johnny V on the floor, ramming his head into the timekeeper’s table (11/16/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jose Luis Rivera pinned Frankie Laine with a reverse roll up (11/16/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Paul Roma pinned Steve Lombardi with a powerslam at 7:04 (11/16/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Honkytonk Man pinned Mr. X (Danny Davis) with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll at 6:34; Honky was heavily booed during the match after every single move he did and X was heavily cheered (11/16/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Paul Roma via submission with the sleeper at 1:41; after the bout, Adonis stuck two flowers in Roma's mouth (WWF Superstars - 11/19/86; South Bend, IN; Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center)
- Tito Santana fought Butch Reed to a time-limit draw (11/16/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)

12/17/86:
- WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Slick) at 12:43 when Smith pinned Volkoff after Dynamite hit a missile dropkick as Volkoff attempted a powerslam on Smith; during the bout, Slick briefly joined the commentary team of Monsoon & Resnick at ringside (11/26/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- Butch Reed (w/ Slick) pinned Steve Gatorwolf with a clothesline off the middle turnbuckle; during the bout Slick briefly did guest commentary (11/26/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- Jake Roberts defeated Dick Slater via disqualification at 4:32 when Slater threw referee Danny Davis out of his way while attempting to get at Roberts, who had Damien in his hands; earlier in the bout, Slater won the match but Davis changed his mind and let it continue since Roberts' foot was on the bottom rope during the cover (WWF Superstars - 11/19/86; South Bend, IN; Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center)
- Danny Spivey pinned Moondog Spot with a bulldog at 9:36 (11/26/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated SD Jones via disqualification at 2:13 when Roddy Piper - who was watching from ringside - attacked Adonis; after the bout, Piper and Adonis had to be seperated by several wrestlers (Wrestling Challenge - 11/20/86; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Mike Rotundo pinned Moondog Rex with an airplane spin at 9:34 (11/26/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- The Islanders fought Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) & Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double count-out at 7:39 (11/19/86; South Bend, IN; Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center)

12/23/86:
- Blackjack Mulligan pinned Jimmy Jack Funk with a flying back elbow at 5:30; after the bout, Mulligan was interviewed at ringside by Monsoon & Resnick (12/6/86; Boston Garden)
- SD Jones pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 8:25 with a backslide (12/6/86; Boston Garden)
- King Harley Race pinned Pedro Morales with his feet on the ropes at 8:43 (12/6/86; Boston Garden)
- Dick Slater pinned Steve Lombardi with a butterfly suplex (12/6/86; Boston Garden)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) pinned Cpl. Kirchner at 3:32 with a back suplex and a fast count from the referee after Johnny V distracted Kirchner from the ring apron (12/6/86; Boston Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated Adrian Adonis via count-out at 7:34 after Adonis ran into the ring post while on the ring apron (12/6/86; Boston Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) at around 6:30 with a boot to the face and the legdrop; late in the bout, Hercules applied his backbreaker submission on the champion but released the hold, thinking Hogan had submitted (Wrestling Superheroes) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 11/15/86; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)

12/30/86:
- Jose Luis Rivera pinned Steve Lombardi with a backslide at 2:37 (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Roma pinned Terry Gibbs with a sunset flip from the top rope at 9:22 (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Cpl. Kirchner & Dick Slater when Neidhart pinned Kirchner after the Hart Attack at 12:36 (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)
- The Honkytonk Man pinned Sivi Afi with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll at 7:02; the match was set for earlier in the evening but Honky attacked his opponent prior to the bout, thus forcing it to be rescheduled for later in the card; after the bout, Honky stayed at ringside, dancing for the fans until Tito Santana came out for his match, where he was attacked from behind by Honky with Santana’s knee clipping the ring steps (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tito Santana at 15:40 after Santana was distracted by Heenan at 15:40; Heenan was introduced prior the match beginning before rejoining Gorilla Monsoon at the announce table; originally the match ended at 12:46 after Heenan left the commentary position and rang the timekeeper’s bell while Santana had the figure-4 applied on Herc, attempting to confuse referee Dick Kroll that the time-limit had expired but the referee ruled there was still time left in the match (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)

1987


1/5/87:
- Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) defeated the Islanders when Beefcake pinned Tama at 13:13 after Valentine dropped Tama crotch first on the top rope behind the referee’s back; during the match, Johnny V briefly joined Monsoon and Hayes at ringside (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts fought Tito Santana to a time-limit draw at 17:25; the bell rang as Santana had the figure-4 applied and Roberts grabbed for his snake bag while the hold was applied (11/26/86; Houston, TX; Summit)
- King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Sivi Afi at the 37 second mark with the cradle suplex (WWF Superstars - 12/9/86; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Adrian Adonis, Bret Hart, & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Mike Rotundo, Danny Spivey, & SD Jones at 3:34 when Jones submitted to Adonis' sleeper as the other four men were battling in the ring (Wrestling Challenge - 12/10/86; Tucson, AZ; Community Center)
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 7:06 when Fuji interfered as Jim had the bearhug applied on Muraco and attacked Jim with his cane, while ripping his overalls at the same time; Muraco came to the ring wearing a kilt and to Roddy Piper's music (Best of the WWF Vol. 11) (11/24/86; Madison Square Garden)

1/14/87 - included Blackjack Mulligan as a guest of the Snake Pit (1/6/87; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena):
- Greg Valentine pinned Dick Slater at 13:05 after sending Slater into the corner; Slater had his feet on the ropes during the cover but the referee didn't see it (1/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Sivi Afi pinned Frenchy Martin at 6:50 with a sunset flip over the top rope (1/5/87; Meadowlands Arena)
- Sika pinned Cpl. Kirchner at 7:47 with a diving headbutt (1/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Islanders at 11:17 when Bret pinned Tama after Neidhart clotheslined Tama into the ring while he was hooked on the top rope (11/16/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid via disqualification at the 3-mintue mark in a non-title match when referee Danny Davis disqualified the champions because Smith chased Slick backstage with Matilda after Slick interfered and hit Dynamite with the cane (WWF Superstars - 12/9/86; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 9:40 when Heenan interfered as Haynes had the full nelson applied; after the bout, Haynes applied the hold to Heenan until Race made the save (1/5/87; Meadowlands Arena)

1/19/87 - included Salvatore Bellomo as a guest of the Snake Pit (1/6/87; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena):
- Don Muraco pinned Lanny Poffo at 6:47 with a powerslam after kicking out of Poffo's moonsault (1/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Dan Spivey pinned Jimmy Jack Funk at 7:05 with a reverse roll up (1/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Blackjack Mulligan pinned Brutus Beefcake at 2:17 with a flying back elbow; early in the bout, Greg Valentine was sent backstage after he and Beefcake both attacked Mulligan in the ring (1/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Jim Neidhart via disqualification at 6:56 when Neidhart twice shoved down the referee; after the bout, Neidhart continued to attack his opponent until Hillbilly sent him out of the ring (1/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Mike Rotundo pinned Pete Doherty with an airplane spin; after the bout, Rotundo was attached by Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake, until Dan Spivey made the save (1/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Tama pinned Scott McGhee with a flying bodypress (1/3/87; Boston Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff (w/Bobby Heenan) in a steel cage match at 10:42 by exiting over the top after hitting the legdrop on the challenger and sending an interfering Heenan into the cage; both men simultaneously left the cage from opposite sides of the ring earlier in the bout and the winner was inconclusive so the match continued (Hulkamania 2, Saturday Night's Main Event: The Greatest Hits, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/14/86; Hartford, CT; Civic Center)

1/26/87:
- Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) defeated Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey at 17:21 when Valentine hit Spivey with a double axe handle as Spivey had Beefcake covered, with Beefcake scoring the pin (1/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) pinned Scott McGhee with a back suplex at 5:54 (1/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Paul Roma pinned Barry O at 6:28 with a powerslam (1/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Don Muraco fought Koko B. Ware to a 20-minute time-limit draw (1/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith & the Junkyard Dog (sub. for Dynamite Kid) defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart at 14:44 when JYD pinned Bret after Smith reversed Bret's small package behind the referee's back; after the bout, referee Danny Davis was upset with himself for giving Bret a fast count, as he thought JYD was the one being pinned; after the bout and after Matilda chased the heels from the ring, JYD invited a few kids into the ring to dance with him but instead was mobbed by about 40 fans, forcing security to escort JYD backstage and get everyone out of the ring (1/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)

2/2/87 - special 100th episode:
- Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated George Steele via disqualification at 6:00 when Steele swung a steel chair at the referee; before the bout, Heenan tore up a poster of Miss Elizabeth, distracting George during the match as he attempted to put the remains back together; after the match, Orndorff attacked Steele and was about to hit him with the chair but Steele blocked the move and chased Orndorff away with it (Best of the WWF Vol. 12) (1/19/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Ron Bass pinned SD Jones at 6:56 with the Pedigree (Bass' MSG debut) (1/19/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Tiger Chung Lee pinned Jerry Allen at 7:34 with an elbow drop after Allen missed a crossbody (1/19/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Brad Reinghans pinned Frenchy Martin with a diving shoulderblock from the middle turnbuckle at 16:49 (Rheingans' debut) (1/19/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Danny Spivey, Mike Rotundo, & Blackjack Mulligan defeated Ron Bass, Jimmy Jack Funk, & the Gladiator when Mulligan pinned the Gladiator with a flying back elbow at 3:33 (WWF Superstars - 1/5/87; Meadowlands Arena)
- Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik (w/ Slick) defeated the Islanders when Sheik pinned Tama at 2:14 after Slick interfered and hit Tama with his cane as the referee tried to get Haku and Volkoff out of the ring (Wrestling Challenge - 1/6/87; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jim Parks via submission with the full nelson at 1:27; after the bout, Heenan challenged Billy Jack Haynes to break out of the hold but, after coming to the ring, Haynes was attacked by Hercules and had the hold applied on him after pushing Heenan (WWF Superstars - 1/5/87; Meadowlands Arena)
- The Junkyard Dog defeated King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 6:00 when Heenan interfered and attacked JYD after the Dog put on Race's crown and robe; moments later, JYD fought off a double team from Race and Heenan, knocking Heenan to the floor and accidentally headbutting referee Danny Davis when Race moved out of the way (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/14/86; Hartford, CT; Civic Center)

2/13/87:
- Billy Jack Haynes (sub. for the Dynamite Kid) & WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 9:26 when Bret submitted to Haynes' full nelson; Danny Davis was the original referee for the bout but was knocked out late in the contest, with another referee coming to the ring to stop the match (1/19/87; Madison Square Garden)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Cpl. Kirchner with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll at 5:13 (12/14/86; Hartford, CT; Civic Center)
- Blackjack Mulligan pinned Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) at the 33-second mark with a flying back elbow; prior to the bout, Mulligan attacked Volkoff as he was singing the Russian National Anthem; after the contest, Volkoff attacked Mulligan until he was sent from the ring (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid to win the titles at 2:57 following a double DDT and the Hart Attack on Davey Boy Smith; Smith wrestled the entire match by himself after Dynamite was knocked out before the bout began by Jimmy Hart's megaphone; Danny Davis was the referee for the bout and spent the duration of the match checking on the Dynamite Kid as the challengers illegally double teamed Smith (The Hart Foundation) (WWF Superstars - 1/26/87; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Roddy Piper via count-out at 3:35 after spraying perfume into Piper's eyes (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/14/86; Hartford, CT; Civic Center)
- Lanny Poffo pinned the Red Demon at 14:38 with a somersault splash off the top (1/19/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Bruno Sammartino via count-out at 6:01 after hitting the challenger with a chair on the floor; during the bout, Savage sent Elizabeth backstage; after the contest, Sammartino attacked Savage and trapped him in the bearhug until several referees and wrestlers were able to pull him off the champion (1/3/87; Boston Garden)

2/16/87:
- King Kong Bundy defeated Pete Doherty via disqualification at 3:02 after Doherty hit Bundy with a steel chair (2/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) pinned SD Jones at 7:29 with the side suplex; during the bout, Johnny V briefly joined the commentary team (2/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Koko B. Ware pinned the Red Demon at 9:52 with a missile dropkick (2/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Sika with a roll up at 4:06 after Sika hit the corner; after the match, Sika threw Steamboat from the ring (2/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Tama pinned Frenchy Martin with a flying bodypress after crawling under the ring and coming out the opposite side; during the bout, Slick did guest commentary alongside Gorilla Monsoon and Ken Resnick (2/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Haku pinned Terry Gibbs at 4:28 with a diving headbutt from the middle turnbuckle (2/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Billy Jack Haynes at around the 10-minute mark after Paul Orndorff interfered and hit a double axe handle off the top onto Haynes, who had the full nelson applied, as Heenan distracted the referee; prior to the match, Orndorff was introduced to the crowd before going backstage; during the match, Heenan joined the commentary team to discuss his association with Andre the Giant (2/7/87; Boston Garden)

2/23/87:
- Kamala (w/ the Wizard & Kimchee) pinned George Steele at 4:30 with a splash off the top; after the bout, Steele sustained a second splash and was taken backstage on a stretcher (11/16/86; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jose Luis Rivera pinned Terry Gibbs at 7:57 with a sunset flip out of the corner (1/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 9:40 when Heenan interfered as Haynes had the full nelson applied; after the bout, Haynes applied the hold to Heenan until Race made the save (1/5/87; Meadowlands Arena)
- Cowboy Lang pinned Lord Littlebrook with a spinning roll up (6/14/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Blackjack Mulligan pinned Jimmy Jack Funk with a flying back elbow at 2:31 (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/14/86; Hartford, CT; Civic Center)
- The Islanders defeated Joe Mirto & Al Navarro when Tama pinned Navarro with a splash off the top; during the bout, a fan attempted to enter the ring but was pulled away by security after climbing on the apron (2/17/87; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned King Kong Bundy with a powerslam at 6:11 after the challenger hit the corner; prior to the bout, Bobby Heenan escorted Bundy to the ring and then returned backstage (Hulkamania 2) (10/12/85; Boston Garden)

3/2/87:
- Sika pinned Moondog Spot at 6:56 with a Samoan Drop (2/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Ron Bass pinned SD Jones at 6:53 with a flying back elbow (2/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Cpl. Kirschner pinned Johnny K-9 (sub. for Butch Reed) with a Samoan Drop at 11:11; prior to the bout, Slick came to the ring and announced that Reed would not be able to compete because he was suffering from the flu; Kirschner then chased Slick backstage (2/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 1:55 when Heenan interfered as Bundy was caught in the full nelson; after the match, Hercules helped in double teaming Haynes (WWF Superstars - 2/16/87; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Rick Martel, Tom Zenk, & Lanny Poffo defeated Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart), Brutus Beefcake, & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) at 3:34 when Martel pinned Beefcake with a roll up after Adonis accidentally cut some of Beefcake's hair (WWF Superstars - 2/16/87; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Pedro Morales at 4:29 with his feet on the ropes after the momentum of a crossbody by Morales put Orndorff on top (2/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) in a non-title match at 7:37 after Blair - the illegal man - pinned Bret with a sunset flip off the top after the Bees used their masks to switch places in the ring (2/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)

3/9/87:
- Outback Jack pinned Barry O with a bulldog at 3:33 (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Sika at 4:51 with a roll up following a dropkick to the back after sliding under the ring and coming out the other end; after the bout, Sika attacked Koko and threw him out of the ring (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Tito Santana fought Butch Reed (w/ Slick) to a double disqualification at 12:10 when, as Slick attempted to interfere with his cane, Koko B. Ware came out and knocked Slick out of the ring; after the bout, Santana and Koko cleared the ring (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Roma pinned Salvatore Bellomo at 12:23 with a powerslam (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Pedro Morales at 11:58 with his feet on the ropes; Slick did guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Bobby Heenan (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts defeated King Kong Bundy via count-out at 9:17 when Bundy pushed Roberts back inside the ring following a ringside brawl; after the bout, Bundy missed the Avalanche in the corner with Roberts then chasing Bundy, Heenan, and Jimmy Hart - who did guest commentary for the bout - backstage with Damien (Jake "The Snake" Roberts) (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)

3/16/87:
- Jim Duggan pinned Moondog Spot with the running clothesline at 6:22 (3/7/87; Boston Garden)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Tiger Chung Lee & Iron Mike Sharpe at 4:48 when Brunzell pinned Lee with a dropkick (WWF Superstars - 2/16/87; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Ron Bass pinned SD Jones with a flying back elbow at 10:59 (3/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Don Muraco & Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Dan Spivey & Jerry Allen at 11:46 when Orton pinned Allen with the superplex; during the bout, Fuji briefly joined the commentary team; after the contest, Allen was triple teamed until Spivey made the save (3/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Pedro Morales pinned Jimmy Jack Funk with a backbreaker at 7:26 (3/7/87; Boston Garden)
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Judy Martin & Leilani Kai defeated Velvet McIntyre & Angie Minelli at 9:37 when Kai pinned Minelli after a powerbomb from Martin (3/11/87; Columbus, OH; Ohio Center)

3/23/87:
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) via disqualification at 5:35 after Bravo accidentally punched the referee when Hillbilly moved out of the way (3/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Sivi Afi pinned Ivan MacDonald at 5:55 with a diving headbutt (3/16/87; London, Ontario)
- Demolition (w/ Johnny V) defeated Rick Martel & Tom Zenk via count-out at 9:21 after Ax shoved Zenk into the ring-post (3/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- SD Jones pinned the Red Demon with a sunset flip (3/16/87; London, Ontario)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Kamala & Sika (w/ Kimchee) at 7:32 when Brunzell pinned Sika following a dropkick (3/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jose Luis Rivera pinned Johnny K-9 at 5:23 with a dropkick from the middle turnbuckle (3/16/87; London, Ontario)
- Paul Orndorff & King Kong Bundy defeated Don Muraco & Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 6:20 when Orndorff pinned Orton after Muraco accidentally hit his partner with Fuji's cane (3/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)

3/30/87:
- Ron Bass pinned Lanny Poffo at 14:09 with a flying back elbow (3/16/87; London, Ontario)
- Demolition (w/ Johnny V) defeated Jerry Allen & Dan Spivey at 10:48 when Ax pinned Allen with a clothesline (3/16/87; London, Ontario)
- Sivi Afi pinned the Red Demon (Jose Luis Rivera) at 4:45 with a flying bodypress (3/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification at 6:14 after Roberts kneed the referee when the ref attempted to prevent Roberts from grabbing the bag that contained Damien; after the bout, Heenan - who had been chased from ringside earlier - returned to help Bundy out of the ring after recieving the DDT (Jake "The Snake" Roberts) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 2/23/87; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena)
- Blackjack Mulligan & Dan Spivey defeated Salvatore Bellomo & Tiger Chung Lee at 3:55 when Mulligan pinned Lee with a flying back elbow (3/10/87; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Demolition (w/ Johnny V) defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid via disqualification at 4:50 when Smith used a steel chair as a weapon after Johnny V tripped Smith from the apron and Dynamite threw the chair in the ring (3/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)

4/6/87:
- Blackjack Mulligan pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 3:21 with a flying back elbow; Bobby Heenan & Johnny V did commentary for the bout (2/17/87; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Koko B. Ware at 10:45 when Hart grabbed Koko's leg as he attempted a suplex into the ring, with Honky falling on top for the win (3/10/87; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Ron Bass pinned Salvatore Bellomo with a flying back elbow at 3:30 (2/16/87; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Demolition defeated the Islanders when Ax pinned Tama following the Decapitation at 9:11 (Best of the WWF Vol. 13) (2/23/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart in a non-title match at 11:37 when Raymond pinned Bret following a double team move off the top (2/7/87; Boston Garden)

4/13/87:
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau at 14:50 when Bret pinned Jacques with a small package after Davis interfered and reversed the move behind the referee's back; during the bout, Davis briefly joined the commentary team (3/7/87; Boston Garden)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Demolition (w/ Johnny V) at 6:16 when Blair pinned Ax with a sunset flip off the top after the Killer Bees put on their masks to switch places in the ring (3/15/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Koko B. Ware fought Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a time-limit draw at 16:58 (3/16/87; London, Ontario)
- Desiree Peterson pinned Judy Martin at 9:13 with a crossbody, moments after Martin threw her opponent onto the lap of Gorilla Monsoon at ringside, who then placed Peterson back inside the ring (6/22/85; Boston Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated the Junkyard Dog via count-out at 6:29 after JYD chased Savage around the ring; during the bout, Gorilla Monsoon attempted to interview Elizabeth at ringside, but Savage became extremely upset and had a near physical confrontation with Monsoon; after the bout, Savage attacked JYD from behind and was about to use his belt as a weapon but the referee grabbed it away and JYD chased both the champion and referee out of the ring (11/26/86; Houston, TX; Summit)

4/20/87:
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated George Steele via count-out at 4:18 when Honky reentered the ring as Steele was distracted by Hart; after the bout, Steele chased Honky and Hart from the ring (3/21/87; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- Outback Jack pinned the Raider with a bulldog at 1:30 (3/11/87; Columbus, OH; Ohio Center)
- B. Brian Blair pinned Moondog Spot with a sunset flip off the top at 15:09 (7/20/85; Capital Centre)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, & Billy Jack Haynes defeated Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart), Paul Orndorff, & Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) in an elimination match at 18:04; Piper and Adonis fought to a double count-out at 11:25; Hogan pinned Orndorff with a roll up at 15:26; after the fall, Orndorff attacked Hogan; Hercules pinned Haynes with a clothesline out of the corner at 16:23; Hogan pinned Hercules with the leg drop (3/7/87; Boston Garden)

4/27/87:
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Mr. Fuji in a tuxedo match at the 4-minute mark (Best of the WWF Vol. 11) (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Women’s Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned WWF Women’s Tag Team Champion Leilani Kai at 10:10 with a double axe handle and roll up after dropkicking the challenger into the referee (Best of the WWF Vol. 12) (12/26/86; Madison Square Garden)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tom Sharpe at 3:07 with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll (WWF Superstars - 3/21/87; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- George Steele pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 4:37 after hitting him with a foreign object (8/3/85; Boston Garden)
- The Islanders defeated the Gladiator & Moondog Spot when Tama pinned the Gladiator with a splash off the top at 5:28 (2/16/87; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- The Dynamite Kid pinned Bret Hart at 12:25 by blocking a suplex into the ring and reversing it into a roll up; after the bout, Jim Neidhart helped in double teaming Dynamite until Davey Boy Smith made the save (The British Bulldogs) (9/14/85; Capital Centre)

5/4/87 - hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes (sub. for Bobby Heenan):
- George Steele defeated Johnny V (sub. for the Honkytonk Man) (w/ the Honkytonk Man, wearing an arm cast and in a sling) via disqualification at 1:59 when Honky attacked Steele with the cast and choked him with the sling; after the bout, Steele chased both men away (1/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Outback Jack pinned Frenchy Martin with a bulldog at 4:58 (3/14/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Jim Neidhart fought Jim Brunzell to a 20-minute draw (5/19/86; Madison Square Garden)
- Butch Reed (w/ Slick) pinned Dick Slater at 8:17 with his feet on the ropes (3/14/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Paul Roma & Jim Powers at 2:24 when Ax pinned Roma following the Decapitation (Fuji's first appearance at ringside with Demolition) (WWF Superstars - 3/21/87; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- Dino Bravo pinned SD Jones at 3:02 with the side suplex (3/14/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Islanders won a $50,000 tag team battle royal by last eliminating King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd at 10:20; other teams included the Moondogs, SD Jones (sub. for Danny Spivey) & Mike Rotundo, Chief Jay Strongbow & Steve Gatorwolf, WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid, Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart, B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell, the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff, Big & Super Machine, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau, and Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake; order of elimination: the Moondogs were eliminated, SD Jones eliminated by ?, Strongbow eliminated by several wrestlers, Sheik eliminated by a Machine, Hart and Dynamite eliminated each other, Brunzell eliminated by Beefcake, Jacques Rougeau eliminated by Studd via backdrop, Beefcake eliminated by a Machine via backdrop, a Machine eliminated by Bundy via clothesline to the back of the head as the Machine attempted to eliminate Big John Studd, Studd eliminted after Bundy accidentally clotheslined his own partner out of the ring (Even More Unusual Matches) (10/20/86; Madison Square Garden)

5/11/87:
- Davey Boy Smith (w/ the Dynamite Kid) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Bret Hart (w/ WWF Tag Team Champion Jim Neidhart & Jimmy Hart) at 3:44 with the running powerslam after Dynamite and Neidhart began fighting on the floor; after the bout, Danny Davis and Bret double teamed Smith in the ring as Neidhart held Dynamite on the floor (WWF Superstars - 4/23/87; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Paul Roma pinned Steve Lombardi at 9:53 with a sunset flip off the top (3/14/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Sika (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Pete Doherty at 3:07 with the Samoan Drop (5/2/87; Boston Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Hercules via disqualification at 6:14 when the challenger used his steel chain to choke Steamboat out; after the match, Randy Savage went to check on Steamboat - just to hit the flying elbow on the downed champion (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/28/87; South Bend, IN; Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Johnny V via submission with the sleeper at 1:42; after the bout, Beefcake shaved off part of Johnny V's head as he lay unconscious (Beefcake's debut as 'the Barber') (WWF Superstars - 4/23/87; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated George Steele via disqualification at the 23-second mark after Steele attempted to hit Honky with his own guitar but Honky moved out of the way and Steele ended up destroying the guitar on the ring steps (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/87; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- The Iron Sheik, Nikolai Volkoff, & Butch Reed (w/ Slick) defeated Jim Powers, Paul Roma, & Joe Mirto at 2:38 when Reed pinned Mirto with a gorilla press slam; after the bout, Slick sang the Russian National Anthem (WWF Superstars - 4/23/87; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Bob Orton Jr. & Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 10:19 when Muraco & Orton refused to stop double teaming Jacques; after the bout, Raymond made the save and helped in clearing the ring of the opposition (4/23/87; Worcester, MA; Centrum)

5/18/87:
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Johnny V via submission with the sleeper at 3:24; after the bout, Beefcake spraypainted and cut some of Valiant's hair (Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake, Best of the WWF Vol. 12) (5/2/87; Boston Garden)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Sivi Afi at 9:37 by grabbing the tights for leverage after the momentum of a flying bodypress by Afi put Sharpe on top (5/2/87; Boston Garden)
- Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik at 4:45 when Martel pinned Sheik with a roll up as Jim Duggan brawled with Volkoff at ringside (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/28/87; South Bend, IN; Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center)
- Nick Kiniski pinned Frenchy Martin with a German suplex into a bridge at 11:31 (5/2/87; Boston Garden)
- Tito Santana, Davey Boy Smith, & the Dynamite Kid defeated the Gladiator, Jimmy Jack Funk, & Barry O when Santana pinned the Gladiator with the flying forearm at 3:58 (Wrestling Challenge - 3/22/87; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Ken Patera defeated Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan & King Harley Race) via disqualification at 3:12 when Race interfered as Hercules was caught in the bearhug; after the match, Billy Jack Haynes made the save (WWF Superstars - 4/24/87; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated the Islanders at 9:32 when Smash pinned Tama after Ax used Fuji's cane as a weapon (5/2/87; Boston Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Butch Reed (w/ Slick) via count-out in a non-title match at 6:08 when the champion was able to reenter the ring after both men fell to the floor (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/87; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)

5/25/87:
- Jim Powers & Paul Roma defeated Bob Orton Jr. & Don Muraco at 10:31 when Roma pinned Orton after Muraco accidentally reversed a small package, putting Roma on top of Orton for the pin; after the bout, Muraco & Orton attacked their opponents (5/18/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Outback Jack pinned Frenchy Martin with a bulldog at 4:21 (5/17/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Sam Houston pinned Terry Gibbs with a bulldog at 7:53 (5/18/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Jimmy Jack Funk & Tiger Chung Lee at 4:10 when Raymond pinned Funk following the double team move off the top (5/13/87; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Cpl. Kirschner at 13:05 with a backbreaker (5/17/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Tito Santana fought Butch Reed (w/ Slick) to a time-limit draw at 18:17; after the bout, Reed continued to attack Santana until Santana hit the flying forearm and cleared Reed from the ring (5/12/87; Anaheim, CA; Convention Center)

6/1/87:
- Don Muraco pinned Lanny Poffo with the tombstone at 6:50 (5/17/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Islanders defeated Rick Martel & Tom Zenk via count-out at 3:52 when Zenk failed to return to the ring after sustaining a bodyslam and a diving headbutt on the floor from Tama; mid-way through the bout, Bobby Heenan came ringside and later was revealed to be the Islanders' new manager (WWF Superstars - 5/12/87; Anaheim, CA; Convention Center)
- Sam Houston pinned Johnny K-9 with a bulldog at 7:41 (5/17/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated the Shadows at 13:46 when Powers scored the pin as Roma held the other Shadow's foot from the outside (5/16/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Angie Minnelli after reversing a powerslam into a small package (5/16/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Ron Bass pinned Jesse Cortez at 3:08 with the Pedigree (5/13/87; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Mr. Fuji) with the legdrop at around the 9-minute mark; during the bout, the top rope broke when Hogan sent Orton into the corner (WWF Superstars - 5/12/87; Anaheim, CA; Convention Center)

6/8/87:
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Frankie Laine with a running powerslam at 4:42 (5/17/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated the Shadows at 16:53 when Powers scored the pin with a crossbody as Roma held the other Shadow's foot, preventing him from getting back into the ring (5/9/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Lanny Poffo pinned Dave Barbie with a moonsault at 8:05 (5/18/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Sam Houston pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a bulldog at 5:03 (5/16/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Outback Jack pinned Frenchy Martin with a bulldog at 4:21 (5/17/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Billy Jack Haynes (sub. for Jake Roberts) pinned the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 13:28 after Honky collided with Hart on the ring apron (5/9/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)

6/17/87:
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Cpl. Kirchner at 10:17 with a backbreaker (5/9/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) defeated Paul Roma & Jim Powers at 4:21 after Bravo hit Powers with a clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 5/13/87; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena)
- Pedro Morales pinned Steve Lombardi at 5:44 with a backbreaker (5/9/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Tim Patterson via submission with the sleeper at 2:40 (WWF Superstars - 5/12/87; Anaheim, CA; Convention Center)
- Don Muraco & Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Cpl. Kirchner & Sivi Afi when Muraco pinned Afi with the tombstone at 7:17 (5/13/87; San Diego, CA; Sports Arena)
- The Crush Girls (Chigusa Nagayo & Lioness Asuka) defeated Judy Martin & Donna Christianello at 15:33 when Asuka pinned Christianello following a giant swing (3/8/86; Boston Garden)
- Kamala (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) defeated George Steele via count-out at the 6-minute mark when Steele chased Kimchee backstage with Fuji's cane; after the bout, Steele returned to the ring, cleared the ring, and put on Kimchee's hat (5/9/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)

6/22/87:
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WWF IC Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title at 3:53 by reversing an inside cradle and grabbing onto the bottom rope for leverage (Best of the WWF Vol. 13) (WWF Superstars - 6/2/87; Buffalo, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated the Shadows at 18:30 when Martel scored the pin with a crossbody; after the bout, Bobby Heenan left the commentary table and confronted Martel & Zenk, saying they wouldn't have won the match had they been wrestling the Islanders; Martel then told Heenan to bring the Islanders out then and there but as Haku & Tama tried to come to the ring, they were held back by officials and referees (6/14/87; Madison Square Garden)
- The Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Paul Roma & Jim Powers at 19:14 when Tama pinned Powers with a splash off the top (Best of the WWF Vol. 13) (6/14/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Billy Jack Haynes (sub. for Koko B. Ware), Davey Boy Smith, & the Dynamite Kid defeated Danny Davis, WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart at 18:08 when Dynamite pinned Bret with a diving headbutt after being thrown by Smith (6/14/87; Madison Square Garden)

6/29/87:
- Brad Rheingans pinned Terry Gibbs at 8:49 with a rolling cradle (6/1/87; Kitchener, Ontario; Memorial Coliseum)
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 8:10 after making Sharpe hit himself with his own loaded forearm; after the bout, Sharpe began arguing with the referee until he was sent out of the ring by an atomic drop from Jim (6/1/87; Kitchener, Ontario; Memorial Coliseum)
- The Junkyard Dog pinned Terry Gibbs at 1:43 with the powerslam (JYD's return following WrestleMania) (WWF Superstars - 6/2/87; Buffalo, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- Lanny Poffo pinned Frenchy Martin at 4:42 with a moonsault; during the bout, Bobby Heenan left the commentary table (6/6/87; Boston Garden)
- Jose Estrada pinned Sivi Afi after reversing a bodypress at 9:45 (6/6/87; Boston Garden)
- Jim Powers & Paul Roma defeated the Shadows at 13:15 when Roma scored the pin with a flying bodypress (6/1/87; Kitchener, Ontario; Memorial Coliseum)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) in a non-title match at 4:18 when Blair pinned Bret with a sunset flip following a mask switch, moments after Davis was escorted backstage by security for interfering (WWF Superstars - 6/2/87; Buffalo, NY; Memorial Auditorium)

7/6/87:
- Killer Khan (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Outback Jack at 2:10 with a flying kneedrop after spitting green mist into his opponent's face (WWF Superstars - 6/23/87; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Tiger Chung Lee pinned Brad Rheingans at 5:51 with the tombstone (6/6/87; Boston Garden)
- The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Eric Cooper at 2:30 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, Mr. T did guest commentary and confirmed that he was the new enforcer of the WWF (WWF Superstars - 6/2/87; Buffalo, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- SD Jones pinned Pete Doherty at 6:42 after throwing him off the top rope (6/6/87; Boston Garden)
- Hillbilly Jim defeated Steve Lombardi via submission with the bearhug at 7:23 (6/28/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Johnny V via submission with the sleeper at 4:51; after the bout, Beefcake cut some of his opponent's hair before dying it pink (6/28/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- King Kong Bundy pinned Cpl. Kirchner at 3:07 with a clothesline and elbow drop (6/28/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Billy Jack Haynes defeated Ron Bass via disqualification at 10:06 after Bass used his whip, Miss Betsy, as a weapon and shoved the referee to the mat (6/28/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)

7/13/87:
- WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated George Steele via count-out at 3:36 after Steele chased Hart backstage; after the bout, Steele returned to the ring, attacked the champion with his own guitar, and then smashed it (6/24/87; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Outback Jack pinned Jose Estrada with a bulldog at 4:47 (6/14/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Orndorff (sub. for the Iron Sheik) fought Billy Jack Haynes to a time-limit draw at 21:01; the bell rang just as Haynes applied the full nelson (6/20/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Hillbilly Jim (w/ Little Beaver) pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 6:54 by hitting Sharpe with his own forearm after Sharpe became distracted from chasing Beaver around ringside (6/3/87; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- The Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Scott Casey & Jim Powers at 5:35 when Haku pinned Powers after diving headbutts from both Islanders (6/23/87; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau in a non-title match at 8:35 when Hart pinned Jacques following a clothesline from Neidhart (6/28/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)

7/20/87:
- Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) defeated Sivi Afi & Lanny Poffo at 3:32 when Poffo submitted to Valentine's figure-4; during the bout, an insert promo from Johnny V was shown in which he claimed he would be the one to manage 'Bam Bam'; after the bout, Brutus Beefcake - who did guest commentary for the contest - came to the ring and cut some of Valentine's hair as he still had the figure-4 applied (WWF Superstars - 6/23/87; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Outback Jack pinned Jose Estrada with a bulldog at 8:24 (6/20/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Jumping Bomb Angels defeated WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Judy Martin & Leilani Kai in a non-title match at 11:09 when Kai was pinned with a sunset flip from the middle turnbuckle (6/24/87; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers (sub. for Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty) defeated the Shadows at 14:28 when Roma made the pin with a sunset flip off the top rope (High Flyers) (6/20/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Demolition defeated B. Brian Blair & SD Jones (sub. for Jim Brunzell) at 9:44 when Smash pinned Jones after Ax hit a clothesline as Jones had a sleeper applied (6/1/87; Kitchener, Ontario; Memorial Coliseum)
- Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) defeated Billy Jack Haynes via disqualification at 4:33 after Haynes stole Slick's cane, broke it over Volkoff's back, and chased both men backstage (6/3/87; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)

7/27/87:
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Sivi Afi at 2:17 with the flying elbow drop (Wrestling Challenge - 6/24/87; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- The One Man Gang pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 4:11 with the front suplex; Johnny V did guest commentary for the bout (7/11/87; Boston Garden)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) pinned Scott Casey with the side suplex at 5:59; Jimmy Hart did guest commentary for the bout (7/11/87; Boston Garden)
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Jerry Allen with the superplex at 6:26 (7/11/87; Boston Garden)
- Paul Roma pinned Shadow #1 at 8:54 with a sunset flip off the top (7/11/87; Boston Garden)
- Jim Powers pinned Shadow #2 with a reverse sunset flip at 11:07 (7/11/87; Boston Garden)
- Tito Santana pinned Don Muraco (sub. for Butch Reed) at 8:22 with a sunset flip out of the corner; after the bout, and against the wishes of Bob Orton Jr. who came ringside after the bout, Muraco shook Santana's hand for being the better man; Orton then left ringside disgusted while Muraco soon followed as the two continued to argue (7/11/87; Boston Garden)

8/3/87 - included Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth as guests of the Snake Pit (6/23/87; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena):
- Rick Rude defeated Jerry Allen via submission with a backbreaker at 7:12 (7/25/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Outback Jack pinned Johnny K-9 at 3:13 with the bulldog (6/28/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Johnny V (sub. for Greg Valentine) via submission with the sleeper at 3:26; after the bout, Beefcake cut Johnny V's hair before sprying him with orange spray (7/11/87; Boston Garden)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) pinned Brady Boone at 10:46 with the side suplex (7/25/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Tito Santana pinned Nikolai Volkoff ataround the 8-minute mark with a small package after hitting the flying forearm; after the bout, Ron Bass attacked Santana until Outback Jack made the save (7/25/87; Madison Square Garden)
- The Junkyard Dog & Rick Martel defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 12:23 after JYD sustained the Hart Attack with Bret coming off the top (7/15/87; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)

8/10/87:
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Brady Boone at 4:19 with the flying elbow drop (Wrestling Challenge - 7/16/87; Lake Placid, NY; Olympic Center)
- Butch Reed pinned Hillbilly Jim at 10:58 with a flying clothesline and using Hillbilly's overalls for leverage during the cover (7/25/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Judy Martin & Leilani Kai defeated the Jumping Bomb Angels at 10:33 when Kai pinned Itsuki Yamazaki following a powerbomb from Martin (7/16/87; Lake Placid, NY; Olympic Center)
- Hercules fought Billy Jack Haynes to a 20-minute time-limit draw (6/14/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid when Bret pinned Smithat around the 10-minute mark after Neidhart swept Smith's legs out from under him as the challenger attempted to suplex Hart into the ring; after the bout, the Bulldogs cleared the ring of the champions and Jimmy Hart (7/25/87; Madison Square Garden)

8/17/87 - included Craig DeGeorge conducting an interview with Sir Oliver Humperdink, where Humperdink said the manager in the WWF he couldn't stand the most was Bobby Heenan; moments later, Heenan came out and insulted Humperdink, resulting in Humperdink shoving him off the platform (Humperdink's debut) (8/4/87; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum):
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) via reverse decision in a non-title match; the champions originally won the match when Bret pinned Roma with his feet on the ropes at 2:56 but Mr. T, acting as the enforcer of the WWF, overruled the pinfall (WWF Superstars - 7/15/87; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Killer Khan pinned Lanny Poffo with a flying kneedrop from the middle turnbuckle at 7:02 (7/18/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 11:11 with a missile dropkick (7/18/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Ron Bass pinned Sonny Rogers with the Pedigree at 1:59 (8/5/87; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Bob Orton Jr. defeated George Steele via disqualification at 3:03 after Steele hit Orton with a chair inside the ring, knocking him to the floor, and attempted to hit him a second time but missed and hit the ringpost (8/4/87; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Rick Rude pinned Scott Casey at 11:44 with a slingshot suplex (7/18/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Junkyard Dog fought the One Man Gang (w/ Slick) to a double disqualification at 6:32 when the referee was knocked down as both men were fighting over Slick's cane (8/5/87; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)

8/24/87:
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Shadows when Raymond scored the pin after a double team move off the top at 6:24 (8/4/87; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Outback Jack (sub. for Chavo Guerrero) with the front suplex at 6:04 (7/18/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Chris Curtis pinned Mr. Washington (sub. for Ted Dibiase) with a backbreaker at 1:05 after Dibiase paid off Washington with $5000 to take his place for what would have been his WWF in-ring debut; after the match, Dibiase and Virgil attacked Washington and stole back the money (Most Embarrassing Moments) (Wrestling Challenge - 8/5/87; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- The Junkyard Dog fought Ron Bass to a double count-out at 8:07 (8/4/87; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) pinned Jerry Allen with a backbreaker at 6:55 (8/5/87; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Rick Martel pinned Barry Horowitz with a crossbody from the middle rope at 2:29; after the bout the Islanders came to ringside and attacked Martel until Tito Santana, who was doing guest commentary at the Spanish announce table, made the save (WWF Superstars - 8/4/87; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Butch Reed (w/ Slick) pinned Jim Evans with a gorilla press slam at 2:35; after the bout, Reed called out Superstar Billy Graham who then came ringside and sent Reed and Slick out of the ring (WWF Superstars - 8/4/87; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Brutus Beefcake at around 11:30 with a knee lift to the back as Beefcake was distracted by Heenan on the ring apron; after the bout, Beefcake put Heenan in the sleeper and was about to cut his hair before Race pulled his manager from the ring (8/5/87; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)

8/31/87 - hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes (sub. for Bobby Heenan):
- Paul Orndorff pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 8:57 with a clothesline (8/15/87; Boston Garden)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned Sivi Afi at 6:28 after applying the Million $ Dream, then letting go to gain the pinfall; after the bout, Dibiase paid a woman $300 to kiss his foot (8/15/87; Boston Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Johnny V & Dino Bravo at 8:28 when Raymond pinned Johnny V after Bravo accidentally hit a legdrop on his partner while preventing a cover (8/15/87; Boston Garden)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Brady Boone at 9:34 after knocking Boone out with a loaded forearm (8/15/87; Boston Garden)
- Bruno Sammartino, Jake Roberts, & Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man, WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) in an elimination match at 15:05; Roberts was counted-out at 7:04 after Honky hit him with Jimmy Hart's megaphone on the floor; Santana pinned Bret with the flying forearm at 10:11; Neidhart pinned Santana at 12:19 after Jimmy Hart tripped him from the outside; Sammartino pinned Neidhart at 14:02 after Jimmy Hart accidentally hit him with the megaphone; Bruno pinned Honky with a knee to the head (8/15/87; Boston Garden)

9/17/87:
- Demolition defeated the Junkyard Dog & George Steele via disqualification at 6:10 when Steele hit Smash with a steel chair after the JYD was relentlessly double teamed (George 'The Animal' Steele) (8/22/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Lanny Poffo (sub. for Chavo Guerrero Sr.) pinned Jose Estrada at 7:42 with a somersault splash off the top (8/22/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Rick Rude defeated SD Jones via submission with a backbreaker at 10:22; after the bout, Greg Valentine came to the ring and congratulated Rude; moments later, Brutus Beefcake came out and interrupted Rude as he was posing, with an upset Rude then having to be held back by several referees (8/15/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 2:44 with the flying elbowsmash (WWF Superstars - 8/26/87; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- Outback Jack & SD Jones defeated Rudy Ryder & Darrell Nickell at 3:46 when Jack pinned Nickell with a bulldog (8/26/87; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) at the 4-minute mark with a flying headbutt (Bigelow's TV wrestling debut) (WWF Superstars - 8/26/87; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 9:13 when Hart entered the ring with Honky's guitar as the champion was caught in the figure-4 (8/26/87; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)

9/24/87:
- Don Muraco fought Ron Bass to a double disqualification at 9:23 when referee Dick Worley was knocked down as he tried to step in between the two (9/16/87; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Steve Lombardi pinned Sivi Afi at 8:32 when the momentum of a crossbody by Afi put Lombardi on top; during the bout, Pete Doherty joined the commentary team at ringside, with Lord Alfred Hayes handing over his headset and leaving ringside; during the bout, Doherty noted that his match from earlier in the evening was his last and he had retired after finally picking up a win (9/12/87; Boston Garden)
- Scott Casey & SD Jones defeated the Shadows at 11:39 when Jones scored the pin with a roll up after one Shadow accidentally hit the other (9/12/87; Boston Garden)
- Pete Doherty pinned Lanny Poffo at 10:07 with a backbreaker after Doherty lifted his knees to block a moonsault; prior to the bout, Doherty attacked Poffo from behind as he was reading a poem (9/12/87; Boston Garden)
- King Harley Race, Hercules, Rick Rude, & King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Brady Boone, Dusty Wolfe, Rudy Ryder, & SD Jones at 3:50 when Bundy pinned Ryder with an elbow off the middle turnbuckle (Wrestling Challenge - 8/25/87; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- George Steele defeated King Harley Race via disqualification when Hercules interfered at 4:02; after the match, Scott Casey, Lanny Poffo, PaulRoma, and Jim Powers attempted to make the save but were beaten down by Race, Hercules, and King Kong Bundy until Bam Bam Bigelow evened the odds (George 'The Animal' Steele) (9/16/87; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)

10/1/87:
- George Steele defeated Sika via disqualification at the 3-minute mark after Sika used a steel chair as a weapon; after the match, Steele chased his opponent backstage with the chair (George 'the Animal' Steele) (9/21/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Scott Casey with the superplex at 13:02 (9/20/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) defeated Paul Roma & Jim Powers at 11:21 when Valentine pinned Roma following an elbow to the head by Bravo (9/20/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF Women's Champion Sherri Martel pinned Velvet McIntyre at 3:35 in a non-title match by reversing a roll up and using the tights for leverage (Wrestling Challenge - 9/16/87; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- King Harley Race pinned Hillbilly Jim with a diving headbutt off the top at 8:37 (9/21/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned Jacques Rougeau at 8:27 with a roll up after Jacques became distracted by Virgil on the ring apron; after the bout, Dibiase offered to pay a kid in the audience $300 to do a certain amount of push ups only to deny him the money; moments thereafter, Jim Duggan came out, attacked Dibiase, and he and the kid left with the money; the post-match altercation was not televised (9/16/87; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)

10/8/87:
- Paul Orndorff (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Dave Wagner at 2:54 with the piledriver; during the bout, Rick Rude & Bobby Heenan appeared at the interview platform, with Rude posing in an attempt to distract Orndorff (WWF Superstars - 9/15/87; Peoria, IL; Civic Center)
- SD Jones pinned Steve Lombardi at 8:16 with a roll up (9/20/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Tiger Chung Lee pinned Brad Rheingans with a shoulderbreaker at the 5-minute mark (9/21/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Scott Casey pinned Steve Lombardi with a bulldog at 11:32; Bobby Heenan did guest commentary for the bout (9/21/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Ron Bass pinned Lanny Poffo at 5:13 with the Pedigree; Sir Oliver Humperdink did guest commentary for the bout alongside Bruce Prichard & Mike McGuirk (9/15/87; Peoria, IL; Civic Center)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Oliver Humperdink) pinned Shadow 1 at 1:24 with a slingshot splash into the ring (Wrestling Challenge - 9/16/87; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau fought Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo to a time-limit draw at 16:52 as Valentine had the figure-4 applied on Jacques; after the bout, the Rougeaus cleared the ring of their opponents (9/21/87; Madison Square Garden)

10/15/87:
- Sika pinned SD Jones at 5:40 with a Samoan Drop; Jimmy Hart did guest commentary for the bout with Bruce Prichard and Mike McGuirk (9/15/87; Peoria, IL; Civic Center)
- George Steele defeated Brian Costello via submission with the flying hammerlock at 1:33; Sir Oliver Humperdink did guest commentary for the bout with Bruce Prichard and Mike McGuirk (9/15/87; Peoria, IL; Civic Center)
- Outback Jack pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 3:06 with a bulldog (9/18/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Tito Santana & Rick Martel defeated Tiger Chung Lee & Barry Horowitz at 3:33 when Santana pinned Horowitz with the flying forearm (WWF Superstars - 9/15/87; Peoria, IL; Civic Center)
- Scott Casey pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 9:01 with a bulldog (9/18/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Barry Horowitz pinned Lanny Poffo with a side Russian legsweep at 12:34 (9/18/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell at 13:28 when Bret pinned Brunzell after Neidhart swept Brunzell's legs out from under him as he attempted to suplex Hart into the ring (9/18/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)

10/22/87:
- Paul Orndorff (w/ Oliver Humperdink) defeated Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 6:23 when Rick Rude interfered and prevented the pinfall after Orndorff hit the piledriver; after the bout, Rude attacked Orndorff, threw him to the floor, and posed until Orndorff scared him from the ring with Humperdink's cane; moments later, Orndorff grabbed the mic and challenged Rude to come back out to the ring (Best of the WWF Vol. 14) (10/6/87; Milwaukee, WI; Mecca)
- King Kong Bundy pinned Sivi Afi at 3:04 after hitting the Avalanche (10/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Tito Santana (w/ Rick Martel) fought Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan & Tama) to a double disqualification at 6:42 when Tama and Martel both interfered on behalf of their partners; after the bout, Santana & Martel cleared the ring of the opposition (Best of the WWF Vol. 15) (10/6/87; Milwaukee, WI; Mecca)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Dave Wagner at 4:57 when Powers pinned Wagner with a powerslam (10/6/87; Milwaukee, WI; Mecca)
- Don Muraco pinned Kimchee at 4:22 with the tombstone (Kimchee's last appearance for nearly 5 years) (10/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Billy Jack Haynes pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 5:27 with a roll up (10/16/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) fought Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid to a double disqualification at 8:58 after Dynamite and Bravo shoved the referee down; after the bout, Smith chased Bravo & Johnny V backstage with Matilda, with Valentine jumping off the ramp instead after he began kicking at Matilda; Billy Red Lyons did guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Johnny V (10/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)

10/29/87 - included an interview with Ted Dibiase & Virgil, where Dibiase offered $500 to a young boy named Shaun to bounce a basketball 15 times in a row; just as Shaun bounced it 14 times, Dibiase kicked the ball away and paid him nothing (10/6/87; Milwaukee, WI; Mecca):
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Sika at 6:48 with the slingshot splash after Sika ran into the corner (10/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Jim Duggan pinned Johnny K-9 at 2:42 with the running clothesline (10/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick) defeated Lance Allen & Sonny Rogers at 4:49 when Zhukov pinned Allen with a diving headbutt (10/6/87; Milwaukee, WI; Mecca)
- Butch Reed (w/ Slick) pinned Superstar Billy Graham at 6:06 with his feet on the ropes after Graham punched Slick off the ring apron; Sir Oliver Humperdink did guest commentary for the bout, replacing Johnny V (10/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Ken Patera, Billy Jack Haynes, & Don Muraco defeated the Islanders & Bob Orton Jr. when Muraco pinned Orton at 13:37 after an attempted superplex failed when Patera hit Orton with his cast and Muraco fell on top for the win (10/7/87; Green Bay, WI; Veterans Memorial Arena)

11/5/87:
- Sam Houston pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 10:38 with a bulldog; Jimmy Hart did guest commentary for the bout alongside Bruce Prichard and Mike McGuirk (10/28/87; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick) pinned Hillbilly Jim at 11:14 with a running knee to the back after Jim became distracted by Slick on the ring apron; Jim used his song "Waking up Alone" from the Piledriver album as his theme music for the bout; Sir Oliver Humperdink did guest commentary for the match, replacing Johnny V (10/11/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell in a Best 2 out of 3 falls, 2-1, at 17:49; fall #1: Ax pinned Blair at 8:59 after raising his knees as Blair came off the top; fall #2: Brunzell pinned Smash at 10:39 with a dropkick; fall #3: Smash pinned Brunzell after Ax clotheslined Brunzell using Fuji's cane as he stood on the apron (10/9/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)

11/12/87:
- WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Hillbilly Jim at 7:20 with a roll up and using the challenger's overalls for leverage after Jim missed a charge into the corner (10/9/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Outback Jack pinned Jose Estrada at 9:32 with a powerslam; Bobby Heenan provided commentary for the bout and, afterwards, introduced Bockwinkel to fill in for Heenan for the remainder of the show (10/16/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 3:35 with the slingshot splash (10/9/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned the Junkyard Dog at 10:01 by using the tights for leverage when Dibiase attempted to slam JYD into the ring, with JYD falling on top but the momentum rolling Dibiase over for the win (Best of the WWF Vol. 14) (10/7/87; Green Bay, WI; Veterans Memorial Arena)
- Bob Orton Jr. pinned Scott Casey with the superplex at 13:02 (9/20/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Tito Santana & Rick Martel defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) to win the titles at 9:08 when Neidhart submitted to Martel's Boston Crab after sustaining a double bodyslam; after the bout, the new champions were interviewed backstage, celebrating with WWF President Jack Tunney, Bam Bam Bigelow, Hillbilly Jim, and the Junkyard Dog (Best of the WWF Vol. 15) (WWF Superstars - 10/27/87; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)

11/19/87:
- Boris Zhukov pinned SD Jones at 5:28 with a headbutt to the chest after Jones ran into the ringpost (10/9/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated Gino Carabello & Tom Barnett at 6:01 when Powers pinned Carabello with a powerslam (10/27/87; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Jim Duggan pinned Bob Orton Jr. at 4:42 with a small package after hitting him with the 2x4 behind the referee's back (11/1/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Don Muraco pinned Sika at 3:06 with a Thesz Press (11/6/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- WWF Women's Champion Sensational Sherri pinned Debbie Combs by reversing an airplane spin into a small package (11/1/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Superstar Billy Graham defeated Butch Reed (w/ Slick) via disqualification at 2:25 when the One Man Gang interfered as Graham had Slick in the bearhug; after the bout, OMG hit three splashes on Graham's injured hip before Don Muraco made the save; as Muraco was brawling with Reed, OMG hit another splash on Graham outside the ring; this incident is credited as ending Graham's wrestling career (WWF Superstars - 10/27/87; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid at 9:37 when Neidhart pinned Smith after Bret hit Smith with a double axehandle from the middle turnbuckle as Smith had a sleeper applied on Neidhart; Bobby Heenan did guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Pete Doherty (11/6/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)

11/26/87:
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Rip Oliver with a gorilla press slam at 4:58; Bobby Heenan did guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Doherty (11/6/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov defeated Jim Powers & Paul Roma at 12:43 when Zhukov pinned Powers with a diving headbutt (11/7/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Frenchy Martin pinned SD Jones at 9:46 after reversing Jones' small package into one of his own and grabbing the tights for leverage (9/18/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Brady Boone pinned Jose Estrada at 9:44 by reversing a backdrop attempt into a roll up (10/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Dan Spivey pinned Sam Houston with a reverse neckbreaker (11/6/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Scott Casey pinned Barry Horowitz with a bulldog (11/6/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Ron Bass via count-out at 6:53 after shoving Bass into the steel ring post as both men were brawling on the floor; after the bout, Bass attacked Steamboat and attempted to use his whip, Miss Betsy, as a weapon but Steamboat dropkicked him to the floor (Best of the WWF Vol. 14) (10/28/87; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)

11/30/87:
- Hercules pinned Ivan Putski with a backbreaker at 5:45 (11/7/87; Boston Garden)
- Frenchy Martin pinned Lanny Poffo at 4:17 with a flying clothesline (11/1/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jake Roberts pinned Sika at 7:33 with a roll up after Sika hit the corner (11/1/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo defeated Paul Roma & Jim Powers at 15:19 when Bravo pinned Roma following a back suplex (11/1/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Lanny Poffo & Jerry Allen at 1:50 when Bret pinned Allen following the Hart Attack (WWF Superstars - 11/17/87; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Sam Houston pinned Barry Horowitz at 8:12 with a bulldog (10/9/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- King Harley Race pinned the Junkyard Dog at 7:52 when JYD fell backwards over the referee who had been knocked down while attempting a powerslam (11/1/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)

12/10/87:
- Brutus Beefcake fought Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double disqualification at 6:11 when the referee was shoved down as both men were fighting; after the bout, Valentine applied the figure-4 until Beefcake grabbed his hedge clippers to clear Valentine from the ring; moments later, Beefcake was helped from the ring by several referees (WWF Superstars - 11/17/87; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Jerry Allen defeated Pete Doherty via disqualification at 7:23 when Doherty knocked down the referee with an elbow (10/3/87; Boston Garden)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) pinned Brady Boone at 6:31 with a back suplex after Boone missed a dropkick (11/7/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Frenchy Martin (sub. for Bob Orton Jr.) following a series of clotheslines at 4:38 (Warrior's MSG debut) (11/24/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Hercules pinned the Junkyard Dog at 7:57 by using the ropes for leverage (11/7/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov when Davey pinned Zhukov at 13:59 after Dynamite swept Zhukov's legs out from under him as Zhukov attempted a suplex on Smith into the ring (11/1/87; Maple Leaf Gardens)

12/14/87:
- Jake Roberts pinned Danny Davis with the DDT at 7:22; after the bout, Jake placed Damien on top of Davis and left ringside; moments later, Jimmy Hart came out and helped carry Davis backstage along with several officials (11/24/87; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Judy Martin & Lelani Kai defeated the Jumping Bomb Angels at 13:59 when Kai scored the pin following a powerbomb from Martin; after the bout, the challengers cleared the Glamour Girls and Jimmy Hart from the ring (The Women of the WWF) (11/24/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Evans & Brady Boone at 2:08 when Ax pinned Evans with the Decapitation; after the bout, Demolition threw Boone out of the ring and hit the Decapitation on Evans a second time; after the bout, Boone attempted to make the save but was beaten down until Billy Jack Haynes and Ken Patera made the save (WWF Superstars - 11/17/87; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Boris Zhukov & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick)at 20:26 when Blair, under a mask, pinned Zhukov with a flying bodypress (11/24/87; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) defeated Ivan Putski at 8:14 when the referee called for the bell at 7:37 as Putski was caught in Valentine's figure-4, despite the fact Putski refused to submit (11/7/87; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Killer Khan (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 7:24 with a dropkick and splash (11/7/87; Boston Garden)

12/21/87:
- Hercules pinned the Junkyard Dog at 8:15 with his feet on the ropes (12/11/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Jim Powers & Paul Roma defeated the Conquistadors at 15:41 when Roma scored the pin with a sunset flip off the top (12/12/87; Boston Garden)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 5:31 following a press slam (12/11/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Jim Duggan pinned Rex King at 2:31 with the running clothesline (12/9/87; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Sam Houston via count-out at 4:03 after Davis hit Houston with Hart's megaphone as Houston was distracted by Hart (Wrestling Challenge - 11/18/87; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Evans at the 59-second mark with the cradle suplex (12/9/87; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- The Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tito Santana via count-out at 10:50 when Tama rolled back in the ring after all four men began brawling on the floor (12/9/87; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)

12/31/87:
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Killer Khan (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 4:40 with a roll up after avoiding Khan's attempt at spitting green mist in Savage's face (10/9/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Billy Jack Haynes & Ken Patera defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Van Van Horne at 4:28 when Horne submitted to Haynes' full nelson; after the bout, Demolition came out and attacked Haynes & Patera until the babyfaces eventually cleared the ring by using Mr. Fuji's cane (12/9/87; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Sam Houston pinned Dusty Wolfe at 8:36 with a bulldog (12/11/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Pete Doherty (sub. for Danny Davis) at 7:19 with the Ghostbuster (12/12/87; Boston Garden)
- Greg Valentine defetaed Ken Johnson via submission with the figure-4 at 3:04 (12/11/87; Houston, TX; Sam Houston Coliseum)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid fought the Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a no contest when the Islanders stole Matilda the bulldog and ran backstage with her after attacking the British Bulldogs from behind when they became distracted by Heenan (WWF Superstars - 12/8/87; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Jake Roberts defeated WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 5:25 when the champion used Hart's megaphone as a weapon; after the bout, Roberts attempted to put Damien on Honky after tying him in the ring ropes but after Honky was freed Roberts placed the snake on Hart instead (12/9/87; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)

1988


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

5/16/88:
- Ted Dibiase pinned Don Muraco at 4:10 even though Muraco's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/22/88; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Pete Doherty pinned SD Jones at 5:23 with a roll up (5/7/88; Boston Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Rick Gantner & Tony Leone at 2:26 when Jacques pinned Leone following a double team move off the top; after the bout, the Rougeaus hit the same move on Gantner (WWF Superstars - 4/21/88; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Scott Casey pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a crucifix at 7:49 (5/7/88; Boston Garden)
- Frenchy Martin pinned Jerry Allen at 3:08 with his feet on the ropes for leverage (5/7/88; Boston Garden)
- Hulk Hogan pinned Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick & Nikolai Volkoff) at 1:59 with the legdrop; after the match Nikolai Volkoff and Slick came into the ring, with Volkoff receiving a powerslam and legdrop and Slick an atomic drop to the outside (Hogan’s final appearance until the summer as he was filming ‘No Holds Barred’) (WWF Superstars - 4/21/88; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)

5/23/88:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

12/26/88:
- Harley Race pinned Jim Gorman at 1:46 with a fisherman suplex; prior to the bout, Race did an untelevised promo saying he wanted to regain his throne from King Haku and that Bobby Heenan never visited him or contacted him while he was injured (WWF Superstars - 11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Pete Sanchez & the Gladiator at 3:11 when Michaels pinned Sanchez following a splash from Jannetty's shoulders (12/7/88; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Red Rooster (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Scott Casey via submission with the Scorpion Death Lock at 2:33 (WWF Superstars - 11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Tim Horner at 9:44 with the Perfect Plex (12/3/88; Boston Garden)
- Boris Zhukoff pinned Lanny Poffo at 12:06 with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle (12/17/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned Super Ninja (Rip Oliver) (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 2:09 with the gorilla press / splash combo (Saturday Night's Main Event - 11/16/88; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Bad News Brown pinned Jim Powers at 10:52 with the Ghetto Blaster (12/17/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- Ted Dibiase pinned Koko B. Ware with a small package at 6:20 (12/4/88; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)

1989


1/2/89 - the majority of the show was a 1988 Year in Review special:
- Danny Davis pinned Jim Powers at 6:53 with a reverse roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage (12/6/88; Daytona Beach, FL; Ocean Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Jose Estrada & Iron Mike Sharpe at 3:20 when Jannetty pinned Estrada with a crossbody off the top as Michaels held Estrada up for a suplex (Wrestling Challenge - 12/7/88; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Bret Hart fought Bad News Brown to a time-limit draw at 16:40 (5/7/88; Boston Garden)

1/9/89:
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:38 after Honky knocked Bret out with a guitar shot to the back of the head (WWF Superstars - 12/6/88; Daytona Beach, FL; Ocean Center)
- Ron Garvin pinned Steve Lombardi at 2:38 with a piledriver (Wrestling Challenge - 12/7/88; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Koko B. Ware with the splash at 11:17 (12/17/88; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Paul Roma via submission with the Million $ Dream at 10:01 (1/4/89; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tommy Angel & Rusty Riddle at 2:25 after a double team move off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 10/26/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Tim Horner & George South at 2:21 when Anderson pinned South following a spike piledriver (WWF Superstars - 12/6/88; Daytona Beach, FL; Ocean Center)
- Tito Santana defeated the Red Rooster (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a roll up as the Rooster was busy arguing with Heenan; after the match Heenan slapped Rooster in the face, resulting in Rooster then retaliating (More Saturday Night's Main Event) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/7/88; Tampa, FL; SunDome)

1/16/89 (3.3) - special 200th episode - featured the Red Rooster as an in-studio guest for the show in which Heenan and the Rooster were about to shake hands and go their seperate ways before Steve Lombardi came on the set and hit both the Rooster and Gorilla Monsoon with a stool:
- Ron Bass pinned Jim Powers with the Pedigree (1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Tim Horner pinned Barry Horowitz at 8:20 with a reverse roll up (12/30/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Neidhart pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a powerslam (1/4/89; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Greg Valentine pinned Ron Garvin at 17:09 with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage as Garvin argued with the referee after the referee took Valentine's shinguard from him when Garvin attempted to use it as a weapon; after the bout, Garvin used the weapon to clear Valentine from the ring (Garvin's MSG debut) (12/30/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Koko B. Ware at 3:04 with the Perfect Plex (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/7/88; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Jacques Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 9:09 when Raymond ran to the ring and interfered as Jacques was caught in the sleeper, moments after Jacques collided with Hart on the ring apron; after the bout, Beefcake scared all three out of the ring with his cutting shears (Best of the WWF Vol. 18) (1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)

1/23/89 (3.8):
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) fought Ron Garvin to a double count-out at 6:56 when both men were brawling on the floor (1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Tom Stone & Jerry Price at 3:07 when Luke pinned Price following the double gutbuster (the Bushwhackers' debut on Superstars) (WWF Superstars - 1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated Jim Powers & Paul Roma at 12:14 when Blanchard, the illegal man, pinned Powers with a sunset flip off the top and a clothesline from Anderson (Best of the WWF Vol. 18) (11/6/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 2:51 with the Perfect Plex (Wrestling Challenge - 1/4/89; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Barry Horowitz via submission with the Boston crab at 2:44 (Martel's return match after being injured since June 88) (WWF Superstars - 1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- The Blue Blazer & Koko B. Ware defeated Danny Davis & Jose Estrada at 9:55 when Blazer pinned Estrada with a splash off the top (High Flyers) (1/4/89; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) defeated Akeem (w/ Slick) via disqualification in a non-title match at 6:24 when the Big Bossman interfered after Savage hit the flying elbowsmash; after the bout, Hulk Hogan made the save and bodyslammed both of the Twin Towers (WWF Superstars - 1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)

1/30/89:
- Sam Houston (sub. for Rick Martel) pinned Danny Davis at 9:39 with a bulldog (1/23/89; Madison Square Garden)
- The Brooklyn Brawler (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Reno Riggins at 2:24 with the superplex (Lombardi's debut as the Brawler) (WWF Superstars - 1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned the Blue Blazer at 8:06 with the splash (1/13/89; Boston Garden)
- Ron Garvin pinned John Zeigler at 2:51 with a piledriver (1/4/89; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Tim Horner pinned Jose Estrada at 8:15 with a reverse roll up into a bridge (1/23/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Neidhart pinned Jerry Price at the 56-second mark with the powerslam (WWF Superstars - 1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Ron Bass at 6:35 with a roll up after Bass became distracted by Brutus Beefcake at ringside and brawled with him on the floor before Beefcake pushed him back inside the ring (1/23/89; Madison Square Garden)

2/6/89:
- The Red Rooster defeated Danny Davis via submission at 6:47 with a hammerlock as Davis was on his back (1/29/89; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Rick Allen at 2:13 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Allen to the top rope and beat him with the nightstick (WWF Superstars - 1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Mr. Perfect fought Rick Martel to a time-limit draw (1/16/89; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Rick Rude pinned Brutus Beefcake at 8:16 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and holding onto the top rope for leverage (1/29/89; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- Sam Houston pinned Barry Horowitz with a bulldog (1/29/89; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned King Haku with a splash at 7:15 (The Ultimate Warrior) (1/29/89; Los Angeles, CA; Sports Arena)

2/13/89:
- Bret Hart pinned Darryl Peterson at 3:23 following a double axehandle off the top (1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Bad News Brown pinned Koko B. Ware at 7:35 with the Ghetto Blaster (1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Barry Horowitz & Jose Estrada when Jannetty pinned Horowitz at 6:53 after a Rocket Launcher (1/25/89; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Rick Rude pinned Hillbilly Jim with the Rude Awakening at the 8-minute mark (1/23/89; Madison Square Garden)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukoff at 3:10 when Butch pinned Zhukov following a double gutbuster (WWF Superstars - 1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Big John Studd defeated the Black Knight & Jim Atkinson in a handicap match at 1:53 when Atkinson submitted to a bearhug; after the bout, Studd fought off an attack from the Knight and put him in the hold as well; during the bout, Jesse Ventura left the commentary position and interviewed WWF World Champion Randy Savage regarding Hulk Hogan's challenge to a title match, with Savage saying he would "think about it" and give his answer the following week (WWF Superstars - 1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Louie Spiccoli at the 4-minute mark with the side kick to the face (1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect defeated Brutus Beefcake via count-out at 9:29 when Perfect came off the apron with a double axe handle as Beefcake was distracted by Ron Bass at ringside, who attempted to steal Beefcake's scissors (Best of the WWF Vol. 19) (1/23/89; Madison Square Garden)

2/20/89 - 3-hour "Face-to-face" special (3.6) - featured a series of "Face to Face" podium interviews, conducted by Vince McMahon, between several men scheduled to face one another at WrestleMania V; these included WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition / the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji); Hercules / King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan); Jake Roberts / Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) / Big John Studd; Ron Garvin / Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin); WWF Women's Champion Rockin Robin / Sensational Sherri - in which they discussed who would win the Hulk Hogan / WWF World Champion Randy Savage match; the Red Rooster / Bobby Heenan (w/ the Brooklyn Brawler); the Bushwhackers / Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart); WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior / Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan); and Hulk Hogan / WWF World Champion Randy Savage (2/15/89; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena):
- The Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) defeated Ricky Ataki & Mark Ming when Akeem pinned Ming with the splash at 3:44; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Ataki and Ming to each other and beat them with the nightstick (1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Boris Zhukov at 8:58 with a missile dropkick (2/11/89; Boston Garden)
- Ron Bass pinned Paul Roma with the Pedigree at 8:50 (2/11/89; Boston Garden)
- Bad News Brown pinned Pete Doherty (sub. for Rick Martel) with the Ghetto Blaster at 4:58 (2/11/89; Boston Garden)
- Jim Powers pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a powerslam at 11:06 (2/11/89; Boston Garden)
- Jim Neidhart defeated the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 3:19 when Greg Valentine interfered; after the bout, Bret Hart made the save, with he and Neidhart eventually clearing the ring of the opposition (Wrestling Challenge - 1/25/89; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty fought Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a no contest when both teams began brawling around the ring prior to the bell (WWF Superstars - 1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- The Brooklyn Brawler (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Omar Atlas at 3:10 after sending Atlas face-first to the mat from the middle rope (1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 8:16 when Mr. Fuji threw powder in Ax' eyes after Ax attacked the challengers with Fuji's cane behind the referee's back; after the bout, the Powers of Pain further attacked the champions (Best of the WWF Vol. 19) (2/3/89; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center)

2/27/89 (3.5):
- Brutus Beefcake fought Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) to a double count-out at 3:52 when both men began brawling on the floor; after the bout, Beefcake cut some of Frenchy Martin's hair before he and Bravo escaped ringside (Wrestling Challenge - 1/25/89; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Ron Garvin fought Ron Bass to a double count-out at 8:20 when both men began brawling on the floor; after the bout, Garvin scared Bass from the ring with his own whip, Miss Betsy (2/16/89; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Louie Spicolli & Ricky Ataki at 2:38 when Anderson pinned Spiccoli following the spike piledriver behind the referee's back (Wrestling Challenge - 1/25/89; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Barry Horowitz at 2:20 with a boot to the face; prior to the bout, Jim danced with Mike McGuirk at ringside (2/16/89; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Tito Santana & Jim Powers in a handicap match at 3:45 by pinning Powers with an elbow drop; during and after the bout, Jake Roberts was heard speaking over the PA, saying both he and Damien were watching Andre (WWF Superstars - 1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect defeated the Red Rooster via count-out at 2:25 after the Rooster left the ring to fight with the Brooklyn Brawler, who came ringside with Bobby Heenan moments earlier; after the bout, Rooster sent Perfect out of the ring with a punch (WWF Superstars - 1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- The Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Sam Houston & Stephen DeLeon at 2:41 when the Barbarian pinned DeLeon with a clothesline off the top as the Warlord held DeLeon in the air (1/25/89; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Hercules defeated Lou Fabiano via submission at 2:14 with the backbreaker (WWF Superstars - 1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Rick Martel fought King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a 20-minute draw as Martel attempted to apply the Boston Crab; after the bout, Martel cleared Haku from the ring with two dropkicks (2/20/89; Madison Square Garden)

3/6/89 (3.6):
- The Red Rooster defeated Tim Patterson via submission at 3:09 with the chickenwing (1/25/89; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Omar Atlas at 2:23 with the side kick to the face (1/25/89; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Big John Studd defeated Chris Duffy & Mitch Carey in a handicap match at 2:36 when Duffy submitted to a bearhug (Wrestling Challenge - 2/16/89; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) pinned Sam Houston at 5:33 with the side suplex (7/14/88; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Paul Brown & Rex Farmer at 4:10 when Brown submitted to Valentine's figure-4, applied while wearing the Heartbreaker shin guard (WWF Superstars - 11/15/88; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- The Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) defeated two unknowns at 2:03 when Akeem scored the pin with a splash; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed the other opponent to the top rope and hit him with the nightstick (WWF Superstars - 2/15/89; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Bad News Brown pinned Scott Casey at 11:30 with the Ghetto Blaster (8/6/88; Boston Garden)
- Rick Rude pinned Koko B. Ware at 9:25 with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, Rude taunted the crowd and looked for a woman to give the Rude Awakening kiss to until Jake Roberts appeared and chased him backstage (5/7/88; Boston Garden)

3/13/89 (3.7):
- The Blue Blazer pinned Barry Horowitz with a splash off the top at 11:15 (9/11/88; Meadowlands Arena)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Terry Daniels & Bert Centeno at 3:11 when Anderson pinned Centeno following a spike piledriver behind the referee's back (WWF Superstars - 2/15/89; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Hillbilly Jim & Sam Houston defeated Gene Ligon & George South at 7:02 when Houston pinned South with a bulldog (8/23/88; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- The Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) defeated Gary Wolfe & Tony Durante at 2:59 when Akeem pinned Durante following a splash; after the bout, Wolfe was handcuffed to the top rope by Bossman and beaten with the nightstick (Wrestling Challenge - 2/16/89; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Bret Hart pinned Danny Davis with the piledriver at 9:35 (7/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated David Stoudimiere & George Evans at 2:30 when Raymond pinned Stoudimiere following the double team move off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 2/16/89; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Conquistadors at 12:13 when Michaels scored the pin with a splash from Jannetty's shoulders (9/29/88; Madison Square Garden)

3/20/89 (3.0):
- Jake Roberts pinned Boris Zhukov with the DDT at 6:44 (3/8/89; Odessa, TX; County Coliseum)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tim Horner & Jim Evans at 5:49 when Evans submitted to Valentine's figure-4 (3/7/89; El Paso, TX; Convention Center)
- King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Causey at 1:17 with a side kick to the face (WWF Superstars - 2/15/89; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) defeated Tito Santana via count-out at 13:20 when Santana attacked Martin on the floor (8/24/88; Hartford, CT; Civic Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 5:47 when Andre the Giant interfered and attacked Beefcake on the floor, with Jake Roberts then coming out to make the save; moments later, Beefcake attempted to make the save for Jake as he was double teamed by Andre and Rude inside the ring but, after clearing Rude from the ring, was beaten down by Andre until Big John Studd came out and had a staredown with Andre from the floor until Jake threw Damien in the ring to scare Andre from ringside (Saturday Night's Main Event - 2/16/89; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Bret Hart fought Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) to a double count-out at 15:59 when both men began brawling on the floor (Best of the WWF Vol. 19, The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be) (3/8/89; Odessa, TX; County Coliseum)

3/27/89 (3.8):
- The Bushwhackers defeated Danny Davis & Jose Estrada at 4:51 when Butch pinned Estrada following the double gutbuster (3/8/89; Odessa, TX; County Coliseum)
- The Brooklyn Brawler (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Paul Roma when the momentum of a flying bodypress by Roma put Brawler on top (3/7/89; El Paso, TX; Convention Center)
- Hercules defeated Tim Patterson via submission with the backbreaker at 2:11 (WWF Superstars - 3/7/89; El Paso, TX; Convention Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 10:43 after Blanchard pulled the top rope down from the outside, causing Michaels to fall out to the floor (3/8/89; Odessa, TX; County Coliseum)

4/3/89 - this was a Coliseum Video preview show, hosted by Tony Schiavone & Sean Mooney:
- Jim Duggan pinned Boris Zhukov at 2:25 in a flag match with the running clothesline ("Hacksaw" Jim Duggan) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 11/16/88; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Bad News Brown pinned Bret Hart at 6:26 with a roll over and holding onto the tights for leverage; after the bout, Jim Neidhart came to the ring to argue the decision, allowing Bret to sneak up on Bad News from behind and throw him into the ring where Neidhart quickly sent him back to the floor (WrestleFest '88 - 7/31/88; Milwaukee, WI; County Stadium)
- Tito Santana defeated the Executioner (Buddy Rose) via submission with the figure-4 (WrestleMania - 3/31/85; Madison Square Garden)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Koko B. Ware with the sidewalk slam at 5:57 (Summer Slam 88 - 8/29/88; Madison Square Garden)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Jacques Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 9:09 when Raymond ran to the ring and interfered as Jacques was caught in the sleeper, moments after Jacques collided with Hart on the ring apron; after the bout, Beefcake scared all three out of the ring with his cutting shears (Best of the WWF Vol. 18) (1/3/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior, the Blue Blazer, Jim Brunzell, Sam Houston, and Brutus Beefcake defeated the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart), Greg Valentine, Ron Bass, Bad News Brown, and Danny Davis; Beefcake defeated Davis with the sleeper; Bad News pinned Brunzell with the Ghetto Blaster after Brunzell hit the corner; Bad News was counted-out when he walked out of the match following a confrontation with Valentine; Bass pinned Houston by blocking a monkey flip out of the corner and hitting a running powerslam; Valentine defeated the Blazer with the figure-4 after Honky pushed Blazer off the top; Beefcake fought Honky to a double count-out when they fell through the ropes as Beefcake had the sleeper applied; Warrior pinned Bass with a running double axe handle; Warrior pinned Valentine with a running double axe handle (Survivor Series '88 - 11/24/88; Richfield, OH; Richfield Coliseum)
- Bret Hart pinned Steve Lombardi with a piledriver at 1:48; early in the match, Bret sent Jimmy Hart backstage (Brains Behind The Brawn) (WWF Superstars - 5/10/88; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Conquistadors at 2:14 when Bret scored the pin following the Hart Attack; after the bout, Jimmy Hart - who had watched the match from the interview platform - promised the Harts would not win the tag team titles at Summer Slam before Bret & Neidhart chased him backstage (Brains Behind The Brawn) (WWF Superstars - 8/3/88; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- WWF Women's Champion Rockin' Robin pinned Judy Martin at 6:24 with a crossbody off the middle turnbuckle; before the match, Sensational Sherri challenged the winner to a title match; Sherri did guest commentary for the bout (Royal Rumble '89 - 1/15/89; Houston, TX; Summit)
- WWF World Championship Tournament Opening Round: Jake Roberts fought Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a 15-minute time limit draw (WrestleMania IV - 3/27/88; Atlantic City, NJ; Convention Center)

4/10/89 (3.4):
- The Barbarian (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Chuck Williams at 2:26 with a clothesline off the top (4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Steve Stone via submission with the sleeper at 2:31 (WWF Superstars - 3/7/89; El Paso, TX; Convention Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 3:48 with the flying forearm; during the bout, Rick Martel briefly appeared at ringside and distracted Santana (4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated the Conquistadors at 13:19 when Roma scored the pin with a missile dropkick (3/18/89; Madison Square Garden)
- The Brooklyn Brawler (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Terry Daniels at 3:58 after sending Daniels face-first to the mat from the middle turnbuckle (4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Intruder & the Black Knight at 4:26 when Bret pinned the Intruder following the Hart Attack (3/7/89; El Paso, TX; Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Ron Garvin at 14:21 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Garvin put Perfect on top for the pin (3/18/89; Boston Garden)

4/17/89 (3.0):
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Boris Zhukov at 5:01 with a boot to the face; prior to the bout, Jim danced with ring announcer Mike McGuirk at ringside (4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- The Warlord (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Ricky Ataki at the 2-minute mark with the running powerslam (3/8/89; Odessa, TX; County Coliseum)
- Jake Roberts pinned Dusty Wolfe at 2:53 with the DDT (WWF Superstars - 3/7/89; El Paso, TX; Convention Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Tim Horner & Jeff Gaylord (Wrestling Challenge - 3/8/89; Odessa, TX; County Coliseum)
- The Red Rooster defeated Steve Sharkey via submission with an elevated chickenwing at 2:09 (WWF Superstars - 3/7/89; El Paso, TX; Convention Center)
- The Big Bossman & Akeem defeated Stephen DeLeon & Scott Casey (Wrestling Challenge - 3/8/89; Odessa, TX; County Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Lou Fabiano & Tom Stone at 2:45 when Butch pinned Fabiano following the double gutbuster (WWF Superstars - 3/7/89; El Paso, TX; Convention Center)
- Hercules fought Bad News Brown to a double count-out (3/18/89; Madison Square Garden)

4/24/89:
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Sam Houston & Scott Casey at 6:43 when Blanchard pinned Casey with the slingshot suplex (10/6/88; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Blue Blazer pinned Jose Estrada at 7:37 with a moonsault (10/5/88; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- The Honkytonk Man defeated an unknown (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Max McGiver & John Wise (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Tim Horner at 9:44 with the Perfect Plex (12/3/88; Boston Garden)
- Ron Garvin pinned Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 2:14 after reversing Valentine's figure-4 attempt into a small package; after the bout, Tony Schiavone interviewed Valentine at ringside, with Valentine stating he would put his career on the line if he couldn't beat Garvin the next time they wrestled; as the show came to a close, Schiavone interviewed both Valentine and Garvin backstage, with Garvin accepting the challenge and Valentine's added stipulation that he put his own career on the line as well (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Rick Martel (w/ Slick) defeated Terry Daniels via submission with the Boston Crab at 1:39; prior to the bout, Slick introduced Martel as his latest protege (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- King Haku pinned Hillbilly Jim with a diving headbutt at 12:07; prior to the bout, Hillbilly danced with ring announcer Mel Philips at ringside (10/10/88; Boston Garden)

5/1/89:
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated George South & Boris Zhukov at 4:04 when Jannetty pinned South following a double flying dropkick off the top, with only Michaels landing his (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Jose Luis Rivera with the Perfect Plex at 6:11 (12/4/88; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Jim Neidhart pinned Tony Suber with the powerslam at 1:44 (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Koko B. Ware & Scott Casey when Raymond pinned Casey at 6:44 following a double team move off the top (12/6/88; Daytona Beach, FL; Ocean Center)
- Jake Roberts pinned Chris Duffy with the DDT at 2:40 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Rick Mitchell & Jim Chappel at 1:37 when Ax pinned Mitchell following the Decapitation (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Hercules via disqualification at 3:24 in a non-title match when Hercules shoved the referee and brought his chain into the ring after chasing Heenan around ringside (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Brian Johnson at 1:41 with the side suplex (Bravo's first appearance with Jimmy Hart as his manager) (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- The Warlord defeated Mark Ming (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- The Red Rooster defeated Mike Williams via submission with the chicken wing at 1:31 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Ron Garvin with a small package at 3:27; due to pre-match stipulations, Garvin could no longer wrestle in the WWF; had Valentine lost, he would no longer have been able to wrestle in the WWF either; after the bout, Tony Schiavone interviewed Valentine and Hart at ringside (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)

5/8/89 (2.9) - included Tito Santana as a guest of the Brother Love Show (4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium):
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Chuck Williams at 1:52 with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Bad News Brown pinned Tony Roy at 1:21 with the Ghetto Blaster; after the bout, Brown further attacked his opponent and threw him from the ring (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Big John Studd defeated King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 2:19 when Andre the Giant interfered; after the bout, Jim Duggan made the save with his 2x4 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Paul Roma pinned Boris Zhukov at 12:21 with a powerslam (4/24/89; Madison Square Garden)
- The Red Rooster defeated Iron Mike Sharpe via submission with an elevated chicken wing at 1:54; Ron Garvin made his debut as a referee for the bout and, after the contest, punched Sharpe after Sharpe pushed him (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated George Skaaland & Paul Smith at 1:51 when Raymond pinned Skaaland with a superkick (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Jake Roberts defeated Virgil (sub. for Ted Dibiase who was suffering from the flu) with the DDT at 1:39; after the bout, Roberts gave out a handful of cash to the fans at ringside after taking the money from Virgil's tights; moments thereafter, Dibiase came ringside and attacked Roberts, applying the Million $ Dream; it was this incident which was credited with putting Roberts out of action with a fractured disc in his neck, however he was out of action due to legal issues dealing with charges of assault (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- The Blue Blazer pinned Gary Royal at 2:13 with a crossbody off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 4/5/89; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Gene Ligon & Mark Brown at 2:02 when Anderson pinned Ligon following a spike piledriver behind the referee's back (WWF Superstars - 4/4/89; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Hercules fought the Barbarian (w/ Mr. Fuji) to a double count-out at 7:25; after the bout, Hercules broke Fuji's cane over the Barbarian's back (4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)

5/15/89 (2.8):
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Tony Leone via submission with the sleeper at 2:16; Ron Garvin was the referee for the bout (WWF Superstars - 4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Warlord (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Tim Horner at 3:19 with a powerslam after catching Horner coming off the top (4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at around the 5-minute mark in a non-title match after the referee was knocked out and Honky hit Ax with Hart's megaphone; Ron Garvin came to the ring as a referee to make the disqualification call (Demolition) (Wrestling Challenge - 4/25/89; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- The Genius defeated Jim Powers (Lanny Poffo's debut as the Genius) (4/22/89; Boston Garden)
- Bret Hart pinned Dave Wagner at 2:23 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle; recently reinstated Danny Davis was the referee for the bout (Wrestling Challenge - 4/25/89; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Bad News Brown pinned Tom Stock with the Ghetto Blaster at 1:58; Danny Davis made his return as a referee for the bout, with Vince McMahon stating that Davis was placed on probation status after surrendering his contract to be a wrestler (WWF Superstars - 4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) defeated Jim Merkel & Kevin Michaelson at 1:43 when Akeem pinned Michaelson with a splash following the sidewalk slam from Bossman; prior to the Twin Towers' entrance, Zeus made an appearance and scared both ring announcer Howard Finkel as well as the enhancement talent from the ring before leaving ringside; after the bout, Merkel was handcuffed to the top rope and beaten with Bossman's nightstick (WWF Superstars - 4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Al Burke at 2:08 with the press slam / splash combo; after the bout, Warrior carried his opponent backstage (WWF Superstars - 4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated Koko B. Ware & the Blue Blazer at 7:07 when Anderson pinned Blazer following a spike piledriver behind the referee's back (4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Jim Duggan pinned King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) with the running clothesline at 3:29 to win the crown; after the bout, Heenan ran backstage with the robe and crown - unwilling to let Duggan have them (Best of the WWF Vol. 20) (WWF Superstars - 4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)

5/22/89 (2.9):
- Koko B. Ware pinned Boris Zhukov with a missile dropkick and a fistdrop at 5:09 (5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Evans with the Rude Awakening at 1:25; after the bout, Rude rejected a woman that was brought into the ring for him to kiss, saying he didn't want to kiss anyone (WWF Superstars - 4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Barry Horowitz pinned Dusty Wolfe at 10:20 with a flying back elbow from the middle turnbuckle (5/13/89; Boston Garden)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Scott Colton with the side suplex at 2:39 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/25/89; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- The Red Rooster pinned the Brooklyn Brawler (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 4:51 with a roll up as the Brawler began arguing with referee Ron Garvin; after the bout, Brawler attacked Garvin with Garvin quickly clearing him from the ring (WWF Superstars - 4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Coliseum Video Corner: Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Tito Santana & Rick Martel at 9:16 following the spike piledriver on Santana after Martel walked out of the match following a miscommunication (Strike Force's reunion match after 10 months) (WrestleMania V - 4/2/89; Atlantic City, NJ; Convention Center)
- The Warlord (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Paul Roma with a powerslam at 4:39 (5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty fought Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a no contest when Michaels was assaulted with Hart's megaphone during a brawl on the floor before the match began, causing Michaels to bleed from the mouth; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone interviewed Jimmy Hart & the Rougeaus regarding the Rockers' theme music, with Raymond Rougeau then claiming the Rockers were copycats for singing their theme song as well and saying they worth worthy enough to wrestle the Rougeaus, resulting in Michaels & Jannetty going out to the floor to start the fight (Wrestling Challenge - 4/25/89; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Jim Powers at 5:52 with the Perfect Plex (5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)

5/29/89:
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Scott Colton via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:59 (WWF Superstars - 4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Evans at 3:09 with the side kick to the face (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Rick Martel (w/ Slick) pinned Tim Horner at 7:43 with a kneedrop off the top (5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Tom Stone via submission with the sleeper at 1:59 (WWF Superstars - 5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Powers at 12:19 with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll (5/1/89; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Coliseum Video Corner: Jake Roberts (w/ Cheryl Roberts) defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 7:22 when Heenan climbed in the ring and kicked Roberts as Roberts began ripping off Rude's tights, which featured Cheryl's face, after hitting the DDT; after the bout, Andre the Giant came to the ring and threw Roberts to the floor before going over to check on Rude with Heenan; moments later, Roberts took Damien out of his snake bag and scared Andre with it before throwing it on Andre, with Andre then falling down and clutching his chest; after Andre passed out, Jake held Damien in the air as he stood over Andre's body (Best of the WWF Vol. 18) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 10/25/88; Baltimore, MD; Arena)
- Bret Hart pinned Randy Spear with the piledriver at 2:28; Ron Garvin was the referee for the bout (WWF Superstars - 4/26/89; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Red Rooster defeated Richard Charland via submission with an elevated chicken wing at 9:44 (5/1/89; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Bad News Brown & the Brooklyn Brawler defeated the Blue Blazer & Hillbilly Jim at 5:30 when Brown pinned the Blazer with the Ghetto Blaster (5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)

6/5/89 (2.7):
- King Jim Duggan pinned Dave Wagner with the running clothesline at 1:49; after the bout, a brawl errupted involving Bobby Heenan, Duggan, Haku, Andre the Giant, and Big John Studd, with Duggan and Studd eventually clearing the ring of the opposition (WWF Superstars - 5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Lance Allen with the Perfect Plex at 2:16 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- The Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) defeated Jerry Lynn & Ray Brown at 2:20 when Akeem pinned Brown with a splash; after the bout, Lynn was handcuffed to the top rope and beaten with the nightstick (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Bad News Brown & the Brooklyn Brawler at 5:41 following the battering ram and a double gutbuster on the Brawler as Bad News was arguing with several ringside fans; after the bout, Bad News hit the Ghetto Blaster on his partner (SuperTape) (5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Red Tyler with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll at 1:37 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Jim Powers pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 10:34 with a powerslam (5/8/89; Meadowlands Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Todd Becker & Fuller Stevens at 2:15 when Ax pinned Becker following the Decapitation (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Jake Milliman with the flying forearm at 2:24; after the bout, Milliman pushed referee Ron Garvin, with Garvin then knocking Milliman to the mat with a punch (WWF Superstars - 5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Hillbilly Jim at 7:45 with a roll up and grabbing Jim's overalls for leverage; prior to the bout, Hillbilly danced with ring announcer Billy Red Lyons (5/1/89; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)

6/12/89:
- Hercules defeated Harley Manson via submission with the backbreaker at 3:16 (6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned the Blue Blazer at 10:57 by catching him coming off the top rope and slamming him to the mat (Owen Hart's final MSG appearance for 3 and a half years) (4/24/89; Madison Square Garden)
- The Genius pinned Brian Costello at 7:21 with a somersault splash off the top (6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Frankie DeFalco at 1:46 with the Rude Awakening (WWF Superstars - 5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Tim Horner pinned Barry Horowitz at 11:55 with a reverse roll up into a bridge (6/3/89; Boston Garden)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Dusty Wolfe at 1:54 with the gorilla press slam / splash combo; after the bout, Warrior carried his opponent backstage (WWF Superstars - 5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Brutus Beefcake pinned Bad News Brown with a roll up while Bad News argued with the referee (Best of the WWF Vol. 20) (4/22/89; Boston Garden)

6/19/89 (3.4):
- The Warlord (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned the Blue Blazer at 2:14 by catching Blazer coming off the top and hitting a powerslam (6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Dusty Wolfe & Jim Merkel at 3:14 when Luke pinned Merkel following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Red Tyler via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:19 (WWF Superstars - 5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect pinned JT Thomas with the Perfect Plex at 1:52 (WWF Superstars - 5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated Boris Zhukov & Barry Horowitz at 9:01 when Powers pinned Horowitz with a powerslam (6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Rick Martel (w/ Slick) pinned Jerry Lynn at 2:49 with a kneedrop off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Coliseum Video Corner: WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a clothesline after hitting the challenger with his own shin guard (The Ultimate Warrior) (2/3/89; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tim Horner & Chris Zarna at 3:49 when Raymond pinned Zarna following a kneedrop by Jacques as Raymond had a Boston Crab applied (Wrestling Challenge - 6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Butler Stevens at 1:33 with a boot to the face (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Bad News Brown pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the Ghetto Blaster at 4:36 (6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)

6/26/89:
- Mr. Perfect pinned Scott Colton with the Perfect Plex at 1:44 (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Tom Stock via submission with the sleeper at 2:40 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tim Horner & Chris Zarna at 3:49 when Raymond pinned Zarna following a kneedrop by Jacques as Raymond had a Boston Crab applied (Wrestling Challenge - 6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Butler Stevens at 1:33 with a boot to the face (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Barry Windham pinned Frankie DeFalco at 1:39 with the superplex (Windham's return after 4 years; the debut of the Widowmaker gimmick) (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- King Jim Duggan pinned Jim Megan at 1:55 with the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Coliseum Video Corner: WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 8:16 when Mr. Fuji threw powder in Ax' eyes after Ax attacked the challengers with Fuji's cane behind the referee's back; after the bout, the Powers of Pain further attacked the champions (Best of the WWF Vol. 19) (2/3/89; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Barry Horowitz & Tom Stone at 3:19 when Michaels pinned Stone following double flyiing fistdrops (Wrestling Challenge - 6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Sonny Rogers at the 45-second mark with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, the Ultimate Warrior attacked Rude after the champion brought a young lady into the ring and closed his eyes in preparation for her to kiss him (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Tito Santana pinned Dusty Wolfe at 3:04 with the flying forearm; Ron Garvin was the referee (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- The Barbarian (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Tom Stark at 1:46 with a clothesline off the top (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Greg Valentine defeated Jim Neidhart (2/20/89; Madison Square Garden)

7/3/89 (2.7):
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Tom Stock & Eddie Slater at 2:57 when Anderson pinned Slater following a spike piledriver behind the referee's back (WWF Superstars - 5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Jake Milliman & Boris Zhukov at 3:03 when Bret pinned Milliman following the Hart Attack; Ron Garvin was the referee for the bout and knocked Zhukov out following the match after Zhukov shoved him into the ropes (Wrestling Challenge - 6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated JT Thomas via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:21 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Bad News Brown pinned Larry Larson at 2:02 with the Ghetto Blaster (Wrestling Challenge - 6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Hercules defeated Butler Stevens via submission with the backbreaker at 1:56 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- The Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) defeated Jim Evans & Ron Fails at 4:17 when Akeem pinned Evans with the splash after Bossman hit a reverse shoulderbreaker; after the bout, Akeem handcuffed Fails to the ring rope so Bossman could beat him with the nightstick (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Barry Horowitz at 2:59 with the Ghostbuster; Ron Garvin was the referee for the bout (Wrestling Challenge - 5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Coliseum Video Corner: Brutus Beefcake defeated Ron Bass via submission with the sleeper at 7:40 in a hair vs. hair match after avoiding a clothesline (More Saturday Night's Main Event) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 12/7/88; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Tom Stone & Chris Curtis at 2:30 when Ax pinned Curtis following the Decapitation (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Dino Bravo & Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via reverse decision; Bravo pinned Jannetty with a roll over following a clothesline from Valentine behind the referee's back at 11:36 but referee Ron Garvin came ringside after the bout and informed the referee what had taken place - which led to the decision being reversed (SuperTape 2) (6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)

7/10/89 (2.8) - featured Bobby Heenan walking off the set during the middle of the show, and then later returning to announce that he will have his own show starting next week:
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Chris Allen at 2:04 with a splash (6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Greg Evans via submission with the sleeper at 1:26 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Brad Perry defeated Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 2:33 when referee Ron Garvin called for the bell after Bravo continuously picked his opponent up off the mat after gaining a 2-count and then hung Perry in the corner and kicked him in the ribs; after the bout, Garvin attacked Bravo before referees seperated the two (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Barry Hardy & Sonny Austin at 2:25 when Luke pinned Austin following a double gutbuster (WWF Superstars - 6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Al Bermice at 2:19 with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll (WWF Superstars - 6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Koko B. Ware defeated Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via reverse decision; Valentine originally won the match at 4:53 with his feet on the ropes but referee Ron Garvin came down after the match and ruled the pinfall as illegal (6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Tom Stone with the splash off the top at 1:35 (WWF Superstars - 6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Mike Williams at 1:56 with the gorilla press slam and splash; after the bout, Warrior carried his opponent backstage (WWF Superstars - 6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Mario Mancini via submission at 1:24 with Million $ Dream (WWF Superstars - 6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Boris Zhukov at 3:16 with a boot to the face (6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)

7/17/89 (3.5) - featured Roddy Piper's debut as co-host on the show, replacing Bobby Heenan, who debuted his own show - "The Bobby Heenan Show" which aired after the first 90 minutes of Prime Time Wrestling were shown drawing a 3.1 rating:
- Barry Windham pinned Dennis Allen at 1:58 with the superplex; Ron Garvin was the referee for the bout (Wrestling Challenge - 6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Dave Paradise at 3:08 with the Perfect Plex; during the bout, Bobby Heenan left the broadcast booth, saying he had quit; he returned later in the match to state he was getting his own show (Wrestling Challenge - 6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Paul Roma pinned Sandy Beach (7/10/89; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)
- Tito Santana pinned Boris Zhukov with the flying forearm at 3:34 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect fought Hercules to a 15-minute time-limit draw; the bell rang as Hercules applied the backbreaker submission (7/10/89; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)

7/24/89 (3.9) - included the second edition of the Bobby Heenan Show (2.5):
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Jim McPherson at 1:26 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Dusty Rhodes came into the ring and stole the nightstick from Slick before the Bossman could attack his opponent with it and then attacked Bossman with nightstick as Slick attempted to hit Rhodes with the handcuffs (WWF Superstars - 6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Barry Horowitz & Dave Coleman at 2:48 when Bret pinned Coleman following the Hart Attack (WWF Superstars - 6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Rick Martel (w/ Slick) pinned Don Champ at 3:50 with a kneedrop off the top (6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- The Genius pinned Jose Luis Rivera with a somersault splash off the top (7/10/89; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Gladiator & Sandy Beach at 3:09 when Luke pinned the Gladiator following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- The Red Rooster defeated Jim Chapel via submission at 1:44 with an elevated chickenwing (Wrestling Challenge - 6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Durante at 1:17 with the Rude Awakening (WWF Superstars - 6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Bad News Brown pinned Koko B. Ware at 7:35 with the Ghetto Blaster (1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)

7/31/89 (3.8) - included the third edition of the Bobby Heenan Show (3.7):
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 3:14 with a flying crossbody after referee Ron Garvin punched Valentine (Wrestling Superheroes) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/18/89; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Dale Wolfe at 2:24 with the side suplex; after the bout, Bravo taunted referee Ron Garvin to hit him but Garvin opted not to (Wrestling Challenge - 6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- King Jim Duggan pinned the Gladiator at 1:54 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Tim Horner pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a modified sunset flip (7/10/89; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Sandy Beach at 2:24 following a boot to the face (Wrestling Challenge - 6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Paul Roma & Todd Becker at 2:52 when Raymond pinned Becker, after a kneedrop from Jacques as Raymond has the Boston Crab applied (WWF Superstars - 6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match to win the titles; fall #1: Smash pinned Anderson after dropping him throat first on the top rope at the 5-minute mark; fall #2: the champions were disqualified for continuous double teaming at 9:29; fall #3: Anderson pinned Smash at 12:33 after Blanchard hit Smash in the back of the head with a chair, which had been thrown into the ring by Andre the Giant (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/18/89; Worcester, MA; Centrum)

8/7/89 - included the final edition of the Bobby Heenan Show:
- Barry Windham pinned Terry Daniels with the superplex (7/19/89; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- The Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Powers & Paul Roma when the Barbarian pinned Powers with a clothesline off the top as Warlord held Powers in the air (7/18/89; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Hercules defeated Chris Duffy via submission at 2:09 with the backbreaker (WWF Superstars - 7/18/89; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Rick Martel (w/ Slick) pinned Koko B. Ware with a kneedrop off the top (7/19/89; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) via disqualification when Zeus interfered at around the 12-minute mark; Hulk Hogan attempted to make the save after the bout but was unable to drop Zeus following two steel chair shots to the back (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/18/89; Worcester, MA; Centrum)

8/13/89 (3.3) - 3-hour special - featured a sing-a-song showdown between Dusty Rhodes and the Honkytonk Man; the show was hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Roddy Piper in Studio A and co-hosted by Bobby Heenan in Studio B:
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) via count-out at 9:24 after Fuji accidentally hit Barbarian with his cane, allowing Hart to slide back inside the ring (6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with the Ghostbuster at 1:38 (7/18/89; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tim Horner & Mark Young when Raymond pinned Young after Jacques hit a kneedrop off the top as Raymond had a Boston Crab applied (7/19/89; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Dave Paradise via submission with the shinguard assisted figure-4 at 3:26 (7/18/89; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match to win the titles; fall #1: Smash pinned Anderson after dropping him throat first on the top rope at the 5-minute mark; fall #2: the champions were disqualified for continuous double teaming at 9:29; fall #3: Anderson pinned Smash at 12:33 after Blanchard hit Smash in the back of the head with a chair, which had been thrown into the ring by Andre the Giant (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/18/89; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Jimmy Snuka defeated Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 8:10 after Hart attempted to interfere (7/19/89; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) via disqualification when Zeus interfered at around the 12-minute mark; Hulk Hogan attempted to make the save after the bout but was unable to drop Zeus following two steel chair shots to the back (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/18/89; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Haku at 8:02 with a clothesline; after the bout, Warrior fought off Rick Rude and tossed him over the top rope onto Andre the Giant who had come ringside (Ultimate Warrior 1990) (6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)

8/21/89 - included WWF IC Champion Rick Rude as a guest of Bobby Heenan in Studio B, with Rude eventually going over to the main Prime Time set and getting into a pull-apart brawl with Roddy Piper:
- WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tim Horner at 4:45 with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, Rude opted not to give his 'Rude Awakening' kiss, saying no woman in the audience was worthy (8/8/89; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- The Honky Tonk Man & Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart via disqualification at 8:56 when Neidhart used Jimmy Hart's megaphone as a weapon on the opposition after the manager tried to interfere (WrestleFest 90) (8/8/89; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- The Genius pinned Stephan DeLeon at 4:04 with a somersault splash off the top (8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Barry Horowitz at 3:44 with the Ghostbuster (8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart, Rick Martel, & Slick) defeated Bob Allen & Mark Ming at 3:15 when Jacques pinned Ming following a double kneedrop (Wrestling Challenge - 8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- Mr. Perfect fought Tito Santana to a 20-minute time-limit draw; after the bout, Santana cleared Perfect from the ring (8/8/89; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)

9/4/89 - Gorilla Monsoon hosted the show alone:
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Black Knight & Darryl Nichols at 4:06 when Luke pinned Nichols following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim Evans & Dennis Bertroch at 2:58 when Jacques pinned Bertroch with a kneedrop after Raymond tripped him from the outside (WWF Superstars - 8/8/89; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- King Jim Duggan pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 6:58 with the running clothesline (8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Louie Spicolli at 2:16 with the side suplex (Wrestling Challenge - 8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- The Genius pinned Mark Young at 4:47 with a reverse sunset flip (8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Chuck Campbell via submission with the sleeper at 2:42 (WWF Superstars - 8/8/89; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- The Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Tom Stone & Dale Wolfe at 2:07 when the Barbarian pinned Stone with a clothesline off the top as Warlord held Stone in the air (WWF Superstars - 8/8/89; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)
- Paul Roma pinned Boris Zhukov at 6:05 with a powerslam (8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Rick Martel (w/ Slick) pinned Tim Horner with a kneedrop off the top at 3:25 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Hercules at 4:55 after hitting him with his nightstick after Hercules became distracted by Slick on the ring apron after the bout, Bossman attempted to handcuff Hercules to the top rope but Hercules fought him off and cleared Bossman & Slick from the ring (8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)

9/11/89 (2.9) - included Bobby Heenan returning as main co-host with Gorilla Monsoon, with Roddy Piper also co-hosting the show from Studio B; featured Koko B. Ware performing in the ring his new entrance song "Bird, Bird, Bird" (8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center):
- Barry Windham pinned Tim Horner with the superplex at 4:55 (8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty fought Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart to a no contest when Jacques & Raymond Rougeau interfered at 13:25 and attacked the Rockers while the Hart Foundation were on the floor, with the Harts making the save moments afterwards and helping in chasing the Rougeaus backstage after the match (Wrestlefest 90) (8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned Tom Stone with the Bionic elbow drop at 2:10 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- The Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated George Skaaland & Mark Frear at 2:08 when the Barbarian pinned Frear with a clothesline off the top as the Warlord held Frear in the air(Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Jake Milliman at 2:33 with a splash off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Butch Mayo & Terry Daniels at 3:37 when Raymond pinned Mayo after a kneedrop from Jacques as Raymond had the Boston Crab applied (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- King Jim Duggan pinned Tony Ulysses at 2:07 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Dale Wolfe via submission at 2:18 with the sleeper (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Mario Mancini at 1:37 with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty fought Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart to a no contest when Jacques & Raymond Rougeau interfered at 13:25 and attacked the Rockers while the Hart Foundation were on the floor, with the Harts making the save moments afterwards and helping in chasing the Rougeaus backstage after the match (Wrestlefest 90) (8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)

9/18/89 (2.5):
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned Bob Bradley at 2:33 with the gorilla press slam and splash; after the bout, Warrior put his opponent underneath the ring (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Gary Wolfe via submission at 3:38 with the Million $ Dream (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Craig Reilly at 1:48 with the Ghostbuster (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bobby Munice via submission at 3:08 with the shin guard assisted figure-4 (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Rick Martel (w/ Slick) pinned Terry Daniels at 3:33 with a kneedrop off the top; during the match, a pre-recorded promo from Martel aired where he claimed, because of his sex appeal, he should become a model (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Ron Garvin defeated Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 5:06 when Greg Valentine interfered; after the bout, Garvin was double teamed until several referees intervened (8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Akeem (w/ the Big Bossman & Slick) pinned Mark Frear at 2:49 with a splash; after the bout, Frear was handcuffed over the top rope and beaten by the Bossman with his nightstick (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Barry Windham fought Tito Santana to a time-limit draw at 15:06; the bell rang just as Santana hit the flying forearm; after the bout, Santana hit the move a second time (8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)

9/25/89 (2.4):
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Barry Horowitz via submission at 2:40 with the sleeper (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim McPherson via submission with the shinguard-assisted figure-4 at 1:56 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned Dale Wolfe at 2:33 with the Bionic elbow (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Diamond with a side kick to the face at 2:39 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Paul Roma with the Rude Awakening at 5:01; after the bout, Rude kissed a woman selected by Heenan but she didn't fall down after the first kiss and wiped her mouth and left the ring following the second kiss (8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Coliseum Video Corner: Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Conquistadors at 10:01 when Michaels scored the pin with a flying bodypress as the Conquistador lept over Jannetty (High Flyers) (7/9/88; Boston Garden)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Don Champ when Luke pinned Champ at 3:36 following a double gutbuster (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Gary Wolf & Tony Durante when Raymond pinned Wolf after a kneedrop from Jacques as Raymond had the Boston Crab applied (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Hercules defeated Akeem (w/ Slick) via disqualification at 5:00 when Slick pulled down the top rope, causing Hercules to fall to the floor; after the bout, Hercules avoided Akeem's splash, hit a bodyslam, and cleared the ring with his steel chain (SuperTape 2, Tough Guys) (8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)

10/2/89 (2.6):
- Demolition defeated WT Jones & Todd Becker at 2:49 when Smash pinned Becker after dropping him throat-first across the top rope (9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Red Tyler at 2:25 with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll (WWF Superstars - 9/21/89; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Roddy Piper pinned Barry Horowitz at the 48-second mark after ramming his head into the mat four times; after the bout, Piper kissed the same girl at ringside who Rick Rude kissed earlier in the evening, this time with the woman fainting (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Barry Windham pinned Reno Riggins at 2:53 with the superplex (WWF Superstars - 9/21/89; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Mr. Perfect fought Hercules to a 15-minute time-limit draw; the bell rang as Hercules applied the backbreaker submission (7/10/89; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Ray Oakley at 1:45 with a boot to the face; after the bout Jim danced with ring announcer Mike McGuirk in the ring (Wrestling Challenge - 9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim McPherson via submission with the shinguard-assisted figure-4 at 1:56 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/89; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via count-out at 6:44 after Butch threw Luke back inside the ring after the champions collided on the floor (8/9/89; Fresno, CA; Selland Arena)

10/9/89 (2.4):
- Akeem (w/ Slick & the Big Bossman) pinned Jim Merkel at 1:08 with a splash (WWF Superstars - 9/21/89; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Alan Reynolds at 2:08 with the splash off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Red Tyler with the side suplex at 1:15 (Wrestling Challenge - 9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Evans at 1:15 with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, Rude refused to give his Rude Awakening Kiss, stating that no woman in Louisville was good enough for him (Wrestling Challenge - 9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Boris Zhukov via submission with the sleeper at 7:01; after the bout, Beefcake cut some of Zhukov's beard - Tito Santana pinned Tony Burton at 2:03 with the flying forearm (Wrestling Challenge - 9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Jake Roberts pinned Brian Costello at 2:24 with the DDT (Jake's return bout on TV) (WWF Superstars - 9/21/89; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Bad News Brown defeated Scott Colton & Mitch Casey in a handicap match at 2:38 after first pinning Colton with the Ghetto Blaster at 2:20, and then pinning Casey with the same move (WWF Superstars - 9/21/89; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- The Red Rooster defeated Jim Merkel via submission with an elevated chicken wing at 1:29 (Wrestling Challenge - 9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) via count-out at 13:34 when as all four men were brawling on the floor, Bret went back inside the ring after Fuji accidentally hit Barbarian with his cane (6/10/89; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)

10/16/89 (2.4):
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick & Akeem) pinned James Sexton at 1:51 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Akeem hit the splash on Sexton and then helped the Bossman handcuff Sexton's hands behind his back so that Bossman could beat on him with the nightstick (Wrestling Challenge - 9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Ron Garvin defeated Craig Green at 1:53 via submission with the Scorpion Death Lock (WWF Superstars - 9/21/89; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- The Genius pinned Tim Horner at 6:20 with a reverse sunset flip (9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Randy Larson at 4:01 with the side kick to the face; in pre-recorded comments aired during the match, Heenan said he had "big" plans for Haku (Wrestling Challenge - 9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Hercules defeated the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 7:13 when Hart interfered with the megaphone as Hercules had Honky up in the backbreaker; after the bout, Hercules chased Hart up the aisle and brought him back inside the ring but Hart then escaped with Honky (9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Tom Stone & Al Burke at 3:32 when Jannetty pinned Burke following double flying fistdrops (Wrestling Challenge - 9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Al Mayo & John Weiss when Anderson pinned the unknown at 1:31 following a spike piledriver behind the referee's back; after the bout Demolition came to the ring, with the champions quickly leaving ringside (WWF Superstars - 8/30/89; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Bret Hart fought Rick Martel (w/ Slick) to a 20-minute time-limit draw (9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)

10/23/89 (2.8) - included Freddie Blassie as an in-studio guest, who argued with Bobby Heenan:
- Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) pinned Reno Riggins at 2:37 with the Perfect Plex (9/20/89; Louisville, KY; Louisville Gardens)
- Ron Garvin defeated Tony Burton via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:40 (Wrestling Challenge - 10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Paul Roma at 4:32 with a splash (10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Hercules defeated George South via submission with the backbreaker at 3:47 (10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Ted Dibiase (w/ Zeus) with a small package at around 10:30 after Dibiase accidentally hit Zeus; after the bout, Jake Roberts made the save with Damien as the champion was being double teamed; earlier in the bout, Roberts came ringside to even the odds but chased an interfering Virgil backstage after Virgil stole the snake bag (The Immortal Hulk Hogan, last portion of match featured on Hulkamania Forever) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 9/21/89; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Barry Windham pinned Jim McPherson at 1:54 with the superplex (WWF Superstars - 10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:48 with the top rope splash (Wrestling Challenge - 10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Brutus Beefcake pinned Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 14:47 with a roll up after Beefcake shoved Valentine into Hart who was on the apron trying to find Beefcake’s scissors in the bag Beefcake had brought to the ring (6/10/89; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)

10/30/89 (2.8):
- Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Red Rooster via disqualification at the 6-minute mark when Ron Garvin interfered as Valentine had the shinguard-assisted figure-4 applied; after the bout, Garvin pulled the shinguard off Valentine's leg (10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Bob Emery at 3:31 with the flying forearm (10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Andre the Giant & Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Mike Williams & Chuck Casey at 2:52 when Andre pinned Williams with an elbowdrop following a kick from Haku; early in the bout, the Brain Busters came to ringside to watch the match with Bobby Heenan (WWF Superstars - 10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Dusty Rhodes pinned Joe Cruz with the Bionic elbow drop at 1:28 (Wrestling Challenge - 10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Rick Martel (w/ Slick) defeated Mark Young via submission with the Boston Crab at 7:31 (10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick) defeated Trent Knight & Reno Riggins at 4:20 when Volkoff pinned Riggins with a gorilla press slam (10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Jake Roberts pinned Tony Burton at 3:37 with the DDT (Wrestling Challenge - 10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Hercules at 16:26 by sitting on Herc's chest and then holding onto the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Hercules applied the full nelson on Bravo (4/24/89; Madison Square Garden)

11/6/89 (3.1):
- The Genius pinned Jim McPherson at 2:49 with a somersault splash off the top (10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Barry Hardy & Alan Reynolds at 2:06 when Michaels pinned Reynolds following double flying fistdrops (Wrestling Challenge - 10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Bad News Brown pinned Chuck Casey at 4:07 with the Ghetto Blaster (10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Jim Neidhart pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 6:59 with a powerslam (10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with a bearhug at 1:58 (Wrestling Challenge - 10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Demolition defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 5:29 to win the titles when Ax pinned Blanchard, the illegal man, with the Decapitation (WWF Superstars - 10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Jim Duggan (w/ Bret Hart, Ron Garvin, & Hercules) pinned Barry Horowitz at 2:16 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) pinned Bret Hart at 17:20 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage after Hart blocked a suplex into the ring (10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)

11/12/89 - Survivor Series Showdown (3.9) - featured Vince McMahon & Jesse Ventura on commentary; all matches took place 11/1/89 in Wichita, KS:
- Tito Santana (w/ Dusty Rhodes) pinned the Big Bossman (w/ Slick & Akeem) at 11:35 after Rhodes hit the Bossman with his own nightstick behind the referee's back and placed Santana on top after the Bossman used the weapon on Santana
- Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) pinned Bushwhacker Butch (w/ Bushwhacker Luke) with the Perfect Plex at 6:55; after the bout, the Bushwhackers cleared the ring with a battering ram and double clothesline
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Hercules at 10:54 after hitting him with Sherri's loaded purse as Sherri distracted the referee
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 6:00 when Arn Anderson interfered; after the bout, Jim Neidhart, Shawn Michaels, & Marty Jannetty made the save against Blanchard, Anderson, Haku, and Andre the Giant (Blanchard's last match in the WWF)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Demolition Smash at 10:11 after Zeus interfered on the floor and threw Smash back inside the ring; after the bout, Dibiase put Smash in the Million $ Dream before Ax made the save - challenging Zeus to a fight; Zeus was held back by Dibiase and Virgil

11/20/89 (2.9):
- Dusty Rhodes defeated Akeem (w/ Slick) via count-out at 3:52 after Akeem and Slick began arguing with a fan in the front row (the woman later known as Sapphire) with Rhodes then coming out and knocking Akeem down on the floor just before the 10-count; after the bout, Rhodes cleared Akeem from the ring (Wrestling Challenge - 11/1/89; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- The Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Bill Woods & Chuck Casey at 1:11 when the Barbarian pinned Casey with a clothesline off the top as Warlord held Casey in the air (Wrestling Challenge - 10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Andre the Giant & Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Brian Johnson & Mike Powell at 3:51 when Andre pinned Powell with an elbow drop following a side kick to the face from Haku (Wrestling Challenge - 11/1/89; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- The Genius pinned Koko B. Ware at 13:01 with a roll up (9/30/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Mark Regan at 1:58 with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, Rude opted not to give his 'Rude Awakening' kiss to the woman who had been selected, with Rude saying he was right when referring to everyone in Kansas as 'sweat hogs' (Wrestling Challenge - 11/1/89; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 10:27 with a bodyslam and diving headbutt off the top after Honky collided with Hart on the ring apron (Snuka's return to MSG following the first WrestleMania) (World Tour 1990) (9/30/89; Madison Square Garden)

11/27/89 (3.0):
- Jake Roberts pinned Al Burke at 2:44 with the DDT (Wrestling Challenge - 11/1/89; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Paul Roma at 3:10 with the flying elbowsmash after Sherri had pushed Roma off the top rope moments earlier (WWF Superstars - 10/31/89; Topeka, KS; Expocentre)
- Al Perez pinned Conquistador #1 (Jose Luis Rivera) with a spinning crucifix powerbomb (Perez' MSG debut) (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Bad News Brown pinned Mike Justice at 2:01 with the Ghetto Blaster (Wrestling Challenge - 11/1/89; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- Tito Santana pinned Boris Zhukov (sub. for Barry Windham) at 9:43 with the flying forearm (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- The Brooklyn Brawler pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 7:34 after sending Rivera face-first to the mat from the middle rope (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Barry Horowitz & Dave Wagner at 2:48 when Luke pinned Wagner following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 11/1/89; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
- Hercules defeated Akeem via count-out at 10:32 after Akeem fell to the floor when Hercules ducked a clothesline (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)

12/4/89 (2.9):
- The Canadian Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart & Dino Bravo) pinned Reno Riggins at 2:13 with the sit-down splash (11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Ron Garvin defeated Conquistador #1 via submission via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 5:44 (11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Paul Roma pinned Boris Zhukov at 14:14 with a powerslam (10/8/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Alan Reynolds via submission at 1:59 with the sleeper (WWF Superstars - 11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned the Red Rooster with the Rude Awakening at 7:24 (11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Andre the Giant & Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Al Burke & Mike Shelton at 4:09 when Andre pinned Shelton with an elbow drop following a side kick to the face from Haku (Wrestling Challenge - 11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Mark Young pinned Barry Horowitz with a reverse sunset flip at 10:58 (Young's MSG debut) (9/30/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka fought Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a no contest at 8:09 when Ron Garvin came out and attacked Valentine as he attempted the shinguard-assisted figure-4; Hart then knocked down Garvin with his megaphone and hit Snuka with it as well, with Snuka then forcing Hart backstage (11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)

12/11/89 (2.9):
- Dusty Rhodes pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 6:02 with the Bionic elbow drop (11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Jose Luis Rivera when the momentum of a crossbody by Rivera put Volkoff on top (10/29/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Genius defeated Hillbilly Jim via count-out after kicking Jim in the head as he was on the apron (10/8/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Larry Lawson at 1:52 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman attached his opponent's foot to a ball and chain, where he dropped the ball on his chest and choked him with the chain; Slick then began verbally taunting the woman in the front row later known as Sapphire until she slapped him, with Dusty Rhodes then making the save when Bossman began taunting her; Rhodes then escorted her backstage (WWF Superstars - 11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Jim Duggan pinned Akeem at 5:49 with a roll up after Akeem missed a charge in the corner (10/8/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Barry Horowitz & Tom Stone at 5:09 when Luke pinned Stone following the double gutbuster (11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Reno Riggins via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:47 (WWF Superstars - 11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Todd Becker & Tony Burton at 3:17 when Ax pinned Burton following the Decapitation (11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Tito Santana defeated the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at around the 8-minute mark after Honky used Hart's megaphone after Santana chased Hart around ringside and into the ring (11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)

12/18/89 (3.0):
- Haku pinned Paul Roma at 10:08 with a side kick to the face after Roma ran into the corner when Haku moved out of the way (11/25/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Roddy Piper pinned Tom Stone at the 45-second mark with a back suplex (WWF Superstars - 11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart & the Canadian Earthquake) pinned Randy Fox at 2:31 with the side suplex; after the bout, Earthquake hit the sit-down splash on Fox (Wrestling Challenge - 11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Ron Garvin defeated Spike Jones via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:32 (WWF Superstars - 11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Dale Wolfe at 3:06 when Michaels pinned Wolfe following double flying fistdrops off the top; after the bout, Mr. Fuji came to the ring and challenged the Rockers to a match against the Powers of Pain but, instead of replying, Michaels & Jannetty hit a double dropkick, a double slam, and double flying fistdrops onto Fuji (WWF Superstars - 11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Jimmy Snuka with the Perfect Plex at 10:36 (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts pinned Craig Green at 2:18 with the DDT (Wrestling Challenge - 11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Scott Colton via submission with the Million $ Dream at 3:51 (Wrestling Challenge - 11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) at around the 11-minute mark when Neidhart pinned Raymond with a roll up as Raymond snuck up behind Bret planning to hit him with Jimmy Hart's megaphone (11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)

12/25/89 (2.6) - featured Roddy Piper's final appearance as a co-host for the show after he was kicked off for attacking Bobby Heenan for constantly making fun of Christmas and Santa Claus:
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned Brian Costello in a non-title match at 1:36 with the press slam / splash combo; after the bout, Warrior carried his opponent halfway up the aisle before dropping him (WWF Superstars - 11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Tito Santana fought Bad News Brown to a double count-out at 15:53 when both men began brawling on the floor, with both men trying to grab hold of a steel chair (11/25/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov defeated WT Jones & Todd Becker at 1:41 when Zhukov pinned Jones with a clothesline to the back of the head; after the bout, Zhukov hit the same move on Becker (Wrestling Challenge - 11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Richard Charland (sub. for Jim Powers) pinned Barry Horowitz following an airplane spin (10/8/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Bret Hart fought Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a 20-minute time limit draw at 19:34; late in the bout, Mr. Perfect came ringside briefly, distracting Hart from the match (5/8/89; Meadowlands Arena)
- Hercules defeated Craig Green via submission with the backbreaker at 2:10 (WWF Superstars - 11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- The Genius pinned Mark Young with a crucifix (11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Jimmy Snuka after Sherri hit Snuka with her loaded purse; after the bout, Jim Duggan made the save as Savage attempted to hit the flying elbow drop (10/8/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)

1990


1/1/90 (2.7):
- Bad News Brown pinned Mark Young at 4:50 with the Ghetto Blaster (12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Hercules defeated John Justice via submission with the backbreaker at 2:38 (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/89; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart & the Canadian Earthquake) defeated Reno Riggins via disqualification when the Ultimate Warrior interfered, moments after Bravo pulled his opponent up three times following three side suplexes; after the bout, Earthquake distracted Warrior, allowing Bravo to assault Warrior from behind with a chair (WWF Superstars - 12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Pat Rose & Arvil Hutto at 3:46 when Michaels pinned Hutto following a flying fistdrop from Jannetty's shoulders (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/89; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium)
- Al Perez pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a spinning vertical suplex at 8:33 (11/25/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Andre the Giant & Haku defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition to win the titles at 4:35 when Andre pinned Ax with an elbow drop following a kick to the face from Haku; Smash was unable to legally enter the ring during the contest as Axe was continuously double-teamed (WWF Superstars - 12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Mario Mancini at the 59-second mark with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, Rude opted not to give his Rude Awakening kiss, saying no females in Alabama were women enough for him (WWF Superstars - 12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov via disqualification at around the 10-minute mark when Zhukov used his boot as a weapon and hit Neidhart with it; after the bout, Neidhart cleared the opposition away with the boot after they began double-teaming Bret (12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)

1/8/90 - featured Arnold Skaaland as an in-studio guest:
- Roddy Piper pinned Tony Burton at 1:58 with a back suplex (12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- The Canadian Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned James Sexton at 1:39 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move a second time; after the bout, Sexton was carried out on a stretcher (12/12/89; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated George South via submission with the sleeper at 2:04; after the bout, Rick Martel appeared on the interview platform and prepared to model some of his clothes until Beefcake chased him off with his cutting shears; moments later, Beefcake cut up Martel's jaket and hat, which Martel had left behind, and took possession of them as Martel was held back by referees (WWF Superstars - 12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:38 (WWF Superstars - 12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned Craig Green at 2:13 with the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/89; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium)
- Bad News Brown pinned Paul Roma at the 8-minute mark with the Ghetto Blaster (12/14/89; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Mark Young & Reno Riggins at 3:43 when Riggins submitted to Valentine's figure-4 (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/89; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 2:37 with the Ghostbuster (12/12/89; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium)
- Dino Bravo pinned Tito Santana at 11:16 with the side suplex (Tough Guys) (12/14/89; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)

1/15/90 (3.0):
- Jim Neidhart pinned Mike Davis at 4:24 with the powerslam (1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Jerry Monti via submission with the Boston Crab at 2:43 (WWF Superstars - 12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Bob Burroughs at 9:01 when Butch pinned Burroughs following the double gutbuster (1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Dale Wolfe at 1:05 with the Rude Awakening (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a flying bodypress at 2:04 (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- The Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Reno Riggins & Mike Howell at 1:54 when the Barbarian pinned Howell with a clothesline off the top as Warlord held him in the air (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) pinned John Justice at 2:21 with the Bionic Elbow drop (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Ron Garvin defeated Pablo Crenshaw via submission at 1:47 with the Scorpion Deathlock (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Demolition defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov at 9:29 when Ax pinned Volkoff with a crossbody (1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)

1/22/90:
- The Red Rooster defeated Conquistador #1 via submission at around the 6-minute mark with an elevated chickenwing (1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Lee Peak via submission with the Million $ Dream; after the bout, Jake Roberts attacked Dibiase and Virgil, stole the Million $ belt, and put it in the snake bag with Damien (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Tony Burton at 3:38 with the Ghostbuster; after the bout Koko got ring announcer Mike McGuirk to do the "Bird" dance (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Jim Duggan pinned Pez Whatley at 2:12 with the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Andre the Giant & Haku defeated Lyn Wagner & Butch Stanley when Andre scored the pin with an elbow drop; following the bout, Demolition came ringside and cleared both of the champions out of the ring (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Tito Santana pinned Bob Bradley with the flying forearm at 14:24 (12/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukof defeated Terry Bronson & Chuck Kilts at 2:06 when Zhukov pinned Kilts following a clothesline to the back (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Hercules defeated Alan Martin via submission at 1:44 with the backbreaker (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Bad News Brown pinned Bob Burroughs at 2:56 with the Ghetto Blaster (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) pinned Jim Powers at 2:03 with the Perfect Plex (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr.Fuji) via disqualification at the 9-minute mark when Fuji interfered with his cane (SuperTape, Tough Guys) (10/8/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)

1/29/90 (3.9; the Brooklyn Brawler / Jose Luis Rivera match drew a 4.7 rating - the highest rating for a wrestling match on regularly scheduled wrestling programming on cable at that time):
- Tugboat Thomas pinned Craig Brown with a splash at 1:21 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- The Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Chris Walker & Butch Stanley at 2:10 when the Barbarian pinned Walker with a clothesline off the top as Warlord held Walker in the air (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Earthquake) pinned Ronnie Garvin at 3:17 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Garvin put Bravo on top for the win; after the match, Earthquake attacked Garvin and Garvin was later stretchered out of the ring (Saturday Night's Main Event - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Jake Roberts pinned Pete Sanchez with the DDT at 2:04; after the bout, Ted Dibiase and Virgil came ringside, with Dibiase demanding that Virgil go into Roberts' snake bag and reclaim the Million $ title; Virgil was too scared and ended up running backstage when Jake took Damien out of the bag (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Mark Regan via submission with the Boston crab at 2:20 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated George South & Mike Davis at 2:58 with double pinfalls following double flying fistdrops (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- The Canadian Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Mike Justice at 1:41 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move a second time, resulting in Justice being taken backstage on a stretcher (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) pinned Tony Burton at 2:02 with the Bionic elbow drop (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Len Wagner & Terry Bronson when Bronson submitted to Valentine's figure-4 at 3:37 (1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- The Brooklyn Brawler pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 7:34 after sending Rivera face-first to the mat from the middle rope (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Mr. Perfect & the Genius at the 8-minute mark when Hogan pinned the Genius with the legdrop after the Genius sustained Warrior's gorilla press slam; after the bout, Warrior accidentally clotheslined Hogan after Hogan grabbed him from behind as Warrior was fighting off Perfect & the Genius; moments later, Hogan and Warrior had a face-to-face confrontation and shoving match as a result of the miscommunication (Saturday Night's Main Event - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)

2/5/90 (2.8):
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Mike Justice at 3:34 when Luke pinned Justice with a double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Rick Martel defeated Reno Riggins via submission with the Boston crab at 1:51 (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated George South & Mike Davis at 2:58 with double pinfalls following double flying fistdrops (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart & Earthquake) defeated Tito Santana via count-out at 3:26 when Earthquake attacked Santana on the floor and hit the sit-down splash while Bravo distracted the referee (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bill & Tony Mulkey at 2:30 when Honky pinned Bill with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll (Wrestling Challenge - 1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Hercules defeated Bob Bradley via submission with the backbreaker at 1:40 (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Jake Roberts defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil & Slick) via disqualification at 3:14 when the Big Bossman attacked Roberts, handcuffed him to the ring ropes, and stole back the Million $ title - on behalf of Dibiase - as well as Damien; in a Brother Love Show segment immediately after the match, Bossman became upset when he heard that Dibiase had paid Slick for Bossman's services, saying he could not be bought; moments later, Bossman uncuffed Roberts and returned the snake bag, with both the belt and Damien, to Roberts (WWF Superstars - 1/2/90; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Jerry Lou with the Ghostbuster at 1:49 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukof defeated Terry Bronson & Chuck Kilts at 2:06 when Zhukov pinned Kilts following a clothesline to the back (Wrestling Challenge - 1/3/90; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) via count-out at 10:36 when Fuji accidentally hit Warlord with the cane, allowing Neidhart to roll back into the ring; after the bout, the Hart Foundation cleared the ring with Fuji's cane (WrestleFest 90) (1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)

2/12/90:
- Earthquake pinned Mark Young with the sit-down splash at 1:26; after the bout, Young was taken from the ring on a stretcher after receiving two more sit-down splashes (WWF Superstars - 1/22/90; Miami, FL; Arena)
- Jim Duggan pinned Karl Nelson with the running clothesline at 1:53 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Bret Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) fought Shawn Michaels (w/ Marty Jannetty) to a double disqualification at 4:23 when all four men began brawling inside the ring until they were seperated by two referees (Wrestling Challenge - 1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Andre the Giant & Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Rico Fredrico & Jim Gorman when Andre scored the pin with an elbow drop following a side kick from Haku at 1:25 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Al Perez pinned Paul Roma when the momentum of a flying crossbody by Roma put Perez on top (1/15/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Demolition defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 4:52 after Fuji tossed his cane into the ring in an attempt to use it as a weapon (WWF Superstars - 1/22/90; Miami, FL; Arena)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jerry Monti with the Rude Awakening at 2:04 (1/22/90; Miami, FL; Arena)
- Jimmy Snuka & Ron Garvin fought the Honkytonk Man & Greg Valentine to a 20-minute draw (1/15/90; Madison Square Garden)

2/19/90:
- Koko B. Ware pinned Omar Atlas at 4:53 with the Ghostbuster (1/22/90; Miami, FL; Arena)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Jerry Monti via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:47 (1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 3:07 when Mr. Perfect and the Genius interfered (WWF Superstars - 1/22/90; Miami, FL; Arena)
- Bad News Brown pinned Lee Peak at 2:12 with the Ghetto Blaster; Peak wrestled the match with his ring jacket still on after he was attacked by Brown before the bell (1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Black Bart at 7:20 with the flying forearm (1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) defeated Rick Martel via disqualification after Martel sprayed Rhodes with Arrogance (Wrestling Challenge - 1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart & Earthquake) pinned Terry Bronson with the side suplex at 1:41; after the bout, Earthquake hit the sit-down splash on Bronson (WWF Superstars - 1/22/90; Miami, FL; Arena)
- Tugboat pinned Dale Wolfe with a splash (1/22/90; Miami, FL; Arena)
- Akeem (sub. for Bob Orton Jr. who was to have returned) pinned Bret Hart at 8:30 by blocking a sunset flip and hitting a sit-down splash (1/15/90; Madison Square Garden)

2/26/90 (3.2):
- Roddy Piper pinned Pez Whatley with a back suplex (Wrestling Challenge - 1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Terry Zeller at the 2-minute mark with the splash (Wrestling Challenge - 2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Demolition Smash pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Haku when the momentum of a crossbody put Smash on top (Wrestling Challenge - 1/23/90; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) pinned Conquistador #2 with the Bionic Elbow Drop at 1:50 (Wrestling Challenge - 2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) pinned Omar Atlas with the Perfect Plex at 1:01 (WWF Superstars - 2/13/90; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- The Red Rooster fought Al Perez to a double count-out at around 12:30 when both men were brawling on the floor; after the bout, Rooster cleared Perez from the ring (2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Jim Duggan fought the Honkytonk Man to a double count-out at 3:39 as Duggan fought off HTM, Greg Valentine, and Jimmy Hart on the floor with his 2x4; after the bout, Duggan destroyed Honky's guitar, which was left in the ring (WWF Superstars - 1/22/90; Miami, FL; Arena)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Ron Garvin at 7:21 after both men collided and Heenan pushed Garvin's foot off the ropes during the cover (2/13/90; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)

3/5/90 (3.7):
- The Genius pinned Koko B. Ware at 6:46 after Mr. Perfect interfered and hit Koko from behind as he was climbing back in the ring from the outside (2/13/90; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Ketchum & Mark Young at 1:53 when Tanaka scored the pin with a German suplex (the Orient Express' TV debut) (WWF Superstars - 2/13/90; Phoenix, AX; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- The Big Bossman pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with the sidewalk slam at 1:32 (WWF Superstars - 2/13/90; Phoenix, AX; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Jim Powers with the flying elbowsmash at 1:26 (WWF Superstars - 2/13/90; Phoenix, AX; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Tito Santana pinned Buddy Rose with the flying forearm (2/19/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Mark Ming at 1:11 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move twice more resulting in Ming being taken out on a stretcher (Wrestling Challenge - 2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) pinned Jerry Monti with the Perfect Plex at 1:19 (Wrestling Challenge - 2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 7:57 when Fuji tripped Butch from the outside with his cane; after the bout, Luke cleared the POP from the ring with the cane (2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)

3/12/90 (3.4):
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Buddy Rose at 6:09 when Neidhart pinned Sharpe following the Hart Attack (2/13/90; Phoenix, AZ; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Pez Whatley at 1:11 with the Rude Awakening (Wrestling Challenge - 2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Hercules & Paul Roma defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Black Bart at 7:31 when Roma pinned Brawler after being thrown from the top by Hercules (2/13/90; Phoenix, AX; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Tugboat pinned Randy Jones at 2:18 with the splash (2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Rick Martel defeated the Red Rooster via submission with the Boston Crab at 21:00 (2/19/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Ricki Ataki with the splash at 1:45 (WWF Superstars - 2/13/90; Phoenix, AX; Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
- Demolition defeated Dale Wolfe & Steve Vega at 3:01 when Ax pinned Vega following the Decapitation (Wrestling Challenge - 2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart & Earthquake) at 3:10 with the legdrop in a non-title match; after the bout, Hogan was double-teamed, with Earthquake hitting two elbow drop on the champion followed by the sit-down splash, as he prepared to hit another, the Ultimate Warrior came out to make the save, then moments later as it seemed Hogan and Warrior were about to square off, Warrior ran away from ringside (the finish and aftermath are featured on Hulkamania Forever) (WWF Superstars - 2/14/90; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)

3/19/90 (2.9):
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Bob Allen at 1:36 with a clothesline off the top (Barbarian's first appearance with Heenan) (WWF Superstars - 3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Pez Whatley via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:43 (WWF Superstars - 2/13/90; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Terry Zeller via submission with the sleeper at 2:42 (WWF Superstars - 2/13/90; Phoenix, AZ; America West Arena)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Nito Gomez at 1:05 with a splash (Wrestling Challenge - 3/7/90; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Tito Santana defeated Al Perez via disqualification at 8:50 when Perez pulled the referee in the way of Santana's flying forearm (3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Steve Vega at 1:34 after throwing Vega out of the ring from a gorilla press position and then putting him back in to the ring to make the cover; Warrior wrestled the entire match while still wearing his title belt (WWF Superstars - 3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Bret Hart fought Dino Bravo to a draw (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)

3/25/90 - Ultimate Challenge (3.3) - featured Vince McMahon & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included the contract signing between Hulk Hogan & the Ultimate Warrior for WrestleMania VI at Titan Towers; all matches took place 3/7/90 in San Francisco, CA unless stated:
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated the Red Rooster via submission with the Million $ Dream
- The Big Bossman pinned Boris Zhukov with the sidewalk slam at 7:24; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the top rope
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man defeated Jerry Monti & Jim Gorman (WWF Superstars - 3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) defeated Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) via disqualification when Sherri interfered; Sapphire threw Sherri out of the ring after the match
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Ron Garvin following the sit-down splash; after the bout Earthquake gave Garvin three more sit-down splashes, Garvin had to be taken away on a stretcher
- WWF Tag Team Champions Andre the Giant & Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty via disqualification when Demolition interfered and attacked the champions

4/2/90 (3.1):
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Black Bart at 5:03 with a boot to the face; prior to the bout, Jim danced with ring announcer Howard Finkel inside the ring (3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Paul Roma & Omar Atlas at 3:17 when Sato pinned Atlas following a double axe handle off the top from Tanaka as Sato held him in the air over his back (Wrestling Challenge - 3/7/90; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Ricky Ataki at 2:35 with the running powerslam (Warlord's first appearance with Slick) (WWF Superstars - 3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Pez Whatley at 2:52 with the Rude Awakening (3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Tito Santana pinned Boris Zhukov (sub. for Barry Windham) at 9:43 with the flying forearm (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Buddy Rose & Mark Ming at 3:27 when Bret pinned Ming following the Hart Attack (WWF Superstars - 3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Dino Bravo pinned Hercules with an elbow drop at 9:11 (11/25/89; Madison Square Garden)

4/9/90 (2.7):
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Mark Young & Louie Spicolli at 2:50 when Honky pinned Spicolli following a double back suplex (Wrestling Challenge - 3/7/90; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Tugboat Thomas pinned Pez Whatley with a splash at 5:51 (3/19/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Bad News Brown pinned Terry Zeller with the Ghetto Blaster at 2:11 (WWF Superstars - 3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) pinned Don Stevens at 2:07 with the Bionic elbow drop (WWF Superstars - 3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Frenchy Martin with the Ghostbuster at 12:40 (3/19/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Ron Garvin defeated Steve Vega via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:33 (Wrestling Challenge - 3/7/90; San Francisco, CA; Cow Palace)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Stephen DeLeon with the side suplex at 2:15 (WWF Superstars - 3/6/90; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Hercules defeated Black Bart via submission to a backbreaker at 12:06 (3/19/90; Madison Square Garden)

4/16/90:
- Jake Roberts pinned Joe Champ at 3:14 with the DDT (Wrestling Challenge - 4/3/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial)
- Mr. Perfect pinned Jim McPherson at 2:19 with the Perfect Plex (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Chris Duffy via submission with the sleeper at 2:39 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/3/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Sonny Blaze via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:31 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/3/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial)
- Paul Roma pinned Boris Zhukov at 14:14 with a powerslam (10/8/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) fought Bob Salsa to a no contest when Rhodes & Sapphire were attacked by Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri before the match began, with Sherri then forcing Sapphire to kiss Savage's feet after Savage hit the flying elbowsmash on Rhodes twice (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned the Brooklyn Brawler 2:16 with a diving headbutt from the middle turnbuckle (Wrestling Challenge - 4/3/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial)
- The Big Bossman pinned Pez Whatley at 2:43 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Whatley to the top rope and beat him with the nightstick (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Rick Martel pinned Tito Santana at 9:38 after spraying Santana in the eyes with his Arrogance cologne (Hottest Matches) (4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)

4/23/90 (3.5):
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Paul Perez at 1:18 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move two more times before Perez was taken backstage on a stretcher (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Pez Whatley & Bob Bradley at 2:37 when Bret pinned Bradley following the Hart Attack (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- The Brooklyn Brawler pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 7:34 after sending Rivera face-first to the mat from the middle rope (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Dale Wolfe & Scott Colontonio at 2:13 when Butch pinned Colontonio following the double gutbuster (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Paul Roma via submission with the Boston Crab at 3:08 (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov at 4:18 when Ax pinned Zhukov following the Decapitation; after the match, the challengers argued over the loss (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim McPherson at 2:28 with a clothesline off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 4/3/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial)
- Al Perez pinned Conquistador #1 (Jose Luis Rivera) with a spinning crucifix powerbomb (Perez' MSG debut) (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Mark Frear & George Skaaland at 2:36 when Honky pinned Frear following a double back suplex (Wrestling Challenge - 4/3/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial)
- Pat Tanaka (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Marty Jannetty at around the 7-minute mark after Tanaka hit Jannetty in the back with Fuji's cane; after the bout, Shawn Michaels and Sato appeared with all four men brawling until the Rockers gained the upper hand (4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)

4/30/90 (3.1):

5/7/90 (2.7):
- Jake Roberts pinned Buddy Rose at 2:07 with the DDT; after the bout, Bad News Brown appeared on the interview platform and said that when he gets his hands on Jake he will wish he was never born; Roberts then challenged Brown to meet him in the ring, which Brown accepted, but Brown eventually ran backstage when Roberts took Damien out of the snake bag (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Koko B. Ware defeated Randy Neverman (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Mario Mancini at 1:42 with the flying elbowsmash; after the bout, Savage hit the move a second time (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Pez Whatley at 3:51 with a boot to the face; after the bout, Jim danced in the ring with ring announcer Mike McGuirk (4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Louie Spicolli & Mark Young at 3:20 when Sato pinned Spicolli with a sit-down powerbomb (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov when Bret pinned Zhukov following the Hart Attack at the 18-second mark after Volkoff & Zhukov were attacked from behind while singing the Russian National Anthem (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Toronto, Ontario; SkyDome)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov at 1:51 when Bret pinned Zhukov following the Hart Attack; after the bout, the Bolsheviks began fighting with each other until referees broke the two up (Wrestling Challenge - 4/3/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Gorman with a boot to the face and clothesline off the top at 1:34 (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:07 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Paul Diamond pinned Jim Powers at 9:53 by reversing a powerslam into a small package (4/30/90; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Mr. Perfect pinned Jimmy Snuka with his feet on the ropes at 3:44; after the bout, Snuka cleared Perfect from the ring (WWF Superstars - 4/4/90; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)

5/14/90 (3.3):
- Mr. Perfect pinned Jim Brunzell at 5:03 with the Perfect Plex (4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- The Genius pinned Dale Wolfe at 2:28 with a somersault splash off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Hercules & Paul Roma defeated Kenny Johnson & Buddy Rose at 7:22 when Roma pinned Johnson with a crossbody off the top as Hercules held Johnson up in a suplex (4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- WWF IC Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Roddy Piper fought Rick Martel to a double disqualification at 5:25 after Martel got hit Arrogance spray can and began spraying it at Piper, who then retaliated by getting a steel chair; this bout took place after Mr. Perfect won the tournament but was aired one week prior to the tournament finals (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Mark Ming & the Brooklyn Brawler at 3:43 when Luke pinned Ming following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jerry Monti with the sit-down splash at 1:06; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move two more times before Monti was placed on a stretcher; moments later, Quake returned to the ring and hit the move as Monti was strapped down; as he attempted it a fourth time, Jim Duggan came out and cleared Quake from the ring with his 2x4 (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- WWF IC Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) fought Brutus Beefcake to a double count-out at 5:17 when both men began brawling on the floor and Mr. Perfect interfered, pulled Beefcake off the ring apron, and attacked him (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Marty Jannetty) fought Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) to a double disqualification at 14:42 when Jannetty entered the ring as Dibiase and Virgil attempted to double team Michaels behind the referee's back; after the bout, the Rockers sent Dibiase to the floor with a double dropkick and attempted to hit the double flying fistdrop on Virgil before he was pulled from the ring; moments thereafter, ring announcer Mike McGuirk mistakingly deemed the bout a double count-out before correcting herself (Hottest Matches) (4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)

5/21/90 (3.0):
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Boris Zhukov & Nikolai Volkoff when Michaels pinned Zhukov following a double flying fistdrop by the Rockers; after the match, Zhukov and Volkoff argued and split up after Volkoff attacked Zhukov (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the Boston Crab at 2:49 (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Kenny Johnson via submission with the sleeper at 2:13 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Stephen DeLeon at 2:33 with a splash (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Randy Neverman & Paul Diamond when Bret pinned Neverman following the Hart Attack at 2:20 (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned the Black Knight at 1:58 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the middle rope and beat him with the nightstick (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned the Red Rooster at 4:45 with the side suplex (4/30/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Buddy Rose at 5:00 with the top rope splash (4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim Powers & Rudy Gonzalez (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Jim Duggan pinned Pez Whatley with the running clothesline at 2:55 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Ray Majori at 2:46 with a clothesline off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Jake Roberts pinned Bob Bradley with the DDT at 2:53 (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- WWF IC Championship Tournament Finals: Mr. Perfect pinned Tito Santana with an inside cradle at 7:30 after Santana became distracted by Bobby Heenan at ringside; after the match Perfect announced that Heenan was his new manager; the title belt used at the end of the contest was actually an old tag team championship belt (Battle of the WWF Superstars) (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)

5/28/90:
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Pez Whatley at 2:02 with the splash off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Powers at 5:24 with a clothesline off the top (5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Black Bart & Kent Carlson at 2:09 when Butch pinned Carlson following the double gutbuster (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect pinned Sonny Blaze with the Perfect Plex at 2:12 (WWF Superstars - 4/23/90; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Koko B. Ware pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a missile dropkick at 11:33 (4/29/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Paul Roma via submission with the Million $ Dream at 3:03 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Tom Stone & Tom Bennett at 3:38 when Bret pinned Bennett following the Hart Attack (Wrestling Challenge - 5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- The Warlord pinned Martin Roy at 3:07 with the running powerslam (4/29/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated the Genius via submission with the sleeper at 5:25; during the bout, the Genius wore a wig after sustaining a haircut from Beefcake at WrestleMania VI (5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)

6/4/90 (2.8):
- The Big Bossman pinned Black Bart at 1:55 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the middle rope and beat him with the nightstick (Wrestling Challenge - 5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Bad News Brown pinned Red Tyler at 1:49 with the Ghetto Blaster; just as the opening bell rang, Tyler pulled a rubber snake out of his tights and Brown ran halfway up the aisle before returning and attacking Tyler from behind; after the bout, Brown stomped on the snake and dropped a chair on it (Wrestling Challenge - 5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Hercules defeated Paul Diamond via submission with the backbreaker at 4:48 (5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Paul Roma & Greg Frent at 2:03 when Sato pinned Frent with a sit-down powerbomb (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Ron Garvin defeated Tom Stone via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:19 (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Al Perez pinned Mark Young with a German suplex into a bridge (4/29/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Nikolai Volkoff defeated Boris Zhukov via disqualification at 1:13 when Zhukov hit Volkoff with his boot; prior to the bout, Zhukov sang the Russian National Anthem and Volkoff opted to sing the American National Anthem (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Jeff Johnson & Tom Bennett at 3:36 when Michaels pinned Johnson following double flying fistdrops off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Scott Colton at 1:36 with a splash (Wrestling Challenge - 5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) pinned Tony Leone at 1:42 with the Bionic elbow drop (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned Al Burke at 1:46 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Brunzell at 5:44 with the side suplex (5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)

6/11/90 (3.1):
- Tito Santana pinned Black Bart with the flying forearm (4/29/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Red Tyler with the Rude Awakening at 1:50; prior to the bout, Rude & Heenan forced Howard Finkel to introduce Rude as the next WWF Champion (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Jake Roberts defeated Tom Burton; after the bout, Bad News Brown attacked Roberts and attempted to smash the snake bag with a steel chair but Roberts cleared him from the ring before he could (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Frankie DeFalco at 1:43 with a clothesline to the back of the head (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect defeated Jim Powers (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Koko B. Ware pinned the Conquistador with the Ghostbuster (4/29/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Tugboat defeated Paul Diamond (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man defeated Jim Brunzell & Warren Bianchi (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Spike Jones via submission with the sleeper at 3:06 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Scott Colton at 1:53 with the running powerslam (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Wilt Jones & Kent Carlson at 2:35 when Ax pinned Carlson following the Decapitation (Wrestling Challenge - 5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) fought Ronnie Garvin to a double count-out at 6:01 when both men began brawling on the floor (Tough Guys) (5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)

6/18/90 (3.1) - featured the Rosetti Sisters as in-studio guests:
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Pez Whatley at 4:31 with a clothesline off the top (6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- Shane Douglas pinned Bob Bradley at 3:46 with a slingshot back suplex (5/27/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Dale Wolfe & Bill Garlets when Luke pinned Garlets following the double gutbuster at 2:58 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Powers & Jim McPherson at 1:40 when Sato pinned McPherson with a sit-down powerbomb (SuperTape 2) (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- The Big Bossman pinned Jeff Johnson with the sidewalk slam at 2:14 (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned Duane Gill at 1:36 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Koko B. Ware & Jimmy Snuka when Valentine pinned Koko at 7:22 after a clothesline when Koko had Honky in a roll-up; after the match Koko slammed Honky, setting him up for a splash from Snuka but Valentine pulled Honky out of the ring before Snuka could hit the move (6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- Brutus Beefcake defeated Mike Durham via submission with the sleeper at 3:23 (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Ulysses at 1:36 with the side suplex (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Tony Leone & Tom Stone at 2:43 when Michaels pinned Leone following a flying fistdrop from Jannetty's shoulders (WWF Superstars - 5/15/90; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
- Rick Martel pinned Hercules at 6:46 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and holding onto the ropes for leverage; after the match, Hercules attacked Martel and shoved the referee to the mat before being sprayed with Martel's Arrogance, shortly thereafter, Paul Roma made the save and checked on Hercules (6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)

6/25/90 (3.5) - featured the Rosetti Sisters as in-studio guests:
- Boris Zhukov defeated Ron Garvin via disqualification at 6:01 when Nikolai Volkoff interfered after Zhukov attempted a pinfall with his feet on the ropes (6/5/90; Rochester, NY; WarMemorial Auditorium)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) pinned Black Bart at 2:40 with the Bionic elbow drop (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Powers with the Rude Awakening at 2:37 (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Dale Wolfe at 2:13 with a bulldog (Wrestling Challenge - 6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Mike Pocari at 1:38 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move two more times resulting in Pocari being taken out on a stretcher; during the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed a fan in the audience about Hulk Hogan, with the fan saying Hogan will return (Wrestling Challenge - 6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition Smash & Crush (w/ Demolition Ax) defeated Paul Diamond & Joe Champ at 3:24 when Crush pinned Champ following the Decapitation (Crush's surprise TV debut) (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Brady Boone at 6:20 with the running powerslam (6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 2:49 with a clothesline to the back of the head (6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- The Brooklyn Brawler pinned Martin Roy with a powerslam (5/27/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jake Roberts defeated Akeem (w/ Slick) via disqualification at 6:24 when Slick prevented Roberts from executing the DDT by grabbing onto his leg from the floor; after the bout, Roberts sent Slick into Akeem - knocking Akeem to the floor - before hitting the DDT on Slick; moments thereafter, Roberts took Damien out of the bag before Akeem pulled Slick out of the ring (Hottest Matches) (6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)

7/2/90 - featured the Rosetti Sisters as in-studio guests; featured Koko B. Ware as a guest of the Brother Love Show, where Koko put Frankie on Love's shoulder and then stole the microphone and said to Love that he doesn't love anybody really, and love is about people such as Hulk Hogan and his Hulkamaniacs and the Ultimate Warrior and his warriors (6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena):
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Chris Duffy at 1:50 with a splash off the top (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Haku pinned Richard Charland at the 55-second mark with a side kick to the face (5/27/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Big Bossman pinned Barry Hardy at 2:25 with the sidewalk slam (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Shane Douglas pinned Buddy Rose at 7:25 with a hurricanrana (6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- Rick Martel defeated Brady Boone via submission with the Boston Crab at 2:30; during the bout, Gene Okerlund was in the front row describing the smell of Martel's Arrogance cologne (Wrestling Challenge - 6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- Tito Santana fought Akeem (w/ Slick) to a double count-out at 9:04 when both men began brawling on the floor (6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- Tugboat pinned Pez Whatley at 3:26 with a splash (5/27/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Mark Thomas at 1:16 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Jim Duggan made the save with the 2X4 after Earthquake stole the Hulk Hogan friendship bracelet from Thomas's wrist and squashed it (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Hercules at around the 6-minute mark with the Perfect Plex after Hercules put his head down for a backdrop attempt (5/27/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)

7/9/90 (2.8):
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Jim Brunzell at 3:06 with the flying elbowsmash (WWF Superstars - 6/6/90; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Tito Santana pinned Pez Whatley at 3:02 with the flying forearm (Wrestling Challenge - 6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Mark Thomas at 3:38 with the Perfect Plex (Wrestling Challenge - 6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- Jake Roberts pinned Paul Diamond with the DDT at 2:25 (WWF Superstars - 6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Tugboat pinned Tony Burton at 2:02 with a splash from the middle turnbuckle (WWF Superstars - 6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Akeem pinned Brady Boone (sub. for the Red Rooster) at 9:11 with a splash (6/17/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Hercules & Jim McPherson at 1:46 when Sato pinned McPherson with the sit-down powerbomb; after the bout, Hercules was double-teamed and attacked with Fuji's cane until Paul Roma made the save; it was announced during the match that Hercules was a sub. for McPherson's partner who didn't show up and Hercules volunteered himself for the match (Wrestling Challenge - 6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Buddy Rose at 1:46 with a bulldog (WWF Superstars - 6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Gary Jackson at 1:30 with the running powerslam (Wrestling Challenge - 6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Jimmy Snuka defeated Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at the 10-minute mark when Heenan pushed Snuka off the top rope; after the match, Snuka landed several chops on Heenan (6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)

7/16/90 (3.2):
- The Legion of Doom defeated Bob Bradley & Al Burke at 1:47 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Burke following the Doomsday Device (LOD's TV debut) (Wrestling Challenge - 6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Jim Evans at 1:44 with the running powerslam (6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Hillbilly Jim pinned Pez Whatley at 3:51 with a boot to the face; after the bout, Jim danced in the ring with ring announcer Mike McGuirk (4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Red Tyler at 2:27 with a clothesline off the top; during the bout, Heenan wore a headset at ringside but it was unclear as to why (WWF Superstars - 6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Jim Brunzell pinned Black Bart at 4:25 with a dropkick (6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Al Perez pinned Jim Powers with a reverse roll up and hooking the tights for leverage (6/17/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Jim Duggan pinned Paul Diamond at 1:53 with the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- The Genius pinned Mike Shelton at 3:22 with a somersault splash off the top; the Genius wore a blonde wig for the bout with head gear to keep the wig on (6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Tom Bennett & Kent Carlson (Wrestling Challenge - 6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) pinned Ron Garvin at 8:55 by hooking the tights for leverage after Virgil grabbed Garvin’s leg from the outside; after the bout Garvin chased Virgil to the locker room (6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)

7/23/90 (3.0):
- The Big Bossman pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:49 with the sidewalk slam; during the bout, an insert promo from Ted Dibiase was shown where he said he was disgusted he went to a place like Cobb County, Ga. and then showed his new wrestling buddy doll, saying that's what happens when your rich and famous like him (WWF Superstars - 6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Boris Zhukov pinned Scott Colton at 1:30 with a clothesline to the back of the head (WWF Superstars - 6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Tony Burton at 2:35 with the splash off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- The Barbarian pinned Troy Williams at 2:32 with the clothesline off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) pinned Paul Diamond at 1:54 with the Bionic elbow drop; during the bout, an insert promo from Sensational Sherri was shown questioning how someone could be sending gifts to a peasant like Sapphire and not to her after Sapphire was shown sporting a new necklace (WWF Superstars - 6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart( defeated Ron Garvin & George Anderson when Honky pinned Anderson following a double back suplex (6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Alan Reynolds at 1:49 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move twice more, resulting in Reynolds been taken out on a stretcher (WWF Superstars - 6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Paul Roma pinned Buddy Rose at 6:05 with a powerslam (6/17/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition Smash & Crush (w/ Demolition Ax) defeated Tito Santana & Jim Brunzell at 8:13 when Smash pinned Brunzell with a clothesline after Ax interfered and hit a clothesline on Brunzell as he ran the ropes (6/25/90; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)

7/30/90 (3.2):
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Tom Stone at 3:39 with a splash off the top (7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Ricky Rice via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:39 (Wrestling Challenge - 7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Black Bart & Kent Carlson at 2:16 when Bret pinned Carlson following the Hart Attack (Wrestling Challenge - 7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Evans & Randy Fox at 1:22 when Sato pinned Evans with the sit-down powerbomb (Wrestling Challenge - 7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Dino Bravo defeated Mike Falcon (Wrestling Challenge - 6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Tugboat pinned Haku with a splash at 3:14 (7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect defeated Jim Brunzell (Wrestling Challenge - 6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Jake Roberts pinned Spike Jones with the DDT (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man defeated Troy Williams & George Anderson (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Rick Martel pinned Ron Garvin at 8:18 with a reverse roll up and hooking the tights for leverage (5/27/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)

8/6/90 (4.1):
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Jim Powers & Jim Brunzell at 6:46 when Roma pinned Brunzell with a splash off the top following a powerslam from Hercules (7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart & Dino Bravo) pinned Red Tyler with the sit-down splash at 1:44; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move twice more resulting in Tyler being taken out on a stretcher (Wrestling Challenge - 7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Buddy Rose at 3:09 with the Tornado Punch (Von Erich's TV debut) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Koko B. Ware & Ricky Rice at 1:48 when Sato pinned Rice with the sit-down powerbomb (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tito Santana at 10:11 by reversing an inside cradle (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Randy Jackson & Pez Whatley at 1:56 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Jackson following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Shane Douglas pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with a reverse crossbody off the top (7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition Smash & Crush (w/ Ax) defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 9:31 when Ax interfered behind referee Joey Marella's back, hit a clothesline on Michaels as Michaels had Smash rolled up, and scored the pin; after the bout, both the Hart Foundation and the Legion of Doom came to the ring to dispute the decision (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)

8/13/90 (3.0):
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Jim Evans with the flying elbowsmash at 1:11; after the bout, Sherri attacked Evans with a stuffed Randy Savage buddy doll (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Dale Wolfe & Bill Garlets when Luke pinned Garlets following the double gutbuster at 2:58 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/5/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial Auditorium)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Black Bart & Tom Bennett when Michaels pinned Bennett after a fistdrop from both men from the top rope, following the Rocker Dropper from Jannetty at 1:59 (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Warren Bianchi with a clothesline off the top at 1:26 (Wrestling Challenge - 7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Jim Brunzell via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:06 (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Bad News Brown pinned Jim Powers with the Ghetto Blaster at 3:23 (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Tom Stone & Al Burke at when Bret pinned Stone after the Hart Attack at 1:41 (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Randy Fox with the Perfect Plex at 2:03; after the bout, Kerry Von Erich came to ringside and challenged Perfect to an IC title match (WWF Superstars - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Scott Colton & Rick Rice when Roma pinned Colton with a splash off the top, after a superplex from Herc at 2:08 (Wrestling Challenge - 7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the Tornado Punch at 1:53 (Wrestling Challenge - 7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 9:43 when Heenan broke the champion's cover after Warrior hit the flying shoulderblock / splash combo; after the bout, Warrior cornered Heenan in the ring, repeatedly punched him, and eventually threw him to the floor (Saturday Night's Main Event - 7/16/90; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)

8/19/90 - Summer Slam Fever (3.6; the repeat broadcast the following day drew a 3.7 rating) - featured Vince McMahon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included Hulk Hogan & Jimmy Hart as guests of the Brother Love Show; featured Gene Okerlund conducting podium interviews with WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition, WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect, and WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior; all matches took place 8/15/90 in Utica, NY:
- WWF Tag Team Champion Demolition Smash pinned Jim Neidhart (sub. for Bret Hart) by holding onto the ropes for leverage at 6:08; after the match Neidhart attacked Smash and took his belt with him until he was attacked by Ax & Crush in the aisle way
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Black Bart with the Tornado Punch at 2:40
- The Warlord pinned Pez Whatley at 2:53 with a powerslam
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Boris Zhukov with a clothesline to the back of the neck at 2:37
- Paul Roma & Hercules defeated Mark Thomas & Mike Williams at 2:35 following the Power Plex
- Jake Roberts pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with the DDT at 2:37
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Ron Garvin in a non-title match by blocking a suplex and turning it into the Perfect Plex at 5:56
- The Orient Express defeated Sonny Blaze & Shane Douglas at 2:08 when Sato pinned Blaze with a powerbomb
- Jim Duggan defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification when Dino Bravo interfered at 6:20; after the bout, Hulk Hogan made the save with Duggan’s 2X4

9/3/90 - hosted by Gene Okerlund (sub. for Gorilla Monsoon) & Bobby Heenan:
- Jake Roberts pinned Buddy Rose at 2:38 with the DDT (WWF Superstars - 8/8/90; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Sonny Blaze at 1:14 with the Rude Awakening (Wrestling Challenge - 8/7/90; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Bob Bradley at 3:28 with the flying forearm (8/7/90; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition Ax, Smash, & Crush defeated Jim McPherson, Jim Powers, & Mike Tecalo at around 5:30 when Crush pinned McPherson following the Decapitation (8/7/90; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- The Brooklyn Brawler pinned Barry O at around the 10-minute mark with a reverse roll up (7/27/90; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Black Bart & Dick Woody at 2:53 when Butch pinned Woody following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 8/7/90; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Bad News Brown pinned Mike Pocari at 2:47 with the Ghetto Blaster (8/8/90; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy at 1:33 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Gill following the Doomsday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 8/7/90; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Haku pinned Jim Brunzell at 14:50 with a backbreaker (7/27/90; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)

9/10/90 (2.6):
- Tugboat pinned Bob Bradley with a splash off the second rope at 1:59 (WWF Superstars - 8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Barry Hardy with the running powerslam at 2:38 (8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a clothesline to the back of the head at 4:08 (8/15/90; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Shane Douglas & Dale Paradise when Roma pinned Paradise following the Powerplex at 2:22 (8/8/90; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Jim Powers via submission at 2:53 with a knuckle hold (Slaughter's return match) (Wrestling Challenge - 8/7/90; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned Pez Whatley with the sidewalk slam at 1:42 (WWF Superstars - 8/8/90; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Ron Cumberland with a splash at 1:27 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Dale Wolfe with the Ghostbuster at 1:52 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/7/90; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- The Honkytonk Man & Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Mark Thomas & Jim McPherson at 1:44 when Valentine pinned McPherson following a double back suplex; prior to the bout, Jimmy Hart announced that Rhythm & Blue's song had just sold over 500,000 records (WWF Superstars - 8/8/90; Providence, RI; Civic Center)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Boris Zhukov with the top rope splash (8/15/90; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)

9/17/90 (3.0):
- WWF IC Champion Kerry Von Erich pinned Barry O with the Tornado Punch (WWF Superstars - 8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Saba Simba defeated Chris Duffy (WWF Superstars - 8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Ron Garvin, Jim McPherson, & Jose Luis Rivera at 5:31 when Ax pinned McPherson following the Decapitation; Demolition were not recognized as tag team champions when the bout aired (8/15/90; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- Jake Roberts pinned Brian Costello (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned the Genius at 2:59 with the running clothesline; after the bout, Duggan pulled Genius' blonde wig off as the Genius attempted to attack him from behind (8/15/90; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart & Earthquake) pinned Mike Durham at 3:38 with the side suplex; after the bout, Earthquake twice hit the sit-down splash on Durham (8/15/90; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- Paul Roma & Hercules defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 6:00 following the Power Plex on Marty Jannetty; Jannetty had to go the match alone after Shawn Michaels was attacked on the floor with Hercules' chain, further injuring his knee; after the match, Michaels had to be stretchered out of the ring (Summer Slam '90 - 8/27/90; Philadelphia Spectrum)
- Marty Jannetty pinned Dale Wolfe (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Earthquake defeated Sonny Blaze (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Shane Douglas fought Haku to a 15-minute time-limit draw (8/15/90; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)

9/24/90 (2.6):
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Buddy Rose at 4:17 with the top rope splash (8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Barry Hardy with the running powerslam at 2:38 (8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Rico Frederico & Scott Colontonio when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Frederico at 2:03 following the Doomsday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- The Honkytonk Man & Greg Valentine defeated Barry Hardy & Duane Gill (WWF Superstars - 8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Powers at 1:55 with the Perfect Plex (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Conquistador & Bob Bradley (8/15/90; Utica, NY; Memorial Auditorium)
- The Big Bossman pinned Paul Perez at 1:30 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman confronted Bobby Heenan at the broadcast booth, dragged him ringside, handcuffed him to the guardrail, and threw the key into the audience (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Ross Lindsey & Barry Hardy when Roma pinned Hardy at 2:42 following the Power Plex; during the bout, Heenan tried to pay off Slick to free him from the guardrail (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Tugboat pinned Chris Duffy at 1:41 with a splash; during the bout, Rick Rude came out in an attempt to free Heenan from the guardrail; after the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Rude & Heenan at ringside, where Rude was censored for his comments and demanded Bossman come out to free Heenan; Heenan remained handcuffed as the show went off the air (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Tito Santana pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the flying forearm (8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Ted Dibiase defeated Ross Lindsey (WWF Superstars - 8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Nikolai Volkoff pinned Boris Zhukov at 3:53 with a clothesline to the back of the head; after the bout, Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan appeared ringside and attacked Volkoff, with Slaughter repeatedly whipping Volkoff until referees pulled him away (8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)

10/1/90:
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Reno Riggins at 2:38 with the flying elbowsmash (WWF Superstars - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Saba Simba pinned Al Burke at 2:05 with a Samoan Drop (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- The Genius pinned Gary Starr at 2:30 with a somersault splash off the top (8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Tony Burton & Bob Bradley at 2:40 when Bret pinned Burton following the Hart Attack (WWF Superstars - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Haku fought Koko B. Ware to a time-limit draw at 13:33; after the bout, Koko cleared Haku from the ring (8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Demolition Ax, Smash, & Crush defeated Kevin Krueger, WT Jones, & Kent Carlson at 3:40 when Crush pinned Jones following the Decapitation (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- Tugboat pinned the Conquistador at 1:58 with a splash from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Tugboat introduced Hulk Hogan, who came out and posed with Tugboat in the ring (WWF Superstars - 8/28/90; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil & Sapphire) defeated Red Tyler via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:40 (WWF Superstars - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Tito Santana pinned Barry O at 3:31 with the flying forearm (Wrestling Challenge - 8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Brunzell at 5:38 with the clothesline off the top (9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)

10/8/90 (2.6):
- The Bushwhackers defeated Dale Wolfe & Barry Hardy when Luke pinned Hardy at 3:36 following the double gutbuster (8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart & Dino Bravo) pinned Tom Bennett at 1:39 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move twice more before Bennett was taken backstage on a stretcher (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned Scott Colton at 1:29 with the splash (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- Jim Duggan defeated Paul Diamond (WWF Superstars - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Koko B. Ware pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a missile dropkick at 11:33 (4/29/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Ron Garvin via submission at 10:51; after the bout, Slaughter slapped Garvin repeatedly until Garvin began to fight back, with Adnan attacking Garvin from behind and helping double team him until referees came to the ring (8/29/90; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Red Tyler with the Perfect Plex at 1:49 (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Mike Shelton & Tony Burton (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- Hercules & Paul Roma defeated Jim Brunzell & Brad Cramer (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Nikolai Volkoff via disqualification at 6:27 when Tugboat interfered after Bravo hit Volkoff with Hart's megaphone behind the referee's back (9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)

10/15/90:
- Battle Cat pinned Bob Bradley with a victory roll (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- Demolition Ax, Smash, & Crush defeated Scott Colton, Earl Dennis, & Brad Kramer at 2:55 when Ax scored the pin following the Decapitation; after the bout, Demolition hit the same move on the two other opponents, this time with Crush dropping the elbow from the middle turnbuckle (WWF Superstars - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Shane Douglas pinned Pez Whatley with a Frankensteiner at 1:39 (WWF Superstars - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Barbarian defeated Kent Carlson (WWF Superstars - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Ron Garvin defeated Black Bart (9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- Marty Jannetty pinned Paul Diamond at 5:10 with a flying fistdrop (9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Evans with the Rude Awakening at 1:06 (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Alan Reynolds & Randy Jackson at 2:11 when Bret pinned Reynolds following the Hart Attack (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Brian Costello & James Saxton at 1:54 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Saxton following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Orient Express defeated Reno Riggins & Red Tyler (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- The Big Bossman pinned Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 5:43 with the sidewalk slam; early in the bout, Heenan distracted Bossman by appearing on the interview platform and asking Bossman if he brought his ugly mother; Heenan then went ringside and began slapping Bossman as he was laid across the middle ring rope; moments later, Heenan ran back to the platform when Bossman attempted to grab at him (9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)

10/22/90 (2.8):
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Koko B. Ware via submission with a knuckle hold at 5:18; after the bout, Nikolai Volkoff appeared on the interview platform and waved the American flag as Slaughter waved the Iraqi flag in the ring (Saturday Night's Main Event - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Black Bart at 3:07 with the splash off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 9/19/90; Flint, MI; IMA Sports Arena)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Brad Kramer at 1:28 with the running powerslam (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Akeem (w/ Slick) pinned George Anderson at 1:30 with the splash (WWF Superstars - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Dusty Rhodes via count-out at around 9:30 when Savage came off the top to the floor with a double axe handle after Dusty became distracted by Ted Dibiase and Virgil at ringside attacking his son, Dustin, and busting him open; during the bout, Dibiase and Virgil appeared in the crowd and paid off the entire front row; moments later, Dibiase tried to pay Dustin off but he ripped up the money and threw it in Virgil's face; Dibiase and Virgil then took a seat beside Dustin; after the bout, Dusty covered his bloodied son and was stomped by Dibiase and Virgil (Saturday Night's Main Event - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Big Bossman pinned Tony Burton at 1:17 with the sidewalk slam (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Jim Duggan defeated Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 9:10 after Rude pushed the referee to the mat (9/21/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Red Tyler & Kevin Krueger at 2:38 when Roma pinned Kruger following the Power Plex (Wrestling Challenge - 10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)
- WWF IC Champion Kerry Von Erich pinned Doug Vines with the tornado punch at 1:53 (Wrestling Challenge - 10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)

10/29/90 (2.7):
- Davey Boy Smith pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:20 with the running powerslam (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Dustin Rhodes pinned Paul Diamond at 7:03 with a flying forearm and an elbow drop; Rhodes used the "Crank it Up" song by Jimmy Hart as his theme song (Dustin's MSG debut) (9/21/90; Madison Square Garden)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Koko B. Ware & Battle Kat at 7:33 when Tanaka pinned Koko after Sato hit Koko with Fuji's cane behind the referee's back (10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)
- Saba Simba pinned Bob Bradley at 3:44 with a Samoan Drop (10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Hulk Hogan & Tugboat defeated Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man via disqualification at 7:30 after Honky hit Tugboat with a guitar (Saturday Night's Main Event - 9/18/90; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Shane Douglas at 6:01 with a clothesline off the top (10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Haku at 5:12 with a reverse roll up (10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Kent Carlson & Buddy Rose at 2:54 when Jannetty pinned Carlson after Michaels front-suplexed his partner onto Carlson (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Randy Jackson at 1:07 with the Perfect Plex (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)

11/5/90 (2.3):
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Jim Brunzell at 4:41 with the running powerslam (10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Ron Garvin pinned Bob Bradley at 6:28 with a roll up (9/21/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Bushwhackers via disqualification at 4:04 when Butch hit Honky with the guitar (Mega Matches) (Wrestling Challenge - 10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Scott Colton & Reno Riggins at 3:14 when Roma pinned Riggins following the Power Plex (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Dustin Rhodes (w/ Dusty Rhodes) defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil & Sapphire) when Dustin survived the 10-minute time-limit; pre-match stipulations stated that if he could last 10 minutes with Dibiase he would be declared the winner; after the bout Dibiase pushed Dusty off the ring apron and then hit Dustin with the Million $ Belt (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tito Santana at 7:21 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Santana put the Barbarian on top for the win (9/21/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Shane Douglas pinned Black Bart at 4:55 with a crossbody off the top (10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart, Earthquake, Haku, & the Barbarian) pinned Gary Jackson at 1:38 with the side suplex; after the bout, Earthquake splashed Jackson (Wrestling Challenge - 10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)

11/12/90 (2.1):
- Rick Martel defeated Tito Santana via disqualification at 3:49 when a blinded Jake Roberts came to the ring and mistakengly attacked Santana, thinking he was Martel; after the bout, Santana gave Roberts the microphone, who then said he would get Martel in time (Wrestling Challenge - 10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)
- Battle Kat pinned Paul Diamond with a Thesz Press at 1:42 (Wrestling Challenge - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Red Tyler at 2:37 with the clothesline off the top (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Iron Mike Sharpe pinned SD Jones after hitting him with the loaded forearm (10/19/90; Madison Square Garden)
- The Legion of Doom defeated the Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 3:21 when Demolition Ax, Smash, & Crush interfered; after the bout, LOD were assaulted by all five wrestlers, with Fuji using his cane as a weapon (Fuji's reunion with Demolition) (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned Doug Vines at 2:37 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 10/9/90; Springfield, IL; Prairie Capital Convention Center)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Black Bart at 2:42 with the splash off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)
- The Warlord pinned Koko B. Ware at 8:07 after dropping him throat-first across the top rope (10/19/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Pez Whatley at 2:09 with the running powerslam (Wrestling Challenge - 10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Mike Shelton at 2:09 with the Perfect Plex; during the bout, the three members of Demolition came out to watch the match (Wrestling Challenge - 10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)

11/18/90 - Survivor Series Showdown (3.1) - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; all matches took place 10/29/90 in Indianapolis, IN:
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) pinned Tito Santana at 11:30 when Adnan tripped Santana as he attempted to suplex Slaughter into the ring
- Rick Martel pinned Marty Jannetty at 10:49 after Jannetty hit his head on the mat while attempting a slingshot into the ring
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Big Bossman via count-out at 10:59 when Bossman chased Bobby Heenan backstage; earlier in the bout, Heenan left the broadcast position and came ringside where he continuously nailed Bossman with cheap shots when the referee wasn't looking
- WWF Tag Team Champion Bret Hart pinned the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 10:25 with a roll up after Honky collided with Jimmy on the ring apron
- WWF IC Champion Kerry Von Erich defeated Demolition Smash via disqualification at 7:44 when Mr. Perfect, Ax, and Crush interfered; after the match, Ax & Smash hit the Decapitation on Von Erich before the Legion of Doom and the Ultimate Warrior ran out to make the save

11/26/90 (2.6):
- Jake Roberts pinned Tom Bennett with the DDT at 2:47 (Wrestling Challenge - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- Shane Douglas pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a sunset flip at 10:19 (10/19/90; Madison Square Garden)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 4:10 after Mr. Fuji threw salt into Butch's eyes; after the bout, Fuji attacked Butch with his cane while his team held Butch up (Wrestling Challenge - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Gary Jackson at 1:52 with a side kick to the face (Wrestling Challenge - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Dan Robbins & Alan Reynolds at 2:55 when Roma pinned Robbins following the Power Plex (WWF Superstars - 10/29/90; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man at 6:10 when Bret pinned Honky after Valentine accidentally hit Honky with his guitar (10/19/90; Madison Square Garden)
- The Warlord pinned Tito Santana by dropping him across the top rope as Santana attempted the flying forearm (4/29/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Rick Martel defeated Pez Whatley via submission with the Boston Crab at 2:49 (WWF Superstars - 10/29/90; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
- Dustin Rhodes (w/ Dusty Rhodes) pinned the Genius at 2:11 with a bulldog (Wrestling Challenge - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Dale Wolfe at 1:53 with the flying elbowsmash (Wrestling Challenge - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)

12/3/90 (2.5):
- Koko B. Ware pinned Bob Bradley at 4:04 with the Ghostbuster (11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- Mr. Perfect pinned Brad Kramer with the Perfect Plex (Wrestling Challenge - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- The Big Bossman pinned Chris Duffy with the sidewalk slam at 1:55; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the middle rope and left him there (WWF Superstars - 11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart & Dino Bravo) pinned Mike Daniel with the sit-down splash at 1:01; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move two more times (WWF Superstars - 11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Jake Roberts pinned Scott Colontonio with the DDT at 1:30 (WWF Superstars - 11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Demolition Smash & Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated the Bushwhackers at 8:21 when Crush pinned Butch with a clothesline after Fuji tripped Luke with his cane (11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) via disqualification when Virgil prevented the pinfall after Warrior hit a shoulderblock; after the bout, Randy Savage blindsided the champion in the ring and attacked him with his sceptor before dropping the flying elbowsmash (The Main Event - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- Rick Martel defeated Reno Riggins via submission with the Boston Crab (Wrestling Challenge - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- The Legion of Doom defeated the Black Demon (Jose Luis Rivera) & Sean Tracey following the Doomsday Device on Tracey (Wrestling Challenge - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- Battle Kat pinned Boris Zhukov at 5:01 with a Thesz Press (11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Tugboat defeated Jeff Sword (WWF Superstars - 10/29/90; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)

12/10/90:
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Boris Zhukov with the running powerslam at 3:32 (11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- Kane the Undertaker (w/ Brother Love) pinned Rick Sampson with the tombstone at 1:55 (Wrestling Challenge - 11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- The Bushwhackers defeated Chris Duffy & Black Bart at 2:01 when Butch pinned Duffy following a double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- Buddy Rose pinned Mario Mancini with a backbreaker at 5:13 (Funniest Moments 91) (11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Shane Douglas pinned the Black Demon at 1:35 with a flying crossbody (SuperTape 3) (WWF Superstars - 11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- The Barbarian pinned Battle Kat at 3:33 with a clothesline off the top (11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- Mr. Perfect defeated the Big Bossman via count-out at 8:15 when Bossman chased Bobby Heenan - who came ringside moments earlier - backstage; after the bout, Bossman chased Perfect out of the ring with the nightstick (The Main Event - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- Jimmy Snuka fought Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double count-out at 7:09; after the bout, Snuka cleared Bravo from the ring (11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Demolition Smash & Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Scott Summer & Jim McPherson at 2:47 when Crush pinned Summer following the Decapitation (WWF Superstars - 11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Glen Ruth via submission with the Camel Clutch at 2:03 (Wrestling Challenge - 11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Paul Perez & Barry Hardy at 3:14 when Bret pinned Perez following the Hart Attack (Wrestling Challenge - 11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial

12/17/90 (2.9) - special 300th episode:
- Dustin Rhodes pinned Boris Zhukov with the bulldog at 5:53 (10/10/90; Cape Girardeau, MO; Show Me Center)
- Ted DiBiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Nikolai Volkoff via submission with the Million $ Dream at 5:10; prior to the bout, Dibiase attmepted to pay Volkoff off with several $100 bills but Volkoff took the money and then rammed Dibiase and Virgil's heads together; after the bout, Virgil reclaimed the money (11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- The Legion of Doom defeated Duane Gill & Tony Ulysses at 3:08 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Gill following the Doomsday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- Tugboat defeated the Warlord (w/ Slick) via disqualification when Slick interfered at 7:55 by jumping on Tugboat's back from the ring apron; moments later, Tugboat threw Slick to the floor (11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned WWF IC Champion Kerry Von Erich with the Perfex Plex to win the title at 6:37 after Ted Dibiase, who had paid off Howard Finkel to be the guest ring announcer for the bout, hit the champion with the title belt as payback for Von Erich humiliating Dibiase the previous week on the Brother Love Show; Von Erich continued to wrestle as champion until the match was televised (Greatest Hits) (WWF Superstars - 11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- The Big Bossman pinned Mike Durham with the sidewalk slam at 1:58; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the top rope and left him there (Wrestling Challenge - 11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- Rick Martel defeated Tito Santana via submission with the Boston Crab (The Main Event - 10/30/90; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County Coliseum)
- Kane the Undertaker (w/ Brother Love) pinned Mario Mancini with the tombstone at 1:21 (WWF Superstars - 11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)

12/24/90:
- The Legion of Doom defeated Duane Gill & Tony Ulysses at 3:08 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Gill following the Doomsday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 11/20/90; Syracuse, NY; Onondoga War Memorial
- The Barbarian pinned Saba Simba with a boot to the face at 8:20 (12/13/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Kevin Green & Pat Armstrong at 3:57 when Roma pinned Green following the Power Plex (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- The Big Bossman pinned Pete Sanchez at 1:41 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman attached Sanchez to the ball & chain he had brought to the ring and then dropped the ball on Sanchez' stomach (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Haku at 8:19 with a roll up (12/13/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Buddy Rose (11/24/90; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Black Demon & Black Bart (WWF Superstars - 11/19/90; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Jake Roberts pinned Kent Carlson at 2:02 with the DDT (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Rico Frederico with the Perfect Plex at 2:29; the match was dedicated to George Steinbrenner who was sitting in the front row (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)

12/31/90 - special extended edition lasting 150 minutes; featured the Rosetti Sisters as in-studio guests:
- Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Jimmy Snuka after Sherri hit Snuka with her loaded purse; after the bout, Jim Duggan made the save as Savage attempted to hit the flying elbow drop (10/8/89; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Sonny Blaze & Jim Evans when Sags pinned Blaze (the Nastys' debut) (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Powers at 5:24 with a clothesline off the top (5/14/90; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Marty Jannetty) fought Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) to a double disqualification at 14:42 when Jannetty entered the ring as Dibiase and Virgil attempted to double team Michaels behind the referee's back; after the bout, the Rockers sent Dibiase to the floor with a double dropkick and attempted to hit the double flying fistdrop on Virgil before he was pulled from the ring; moments thereafter, ring announcer Mike McGuirk mistakingly deemed the bout a double count-out before correcting herself (Hottest Matches) (4/24/90; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Tugboat pinned Haku with a splash at 3:14 (7/17/90; Des Moines, IA; Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man via disqualification at around the 11-minute mark when Honky attempted to hit Butch with his guitar on the outside of the ring with Butch moving out of the way and Honky striking the ringpost instead (5/27/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Bob Bradley at 7:23 with a bulldog (6/26/90; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Rick Martel pinned Marty Jannetty at 10:49 after Jannetty hit his head on the mat while attempting a slingshot into the ring (10/29/90; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)

1991


1/7/91 (2.4):
- Saba Simba defeated Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 8:29 after Valentine pushed the referee; after the bout, Hart hit Valentine with his own guitar when Simba moved out of the way, busting him open in the process; when Valentine came around, he almost attacked Hart after the crowd began cheering Valentine to do so but Hart was able to escape before anything could happen (Tony Atlas’ first MSG appearance in 4 and a half years, and also his final MSG appearance) (12/28/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Jim Duggan pinned Tom Stone at 1:57 with the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Kane the Undertaker (w/ Brother Love) pinned Randy Hunter at 2:38 with the tombstone (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Don Steele at 1:35 with the sit-down splash; after the bout, Earthquake hit the move twice more (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Shane Douglas pinned Haku at 7:48 with a reverse flying bodypress (11/24/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Tugboat pinned Boris Zhukov (sub. for Dino Bravo) at 5:57 with a splash (11/24/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Kevin Green & Pat Armstrong at 3:57 when Roma pinned Green following the Power Plex (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- The Big Bossman pinned Kent Carlson at 1:35 with a gutwrench suplex (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Terry Davis via submission with the full nelson at 2:05 (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Tom Bennett at 1:37 with the running powerslam (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Raymond Hammer via submission with the Camel Clutch at 1:26 (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)

1/14/91 - featured Hillbilly Jim & Gene Okerlund as in-studio guests:
- Jim Duggan pinned JT Smith at 1:48 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Sonny Blaze & the Brooklyn Brawler when Tanaka pinned Blaze with a German suplex into a bridge following a side kick from Kato (12/13/90; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- Jake Roberts pinned Bob Bradley with the DDT at 2:25 (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Danny Brazil via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:18; after the bout, Dibiase threw down some money on the ring mat, slapped Virgil and demanded he pick up the money; Virgil said no at first and then Dibiase whispered something in Virgil's ear, to remind him of something which made Virgil pick up the money (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Black Bart at 10:07 with the Ghostbuster (12/28/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka defeated the Warlord via disqualification at 8:28 when the Warlord refused to stop choking Snuka on the ropes; after the bout, Snuka eventually cleared Warlord from the ring (12/28/90; Madison Square Garden)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Pat Armstrong & Pete Sanchez at 2:32 when Saggs pinned Armstrong following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Kent Carlson at 1:22 with the Tornado punch (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Rick Martel defeated Rico Fredrico via submission with the Boston Crab at 3:20 (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Dennis Allen & Gladiator at 2:08 when Luke pinned Allen following the double gutbuster (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Kevin Reno at 2:01 with the Perfect Plex (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)

1/21/91:
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Saba Simba & Paul Diamond at 5:14 when Roma pinned Diamond following the Power Plex; in an untelevised incident after the match, the Mariner (Brutus Beefcake) attacked Roma & Hercules (1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Jake Roberts pinned Bob Bradley with the DDT at 2:25 (WWF Superstars - 12/11/90; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Kane the Undertaker (w/ Brother Love) pinned Sonny Blaze with the tombstone at 2:25 (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Black Bart & Joe Mirto at 3:24 when Butch pinned Mirto following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Saba Simba defeated Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 8:29 after Valentine pushed the referee; after the bout, Hart hit Valentine with his own guitar when Simba moved out of the way, busting him open in the process; when Valentine came around, he almost attacked Hart after the crowd began cheering Valentine to do so but Hart was able to escape before anything could happen (Tony Atlas’ first MSG appearance in 4 and a half years, and also his final MSG appearance) (12/28/90; Madison Square Garden)
- Greg Valentine defeated Buddy Rose via submission with the figure-4 at 3:35; early in the bout, Jimmy Hart came to ringside, and was chased away by Valentine, he then returned moments later and was chased away again, he then returned a third time and was stalked backstage by Valentine after the bout ended (1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Tugboat pinned Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a splash at 8:36 (9/16/90; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Terry Davis & Cliff Sheets when Tanaka pinned Davis with a German suplex into a bridge following a side kick from Kato (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Joe Turner with the running powerslam at 2:22 (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Doug Vines & Cleo Reed when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Reed following the Doomsday Device at 2:19 (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)

1/28/91 (2.3) - included Paul, an alleged blind man confined to a wheelchair, as a guest of the Brother Love Show in which Brother Love restored his sight and ability to walk (1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center):
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Reno Riggins at 2:06 with a double-handed chokeslam; after the bout, he handcuffed Riggins' arms around his back and assaulted him with the shock stick (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned Jeff Sword at 1:26 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Sword to the middle rope and left him in the ring (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Dale Wolfe & Doug Vines at 4:29 when Bret pinned Wolfe following the Hart Attack (1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Allan Reynolds via submission with the Boston Crab at 1:43; after the match, the Mariner attacked Martel (the post-match attack was not televised) (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Saba Simba at 3:54 with a clothesline off the top (1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Paul Roma pinned Shane Douglas with a powerslam; the bout seemed to have ended moments earlier when Roma pinned Douglas by reversing a crossbody off the top but they continued to wrestle even after the bell sounded; the referee gave a fast count for the powerslam cover and Roma refused to have his hand raised in victory following the win (1/21/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Joe Turner with the running powerslam at 2:22 (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Terrance Blaylock at 2:54 with the Perfect Plex (1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Jake Roberts pinned Izzy Slapowitz at 2:03 with the DDT (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Mike Wallace & Pez Whatley at 1:48 when Crush pinned Wallace at 2:01 following the Decapitation; in an untelevised incident after the match, the Mariner attacked Demolition (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)

2/4/91:
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) when Bret pinned Tanaka at 3:26 after Neidhart dropped his partner onto Tanaka with a reverse powerslam (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Reno Riggins & Mike Williams at 2:42 when Saggs pinned Williams with the flying elbowsmash after a running powerslam from Knobbs (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Tugboat pinned Joe Turner at 1:33 with a splash (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tom King via submission at 1:36; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed King and assaulted him with the shock stick (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Mike Wallace & Pez Whatley at 1:48 when Crush pinned Wallace at 2:01 following the Decapitation; in an untelevised incident after the match, the Mariner attacked Demolition (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Koko B. Ware following the flying forearm at 10:10; Koko played the heel for the contest (SuperTape 4) (1/21/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Legion of Doom & Davey Boy Smith fought Hercules, Paul Roma, & the Warlord (w/ Slick) to a double disqualification at 7:15 when all six men began brawling in the ring (2nd Annual Battle of the WWF Superstars) (1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- Kerry Von Erich defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) via count-out at 3:40 after sending the champion into the ringpost; moments earlier, the Big Bossman came ringside and handcuffed himself to Heenan (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Shane Douglas pinned Dale Wolfe at 1:06 with a flying bodypress (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned Tony Burton at 2:28 with the running clothesline (1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)

2/18/91 (3.0) - featured the debut of the new format for the show where it was recorded in front of a studio audience, with Vince McMahon replacing Gorilla Monsoon as co-host alongside Bobby Heenan; featured the Bushwhackers as in-studio guests:
- The Nasty Boys won a 7 team battle royal by last eliminating the Legion of Doom at 6:19; other participants included: Demolition, the Orient Express, the Bushwhackers, Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty, and Paul Roma & Hercules; order of elimination: Smash by the Rockers via a double dropkick (2:20); Luke by Kato (2:40); Jannetty when Michaels accidentally dropkicked his partner out of the ring when Brian Knobbs moved out of the way (3:02); Kato by Road Warrior Hawk (4:49); Roma by Road Warrior Animal when Hercules threw his partner onto Animal, was then caught in mid-air, and dumped to the floor (5:51); Road Warrior Hawk was eliminated when Roma pulled him off the top rope as the LOD attempted the Doomsday Device on the Nasty Boys; due to pre-match stipulations, the Nasty Boys earned a WWF Tag Team Championship title match at WrestleMania VII (WWF Superstars - 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum)
- The Viking (Berzerker) defeated David Isley via count-out at 2:23 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor; after the bout, the Viking jumped over the top rope onto his opponent (the Viking's TV debut) (Wrestling Challenge - 1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the Boston Crab at 1:49 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned the Barbarian with a sunset flip at 11:16; after the bout, the Bossman was double teamed by Haku and the Barbarian (SuperTape 4) (1/25/91; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Marty Jannetty) pinned Demolition Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 7:18 when Jannetty interfered and came off the top onto Crush, with Michaels falling on top for the win (SuperTape 4) (1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- Tugboat defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 3:23 after Earthquake used Hart's megaphone as a weapon as Hart distracted Tugboat on the ring apron; after the bout, Quake further attacked Tugboat and hit the sit-down splash; in an untelevised incident, the Mariner then came to the ring and knocked Earthquake out (WWF Superstars - 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith defeated the Warlord (w/ Slick) via disqualification in a Full Nelson challenge when Warlord attacked Smith from behind after Smith became distracted by Slick; after the contest, Smith cleared the ring and hit the running powerslam on Slick (Wrestling Challenge - 1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Darryl Woodworth with the Tornado Punch at 1:32 (WWF Superstars - 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum)

2/25/91 (2.7) - featured the Mountie & Jimmy Hart, and Andre the Giant as in-studio guests:
- Virgil (w/ Roddy Piper) pinned Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan & Ted Dibiase) with a roll up at 3:38 after Piper distracted Haku from the ring apron (WWF Superstars - 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum)
- Jake Roberts pinned Terrence Baylock at 1:04 with the DDT (WWF Superstars - 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tom Landel via submission with a nerve hold at 2:47; after the bout, Mountie handcuffed his opponents hands together and then shocked him with the shock stick (Wrestling Challenge - 1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- Greg Valentine defeated Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 2:51 when Earthquake interfered as Valentine was about to apply the figure-4; after the match, the Mariner made the save (Wrestling Challenge - 1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase pinned Tugboat at 6:41 with a roll up after Tugboat hit the corner (2nd Annual Battle of the WWF Superstars) (1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Demolition Smash & Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 4:14 after Fuji grabbed Road Warrior Hawk’s foot and knocked him off the top as Hawk prepared to hit the Doomsday Device; after the bout, the LOD won a brawl over their opponents and cleared the ring (The Life & Death of the Road Warriors) (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/91; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Pez Whatley at 2:32 with the Perfect Plex (WWF Superstars - 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Mike Wallace at 1:31 with the running powerslam (WWF Superstars - 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum)
- WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the Camel Clutch at 1:28; after the bout, Slaughter attacked Wolfe with a chair; moments later, Slaughter whipped a medic who came out to check on Wolfe's condition (WWF Superstars - 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum)

3/4/91 (3.0) - featured Davey Boy Smith, the Big Bossman and Paul Bearer as in-studio guests:
- Greg Valentine fought the Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a double count-out at 6:35 when both men began brawling on the floor (2/18/91; Orlando, FL; Arena)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) pinned Koko B. Ware with a running powerslam (2/19/91; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Jerry Oates at 2:38 when Michaels pinned Oates following the double flying fistdrop (WWF Superstars - 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Max Nelson & Jesse Knight at 3:28 when Luke pinned Knight following a double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jimmy Snuka with the Perfect Plex at 5:18 (2/19/91; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase defeated Sonny Blaze via count-out at 2:52 after Virgil came ringside and carried Blaze to the back (Wrestling Challenge - 1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- Jake Roberts pinned Alan Martin with the DDT at 2:04 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/29/91; Savannah, GA; Civic Center)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Buddy Burke via submission at 2:03 with a nerve hold; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed Burke's hands behind his back and assaulted him with the shock stick (Wrestling Challenge - 2/19/91; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)

3/11/91 - featured Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri, Jake Roberts, and "the Queen of England" as in-studio guests:
- Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Koko B. Ware & Tito Santana when Smash pinned Koko after Crush kicked Koko's leg out from under him as he prepared to hit the Ghostbuster on Smash, with Smash then falling on top for the win (2/18/91; Orlando, FL; Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Pete Sanchez & John Martin at 2:22 when Bret pinned Martin following the Hart Attack (WWF Superstars - 2/18/91; Orlando, FL; Arena)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect pinned Pat Armstrong at 2:23 with the Perfect Plex (Wrestling Challenge - 2/19/91; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- The Viking (Berzerker) (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Brian Costello via count-out at 2:41 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor (Fuji's first appearance with the Viking) (Wrestling Challenge - 2/19/91; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 7:48 with a crucifix (2/19/91; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Frankie Lancaster via submission with the Boston Crab at 2:11 after pulling a blindfold over his opponent's face (WWF Superstars - 2/18/91; Orlando, FL; Arena)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Jim Powers with the tombstone at 3:13 (2/19/91; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)

3/17/91 - Road to WrestleMania VII (3.8) - featured Vince McMahon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; all matches took place 3/11/91 in Pensacola, FL unless stated; featured the Randy Savage / Ultimate Warrior contract signing for their match at WrestleMania VII, with the Undertaker & Paul Bearer also making an appearance; featured Roddy Piper conducting a podium interview segment with Ted Dibiase:
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect defeated Shawn Michaels via disqualification at 10:24 when the Big Bossman interfered and hit the champion as Michaels was caught in the Perfect Plex; Marty Jannetty came ringside mid-way through the contest to support Michaels and, after interfering on behalf of his tag team partner, Bobby Heenan soon followed to watch after the champion; late in the bout, Heenan climbed on the ring apron to distract Michaels which led to the Bossman coming ringside; after the bout, Andre the Giant came out and shook hands with the Bossman (World Tour 91)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Jim Corbett with the running powerslam at 1:32
- Rick Martel defeated Koko B. Ware via submission with the Boston Crab at 4:23 in a Blindfold match; before putting on his blindfold and after taking it off, Martel attacked the blindfolded Koko (Best of the WWF: Most Unusual Matches 93)
- Greg Valentine defeated Scott Allen via submission with the figure-4 at 2:59
- Hulk Hogan defeated Gen. Adnan via disqualification at 1:04 when Sgt. Slaughter came to the ring and attacked Hogan from behind with the WWF World Title belt; after the bout, Slaughter used the Iraqi flagpole to assault Hogan and then put him in the Camel Clutch for a lengthy period while Adnan held the title belt in front of Hogan's face; after letting go of the hold, Slaughter again assaulted Hogan with the flagpole before draping the flag on top of him (Hulkamania 6)
- The Nasty Boys won a 7 team battle royal by last eliminating the Legion of Doom at 6:19; other participants included: Demolition, the Orient Express, the Bushwhackers, Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty, and Paul Roma & Hercules; order of elimination: Smash by the Rockers via a double dropkick (2:20); Luke by Kato (2:40); Jannetty when Michaels accidentally dropkicked his partner out of the ring when Brian Knobbs moved out of the way (3:02); Kato by Road Warrior Hawk (4:49); Roma by Road Warrior Animal when Hercules threw his partner onto Animal, was then caught in mid-air, and dumped to the floor (5:51); Road Warrior Hawk was eliminated when Roma pulled him off the top rope as the LOD attempted the Doomsday Device on the Nasty Boys; due to pre-match stipulations, the Nasty Boys earned a WWF Tag Team Championship title match at WrestleMania VII (WWF Superstars - 1/28/91; Macon, GA; Coliseum)
- WWF Tag Team Champion Bret Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) pinned Brian Knobbs (w/ Jimmy Hart & Jerry Saggs) with a clothesline at 9:30
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Tugboat with an elbow drop off the top at 3:28

3/26/91 - the show took place at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas with guest appearances by Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth, Ted Dibiase, and Koko B. Ware:
- Jim Duggan pinned Rick Saxon with the running clothesline (3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- The Big Bossman defeated Hercules via disqualification when Paul Roma interfered and hit a missile dropkick; after the bout, Bossman was double teamed by Power & Glory and eventually tied up with Hercules' chain; moments later, Bobby Heenan came out and began slapping Bossman in the face until the Legion of Doom made the save (1/21/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Mike Casey & Bob Bradley at 2:27 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Casey following the Doomsday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated John Allen via count-out at 2:26; after the bout, Berzerker jumped over the top rope onto his opponent (3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- Paul Roma pinned Shane Douglas with a powerslam; the bout seemed to have ended moments earlier when Roma pinned Douglas by reversing a crossbody off the top but they continued to wrestle even after the bell sounded; the referee gave a fast count for the powerslam cover and Roma refused to have his hand raised in victory following the win (1/21/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Earthquake & Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 10:24 when Bret pinned Bravo after Neidhart powerslammed his partner onto Bravo; after the bout, Earthquake hit the sit-down splash on Bret until Neidhart cleared the ring with a chair (3/15/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Col. Mustafa (w/ Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan) defeated Billy Burke via submission with the Camel Clutch at the 56-second mark; Slaughter introduced Mustafa prior to the bout (Iron Sheik's surprise return after an almost 3-year absence) (WWF Superstars - 3/11/91; Pensacola, FL; Civic Center)
- Kato (w/ Mr. Fuji & Pat Tanaka) pinned Shawn Michaels (w/ Marty Jannetty) with a backslide at 12:50 after Tanaka interfered and hit Michaels with Mr. Fuji’s cane while the referee was distracted by Jannetty trying to get Fuji off the ring apron (3/15/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Black Bart at 10:07 with the Ghostbuster (12/28/90; Madison Square Garden)

4/2/91 (2.8) - the show took place at Gold's Gym in Venice Beach, CA with guest appearances by WWF Tag Team Champion the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart, WBF's Mike Christian and WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan:
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Koko B. Ware at 4:43 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed his opponent to the bottom rope and assaulted him with the shock stick (3/15/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:58 with the flying bodypress (Steamboat's return after a 3-year absence) (WWF Superstars - 3/11/91; Pensacola, FL; Civic Center)
- Greg Valentine pinned Dino Bravo (sub. for the Honkytonk Man) (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a small package at 8:53 after reversing Bravo's attempt at the figure-4 (1/21/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Pat Armstrong via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:02; prior to the bout, Dibiase officially introduced Sherri as his new manager (Wrestling Challenge - 3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Black Bart & Joe Mirto at 3:24 when Butch pinned Mirto following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 12/12/90; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- The Big Bossman pinned Jim Corbitt at 2:16 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the middle rope and left him there (Wrestling Challenge - 3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- Marty Jannetty pinned Pat Tanaka (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 10:52 by reversing a tombstone piledriver attempt and hitting his own for the win (WrestleFest 91) (3/15/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Reno Riggins with the Perfect Plex at 2:30; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed Heenan on the interview platform until Andre the Giant appeared and crushed Heenan's hand as he was shaking it, eventually bringing Heenan down to his knees before standing on his hand (Wrestling Challenge - 3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- The Barbarian pinned Jim Brunzell with a boot to the face at 7:13 (3/15/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Scott Allen with the tornado punch at 2:57 (3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)

4/9/91 (2.6) - featured the Warlord & Slick, Roddy Piper and Sensational Sherri as in-studio guests:
- Jimmy Snuka pinned the Genius at 3:04 with a flying bodypress (3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Jeff Sword at 1:49 with the running powerslam (Wrestling Challenge - 3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- Jake Roberts pinned John Allen at 3:11 with the DDT; after the bout, Earthquake made his way to the ring to compete in a match but was scared of Roberts and Damien the snake; moments later, Earthquake held Hart in front of him before Roberts chased Quake around ringside and the interview platform and escaped backstage (WWF Superstars - 3/11/91; Pensacola, FL; Civic Center)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Keith Steinborn at 1:29 with the flying bodypress (Wrestling Challenge - 3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- Bushwhacker Butch defeated Demolition Crush via count-out at around the 10-minute mark after pushing Crush into the ringpost when both men were brawling on the floor (2/16/91; London, Ontario; London Gardens)
- The Big Bossman fought Rick Martel to a double count-out at 7:46 when both men were brawling on the floor moments after the Mountie came to ringside and shocked Bossman with his cattle prod which knocked him to the floor (3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Dale Wolfe with the Perfect Plex at 2:51 (WWF Superstars - 3/11/91; Pensacola, FL; Civic Center)
- Virgil pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:53 with a punch to the face (3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)
- Paul Roma & Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Kevin Greeno & Mike Samples at 3:11 when Roma pinned Samples with an elbow drop (Wrestling Challenge - 3/12/91; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)

4/16/91 (3.0) - featured the Bushwhackers, IRS and Miss Elizabeth as in-studio guests:
- Tugboat pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:03 with a splash (WWF Superstars - 3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Jim Powers via submission with the Camel Clutch at 3:17 (3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Randy Sharkey at 1:06 with a slingshot suplex (Wrestling Challenge - 3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Louie Spicolli with the Ghostbuster at the 5-minute mark (3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)
- The Legion of Doom defeated the Barbarian & Haku when Road Warrior Animal pinned Haku following a double clothesline after Haku accidentally kicked his partner (3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Barry O with the Tornado Punch at 3:46 (3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Larry Ludden at 2:07 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, Mountie handcuffed his opponent to the ropes and shocked him with the shock stick (Wrestling Challenge - 3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)
- Greg Valentine defeated the Genius via submission with the figure-4 at 4:33 (3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)

4/23/91 (3.2) - featured Tugboat, WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect and Brutus Beefcake as in-studio guests:
- Kerry Von Erich defeated Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 4:24 when Heenan interfered when Von Erich had a sleeper hold applied (3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Kolhep via count-out at 2:26 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor; after the bout, the Berzerker jumped over the top rope onto his opponent (WWF Superstars - 3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Louie Spicolli at 1:54 with the flying bodypress (WWF Superstars - 3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jim Evans & Dale Wolfe at 2:15 when Tanaka pinned Evans with a German suplex into a bridge following a side kick from Kato (Wrestling Challenge - 3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:52 with the running powerslam (Wrestling Challenge - 3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)
- Hercules & Paul Roma (w/ Slick) defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty via count-out at 12:03 when the Rockers chased Slick around the ring after he prevented Michaels from coming off the top; after the match, Michaels & Jannetty sent their opponents and Slick out of the ring and kept Slick's hat (WrestleFest 91) (4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Greg Valentine defeated Barry O via submission with the figure-4 at 3:19 (3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Rob Allen at 1:37 with a boot to the face (Wrestling Challenge - 3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Stephen DeLeon at 2:36 with the tombstone; after the bout, Undertaker stuffed his opponent in a body bag (3/27/91; Reno, NV; Lawlor Events Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned the Genius at 1:09 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)

4/30/91 (2.5) - featured the Ultimate Warrior, Bret Hart and WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart as in-studio guests:
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tito Santana at 4:27 after using the shock stick, thrown in the ring by the Mountie (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Buck Zumhoff at 2:23 with a clothesline off the top (4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Virgil defeated Tom Stone at 1:44 via submission with the Million $ Dream (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Jake Roberts defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:24 when Hart climbed in the ring and tackled referee Earl Hebner as Roberts was tied in the ring ropes, allowing Earthquake to twice hit the sit-down splash on Roberts' snake bag; earlier in the bout, Earthquake & Hart attempted to walk out of the match but were forced back to the ring by a second referee, who then ordered Roberts to put Damien back in the snake bag and place it underneath the ring; moments later, Earthquake grabbed the bag and threw it inside the ring; after the contest, Roberts untied the bag and looked inside to see his dead snake (Jake "The Snake" Roberts: Pick Your Poison) (WWF Superstars - 3/26/91; Las Vegas, NV; Thomas & Mack Center)
- Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jim Evans at 1:41 with a side kick to the face (Wrestling Challenge - 4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Sgt. Slaughter via disqualification at 7:16 when Adnan, Mustafa, and the Undertaker interfered; Hulk Hogan came to the Warrior's aid after the match (The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior FYE version) (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Big Bossman pinned Rick Rice at 1:50 with the sidewalk slam (Wrestling Challenge - 4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Jim Powers at 4:04 with a kneedrop from the middle turnbuckle (4/21/91; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Al Burke with the Tornado Punch at 1:53 (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)

5/7/91 (2.7) - featured Sgt. Slaughter, Col. Mustafa & Gen. Adnan, Virgil and the Legion of Doom as in-studio guests:
- Bret Hart fought Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) to a double count-out at 9:56 when the two men began brawling on the floor moments after Roddy Piper left the broadcast booth to chase Sherri backstage (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Brian Costello & Doug Wallen when Luke pinned Wallen after a double gutbuster at 2:08 (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect won a battle royal at 12:55 by last eliminating Greg Valentine; other participants included: the Barbarian, the Big Bossman, Jim Duggan, Earthquake, Hulk Hogan, Haku, Kato, Pat Tanaka, Jake Roberts, Shawn Michaels, Marty Jannetty, Paul Roma, Davey Boy Smith, Jimmy Snuka, Tugboat, Greg Valentine, Kerry Von Erich, and the Warlord; order of elimination: (partial list) Smith by the Warlord; Snuka by Haku via a kick as Snuka was on the ring apron; Roberts by Earthquake via a blow from behind as Roberts attempted to eliminate Hercules; after the elimination, Jake scared Earthquake and everyone else in the match by taking Lucifer out of his bag; Warlord by Hogan; Von Erich by the Barbarian via an overhead throw as Von Erich had a sleeper applied; Duggan by Earthquake; Earthquake by Hogan; Hogan & Kato by Tugboat as Hogan attempted to eliminate Kato; Tugboat by Michaels; Hercules by Bossman; Michaels by Perfect via a back elbow after Michaels avoided a clothesline while on the ring apron; Barbarian by Valentine after Perfect accidentally dropkicked Barbarian; Valentine by Perfect when both men went over the top as Valentine attempted to eliminate Perfect, with Perfect holding onto the ring ropes to avoid elimination (Saturday Night's Main Event - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Haku (sub. for WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect) with a crucifix (4/21/91; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Red Tyler at 2:30 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, Mountie handcuffed his opponent to the ropes and shocked him with the shock stick (4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 4:36 after Knobbs attempted to use Jimmy Hart's helmet as a weapon (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Tugboat pinned the Black Demon with the splash (4/21/91; Maple Leaf Gardens)

5/14/91 (2.2) - featured Koko B. Ware, Kerry Von Erich and Earthquake as in-studio guests:
- Greg Valentine defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 8:54 after Perfect used Jimmy Hart's (who had come to ringside midway through the bout) megaphone as a weapon when Hart & Heenan kept distracting the referee; after the bout, Valentine was triple-teamed until he was able to grab hold of the megaphone himself (4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned Tom Bennett at 1:54 with the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tom Stone & Doug Waylon at 3:34 when Saggs pinned Waylon following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo (4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Roddy Piper pinned Rick Martel with a small package at 5:34 (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned George Anderson with the tombstone at the 47-second mark (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Jake Roberts pinned Demolition Smash (w/ Mr. Fuji) with the DDT at 6:25 (4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned Dan Johnson at the 45-second mark with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, the Nasty Boys attacked the Bossman and handcuffed him to the top rope, allowing the Mountie to come down to ringside and shock him with the shock stick (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Shawn Michaels, Marty Jannetty, & Virgil defeated the Orient Express & Mr. Fuji at 10:33 when Virgil applied the Million $ Dream on Tanaka (4/22/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) defeated Kevin Kruger via submission with the Camel Clutch at 1:22; after the match Mustafa applied the same hold on Kruger (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Bret Hart defeated Warren Bianchi via submission with the Sharpshooter (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)

5/21/91 (2.2) - featured the Barbarian, Greg Valentine, WBF's Mike Quinn, and WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan as in-studio guests:
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Demolition Smash (w/ Mr. Fuji) with a flying shoulderblock and splash at 5:03 (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Randy Fox via count-out after throwing Fox to the floor at 2:19; after the bout; Berzerker jumped over the top rope onto Fox (Wrestling Challenge - 4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Frankie DeFalco at 2:15 with the running powerslam (Wrestling Challenge - 5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- IRS pinned Red Tyler with a Samoan drop (the Write Off) at 2:16 (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Rick Rice with the Tornado punch at 2:03 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Earthquake & WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim Duggan & the Bushwhackers via disqualification at 7:02 when Duggan used his 2x4 as a weapon (5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Brian Costello at 2:23 with the flying bodypress (Wrestling Challenge - 5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- Bret Hart defeated the Brooklyn Brawler via submission with the Sharpshooter at 7:37 (5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Jake Roberts pinned Tom Bennett with the DDT at 3:03 (WWF Superstars - 4/15/91; Omaha, NE; Civic Auditorium)
- Hercules & Paul Roma defeated Kevin Kruger & Dave Sigfritts at 3:18 when Roma pinned Kruger following the Power Plex (Wrestling Challenge - 5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)

5/28/91 (2.6) - featured Hercules, Paul Roma & Slick, the Undertaker & Paul Bearer, WBF's Eddie Robinson, and Ricky Steamboat as in-studio guests:
- Bret Hart fought the Warlord (w/ Slick) to a double disqualification at 5:32 when Slick hit Bret with his cane and Bret then hit the Warlord with it (Wrestling Challenge - 4/16/91; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Randy Fox via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:04 (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- The Legion of Doom defeated WT Jones & Warren Bianchi at 2:20 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Bianchi following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Gary Jackson via submission with the Camel Clutch at 1:57 (5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- Greg Valentine defeated Frankie DeFalco via submission with the figure-4 at 3:39 (5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- The Barbarian (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jake Roberts via count-out at 7:25 when Roberts chased Earthquake from ringside after Earthquake appeared following the Barbarian sustaining the DDT (Rampage '91) (5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Al Burke & Bob Bradley at the 2-minute mark when Michaels pinned Burke following double flying fistdrops off the top (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- The Big Bossman pinned Tom Stone at 2:39 with the sidewalk slam (Wrestling Challenge - 5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Red Tyler & Buck Zumhoff at 3:23 when Saggs pinned Tyler following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned George Anderson at 2:45 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, Mountie handcuffed his opponent to the turnbuckle and shocked him with the shock stick (5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)

6/3/91 (2.5) - featured the Orient Express & Mr. Fuji, Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri, WBF's Jim Quinn, and the Big Bossman as in-studio guests:
- The Bushwhackers defeated Tom Stone & Frankie DeFalco at 3:10 when Butch pinned DeFalco following the battering ram (5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Dan Johnson at 1:31 with the flying bodypress (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Buck Zumhoff via submission at 1:10 with the full nelson (Wrestling Challenge - 5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- Virgil defeated Bob Bradley via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:35 (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:29 with the Tornado Punch (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) pinned Tugboat at around the 6-minute mark after using a helmet as a weapon that Mustafa threw into the ring when Adnan distracted the referee (5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Kevin Krueger at 1:37 with the sit-down splash; prior to the bout, Hart said he would bring Gene Okerlund to the ring after the match to make the most spectacular announcement ever made in the WWF (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Jim Duggan pinned Gary Wild at 1:58 with the running clothesline (5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Jim Evans at 1:29 with the tombstone; after the bout, Evans was stuffed in a body bag (Wrestling Challenge - 5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Brad Kramer at 2:32 with the Perfect Plex (5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)

6/10/91 (2.6) - featured Davey Boy Smith, the Mountie, WBF's Gary Strydom, and the Berzerker & Mr. Fuji as in-studio guests:
- Jim Duggan fought the Warlord (w/ Slick) to a double count-out at 5:11 (5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)
- Jake Roberts pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the DDT at 1:36 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/7/91; Green Bay, WI; Brown County Arena)
- IRS pinned Rob Allen at 3:16 with the Write off Samoan drop (Wrestling Challenge - 5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Bob Bradley at 4:02 with the splash off the top (6/3/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Big Bossman pinned Al Burke with the sidewalk slam at 1:57 (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Hercules & Paul Roma (w/ Slick) fought the Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) to a double count-out at 8:26 when all four men began brawling on the floor after the two managers had a confrontation (Rampage 91) (5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) defeated Greg Valentine via submission with the Camel Clutch after Adnan hit Valentine with Slaughter’s helmet while Mustafa distracted the referee (5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Tom Stone & Tom Bennett at 2:38 when Michaels pinned Bennett after Jannetty threw his partner from the top rope, with Michaels connecting with a headbutt (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Dave Sigfritts at 1:40 via submission with the Million $ Dream (WWF Superstars - 5/6/91; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)

6/17/91 (2.7) - included Gene Okerlund as co-host alongside Bobby Heenan; featured Jimmy Snuka, Roddy Piper & Virgilina (Virgil in drag), and Earthquake & Jimmy Hart as in-studio guests, with Hart introducing Typhoon for the first time:
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Paul Roma (w/ Slick) at 6:27 after reversing a suplex attempt into a small package (5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Scott Bazo at 1:27 with the tombstone; after the bout, Bazo was stuffed inside a body bag (WWF Superstars - 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned the Black Knight at 2:12 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Larry Ludden via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:10 (WWF Superstars - 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Bret Hart fought the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a 20-minute time-limit draw; only 8:46 of the match was televised with a commercial break in the middle cutting out the majority of the bout (5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Earthquake & WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tugboat & the Bushwhackers at 4:05 when Earthquake pinned Luke with a sit-down splash after Tugboat attacked both of his teammates; after the match, Tugboat embraced with his new friends (Tugboat continued wrestling under this gimmick until the bout was televised) (WWF Superstars - 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Jake Roberts pinned Mark Ming at 1:26 with the DDT (WWF Superstars - 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Larry Williams via submission with the full nelson at 2:51 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)

6/24/91 (3.0) - included Sean Mooney as co-host alongside Bobby Heenan; featured WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart, Jim Duggan and Jake Roberts as in-studio guests:
- Greg Valentine pinned the Barbarian at 6:48 when the Barbarian failed a suplex into the ring, with Valentine falling on top (5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)
- The Big Bossman pinned the Black Knight at 4:16 with the sidewalk slam (5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Road Warrior Animal pinned Paul Roma (w/ Hercules) with a powerslam at 5:00 after Roma accidentally hit an interfering Hercules with a missile dropkick (Rampage 91) (6/3/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Bobby Jones & Terry Zeller at 2:35 when Beau pinned Jones following the head spike (Beverly's TV debut) (WWF Superstars - 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Demolition Smash with the flying bodypress at 10:14 (Rampage 91) (6/3/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Warlord pinned Koko B. Ware after dropping Koko throat-first on the top rope (6/3/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Virgil defeated Louie Spiccoli via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:58 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)
- The Berzerker defeated Jerry Stevens via count-out at 2:12 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor (Wrestling Challenge - 5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)

7/1/91 (3.3) - included Sean Mooney as co-host alongside Bobby Heenan; featured WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect, the Legion of Doom, Brutus Beefcake and WBF Champion Gary Strydom as in-studio guests:
- Virgil defeated Kato (w/ Mr. Fuji) via submission with the Million $ Dream at 5:19 (6/18/91; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Tim Patterson & the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:54 when Jannetty pinned Patterson after Michaels press slammed his partner on top for the win (WWF Superstars - 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Bob Jones at 1:07 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed Jones to the ropes and assaulted him with the shock stick (WWF Superstars - 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Jim Duggan pinned the Intruder with the running clothesline at 1:25 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/18/91; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bob Allen & Bill Sampson at 2:30 when Earthquake pinned Sampson with the sit-down splash following a regular splash from Typhoon (the debut of the Natural Disasters as a tag team) (WWF Superstars - 5/28/91; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Davey Boy Smith via count-out when Smith chased Sherri backstage after Sherri stole Winston as Smith had Dibiase set up for the running powerslam (5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)
- Bret Hart pinned Paul Roma (w/ Slick) with a small package after faking a knee injury at 8:12 (6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Bill Gatlin & Stephen DeLeon at 3:22 when Beau pinned Gatlin following the head spike (Wrestling Challenge - 5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Terry Zeller at 2:10 with the tombstone; after the bout, Taker stuffed his opponent in a bodybag (Wrestling Challenge - 5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)
- Jake Roberts pinned Louie Spicolli with the DDT at 1:25 (WWF Superstars - 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)

7/8/91 (3.0) - featured Gorilla Monsoon as co-host alongside Bobby Heenan; featured Sgt. Slaughter, Col. Mustafa & Gen. Adnan, Hillbilly Jim and Randy Savage as in-studio guests:
- Greg Valentine pinned Demolition Smash at 10:55 with a roll up as Smash argued with the referee (6/2/91; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Mike Stone with the Ghostbuster at 4:36 (6/18/91; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Billy Gatlin via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:39 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/18/91; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- Bret Hart pinned the Barbarian at around the 14-minute mark with a reverse roll up after the referee kicked the Barbarian's arms off the ropes after he attempted to get a pinfall by holding onto them (4/21/91; Maple Leaf Gardens)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Ed Moretti with the flying bodypress at 1:30 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/18/91; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- Sgt. Slaughter & Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated the Bushwhackers at 6:14 when Slaughter pinned Butch with a clothesline (5/29/91; Tempe, AZ; ASU)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Scott Key & Dave Bazo at the 2-minute mark when Beau pinned Key following the head spike (WWF Superstars - 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)

7/15/91 (3.1) - featured Sean Mooney officially taking over a full-time co-host for the show alongside Bobby Heenan; featured Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri, Virgil and Andre the Giant as in-studio guests:
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Greg Valentine via count-out at 7:42 after attacking Valentine with Fuji's cane on the floor (6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Paul Roma pinned Jim Gorman at 4:30 with a splash off the top (6/18/91; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned Louie Spicolli at the 49-second mark with the sidewalk slam (WWF Superstars - 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Coach) pinned Larry Ludden at 2:52 with the Perfect Plex (WWF Superstars - 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- The Bushwhackers defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 7:25 when Saggs hit Butch with Jimmy Hart's helmet moments after Butch had hit Knobbs with it but behind the referee's back (6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Dino Bravo pinned Shane Douglas with the side suplex (7/1/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Col. Mustafa (w/ Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan) defeated Larry Williams via submission with the camel clutch at 2:34; after the bout, Williams was triple-teamed, attacked by Slaughter with a chair and then whipped by both Slaughter & Mustafa with belts (6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned the Barbarian with a small package at 6:39 (6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Buddy Wayne via submission with the Full Nelson at 1:56 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/18/91; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)

7/22/91 (2.9) - featured IRS, Bret Hart, and the Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart as in-studio guests:
- Virgil defeated Paul Roma (w/ Slick) via submission with the Million $ Dream at 8:12 (7/8/91; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Scott Carlson & Bob Allen when Saggs scored the pin after an elbow drop off the top rope at 3:04 (WWF Superstars - 6/17/91; Sacramento, CA; Arco Arena)
- Jim Duggan pinned Ed Moretti with the running clothesline at 1:32 (Wrestling Challenge - 7/8/91; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Haku & the Barbarian at 9:42 when Butch pinned Haku after Barbarian accidentally hit a boot to the face on his partner (6/18/91; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Jimmy Snuka after reversing a crossbody at 4:25 (7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Louie Spicolli with a flying bodypress at 1:41 (Wrestling Challenge - 7/8/91; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Bob Jones & Chi Chi Cruz at 2:32 when Beau pinned Jones following the head spike (7/8/91; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Vern Siebert at 1:51 with the Tornado Punch (WWF Superstars - 7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)

7/29/91 (2.4) - featured the Mountie & Jimmy Hart, Sgt. Slaughter, Col. Mustafa & Gen. Adnan, and the Big Bossman as in-studio guests:
- The Warlord pinned Greg Valentine with a powerslam at 10:17 (7/1/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Louie Spicolli at 2:13 with a splash off the top (7/8/91; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome)
- The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Stan Saxson & Doug Carson when Earthquake pinned Saxson with the sit-down splash, following a splash from Typhoon at 2:13 (WWF Superstars - 7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Jason Anderson via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:38 (Wrestling Challenge - 7/8/91; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome)
- Jim Duggan fought IRS to a double count-out; after the bout, Duggan fought IRS off with his 2x4 (WrestleFest 93) (7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart via disqualification after Bret used Jimmy Hart's motorcycle helmet as a weapon at 9:14 (the final teaming of the original Hart Foundation) (7/1/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Brian Jewel with the tombstone at 1:47; after the bout, Jewel was stuffed into a bodybag (WWF Superstars - 7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Ed Moretti & Mike Roselli when Jannetty pinned Roselli after being thrown onto him by Michaels at 2:20 (WWF Superstars - 7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)

8/5/91 (2.6) - featured WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart, Greg Valentine, and Sid Justice as in-studio guests:
- Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan & Sgt. Slaughter) pinned Davey Boy Smith at 3:56 after Sgt. Slaughter interfered and tripped Smith, while he had Mustafa in the running powerslam position, with Mustafa falling on top for the win; after the bout, Smith chased the opposition away with a steel chair (7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- Bret Hart defeated Ed Moretti via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:20 (Wrestling Challenge - 7/8/91; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome)
- Dino Bravo pinned Louie Spicolli at 2:13 with the side suplex; the WWF Superstars logo was used in the replay to end the match, suggesting that that match had originally been produced to air on an episode of Superstars and was then replaced by something else (7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- IRS pinned Chi Chi Cruz at 1:45 with the Write Off Samoan Drop (WWF Superstars - 7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- Jake Roberts defeated Typhoon (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at the 4-minute mark when Earthquake interfered; after the match, Earthquake set Roberts up for the sit-down splash but Roberts moved out of the way; the heels then grabbed the bag with Jake’s snake, Lucifer, inside and were about to squash it until Andre the Giant came to ringside and distracted them long enough for Jake to regain possession of the bag (7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Paul Roma with the flying bodypress at 10:50 (7/1/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Steve May at the 41-second mark with the two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, Mountie handcuffed his opponent to the turnbuckle and shocked him with the shock stick (WWF Superstars - 7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Tim Peterson at 4:21 with the Tornado Punch (7/8/91; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome)

8/12/91 (2.6) - featured Randy Savage's bachelor party; featured the Undertaker as guest of the Funeral Parlor, with Paul Bearer talking about the first two meetings between Jake Roberts and the Ultimate Warrior, of Warrior being put in a casket and digging a grave, and that at the last meeting this Thursday night, the final secrets will be revealed, the Undertaker then warned Roberts that he knows little about his darkside and that there is no way back, with Bearer finishing the segment by saying comeback will await in the Parlor (7/29/91; Worcester, MA; Centrum):
- Jimmy Snuka pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the splash off the top at 2:47 (WWF Superstars - 7/29/91; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Paul Roma (w/ Slick) pinned Tim Patterson with a splash off the top at 3:19 (7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- Greg Valentine defeated the Black Knight via submission with the figure-4 at 3:17 (7/9/91; Edmonton, Alberta, Northlands Coliseum)
- The Barbarian pinned Jim Powers with a boot to the face at 3:40 (7/30/91; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Marty Jannetty pinned Kato (w/ Mr. Fuji) with a sunset flip at 7:25 (7/30/91; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith fought IRS to a double count-out at 9:37 (7/30/91; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Coach) defeated Mike Daniels via count-out at 1:14 after beating on his opponent and not bothering to bring him back into the ring; after the bout, Perfect cut a promo about his match at Summer Slam with Bret Hart, saying that it would be the greatest match in history and he would show everyone why he is the perfect IC Champion (WWF Superstars - 7/29/91; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- The Legion of Doom defeated Barry Hardy & Duane Gill when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Gill following the Doomsday Device at 3:11 (WWF Superstars - 7/29/91; Worcester, MA; Centrum)

8/18/91 - Summer Slam Spectacular (3.6) - featured Vince McMahon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; all matches took place 7/29/91 in Worcester, MA; included Sensational Sherri as a guest of the Barber Shop, discussing the Match Made in Heaven at Summer Slam, with Sherri saying she would like to slap Randy Savage and puke on Miss Elizabeth, and that the wedding should be the Match Made in Hell; Brutus Beefcake then told Sherri he had arranged her transportation to the wedding and gave her a broom (7/30/91; Portland, ME; Civic Center):
- Road Warrior Hawk pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Brian Knobbs (w/ Jimmy Hart) with the flying clothesline at 7:40
- Bret Hart pinned the Barbarian at 11:52 by reversing a poweslam into the ring into a small package; during the bout, Coach watched the match from ringside
- IRS pinned Mark Thomas at 1:58 with the Write Off Samoan drop
- Ricky Steamboat, Davey Boy Smith, & Kerry Von Erich defeated the Orient Express (Kato, Tanaka, & Sato) (w/ Mr. Fuji) when Steamboat pinned Kato with the flying crossbody at 10:28
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa) via disqualification when Col. Mustafa and Gen. Adnan interfered at 6:25; after the bout, Sid Justice came to the ring, scaring away the Triangle of Terror, before then taking Hogan's steel chair away from him
- The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Ray Garcia & Ross Greenberg when Earthquake pinned Greenberg with the sit-down splash after a splash from Typhoon
- Virgil pinned a mystery man (Barry Darsow) (w/ Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri) at 4:53 after blocking an attempted kneedrop

9/9/91 (3.2) - featured the Undertaker & Paul Bearer, WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom, and Ric Flair as in-studio guests (Flair's WWF TV debut):
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Col. Mustafa with the flying bodypress at 4:08 (8/20/91; Erie, PA; Civic Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy at 3:44 when Luke pinned Gill following the double gutbuster; during the bout, a pre-taped insert promo from the Beverly Brothers featured them announcing that the Genius was their new manager (WWF Superstars - 8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Hercules (w/ Slick) defeated Phil Apollo via submission with the backbreaker at 1:46 (8/20/91; Erie, PA; Civic Center)
- Jim Neidhart pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a powerslam at 1:19 (WWF Superstars - 8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Big Bully Busick (w/ Harvey Whippleman) defeated Jim Powers via submission at 3:06 with the Stump Puller; prior to the bout, Busick stole the ring attendant's tie and Harvey wrapped around his neck (8/20/91; Erie, PA; Civic Center)
- Kerry Von Erich defeated IRS via disqualification at 8:18 when IRS pulled referee Dave Hebner in front of a blow from Von Erich (8/20/91; Erie, PA; Civic Center)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Pat Tanaka (w/ Mr. Fuji) with the splash off the top (8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)

9/16/91 (2.1) - featured Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty, Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri, and Sid Justice as in-studio guests:
- Skinner pinned Koko B. Ware with the reverse DDT at 3:15 (8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Ray Garcia & Tom Sons at 3:09 when Butch pinned Garcia following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 8/20/91; Erie, PA; Civic Center)
- The Barbarian pinned Ron Cumberledge at 2:40 with a boot to the face (8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Million $ Champion Virgil defeated Bubba Monroe via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:33 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/20/91; Erie, PA; Civic Center)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bill Pierce at 2:05 with the Tombstone; after the bout, Pierce was stuffed inside a body bag (WWF Superstars - 8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- The Big Bossman pinned Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) with a standing spinebuster at 5:07 (8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- Hercules (w/ Slick) fought Greg Valentine to a double count-out at 3:45 when both men were brawling on the floor (8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Scott Summer via submission with the full nelson at 2:19 (Wrestling Challenge - 8/20/91; Erie, PA; Civic Center)
- The Orient Express (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy at 4:03 when Kato pinned Hardy with a back suplex (8/20/91; Erie, PA; Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Chris Duffy at 2:12 with the running powerslam (WWF Superstars - 8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)

9/23/91 (2.3) - featured the Big Bossman, WBF's Lou Ferrigno, and Jake Roberts as in-studio guests:
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Pat Tanaka with the flying bodypress (9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Phil Apollo & Bill Pierce when Saggs pinned Pierce with the flying elbowsmash at 2:41 (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Jim Duggan pinned Brian Donahue with the running clothesline at 1:41 (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- IRS pinned Ray Garcia with the Write Off Samoan Drop at 2:26 (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy at 2:39 when Jannetty pinned Gill after Michaels press slammed Jannetty onto Gill (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Jimmy Snuka with an elbow drop at 7:44 after Snuka missed a crossbody (9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Sid Justice pinned Kato (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 1:47 with the powerbomb (Sid's debut on Superstars) (WWF Superstars - 8/19/91; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated the Brooklyn Brawler via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:27 (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Joe Milano & Martin Roy at 3:08 when Earthquake pinned Roy following the sit-down splash (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)

9/30/91 (2.2) - featured Skinner, Million $ Champion Virgil and WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan as in-studio guests:
- Ric Flair defeated Jim Powers via submission with the figure-4 at 1:26 (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Hercules (w/ Slick) via submission with the Sharpshooter at 8:22 (9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Ted DiBiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Mark Thomas via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:56 (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Mike Williams & Mike Durham at 3:01 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Durham following the Doomsday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Martin Roy & Joe Milano at 2:33 when Beau pinned Roy following the Beverly Bomb (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Davey Boy Smith defeated Big Bully Busick (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via disqualification at 9:27 when Wippleman pulled the top rope down; after the bout, Smith attempted the running powerslam on Wippleman but Busick pulled Smith's leg from the outside to prevent it (9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Ric Flair fought Mark Thomas to a no contest when Flair stopped at the commentary table on the way to the ring, provoked Roddy Piper, and knocked Piper out with the NWA title; moments later, a groggy Piper accidentally knocked out Vince McMahon with a wooden chair; Flair then hit Piper with a chair and walked away; McMahon was soon taken backstage on a stretcher; fellow commentator, Randy Savage was unable to physically help since he was on probation (The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection) (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) at 7:42 after using the 2X4 as a weapon, originally given to Mustafa by Adnan (9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Jake Roberts pinned Tony Diamond with the DDT (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)

10/7/91 (2.2) - featured the Warlord & Slick, the Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart, and Roddy Piper as in-studio guests:
- The Big Bossman pinned Duane Gill with the sidewalk slam at the 48-second mark (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) fought Greg Valentine to a double count-out at 6:54 when Valentine attacked Adnan on the floor after he attempted to interfere, with Adnan then coming out to try and make the save (9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Mike Durham & Mike Williams at 2:09 when Butch pinned Williams following the double gutbuster (9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- IRS pinned Jim Powers at 2:28 with the Write Off Samoan drop (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Million $ Champion Virgil defeated Pat Tanaka via submission with the Million $ Dream (9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Hercules (w/ Slick) pinned the Barbarian at 10:01 when Slick tripped the Barbarian during an attempted suplex; after the bout, the Barbarian cleared Hercules from the ring, and then threw Slick from a gorilla press position into Hercules, with Hercules mistiming catching Slick, with Slick landing face-first on the arena floor (9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Scott Taylor via count-out at 3:09 after throwing Taylor to the floor (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)

10/14/91 (2.5) - featured the Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart, Big Bully Busick & Harvey Whippleman, and Randy Savage as in-studio guests:
- Ricky Steamboat defeated the Warlord (w/ Slick) via disqualification at 6:24 when Slick pushed Steamboat off the top (10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Bill Pierce via count-out at 2:50 after throwing him over the top to the floor (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Brian Donahue & Mike Khoury at 2:51 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Donahue following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Ross Greenberg & Phil Apollo at 2:40 when Beau pinned Apollo following the head spike (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Jim Duggan pinned Bob Bradley at 2:11 with the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Greg Valentine with the tombstone at 5:25 after Valentine was distracted by Bearer on the ring apron (SuperTape 92) (10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Jim Neidhart fought Skinner to a time-limit draw (Crunch Classics) (9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Kerry Davis & Bob Wisseman at 3:11 when Saggs pinned Wisseman with the flying elbowsmash (WWF Superstars - 9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:15 with the running powerslam (Wrestling Challenge - 9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)

10/21/91 (2.2) - featured WWF IC Champion Bret Hart, IRS, and the Beverly Brothers & the Genius as in-studio guests:
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Von Krus & an unknown at 2:24 when Shawn Michaels press slammed Jannetty onto the unknown (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Chris Hawn via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:32 (Wrestling Challenge - 10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Pete Weeks & Bruce Mitchell at 2:11 when Butch pinned Mitchell following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge - 10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Jose Vegas via submission with the Camel Clutch at 3:03 (9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Ric Flair defeated Ron Cumberledge via submission with the figure-4 at 1:20 (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned Hercules (w/ Slick) with the sidewalk slam at 7:34 (Invasion 92) (10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Sid Justice fought El Diablo to a no contest when Paul Bearer paid El Diablo off with a briefcase - seemingly - full of money so that the Undertaker could be his replacement; as Justice dominated the Undertaker, El Diablo returned to the ring, unmasked as Jake Roberts, and the two double teamed Sid, with Jake eventually hitting the DDT; moments later, Paul Bearer went backstage and returned to the ring with a casket; Roberts then opened the briefcase, as Sid was tied up in the ring ropes, revealing his king cobra snake; moments later, Jim Duggan came to the ring, pushed the casket over, and pulled Justice out of the ring (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Jim Neidhart defeated Big Bully Busick (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via disqualification at 5:07 when Wippleman grabbed Neidhart's leg from the floor (9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Duane Gill, Barry Hardy, & Jim Arnon in a handicap match when Typhoon pinned Arnon with a splash after Earthquake hit his own sit-down splash (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Brian Costello at 1:29 with the Tornado Punch (Wrestling Challenge - 10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)

10/28/91 (2.2) - featured the Bushwhackers, Jim Duggan, Freddie Blassie, and Ric Flair as in-studio guests:
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Barry Hardy with the flying bodypress at 1:40 (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Skinner pinned Chris Hawn with the reverse DDT at 4:30 (9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- The Brooklyn Brawler defeated Big Bully Busick (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via count-out at 4:22 when Busick threw the Brawler back into the ring after both men began brawling on the floor (10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Bob Bradley with the flying forearm (Santana's debut as El Matador) (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Roddy Piper pinned Bob Smedley with a bulldog at the 51-second mark (Wrestling Challenge - 10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Greg Valentine, Kerry Von Erich, & Jimmy Snuka defeated Pat Tanaka & the Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) when Von Erich pinned Tanaka with the Tornado Punch at 7:18; the Beverlys attacked Tanaka after the match and hit the Beverly Bomb (9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Duane Gill with the tombstone at 2:07; after the bout, Taker stuffed Gill into a bodybag (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Brian Costello & Peter Weeks at 2:15 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Costello following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Jake Roberts pinned Ron Cumberledge at the 40-second mark with the DDT (Wrestling Challenge - 10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)

11/4/91 (1.9) - featured Davey Boy Smith, Tito Santana, Col. Mustafa & Gen. Adnan, the Mountie & Jimmy Hart, and Genichiro Tenryu as in-studio guests:
- The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty when Typhoon pinned Michaels with a splash after a sit-down splash from Earthquake; after the match, Michaels refused to be taken out on a stretcher (Wrestling Challenge - 10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned Bruce Mitchell with the sidewalk slam at 1:58; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the middle rope and left him there (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Pat Tanaka with the flying forearm at 1:59 (Wrestling Challenge - 10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Big Bully Busick pinned the Brooklyn Brawler (w/ Harvey Whippleman) at 4:52 when Whippleman tripped Brawler during an attempted suplex from the apron; after the bout, Brawler chased Whippleman to the locker room (10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- Sid Justice pinned Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) with the powerbomb at the 41-second mark; after the bout, Sid hit the powerbomb on Adnan as well (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart fought the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a no contest in a non-title match when, prior to the bout beginning, Jimmy Hart threw a bucket of water on the champion who then sustained the Mountie's cattle prod; the challenger was upset that Bret refused to ever defend the title against a "jailbird" (WWF Superstars - 9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith defeated the Warlord (w/ Slick) via count-out when the Warlord carried Slick backstage after Slick sustained Smith's running powerslam (Slick's last appearance as a manager for over a year) (9/30/91; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
- Million $ Champion Virgil defeated Barry Hardy via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:46 (Wrestling Challenge - 10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Bob Smedley via count-out at 2:48 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor (10/1/91; Huntington, WV; Civic Center)

11/11/91 - featured the debut of a new format for the show, where Vince McMahon hosted a roundtable discussion panel featuring Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Roddy Piper; featured Randy Savage as a guest of the Funeral Parlor where he said he wanted to repay Sid Justice for helping him at his wedding reception by being Sid's replacement at the Survivor Series; Savage then said he wanted to be reinstated by WWF President Jack Tunney more than anything in his life (10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial):
- Jim Duggan pinned Big Bully Busick (w/ Harvey Wippleman) at 6:20 with the running clothesline (10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Eric Freedom via count-out at 3:03 after throwing his opponent to the floor (10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Ric Flair defeated Jim Neidhart via submission with the figure-4 at 3:09; after the bout, Flair twice reapplied the hold and continued to injure the knee of Neidhart; moments thereafter, Neidhart was helped backstage until the Beverly Brothers, who were coming out for their match, attacked him in the aisle (WWF Superstars - 10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Mark Wilson & Dan Robbins at 1:13 when Blake pinned Robbins following the head spike (WWF Superstars - 10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Repo Man defeated Rock Werner via submission with a leglock; after the bout, Repo tied his opponents' feet together, then hooked them around the ring ropes, before continuing to attack Werner (Repo's in-ring debut) (Wrestling Challenge - 10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification when Hart threw his motorcycle helmet into the ring, with Brian Knobbs accidentally hitting Jerry Saggs with it (10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Kerry Von Erich with the Tombstone at 3:42 after the flying clothesline; during the bout, a casket was at ringside with Hulk Hogan stickers placed all over it (Wrestling Challenge - 10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Davey Boy Smith fought IRS to a 20-minute time-limit draw (10/28/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Barry Horowitz & Mark Buenavera at 1:54 when Jannetty pinned Horowitz after reversing Horowitz's reverse roll up attempt following a miscommunication between Michaels & Jannetty when Michaels was talking to some fans in the front row (WWF Superstars - 10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)

11/18/91 (2.3) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Roddy Piper:
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) & IRS defeated the Bushwhackers when Dibiase scored the pin after IRS used his steel briefcase as a weapon (Wrestling Challenge - 10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Virgil defeated Steve Dupree via submission with the Million $ Dream at the 55-second mark (WWF Superstars - 10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Tito Santana pinned Hercules with the flying forearm at 9:11 (10/28/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Barry Horowitz & Ben Jordan when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Jordan at 2:07 following the Doomsday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty fought the Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) to a 15-minute time-limit draw; only 11:11 of the match was shown (10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Skinner via submission with the Sharpshooter at 6:57 (10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Big Bully Busick with the Tornado Punch at 7:47 (10/28/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts pinned Eric Freedom with the DDT at 1:22 (WWF Superstars - 10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)

11/24/91 - Survior Series Showdown (3.7) - featured Vince McMahon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included the closing moments of the Jake Roberts / Bob Werner match from WWF Superstars in which uncensored footage of Randy Savage being bitten by Roberts' snake was shown; featured Gene Okerlund conducting interviews with Survivor Series teams captained by Ric Flair, Jake Roberts, and the Big Bossman; included Jim Duggan introducing Sgt. Slaughter as his fourth and final Survivor Series tag team partner; all matches were taped 11/11/91 in Utica, NY:
- The Big Bossman defeated Earthquake (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at around the 10-mintue mark when Jake Roberts & Typhoon interfered; after the bout, the Legion of Doom made the save for the Bossman against Typhoon, Jake Roberts, and IRS
- Bushwhacker Luke pinned Blake Beverly (w/ the Genius) with a roll up after Blake missed a splash off the top rope at 6:25
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Million $ Champion Virgil to win the title at 9:46 after Repo Man interfered and hit Virgil with the title belt; after the bout, Tito Santana made the save when DiBiase was about to put a $100 in Virgil’s mouth
- Tito Santana pinned Skinner following the flying forearm at 11:27 (1992 Battle of the WWF Superstars)
- Roddy Piper pinned Hercules with a bulldog at 5:09

12/2/91 (2.3) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Sean Mooney:
- The Bushwhackers defeated Brian Costello & Barry Horowitz when Butch pinned Costello at 3:59 following the double gutbuster (10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) defeated Al Phillips via submission with the Camel Clutch at 2:19 (Wrestling Challenge - 11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Chris Duffy via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:51; during the bout, it was announced Hart would defend the title at Tuesday in Texas against the Barbarian (Wrestling Challenge - 11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) defeated Glen Ruth via submission with the figure-4 at 5:01 (WWF Superstars - 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Million $ Champion Virgil to win the title at 9:46 after Repo Man interfered and hit Virgil with the title belt; after the bout, Tito Santana made the save when DiBiase was about to put a $100 in Virgil’s mouth (Survivor Series Showdown - 11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- The Warlord (w/ Harvey Wippleman) defeated Montana Miller via submission with the full nelson at 1:59 (10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- The Big Bossman pinned Von Krus with the sidewalk slam at 1:33; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed his opponent to the top rope and left him there (WWF Superstars - 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Davey Boy Smith fought the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double count-out at 6:55 (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- Skinner pinned Dale Wolfe with the reverse DDT at 2:56 (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- Tito Santana pinned the Barbarian with a roll up at 7:56 (10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- Repo Man defeated Phil Apollo via submission with the leglock at 2:02; after the bout, Repo tied his opponent's feet together and then tied him to the ring ropes before further attacking him (Wrestling Challenge - 11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Mike Samples & Greg Green at 3:05 when Typhoon pinned Green with a splash following Earthquake's sit-down splash (10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)

12/9/91 (2.7) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Lord Alfred Hayes:
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Neidhart at 11:19 by using the tights for leverage after Neidhart missed a running kneelift into the corner (10/28/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Repo Man defeated Mark Boswell via submission with the leglock at 3:32 (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Paul Perez & Mario Mancini at 4:25 when Saggs pinned Perez with the flying elbowsmash after a running powerslam from Knobbs(WWF Superstars - 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Sgt. Slaughter & Jim Duggan defeated Barry Hardy & Duane Gill at 4:04 when Duggan pinned Gill following the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- IRS pinned Sonny Blaze with the Write Off Samoan Drop at 2:20 (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- The Big Bossman defeated the Warlord (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via disqualification when Wippleman interfered at 5:29 (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated the Executioners at 3:19 when Road Warrior Hawk scored the pin following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned the Barbarian at 12:26 by blocking a suplex attempt with an inside cradle (WrestleFest 92) (11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Greg Valentine with a roll up at 6:58 after Valentine was distracted by Sherri on the apron; after the bout, Valentine chased Sherri backstage (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- Virgil defeated Vito Krus via submission at 2:50 with the Million $ Dream (WWF Superstars - 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Jake Roberts pinned Chris Duffy at 3:15 with the short-arm clothesline after opting not to hit the DDT (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)

12/16/91 - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Tito Santana defeated the Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 7:31 when Fuji tripped Santana with his cane; after the bout, Santana cleared Berzerker from the ring with the cane (WWF Wrestling Grudge Matches 93) (11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Mark Thomas with the tombstone at 2:34; during the bout, Jamison was shown in the crowd; after the match, Taker stuffed his opponent into a bodybag (Wrestling Challenge - 11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Kato & the Brooklyn Brawler at the 5-minute mark when Owen pinned the Brawler with the Rocket Launcher (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Jim Arnon & Sonny Blaze at 2:11 when Beau pinned Arnon following the head spike; after the bout, the Beverlys pushed Jamison, who was sitting in the front row until the Bushwhackers made the save and then took Jamison backstage (WWF Superstars - 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Randy Savage pinned Jake Roberts with the flying elbowsmash; after the match, Roberts hit a number of DDTs on Savage and slapped Miss Elizabeth until President Jack Tunney and other officials swarmed the ring when it looked as though Jake was going to bring a snake into the ring (Savage's TV in-ring return following WrestleMania VII) (Tuesday in Texas - 12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Bob Wisseman & Nick Tarantino at 3:09 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Wisseman following the Doomsday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) pinned Shawn Michaels at 10:11 with his feet on the ropes after Michaels missed a dive to the floor, knocked himself out, and was rolled back in the ring by Marty Jannetty - who had come ringside to check on his tag team partner; after the bout, Michaels blew up at Jannetty, upset over how his partner's assistance led to him being pinned; late in the arguement, Michaels urged Jannetty to punch him in the face but Jannetty couldn't and simply left ringside (Invasion 92) (12/2/91; Corpus Christi, TX; Memorial Coliseum)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:51 (Wrestling Challenge - 11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)

12/23/91 (2.7) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- The Big Bossman pinned Kato with the sidewalk slam at 4:19 (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Bob Wisseman & Paul Perez at 2:32 when Michaels pinned Perez with a superkick; Michaels worked the entire match by himself since he never tagged Jannetty in; after the bout, Jannetty left the ring while Michaels was posing (WWF Superstars - 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) & Repo Man defeated Tito Santana & Virgil when Dibiase pinned Virgil following a knee to the back by Repo Man (Tuesday in Texas - 12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Jimmy Snuka pinned Brian Donahue at the 3-minute mark with a clothesline off the top (Wrestling Challenge - 11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Phil Apollo at 2:12 with a two-handed chokeslam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed Apollo to the ropes and shocked him with the shock stick (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 7:29 when Jerry Saggs prevented the referee on counting the pinfall as Neidhart had Brian Knobs covered following a shoulderblock (Crunch Classics) (12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the figure-4 at 1:41 (WWF Superstars - 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Jim Duggan pinned the Barbarian with the running clothesline at 7:51 (11/30/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Al Phillips at 3:15 with the tombstone; after the bout, Phillips was placed inside a body bag (WWF Superstars - 11/13/91; New Haven, CT; Coliseum)
- Skinner pinned Ross Greenburg at 3:18 with the reverse DDT; during the bout, Skinner spat tobacco juice on Jamision sitting in the front row (Wrestling Challenge - 11/12/91; Springfield, MA; Civic Center)
- Greg Valentine pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with an elbow drop at the 5-minute mark (12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)

12/30/91 (3.0) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned the Barbarian at 2:27 with the flying elbowsmash (WWF Superstars - 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Kato with the flying forearm at 10:04 (11/30/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Beverly Brothers & the Genius defeated Brian Donahue, Sonny Blaze, & Larry Ludden at 4:32 when Beau pinned Ludden after a double flapjack from the Beverlys (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 3:39 when Michaels accidentally dropkicked Road Warrior Animal so that Animal, who had Jannetty up for a slam, fell on Jannetty for the win; after the bout, the Rockers argued with Michaels slapping Jannetty twice and Jannetty then leaving ringside (the Rockers' last TV match as a team) (WWF Superstars - 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Kerry Von Erich fought Hercules to a double count-out at 6:56 after both began brawling on the floor (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Rick Martel defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the Boston crab at 3:02 (Martel's return match) (WWF Superstars - 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Skinner via submission with the Sharpshooter (WWF Wrestling's Fan Favorite Matches 1992) (Tuesday in Texas - 12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)

1992


1/6/92 (2.8) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Virgil pinned Skinner with a sunset flip at 6:07 (11/30/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Richie Garvin with the tombstone (WWF Superstars - 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Barry Horowitz via submission with the Sharpshooter at 5:14 (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated the Barbarian via count-out at 3:59 after Fuji tripped up the Barbarian with his cane, with the Barbarian then stalking Fuji around the ring (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Repo Man defeated Sonny Blaze via submission with a leglock at 1:58; after the bout, Repo tied Blaze to the ropes by his feet and further assaulted him (Wrestling Challenge - 12/2/91; Corpus Christi, TX; Memorial Coliseum)
- The Nasty Boys defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty when Saggs pinned Jannetty with a small package at 16:20 which was originally reversed by Knobbs, and then Jannetty reversed the move himself before Michaels mistakingly reversed the move again, allowing Saggs the pin (11/30/91; Madison Square Garden)
- The Warlord pinned Greg Valentine when Warlord fell on top of Valentine during a bodyslam attempt (11/30/91; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Rudy Gonzalez at 2:10 with a kneedrop (WWF Superstars - 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- Roddy Piper pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:18 after applying the sleeper (WWF Superstars - 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)

1/13/92 (2.6) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Davey Boy Smith pinned the Warlord (w/ Harvey Wippleman) with a crucifix (Tuesday in Texas - 12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter defeated Barry Horowitz & Jesse Hernandez at 3:34 when Duggan pinned Hernandez with the running clothesline after Slaughter sent Hernandez out of the corner (WWF Superstars - 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Executioners at 5:18 when Butch scored the pin following the double gutbuster (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- Jake Roberts pinned Larry Ludden at 2:28 with the DDT; during the bout, Sgt. Slaughter cut an insert promo about appearing in the Royal Rumble match (Wrestling Challenge - 12/2/91; Corpus Christi, TX; Memorial Coliseum)
- Kerry Von Erich defeated Rick Martel via disqualification after Martel sprayed Von Erich in the eyes with his Arrogance cologne (Crunch Classics) (12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Brian Costello & Rudy Romero at 2:40 when Road Warrior Hawk got the pin following the Doomsday Device; during the bout, the Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo about facing LOD at the Royal Rumble (Wrestling Challenge - 12/2/91; Corpus Christi, TX; Memorial Coliseum)
- Tito Santana pinned Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) with a roll-up at 6:48 after pushing Mustafa into Adnan on the ring apron (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Greg Valentine defeated Kato via submission with the figure-4 at 5:38 (10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- IRS pinned Robert Taylor at 1:49 with the Write Off Samoan Drop (WWF Superstars - 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)

1/20/92 (3.2) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Barry Horowitz with the tornado punch at 4:10 (1/7/92; Daytona Beach, FL; Oceanfront Center)
- Hercules pinned Greg Valentine by lifting his shoulder out of a back suplex into a bridge at 7:44 (12/29/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Bob & Brad Avery at 2:46 when Owen scored the pin with the Rocket Launcher (WWF Superstars - 1/7/92; Daytona Beach, FL; Oceanfront Center)
- Jake Roberts pinned Sean Spencer at 2:16 with the DDT (WWF Superstars - 12/4/91; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned Kato with the sidewalk slam at 4:19 (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart fought Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:06 as Hart chased Sherri around ringside and into the ring; late in the bout, as Dibiase had Hart in the Million $ Dream, Sherri ran over and rang the time keeper's bell which resulted in the match pausing until referee Earl Hebner ordered the match to continue; after the bout, Dibiase attempted to attack Hart with the title belt but was clotheslined to the floor (12/29/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Sid Justice pinned Skinner with the powerbomb at 1:45 (1/7/92; Daytona Beach, FL; Oceanfront Center)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jimmy James at 1:51 with a kneedrop; after the bout, the Mountie shocked James with his shock stick (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Chris Walker pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a flying bodypress at 4:02 (12/29/91; Madison Square Garden)

1/27/92 (2.5) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) at 6:21 with a sunset flip into the ring after kicking Adnan to the floor; because the match aired after Hart lost the IC title, he was not announced as champion nor did he wear the belt to the ring (1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Marty Jannetty pinned Kato at 3:49 with the Rocker Dropper (1/7/92; Daytona Beach, FL; Oceanfront Center)
- Skinner pinned Jim Powers with the reverse DDT at 6:51 (12/29/91; Madison Square Garden)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom defeated Pete Sanchez & Jim Cooper at 2:34 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Cooper following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 1/7/92; Daytona Beach, FL; Oceanfront Center)
- Tito Santana & Virgil defeated Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) & Repo Man via disqualification at 9:18 when Repo began choking Virgil with his tow rope on the floor; after the bout, Repo dragged Virgil into the aisle before Santana could make the save (1/7/92; Daytona Beach, FL; Oceanfront Center)
- The Nasty Boys defeated the Bushwhackers when Knobbs pinned Butch at around 9:45 with a clothesline; after the bout, the Nastys continued to assault their opponents until Sgt. Slaughter made the save (12/29/91; Madison Square Garden)
- IRS pinned Kenny Kendall at 2:20 with the Write Off Samoan Drop (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Ray Hammer & Terry Davis when Beau pinned Davis at 2:06 following the head spike (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter defeated Louie Spicolli & Barry Horowitz at 4:10 when Duggan pinned Spicolli with the running clothesline (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Sid Justice pinned Mike Casey at 2:09 with the powerbomb (WWF Superstars - 1/7/92; Daytona Beach, FL; Oceanfront Center)

2/3/92 (3.0) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Virgil defeated IRS via disqualification when IRS hit his opponent with the steel briefcase; after the bout, the Big Bossman made the save (WWF Wrestling Grudge Matches 93) (1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated John Allen & Barry Horowitz when Owen pinned Allen at 3:12 following the Rocket Launcher (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- The Warlord (w/ Harvey Whippleman) pinned Chris Walker with a powerslam at 6:22 (1/7/92; Daytona Beach, FL; Oceanfront Center)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Greg Valentine & Kerry Von Erich when Blake pinned Valentine after Beau hit a double axe handle off the top (1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Bret Hart defeated Kato via submission at 3:36 via submission with the Sharpshooter (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- The Big Bossman pinned Terry Davis at 1:22 with one hand on his chest after hitting the sidewalk slam (WWF Superstars - 1/7/92; Daytona Beach, FL; Oceanfront Center)
- Marty Jannetty fought Rick Martel to a 20-minute time-limit draw; during the match, a notice was posted on the screen to clarify that the bout took place prior to Jannetty being thrown through the plate glass window by Shawn Michaels (1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned the Berzerker with a small package at 5:05 (12/29/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Tatanka pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:40 with the Samoan Drop (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa in a handicap flag match at 3:27 by pinning Mustafa with a clothesline; after the bout, Slaughter led the crowd in saying the Pledge of Alliegence (12/29/91; Madison Square Garden)
- Jake Roberts pinned Dale Wolfe at 1:57 with the DDT (Wrestling Challenge - 1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)

2/17/92 (2.6) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Tatanka pinned Kato with the Samoan Drop at 4:04 (1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center)
- The Warlord (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Hercules at 5:39 with a running powerslam (1/31/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Bret Hart defeated BA Dalton via submission with the Sharpshooter at 1:25 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Brian Elmore & Dale Wolfe at 2:34 following a flapjack (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Terry Daniels via submission with the Boston Crab at 2:08 (WWF Superstars - 1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- The Nasty Boys & the Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart (sub. for WWF Tag Team Champions the Legion of Doom), Jim Duggan, & Sgt. Slaughter at 8:05 when Earthquake pinned Neidhart with an elbow drop following a splash in the corner (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper pinned the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 3:24 by using the challenger's own shock stick on him after the Mountie's attempt to use it failed since Piper was wearing a rubber vest on underneath his t-shirt; prematch stipulations stated Bret Hart would face the champion at WrestleMania VIII (Saturday Night's Main Event - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Louie Spicolli at 3:07 with the side suplex (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- The Big Bossman defeated the Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) via count-out at 3:37 after getting back in the ring after both men began brawling on the floor; after the bout, the Berzerker rammed Bossman into the guard rail, pulled up the ringside mat, and slammed Bossman to the floor but Bossman eventually threw the Berzerker into the steel ring steps, with Berzerker then leaving ringside (1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Ed Robinson with the tombstone at 1:12 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Omar Atlas with the running powerslam at 1:39 (WWF Superstars - 1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)

2/24/92 - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Tito Santana pinned Hercules with the flying forearm at 6:01 (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- Papa Shango pinned Todd Overbow with the reverse shoulderbreaker at 1:46 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Skinner & the Brooklyn Brawler at 7:02 when Luke pinned the Brawler after Butch and Skinner reversed Luke's cover behind the referee's back (1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Khris Germany at 1:36 with the side suplex (Wrestling Challenge - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Don Richter via count-out at 1:48 after throwing his opponent to the floor (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- Bret Hart defeated the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification when the Nasty Boys interfered as Hart had the Sharpshooter applied; after the bout, Roddy Piper made the save (1992 Year in Review) (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- Randy Savage pinned Jake Roberts at 5:25 with the flying elbowsmash; after the bout, Savage hit a second elbow drop and prepared for a third before officials took Roberts backstage; the telecast ended with Miss Elizabeth coming to the ring and celebrating with Savage - however several weeks later during WWF Superstars it was revealed that Roberts prepared to hit Elizabeth with a steel chair as she stepped backstage only for the Undertaker to prevent the attack and hit Roberts with the chair (Saturday Night's Main Event - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- Rick Martel pinned Kerry Von Erich at 9:39 with his feet on the ropes; after the bout, Von Erich chased Martel backstage (Von Erich's last MSG appearance) (1/31/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Ted Dibiase & IRS defeated Omar Atlas & Terry Daniels at 3:12 when Daniels submitted to Dibiase's Million $ Dream after sustaining IRS' Write Off Samoan Drop (1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- Sgt. Slaughter & Jim Duggan defeated the Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) when Duggan pinned Blake at 2:37 with the running clothesline after Slaughter hit Blake with the Genius' scroll (Saturday Night's Main Event - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Action Jackson & Jimmy Jones at 1:33 when Saggs got the pin following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo; after the bout, the Nastys attacked the other opponent (Wrestling Challenge - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)

3/2/92 (2.4) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Owen Hart pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a splash off the top at 4:47 (2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Shawn Michaels pinned Jimmy Snuka with the Teardrop suplex at 12:17 following a superkick (Snuka's last MSG apperance as a full-time wrestler) (1/31/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Sgt. Slaughter & Jim Duggan defeated Rudy Gonzales & Dale Wolfe at 1:39 when Duggan pinned Gonzalez following the running clothesline (WWF Superstars - 1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Action Jackson & Jimmy Jones at 1:33 when Saggs got the pin following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo; after the bout, the Nastys attacked the other opponent (Wrestling Challenge - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- Tito Santana pinned Brian Elmore with the flying forearm at 1:28 (WWF Superstars - 1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- The Big Bossman fought the Warlord to a double count-out (2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Lee Armstrong & Doug Somers at 3:38 when Butch pinned Armstrong following the battering ram (2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Virgil defeated the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 7:23 when the Mountie used the shock stick as a weapon has Virgil had the Million $ Dream applied on Hart (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- Sid Justice (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Ed Robinson with the powerbomb at 1:05; after the match, Robinson was placed on a stretcher but Justice clotheslined him off (Wrestling Challenge - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned BA Dalton with the running powerslam at 1:18 (Wrestling Challenge - 1/27/92; Lubbock, TX; Municipal Coliseum)
- Papa Shango pinned Larry Williams at 1:18 with the reverse shoulderbreaker (WWF Superstars - 1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)

3/9/92 - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- Virgil & the Big Bossman defeated the Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) via disqualification at 8:41 when the Genius threw Bossman's nightstick into the ring (WWF Wrestling Grudge Matches 93) (2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Skinner pinned Terry Daniels with the reverse DDT at 4:44 (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim Powers & Terry Davis when IRS pinned Davis at 1:21 with the Samoan Drop after Dibiase let go of the Million $ Dream (WWF Superstars - 2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Warlord pinned Chris Walker at 11:14 with a powerbomb (2/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Tito Santana pinned Jim Cooper with the flying forearm at 2:12; during the bout, Shawn Michaels cut an insert promo about facing Santana at WrestleMania VIII (Wrestling Challenge - 2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- The Mountie & the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper & the Bushwhackers at 7:42 when Brian Knobbs pinned Luke after the Mountie used his shock stick as a weapon; after the match, Piper attacked the Nastys & Mountie (2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Bret Hart defeated Jimmy James via submission with the Sharpshooter at 1:19 (WWF Superstars - 2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Owen Hart pinned Hercules at 8:42 with a flying bodypress (2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Natural Disasters defeated Bob & Brad Avery when Earthquake pinned Brad with the sit-down splash at 2:57 following a regular splash from Typhoon (Wrestling Challenge - 2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Repo Man pinned Jim Brunzell at 4:13 with a side slam (2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)

3/16/92 (2.4) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Reverend Slick:
- The Natural Disasters defeated Jim Cooper & Paul Simpson when Typhoon pinned Cooper with a splash after a sit-down splash from Earthquake at 1:58 (WWF Superstars - 2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Big Bossman pinned Lee Armstrong with the sidewalk slam at 1:50 (Wrestling Challenge - 2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Powers at 4:57 after using the shock stick (2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Repo Man pinned Jimmy Snuka at 6:49 after Snuka missed a sommersault splash off the top (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Col. Mustafa with the tombstone at the 18-second mark (2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Davey Boy Smith defeated Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) via disqualification at 7:58 when Sherri grabbed hold of Smith's hair while on the ring apron and wouldn't let go; after the bout, Smith set up Sherri for the move before Michaels was able to distract Smith and allow her to escape the ring (1992 Battle of the WWF Superstars) (2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Sid Justice (w/ Harvey Whippleman) pinned Dale Wolfe at 1:48 with the powerbomb; after the match, Wolfe was placed on a stretcher but Justice clotheslined him off; Virgil attempted to make the save but was assaulted and thrown face-first into an exposed turnbuckle which broke his nose and forced him to wear a face protector for several weeks (WWF Superstars - 2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Tatanka pinned the Warlord by turning an attempted slam into an inside cradle at 8:07 (1992 Battle of the WWF Superstars) (2/18/92; West Palm Beach, FL; Auditorium)
- Papa Shango pinned Lee Thomas with a reverse shoulderbreaker at 1:25 (WWF Superstars - 2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Rick Martel defeated Robbie Sampson via submission with the Boston Crab at 1:12 (WWF Superstars - 2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)

3/23/92 (2.8) - 1-hour episode - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Hillbilly Jim:
- Sid Justice (w/ Harvey Whippleman) pinned Hercules with a powerbomb at the 25-second mark; prior to the bout, Justice allowed Hercules to leave the ring and forfeit the match but Herc attacked him from behind (2/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Tatanka pinned Pete Sanchez with the Samoan Drop at 1:17; before the bout, Tatanka attacked Martel in the aisle as Martel was leaving the ring until officials could break it up (WWF Superstars - 2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bret Hart via count-out at 6:48 after Shawn Michaels and Sensational Sherri came ringside (3/9/92; Mobile, AL; Civic Center)
- Repo Man pinned Virgil at 5:59 with his feet on the ropes after catching Virgil with an elbow to the face (1992 Battle of the WWF Superstars) (3/10/92; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)

3/29/92 - March to WrestleMania VIII (3.6) - featured Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on commentary; all matches took place 3/10/92 in Biloxi, MS unless stated; included Vince McMahon interviewing Miss Elizabeth at her home, where she insisted the photos released by Ric Flair were fake and that she and Randy Savage had the negatives to prove it, and that the incident had scarred her for life; featured McMahon interviewing Hulk Hogan in the WWF studios, discussing the possibility of Hogan's match vs. Sid Justice at WrestleMania VIII being his last, with Hogan saying he won't know until the match is over, the show ended with McMahon thanking Hogan for all of his contributions to the WWF and shaking his hand:
- WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) with a bodyslam and the legdrop at 12:07; Bob Ueker was the guest ring announcer and Mary Hart was the guest time keeper; after the match, Hogan was presented with a new heavyweight title belt (WrestleMania: The Greatest Matches 94, Hulk Still Rules, Hulkamania 3, Hulkamania 4, The Best of Hulkamania 89, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship, Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology) (WrestleMania III - 3/29/87; Pontiac, MI; Silverdome)
- Sid Justice (w/ Harvey Whippleman) pinned Hercules with a powerbomb at the 25-second mark; prior to the bout, Justice allowed Hercules to leave the ring and forfeit the match but Herc attacked him from behind (2/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated WWF IC Champion Roddy Piper via disqualification at the 8-minute mark when the champion attempted to hit Michaels with Sherri's boot - handed to him by Bret Hart (1992 Year in Review) - WWF World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) defeated Jim Brunzell via submission with the figure-4 at 3:59 - WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan to win the title at 22:50 with a splash after Hogan missed the legdrop; after the match, Hogan presented Warrior with the world title belt; both championships were on the line in the contest; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (Hulkamania Forever, The Ultimate Warrior 92, Best of the WWF: Ultimate Warrior, WrestleMania X8, The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship, Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology) (WrestleMania VI - 4/1/90; Toronto, Ontario; SkyDome)
- Jake Roberts pinned Jim Powers with the DDT at 3:04 - The Natural Disasters defeated Kato & Barry Horowitz at 1:57 when Earthquake pinned Horowitz with the sit-down splash

4/6/92 (2.6) - 1-hour episode - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gene Okerlund, & Hillbilly Jim:
- Tito Santana pinned Skinner with the flying forearm at 6:05 (3/10/92; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- Chris Walker pinned Barry Horowitz with a flying bodypress at 4:04 (3/10/92; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- Virgil defeated Kato via submission with the Million $ Dream at 7:28 (3/9/92; Mobile, AL; Civic Center)
- Tatanka pinned Brad Avery with the Samoan drop at 1:23 (Wrestling Challenge - 3/10/92; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- Repo Man pinned Jim Powers with a clothesline at 4:36 (3/9/92; Mobile, AL; Civic Center)

4/13/92 (2.7) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Hillbilly Jim:
- Rick Martel pinned JW Storm with a roll-up and holding the tights at 9:33 (3/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Owen Hart pinned Dale Wolfe at 3:39 with a splash off the top (3/9/92; Mobile, AL; Civic Center)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Koko B. Ware & Ian Weston when Beau pinned Weston following a double team move at the 2-minute mark (Wrestling Challenge - 3/10/92; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- Chris Walker fought Skinner to a double count-out at 9:26 (3/9/92; Mobile, AL; Civic Center)
- Papa Shango pinned Mike Casey at 1:28 with the reverse shoulderbreaker (WWF Superstars - 3/9/92; Mobile, AL; Civic Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Bushwhackers at 8:30 when IRS pinned Butch with a knee to the back and elbowdrop as Butch was distracted by Hart on the apron (WrestleFest 92) (4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Sonny Trout with the tombstone at 1:43; after the bout, Trout was stuffed into a bodybag (WWF Superstars - 3/9/92; Mobile, AL; Civic Center)
- The Warlord pinned Jim Brunzell with the running powerslam (3/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Virgil defeated Pat Tanaka via submission with the Million $ Dream at 7:16 (2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Matt Burn with a dropkick at 2:01; after the match, Mountie shocked Burn with the shock stick (3/10/92; Biloxi, MS; Coast Coliseum)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Kato with the running powerslam at 1:18 (4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)

4/20/92 (2.5) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Hillbilly Jim:
- Sid Justice (w/ Harvey Whippleman) pinned Chris Walker with the powerbomb at 2:54; after the bout, Walker was placed on a stretcher but Justice pushed the stretcher from the entranceway into the ring apron (4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Tom Stone via submission with the cobra clutch at 1:47 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- The Berzerker pinned Jim Brunzell with a falling slam at 8:44 (2/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Koko B. Ware pinned Barry Horowitz with the missile dropkick at 1:30 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Louie Spicolli with the teardrop suplex at 1:21 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Warren Bianchi with the tornado punch at 1:48 (WWF Superstars - 4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- Rick Martel pinned the Big Bossman at 13:49 after hitting him with Bossman’s own nightstick behind the referee's back as the referee prevented Bossman from using Martel's atomizer can as a weapon (2/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Duane Gill & Barry Hardy when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Gill after the Doomsday Device at 2:18 (WWF Superstars - 4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- Tito Santana defeated Repo Man via disqualification at 7:33 when Repo hit Santana with his steel hook and choked him with the rope; after the bout, Repo continued to choke Santana around the steel ringpost until officials sent him backstage (WrestleFest 92) (4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Mike Collins with the tombstone at 1:37;; after the bout, Collins was stuffed into a bodybag (Wrestling Challenge - 4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Tom Bennett via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:19 (WWF Superstars - 4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)

4/27/92 (2.4) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Gorilla Monsoon, & Hillbilly Jim:
- The Bushwhackers defeated Kato & Barry Hardy when Butch pinned Hardy at 5:15 following the double gutbuster (4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- Papa Shango pinned Buck Zumhoff at 2:24 with the reverse shoulderbreaker (Wrestling Challenge - 4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Virgil with the side suplex at 12:13 after Virgil hit the corner; during the bout, Virgil wrestled with a face mask to protect his broken nose but took it off late in the match (WrestleFest '92) (3/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Kevin Kruger with the running powerslam at 1:30 (WWF Superstars - 4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Eric Collins & Mike Freedom when Beau pinned Collins with the head spike at 1:46; after the match, the Beverlys painted Collins face and painted the letters "LOS" on his chest, in reference to the "Legion of Sissies" (WWF Superstars - 4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage pinned WWF Tag Team Champion IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 11:15 with the flying elbow drop after IRS ran into his own steel briefcase which was held by Hart on the ring apron (WrestleFest 92) (4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) fought the Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) to a no contest after the Berzerker hit the Undertaker with his shield, tried to stab him with his sword, and then piledrove him on the floor (1992 Year in Review) - Tito Santana defeated Rick Martel via disqualification after Martel sprayed Santana in the eyes with his Arrogance cologne (3/9/92; Mobile, AL; Civic Center)
- Skinner pinned Red Tyler at 1:57 with the reverse DDT (Wrestling Challenge - 4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)

5/4/92 (2.4) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim:
- Davey Boy Smith defeated Repo Man via disqualification at the 4-minute mark when Repo hogtied Davey over the top rope with his bullrope after the referee had been knocked down; after the bout, Davey was helped by officials and taken backstage on a stretcher (Wrestling Challenge - 4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated Kato & Barry Horowitz at 6:56 when Owen pinned Kato with a missile dropkick (4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champion IRS fought Tito Santana to a 20-minute time-limit draw; after the match, Santana hit the flying forearm on IRS (3/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Tatanka pinned Brian Costello with the Samoan Drop at 2:23; after the bout, Tatanka knocked Rick Martel - who had come ringside - off the apron and was later sprayed in the eyes by Martel's Arrogance for doing so; Martel then stole Tatanka’s eagle feathers (1992 Year in Review) (WWF Superstars - 4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- Bret Hart & the Bushwhackers defeated the Mountie & the Nasty Boys at 12:46 when Bret pinned the Mountie with a roll-up at 13:05 (3/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Skinner with a flying shoulder block and splash at 1:35 (The Ultimate Warrior 92) (WWF Superstars - 4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) pinned Jim Powers with the figure-4 at 2:27 after Perfect knocked Powers out by hitting him with a foreign object on the floor (Wrestling Challenge - 4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Papa Shango pinned Red Tyler with the reverse shoulderbreaker at 1:49 (WWF Superstars - 4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)

5/11/92 (2.2) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim:
- Earthquake defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Ted Dibiase (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 2:17 when IRS interfered and hit both Earthquake and Typhoon with his steel briefcase; after the bout, the champions continued attacking Earthquake until Typhoon could make the save (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Jim Powers pinned Bob Bradley at 5:28 with a powerslam (4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Mark Kay & Kerry Davis at 1:43 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Kay following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Skinner via submission with the Sharpshooter at 6:57 (10/22/91; Dayton, OH; Hara Arena)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Glen Ruth with the tombstone at 2:29 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) pinned Sgt. Slaughter at 6:17 after the Mountie, who arrived mid-way through the match and sat ringside, interfered and used a larger, more powerful shock stick as a weapon on Slaughter; during the contest, Jimmy Hart came out and handed the Mountie a box which contained the shock stick; after the bout, the Mountie and Hart celebrated in the ring with the Mountie trash talking Slaughter on the microphone as he was led away on a stretcher (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Repo Man pinned Virgil with a back elbow at 11:04 (1/31/92; Madison Square Garden)
- Crush pinned Kato with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker and spinebuster at 1:50 (the debut of the Kona Crush character; Crush's return after a year absence) (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- The Bushwhackers defeated Brian Costello & Barry Horowitz when Butch pinned Costello at 3:59 following the double gutbuster (10/21/91; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
- Tito Santana pinned Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) with a roll-up at 6:48 after pushing Mustafa into Adnan on the ring apron (12/3/91; San Antonio, TX; Freeman Coliseum)
- Kamala (w/ Harvey Whippleman & Kimchee) pinned Sonny Blaze with a splash at the 48-second mark (Kamala's TV return after an absence of 5 years) (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)

5/18/92 (2.1) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim:
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated the Bushwhackers at 1:22 when Blake pinned Butch after Beau hit Butch with the Genius' scroll; after the bout, the Legion of Doom made the save as the Beverlys prepared to paint Butch's face (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Duane Gill with the running powerslam at 1:46 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Tatanka pinned Barry Hardy with the Samoan Drop at 1:59 (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Col. Mustafa defeated Kerry Davis via submission with the Camel Clutch at 3:03 (4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- The Big Bossman pinned Glen Ruth with the sidewalk slam at 1:28; after the bout, a voice could be heard over the PA system from a man stating he had done his time and was coming for the Bossman (1992 Year in Review) (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Jimmy Snuka with an elbow drop at 7:44 after Snuka missed a crossbody (9/9/91; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Bob Bradley at 4:24 when Koko pinned Bradley following a double dropkick off the top (4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- The Ultimate Warrior pinned Brian Knobbs (w/ Jimmy Hart & Jerry Saggs) with the flying shoulderblock / splash combo at 3:54; after the bout, Papa Shango reappeared at ringside and cursed the Warrior, with Warrior eventually falling to the floor, clutching his stomach; he was helped backstage by Rene Goulet, JJ Dillon, and Tony Garea; after the commercial break, Warrior was shown being helped backstage where he was soon shown throwing up (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Tito Santana pinned Kato with the flying forearm at 6:43 (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman & Kimchee) pinned Bill Pierce with a splash at 1:44 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Mike Fury via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:24 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Repo Man defeated Jay Sledge via submission with a half crab at 1:17 (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)

5/25/92 (2.5) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim:
- Jim Duggan pinned Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) at 7:42 after using the 2X4 as a weapon, originally given to Mustafa by Adnan (9/10/91; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Kato via submission with the Camel Clutch at 4:28 (4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Crush pinned Barry Hardy with a spinebuster at 1:36 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim Brunzell & Glen Ruth at 3:49 when Ruth submitted to Dibiase's Million $ Dream (4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bill Pierce with the tombstone at 2:23 (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated the Bushwhackers at 12:38 when Brian Knobbs pinned Butch after Saggs hit Butch with the ring bell behind the referee's back (2/23/92; Madison Square Garden)
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Vito Krus & Brian Brieger when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Krus following the Doomsday Device at 2:03 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Davey Boy Smith fought the Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double count-out at 6:55 (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Sonny Blaze with the side suplex at 2:32 (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Virgil defeated Duane Gill via submission with the Million $ Dream at 1:47 (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)

6/1/92 (2.0) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim:
- Tito Santana pinned Mike Fury with the flying forearm at 3:50 (4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Kamala (w/ Harvey Whippleman & Kimchee) pinned Bob Wisseman with a splash to the back at 1:48 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Virgil defeated Pat Tanaka via submission with the Million $ Dream at 7:16 (2/17/92; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
- Papa Shango fought Brian Brieger to a no contest when, prior to the bout, Brieger's feet were set on fire and black goo dripped off his face (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Rock Werner at 1:36 with one foot on his chest after a dropkick; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed Werner to the top rope and threatened to use his shock stick until officials came out to the ring to prevent him (5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned Dino Bravo (sub. for Shawn Michaels) with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle (4/14/92; Munich, Germany; Olympiahalle)
- The Big Bossman pinned Dave Roulette at 1:05 with the sidewalk slam; after the match, Nailz came through the crowd, attacked Bossman from behind, handcuffed his hands together, and assaulted him with the nightstick; moments later, Bossman was taken backstage on a stretcher while Nailz left through the crowd (Nailz' surprise TV debut; Bossman's last appearance until July) (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Repo Man pinned Jimmy Snuka at 6:49 after Snuka missed a sommersault splash off the top (1/28/92; Amarillo, TX; Civic Center)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Glen Ruth via count-out at 1:59 after throwing his opponent to the floor (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Bob Bradley via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 1:44 (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Skinner pinned Jim Powers at 7:05 with the reverse DDT (5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)

6/8/92 (2.2) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim:
- Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Skinner when Owen pinned Brawler with a splash after a missile dropkick from the top rope at 7:59 (5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Ron Cumberledge at 1:47 with the side suplex (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Jim Powers pinned Barry Horowitz at 5:55 with a powerslam (5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with the figure-4 at 2:17 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Kato & Rich Mitchell at 1:49 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Mitchell following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 4/29/92; Syracuse, NY; War Memorial)
- Repo Man defeated Dan Robbins via submission with a half crab at 1:36; after the bout, Repo hogtied his opponent (WWF Superstars - 5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Virgil & Tito Santana when Knobbs pinned Virgil after a double DDT at around the 7-minute mark (5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Crush defeated Duane Gill via submission with the head vice at 1:41 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF Tag Team Champion IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) with the running powerslam at 12:48 after knocking Hart off the apron (World Tour 92) (UK Rampage 92 - 4/19/92; Sheffield, England; Arena)
- The Natural Disasters defeated Barry Hardy & Brian Costello at 3:08 when Typhoon pinned Costello with a splash following the sit-down splash from Earthquake (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Executioners at 5:18 when Butch scored the pin following the double gutbuster (11/11/91; Utica, NY; War Memorial)

6/15/92 (2.0) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim:
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Dan Robbins with the tombstone at 2:05; after the bout, Robbins was stuffed into a bodybag (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Bill Koby with a dropkick at 1:26; after the match, the Mountie threatened Koby with his shock stick until Koby ran backstage (WWF Superstars - 5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated George Anderson & Butler Stevens when Anderson submitted to Dibiase's Million $ Dream at 1:45 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Shawn Patrick & Kevin Kruger when Saggs pinned Patrick with the elbowsmash off the top at 2:41 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Nailz defeated Ron Cumberledge via submission at 1:07 with a choke; after the match, Nailz attacked Cumberledge with the nightstick, causing him to be taken backstage on a stretcher (Nailz' in-ring debut) (WWF Superstars - 5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- Tito Santana pinned Mike Samples with the flying forearm at 1:27 (WWF Superstars - 5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- The Brooklyn Brawler pinned Mark Kay with a superplex at 1:38 (Wrestling Challenge - 4/28/92; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
- Virgil pinned Kato with a crucifix at 1:44 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Tatanka pinned Skinner with the Samoan Drop (UK Rampage 92 - 4/19/92; Sheffield, England; Arena)
- The Natural Disasters defeated the Executioners when Typhoon scored the pin with a splash after a sit-down splash from Earthquake at 2:34 (WWF Superstars - 5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- Kerry Von Erich defeated Repo Man via disqualification when Repo used his hook as a weapon at 4:45 after Von Erich applied the claw hold (5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Craig Brown with the side suplex at 1:41 (WWF Superstars - 5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Red Tyler & Burt Stiles at 2:18 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Stiles following the Doomsday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Kamala (w/ Harvey Whippleman & Kimchee) pinned Eric Freedom with a splash at 1:17 (5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Brian Costello via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:02 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)

6/22/92 - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Reverend Slick, & Hillbilly Jim; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Sgt. Slaughter, discussing the Mountie (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex):
- Tito Santana pinned Kato with the flying forearm at 6:09 (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Glen Ruth via count-out at 2:25 after throwing his opponent over the top rope to the floor (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated Brian Costello & Tom Stone at 4:16 when Owen pinned Stone following a double missile dropkick (4/8/92; Kalamazoo, MI; Wings Stadium)
- Papa Shango fought Chris Hahn to a no contest when Shango cursed Hahn, causing his hand to catch fire, and Hahn ran backstage (WWF Superstars - 5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Bob Bradley with the Tornado Punch at 1:33 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Davey Boy Smith & the Legion of Doom defeated the Mountie & the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) when Smith pinned Brian Knobbs with the running powerslam at 12:24 after the LOD ran Knobbs into Smith (WWF Wrestling World Tour) (4/14/92; Munich, Germany; Olympiahalle)
- Crush defeated the Brooklyn Brawler via submission with the head vice at 1:56 (WWF Superstars - 5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated Jim Brunzell & Jim Powers when Blake pinned Powers at 7:30 after Beau pushed Blake down onto Powers as Powers attempted a powerslam (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Nailz pinned Dan Robbins at 1:37 with an electric chair; after the bout, Nailz attacked Robbins with his nightstick, causing him to be taken backstage on a stretcher (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Duane Gill with the tombstone at 2:05 (WWF Superstars - 5/19/92; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena)

6/29/92 (2.2) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Hillbilly Jim, & the Undertaker & Paul Bearer; featured Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Nailz in which Nailz cut a promo on the Big Bossman (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex):
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Bob Bradley via submission with the Sharpshooter at 3:11 (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman & Kimchee) pinned John Blade with a splash to the back at 1:39 (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- Repo Man defeated Joe McMullen via submission with a half crab at 1:30 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Kerry Davis via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 1:33 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Chico Martinez & Rick Johnson when Saggs pinned Martinez after an elbowsmash from the top rope at 2:47 (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Barry Horowitz with the running powerslam at 4:04 (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- WWF World Champion Randy Savage pinned Skinner with the flying elbowsmash at 8:16 (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Rick Martel defeated Jay Sledge via submission with the Boston Crab at 1:41 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Bruce Mitchell via count-out at 2:33 after throwing his opponent to the floor (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Virgil after using the shock stick as a weapon (UK Rampage 92 - 4/19/92; Sheffield, England; Arena)
- Tito Santana pinned Tom Stone with the flying forearm at 1:49 (Wrestling Challenge - 5/18/92; Cincinnati, OH; Riverfront Coliseum)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Jason Speed at 1:52 with the side suplex (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)

7/6/92 (2.7) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Hillbilly Jim, & WWF World Champion Randy Savage:
- WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter via disqualification at 8:16 when Duggan hit IRS with the 2X4 (4/7/92; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
- Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman & Kimchee) pinned JA Gooden at 1:36 with a splash (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bob Knight with the tombstone at 2:12 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Rick Martel defeated Jason Knight via submission with the Boston Crab at 2:21 (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- The Berzerker won a 40-man battle royal by last eliminating Kerry Von Erich and Skinner at the same time at 9:57; other participants included: Davey Boy Smith, WWF IC Champion Bret Hart, the Beverly Brothers, Virgil, Kato, Owen Hart, Koko B. Ware, the Nasty Boys, Tito Santana, Tatanka, Sgt. Slaughter, Rick Martel, WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS, Duane Gill, Joe Milano, Jim Brunzell, Bob Starr, Bret Johnson, JA Gooden, Steve Martinez, Bob Bradley, Bruce Mitchell, Barry Horowitz, Bob Knight, Jerry Davis, Joe McMullen, Al Hunter, Jim Powers, Scott Palantonio, Barry Hardy, Nick Danger and 3 others; order of elimination mid-way through the match: four unknowns by Von Erich one after another, Martel by Tatanka, Tatanka by Skinner, Dibiase by Santana, IRS by Smith, Bret Hart & the Beverlys at the same time, Saggs by Smith & Von Erich, Koko by Berzerker, Santana by Skinner, Smith by Skinner & Berzerker, Von Erich & Skinner by Berzerker at the same time after Skinner thought he had eliminated Berzerker moments earlier (6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated the Executioners when Road Warrior Hawk scored the pin following the Doomsday Device at 2:56 (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:21 with the running powerslam (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Papa Shango pinned Tito Santana (sub. for Kerry Von Erich) after reversing a crossbody off the top at 9:49 (4/14/92; Munich, Germany; Olympiahalle)
- Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated Bob Bradley & Joe Milano at 1:54 when Owen scored the pin with a roll over after lifting his opponent in the air for Koko's missile dropkick (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- Nailz defeated Kerry Davis via submission with a choke at 1:44; after the bout, Nailz attacked his opponent with the Big Bossman's nightstick (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Tatanka pinned Glen Ruth at 2:42 with the Samoan Drop (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)

7/13/92 (2.5) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Tatanka, discussing Rick Martel, with Tatanka saying that Martel will understand what revenge is soon (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex):
- Kerry Von Erich pinned Kato with the Tornado Punch at 4:33 (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Chico Martinez with the teardrop suplex following a superkick at 1:48 (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jason Knight & Scott Colontonio at 3:52 when Saggs pinned Colontonio following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Tito Santana pinned Duane Gill at 1:44 with the flying forearm (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- WWF Tag Team Champions Ted DiBiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Bobby Perez & Angel Vega at 1:30 when Vega submitted to Dibiase's Million $ Dream; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel made the announcement that Shawn Michaels had left the building (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Peter Motts (Perry Saturn) & Chris Duffy at 1:38 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Duffy following the Doomsaday Device (Wrestling Challenge - 6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Bruce Mitchell at 1:50 with the tombstone; after the bout, the Berzerker & Mr. Fuji came ringside with Fuji throwing salt in Bearer's eyes and Berzerker attacking Taker with no effect; moments later, Fuji hit Taker with his cane with no effect and Berzerker threw salt into Taker's eyes before leaving ringside (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated the Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) via disqualification at 9:53 when Beau hit Owen with the Genius' scroll as Owen had Blake covered with a roll up; after the bout, Hart & Koko cleared their opponents from ringside (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect) defeated Jason Knight via submission with the figure-4 at 1:46 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Virgil defeated Rick Martel via disqualification at 4:49 after Martel used his Arrogance spray can as a weapon (6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated the Dublin Destroyer via submission with the Sharpshooter at 2:02 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/2/92; Ottawa, Ontario; Civic Center)
- Nailz defeated Rick Johnson at 1:20 via submission with a choke hold; after the bout, Nailz attacked his opponent with the nightstick (WWF Superstars - 6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- Jim Powers pinned Bob Bradley at 3:57 with a powerslam (6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)

7/20/92 (2.8) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim:
- The Beverly Brothers (w/ the Genius) defeated the Natural Disasters via count-out at 7:12 after Typhoon attacked the Genius in the aisle while Earthquake fought both Beverlys on the floor, eventually pushing Blake back inside the ring just prior to the 10-count (Bashed in the USA) (6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Sgt. Slaughter defeated Richie Rich via submission at the 48-second mark with the cobra clutch (Wrestling Challenge - 6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Tatanka pinned Kato at 3:48 with the Samoan Drop (6/29/92; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Skinner pinned Jason Knight at 1:21 with the reverse DDT (6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Crush defeated Bob Bradley via submission with the head vice at 2:59 (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- WWF IC Champion Bret Hart defeated Rick Martel via disqualification at 10:14 when Shawn Michaels came ringside and repeatedly hit Hart in the face as Martel had the champion in the Boston Crab, with intent of costing Martel the title so that he himself could win it; moments prior to putting the champion in the submission hold, Martel hit Hart with the Arrogance spray can; Martel and Michaels had an altercation after the match (Bashed in the USA) (6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- Papa Shango pinned Ross Greenberg with a reverse shoulderbreaker at 1:32 (Wrestling Challenge - 6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware via count-out after IRS hit Owen with his steel briefcase on the floor at 8:44 (6/1/92; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Vito Krus at the 2-minute mark with the running powerslam (WWF Superstars - 6/29/92; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Nailz defeated Tony Roy via submission at the 52-second mark with a choke; after the bout, Nailz assaulted and choked Roy with his nightstick (Wrestling Challenge - 6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)

7/27/92 (2.2) - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim:
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Skinner with the tombstone at 3:02 (6/29/92; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Bill Pierce at 1:22 with a dropkick (Wrestling Challenge - 6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- Virgil pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the side Russian legsweep at 5:53 (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Nailz defeated Jason Speed via submission at 1:14 with a choke; after the bout, Nailz assaulted and choked Speed with his nightstick (WWF Superstars - 6/29/92; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- The Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering & Rocco) defeated Flex Armstrong & Richie Rich at 1:48 when Road Warrior Hawk scored the pin following the Doomsday Device (WWF Superstars - 6/29/92; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman & Kimchee) pinned Scott Taylor at 1:38 with a splash (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Kerry Von Erich via count-out at 8:09 after Sherri pulled Michaels off the apron, as Von Erich had the claw applied, causing both men to fall out to the floor, with Sherri pushing Michaels back inside the ring to break the 10-count (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- Jim Duggan defeated Repo Man via disqualification at 7:14 when Repo hit Duggan with a steel hook; after the match, Repo continued to attack Duggan with the hook and rope until Duggan regained possession of his 2x4 and chased Repo backstage (Best of WWF: World Tour 93) (UK Rampage 92 - 4/19/92; Sheffield, England; Arena)
- Rick Martel defeated Brian Brieger via submission with the Boston Crab at the 41-second mark (Wrestling Challenge - 6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
- The Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Jim Powers & Jim Brunzell at 5:48 when Saggs pinned Powers following a double DDT (6/29/92; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)

8/3/92:
(6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
(6/29/92; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
(6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
(WWF Superstars - 6/29/92; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
(Wrestling Challenge - 6/30/92; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
(WWF Superstars - 7/20/92; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
(Wrestling Challenge - 7/21/92; Portland, ME; Civic Center)

8/10/92 - hosted by Vince McMahon with a discussion panel of Bobby Heenan, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, & Hillbilly Jim; featured Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Ted Dibiase, IRS, & Jimmy Hart about their recent loss of the WWF Tag Team titles and their upcoming match with the Legion of Doom at Summer Slam (7/21/92; Portland, ME; Civic Center):
- The Big Bossman pinned Joe Richards with the sidewalk slam at 1:39 (Wrestling Challenge - 7/21/92; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Tito Santana pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with the flying forearm at 3:33 (6/29/92; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
- WWF Tag Team Champions the Natural Disasters defeated Brian Donahue & Brian Brieger at 3:13 when Typhoon pinned Brieger with a splash following the sit-down splash from Earthquake (WWF Superstars - 7/20/92; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- The Bezerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jason Knight via count-out at 1:59 after throwing his opponent over the top to the floor (WWF Superstars - 7/20/92; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Davey Boy Smith pinned Repo Man with the running powerslam at 6:39 (7/20/92; Worcester, MA; Centrum)
- Razor Ramon pinned Jerry Seavey at 2:08 with the Razor's Edge (Wrestling Challenge - 7/21/92; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Duane Gill with the tombstone at 2:49 (6/3/92; Cornwall, Ontario; Civic Complex)
- The Bushwhackers defeated the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at 3:08 when Saggs used Hart's motorcycle helmet on Butch; after the bout, both Bushwhackers were attacked with the helmet until Jim Duggan made the save (Wrestling Challenge - 7/21/92; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Tony Devito at 2:29 with the side suplex; during the bout, Rick Martel came to ringside and winked at Sherri, with Sherri winking back moments later; Michaels never noticed Martel at ringside (Wrestling Challenge - 7/21/92; Portland, ME; Civic Center)
- Ted Dibiase & IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tony Roy & Dan Dubiel at 2:10 when IRS pinned Dubiel with a clothesline (Wrestling Challenge - 7/21/92; Portland, ME; Civic Center)

8/17/92 (2.5):

8/23/92 - Summer Slam Spectacular (2.7):

9/14/92 (2.4):

9/21/92 (1.8):

9/28/92 (1.8):

10/5/92 (1.7):

10/12/92 (1.7):

10/19/92 (1.7):

10/26/92 (2.0):

11/2/92 (1.8):

11/9/92 (1.8):

11/16/92 (2.0):

11/22/92 - Survivor Series Showdown (2.0; the repeat broadcast the following day drew a 2.1 rating) - :

11/30/92 (2.1):

12/7/92 (1.8):

12/14/92 (2.0):

12/21/92:

12/28/92:

1993


1/4/93 (2.2) - final episode - 1-hour special:

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