Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 2, 2021 22:33:13 GMT -5
WWF Monday Night RAW
June 17, 1996
Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium in Fayettville, North Carolina
Hosts: Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler
KOTR Quarter-Final: The Ultimate Warrior vs. Goldust (w/ Marlena)
Goldust cuts a promo getting heat from the crowd when The Ultimate Warrior's music interrupts and The Warrior runs in and hits him with a flying shoulder tackle to start the match. He hits him with another but when he goes to deliver the gorilla press, Goldust scratches his eyes which causes The Warrior to drop him and the IC champ retreats to the outside. The ref starts counting him out as he decides to just walk to the back but The Warrior slides out the ring and throws him back in, Goldust begs the Warrior to let him off easy but he ain't having it and throws him into the corner. He chops Goldust a few times before throwing him from the corner. He runs to the ropes and hits the body splash and advances to the King of the Ring ppv!
KOTR Semi final: The Ultimate Warrior vs. Jake "The Snake" Roberts
It might've taken a couple of years but we finally get The Warrior and The Snake against each other in the ring, although this time both men are face and show this when they show great sportsmanship by shaking hands. The bell rings and the two competitors lock up before Warrior gets Roberts into a headlock, Roberts pushes back and sends Warrior running to the ropes before Jake is hit with a shoulder tackle by The Warrior. Momentum between the two men swings back and forth until The Warrior clotheslines Roberts out side of the ring. However when he goes to leave the ring, JERRY LAWLER slides into the ring and hits a piledriver on him!
The ref rings the bell and The Warrior moves onto the final.
Winner via DQ: The Ultimate Warrior
Even after the match, Lawler continues his attack but the Warrior makes a comeback and hits the gorilla press. But when he goes to splash him, Lawler slides out of the ring and hightails it to the back.
The Smoking Gunns (Bart Gunn and Billy Gunn) (c) (w/ Sunny) def. The Godwinns (Henry O. Godwinn and Phineas I. Godwinn) (w/ Hillbilly Jim) to retain the WWF Tag Team Championships
Hunter Hearst Helmsley def. Aldo Montoya
Mankind def. The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer)
Ahmed Johnson defeated Goldust (c) (w/ Marlena) to NEW WWF Intercontinental Championship
KOTR Final: Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Ultimate Warrior
The Warrior makes his way out for the second time tonight as he faces off against Stone Cold Steve Austin, it's old school vs new school and new school has a new attitude. Austin mocks the Warrior on his way in by shaking the ropes before flipping The Warrior off, Warrior and Austin then exchange blows. Austin gets Warrior in the corner and starts stomping a mud hole in The Warrior, he yet again mocks Warrior before getting another kick in. Eventually momentum shifts and The Warrior is in control, he clotheslines Austin out of the ring before following him to the outside and throws him into the ring steps. They re-enter the ring at 7 before The Warrior throws Austin into the ropes. It all seems to be over for Austin but when The Warrior goes for the Gorilla Press, Austin reverses and hits a STUNNER! Austin covers him for 3 and becomes the 1996 King of the Ring.
Winner and 1996 King of the Ring: Stone Cold Steve Austin
Austin slides out of the ring and starts walking towards the King of the Ring throne while Dox Hendrix talks on the mic. Hendrix: The fourth (actually tenth but guessing Dox got confused) prestigious King of the Ring, Stone Cold Steve Austin, an incredible victory! Austin: The first thing I want to be done, is to get pieces of crap like that and Jake Roberts out of my ring. Don't just get him out of the ring, get him out of the WWF because I proved son, without a shadow of a doubt, you and Roberts don't have what it takes anymore. Jake, you sit there and you thump your Bible, say your prayers and it didn't get you anywhere. Talk about your psalms, talk about John 3:16...Austin 3:16 says I just whipped your ass!
The crowd pops as Dox tells him that wasn't necessary. Austin: As King of the Ring, I'm surviving notice to all the WWF Superstars including that washed up piece of trash right there (points to The Warrior standing in the ring). I don't give a damn what they are, they're all on the list, and that's Stone Cold's list, and I'm fixing to start running through all of them. And as far as the championship match is considered son, I don't give a damn if it's Davey Boy Smith or Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin's time has come, and when I get that shot you're looking at the next WWF champion. Hendrix: Obviously anything but humble, the fourth prestigious King Of The Ring, Stone Cold Steve Austin. Warrior starts walking towards the back and Austin takes the opportunity to talk more trash that leads to a brawl before both men are seperated.
Shawn Michaels (c) (w/José Lothario) def. The British Bulldog (with Diana Smith and Jim Cornette) with Mr. Perfect as special outside enforcer to retain the WWF Championship - After the match Bulldog and Owen Hart (who was on commentary) attacked Michaels before Ahmed comes out to help him before Vader comes down and jumps Ahmed and Shawn, eventually The Warrior returns and helps Michaels and Ahmed. All three men pose to end the show.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 10, 2021 20:40:35 GMT -5
WWF Monday Night RAW June 24, 1996 Brown County Expo in Green Bay, Wisconsin Hosts: Vince McMahon and Jim Ross
Vince: Welcome everyone to another Monday Night RAW, and we're just off the heels of one of the most talked about King of the Rings in WWF history! JR: You're right Vince, not only did we see WWF Champion Shawn Michaels retain against The British Bulldog, he also saw Ahmed Johnson make history by becoming the first African American Intercontinental Champion and we saw Stone Cold Steve Austin beat The Ultimate Warrior in the finals of the King of the Ring tournament. Vince: And Stone Cold made sure to let everyone know they were on his list, he even went as far as to call The Warrior a has been! Speaking of the Warrior, during his semi-final match against Jake "The Snake" Roberts he was attacked by Jerry "The King" Lawler and The Warrior could get his revenge tonight!
Ultimate Warrior promo on Jerry Lawler:
Warrior: Last night at the King of the Ring, I faced off against Jake "The Snake" Roberts when suddenly Jerry Lawler attacks me and piledrives me! I chased him away but the mere fact he decided to attack me, he will be punished and tonight is the night to do so. As for Steve Austin, after tonight and In Your House your @$$ is mine!
Ultimate Warrior vs Jerry Lawler: Before the match Lawler tries to bribe The Warrior with a hand drawn portrait but the Warrior refuses and Lawler smashes it on him! He attempts a cover but the Warrior's boot was on the rope and Lawler is forced to get up. He hits a piledriver but The Warrior kicks out, he starts shaking the ropes and before you know it he pins Lawler after the big splash.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 11, 2021 11:24:52 GMT -5
WWF Monday Night RAW July 8, 1996 Brown County Expo in Green Bay, Wisconsin Hosts: Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler
Shawn Michaels, Ahmed Johnson, and Ultimate Warrior promo
Ultimate Warrior vs. Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) Following that promo we cut to the ring where The Warrior makes his entrance before the match begins, Lawler and Vince hype up International Incident during the match. Warrior has Owen where he wants him but Bulldog and Vader run in and attack him ending the match DQ.
Winner via DQ: The Ultimate Warrior
The heels keep beating on Warrior til his tag partners arrive and drive them away ending the show.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 11, 2021 12:25:45 GMT -5
WWF In Your House 9: International Incident July 21, 1996 General Motors Place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Hosts: Vince McMahon, Jim Ross, and Jerry Lawler
The Bodydonnas (Skip and Zip) def. The Smoking Gunns (Bart Gunn and Billy Gunn) (w/ Sunny) with Harvey Wippleman as special guest referee
Mankind def. Jake "The Snake" Roberts via submission
Stone Cold Steve Austin def. Marc Mero (w/ Sable)
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) def. Goldust (w/ Marlena) by DQ - Mankind attacked Undertaker
Camp Cornette promo:
Following The Undertaker's DQ victory, we cut to the back where we see Camp Cornette being interviewed by Mr. Perfect. Perfect: I'm here with the soon-to-be victors of tonight's main event, Camp Cornette. Cornette: You're absolutely right Perfect! Steve Austin proved at the King of the Ring that The Warrior is a has been and tonight Camp Cornette will send him packing! Owen: Warrior, you've been a thorn in our side for far too long! Tonight when we're in the ring, I'm gonna lock in the sharpshooter and you're going tap out in front of everyone in this arena and on TV! Vader: Unless it's me who gets his hands on that circus freak, then I'll Vader bomb you to the center of the Earth! And everyone will know that it's Vader's time! Bulldog: I think we're forgetting the rest of our opponents boys, I don't give two flips about Ahmed but Shawn Michaels. I'm gonna take that WWF Championship, I'm gonna prove that King of the Ring was a fluke and show everybody what I'm really made of! Perfect: And there you have it, can't wait to see the Ultimate has been sent home in a stretcher! Hahahaha!
The People's Posse (Ahmed Johnson, Shawn Michaels and Ultimate Warrior) (w/ José Lothario) vs. Camp Cornette (Owen Hart, British Bulldog, and Vader) (w/ Jim Cornette)
We cut back to the ring where Camp Cornette makes their entrance before the People's Posse makes theirs. The Warrior and Vader start off for their teams and have at it, soon Vader tags in Bulldog and they double team Warrior. Warrior then gets the Bulldog down and tags in Shawn who gets to work with Bulldog, Michaels nearly hits a superkick but Davey catches his leg and drops HBK and elbows his thigh. Ahmed is the next tag and he starts cleaning house, knocking both Vader and Owen off the apron before Bulldog surprises him with a clothesline. The end involves Warrior and Owen after being tagged in by HBK and Vader retrospectively, the rest of their teammates brawling while Warrior is about to hit the Gorilla Press when STONE COLD STEVE AUSTIN gets in the ring and hits a Stunner on the Warrior! Owen uses this to quickly get the cover as Austin slides out and Earl counts to three.
Winner: Camp Cornette (Owen Hart, British Bulldog, and Vader)
The heels celebrate as the Warrior slides out of the ring and grabs a steel chair before whacking Vader then making a b-line to the back to find Austin. The rest of the People's posse chase off Camp Cornette before the show ends.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 13, 2021 16:49:16 GMT -5
WWF Monday Night RAW July 22, 1996 Key Arena in Seattle, Washington Hosts: Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler
Ultimate Warrior promo on Steve Austin:
After Goldust defeats Barry Horowitz in a match, The Ultimate Warrior runs in and clotheslines Goldust outside the ring before he grabs a mic and talks about IYH.
Warrior: Last night I had Owen Hart beat in the ring and was going to win the match when Stone Cold Steve Austin ran out and cost me the match! I chased him to the back and have yet to get my hands on him.. Even after he defeated me to become King of the Ring, he still wants to fight me. If it's a fight he wants, he'll get it!
Before he can say anything else, Brian Pillman (who had done commentary for the Goldust/Horowitz match) gets a mic and cuts him off.
Pillman: Warrior, Stone Cold Steve Austin told you that washed up pieces of crap like you don't belong here anymore! You old timers are trying to keep us younger wrestlers down and try to relive the glory days! You're time is over, ours is now!
Warrior is about to respond when STEVE AUSTIN slides in and hits The Warrior with a steel chair!
Pillman and Austin gang up on The Warrior and continue to beat him up until Warrior gets Austin's steel chair and wacks Pillman with it. He yells for Austin to enter the ring but Stone Cold walks to the back while Warrior hits both the Gorilla Press and the splash on Brian.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 14, 2021 13:13:28 GMT -5
WWF Monday Night RAW July 29, 1996 Key Arena in Seattle, Washington Hosts: Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer)
Halfway through the match Mankind appears and The Undertaker decides to abandon the match and stalk him, meanwhile THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR runs in and attacks Austin! The match ends in a draw as Warrior continues to fight with Austin before security separates them.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 16, 2021 14:40:01 GMT -5
WWF Monday Night RAW August 5, 1996 Key Arena in Seattle, Washington Hosts: Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler
President Gorilla Monsoon statement about Warrior/Austin
Gorilla: Last week we saw The Ultimate Warrior interfere in Steve Austin's match against The Undertaker, last month Austin had interfered in the main event of In Your House. I have decided to make a match between these two men to settle this score, thank you.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 16, 2021 15:29:10 GMT -5
WWF Summerslam August 18, 1996 Gund Arena in Cleveland, Ohio Hosts: Vince McMahon, Mr. Perfect, and Jim Ross
Owen Hart def. Savio Vega
The Smoking Gunns (Billy and Bart) (c) (w/ Sunny) def. The New Rockers (Leif Cassidy and Marty Jannetty), and The Godwinns (Henry O. and Phineas I.) (w/ Hillbilly Jim) and The Bodydonnas (Skip and Zip) to retain the WWF Tag Team Championships
Goldust (w/ Marlena) def. Marc Mero (w/ Sable)
Jerry Lawler def. Jake "The Snake" Roberts
Mankind def. The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) in a Boiler Room Brawl - Paul Bearer betrays The Undertaker!
After some highlights of their feud so far we cut back to the ring where Stone Cold Steve Austin makes his entrance before The Warrior's music hits and he comes running out. He shakes the ropes and enters the ring when Austin ambushes him! The bell rings and the two deliver right after right, it barely resembles a wrestling match it more resembles a bar fight. The brawling goes to the outside, Austin throws Warrior into the ring post and then back into the ring. He signals for the stunner, he goes for the kick but Warrior grabs his boot and shoves him and Austin accidentally bumps into the ref and knocks him out! Stone Cold is sent into the ropes and hits the Lou Thez press, he then slides out of the ring and grabs a steel chair and starts bashing The Warrior's back! Eventually Austin lets Ultimate Warrior up, spins him around and hits the stunner!
Stone Cold goes for the cover but the ref is still out! Austin lets go and grabs the ref and slaps him to get him to wake up but there's no such luck. While Austin's busy with the ref, The Warrior starts to show signs of life. He grabs the bottom rope and starts shaking, then he grabs the middle rope and shakes, then the top rope and shaking the ropes! Austin turns around and sees Warrior back up and goes to attack but it has no effect on Warrior! Austin keeps hitting him but nothing happens, Austin tries again but The Warrior blocks it and hits him. Warrior throws him into the ropes and hits the shoulder tackle, then another, before hitting the Gorilla Press and finally the splash to win the match.
Winner: The Ultimate Warrior
The crowd cheers as The Warrior poses for them before we go to a video hyping the main event.
Shawn Michaels (c) (w/ José Lothario) def. Vader (w/ Jim Cornette) to retain the WWF Championship
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 16, 2021 15:50:06 GMT -5
The Warrior would yet again leave the WWF following Summerslam after having another fall out with Vince McMahon with having Austin beat him at KOTR and not getting a WWF title reign. Warrior would never again wrestle in the WWF and would appear in WCW in 1998 before leaving again.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 16, 2021 16:09:08 GMT -5
5. The Mega Powers never split
One of the most famous rivalries in WWF history, the Mega Powers imploded due to WWF Champion Randy Savage's paranoia about Hulk Hogan and his valet Ms. Elizabeth leading to their match at Wrestlemania V which saw the Hulkster walk out the new WWF Champion. But what if the Mega Powers never split? What would the main event of Wrestlemania V if the Mega Powers were still together?
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 16, 2021 19:40:07 GMT -5
WWF The Main Event
February 3, 1989
Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Hosts: Gorilla Monsoon and Jesse Ventura
The Mega Powers (Macho Man Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan) (w/ Miss Elizabeth) vs. The Twin Towers (Akeem and Big Boss Man) (w/ Slick)
Towards the end of the match Akeem sends Savage to the outside where he nearly hits Elizabeth! He makes sure she's okay and slides back in to continue the match, eventually he tags the Hulkster in and Akeem is slammed down onto the mat before his buddy Bossman is too. A big boot and leg drop later, the Mega Powers are your victors.
Winners: The Mega Powers
After the match the powers and Elizabeth celebrate their victory when BAD NEWS BROWN attacks Hogan and Savage!
Brown then slides outside of the ring and grabs the WWF title before holding it up as he yells that'll he be the new WWF champion.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 21, 2021 18:04:34 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling
February 6, 1989
Hosts: Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan
Monsoon: Welcome everyone to another episode of Prime Time Wrestling, I'm Gorilla Monsoon and with me is Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. What a fantastic Main Event we had on NBC, in case you missed it we saw The Mega Powers take on The Twin Towers but what most are talking about is what happened after the match.
Clip of Bad News Brown attacking The Mega Powers is shown
Monsoon: What a cheap shot, Bad News Brown would then steal the Macho Man's WWF title and proclaim he would be the new WWF Champion.
Heenan: He was proving his point! Savage didn't bother to fight back!
Monsoon: He was ambushed! *Sigh* Well here's Bad News Brown to make further comment on Randy Savage and the WWF title.
Bad News Brown promo on Macho Man:
Brown: On The Main Event, I took out those punks "The Mega Powers" Macho Man and Hulk Hogan. That was to tell not only the world, but the Macho Man himself that I want his WWF title. He's never faced me for that title, anytime I wanted to challenge for that belt I'd never get it. I'm tired of being ignored, well Macho "Man" I attacked you and your buddy Hogan so 'whatcha gonna do' Savage?
Later on after some matches, we get the Macho Man's response.
Macho Man on Brown:
Savage: Bad News Brown, you really want to tick off the Macho Man? Well ya did it! You want a shot at my WWF Championship, you got it! I'm gonna finally shut your mouth and beat you in the middle of the ring and walk out the WWF Champion, oooh yeeah!
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 21, 2021 21:34:33 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling
February 13, 1989
Hosts: Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan
Hulk Hogan promo on Bad News Brown and Big Bossman:
Hogan: Bad News Brown, all ya had to do to get a shot at the Macho Man's WWF title was ask. But you had to make a name for yourself and brother, ya sure did. I have no doubt the Macho Man will shut your trap and send you packing Brown. There's one more guy I wanna talk about Hulkamaniacs, you know him very well, the Big Bossman. Bossman, you're a corrupt pig! You're supposed to up hold the law you break! Well brother, now I'm gonna do your job for you when we collide in the steel cage at Saturday Night's Main Event. So Bossman, whatcha gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild on you!
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 27, 2021 16:19:15 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling February 20, 1989
Hosts: Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan
Bad News Brown on Hogan, Savage, and SNME:
A pre-taped promo of Brown on The Mega Powers and SNME during his match against Pete Doherty.
Brown: Those two fools, Hulk Hogan and Macho Man Randy Savage threatening me.. Talking about how I should've asked, Bad News Brown doesn't ask for anything! I learned that if you want something you have to take it! And at Saturday Night's Main Event, I'm taking the WWF title!
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 27, 2021 22:52:15 GMT -5
WWF Saturday Night's Main Event
March 11, 1989 (taped February 16)
Hersheypark Arena, Hershey, Pennsylvania
Hosts: Vince McMahon and Jesse Ventura
Brutus Beefcake def. Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) by DQ
Ted DiBiase (with Virgil) def. The Blue Blazer __________________________________________________________
Macho Man Randy Savage (c) (w/ Miss Elizabeth) vs. Bad News Brown for the WWF Championship
The WWF Championship match begins with the arrival of the two combatants, the bell rings and the two immediately lock up. The champ shoves Brown down onto the mat, the crowd cheers before they lock up again. Brown gets Savage into a headlock and gets some hits in before he is sent to the ropes, Savage ducks but Brown stops himself and hits Macho with his knee. Brown abandons the match style they were having so far and turns it into a fight. Brown gets Macho into the corner and starts strangling him, the ref counts for him to let go and Brown does only to get in the ref's face. He eventually turns his attention back to Savage and irish whips him to the ropes when Savage clotheslines him outside of the ring! The ref starts his count as Savage exits the ring and starts attacking Brown, in the middle of his attacks Savage slides back into the ring and out to break up the count. Brown eventually gets the advantage and knocks Savage down to the floor when he spots Elizabeth and starts stalking her! He gets up to her and slaps her!
Savage sees this and snaps, grabbing a steel chair but Brown grabs Elizabeth and holds her in front of him! The ref is about to count to 10 when Brown throws her into the champ and slides back in to get the countout victory.
Winner via countout: Bad News Brown
Brown lifts his arm up in victory when suddenly the Macho Man enters with the steel chair and whacks Bad News with it! Security has to separate them as we cut to Vince and Ventura reacting before our next match.
The Brain Busters (Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard) (w/ Bobby Heenan) def. The Rockers (Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty)
Hulk Hogan promo:
Mean Gene: Ladies and gentlemen, with me is the Immortal Hulk Hogan! One question that immediately springs to my mind is your reaction to Bad News Brown slapping Miss. Elizabeth!
Hogan: Well you know something Mean Gene, that was the worst things I have ever seen! What did Miss Elizabeth ever do to you Bad News?! After I'm done with Big Bossman I'm gonna come after you and slap you around brother! That is, if the Macho Man doesn't get his hands around you neck!! Whatcha gonna do when the Mega Powers destroy you?!
Hulk Hogan def. Big Bossman (w/ Slick) in a steel cage match
Post by Hulkster2001 on May 4, 2021 20:38:11 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling
March 13, 1989
Hosts: Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan
Monsoon: Hello everyone, I'm Gorilla Monsoon and next to me is Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. A few days ago on NBC, Saturday Night's Main Event took place. We saw the Hulkster defeat The Big Bossman in a steel cage match but what has gotten most WWF fans talking is the WWF title match between the Macho Man and Bad News Brown, more particularly what Brown did. Bad News Brown slapped the lovely Miss Elizabeth.
Heenan: Yeah, that's too far. Even for me!
Monsoon: Here's what the WWF Champion had to say about the matter..
Randy Savage promo on Brown:
Savage: BAD NEWS BROWN, YOU SLAPPED MY ELIZABETH! YOU HIT ELIZABETH, THEN YOU HIDE BEHIND HER LIKE A COWARD AND GOT A COUNT OUT VICTORY AGAINST THE MACHO MAN! You think you're really that bad, huh? WELL LETS SEE HOW BAD YOU ARE THE NEXT TIME I GET MY HANDS ON YOU! I'LL DESTROY YOU, I'LL END YOUR CAREER. I'LL PUT THE TITLE ON THE LINE, I DON'T CARE!! All I care about is avenging Miss Elizabeth, and if I have to wait until Wrestlemania to do it...THEN SO BE IT! BROWN, YOU'LL REGRET THE DAY YOU WERE BORN!!!
Monsoon: Well who would blame the Macho Man for being upset.
Heenan: If I were Bad News Brown I'd be scared for my life!
Post by Hulkster2001 on May 4, 2021 21:13:29 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling March 20, 1989 Hosts: Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan
Jack Tunney statement on Bad News Brown and the events of SNME:
Tunney: Good Evening, on March 11th at Saturday Night's Main Event we saw the WWF Champion Macho Man Randy Savage take on Bad News Brown. During the match Brown slapped Savage's manager Miss Elizabeth, this is a incomprehensible action and I have suspended Mr. Brown for his actions. However, Mr. Brown's suspension will end shortly before Wrestlemania V and with many requests on behalf of the WWF Champion the main event of Wrestlemania V will see the Macho Man take on Bad News Brown in a "Street Fight". No disqualifications or countouts, the only way to win is to either pin your opponent or make them submit. Thank you.
Post by Hulkster2001 on May 5, 2021 13:19:03 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling March 27, 1989 Hosts: Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan
WWF Event Center with Sean Mooney:
Mooney: Hello everyone and welcome to the event center! I'm Sean Mooney and we are 6 days away from Wrestlemania V, and it looks to be one of the best Wrestlemanias the WWF has ever had!
Match card for
Street Fight for the WWF title!
"Macho Man" Randy Savage (c) vs. Bad News Brown
Bobby "The Brain" Heenan (w/ The Brooklyn Brawler) vs. The Red Rooster
Hulk Hogan (w/ Miss Elizabeth) vs. Ted DiBiase (w/ Virgil)
The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) vs. Greg Valentine and The Honky Tonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart)
WWF Intercontinental title
The Ultimate Warrior (c) vs. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Booby Heenan)
Ronnie Garvin vs. Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin)
Special Referee match
Jake "The Snake" Roberts vs. Andre The Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) with Big John Studd as special referee
Handicap match for the WWF Tag Titles
Demoltion (Ax and Smash) (c) vs. The Powers of Pain (The Barbarian and The Warlord) and Mr. Fuji
Mr. Perfect vs. The Blue Blazer
Strike Force (Rick Martel and Tito Santana) vs. The Brain Busters (Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard) (w/ Bobby Heenan)
The Fabulous Rougeaus (Jacques Rougeau and Raymond Rougeau) (w/ Jimmy Hart) vs. The Bushwhackers (Bushwhacker Butch and Bushwhacker Luke)
The Twin Towers (Akeem and Big Boss Man) (w/ Slick) vs. The Rockers (Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty)
King Haku (w/ Bobby Heenan) vs. Hercules
Hulk Hogan (w/ Miss Elizabeth) promo on Ted DiBiase:
Hogan: Ted DiBiase, I've been waiting for this moment.. Ever since you payed that referee to get surgery to look like WWF referee Dave Hebener and payed off Andre The Giant to give you the WWF title! Now at Wrestlemania V I'm finally going to get my revenge brother!
Bad News Brown on Macho Man:
Brown: Macho Man Randy Savage, you bet I slapped Elizabeth and I'd do it again! You want a street fight? Son, you ain't gonna walk out the WWF champion after I'm done with you in the street fight at Wrestlemania V!
Macho Man (w/ Elizabeth) on Bad News:
Savage: Oooh yeeah, Bad News Brown.. We're just a couple of days away from Wrestlemania V, and I'll yet again walk out WWF Champion! I'll brutalize you, I'll destroy you in Trump Plaza and avenge this lovely woman (points to Elizabeth) for you laying your hands on her! And Elizabeth, normally I'd like you to accompany me to my matches but for this I think it's best for you to stay in our locker room. Because what I'm going to do to Bad News is something you shouldn't see!!
Hulk Hogan (w/ Miss Elizabeth) vs. Ted DiBiase (w/ Virgil)
The Million Dollar Man makes his way to the ring first before the crowd pops for the Hulkster making his way down, DiBiase gets a cheap shot against Hogan before the ref rings the bell. Ted locks in a head lock on a prone Hogan but Hulk gets out of the hold and gets some room to breathe. Hogan eventually takes control of the match, sending DiBiase to the outside after a huge irish whip. Virgil uses this to DiBiase's advantage and attacks Hogan! The ref is too busy counting and by the time DiBiase gets back in, Virgil's already out. Ted hits a couple of fists drops and goes for the cover but Hogan manages to kick out, DiBiase is obviously frustrated and starts kicking the Hulkster. DiBiase eventually gets him up and sends him to the ropes before he puts the Hulkster in the Million Dollar Dream and the match seems to be over but as the ref lifts Hogan's arm for the third time, it doesn't drop and he starts to Hulk up. Hogan breaks out of the Million Dollar Dream and hits the punches, then the big boot! Virgil gets on the apron but is sent flying into a barricade by Hogan before he drops the leg and pins DiBiase.
Winner: Hulk Hogan
Hogan poses as Virgil helps DiBiase out of the ring and arena.
The Red Rooster def. Bobby Heenan (w/ The Brooklyn Brawler)
Macho Man Randy Savage (c) vs. Bad News Brown in a Street Fight for the WWF Championship
The crowd boos as the challenger Bad News Brown makes his way out, Brown doesn't care and is dead set on the match tonight. Pomp and Circumstance blares through out the arena and the WWF Champion makes his way out. Finally the match begins and at first, resembles a regular wrestling match. Some rest holds, submissions, and pinfall attempts but eventually it goes to the outside. Brown rams Macho Man's head straight into the steel steps before using said steps and throwing them down onto the WWF Champion's leg. Brown picks up the WWF champ and holds him against the ring post and is about to throw a punch when Savage ducks and Brown hits the post instead!
Brown screams out in pain and holds his knuckle while the champ gets some room to breathe before slamming Brown head first into the ring post. Savage then grabs a steel chair and whacks Brown right in the head! Savage starts whacking Brown again and again, until Brown hits a low blow and the champ goes down. Brown picks up the fallen champ and throws him back into the ring and grabs the chair before re-entering the ring. He picks up Savage and whacks him in the head with the chair, he hits Savage's back with the chair too. He puts the chair on Savage's leg and starts climbing the turnbuckle, he jumps and misses! Savage moves out of the way, and pulls himself back up via the ropes. He grabs the steel chair and yet again whacks Brown with it and busts him open! He continues to whack Brown with the chair before finally dropping the chair. Savage starts climbing the turnbuckle, he points up to the sky and hits the elbow! He covers Brown for the victory and retains his WWF Championship.
Winner and STILL WWF Champion: Randy Savage
Savage is given his WWF title and celebrates before Miss Elizabeth runs down the aisle and hugs the Macho Man. The show ends with her on his shoulder holding the WWF Championship.