WWF / WWE Houseshows [Meadowlands (New Jersey)]

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – October 4, 1981
Debut at the venue
Curt Hennig vs. Baron Mikel Scicluna
Women’s Champion Fabulous Moolah & Donna Christianello vs. Kandi Maloy & Judi Martin
Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito vs. S.D. Jones & Dominic DeNucci
WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea & Rick Martel vs. Larry Sharpe & Bulldog Brower
Tony Atlas vs. the Executioner
Andre the Giant vs. Angelo Mosca
Mil Mascaras vs. Don Muraco
Bruno Sammartino vs. George Steele; this was deemed the final match of Sammartino’s career as a full-time wrestler

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – December 13, 1981
WWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito vs. Tony Atlas & S. D. Jones
Rick Martel vs. Masked Executioner
Johnny Rodz vs. Curt Hennig
Greg Valentine vs. Tony Garea
Ivan Putski vs. King Kong Mosca
Andre the Giant vs. Killer Khan
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales vs. Don Muraco
Jesse Ventura vs. WWF World Champion Bob Backlund after Backlund shoved the referee

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – April 4, 1982
Lourent Soucie vs. Charlie Fulton
Pete Sanchez vs. Jose Estrada
Mr. Saito & Mr. Fuji vs. Rick McGraw & Steve Travis
Bob Orton Jr. vs. Tony Garea
Blackjack Mulligan vs. WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via count-out
SD Jones vs. Johnny Rodz
WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales vs. Greg Valentine
Tony Atlas & Andre the Giant vs. Jesse Ventura & Adrian Adonis

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – November 5, 1982
Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow vs. the White Angel & the Black Demon
Tony Garea vs. Baron Mikel Scicluna
Curt Hennig vs. Johnny Rodz
Ivan Putski vs. Mr. Fuji
Salvatore Bellomo vs. Mr. Saito
Rocky Johnson vs. Buddy Rose
Superstar Billy Graham vs. WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales
Ray Stevens vs. WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via disqualifcation

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 11, 1983 (21,400)
Swede Hanson vs. Pete Doherty
Tito Santana vs. Don Kernodle
Tony Garea fought Mr. Fuji to a time-limit .
Salvatore Bellomo vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
Ivan Putski vs. Samula
WWF Tag Team Champions the Wild Samoans vs. the Invaders
Rocky Johnson vs. Ivan Koloff
Andre the Giant vs. Big John Studd in a steel cage match
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund vs. Sgt. Slaughter in a Texas Death Match

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – March 11, 1984 (21,777)
Invader #2 vs. Israel Matia
Rocky Johnson vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
SD Jones vs. Rene Goulet
The Masked Superstar vs. Salvatore Bellomo
Tiger Chung Lee vs. Jose Luis Rivera
Ivan Putski vs. Afa
Mr. Fuji fought Tony Garea to a .
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. David Schultz
Andre the Giant in a battle royal

WWF @ East Rutherford, New Jersey – Meadowlands – July 15, 1984 (18,977)
Televised on the MSG Network – featured Gorilla Monsoon & Red Bastien on commentary:
The Moondogs vs. SD Jones & Jose Luis Rivera at 12:13 when Spot vs. Rivera with a legdrop from the middle turnbuckle as Rivera was laid across Rex’ knee
Salvatore Bellomo vs. Tony Colon at 5:20 with a splash after a mule kick
TNT – 7/24/84: Paul Orndorff vs. B. Brian Blair at 17:08 with a small package
The Wild Samoans vs. Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee at 6:34 when Sika vs. Lee with a diving headbutt after Lee accidentally knocked Fuji off the ring apron; during the match, Capt. Lou Albano briefly appeared at ringside; after the bout, Fuji attacked Lee with his own kendo stick
Ivan Putski vs. Rene Goulet at 5:34 with a sit-down splash; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Goulet to ringside
Roddy Piper vs. Jimmy Snuka via count-out at 8:33 when Snuka threw Piper back into the ring while both men were brawling on the floor; after the bout, Snuka hit a headbutt on referee Dick Whorley and continued to attack Piper until Tony Colon, Jose Luis Rivera, SD Jones, and Salvatore Bellomo came out and restrained him
The Haiti Kid vs. Dana Carpenter at 8:12 with a sunset flip; after the bout, Gorilla Monsoon interviewed Haiti at ringside
Mil Mascaras vs. Pete Doherty at 10:18 with a reverse full nelson
Georgia Championship Wrestling – 7/21/84: WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant vs. Big John Studd, WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch in a handicap match at 22:21 when Andre vs. Murdoch with a boot to the face and a sit-down splash after Studd walked out on his team (Best of the WWF Vol. 1)

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – September 15, 1984
Moondog Rex vs. Steve Lombardi
Nikolai Volkoff vs. Jose Luis Rivera
WWF IC Champion Tito Santana fought Ken Patera to a .
The Wild Samoands vs. WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch
Sgt. Slaughter vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
The Junkyard Dog vs. Bob Orton Jr.
Andre the Giant vs. Roddy Piper

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – October 14, 1984
Televised on the MSG Network – featured Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Rene Goulet vs. Salvatore Bellomo at around the 15-minute mark
Brutus Beefcake vs. Rick McGraw at 15:29 with an elbow to the head following a shoulderbreaker
David Sammartino vs. Mr. Fuji with a small package at 12:11
Jack & Jerry Brisco vs. Rene Goulet & Steve Lombardi at 6:31 when Lombardi submitted to Jerry’s figure-4
Rocky Johnson vs. Moondog Spot at 11:38 with a sunset flip; after the bout, Spot attacked Johnson and attempted to hit him with his bone but Rocky stole the bone away and chased Spot out of the ring with it
WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch fought the Wild Samoans to a double disqualification at 12:09 when guest referees Capt. Lou Albano and Arnold Skaaland became involved in the match after Adonis kicked Skaaland while Skaaland went down for a count on the Samoans; moments later, Skaaland returned to the ring and helped the Samoans in clearing the ring of Adonis, Murdoch, and Albano; prior to the bout, a coin toss was made to determine who was the inside and outside referee; Albano was named inside referee while Skaaland was outside referee; during the bout, Skaaland took over as inside referee after pulling Albano out of the ring after he continuously made slow counts for the challengers
Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) vs. SD Jones with an elbow drop at 11:02; during the bout, Heenan briefly joined Monsoon & Hayes for an interview
Andre the Giant & Sgt. Slaughter vs. the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff at 14:39 when Slaughter vs. Sheik with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, all four men continued to brawl until Andre & Slaughter cleared the ring; after the match, Slaughter brought into the ring three young members of the Cobra Core to give the Pledge of Allegiance

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – December 10, 1984 (7,000)
Televised on the MSG Network – featured Gorilla Monsoon & Howard Finkel on commentary; 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 (Prime Time Wrestling – 1/22/85):
Buddy Rose vs. Jose Luis Rivera at 11:45 with the DDT
Johnny V vs. Steve Lombardi at the 7-minute mark with a powerslam and elbow drop
George Wells vs. Charlie Fulton at 13:07 with a running shoulderblock
Ken Patera vs. Jim Powers via submission with the swinging full nelson at 8:08
Bobby Heenan vs. SD Jones at 11:27 when the momentum of a crossbody by Jones put Heenan on top
Prime Time Wrestling – 1/22/85: WWF Women’s Tag Team Champions Velvet McIntyre & Desiree Peterson vs. Penny Mitchell & Peggy Peterson at 17:17 when McIntyre vs. Patterson with a sunset flip
Prime Time Wrestling – 1/22/85: The Junkyard Dog vs. 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
Prime Time Wrestling – 1/22/85: 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
Prime Time Wrestling – 8/18/86: Brutus Beefcake (w/ Johnny V) vs. Salvatore Bellomo with a running kneelift at 7:32
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. Big John Studd in a $15,000 bodyslam match via count-out at 10:01 after slamming Studd on the floor; due to pre-match stipulations which stated that the slam had to occur inside the ring, Hogan did not win the $15,000 (Hulkamania)

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – January 6, 1985 (10,600)
Jimmy Snuka & Jose Luis Rivera (sub. for the Tonga Kid) vs. Don Muraco & Johnny Rodz
Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik vs. Salvatore Bellomo & SD Jones
Jack & Jerry Brisco vs. WWF Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch
Tony Atlas & George Wells vs. the Moondogs
Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo vs. ? & ?
Paul Orndorff vs. the Junkyard Dog
10-team battle royal

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – May 3, 1985
Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid fought Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart to a .
Tony Atlas vs. Rene Goulet
King Kong Bundy vs. Tony Garea
The Junkyard Dog vs. Brutus Beefcake
Ricky Steamboat & Jimmy Snuka vs. Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr.
Don Muraco vs. Bob Bradley
WWF Women’s Champion Wendi Richter vs. Lelani Kai
Tito Santana vs. WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine in a taped fist non-title match

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – June 7, 1985
Tony Garea vs. Mr. X
Rene Goulet vs. Gama Singh
Salvatore Bellomo vs. Steve Lombardi
Don Muraco vs. Ivan Putski
The Junkyard Dog vs. Jesse Ventura
The Spoiler vs. Rick McGraw
The Missing Link vs. George Wells
Paul Orndorff, Ricky Steamboat, & Jimmy Snuka vs. WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine, Bob Orton Jr., & Bobby Heenan

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 5, 1985
Randy Savage vs. Mr. Wrestling II with the flying elbowsmash at 10:51
The Missing Link vs. Tony Garea at 4:31 with a diving headbutt from the middle turnbuckle
Pedro Morales vs. Mr. X via submission with the Boston Crab at 5:33
Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) vs. Tito Santana at 3:42 with a roll up as Santana was distracted by Fuji on the floor
Terry Funk vs. Rick McGraw via submission with the spinning toe hold at 11:53
Ricky Steamboat vs. Mr. Fuji at 7:48 when Don Muraco interfered; after the bout, Steamboat was double teamed by Muraco & Fuji until Tito Santana made the save
Lanny Poffo vs. Jose Luis Rivera with the moonsault at 5:16
Bob Orton Jr. vs. SD Jones at 3:22 with a clothesline
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell vs. Moondog Spot & Barry O at 15:48 when Blair vs. Barry with an elbow drop following a sit-down splash off the top
Paul Orndorff vs. Bobby Heenan via count-out

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – August 2, 1985
Johnny V vs. Jose Luis Rivera
Randy Savage vs. Rick McGraw
Spider Lady vs. Susan Starr
Adrian Adonis vs. Salvatore Bellomo
Terry Funk vs. George Wells
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. Brutus Beefcake
Ricky Steamboat & the Junkyard Dog vs. Mr. Fuji & Don Muraco
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell fought Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart to a .
Pedro Morales vs. Steve Lombardi

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – September 12, 1985
Big John Studd vs. Steve Gatorwolf
King Kong Bundy vs. Jose Luis Rivera
King Tonga vs. Moondog Spot
The Iron Sheik vs. Cousin Junior
Pedro Morales vs. Don Muraco
Nikolai Volkoff vs. Ivan Putski
Tony Atlas vs. the Missing Link
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell vs. Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart
King Kong Bundy in a $50,000 battle royal; other participants included Jimmy Hart, Bobby Heenan, Roddy Piper, Hillbilly Jim, Blackjack Mulligan, Uncle Elmer, Cousin Junior, and Cpl. Kirchner

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – October 3, 1985 (8,000)
Rick McGraw vs. the Iron Sheik
Saturday Night’s Main Event #2 – 10/5/85 on NBC (8.3) – included Gene Okerlund conducting an opening interview behind the curtain with Nikolai Volkoff & Freddie Blassie regarding Volkoff’s upcoming title flag match against WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, followed by a promo by Hogan; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Uncle Elmer and Hillbilly Jim regarding their upcoming match and Elmer’s wedding, during which Roddy Piper interrupted; featured Animotion’s “Obsession” as the opening theme song; featured Vince McMahon & Jesse Ventura on commentary, with Ventura protesting the upcoming wedding, citing it should have nothing to do with wrestling; included backstage footage of Elmer’s soon-to-be wife getting ready for her wedding; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Jim, Elmer, & Cousin Luke regarding Elmer’s upcoming match and wedding; Arnold Schwarzenegger and NBC executive Brandon Tartikoff were shown in attendance; included Bobby Heenan as a guest of an in-ring segment of the Body Shop in which Heenan and Ventura discussed Heenan’s bounty put on Paul Orndorff’s head; during the segment, Heenan showed the $50,000 he was offering and said he would be glad to give it to Piper if Piper could get the job done; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Orndorff regarding the Body Shop segment and his upcoming match with Piper; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Piper regarding his upcoming match with Orndorff and Heenan’s bounty, with Piper claiming he would rip Heenan’s throat out if he didn’t pay up; featured the in-ring wedding of Uncle Elmer and Joyce; among those in the ring during the segment were Hogan, Jim, Luke, Capt. Lou Albano, and Andre the Giant; Ventura repeatedly made fun of Elmer’s accent during the segment and having to ask the preacher to repeat himself; when the preacher asked if anyone objected, Piper appeared, said there was no room for romance in wrestling, and eventually left, with the ceremony then continuing; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Heenan, Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy regarding their upcoming tag team match; featured a video package in which Okerlund went looking for George Steele at the Detroit zoo, with Steele and Okerlund visiting the elephants, tigers, lemurs, and hippos; after visiting the animals, Steele ran off and hit in the bushes; included Okerlund backstage at Elmer’s wedding reception, with Hogan, Orndorff, McMahon, and Ventura sitting together at a table; moments later, Lanny Poffo recited a poem to the couple and Jim proposed a toast; Okerlund then introduced Tiny Tim, who wished the couple best of luck and gave Elmer a ukulele as a wedding present; Elmer then sang Joyce George Jones’ “Walk Through this World With Me;” after the performance, Ventura read his own poem which protested the wedding, with Jim then pushing Ventura into the cake when Ventura tried to get away from Hogan and Orndorff; after the commercial break, McMahon announced Hogan & Andre would face Bundy & Studd at the following month’s Saturday Night’s Main Event; the show closed with Elmer and Joyce dancing:
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) with the legdrop in a flag match at 5:17 after the challenger hit the turnbuckle; after Volkoff’s entrance, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview behind the curtain with Hogan; Hogan used “The Star Spangled Banner” as his entrance music for the bout; after the contest, Hogan ripped Volkoff’s Soviet Union flag and waved the American flag; following the commercial break, Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Hogan regarding his win and the upcoming wedding (Hulk Hogan: Real American, Saturday Night’s Main Event: The Greatest Hits, Hulk Still Rules)
Uncle Elmer (w/ Hillbilly Jim & Cousin Junior) vs. Jerry Valiant at the 12-second mark with a bodyslam after Valiant charged Elmer; the announced time was a record-breaking 6 seconds; after the match, footage was shown of King Kong Bundy’s win over SD Jones at WrestleMania, which had an announced time of a record-breaking 9 seconds; moments later, Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Jim, Elmer, & Luke about the history-making win and the upcoming wedding
Paul Orndorff fought Roddy Piper to a double count-out at 4:01 when – after a crossbody by Orndorff sent both men over the top to the floor – they brawled all the way backstage and into the hallway until Piper escaped into his dressing room and locked the door; prior to the bout, Piper was escorted to the ring by a bagpipe band; Bobby Heenan briefly appeared ringside with a briefcase of money before the bout (Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story, Best of Saturday Night’s Main Event)
Andre the Giant (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) & Tony Atlas vs. King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 4:26 when Andre was illegally double teamed after Studd rammed Atlas into the ringpost on the floor; prior to the match, footage was shown of Bundy & Studd attacking Andre at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto; after the bout, WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan made the save for Andre and helped clear the ring; following the commercial break, Gene Okerlund interviewed Hogan, Andre, & Atlas in the ring about the match
WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) vs. Lanny Poffo & Tony Garea (sub. for George Wells) when Garea submitted to Valentine’s figure-4 at around the 3:30 mark; after the challengers’ entrance, Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with the champions & Johnny V, in which Okerlund mentioned Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo as their top challengers before introducing footage of Beefcake & Valentine’s controversial title win; Windham & Rotundo were shown in attendance during the contest; after the match, Beefcake knocked Poffo to the floor and stomped on Garea

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – November 3, 1985
Steve Lombardi fought Jose Luis Rivera to a .
Pedro Morales vs. Tiger Chung Lee
Lanny Poffo vs. Terry Gibbs
King Tonga vs. Rene Goulet
Adrian Adonis vs. WWF IC Champion Tito Santana by a count-out
WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine vs. Mike Rotondo & Dan Spivey
Jesse Ventura fought Uncle Elmer to a double disqualification

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – December 9, 1985 (7,000)
Dan Spivey vs. Moondog Spot
Hercules vs. SD Jones
The Junkyard Dog vs. Bob Orton Jr.
Tony Atlas vs. Barry O
Andre the Giant vs. King Kong Bundy & Bobby Heenan
Adrian Adonis vs. Lanny Poffo
WWF IC Champion Tito Santana vs. Randy Savage
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart vs. B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell
Bruno Sammartino vs. Roddy Piper

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – January 12, 1986
Lanny Poffo vs. Terry Gibbs
Cpl. Kirschner vs. Nikolai Volkoff
Adrian Adonis vs. the Junkyard Dog
WWF IC Champion Tito Santana vs. Terry Funk
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell vs. Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart
Roddy Piper & Bob Orton vs. Bruno Sammartino & Paul Orndorff
Big John Studd vs. Hillbilly Jim
Barry O vs. Jose Louis Rivera

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – February 3, 1986
Sivi Afi vs. Terry Gibbs
Hercules vs. Scott McGhee
Ricky Steamboat vs. Don Muraco
Jose Luis Rivera fought Tiger Chung Lee to a .
Hillbilly Jim, Uncle Elmer, & Cousin Luke vs. Jesse Ventura, WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake
The Junkyard Dog vs. Terry Funk
Bruno Sammartino & Paul Orndorff vs. Roddy Piper & Bob Orton Jr. in a steel cage match

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – March 10, 1986 (17,700)
Lanny Poffo vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
SD Jones vs. Les Thornton
Jake Roberts vs. Scott McGhee
The Iron Sheik vs. George Wells
Hercules vs. Tony Atlas
Ricky Steamboat & the Junkyard Dog vs. Jimmy Hart, Terry, & Dory Funk Jr. in a handicap match
Nikolai Volkoff vs. Cpl. Kirchner
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. Big John Studd

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – May 8, 1986
Jose Luis Rivera vs. Mr. X
? (sub. for King Tonga) vs. Moondog Spot
Danny Spivey vs. Tiger Chung Lee
SD Jones vs. Jake Roberts
Velvet McIntytre vs. WWF Women’s Champion the Fabulous Moolah
Tito Santana & King Tonga (sub for Hillbilly Jim) vs. WWF IC Champion Randy Savage & Bob Orton Jr. (sub. for Adrian Adonis) when Santana vs. Savage
Dory Funk Jr. vs. the Junkyard Dog
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. Don Muraco

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – June 22, 1986
Jim Neidhart vs. Jose Luis Rivera
Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake vs. Tony Atlas & Siva Afi
Harley Race fought King Tonga to a double disqualification
King Kong Bundy vs. Cpl. Kirschner
Adrian Adonis vs. WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan when, after Hogan was bloodied by Jimmy Hart’s megaphone, Hogan hit referee Dick Woherle; after the decision was announced, Hogan kicked ring announcer Mel Phillips
The Junkyard Dog vs. Dory Funk Jr. in a Dog Collar match
WWF Tag Team Champions Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid vs. the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 17, 1986
Iron Mike Sharpe vs. Scott McGhee
The Iron Sheik vs. Cousin Luke
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart vs. Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey
Billy Jack Haynes vs. Tiger Chung Lee
Harley Race vs. Tito Santana
Cpl. Kirchner vs. Nikolai Volkoff in a Bootcamp Match
The Junkyard Dog vs. WWF IC Champion Randy Savage via count-out
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. Adrian Adonis via count-out

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – August 4, 1986 (11,000)
Jose Luis Rivera vs. Steve Lombardi
Hercules vs. Brickhouse Brown
Tito Santana vs. Bob Orton Jr.
Cousin Luke vs. Tiger Chung Lee
King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd vs. Sivi Afi & King Tonga
Harley Race vs. Cpl. Kirchner
Jake Roberts vs. Jose Luis Rivera
Jacques & Raymond Rougeau vs. the Moondogs
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. Adrian Adonis in a lumberjack match

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – September 15, 1986 (10,901)
Billy Jack Haynes vs. Terry Gibbs
Koko B. Ware vs. Steve Lombardi
Kamala vs. Cousin Luke
Jake Roberts vs. Dick Slater
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell vs. Iron Mike Sharpe & Jimmy Jack Funk
The Junkyard Dog vs. Nikolai Volkoff
Roddy Piper vs. the Iron Sheik
Paul Orndorff vs. Ricky Steamboat after using a foreign object

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – October 13, 1986 (8,000)
Kamala vs. Lanny Poffo
Cousin Luke vs. the Blue Demon
Steve Lombardi vs. Jim Powers
Billy Jack Haynes vs. Tiger Chung Lee
WWF IC Champion Randy Savage vs. the Honkytonk Man via count-out
George Steele vs. Mr. Fuji in a tuxedo match
Koko B. Ware vs. King Harley Race
Jake Roberts vs. Cpl. Kirchner
Hercules vs. Pedro Morales
Bob Orton Jr. vs. Roddy Piper

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – November 9, 1986
Dick Slater vs. Jimmy Jack Funk
Mike Rotundo & SD Jones vs. the Moondogs
King Kong Bundy vs. Lanny Poffo
Koko B. Ware vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
Pedro Morales vs. Don Muraco
Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine vs. the Islanders via count-out
Hillbilly Jim vs. Sika
WWF IC Champion Randy Savage vs. Ricky Steamboat
Roddy Piper vs. Bob Orton Jr.

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – December 8, 1986 (9,000)
Dick Slater vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey fought Jacques & Raymond Rougeau to a double disqualification
Kamala vs. King Kong Bundy with a splash at around the 5-minute mark
Pedro Morales vs. Nikolai Volkoff
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. WWF IC Champion Randy Savage in a non-title match when the Honkytonk Man interfered
Sika vs. Cpl. Kirschner
Blackjack Mulligan vs. Steve Lombardi
SD Jones vs. Jose Luis Rivera
Hillbilly Jim vs. Jimmy Jack Funk
The Junkyard Dog & George Steele vs. Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake after JYD hit Valentine with a chair

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – January 5, 1987 (15,826; announced at 17,980)
WWF Superstars taping:
Prime Time Wrestling – 1/14/87: Billy Jack Haynes vs. King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) 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
Prime Time Wrestling – 1/14/87: Sivi Afi vs. Frenchy Martin at 6:50 with a sunset flip over the top rope
International Wrestling Challenge: WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Ricky Steamboat vs. WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) & the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at around the 11-minute mark after Savage threw the referee out of the ring after bringing the timekeeper’s bell into the ring; Steamboat then grabbed the bell away, forcing Savage & Elizabeth backstage; moments later, Hogan brought Hart into the ring, with Hogan & Steamboat then sending Honky & Hart to the floor
1/17/87 – featured a Piper’s Pit with WWF President Jack Tunney, WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, and Andre the Giant in which Hogan was presented with a trophy for being world champion for 3 years:
Ricky Steamboat vs. Barry O with the flying bodypress at 2:37 (Steamboat’s return bout)
Kamala (w/ Kimchee) vs. Don Driggers with a splash off the top at the 33-second mark; Driggers was taken out on a stretcher after the match
Demolition (w/ Johnny V) vs. Salvatore Bellomo & Mario Mancini when Ax vs. Mancini after the Decapitation at 2:22 (Demolition’s debut; Randy Culley aka Moondog Rex played the role of Smash until being replaced by Barry Darsow)
Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) vs. 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
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell vs. Terry Gibbs & Iron Mike Sharpe when Blair vs. Gibbs after the dropkick from Brunzell at 5:32; referee Danny Davis showed favoritism to Sharpe & Gibbs and refused to count at one point when he thought the Bees illegally switched with their masks on, when they didn’t
1/24/87 – included a Piper’s Pit with WWF President Jack Tunney, WWF World Champion Hogan and Andre in which Andre was presented with a trophy for being the only unvs. man in WWF history; after Hogan came to the set during the segment, Andre walked off:
Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) vs. Paul Roma with the piledriver at 2:29
Koko B. Ware vs. Steve Lombardi with a missle dropkick at 3:32; prior to the bout, Lombardi threw an injured Roma out of the ring after his bout with Orndorff
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk fought Don Muraco & Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Mr. Fuji) to a double disqualification at 3:57 when all four men began brawling in the ring
WWF IC Champion Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) vs. Randy Sharpe with the flying elbowsmash at the 45-second mark; Savage wrestled the bout with his sunglasses on while Sharpe was not able to remove his shirt before the match began
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart) vs. Scott McGhee & Tony Garea when Bret vs. McGhee after the Hart Attack at 2:43
Danny Spivey, Mike Rotundo, & Blackjack Mulligan vs. Ron Bass, Jimmy Jack Funk, & the Gladiator when Mulligan vs. the Gladiator with a flying back elbow at 3:33
1/31/87 – included a Piper’s Pit segment in which Jesse Ventura said he would have Andre the Giant on the set the following week if Roddy Piper could produce Hulk Hogan:
Tito Santana & Pedro Morales vs. the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) when Slick interfered and hit Santana with his cane at 3:12; after the match, Santana chased Slick into the ring and bodyslammed him; Butch Reed then came to ringside and carried Slick backstage
King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) vs. Greg Vance with the cradle suplex at 1:23
Jacques & Raymond Rougeau vs. Al Navarro & Tiger Chung Lee when Raymond vs. Navarro after a double team move from the top at 3:01; during the bout, Dino Bravo came to ringside and walked around the ring before leaving to join the French commentary team
Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) vs. Jack Kruger via submission with the sleeper at 1:17
Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) vs. Haku at 3:03 when Tama tripped up Valentine from the outside, even though Brutus Beefcake had done the same thing earlier to Haku which went unnoticed by referee Danny Davis; Beefcake & Tama joined their partners at ringside midway through the bout
Jake Roberts vs. Jerry Allen with the DDT; the bout began during the commercial break

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – February 9, 1987 (6,000)
Pedro Morales vs. Frenchy Martin
Paul Roma vs. Steve Lombardi
Sika vs. SD Jones
Dino Bravo vs. Brad Rheingans
Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey vs. the Islanders
The Honkytonk Man vs. Koko B. Ware
Kamala fought Jake Roberts to a double count-out
WWF IC Champion Randy Savage vs. Ricky Steamboat with a roll over

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – March 8, 1987 (5,000)
Tag Team Tournament Quarter Finals:
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell vs. Jacques & Raymond Rougeau
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk vs. King Kong Bundy & Paul Orndorff via count-out
Don Muraco & Bob Orton Jr. vs. Demolition after Demolition used Mr. Fuji’s cane as a weapon
Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake vs. Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid at around the 30-second mark after Smith hit Valentine with a chair
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk (sub. for the Islanders) vs. Dan Spivey & Pedro Morales
Semi-Finals:
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk vs. B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell
Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake vs. Don Muraco & Bob Orton Jr. when Muraco accidentally hit Orton with Mr. Fuji’s cane after Valentine moved out of the way
Finals: Rick Martel & Tom Zenk vs. Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake; due to pre-match stipulations, Martel & Zenk earned a tag team title shot
WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart vs. Rick Martel & Tom Zenk after Danny Davis interfered and reversed a small package attempt behind the referee’s back

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – June 8, 1987 (4,000)
Koko B. Ware in a 20-man bunkhouse battle royal
Danny Davis vs. George Steele via count-out
Butch Reed vs. Outback Jack
Killer Khan vs. Cpl. Kirschner
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk vs. Bob Orton Jr. & Don Muraco
Koko B. Ware vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
One Man Gang vs. SD Jones
The Islanders vs. Pedro Morales & Tito Santana
Ron Bass vs. Lanny Poffo

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 9, 1987 (5,469)
SD Jones vs. Steve Lombardi
Jerry Allen vs. Rick Rude with a sunset flip
Scott Casey vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
Killer Kahn vs. Brady Boone
Koko B. Ware vs. Nikolai Volkoff
Don Muraco vs. Bob Orton
Jim Brunzell & the Junkyard Dog vs. Kamala & Sika
George Steele vs. Danny Davis in a steel cage match by escaping through the door

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – August 1, 1987 (15,000)
Jerry Allen vs. Tiger Chung Lee
Sika vs. Outback Jack
Ron Bass vs. Lanny Poffo
WWF Women’s Tag Team Champions Judy Martin & Leilani Kai vs. the Jumping Bomb Angels
Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo vs. Jacques & Raymond Rougeau at 12:10; stipulations stated the .s would receive a WWF Tag Team Title shot on the Sept. 11 return date
Don Muraco vs. King Harley Race
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. Killer Khan at 14:29

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – September 11, 1987 (7,000)
SD Jones vs. Frenchy Martin
Paul Roma & Jim Powers vs. the Shadows (Randy Culley & Jose Luis Rivera)
Ron Bass vs. Sivi Afi
Hercules vs. Scott Casey via submission with the backbreaker
Rick Rude vs. Davey Boy Smith
Ted Dibiase vs. Brutus Beefcake
Paul Orndorff (sub. for Ken Patera) vs. King Kong Bundy
WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart fought Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo to a double count-out

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – October 26, 1987
Boris Zhukov vs. Sivi Afi
Sika vs. Brady Boone
The One Man Gang vs. Outback Jack
Koko B. Ware vs. Danny Davis
Jim Duggan vs. Nikolai Volkoff
The Junkyard Dog vs. Bob Orton Jr.
Billy Jack Haynes & Ken Patera fought WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart to a .
Paul Orndorff & Bam Bam Bigelow vs. King Kong Bundy & Hercules

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – November 16, 1987 (under 5,000)
Ron Bass vs. Jerry Allen
Danny Spivey vs. Ivan Putski
Don Muraco vs. Hercules
Dino Bravo & Greg Valentine vs. the Junkyard Dog & Brutus Beefcake when Bravo vs. JYD
Billy Jack Haynes vs. Demolition Smash
Demolition Ax vs. Ken Patera after Mr. Fuji interfered with his cane
Jake Roberts vs. Killer Khan when Mr. Fuji interfered with his cane
Ted Dibiase vs. Ricky Steamboat when Virgil held Steamboat’s legs down from the outside
Randy Savage (sub. for Jim Duggan) vs. King Harley Race
Lou Thesz in a battle royal by last eliminating Pat O’Connor at 11:11; other participants included: Nick Bockwinkel, Bobo Brazil, Gino Brito, Edouard Carpentier, Al Costello, the Crusher, Dominic DeNucci, Tony Garea, Rene Goulet, Gene Kiniski, Killer Kowalski, Pedro Morales, Baron Mikel Scicluna, Arnold Skaaland, Ray Stevens, Chief Jay Strongbow, & Art Thomas; order of elimination: Strongbow eliminated by ?; ? by Thesz at 2:35; ? by Costello at 4:44; Garea by Costello via a catapult at 4:46; Costello by DeNucci at 6:13; Goulet by Carpentier via a headscissors over the top at 6:23; DeNucci by Bockwinkel at 6:55; Brazil by Stevens via a punch at 7:15; the Crusher by Stevens via a backdrop at 8:20; Kiniski eliminated; Kowalski by Thesz via a punch as Kowalski sat on the top rope at 8:38; Stevens by O’Connor via a throw at 9:14; Bockwinkel by O’Connor & Thesz at 9:27; O’Connor by Thesz via a backdrop; after the contest, Thesz and O’Connor embraced out of respect
Jake Roberts in a battle royal by last eliminating Ted Dibiase when Virgil accidentally pulled the top rope down; moments earlier, Dibiase paid Hercules and Dino Bravo $10,000 each to eliminate themselves; other participants included: Ron Bass, Jerry Allen, Danny Spivey, Ivan Putski, Don Muraco, Hercules, Dino Bravo, Greg Valentine, the Junkyard Dog, Brutus Beefcake, Billy Jack Haynes, Ken Patera, Demolition, Killer Khan, Randy Savage, Harley Race, Ted Dibiase, and Ricky Steamboat

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – December 13, 1987 (15,000)
Lanny Poffo vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
Jake Roberts vs. Mr. Fuji (sub. for Killer Khan)
Ted Dibiase vs. Koko B. Ware after Virgil tripped Koko
Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov
Demolition vs. Billy Jack Haynes & Brady Boone
Don Muraco fought Butch Reed to a double count-out
Jim Duggan vs. King Harley Race after hitting him with his 2×4
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan vs. the One Man Gang in a steel cage match by escaping over the top

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – January 17, 1988 (7,500)
Lanny Poffo vs. Jose Estrada
The Ultimate Warrior vs. King Harley Race
Jim Duggan fought Hercules to a double count-out
Don Muraco vs. Butch Reed
WWF Women’s Tag Team Champions Judy Martin & Leilani Kai vs. the Jumping Bomb Angels
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov
Bam Bam Bigelow fought Ted Dibiase to a double disqualification at 3:00
WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man, Bret Hart, & Jim Neidhart vs. Randy Savage, WWF Tag Team Champions Tito Santana & Rick Martel

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – February 18, 1988 (16,000)
The Iron Sheik vs. SD Jones (Sheik’s return to the company after being gone several months)
Sika vs. Lanny Poffo
The Ultimate Warrior fought Hercules to a double disqualification
Don Muraco fought Dino Bravo to a double count-out
Jim Duggan & Ken Patera vs. Demolition & Mr. Fuji in a handicap match when Duggan vs. one of the Demolition; Billy Jack Haynes was originally scheduled to be Duggan & Patera’s partner
Ron Bass vs. the Junkyard Dog
King Harley Race vs. Outback Jack
Brutus Beefcake vs. Greg Valentine
Hulk Hogan vs. WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man when Jimmy Hart interfered; after the bout, Hogan threw both men out of the ring

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – March 14, 1988
Paul Roma & Jim Powers vs. the Conquistadors
Don Muraco fought Rick Rude to a .
Jake Roberts fought Hercules to a double count-out
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart vs. B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell
WWF Tag Team Champions Rick Martel & Tito Santana vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov
Randy Savage vs. the One Man Gang
WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man vs. Ricky Steamboat
Jake Roberts in a 22-man battle royal

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – May 9, 1988
Scott Casey vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
Jacques & Raymond Rougeau vs. B. Brian Blair & Jerry Allen after a double team move behind the referee’s back
Rick Rude vs. Koko B. Ware
Jake Roberts vs. Greg Valentine with the DDT
Andre the Giant vs. Jim Duggan via count-out
The Ultimate Warrior vs. Hercules with a gorilla press and splash
The Islanders vs. Hillbilly Jim & Don Muraco
WWF IC Champion Honky Tonk Man vs. Brutus Beefcake via count-out

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – June 6, 1988 (3,000)
Don Muraco vs. Hercules
Conquistador #1 vs. Jerry Allen
Rick Rude & Andre the Giant vs. Jim Duggan & Jake Roberts when Rude vs. Roberts
Bret Hart fought Bad News Brown to a double disqualification
Don Muraco (sub. for Bam Bam Bigelow) vs. the One Man Gang
The Ultimate Warrior, Rick Martel, & Tito Santana vs. Mr. Fuji & WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 10, 1988
The Iron Sheik vs. Scott Casey
Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov via count-out
Ted Dibiase vs. Don Muraco after Muraco became distracted by Greg Valentine at ringside
Greg Valentine vs. SD Jones
The Big Bossman vs. Sam Houston
Ted Dibiase in an 18-man battle royal by paying off the remaining participants – Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov; due to prematch stipulations, Dibiase earned a world title shot in the main event; Jake Roberts was the final man eliminated prior to the Bolsheviks being paid off
Rick Rude vs. Jake Roberts by putting his feet on the top rope in the corner for leverage
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. the Conquistadors
WWF World Champion Randy Savage vs. Ted Dibiase ; the champion wore a neckbrace for the duration of the match

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – August 15, 1988

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – September 11, 1988
Televised on the MSG Network – included Sean Mooney, Superstar Billy Graham, & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling – 10/4/88: Mr. Perfect vs. Jim Brunzell at 13:01 with a powerslam; after the bout, Bad News Brown came out and cut an in-ring promo saying if Hulk Hogan showed up for their match later in the show he would . him down just like the San Francisco 49ers . the New York Giants earlier in the afternoon
Greg Valentine fought Don Muraco to a 20-minute time-limit . with the bell ringing just as Muraco was about to hit the tombstone; after the bout, Valentine shoved down Superstar Billy Graham at the announce table and took back his shinguard which Muraco gave to Graham minutes earlier; Valentine then attacked Muraco with the shinguard and applied the shinguard-assisted figure-4 until Graham made the save and attacked Valentine
Prime Time Wrestling – 9/20/88: Hercules vs. the Junkyard Dog at 9:38 by grabbing onto the ropes as JYD attempted a powerslam, with Hercules falling on top for the win
Hulk Hogan vs. Bad News Brown at 9:21 with the legdrop after headbutting Brown with his war helmet as the referee was knocked down, moments after Brown used the helmet as a weapon himself
Prime Time Wrestling – 9/20/88: The Blue Blazer vs. Barry Horowitz with a splash off the top at 11:15
Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) vs. Jim Duggan at 12:03 after Duggan chased Virgil into the ring with the 2×4 and then chased Dibiase and the referee with the weapon as well
Jacques & Raymond Rougeau vs. Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart at 12:17 when Raymond vs. Bret after Jacques hit Bret with a double axe handle from the middle turnbuckle as Bret covered Raymond, with Jacques then putting Raymond on top
Jake Roberts (w/ Cheryl Roberts) vs. Rick Rude at 11:50 with a roll up and grabbing Rude’s tights for leverage after Cheryl slapped Rude from the floor after he began taunting her

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – December 18, 1988
Jose Luis Rivera vs. Danny Davis
Paul Roma vs. the Red Rooster
Sam Houston vs. Mr. Perfect
Harley Race vs. King Haku
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. Jacques & Raymond Rougeau
Jim Duggan vs. Frenchy Martin
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart vs. Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard
Brutus Beefcake vs. Rick Rude
WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior vs. the Honkytonk Man (No DQ, No Count-Out)
Jake Roberts vs. Andre the Giant

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – May 8, 1989
Televised on the MSG Network – featured Tony Schiavone & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary; included Zeus as a guest of the Brother Love Show in which he said he was the true star of “No Holds Barred” because he was bigger and badder than WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, Hogan was not a man but a woman, and that Zeus would destroy Hogan if he ever came face to face with him; featured Howard Finkel announcing that Summer Slam would take place at the Meadowlands on 8/28:
Mr. Perfect vs. the Blue Blazer with the Perfect Plex at 10:59
Prime Time Wrestling – 12/25/89: Bret Hart fought Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a 20-minute . at 19:34; late in the bout, Mr. Perfect came ringside briefly, distracting Hart from the match
Tito Santana fought Rick Martel (w/ Slick) to a . when Martel attacked Santana before the bout during Santana’s entrance, with the referee deeming Santana unable to compete but would allow the match to take place later in the card if Santana’s condition improved, which it did
The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) vs. Hillbilly Jim at 9:15 with a running knee to the back and hooking Jim’s overalls for leverage after Jim became distracted by Hart; prior to the bout, Jim danced with ring attendant Tony Chimmel at ringside
The Ultimate Warrior vs. WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) via count-out at 10:02 when Rude began walking backstage as Warrior chased Heenan into the ring; after the bout, Warrior cleared both men from the ring
Prime Time Wrestling – 6/5/89: Jim Powers vs. Iron Mike Sharpe at 10:34 with a powerslam
The Red Rooster vs. the Brooklyn Brawler with a sunset flip after the Brawler hit the turnbuckle at 10:10 (Best of the WWF Vol. 20)
Rick Martel (w/ Slick) vs. Tito Santana at 3:24 with his feet on the ropes
WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition vs. the Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) at 15:12 when Bossman attacked the champions with his nightstick; after the bout, Akeem attempted to handcuff Ax to the bottom rope until Smash made the save with a steel chair

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 24, 1989
Mr. Perfect vs. the Blue Blazer

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – November 18, 1989 (5,500)
Mark Young vs. Bob Bradley
Boris Zhukov vs. Al Perez
Dino Bravo vs. Jim Neidhart
WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition vs. Arn Anderson & Haku (sub. for Tully Blanchard)
Bret Hart fought Tito Santana to a double count-out
Dusty Rhodes vs. the Big Bossman
The Honkytonk Man vs. the Red Rooster
Roddy Piper fought Rick Rude to a double disqualification in a lumberjack match

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – March 11, 1990 (just under 10,000)
Al Perez vs. Paul Roma
Greg Valentine vs. Sam Houston
Rick Rude vs. Tito Santana
The Bushwhackers vs. Nikolai Vokoff & Boris Zhukov when Butch vs. Zhukov
WWF Tag Team Champions Andre the Giant & Haku vs. Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart
Dusty Rhodes vs. Randy Savage via count-out
Jake Roberts vs. Ted Dibiase after guest referee the Big Bossman punched Dibiase

NWA @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – April 26, 1990
The first New York City market show in 2 years
Mark Callous fought Mike Rotundo to a 15-minute time-limit .
Norman & Abdullah the Butcher vs. Kevin Sullivan & Cactus Jack when Cactus was vs.
NWA US Tag Team Champions Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk vs. Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; stipulations stated the champions would earn 5 minutes in the ring with Jim Cornette if they won; after the contest, Cornette was vs. around the 30-second mark
Road Warrior Animal vs. Butch Reed when Reed used a foreign object; the bout was scheduled for the Road Warriors vs. Doom but Road Warrior Hawk’s EKG results in the pre-match physical prevented him from competing; prior to the contest, Hawk escorted Animal to the ring and Ron Simmons escorted Reed
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner vs. the Samoan Swat Team
Robert Gibson & NWA US Tag Team Champion Tom Zenk (sub. for Ricky Morton) vs. Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin; the Freebirds were heavily cheered in the match
NWA US Champion Lex Luger vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair when Ole Anderson interfered at around the 21-minute mark

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – June 8, 1990 (13,400 paid)
Hercules vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
Tugboat vs. Black Bart
Dino Bravo vs. Tito Santana
Jimmy Snuka vs. Akeem
The Bushwhackers vs. Greg Valentine & the Honkytonk Man
Brutus Beefcake vs. WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect
WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior vs. Rick Rude with the splash

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 30, 1990 (8,000)
Haku vs. Jim Brunzell
The Brooklyn Brawler vs. Barry O
Koko B. Ware vs. the Genius
Dustin Rhodes vs. Buddy Rose
WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition Ax & Smash (w/ Crush) vs. Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart after Crush interfered and clotheslined Bret
Tito Santana vs. WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect after the champion pulled the referee in the way of Santana’s flying forearm
Tugboat & Jim Duggan vs. Dino Bravo & Earthquake after Duggan hit Bravo with the 2×4

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – October 26, 1990 (10,000)
Ron Garvin vs. Iron Mike Sharpe with a sunset flip
Dustin Rhodes vs. Black Bart
Tito Santana vs. the Black Demon with the flying forearm
Sgt. Slaughter vs. Nikolai Volkoff via submission with the Camel Clutch
The Rockers vs. Paul Roma & Hercules when Hercules hit Marty Jannetty with his steel chain
The Big Bossman vs. the Barbarian (sub. for Rick Rude)
Randy Savage vs. WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior via count-out

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – December 16, 1990 (7,700)
Shane Douglas vs. Black Bart
The Big Bossman vs. Bobby Heenan at the 10-second mark
Sgt. Slaughter vs. Dusty Rhodes
The Legion of Doom vs. the Orient Express & Mr. Fuji in a handicap match
Jake Roberts vs. Rick Martel
Saba Simba vs. Bob Bradley
Davey Boy Smith fought the Warlord to a double count-out
The Bushwhackers, WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart vs. Greg Valentine, the Honky Tonk Man, Paul Roma, & Hercules when Bret vs. Valentine

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 11, 1992 (12,500 paid)
The return to the arena after nearly 18 months; the WWF stopped using the arena over protest of the Meadowlands allowing WCW to use the venue
Tito Santana vs. Skinner
The Mountie vs. Sgt. Slaughter via count-out
WWF IC Champion Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
The Legion of Doom & Paul Ellering vs. the Beverly Brothers & the Genius
Virgil vs. Kato
The Big Bossman vs. Nailz (Bossman’s return after a 2-month absence)
The Ultiamte Warrior vs. Papa Shango with a clothesline and splash

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – October 1, 1992 (6,700)
Tatanka vs. the Mountie
Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware vs. Double Trouble
Jeff Jarrett vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
Jim Duggan vs. Repo Man
WWF IC Champion Davey Boy Smith vs. Shawn Michaels
Terry Taylor vs. Jim Powers
The Undertaker, Ultimate Warrior, & Big Bossman vs. Nailz, Kamala, & Razor Ramon when Undertaker vs. Kamala with a chokeslam

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – January 9, 1993 (8,700)
Virgil vs. the Brooklyn Brawler
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels fought Marty Jannetty to a . when Jannetty attacked Michaels before the bell and hit him with the belt; the match was held off for later in the show
Rick & Scott Steiner vs. the Executioners
Tatanka vs. Damien Demento
Bob Backlund vs. the Berzerker
WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels vs. Marty Jannetty with his feet on the ropes
Yokozuna vs. the Big Bossman with the Bonzai Drop
The Headshrinkers vs. Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware
Mr. Perfect vs. Razor Ramon via count-out

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – May 22, 1993 (11,000)
Owen Hart vs. Terry Taylor
The Headshrinkers vs. Rick & Scott Steiner
Doink the Clown vs. Crush after a second Doink interfered
Randy Savage vs. Giant Gonzalez
Virgil vs. Blake Beverly
Tatanka vs. Razor Ramon
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Brutus Beefcake vs. WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – December 12, 1993 (7,000)
Owen Hart vs. Bastion Booger
The Headshrinkers vs. Men on a Mission
Rick Martel vs. Virgil
Doink the Clown vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
Randy Savage fought Crush to a double count-out
IRS vs. Marty Jannetty
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon & the 1-2-3 Kid vs. Johnny Polo & Adam Bomb
Lex Luger vs. Ludvig Borga

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 8, 1994 (4,000)
The 1-2-3 Kid vs. Kwang
Duke Drose vs. Rick Martel
WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers vs. Double Trouble (sub. for the Heavenly Bodies)
Randy Savage vs. Jerry Lawler
Nikolai Volkoff vs. Virgil
IRS vs. Tatanka
Yokozuna vs. Typhoon
WWF World Champion Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart in a 60-minute Ironman match, 3 falls to 2

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – August 27, 1994 (2,000)
Sparky Plugg vs. Quebecar Pierre
The Heavenly Bodies vs. the Bushwhackers after Butch was tripped by Tom Prichard
WWF Women’s Champion Alundra Blayze vs. Bull Nakano with the German suplex into a bridge
Adam Bomb vs. Kwang with a DDT
WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers vs. Shawn Michaels & WWF IC Champion Diesel after the title belts were used as weapons
Jeff Jarrett & Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Mabel & Doink the Clown when Jarrett vs. Doink with a roll up as Bigelow kidnapped Dink
Tatanka (w/ NY Giants’ Joe Morris) vs. IRS in an Indian strap match when IRS dropkicked Tatanka into his fourth and final corner
WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Razor Ramon vs. Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart when Bret reversed Owen’s small package on Razor, putting Razor on top for the pin

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – October 27, 1994 (2,600)
The Smoking Gunns vs. the Heavenly Bodies
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Adam Bomb
Abe Schwartz vs. Jim Powers
Jerry Lawler vs. Doink the Clown
WWF World Champion Bret Hart vs. Jim Neidhart
IRS vs. Duke Drose
Lex Luger vs. Tatanka
The Undertaker vs. Yokozuna in a casket match

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – January 15, 1995 (4,500)
Aldo Montoya vs. Steven Dunn
Henry Godwinn vs. Bob Holly
Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith fought King Kong Bundy & Bam Bam Bigelow to a double count-out
Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart
Wink & Pink the Clowns vs. Sleezy & Cheezy
Duke Drose vs. Timothy Well
WWF Women’s Champion Bull Nakano vs. Alundra Blayze
WWF World Champion Diesel vs. Jeff Jarrett
The Undertaker vs. Tatanka

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – June 11, 1995 (6,000)
Jean Pierre Lafitte vs. Duke Drose with the Cannonball
Adam Bomb vs. Henry Godwinn with a small package
WWF Women’s Champion Alundra Blayze vs. Bertha Faye with the German suplex
Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Aldo Montoya with the Pedigree
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna vs. the Smoking Gunns in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; Yokozuna scored the first fall with a legdrop; the challengers in the second fall with the backbreaker / kneedrop combo; Yoko in the third fall with a belly to belly suplex
Skip vs. Doink the Clown with a small package
Savio Vega vs. WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett via count-out, even though Jarrett re-entered the ring first
Shawn Michaels & Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Tatanka & Kama following Bigelow’s diving headbutt
The Undertaker vs. Psycho Sid when Kama and Tatanka interfered

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – November 12, 1995 (3,500)
Fatu vs. Skip
Ahmed Johnson vs. Rad Radford
Hakushi vs. Aldo Montoya
Savio Vega vs. Isaac Yankem DDS
Hunter Hearst Helmsley, King Mabel, & Kama vs. Henry Godwinn & WWF Tag Team Champions Smoking Gunns
Dean Douglas vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
Goldust vs. WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon when the 1-2-3 Kid interfered
Davey Boy Smith vs. Bret Hart by blocking a sunset flip attempt
WWF World Champion Diesel & Shawn Michaels vs. Owen Hart & Yokozuna

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – February 24, 1996 (8,500)
Fatu (sub. for Barry Horowitz) vs. Bob Backlund with a roll up
Steve Austin vs. Bob Holly
Justin Bradshaw vs. Marty Jannetty
Skip & Zip vs. Henry & Phinneas Godwinn
Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Duke Drose after hitting him with the trash can lid
Roddy Piper (sub. for Razor Ramon) vs. the 1-2-3 Kid after hitting him with the ring bell
WWF IC Champion Goldust vs. Savio Vega; the advertised match pitted Razor Ramon & Vega against Goldust & the 1-2-3 Kid
Ahmed Johnson vs. Tatanka (sub. for Jeff Jarrett) with the Pearl River Plunge
The Undertaker vs. WWF World Champion Bret Hart when Goldust prevented the challenger from scoring the pinfall; Diesel was originally scheduled to compete in the match, making it a triple threat contest
Shawn Michaels & Yokozuna vs. Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith when Michaels vs. Hart with the superkick

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Meadowlands – July 5, 1996 (7,309)
There was a Parking Lot Party outside the venue from 4 to 7 p.m. with live music, lookalike contests, and appearances from the wrestlers
Duke Drose vs. Leif Cassidy at 9:22 with the tilt-a-whirl slam
Salvatore Sincere vs. Barry Horowitz at 9:38
Skip & Zip vs. WWF Tag Team Champions Smoking Gunns and Henry & Phinneas Godwinn in a non-title elimination match at 19:51 after Kloudy kissed one of the champions, setting up the pinfall; the Godwinns had been counted out earlier after Phinneas chased Sunny around the ring
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels vs. Vader at 6:56 when Goldust interfered; WWF IC Champion Ahmed Johnson made the save after the match
WWF IC Champion Ahmed Johnson vs. Goldust via count-out at 7:10 when Goldust left ringside
Steve Austin vs. Savio Vega in a No DQ match at 14:22 after a low blow
Jake Roberts vs. Justin Bradshaw at 7:34 with the DDT
Marc Mero vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley at 12:42
The Undertaker vs. Mankind with the tombstone at 17:01

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – February 9, 1997 (8,771)
Rocky Maivia vs. Leif Cassidy with the shoulder breaker
Crush vs. Barry Horowitz with the heart punch
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith vs. Phil LaFon & Bob Holly (sub. for Doug Furnas) when Smith vs. Holly; the challengers originally in the match but the bout continued due to Owen’s foot being on the bottom rope
Savio Vega vs. Phinneas Godwinn after the NOD interfered
Goldust vs. Mankind after he was hit with the urn
Farooq vs. the Undertaker when Taker used a chair
Aldo Montoya vs. Salvatore Sincere
WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Henry Godwinn
The Sultan (sub. for Vader) vs. Ahmed Johnson with the Camel Clutch after Farooq attacked Ahmed with a 2X4
Bret Hart & Psycho Sid vs. WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & Steve Austin when Hart vs. Michaels after Austin accidentally hit the Stunner on his partner

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – February 22, 1998 (12,483)
Skull & 8-Ball defated Mark Henry & Kama when Kama used a chair to break the cover on Henry
Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher vs. Tom Brandi & WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku when Christopher vs. Brandi after Lawler used a foreign object
The Headbangers vs. the Quebecars when Mosh vs. Pierre
Ken Shamrock & WWF European Champion Owen Hart vs. D-Lo Brown & Farooq when Shamrock forced a submission from D-Lo with the ankle lock
Steve Blackman & Chainz vs. Marc Mero & Goldust when Blackman vs. Mero once Mero was distracted by Sable on the outside
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn vs. the Legion of Doom in a country whipping match when Phinneas vs. Road Warrior Hawk after a chair shot from Henry; after the bout and after all the other participants had left ringside, Kane entered the ring and laid out Hawk with a chokeslam and tombstone
Steve Austin, Cactus Jack, & Terry Funk vs. WWF IC Champion the Rock (sub. for Triple H) & WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg (w/ Triple H & Chyna) in an unsanctioned match when Austin vs. Road Dogg with the Stunner; after the bout, Austin hit the Stunner on Triple H

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – July 13, 1998 (17,569; sell out; 15,620 paid)
Steve Corino vs. Julio Sanchez
Ace Darling vs. Devon Storm
Shotgun – 7/18/98:
Farooq & Scorpio vs. Savio Vega & Jesus Castillo when Scorpio scored the pin with the 450 splash
Edge vs. Quebecer Pierre with the Downward Spiral
Val Venis vs. Papi Chulo with the Money Shot
Dustin Runnels vs. Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) when Lee hit Dustin with a chair
Raw is War – featured Shawn Michaels providing guest commentary alongside Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler (Michaels’ surprise return after a 4-month absence); included the announcement WWF IC Champion the Rock would face WWF European Champion Triple H in a title vs. title Best 2 out of 3 falls match at Fully Loaded and that X-Pac would face D-Lo Brown:
The Undertaker vs. Vader with the tombstone
Brawl for All Tournament: Bart Gunn vs. Bob Holly via judge’s decision
X-Pac & WWF European Champion Triple H vs. Owen Hart & WWF IC Champion the Rock at 6:29 when X-Pac vs. the Rock by reversing a spinebuster attempt into the X-Factor; the match came as a result of Hart coming ringside and assaulting Jason Sensation after Sensation impersonated Owen the previous week during DX’s mockery of the Nation; after Hart applied the Sharpshooter on Sensation inside the ring, DX came out for the save
Steve Blackman vs. Marc Mero with a kick to the chest
Kane & Mankind vs. WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn to win the titles after D-Lo Brown came through the crowd and hit a frog splash, wearing his steel chest protector, as DX and the Nation brawled around ringside
Kaientai vs. Brian Christopher, Scott Taylor, & WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku following a senton bomb
Brawl for All Tournament: Dan Severn vs. the Godfather
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn fought WWF Tag Team Champions Kane & Mankind to a . when WWF World Champion Steve Austin and the Undertaker laid out all the participants; Austin and Taker were the guest referees for the match

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – October 4, 1998 (14,017)
Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor vs. Matt & Jeff Hardy following Brian Christopher’s Tennessee Jam
Steve Blackman vs. Owen Hart with a small package
DOA vs. Farooq & Scorpio after Paul Ellering hit Scorpio with his steel briefcase
Edge vs. Gangrel with the Downward Spiral
Val Venis & Sable vs. Marc Mero & WWF Women’s Champion Jackie when Sable vs. Jackie following the Sable Bomb
WWF Tag team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn vs. Dennis Knight & Jeff Jarrett (sub. for Mark Cantabury) after Billy Gunn used the Rocker Dropper on Knight
The Headbangers vs. Golga & Kurrgan after Golga was choked unconscious
The Rock vs. Ken Shamrock with the Rock Bottom
Steve Austin vs. Kane, Undertaker, and Mankind by pinning Kane with the Stunner; Gerald Brisco was the guest referee

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – January 17, 1999 (18,740; sell out)
Steve Blackman vs. Tiger Ali Singh
The Acolytes vs. Val Venis & the Godfather
WWF European Champion X-Pac vs. Owen Hart
Christian, Edge, & Gangrel vs. Bob Holly, Scorpio, & Al Snow
The Undertaker vs. the Rock
D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry vs. Skull & 8-Ball
Jeff Jarrett vs. Goldust
Test & WWF Tag Team Champion the Big Bossman vs. Triple H & WWF Hardcore Champion the Road Dogg
WWF World Champion Mankind vs. Kane

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – March 29, 1999 (15,213; sell out)
Malia Hosaka vs. Brandi Alexander
Shotgun – 4/3/99:
Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor vs. Skull & 8-Ball, Public Enemy, & Matt & Jeff Hardy
Al Snow vs. WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Gillberg in a non-title match
Droz vs. Kevin Starr
Tiger Ali Singh vs. Lance Diamond
Super Astros – 4/4/99:
El Merenguero vs. Miguel Perez & Apolo Dantes
El Hijo Del Santo & Negro Casas vs. Taka Michinoku & Pantera
Raw is War – included the new WWF World Champion Steve Austin cutting an in-ring promo to open the show in which he asked Vince McMahon to come out so he could relinquish the world title belt; after giving Vince the belt, Austin had footage shown from Breakdown in which McMahon ran off with the Smoking Skull belt and later said it would be put above his fireplace at home; Austin then demanded that Vince go home and give him back the Smoking Skull belt by the end of the show or he would . him up; moments later, as Austin was looking the other way, Vince hit him with the title belt and ran backstage; featured X-Pac cutting an in-ring promo in which he said DX would not die and that he and the New Age Outlaws would continue to raise hell, then said he would fight Triple H later in the show; included the Undertaker calling Vince McMahon on the phone backstage to torment him after kidnapping Stephanie; featured Vince McMahon telling Ken Shamrock he would always be indebted to him for finding Stephanie and then telling Shane to simply give Steve Austin his Smoking Skull belt after it was brought to the arena from Greenwich, CT; included a closing segment in which Shane McMahon cut an in-ring promo in which he said that if Steve Austin wanted his Smoking Skull belt back, he would have to go through the Rock; moments later, the Rock came out with the belt over his shoulder and cut a promo on Austin, with Austin coming out soon thereafter and the two men brawling around ringside; the ensuing battle saw Austin hit the Stunner on Shane, Rock hit Austin with the Smoking Skull belt, and other members of the Corporation – including Triple H, Test, and Ken Shamrock – help in .ing the champion down; moments later, the Big Show came out to help clear the ring, with Triple H sustaining the chokeslam from Show:
Ivory & Tori vs. WWF Women’s Champion Sable & Jackie when Tori vs. Jackie with a backslide at 1:25 after Sable hit her own partner in the back with the women’s title belt; after the bout, the Ministry – the Undertaker, Paul Bearer, Gangrel, Edge, Christian, Viscera, and Mideon – came to the ring with Taker holding Sable as bait for Vince McMahon to come ringside; after Vince came out, he quickly realized it was a trap; when he ran backstage, he found that Stephanie had gone missing
The Big Show vs. Test with a boot to the face and the chokeslam at the 30-second mark; after the bout, Show cut a promo directed at Vince McMahon, saying no one owns him
WWF Hardcore Champion Hardcore Holly vs. Steve Williams (w/ Jim Ross) after Al Snow came out of the crowd, hit the challenger over the head with a frying pan, and pulled Holly on top of Williams; moments prior to the finish, Williams hit the Oklahoma Stampede powerslam on Holly through a table set up in the ring but referee Tim White had been knocked out; during the bout, JR joined the Spanish commentary team
The Rock (w/ WWF European Champion Shane McMahon) vs. Billy Gunn with the Rock Bottom / People’s Elbow combo at 5:21; during the bout, Shane did guest commentary
Ken Shamrock vs. Gangrel via submission with the ankle lock at 5:35 after hitting a belly to belly suplex; after the bout, the lights flickered and Shamrock was attacked by Edge & Christian, with Shamrock sustaining a bloodbath; when the lights came back on, Shamrock immediately locked Christian in the ankle lock, with Christian confessing that Stephanie McMahon was being held in the basement; after the commercial break, Shamrock was shown searching in the basement for Stephanie where he eventually found her
Goldust (w/ the Blue Meanie) vs. WWF IC Champion the Road Dogg to win the title at 4:09 with the Curtain Call after Meanie hit Road Dogg in the face with the title belt as the champion was against the ring ropes; early in the bout, Ryan Shamrock came out to be in Goldust’s corner but the Blue Meanie and Goldust wouldn’t allow her to be ringside and Meanie quickly sent her backstage; after the bout, Goldust cut a promo saying he now knew who he was and soon everyone else would too
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) vs. the Legion of Doom (w/ Paul Ellering) at 2:49 when Owen vs. Road Warrior Animal after Jarrett broke his guitar over Animal’s back, moments after Hart sustained the Doomsday Device
X-Pac vs. Triple H (w/ Chyna & WWF European Champion Shane McMahon) at 3:34 when X-Pac chased an interfering Shane into the ring and sustained a clothesline from Chyna; after the bout, X-Pac was .en down and sustained the Pedigree until Kane came out; after Kane took a chair shot to the head from Triple H, he quickly sat back up and stalked Triple H & Chyna backstage; Triple H used the “No Chance” McMahon song as his theme

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – July 31, 1999
The Godfather & Val Venis vs. Mideon & Prince Albert following the Money Shot and Ho Train
Al Snow vs. Gangrel after hitting him with Head
WWF Women’s Champion Ivory vs. Tori
WWF Intercontinental & European Champion D-Lo Brown vs. Jeff Jarrett by blocking a sunset flip
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman vs. Test in a non-title nightstick-on-a-pole match after hitting Test with the weapon
Ken Shamrock vs. Steve Blackman via submission with the ankle lock in a steel cage match
Hardcore Holly vs. Viscera
WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes vs. Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Michael Hayes) and Edge & Christian in an elimination match; Edge vs. Jeff Hardy with the spear; Bradshaw vs. Edge after Gangrel interfered and hit the DDT
The Road Dogg vs. Billy Gunn in a dog collar match by tying Gunn’s legs up following a missed Fameasser
The Rock, Kane & & X-Pac vs. Triple H, the Big Show, & the Undertaker after the Undertaker hit Kane with a chair

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – October 4, 1999
Kurt Angle vs. Ace Darling
JR Ryder vs. Glenn Osbourne
The Big Show vs. Chaz
The Big Bossman vs. the Godfather
Al Snow vs. Steve Blackman
Gangrel vs. the Inferno Kid
Raw is War:
The Acolytes vs. WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg, Kane & X-Pac, and Hardcore & Crash Holly when Bradshaw vs. X-Pac; Kane vs. Farooq at the same time but they were the illegal men in the match
TIT Invitational Best of 7 Series: Edge & Christian vs. Matt & Jeff Hardy at 4:20 when Edge vs. Jeff with a spear, jumping off Christian’s back, as Jeff came off the top rope; Edge & Christian: 2, Hardys: 0; Terri Runnels provided guest commentary for the bout (Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
The Fabulous Moolah & Mae Young vs. Miss Kitty (sub. for WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett who decided to do commentary instead) & Ivory when Kitty was vs.; after the match, Jarrett put Kitty in the figure-4 for losing
Chyna vs. Davey Boy Smith when Jeff Jarrett interfered and hit Chyna with a coffee can; after the match, Smith called Triple H out and gave him a count of 10 before hitting the powerslam on Chyna – but instead only gave a count of 3 before executing the move
The Dudley Boyz vs. Mankind & Stevie Richards (dressed as Dude Love) following the 3D on Richards as Mankind had the Mandible Claw applied on Val Venis, who was doing commentary
The Rock vs. Chris Jericho (w/ Curtis Hughes); after the match, Davey Boy Smith came ringside and began brawling with the Rock

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – January 16, 2000 (18,782; sell out)
The Godfather & D-Lo Brown vs. Gangrel & Mideon
The Acolytes vs. the Dudley Boyz
Rikishi vs. Steve Blackman
Edge & Christian vs. the Headbangers and Too Cool
Kane vs. the Big Bossman
Kurt Angle vs. Test
WWF IC Champion Chris Jericho vs. Hardcore Holly
The Big Show vs. Al Snow
WWF Tag Team Champions the New Age Outlaws vs. Matt & Jeff Hardy
Cactus Jack & the Rock vs. WWF World Champion Triple H & X-Pac

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena – March 28, 2002 (13,500)
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Christian with the Diamond Cutter
WWF Women’s Champion Jazz vs. Molly Holly via submission with the STF
Rikishi vs. Tommy Dreamer with the Bonzai Drop
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo vs. Matt & Jeff Hardy after Rico interfered and Billy hit the Fameasser
Brock Lesnar vs. Spike Dudley & the Hurricane in a handicap match by making a double pin
WWF IC Champion Rob Van Dam vs. William Regal with the Five Star Frog Splash
Booker T vs. Tazz with an axe kick
The Acolytes (w/ Stacy Keibler) vs. the Dudley Boyz; after the match, both teams along with Arn Anderson, Matt & Jeff Hardy shared a few beers – since it was the last time either duo would team before splitting due to the expansion
WWF World Champion Triple H & Hulk Hogan vs. Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, & X-Pac in a handicap match

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