PRIMETIME DEBUT EPISODE 1/1/85 [24/7]
Hosted by Jesse “The Body” Ventura and Rick Reynolds (No, I don’t remember him either.)
1. Sal Bellomo v. David Schultz
2. Dick Murdoch v. Afa (Afa is a babyface.)
3. Int – Mad Dog Vachon
4. Mad Dog Vachon v. Rick McGraw
5. Int – David Sammartino
6. David Sammartino v. Moondog Spot
7. Int – Tito Santana
8. Tito Santana v. Greg Valentine
9. Brutus Beefcake v. Tony Garea
10. Hulk Hogan v. Big John Studd
11. Adrian Adonis v. Sika (Like his partner Afa, Sika is the babyface here.) 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 2/10/85 [24/7]

1.       Pedro Morales v. Iron Mike Sharpe

2.       Jose Luis Rivera v. Frankie Lane

3.       Jim Powers v. Steve Lombardi

4.       Honkytonk Man v. Mr. X

5.       Adrian Adonis v. Paul Roma

6.       Tito Santana v. Butch Reed


WWF Prime Time Wrestling 2/19/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   1 hour 5 minutes – Missing first part)
1.  Black Tiger vs. Cobra (for Vacant WWF Junior Heavyweight Title)
2. Jimmy Snuka & Tonga Kid vs. Roddy Piper & Bob Orton
3.  Mike Rotunda vs. Rene Goulet
4.  WWF Heavyweight Champ Hulk Hogan vs. Iron Sheik
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 2/26/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   1 hour 38 minutes)
1. Salvatore Bellomo vs. Mr. Fuji
2. Mike Rotunda vs. Bob Orton
3. Iron Sheik vs. Dave Barbie
4. Ken Patera vs. Jose Luis Rivera
5. Johnny Rodz vs. Gama Singh
6. Women's Champ Wendy Richter vs. Judy Martin
7. Junk Yard Dog vs. Brutus Beefcake (w/Johnny Valaiant)
8. (War to Settle the Score) WWF World's Champ Hulk Hogan vs. Roddy Piper
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/5/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   46 minutes   Missing First segment)
1. Andre the Giant vs. Ken Patera
2. Big John Studd vs. George Wells
3. Rick McGraw vs. The Spoiler
4. WWF Women's Champ Wendy Richter vs. Lei Lani Kai (Title Change)
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/12/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   1 hour 37 minutes)
1. Rick McGraw vs. Johnny Rodz
2. George Wells vs. Spoiler (w/Johnny Valiant) (Hilarious Ring announcer doesn't know Valiant's name and Valiant makes fun of it during the match over the mic.)
4. Brutus Beefcake (w/Johnny Valiant) vs. Salvatore Bellomo
5. Paul Orndorff vs. David Sammartino (w/Bruno Sammartino)
6. WWF Tag Champs  Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch vs. Jack & Jerry Brisco (from 12/84)
7. Don Muraco vs. Swede Hanson
8. Jimmy Snuka & Tony Atlas vs. Roddy Piper & Bob Orton
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/19/85 (VG   1hr 5mins)
1. Moondog Rex vs. Tony Garea
2. Jim Powers vs. A.J. Petruzzi
3. Char
lie Fulton vs. Swede Hanson
4. Nikolai Volkoff vs. George Wells
5. Dick Murdoch vs. Barry Windham
6. Paul Orndorff & Bobby Heenan vs. Bruno Sammartino & David Sammartino (incomplete)
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/26/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   1 hour 37 minutes)
1. Tony Garea vs. Moondog Rex 
2. Jimmy Powers vs. A.J. Petruzzi 
3. Swede Hanson vs. Charlie Fulton 
4. Nikolai Volkoff vs. George Wells 
5. Barry Windham vs. Dick Murdoch 
6. Bruno & David Sammartino vs. Paul Orndorff & Bobby Heenan 
7. Mike Rotunda vs. Mr. X 
8. Tony Atlas vs. Moondog Spot 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/9/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   1 hour 3 minutes)
1. Rocky Johnson vs. Charlie Fulton 
2. Barry O vs. Rene Goulet 
3. S.D. Jones vs. Jim Neidhart 
4. Ricky Steamboat vs. Terry Gibbs 
5. Intercontinental Champ Greg Valentine vs. Tito Santana (Lumberjack Match) 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/1/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   1 hour 43 minutes)
1. Rene Goulet vs. Nick DeCarlo 
2. David Sammartino vs. Moondog Rex 
3. Intercontinental Champ Greg Valentine vs. S.D. Jones 
4. Rocky Johnson vs. Nikolai Volkoff 
5. Angelo Mosca vs. Iron Sheik 
6. British Bulldogs vs. Bobby Bass & Goldie Rogers 
7. Special Visit w/Hillbilly Jim, down on the farm 
8. Women's Champ Lei Lani Kai (w/Moolah) vs. Wendy Richter (w/Cyndi Lauper) (Title Change from WrestleMania) 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/8/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   1 hour 48 minutes)
1. Jim Neidhart (w/Jimmy Hart) vs. Rick McGraw 
2. Don Muraco vs. Steve Lombardi 
3. Ivan Putski vs. Jerry Valiant 
4. Bret Hart (w/Jimmy Hart) vs. George Wells 
5. British Bulldogs vs. Barry O & Moondog Spot 
6. Tito Santana & Ricky Steamboat vs. Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine 
7. King Kong Bundy vs. Swede Hanson 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 6/18/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   1 hour 39 minutes)
From Boston Gardes 5/18/85
1. Salvatore Bellomo vs. Moondog Spot
2. Swede Hanson vs. Steve Lombardi
3. Big John Studd (w/Bobby Heenan) vs. Rocky Johnson
4. Tito Santana vs. Brutus Beefcake (w/Johnny Valiant)
5. Ken Patera (w/Bobby Heenan) vs. Tony Garea
6. Capt. Lou Albano & George Steele Interview (Recap of Steele at the psychiatrists shown)
7. Intercontinental Champ Greg Valentine vs. Junk Yard Dog
8. Ivan Putski vs. Barry O
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 6/25/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   1 hour 35 minutes)
1. Jose Luis Rivera vs. Tiger Chung Lee
2. Rene Goulet vs. Terry Daniels
3. Rocky Johnson vs. Samu (Samoan #3)
4. Haiti Kid & Tiger Jackson vs. Pancho Boy & Dana Carpenter
5. Israel Matia vs. Tony Garea
6. Salvatore Bellomo vs. Ron Shaw
7. Gama Singh vs. Dave Barbie
8. WWF Heavyweight Champ Hulk Hogan vs. Iron Sheik
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 7/2/85

1.        Lanny Poffo pinned Terry Gibbs at 6:34 with a moonsault (Poffo's MSG debut) (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

2.        Tony Atlas pinned Matt Borne at 7:02 with a press slam / splash combo (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

3.        Jim Brunzell pinned Moondog Spot with a dropkick at 12:22 (Brunzell's MSG debut) (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

4.        Randy Savage pinned Rick McGraw at 12:51 with the flying elbowdrop; after the bout, Savage threw McGraw to the floor (Savage's
MSG debut) (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

5.        Desiree Peterson pinned Judy Martin with a roll up into a bridge at 16:05 (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

6.        King Kong Bundy (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tony Garea at 6:17 following the Avalanche

7.        Ricky Steamboat defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via count out at 14:20 (6/21/85; Madison Square Garden)

 

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 7/9/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY   26 minutes)
1. Tony Colon vs. Jose Luis Rivera 
2. Salvatore Bellomo vs. Miguel Feliciano 
3. Brutus Beefcake & Johnny Valiant Interview (Finally announced his hometown) 
4. Tony Garea vs. Butcher Vachon (No Finish) 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING  7/16/85

hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse Ventura:

1.        Jose Luis Rivera pinned Tony Colon with a sunset flip at 2:40 (6/2/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)

2.        Salvatore Bellomo pinned Miguel Feliciano with a mule kick (3/31/84; Philadelphia Spectrum)

3.        Tony Garea pinned Butcher Vachon with a sunset flip (10/22/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)

4.        Tiger Chung Lee pinned SD Jones (10/22/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)

5.        Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Nikolai Volkoff & the Iron Sheik
(w/ Freddie Blassie) to win the titles at 3:13 when Rotundo pinned Sheik after both Volkoff and Windham reversed the pin position
behind the referee's back (Tag Team Champions) (Championship Wrestling   6/17/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid Hudson Civic Center)
  Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Swede Hanson after hitting him with his loaded forearm support; after the bout, Sharpe returned to the ring

6.        but was attacked by Hanson who removed Sharpe's forearm support to reveal a foreign object inside (10/22/83; Philadelphia
Spectrum)

7.        Jimmy Snuka (w/ Buddy Rogers) defeated WWF IC Champion Don Muraco via disqualification in a Fijian strap match when the champion took off the strap and began whipping Snuka with it (10/22/83; Philadelphia Spectrum)

 

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 8/26/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)

1.       Tony Garea v. Moondog Spot

2.       Jim Powers v. AJ Petruski

3.       Swede Hansen v. Charlie Fulton

4.       Nikolai Volkoff v. George Wells

5.       Dick Murdoch v. Barry Windham

6.       Bruno & David Sammartino v. Paul Orndorff & Bobby Heenan

7.       Mike Rotundo v. Mr. X

8.       Moondog Rex v. Tony Atlas

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/31/85 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)

1.       Jesse Ventura v. Tito Santana

2.       Paul Roma v. Barro O

3.       Tony Atlas v. Moondog Rex

4.       Hercules Hernandez v. Scott McGhee

5.       King Tonga v. Bob Orton

6.       Hart Foundation v. Hillbilly Jim & Uncle Elmer


PRIME TIME WRESTLING 3/17/86 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 40MIN 
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Jesse “The Body” Ventura 
(All Matches are from Madison Square Garden 3/86) 
1. Chigusa Nagayo & Lioness Asuka [The Crush Girls] v. Penny Mitchel & Leilani Kai (The Crush Girls were GREAT!) 
2. Magnificent Muraco v. King Tonga [Haku, Meng] 
3. Int – Tito Santana & JYD 
4. Interviews with several of the wrestlers and football players in the upcoming Wrestlemania 2 Battle Royal. 
5. Sivi Afi v. Moondog Spot 
6. Int – Terry and Hoss Funk (Hoss was Dory Funk Jr. And contrary to what you might think, it was Dory’s 
idea to change his name to Hoss, not Vince McMahon.) 
7. Jake “The Snake” Roberts v. Leaping Lanny Poffo (Jake’s MSG debut) 
8. Dump Matsumoto & Bull Nakano v. Linda Gonzales & Velvet McIntyre 
9. Ricky Steamboat v. Mr. Fuji 
10. Jimmy Hart interviews Mr. T. T is wearing a kilt like his Wrestlemania 2 opponent Roddy Piper. Hart tells Mr. T 
that he has the Funk brothers out at ringside to watch his back, so Mr. T brings out the Junkyard Dog to even up things. 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 3/24/86

included Jimmy Hart (sub. for Jesse Ventura) conducting an in ring interview with Mr. T, who was dressed in a kilt, with Mr. T
bringing out the Junkyard Dog to stay at ringside, while Hart had Terry & Dory Funk Jr. at ringside with him; Mr. T ended up pushing
down Hart after he said Piper would knock him out within 10 seconds at WrestleMania 2 (3/15/86; Chicago, IL; Rosemont Horizon):

1.        Lioness Asuka & Chigusa Nagoya defeated Leilani Kai & Penny Mitchell at 7:05 when Nagoya pinned Mitchell with a flying
bodypress off the top (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)

2.        Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned King Tonga at 8:05 after using Fuji's cane behind the referee's back who was distracted by
Fuji on the apron (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)

3.        Sivi Afi pinned Moondog Spot at 7:07 with a flying bodypress (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)

4.        Jake Roberts pinned Lanny Poffo with the DDT at 6:49; after the bout, Roberts laid Damien on top of Poffo (Roberts' MSG
debut) (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)

5.        Dump Matsumoto & Bull Nakano defeated Linda Gonzalez & Velvet McIntyre when Matsumoto pinned Gonzalez at 10:02 with
a diving headbutt (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)

6.        Ricky Steamboat pinned Mr. Fuji at 6:09 with a flying crossbody (3/16/86; Madison Square Garden)

 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/14/86 (VERY GOOD   1 hour 33 minutes)
1. Jake "The Snake" Roberts vs. George Wells
2. "Leaping" Lanny Poffo vs. "Cowboy" Bob Orton
3. British Bulldogs & Captain Lou Albano interview
4. King Tonga vs. Paul Christy
5. Corporal Kirschner vs. Iron Mike Sharpe
6. Rougeau Bros. vs. Moondogs
7. Junkyard Dog & Haiti Kid interview
8. Ricky Steamboat vs. Magnificent Muraco (Martial Arts Match)
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/21/86 (VERY GOOD   1 hour 24 minutes)
1. "Cowboy" Bob Orton vs. Jobber
2. "Iron" Mike Sharpe vs. Andre Malo
3. Jake "The Snake" Roberts interview (Jake uses the "Trust Me" line 5 years before it became famous) Tony Atlas & "Leaping"
Lanny Poffo vs. Johnny K 9 & Joe Mirto
4. Randy "Macho Man" Savage & Elizabeth interview
5. Paul Roma vs. Jerry Adams
6. Bruno Sammartino vs. Nikolai Volkoff (WWF Classic)
7. Japanese Devils (Bull Nakano & Dump Matsumoto) vs. Candice Pardue & Susan Starr
8. King Tonga & Ted Arcidi vs. Don Koloff & "Silent" Brian Mackney (Mackney is deaf, he raises his hand as they announce
Arcidi, too funny, Remember Jericho's "Silent" Brian Mackney clause)
9. Tag Champs Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake vs. British Bulldogs (Title Change, WM2)
10. Greg Valentine, Brutus Beefcake & "Luscious" Johnny Valiant interview
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/28/86 (VERY GOOD   1 hour 36 minutes)
 This is the first show that Bobby Heenan Co Host's
1. Tony Garea vs. Nikolai Volkoff
2. Scott McGhee vs. Jake "The Snake" Roberts
3. Tito Santana interview
4. King Tonga vs. Paul Christy
5. "Leaping" Lanny Poffo vs. Rene Goulet
6. Mr. Fuji & Professor Toru Tanaka vs. Jose Gonzalez & Lenny Hurst (WWF Classic, 2/3 falls, Hurst is Haku)
7. Sivi Afi vs. "Iron" Mike Sharpe
8. "Adorable" Adrian Adonis & Jimmy Hart interview (ad lib at its worst)
9. Corporal Kirschner vs. Iron Sheik

  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 5/5/86 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan
Actually, Heenan is still subbing for Jesse “The Body” Ventura , but before too long it would become obvious that Heenan
And Monsoon had an absolutely INCREDIBLE chemistry, and Heenan would wind up permanently replacing Ventura .
1. Terry & Dory Funk v. Jeff Gripley & Ivan McDonald (Dory for some reason, isn’t announced as Hoss, but by his real
name.)
2. Bobby “The Brain” Heenan v. Salvatore Bellomo ( MSG   Why was Heenan wrestling? Actually, when he was asked in his
shoot interview, Heenan said that they just put his name on the booking sheet. No angle or anything. He was just
scheduled to wrestle. What’s even more amazing, is that Heenan pinned him cleanly!)
3. Int – Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff
4. B. Brian Blair v. Iron Mike Sharpe (MSG 2/84)
5. Leaping Lanny Poffo v. The Gladiator (Poffo wins with a Moonsault!)
6. Int – Randy “Macho Man” Savage
7. Donna Christianello v. Linda Gonzales
8. Tony Atlas & Tony Garea v. Steve Lombardi & The Menace
9. The Hart Foundation v. Ron Dee & Mario Mancini
10. Ted Arcidi v. Chuck Simpson
11. Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy v. Jim Powers & Michael Saxon

PRIME TIME WRESTLING [24/7] 5/19/86 (GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 36MIN
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan
Matches 1 6 are from the Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto .
1. Danny Spivey v. “Adorable” Adrian Adonis”
2. Tiger Chung Lee v. Don Kolov
3. Int – Paul Orndorff
4. Bret Hart v. Jim Brunzell
5. Int – Nikolai Volkioff
6. Jim Neidhart v. B. Brian Blair
7. Billy the Kid & Little John v. Bobo Johnson & Cowboy Colt (MSG 1976)
8. Johnny K 9 v. Scott McGhee
9. Jimmy Jack & Hoss Funk v. George Wells & Leaping Lanny Poffo

  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/2/86 [24/7] 1HR 15MIN
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan. Heenan is claiming to be the host of the show with Gorilla as his
co host, but is still quite upset that Jesse Ventura’s name is still listed on the title screen and not his own.
Matches 1 5& 7 are from the Boston Garden .
1. Magnificent Muraco v. Danny Spivey
2. Tony Garea v. Mr. X
3. Int – Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine
4. Lanny Poffo v. Psycho Capone
5. King Tonga v. Tiger Chung Lee
6. Int – Hoss & Jimmy Jack Funk
7. British Bulldogs v. Hart Foundation
8. THE MATING GAME! Hosted by Vince McMahon. This was a segment in the same vein of “The Dating Game”
Jimmy Hart, Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart are our eligible bachelors for the evening. Some poor lady has a tough choice
to make. In the end, the joke is on the Hart Foundation.
9. Big John Studd v. Ted Arcidi
 
 PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/9/86 [24/7] 1HR 35MIN
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan.
Matches 1 4 are from the Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto .
1. George “The Animal” Steele v. Adorable Adrian Adonis (joined in progress)
2. Cannonball Parisi v. Steve Lobardi
3. Int – Magnificent Muraco & Mr. Fuji
4. Jacques & Raymond Rougeau v. Hercules Hernandez & Terry Gibbs
5. Int – Billy Jack Haynes
6. Moondogs v. Tony Parks & Nelson Villieux
7. Andre the Giant v. Ivan Koloff
8. SD Jones & Paul Roma v. The Menace & Jim Haley
9. King Kong Bundy v. Tony Atlas
 
  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/16/86 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 30MIN
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan.
Matches 1 8 are from Boston
1. Sivi Afi v. Bret Hart
2. Jim Neidhart v. Leaping Lanny Poffo
3. Int – British Bulldogs
4. Tony Garea v. Iron Mike Sharpe
5. Int – Hoss Funk
6. Hercules Hernandez v. Scott McGhee
7. Big John Studd v. Jim Powers & Ricky Hunter (Studd & Heenan offer $15,000 to either of the men if they can slam
Studd. King Tonga comes to the ring though, and challenges Studd as well. The ref doesn’t allow it, and Studd
beats is two opponents. Afterward, Tonga runs in and DECISIVELY SLAMS STUDD! Gorilla Monsoon has a ball
needling Heenan about it afterward.
8.      Greg Valentine, Brutus Beefcake & Johnny Valiant v. Danny Spivey, Pedro Morales & Daveyboy Smith
 
 PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/23/86 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 30MIN
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan. The show is joined just as the first match begins.
Matches 1 8 are from Madison Square Garden ( 6/14/86 )
1. Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey v. The Moondogs
2. Pedro Morales v. The Iron Sheik
3. Int – Hulk Hogan
4. Lord Littlebrook v. Cowboy Lang
5. Mean Gene Okerlund is on location in Japan looking to find Japan ’s premiere tag team, The Machines! Okerlund
is asking various people on the street where he can find them. He’s not having the best of luck though.
6. Hoss Funk v. George Wells
7. Int – Tito Santana
8. Harley Race v. Leaping Lanny Poffo
9. George “The Animal” Steele v. Nikolai Volkoff
 
 PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/30/86 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 2HRS
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan. Heenan is now officially listed as hosting the show alongside
Gorilla Monsoon. And I have to tell you. There was never a better pairing of two announcers than Heenan and Monsoon.
All Matches are from MSG
1. Bob Orton v. Pedro Morales (3/86)
2. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff v. Cpl Kirchner & Dan Spivey (2/86)
3. Int – Iron Sheik
4. TNT with Gene Okerlund and Lord Alfred Hayes. This was a talk show with our hosts interviewing various
5. wrestlers in a blatant ripoff of Johnny Carson and the Tonight Show. Our first guests are Mr. Fuji and the Magnificent
6. Muraco, who actually did a stand up comedy act. It was so bad, it was hilarious.
7. George Wells v. Hercules Hernandez (3/86)
8. Bret Hart v. Jim Brunzell (Very Good Match! 12/85)
9. Int – Adorable Adrian Adonis
10. King Kong Bundy v. Hillbilly Jim (3/86)
11. “Superfly” Afi v. Ron Shaw (With Jimmy Snuka recently gone from the WWF, Sivi Afi makes his first appearance in
MSG with the WWF obviously attempting to pass him off as the NEW “Superfly”. 1/86)
12. Big John Studd v. Paul Orndorff (1/86)
 
 PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/7/86 [24/7] 2HRS
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan
1. Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy v. Mike Saxton & Jim Powers
2. footage from “ Japan ”, where Gene Okerlund is on location with an interview with the “Japanese” tag team, the Super
Machine, and the “Giant” Machine. The Super Machine is actually Bill (Masked Superstar, Demolition Ax) Eadie, and
speaks English with a terrible imitation of a Japanese accent. The Giant Machine doesn’t speak much at all, but what little he
says, makes it obvious as to who he really is. Heenan of course, is FURIOUS! He easily sees that the Giant Machine is of
course Andre the Giant and vows to get to the bottom of the story.
3. The Crush Girls (Chigusha Nagayo & Lioness Asuka) v. Black Venus & Leilani Kai
4. Int – Randy “Macho Man” Savage
5. TNT with Gene Okerlund & Lord Alfred Hayes. Their guest is Randy Savage and some doctor who is studying
what it means to be “Macho”. Footage is shown of this guy interviewing Savage as part of his case study. Ridiculous stuff.
It’s so bad, it’s funny.
6. Billy Jack Haynes v. Marconi
7. Pedro Morales v. Barry O
8. Leaping Lanny Poffo & George Wells v. Rusty Brooks & Johnny K 9
9. Hart Foundation v. The Killer Bees (VERY GOOD MATCH! Toronto )
 
 PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/14/86 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan
1. Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey v. Les Thorton & Tiger Chung Lee
2. Pedro Morales v. Moondog Spot
3. Int – Iron Sheik
4. The Mating Game, featuring the Hart Foundation. A spoof on the “Dating Game”. Very funny, as Jim Neidhart is the
bachelor, and one of the bachelorettes is…Well that would spoil the surprise.
5. Harley Race v. Tony Atlas
6. Int – King Tonga
7. Billy Jack Haynes v. Moondog Rex
8. King Tonga v. Pete Doherty
9. Int – Gene Okerlund is on location in “Japan” with the Machines discussing their imminent arrival in the WWF. Okerlund
still talks to them as if they are actually Japanese wrestlers, but it seems to be a tongue in cheek sort of thing, as Okerlund
hints that they both remind him of Masked Superstar and Andre the Giant. Heenan is of course, still upset that he seems to
be the only one who knows who the Machines really are. And of course, Gorilla Monsoon is having lots of fun egging
Heenan on.
10. Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff v. The Moondogs ((Orndorff still thinks he has something to prove here, as he refuses to
tag Hogan into the match. Orndorff pretty much wins the match without ever letting Hogan get in the ring, and
ignores Hogan during the post match pose down as he courts the fans’ cheers. Hogan, ever the good friend, doesn’t
show any signs of being offended. Does this mean that everything is ok again between the two? We’ll see…)
 
 PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/21/86 [24/7] 1HR 33MIN
Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan
1. Billy Jack Haynes v. Brutus Beefcake
2. Tony Atlas v. Lanny Poffo (rare babyface v. babyface match. Atlas wins, but they both shake hands after the match.)
3. Int – Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey
4. British Bulldogs v. The Moondogs
5. Int from TNT. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff. The Sheik has his own personal camel outside in the parking lot, and teaches
Nikolai to ride.
6. SD Jones & Paul Roma v. Mike Brown & Paul Berger
7. Int – Magnificent Muraco & Mr. Fuji
8. Monsoon & Heenan recap the events leading to Paul Orndorff & Hulk Hogan’s upcoming match with King Kong Bundy
and Big John Studd
9. Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff v. King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (In the biggest shocker of the year, ORNDORFF
TURNS ON HOGAN AND REJOINS BOBBY HEENAN! Orndorff obviously was upset about the missed phone call,
but was even more upset and JEALOUS that Hogan was more popular with the crowd. That phone call was just the
last straw, and the opening that Heenan needed to encourage Orndorff to turn heel again and rejoin “The Brain’s”
Family. Afterward, Orndorff celebrates with Heenan, Studd, Bundy and Adrian Adonis.)


WWF Prime Time Wrestling 7/28/86 [24/7] (EXCELLENT   1 hour 33 minutes)
1. Harley Race v. Tony Garea
2. Pedro Morales v. Iron Mike Sharpe
3. Flower Shop – Paul Orndorff and Bobby Heenan fresh off Orndorff’s recent heel turn on Hulk Hogan.
4. Gene Okerlund on location with Adrian Adonis, Jimmy Hart and Adrian’s personal florist (who is very VERY gay) at a real flowershop
picking out flowers for Adrian’s Flowershop set. Lot’s of hilarious one liners by Okerlund.
5. Penny Mitchell v. Velvet McEntyre
6. Gorilla Monsoon shows off a magazine with the Machines on the cover.  Heenan of course, is furious because he’s been trying to prove
that one of the Machines is Andre the Giant.
7. Swede Hansen v. King Kong Bundy (Hansen used to be a big heel in the WWF, but now past his prime and close to the end of his career,
Hansen had wrestled as a babyface.)
8. George Wells & Lanny Poffo v. Rusty Brooks & Johnny K9
9. Bret Hart v. Ricky Steamboat (FANTASTIC MATCH! This was their first and only singles match.)
10. Randy Savage & Adrian Adonis v. Tito Santana & Bruno Sammartino (Cage Match)

WWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING 8/4/86 [24/7] (EXCELLENT – 1hr 34min)
All matches are from the Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens
1. Jake Roberts v. Sivi Afi (No match, as Jake isn’t even dressed to wrestle, but comes to ringside and challenges Ricky Steamboat to a
Snake Pit match. The ref gives the match to Afi via forfeit, but Afi doesn’t get to celebrate because Jake proceeds to beat the hell out of
Afi and finish him off with the DDT! )
2. Hercules Hernandez v. Scott McGee
3. Terry & Hoss Funk v. Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey
4. From TNT – Gene Okerlund interviews Bobby Heenan and his new find from Korea. “Kim Chee” Kim Chee (no relation to Kamala’s handler)
is obviously a masked Big John Studd. Studd eventually takes the mask off during the interview though, as Heenan did this only to prove
how silly it is that Andre the Giant comes out with a mask on as one of the Machines and nobody wants to acknowledge that it’s really Andre
under the mask.
5. Iron Sheik v. Billy Jack Haynes (Nikolai Volkoff tries to interfere, but it backfires causing Haynes to score an upset victory.
6. SD Jones v. Rusty Brooks
7. The Rougeau Brothers v. The Moondogs
8. Dynamite Kid v. Brutus Beefcake
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 8/11/86 [24/7] (EXCELLENT   1 hour 30 minutes)
1. Video – The Rougeau Brothers water skiing
2. Rougeau Brothers v. Les Thorton & Terry Gibbs
3. Jimmy Jack Funk v. Tony Garea
4. Ricky Steamboat v. Moondog Spot
5. Al Davarro & Jimmy Kent v. Leaping Lanny Poffo & Sivi Afi
6. Hercules v. Tony Stetson
7. Billy Jack Haynes v. Steve Lombardi
8. Daveyboy Smith v. Greg Valentine
9. Int – Hulk Hogan comments on Paul Orndorff’s recent heel turn. Footage is shown of the events leading up to Orndorff turning on the Hulkster.

 Prime Time Wrestling 8/18/86 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
1. Pedro Morales vs. Terry Funk
2. Bobby Heenan shows up late
3. Killer Bees vs. Les Thornton & Barry O
4. "Macho Man" Randy Savage interview
5. Women's Champ Fabulous Moolah vs. Velvet McIntyre
6. British Bulldogs vs. Iron Mike Sharpe & Gino Carabello (Bulldogs brawl with Greg "The Hammer" Valentine & Brutus Beefcake after the match)
7. Hulk Hogan Interview
8. Adrian Adonis' "Flower Shop" Roddy Piper interrupts the show to take the Piper's Pit show back "Cowboy" Bob Orton comes in with a PINK Cowboy Hat (This is the very start of Roddy Piper's babyface turn)
9. Salvatore Bellomo vs. Brutus Beefcake (from 1984)
10. Hart Foundation Interview (Bret Hart refers to Mike Rotunda as "Retardo")
11. Moondogs vs. Nelson Veilleux & Serge Jodoin (The Moondogs are managed by Jimmy Hart
here, this didn't last long)
12. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat & Junkyard Dog vs. Don "Magnificent" Muraco & Mr. Fuji
 
 Prime Time Wrestling 8/25/86 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
1. Interviews w/JYD / Ricky Steamboat
2. Lanny Poffo vs. Mr. X
3. Tito Santana vs. Bob Orton Jr.
4. Dick Slater vs. Pete Doherty
5. Mr. Fuji names Little Tokyo as his new protégé (from TNT, hilarious as Tokyo is dressed in a tuxedo and looks like Mr. Fuji's Mini Me)
6. The Flower Shop Interview Segment w/Slick, Blassie, Volkoff, Hercules & Iron Sheik (Roddy Piper interrupts the interview)
7. Paul Roma & S.D. Jones vs. Terry Gibbs & Jobber
8. Hart Foundation vs. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff
 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING AUGUST – SEPTEMBER 1985 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
Matches take place during the August and September airings of Primetime Wrestling.   Some matches may be clipped.

1.       Big John Studd, Adrian Adonis & Bobby Heenan v. Mike Rotundo, Barry Windham & George “The Animal”
Steele (MSG 6/85)

2.       Mad Dog Vachon v. Lanny Keene

3.       Jesse Ventura v. Billy Travis

4.       B. Brian Blaire v. Iron Mike Sharpe

5.       JYD v. Max Blue

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/6/86 (Very Good Quality)

1.        Randy Savage v. Pedro Morales

2.        Les Thorton v. Nick Kinisky

3.        Magnificent Muraco v. King Tonga (The Big Event)

4.        Ted Arcidi v. Tony Garea (The Big Event)

5.        Dick Slater v. Iron Mike Sharpe (The Big Event)

6.        Pipers Pit – Roddy and Adorable Adrian Adonis confront each other

7.        Int – Paul Orndorff from TNT

8.        Rougeau Brothers v. Dream Team

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/8/86 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
1. Jake Roberts v. Sivi Afi
2. Gene Okerlund interviews Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage at Savage’s home.
3. Int – Paul Orndorff has some words for Hulk Hogan on his recent heel turn and Gorilla Monsoon for their conversation last week.
4. Billy Jack Haynes v. Hercules Hernandez
5. Paul Orndorff v. Cpl. Kirchner
6. Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey v. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff
 
  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 9/22/86 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN 
1. Pat Patterson vs. Kamala 
2. Terry Gibbs vs. Moondog Rex 
3. George "The Animal" Steele interview 
4. Velvet McIntyre & Desiree Peterson vs. Penny Mitchell & Peggy Patterson (WWF Womens Tag Team Title) 
5. British Bulldogs vs. Jack Foley & scrub 
6. Jose Luis Rivera vs. Moondog Spot 
7. Randy "Macho Man" Savage interview 
8. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine & Brutus Beefcake vs. Killer Bees (Tag Team Title) 
 
 
  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 9/30/86 [24/7] 2HRS 
1. Cousin Luke vs. "Cowboy" Bob Orton 
2. The Flower Shop with "Cowboy" Bob Orton goes head to head with Piper's Pit with Magnificent Muraco this turns into a brawl with Muraco, Orton, & Adonis attacking Piper, injuring his knee, and destroying the set of Piper's Pit GREAT ANGLE! 
4. Sivi Afi vs. "The Duke Of Dorchester " Pete Doherty 
5. Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy interview 
6. Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey vs. Hart Foundation 
7. Pedro Morales vs. Rene Goulet 
8. Jake "The Snake" Roberts interview 
9. British Bulldogs vs. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (Tag Team Title) 
10. clip of Hulk Hogan beating up Bobby "The Brain" Heenan at Wrestlemania 2
 
 
  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 10/9/86 [24/7]
 (Special Thursday Edition) 
1. Billy Jack Haynes vs. "Cowboy" Bob Orton 
2. Islanders vs. Moondogs 
3. Iron Sheik & Slick interview 
4. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper interview he destorys the Flower Shop 
5. "Mr. Magnificent" Steve Regal (debut) vs. Jose Luis Rivera 
6. S.D. Jones vs. Mr. X 
7. Tito Santana vs. King Harley Race 
8. Jesse Ventura interviews Hulk Hogan 
9. Rougeau Bros. vs. Hart Foundation 
 
  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 10/14/86 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
1. "Cowboy" Frankie Lane vs. Barry O 
2. Sivi Afi vs. Iron Mike Sharpe 
3. Honky Tonk Man interview (This is one of Honky's first appearances, and he is a babyface!) 
4. Jose Luis Rivera vs. Mr. X 
5. Jerry Allen vs. Tiger Chung Lee 
6. Paul Roma vs. Terry Gibbs 
7. Wizard (King Curtis Iaukea) interview 
8. Mike Rotundo vs. The Iron Sheik 
9. Pedro Morales vs. Hercules Hernandez 
10. Randy "Macho Man" Savage vs. George "The Animal" Steele (Intercontinental Title) 


 PRIME TIME WRESTLING 10/21/86 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN 
1. Corporal Kirschner vs. Magnificent Muraco 
2. Junkyard Dog vs. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine 
3. Killer Bees interview 
4. Paul Roma & S.D. Jones vs. scrubs 
5. Nick Kiniski vs. Steve Lombardi 
6. Magnificent Muraco interview 
7. Piper's Pit with Jimmy Hart Roddy Piper ties Hart to a chair and forces him to drink mouth wash 
8. Training Session with Paul "Mr. Wonderful" Orndorff 
9. Hulk Hogan & Junkyard Dog vs. Terry & Hoss Funk 

TAPE #1539 PRIME TIME WRESTLING 10/28/86 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 30MIN 
1. Corporal Kirschner vs. King Harley Race 
2. Sika vs. Jerry Allen 
3. Rowdy Roddy Piper interview 
4. Islanders vs. Jimmy Jack Funk & Mr. X 
5. Corporal Kirschner & George "The Animal" Steele vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Iron Sheik 
6. Hillbilly Jim at home 
7. Rudy Diamond vs. Mr. X 
8. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine & Brutus Beefcake interview 
9. Junkyard Dog vs. King Kong Bundy 

  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 11/3/86 [24/7] 1HR 
 (Special 1 hour Monday episode) 
1. S.D. Jones vs. Brutus Beefcake 
2. Steve Gatorwolf vs. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine 
3. Dynamite Kid vs. Moondog Rex 
4. Raymond Rougeau vs. Brett Hart 
5. King Harley Race has a confrontation with Gorilla Monsoon 
 
  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 11/11/86 [24/7] 1HR 35MIN 
It’s tag team night, as all of our matches consist of tag team wrestlers in singles matches against each other.
1. Iron Shiek v. Jacques Rougeau (Jacques scores an upset pinfall on the former WWF Heavyweight Champion!)
2. Mike Rotundo v. Jim Brunzell (rare babyface match.)
3. Daveyboy Smith v. Greg Valentine
4. Int – Hart Foundation
5. SD Jones v. Moondog Spot
6. Nikolai Volkoff v. Haku
7. Tama v. Moondog Rex
8. Dynamite Kid v. Jim Neidhart
9. King Kong Bundy v. Super Machine
 
 
  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 11/18/86 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN 
1. Gorilla Monsoon presents Bobby Heenan with a gift 
2. "Leaping" Lanny Poffo vs. Sika 
3. B. Brian Blair vs. Brutus Beefcake 
4. WWF Wrestling Figures Commercial 
5. Bobby Heenan takes Slick to a bank to purchase the contract of Hercules Hernandez 
6. Piper's Pit with Magnificent Muraco Adrian Adonis & "Cowboy" Bob Orton come in they all attack Piper and smash Piper's 
knee with a chair and smear his face in makeup 
7. Davey Boy Smith vs. Iron Sheik 
8. Nikolai Volkoff vs. Tama 
9. Pedro Morales vs. "Cowboy" Bob Orton 
10. WWF Wrestling Figures Commercial 
11. Jake "The Snake" Roberts interview 
12. Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine vs. Junkyard Dog & Tito Santana (from 4/85) 
13. Bobby Heenan opens the gift that Gorilla Monsoon gave him

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/25/86 [24/7]
1. Leilani Kai & Judy Martin v. Penny Mitchell & Candice Perdue
2. Hercules Hernandez v. Salvatore Bellomo
3. Int – British Bulldogs
4. Billy Jack Haynes v. Bob Orton
5. Koko B. Ware v. Jimmy Jack Funk
6. Sika v. Scott McGhee
7. Raymond Rougeau & Lanny Poffo v. The Moondogs

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

 

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 12/11/86 [24/7] 1 hour 35 minutes
1. Pedro Morales vs. Dino Bravo
2. Mean Gene asks a Doctor how severe Ricky Steamboat's injury is
3. Referee Danny Davis interview
4. Frankie Lane vs. Jose Luis Rivera (RIVERA WINS!)
5. Paul Roma vs. Steve Lombardi
6. Jesse Ventura interviews Jack Tunney
7. Gorilla Monsoons questions Bobby Heenan about Andre the Giant's reinstatement hearing
8. Jesse Ventura interviews Honky Tonk Man (Ventura tells Honky that the fans don't like him)
9. Honky Tonk Man vs. Mr. X
10. "Adorable" Adrian Adonis vs. Paul Roma
11. Tito Santana vs. "The Natural" Butch Reed
 
 
WWF Prime Time 12/17/86 [24/7] (1 hour 31 minutes)
1. Interviews w/Slick / Randy Savage
2. British Bulldogs vs. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff
3. Butch Reed vs. Steve Gatorwolf
4. Dr. Bob Ponovich is interviewed on Ricky Steamboat's recovery
5. WWF "Wang Chung" Music Video
6. Dick Slater vs. Jake Roberts
7. Dan Spivey vs. Moondog Spot
8. Adrian Adonis vs. S.D. Jones (Piper/Adonis brawl, locker room clears)
9. Moondog Rex vs. Mike Rotunda
10. The Islander vs. Don Muraco & Bob Orton Jr. 
 
  PRIME TIME WRESTLING 12/23/86 [24/7] 1HR 35MIN 
It’s the Christmas episode with some great back and forth commentary between Heenan and Monsoon.
1. Blackjack Muligan v. Jimmy Jack Funk
2. SD Jones v. Iron Mike Sharpe 
3. Update – Ricky Steamboat’s recovery from his throat injury
4. Promo – Blackjack Mulligan
5. Int – Jesse Ventura interviews Andre the Giant and asks Andre about Bobby Heenan’s involvement in Andre’s reinstatement to the WWF.
6. Harley Race v. Pedro Morales (Former NWA and WWWF Champions go at it.)
7. A Christmas Carol – Starring Roddy Piper as “Ebenezer Piper”
8. Gorilla Monsoon welcomes Gene Okerlund to the Primetime set and exchanges gifts with him. Gene and Heenan get into it over some money
that Heenan failed to pay Okerlund from a previous wager.
9. Dick Slater v. Steve Lombardi
10. Int – Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey
11. Dino Bravo v. Cpl. Kirchner
12. JYD v. Adrian Adonis
13. Promo –Danny Davis comments on the fans booing him during the matches that he’s refereeing.
14. Hulk Hogan v. Hercules (From SNME)
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 12/29/86 (VERY GOOD   1 hour 58 minutes)
1. Honky Tonk Man vs. Sivi Afi (HTM attacks Afi before the match, match is reset 4 later) 
2. Jose Luis Rivera vs. Steve Lombardi
3. Blackjack Mulligan Interview
4. Update: Savage injures Steamboat's throat
5. Outback Jack Promo
6. Paul Roma vs. Terry Gibbs
7. Roddy Piper Interview
8. Special Report: Andre the Giant gets re instated
9. Tag Champs Hart Foundation vs. Dick Slater & Cpl. Kirschner
10. WWF Figures commercial
11. Honky Tonk Man vs. Sivi Afi (Tito Santana/HTM Co
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 1/5/87 [24/7] (1 hour 34 minutes)
1. Dream Team vs. Islanders
2. Hulk Hogan Video
3. Tito Santana vs. Jake Roberts (incomplete)
4. Sivi Afi vs. Harley Race
5. Hart Foundation Interview
6. Highlights of Lou Albano's last WWF appearance for several years
7. New U.S. Express (Rotunda & Spivey) & S.D. Jones vs. Hart Foundation & Adrian Adonis
8. Hillbilly Jim v. Don Muraco

 PRIME TIME WRESTLING 1/14/87 [24/7] 1HR 33MIN 
1. Greg Valentine v. “The Rebel” Dick Slater
2. Sivi Afi v. Frenchy Martin
3. Promo – Blackjack Mulligan
4. The Can Am Connection get mobbed by female fans as they try to enter the arena
5. Promo – Outback Jack is out in the bush with the Aboriginies.
6. Sika v. Cpl. Kirchner
7. Hart Foundation v. The Islanders (Toronto)
8. British Bulldogs v. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff
9. Snake Pit – Blackjack Mulligan
10. King Harley Race v. Billy Jack Haynes

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 1/12/87 (VG Q) 1HR 40MIN 
1. Magnificent Muraco v. Leaping Lanny Poffo 
2. Jimmy Jack Funk v. Danny Spivey 
3. Int – Kamala 
4. Promo – Outback Jack 
5. Brutus Beefcake v. Blackjack Mulligan 
6. Hillbilly Jim v. Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart 
7. Mike Rotundo v. Pete Dougherty 
8. Toma v. Scott Mcghee 
9. Hulk Hogan v. Paul Orndorff (Steel Cage match from the 1/3/87SNME) 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/19/87 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
1. Don Muraco v. Lanny Poffo
2. Dan Spivey v. Jimmy Jack Funk
3. Int Kamala
4. Promo – Outback Jack at the local bar.
5. Promo – Honkytonk Man and Jimmy Hart at Graceland
6. Pipers Pit – Hulk Hogan receives a huge trophy for 3 years as WWF Champion. Andre the Giant comes out to congratulate him.
7. Blackjack Mulligan v. Brutus Beefcake
8. Snake Pit – Sal Bellomo
9. Hillbilly Jim v. Jim Neidhart
10. Mike Rotundo v. Pete Doherty (Beefcake & Valentine attack Rotundo after the match. Spivey makes the save.)
11. Tama v. Scott McGhee
12. Hulk Hogan v. Paul Orndorff (Steel Cage Match from SNME.)

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 1/26/87 [24/7] (1 hour 34 minutes)
1. Interviews w/King Kong Bundy / Can Am Connection
2. New U.S. Express (Spivey & Rotunda) vs. Dream Team (Valentine & Beefcake)
3. Piper's Pit w/Jack Tunney (present Andre the Giant with a trophy for being undefeated for several years (Hulk Hogan comes out)
4. Jimmy Hart & Honky Tonk Man in Las Vegas
5. Dino Bravo vs. Scotty McGhee
6. Paul Roma vs. Barry O
7. Don Muraco vs. Koko B. Ware
8. Davey Boy Smith & Junk Yard Dog vs. Hart Foundation 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 2/2/87 [24/7] 1 hour 35 minutes
1. Paul Orndorff vs. George Steele
2. Ron Bass vs. S.D. Jones
3. Outback Jack Promo (Gets on a plane and flies to America)
4. Can Am Connection Promo
5. Jerry Allen vs. Tiger Chung Lee
6. Int – Slick & The Natural Butch Reed
7. Brad Rheingans vs. Frenchie Martin
8. Jimmy Jack Funk, Ron Bass & Gladiator vs. Blackjack Mulligan & New. U.S. Express (Spivey & Rotunda) 
9. Islanders vs. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff
10. Piper's Pit w/Jesse Ventura (Jesse promises to bring Andre next week if Piper brings Hogan)
11. Hercules vs. Jim Parks (Billy Jack Haynes comes out & Hercules attacks him during a full nelson challenge)
12. Harley Race vs. Junk Yard Dog (JYD beats up Heenan, Race attacks JYD) 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 2/13/87 [24/7] 1 hour 33 minutes
1. Hart Foundation v. Daveyboy Smith & Billy Jack Haynes
2. Pipers Pit – Andre the Giant challenges Hulk Hogan to a title match at Wrestlemania 3.
3. Promo – Honkytonk Man and Jimmy Hart at the recording studio.
4. Honkytonk Man v. Cpl. Kirchner
5. Nikolai Volkoff v. Blackjack Mulligan
6. Int – Jake Roberts
7. British Bulldogs v. Hart Foundation (The Hart Foundation win the WWF Tag Team Titles!)
8. Lanny Poffo v. Red Demon
9. Roddy Piper v. Adrian Adonis
10. Bruno Sammartino v. Randy Savage
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 2/16/87 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
1. King Kong Bundy v. Pete Doherty
2. Dino Bravo v. SD Jones
3. Gorilla Monsoon interviews Slick. Very funny interaction between Slick and Monsoon.
4. Piper’s Pit – Hulk Hogan decides on whether or not he’ll fight Andre the Giant at Wrestlemania 3.
5. Tito Santana v. Terry Gibbs (Just prior to the match, Danny Davis runs in and tries to replace the referee, attacking him in 
the process. WWF President Jack Tunny immediately runs out and suspends Danny Davis for life!)
6. Int – Danny Davis & Jimmy Hart
7. Koko B Ware v. The Demon
8. Tama v. Frenchy Martin
9. Haku v. Terry Gibbs
10. Int – Ricky Steamboat
11. Ricky Steamboat v. Sika
12. Strike Force v. Tiger Chung Lee & The Gladiator
13. Billy Jack Haynes v. Hercules
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 2/23/87 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
1. Kamala v. George Steele
2. Terry Gibbs v. Jose Luis Rivera
3. Snake Pit – It’s the shot heard ‘round the world as the Honkytonk Man blasts Jake Roberts over the head with his guitar.
4. Billy Jack Haynes v. King Harley Race
5. Lord Littlebrook v. Cowboy Lang
6. Blackjack Mulligan v. Jimmy Jack Funk (From SNME)
7. Empty arena interview with Roddy Piper
8. Islanders v. Joe Mirto & Al Navarro
9. King Kong Bundy v. Huk Hogan (Boston Garden)

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 3/2/87 [24/7] 
1. Sika v. Moondog Spot ( Toronto ) 
2. Outlaw Ron Bass v. SD Jones ( Toronto ) 
3. Cpl. Kirchner v. Johnny K 9 
4. Leaping Lanny Poffo & The Can Am Connection v. The Dream Team (Valentine & Beefcake) & Adorable Adrian Adonis 
  (During the match, Adonis accidentally cuts Beefcake’s hair! This leads to a loss for the heels, and the first sign of        
Beefcake’s babyface turn and his gimmick change into THE BARBER.) 
5. Billy Jack Haynes v. King Kong Bundy 
6. Paul Orndorff v. Pedro Morales 
7. Killer Bees v. Hart Foundation (GREAT MATCH! The Bees pull the ol’ Switcheroo with the masks and score a non title 
      upset!) 
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 3/9/87 [24/7]
1. Outback Jack v. Barry O
2. Sika v. Koko B. Ware
3. Tito Santana v. Butch Reed
4. Paul Roma v. Sal Bellomo (Sal is working as a heel in this match.)
5. Honkytonk Man v. Pedro Morales (Honky defends the IC Title against the former 2 time champ.)
6. King Kong Bundy v. Jake Roberts

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/16/87 [24/7]
1. Billy Jack Haynes/Hart Foundation/Dream Team/Honky Tonk Man
2. Jim Duggan vs. Moondog Spot
3. WrestleMania 3 Update
4. Killer Bees vs. Mike Sharpe & Tiger Chung Lee Ron Bass vs. S.D. Jones
5. Bob Orton Jr. & Don Muraco vs. Jerry Allen & Dan Spivey
6. Pedro Morales vs. Jimmy Jack Funk
7. Women's Tag Champs Glamour Girls vs. Velvet Mcintyre & Angie Minelli
8. Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan in France Video (Gorilla is looking for Andre the Giant) 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/23/87 [24/7]   1 hour 36 minutes
tracking line near the bottom of the screen.
Interviews w/Bob Euker & Mary Hart/Randy Savage/Hart Foundation & Danny Davis
1. Dino Bravo vs. Hillbilly Jim
2. Sivi Afi vs. Ivan McDonald
3. Demolition vs. Can Am Connection (Martel & Zenk)
4. S.D. Jones vs. Red Demon
5. Killer Bees vs. Kamala & Sika
6. Jose Luis Rivera vs. Johnny K 9
7. Bob Orton Jr. & Don Muraco vs. Paul Orndorff & King Kong Bundy (RARE HEEL V. HEEL MATCH)

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 3/30/87 [24/7]
1. Ron Bass v. Lanny Poffo
2. Fuji General with Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji
3. Demolition v. Dan Spivey & Jerry Allen 
4. The Final Pipers Pit – Piper says goodbye to the fans prior to his upcoming retirement match against Adrian Adonis at Wrestemania 3.
5. Honkytonk Man and Jimmy Hart in a recording session.
6. Sivi Afi v. Red Demon
7. Jake Roberts v. King Kong Bundy (SNME)
8. Blackjack Mulligan & Dan Spivey v. Tiger Chung Lee & Sal Bellomo
9. Int – Outback Jack
10. British Bulldogs v. Demolition

  
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/6/87 [24/7]
1. Blackjack Mulligan v. Tiger Chung Lee
2. Gene Okerlund re caps Wrestlemania 3
3. Ken Patera will soon be returning to the WWF. Several clips and interviews are shown.
4. Honkytonk Man v. Koko B Ware
5. Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji star in “Fuji Bandito” A western skit so bad, it was good.
6. Outlaw Ron Bass v. Sal Bellomo
7. Demolition v. The Islanders (MSG)
8. Hart Foundation v. Rougeau Brothers
9. short clip of next week’s Muraco/Fuji skit called “Fuji Chan”

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 4/13/87 [24/7] 1HR 40MIN
1. Hart Foundation v. Rougeau Brothers (Tag Title defense by the Harts   Boston)
2. Gene Okerlund arrives on the Primetime set and talks with Monsoon (and argues with Heenan. Pretty funny)
3. Update – Demolition
4. The Ken Patera Story pt. 1
5. Demolition v. Killer Bees (Toronto)
6. Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji in “Fuji Chan” (Also starring Fred Blassie & Fabulous Moolah)
7. Koko B. Ware v. Danny Davis
8. Judy Martin v. Desiree Peterson
9. Randy Savage v. JYD

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/21/87 [24/7] 1hr 47 minutes
1. Honkytonk Man v. George “The Animal” Steele (HTM has recently turned heel, and is still wearing those silly looking suspenders.)
2. Special Report – Brutus Beefcake’s recent face turn at Wrestlemania 3
3. Prison interview   Ken Patera. Bobby Heenan has nothing good to say about him.
4. Outback Jack v. jobber
5. Int – Koko B. Ware
6. B. Brian Blair v. Moondog Spot
7. Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji in yet another great and funny skit: “Fuji Goes to Hollywood”
8. Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper & Billy Jack Haynes v. Paul Orndorff, Adrian Adonis & Hercules (Boston Garden – This was Roddy Piper’s final appearance in the Boston Garden before his retirement match at Wrestlemania 3)
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/28/87 [24/7] 1hr 58 minutes
1. Mr. Fuji v. Hillbilly Jim (Tuxedo Match – MSG)
2. Fabulous Moolah v. Leilani Kai (MSG)
3. Honkytonk Man v. jobber
4. Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji star in “Fuji Vice”
5. George “The Animal” Steele v. Tiger Chung Lee
6. Islanders v. Moondog Spot & The Gladiator
7. Dynamite Kid v . Bret Hart

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 5/4/87 [24/7]
1.        Ken Patera Story Summary 
2.        Ken Patera & Bobby Heenan debate (Heenan begins to lash Patera with a belt so Patera snaps and gives Heenan whiplash with 
he belt around his neck, this is the injury Heenan sold w/ a neck brace for months. 
4.        George "The Animal" Steele vs. "Luscious" Johnny Valiant (Honky Tonk Man comes in) 
5.        Outback Jack vs. Frenchy Martin 
6.        "Jumping" Jim Brunzell vs. Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart 
7.        "Rebel" Dick Slater vs. "Natural" Butch Reed 
8.        Demolition vs. Paul Roma & Jim Powers (Demos use their theme before it had lyrics) 
9.        Update: Billy Jack Haynes/Hercules feud (Interview w/Haynes) 
10.     S.D. Jones vs. Dino Bravo 
11.     Tag Team Battle Royal from MSG w/Killer Bees, Hart Foundation, Rougeau Brothers, Bundy & Studd, Islanders, Machines, 
Bulldogs, Strongbow & Gatorwolf, Iron Sheik & Volkoff & Dream Team 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 5/11/87 [24/7]
1. Bret "Hitman" Hart vs. Davey Boy Smith (Danny Davis comes in after) 
2. Paul Roma vs. Steve Lombardi 
3.     Update: Ken Patera/Bobby Heenan Debate 
4.     Pete "Duke" Doherty vs. Sika 
5.     Magnificent Muraco & Mr. Fuji Do Stand Up Comedy on TNT 
6.     IC Champ Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat vs. Hercules (from Sat. Night's Main Event 5/2/87 ) 
7.     Luscious Johnny V interview 
8.     Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake vs. Luscious Johnny V (Beefcake's Debut as "The Barber, he "trims" the sides of V's hair) 
9.     George "The Animal" Steele vs. Honky Tonk Man 
10.    Randy "Macho Man" Savage interview 
11.     Paul Roma, Jim Powers & Joe Mirto vs. Nikolai Volkoff, Iron Sheik & "Natural" Butch Reed 
12.     Can Am Connection interview 
13.     WWF LJN Figures Commercial "Bring home all the action" 
14.     Rougeau Brothers vs. Magnificent Muraco & Cowboy Bob Orton 

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/18/87 [24/7]
1. Brutus Beefcake vs. Johnny Valiant (Beefcake cuts a little off the top) 
2. Sivi Afi vs. Mike Sharpe 
3. Update: Harley Race wants Hulk Hogan 
4. Can Am Connection vs. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff 
5. Nick Kiniski vs. Frenchie Martin 
6. Ricky Steamboat Interview 
7. WWF LJN Figures Commercial "Bring home all the action" 
8. British Bulldogs & Tito Santana vs. Jimmy Jack Funk, Barry O & The Gladiator 
9. Hercules vs. Ken Patera (Race & Haynes come in) 
10. Demolition vs. Islanders 
11. Honky Tonk Man & Jimmy Hart Interview 
12. IC Champ Ricky Steamboat vs. Butch Reed (Ironically, Butch Reed was the man that was supposed to later defeat 
Steamboat for the IC Title, but when he no showed the event where the title switch was to take place, the title was given
to the Honkytonk Man.
 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/25/87 [24/7]
1. Don Muraco & Bob Orton vs. Paul Roma & Jim Powers 
2. Update: Billy Graham goes in for hip surgery (contains portion of match, a doctors & Graham's comments) 
3. Outback Jack vs. Frenchie Martin 
4. Sam Houston vs. Terry Gibbs (Houston's Debut) 
5. Brutus Beefcake 
6. Rougeau Brothers vs. Tiger Chung Lee & Jimmy Jack Funk 
7. Nikolai Volkoff vs. Cpl. Kirschner 
8. Lanny Poffo Interview (He reads a poem about Jerry Lewis telethon, Hello Lady!) 
9. Tito Santana vs. Butch Reed 


PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/1/87 [24/7]
1.        Bobby "The Brain" Heenan introduces his attorney Lance Wilshire to Prime Time 
2.        "Leaping" Lanny Poffo vs. "Magnificent" Don Muraco 
3.        Can Am Connection vs. Islanders 
4.        Killer Bees interview 
5.        Update: A Behind the scenes look at WWF Ice Cream Bars with George "The Animal" Steele 
6.        Special Report: "Superstar" Billy Graham's hip surgery part 2 According to Graham, this is footage of his actual hip surgery, 
7. somewhat gruesome 
8.        Sam Houston vs. Johnny K 9 
9.        Paul Roma & Jim Powers vs. The Shadows 
10.     Iron Sheik, Nikolai Volkoff & Slick interview 
11.     WWF Women's Champ Fabulous Moolah vs. Angie Minelli 
12.     "Outlaw" Ron Bass vs. Jesse Cortez (Jesse Hernandez) 
13.     WWF Heavyweight Hulk Hogan vs. "Cowboy" Bob Orton (From Memorial Day Weekend) 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/8/87 [24/7]
1.      Frankie Lane vs. "Cowboy" Bob Orton 
2.     Killer Khan promo 
3.     Special Report: "Superstar" Billy Graham's hip surgery part 3 more footage of his actual hip surgery, somewhat gruesome 
4.     Paul Roma & Jim Powers vs. The Shadows 
5.     Koko B. Ware joins Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan on the set of Prime Time 
6.     "Leaping" Lanny Poffo vs. Dave Barbie 
7.     Honky Tonk Man, "Dangerous" Danny Davis & Jimmy Hart interview 
8.     Sam Houston vs. Iron Mike Sharpe 
9.     Outback Jack vs. Frenchie Martin 
10.     George "The Animal" Steele interview 
11.     Billy Jack Haynes vs. Honky Tonk Man 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/17/87 [24/7]
1. Corporal Kirschner vs. Nikolai Volkoff 
2. Update: The Islanders join Bobby "The Brain" Heenan 
3. Special Report: "Superstar" Billy Graham recuperates from Hip Surgery 
4. WWF LJN Wrestling Figures Commercial 
5. New Dream Team vs. Paul Roma & Jim Powers 
6. Ken Patera interview 
7. Pedro Morales vs. Steve Lombardi 
8. Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake vs. Tim Patterson 
9. Slick interview "The Natural" Butch Reed & Nikolai Volkoff come in 
10. Magnificent Muraco & "Cowboy" Bob Orton vs. Sivi Afi & Corporal Kirschner 
11. The Crush Girls (Chigusa & Lioness Asuka) vs. Judy Martin & Donna Christianello (IP) 
12. George "The Animal" Steele vs. Kamala 
13. WF LJN Wrestling Figures Commercial 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/22/87 [24/7]
1. IC Champ Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat vs. Honky Tonk Man (Title Change) 
2. Can Am Connection vs. The Shadows (Islanders & Heenan cause problems afterwards) 
3. WWF LJN Wrestling Figures Commercial 
4. Special Report: "Superstar" Billy Graham works out in a gym against doctor's orders 
5. Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake interview 
6. Paul Roma & Jim Powers vs. Islanders 
7. clip of Jesse Ventura in Predator 
8. Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan draw postcards for winners of WWF Calendars 
9. British Bulldogs & Billy Jack Haynes vs. Hart Foundation & Danny Davis 
10. WWF LJN Wrestling Figures Commercial 

Prime Time Wrestling 6/29/87 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1hr 59 minutes
1. Brad Rheingans v. Terry Gibbs
2. Hillbilly Jim v. Iron Mike Sharpe
3. Snake Pit – Hillbilly Jim & Little Beaver
4. JYD v. Terry Gibbs
5. Leaping Lanny Poffo v. Frenchie Martin
6. Sivi Afi v. Jose Estrada
7. Young Stallions v. The Shadows
8. Hart Foundation v. Killer Bees

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/6/87 [24/7]
1.        Outback Jack vs. Killer Khan 
2.        Brad Rheingans vs. Tiger Chung Lee 
3.        Danny Davis interview 
4.        "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase promo (he gets a paper cut and pays off the doctor's office to get immediate attention) 
5.        A look at "Superstar" Billy Graham working out at a gym 
6.        "The Natural" Butch Reed & Slick interview 
7.        Update: The Heenan Family whip Ken Patera 
8.        One Man Gang vs. Eric Cooper (Mr. T does commentary) 
9.        S.D. Jones vs. "Duke of Dorchester " Pete Doherty 
10.     Gorilla Monsoon looks at new X Ray's that Bobby Heenan brought to Prime Time 
11.     Hillbilly Jim vs. Steve Lombardi 
12.     Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake interview 
13.     Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake vs. Luscious Johnny Valiant 
14.     Gorilla Monsoon looks at more X Ray's 
15.     Corporal Kirschner vs. King Kong Bundy (Kirschner carries a Canadian Maple Leaf Flag to the ring) 
16.     Billy Jack Haynes vs. "Outlaw" Ron Bass 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/13/87 [24/7]
32.     IC Champ Honky Tonk Man vs. George "The Animal" Steele 
33.     "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase promo (he buys a public pool) 
34.     Outback Jack vs. Jose Estrada 
35.     Can Am Connection interview 
36.     "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff vs. Billy Jack Haynes 
37.     Hillbilly Jim vs. Iron Mike Sharpe 
38.     New Dream Team & Luscious Johnny V interview 
39.     Islanders vs. Jim Powers & Scott Casey 
40.     Tag Champs Hart Foundation vs. Rougeau Brothers 
41.     Gorilla Monsoon takes off Bobby Heenan's neck brace 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/20/87 [24/7]
1.     New Dream Team vs. "Leaping" Lanny Poffo & Sivi Afi (Beefcake runs in and cuts Greg Valentine's hair) 
2.     Outback Jack vs. Jose Estrada 
3.     The Snake Pit with Mr. T (Danny Davis comes in) 
4.     "Million Dollar Man" promo (he buys a seat at a restaurant without waiting in line) 
5.     Jumping Bomb Angels vs. Leilani Kai & Judy Martin 
6.     Don "Magnificent" Muraco & "Cowboy" Bob Orton interview (Muraco's face turn continues) 
7.     Paul Roma & Jim Powers vs. The Shadows 
8.     Demolition vs. B. Brian Blair & S.D. Jones (S.D. is wearing Killer Bees tights, I thought for sure they'd try to pull the Bees' 
mask routine) 
9     Bobby Heenan introduces Dr. Von Brandenberg to Gorilla Monsoon, they look at more of Bobby Heenan's X Ray's (This is 
HILARIOUS) 
10.     Billy Jack Haynes vs. Nikolai Volkoff 

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 7/27/87 [24/7]
1. Video – Bam Bam Bigelow is coming soon
2. Randy Savage v. Sivi Afi (Savage is still a heel, but is clearly being cheered here by the crowd)
3. One Man Gang v. Jose Luis Rivera
4. Ted DiBiase throws money to the crowd before a match, and enjoys gloating about how “Everyone has a price for the Million$$$ man.”
5. Special Report – The saga of evil referee Danny Davis. Many of his biased actions are shown, including his being banned for life by 
WWF President Jack Tunney (Davis would return as a ref 2 years later), and his becoming a wrestler under manager Jimmy Hart.
6. Dino Bravo v. Scott Casey
7. Int – Randy Savage, who congratulates the Honkytonk Man on becoming the new Intercontinental Champion. Savage also talks about
his plans on finally beating Hulk Hogan for the WWF Heavyweight Champion.
8. Cowboy Bob Orton v. Jerry Allen
9. Paul Roma v. The Shadow
10. Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan visit a doctor’s office to see if “The Brain’s” neck injury (he’s been wearing a neck brace for months) is legit.
11. Jim Powers v. The other Shadow
12. Magnificent Muraco v. Tito Santana (The 2 former IC Champions meet in the ring for the first time in 3 years. Tito gets the win and 
Bob Orton comes in and yells at Muraco for losing the match.)

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 8/3/87 [24/7]
Bobby Heenan has finally removed his neck brace.
1. Rick Rude v. Jerry Allen (MSG)
2. Update – Sensational Sherri Martel upsets the Fabulous Moolah to win the WWF Womens Championship.
3. Ted DiBiase pays a hotel to kick a couple out of the honeymoon suite.
4. Outback Jack v. Johnny K 9 (Toronto)
5. Snake Pit – Jake asks Randy Savage about what he thinks of Jimmy Hart and the Honkytonk Man saying that the reason why HTM beat 
Ricky Steamboat for the IC Title, while Savage couldn’t, was because Honky was just a bit better than Savage. Savage talks around the
subject, but you can tell he’s not too happy about those comments.
6. Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake v. Johnny Valiant (Brutus cuts his hair and spray paints a red stripe down his back..)
7. Dino Bravo v. Brady Boone
8. Gorilla & The Brain review the various segments where Gorilla Monsoon has questioned the legitimacy of Bobby Heenan’s neck injury.
9. Tito Santana v. Nikolai Volkoff 
10. JYD & Rick Martel v. The Hart Foundation (Martel is between partners, as Martel’s partner Tom Zenk recently left the WWF.)
 
PRIMETIME 8/10/87 [24/7]
1. Randy Savage v. Brady Boone
2. Hillbilly Jim v. Butch Reed
3. Int – Jake Roberts
4. Update – “Million $$$ Man” Ted DiBiase. After the match, DiBiase pays a kid $100.00 to kiss his feet. That kid would grow up to be RVD!
5. Int – Superstar Billy Graham
6. Special Interview – Rick Martel, who is mourning the loss of his tag team partner Tom Zenk who recently quit the WWF.
7. Jumping Bomb Angels v. Judy Martin & Leilani Kai
8. Billy Jack Haynes v. Hercules
9. Hart Foundation v. British Bulldogs

PRIMETIME 8/17/87 [24/7]
1. Hart Foundation v. Paul Roma & Jim Powers (Mr. T is the special outside referee for the match.)
2. Killer Kahn v. Lanny Poffo
3. Update: The Battle for Bam Bam Bigelow continues with Jimmy Hart now out of the running.
4. Magnificent Muraco & Bob Orton break up. (Orton & Muraco were recent tag team partners, but now can’t get along with each other. Muraco would

become the babyface in this feud.
5. Update – One Man Gang is fined for brutalizing referees
6. Outlaw Ron Bass v. jobber
7. Int – Ted DiBiase
8. Koko B. Ware v. Nikolai Volkoff
9. Special Interview – Sir Oliver Humperdink makes his WWF debut, and Bobby Heenan isn’t happy about it.
10. George Steele v. Bob Orton
11. Rick Rude v. Scott Casey
12. JYD v. One Man Gang

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 8/25/87 [24/7]
1. Rougeau Brothers v. The Shadows
2. Outback Jack v. One Man Gang
3. “The Battle for Bam Bam” continues, as all of the WWF’s Managers compete to manage Bam Bam Bigelow. Johnny Valiant is eliminated
from the running. Bobby Heenan claims to be the manager that Bigelow will pick. Heenan also finds a slick way to flip someone the bird
while he’s talking to Monsoon about Bigelow. Pretty funny stuff.
4. Special Interview – Bobby Heenan calls Paul Orndorff out to tell everyone that Rick Rude has a better body than him. Orndorff of course
objects to that, and for the second time FIRES BOBBY HEENAN AS HIS MANAGER!
5. Ted Dibiase pays a Jobber (Arthur Washington) $5,000 to fight his opponent (Chris Curtis) Dibiase's hired replacement loses the match and 
Dibiase & Virgil beat the hell out of him. HILARIOUS! 
6. JYD v. Outlaw Ron Bass
7. Nikolai Volkoff v. Jerry Allen
8. Rick Martel v. Barry Horowitz (The Islanders run in and attack Martel. Tito Santana who was commentating at the time, runs in to
make the save. This was the beginning of Santana & Martel forming Strike Force.)
9. Slick promotes the WWF’s new album Piledriver.
10. “The Natural” Butch Reed v. Jim Evans (After the match, Reed calls out Superstar Billy Graham. Graham comes down to the ring and 
brawls with Reed before posing for the crowd.)
11. Brutus Beefcake v. King Harley Race

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 8/31/87 [24/7]
Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes host the show. Hayes is replacing Heenan this week, as Heenan refuses to be on the show because Gorilla Monsoon
has threatened to air footage of Paul Orndorff firing “The Brain”.
1. Paul Orndorff v. Nilolai Volkoff
2. Update: Brutus Beefcake takes lessons on cutting hair.
3. Ted DeBiase v. Sivi Afi
4. Rougeau Brothers v. Dino Bravo & Johnny V
5. Int – Brutus Beefcake
6. Brady Boone v. Iron Mike Sharpe
7. Hart Foundation & Honkytonk Man v. Jake Roberts, Tito Santana & Bruno Sammartino
8. Bobby Heenan calls in to the show.

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/10/87 [24/7]
1.  Strike Force v. Steve Lombardi & Tiger Chung Lee
2. Tama v. Scott Casey
3. Paul Orndorff v. jobber
4. Special Interview – Andre the Giant
5. Int  Jesse “The Body” Ventura
6. Don Muraco v. Bob Orton
7. Tito Santana v. Outlaw Ron Bass
8. One Man Gang v. jobber
9. Rougeau Brothers v. Hart Foundation

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 9/17/87 [24/7]
Bobby Heenan spends the entire show reading his fan mail.
1. Demolition v. JYD & George “The Animal” Steele (MSG)
2. Leaping Lanny Poffo v. Jose Estrada
3. Update – Superstar Billy Graham’s return is recapped with footage of his recovery from his hip injury and his subsequent feud with Butch
Reed. 
4. Special Interview – Slick (with Nikolai Volkoff) announces that he is the new manager of Bam Bam Bigelow. Sir Oliver Humperdink 
comes out to interrupt Slick. Bigelow himself comes out and declares that Humperdink is his manager, while at the same time becoming the WWF’s newest babyface by attacking Volkoff & Slick.
5. Rick Rude v. SD Jones
6. Randy Savage v. Tiger Chung Lee
7. Honkytonk Man & Jimmy Hart re iterates that he’s the greatest IC Champion of all time. Randy Savage immediately finds Jimmy Hart and 
roughs him up for talking trash about him.
8. The British Bulldogs tell everyone to make sure that their dogs are licenced and have dog tags.
9. SD Jones & Outback Jack v. Darrell Nickel & Rudy Ryder
10. Bam Bam Bigelow v. Nikolai Volkoff (Fresh off of their confrontation earlier, Bigelow faces down Volkoff in the ring.)
11. Honkytonk Man v. Tito Santana (Since Honky has been declaring himself to be a better IC Champion than any of the previous title holders, Tito comes down to make him put his money where his mouth is.)

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/24/87 [24/7]
1. Don “The Rock” Muraco v. Outlaw Ron Bass
2. Sivi Afi v. Steve Lombardi
3. Special Report – the short feud between Bam Bam Bigelow and Nilolai Volkoff
4. Update – Randy Savage attacks Jimmy Hart because the Honkytonk Man has been spouting off about being a better IC champ than Savage was.
5. SD Jones & Scott Casey v. The Shadows
6. Hercules, Rick Rude, Harley Race, King Kong Bundy v. SD Jones, Dusty Wolfe, Rudy Ryder & Brady Boone
7. Special Interview – Ken Patera
8. Ted DiBiase offers a kid $300 to do 10 pushups. The kid runs out of gas at 9, and Ted refuses to pay him.
9. Lanny Poffo v. Pete Dougherty
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/1/87 [24/7]
1. Sika v. George Steele
2. Bob Orton v. Scott Casey
3. Update – The Piledriver wrestling album
4. Special Interview – Honkytonk Man. Randy Savage confronts HTM and challenges him to a match right there on the spot!
Needless to say, Honkytonk man wants no part of him.
5. The Islanders attack Tito Santana at the commentators table.
6. The Dream Team [Valentine & Dino Bravo] v. Jim Powers & Paul Roma (Toronto)
7. Sensational Sherri v. Velvet Mcintyre
8. Harley Race v. Hillbilly Jim
9. Ted DiBiase v. Jacques Rougeau
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/8/87 [24/7]
1. Paul Orndorff v. Dave Wagner (During the match, Rick Rude taunts Orndorff from the interview set.)
2. SD Jones v. Steve Lombardi
3. Update – Ken Patera’s comeback
4. Brad Rheingans v. Tiger Chung Lee
5. Int – Killer Bees
6. Scott Casey v. Steve Lombardi
7. Ron Bass v. Lanny Poffo
8. Bam Bam Bigelow v. The Shadow
9. Rougeau Brothers v. The Dream Team [Bravo & Valentine]
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/15/87 [24/7]
1. Sika v. SD Jones
2. George Steele v. jobber
3. Music Video – Piledriver
4. Special Report – Ken Patera
5. Special Interview – Andre the Giant & Bobby Heenan
6. Outback Jack v. Tiger Chung Lee
7. Int – Butch Reed
8. Strike Force v. Barry horowitz & Tiger Chung Lee
9. Scott Casey v. Iron Mike Sharpe
10. Special Interview – Hart Foundation
11. Lanny Poffo v. Barry Horowitz
12. Hart Foundation v. Killer Bees
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/22/87 [24/7]
1. Paul Orndorff v. Hercules (Rick Rude runs in and attacks Orndorff)
2. King Kong Bundy v. Sivi Afi
3. Int – Randy Savage
4. Tito Santana v. Haku (Needless to say, it’s not long before Tama runs in. Rick Martel comes in to even the score.)
5. Young Stallions v. Iron Mike Sharpe & Rich Wagner
6. Don Muraco v. Kim Chee (Toronto)
7. Nikolai Volkoff v. Billy Jack Haynes (MSG)
8. British Bulldogs v. Dream Team [Bravo & Valentine]
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/29/87 [24/7]
1. Bam Bam Bigelow v. Sika
2. Special Interview – Ted DiBiase, in one of his most famous Million$$$ Man segments, challenges a small boy to 
bounce a basketball 10 times, and kicks the ball away at the count of 9.
3. Jim Duggan v. Johnny K9
4. Bolsheviks v. Jobbers
5. Superstar Billy Graham v. Butch Reed (Toronto)
6. Int – Honkytonk Man
7. Islanders & Bob Orton v. Ken Patera, Billy Jack Haynes & Don Muraco
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/5/87 [24/7]
1. Bob Orton v. Don Muraco (Muraco recently split up with Orton and is now a babyface.)
2. Jim Duggan v. Tiger Chung Lee
3. Sam Houston v. Iron Mike Sharpe
4. Hillbilly Jim v. Boris Zukoff
5. Special Interview – Hulk Hogan
6. Demolition v. Killer Bees
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/12/87 [24/7]
1. Honkytonk Man v. Hillbilly Jim
2. Outback Jack v. Jose Estrada
3. Update – Demolition roughs up Brady Boone after a match. Ken Patera and Billy Jack Haynes run in and get beat down as well.
4. Bam Bam Bigelow v. Nikolai Volkoff
5. Int – Honkytonk Man, Danny Davis & Jimmy Hart
6. Music Video – Jive Soul Bro with Slick
7. Butch Reed v. Omar Atlas
8. Ted DiBiase v. JYD
9. Special Interview – Randy Savage, Ricky Steamboat, Jake Roberts, Brutus Beefcake & Jim Duggan, who will be teaming
up in the upcoming Survivor Series
10. Bob Orton v. Scott Casey
11. Strike Force v. Hart Foundation (Strike Force wins the WWF Tag Team Titles!)
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/19/87 [24/7]
1. Boris Zukoff v. SD Jones
2. Young Stallions v. jobbers
3. Update – Strike Force celebrates following their WWF Tag Title victory over the Hart Foundation.
4. Int – Bobby Heenan, Slick and their Survivor Series team of Andre the Giant, King Kong Bundy, One Man Gang, Rick Rude,
and Butch Reed.
5. Jim Duggan v. Bob Orton
6. Int – Hulk Hogan and his Survivor Series team of Paul Orndorff, Bam Bam Bigelow and Superstar Billy Graham
7. Music Video – Stand Back (actually sung by Vince McMahon)
8. Don “The Rock” v. Sika
9. Special Interview – Mr. Fuji, Jimmy Hart, Slick, Bobby Heenan and their Tag Team Survivor Series team of 
The Bolsheviks, Demolition, Dream Team, Islanders, and the Hart Foundation
10. Sensational Sherri v. Debbie Combs
11. Superstar Billy Graham v. Butch Reed (One Man Gang and Reed DESTROY Graham! Don Muraco comes out to make
the save, but the damage has been done, as Graham would be removed from the Survivor Series. Muraco will replace 
him.)
Hart Foundation v. British Bulldogs

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/26/87 [24/7]
1. Ultimate Warrior v. Rick Oliver
2. Bolsheviks v. Young Stallions
3. Update – As a result of Butch Reed & One Man Gang’s attack on Superstar Billy Graham last week, Superstar Billy Graham has 
retired from active wrestling. Don “The Rock” Muraco will be replacing Graham in the upcoming Survivor Series.
4. SD Jones v. Frenchie Martin
5. Brady Boone v. Jose Estrada
6. Dan Spivey v. Sam Houston
7. Music Video   Demolition
8. Scott Casey v. Barry Horowitz
9. Ricky Steamboat v. Ron Bass

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/30/87 ([24/7]
1. Hercules v. Ivan Putski
2. Lanny Poffo v. Franchy Martin
3. Jake Roberts v. Sika
4. Int – Don Muraco
5. Dream Team v. Young Stallions
6. Music Video – Piledriver
7. Hart Foundation v. Lanny Poffo & Jerry Allen
8. Sam Houston v. Barry Horowitz
9. Int – Ron Bass
10. Harley Race v. JYD

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 12/7/87 [24/7]
1. Brutus Beefcake v. Greg Valentine
2. Special Interview – Ted DiBiase promises to buy the WWF Title.
3. Jerry Allen v. Pete Doherty
4. Int – Rick Rude
5. Dino Bravo v. Brady Boone
6. Special Interview – Danny Davis & Sam Houston Both men are brawling with each other before long.
7. Ultimate Warrior v. Frenchy Martin
8. Music Video – Honkytonk Man
9. Hercules v. JYD
10. Int – Sensational Sherri Martel
11. British Bulldogs v. The Bolsheviks

*PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/14/87 [24/7]
Tracking line at the bottom of the screen
1. Jake Roberts v. Danny Davis (MSG 11/87)
2. Glamour Girls v. Jumping Bomb Angels (GREAT MATCH! NO, REALLY!!! MSG 11/87)
3. Special Interview Greg Valentine
4. Demolition v. jobbers
5. Bolsheviks v. jobbers
6. Killer Bees v. Bolsheviks (MSG 11/87)
7. Ivan Putski v. Greg Valentine 
8. Report – Superstar Billy Graham retires as a result of his injuries at the hands of Butch Reed and One Man Gang.)
9. Bam Bam Bigelow v. Killer Kahn

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/21//87 [24/7]
Heenan and Monsoon host this new years episode from Ceasars in Atlantic City.
1. JYD v. Hercules
2. Young Stallions v. Conquistadors
3. Int – Hulk Hogan decides whether or not he’ll sell Ted DiBiase the Million$$$ Belt
4. Ultimate Warrior v. Mike Sharpe
5. Ted DiBiase’s Thanksgiving
6. Jim Duggan v. Rex King
7. Video   “If Only You knew”
8. Danny Davis v. Sam Houston
9. Harley Race v. Rex King
10. Int – Brutus Beefcake
11. Strikeforce v. The Islanders
 
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/31/87 [24/7]
Heenan and Monsoon host this new years episode from Ceasars in Atlantic City.
1. Randy Savage v. Killer Kahn
2. Ken Patera & Billy Jack Haynes v. Van Van Horne & Iron Mike Sharpe (Demolition runs in after the match and brawls
with Patera and Haynes.
3. Special Interview – Ted DiBiase & Virgil
4. Ted DiBiase arrives on the set to talk with Heenan and Monsoon. Ted gives Heenan some money for later.
5. Sam Houston v. Dusty Wolfe
6. Koko B. Ware v. Pete Dougherty
7. Greg Valentine v. Kenny Johnson
8. Footage from the 1987 Slammy Awards, including Vince McMahon performing “Stand Back”. One of the single most 
embarrassing segments in wrestling history. 
9. Ted DiBiase is once again on the Primetime set, subbing for Bobby Heenan who is spending DiBiase’s money in the casino.
10. Islanders v. British Bulldogs (The Islanders run off with Matilda!)
11. Honkytonk Man v. Jake Roberts

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 1/4/88 [24/7]
1. Jim Duggan v. Sika
2. Dino Bravo v. Hillbilly Jim
3. Int – The Islanders gloat over having recently dognapped Matilda 
4. Int – The British Bulldogs beg Bobby Heenan and the Islanders to return their pet bulldog Matilda
5. Int – Jack Tunney orders Matilda returned in 1 week or there will be consequences.
6. Rougeau Brothers v. The Conquistadors
7. Sensational Sherri v. Velvet McIntyre (From Paris, France)
8. Int – Ron Bass
9. SD Jones v. Iron Mike Sharpe
10. Bam Bam Bigelow v. King Kong Bundy

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/12/88 [24/7]
1. Bret Hart v. Paul Roma
2. Ultimate Warrior v. Steve Lombardi
3. Koko B. Ware v. Iron Mike Sharpe
4. Danny Spivey v. Lanny Poffo
5. Int – Ricky Steamboat
6. Lord Little Brook v. Cowboy Lang (Midget Match. France)
7. Demolition v. Ken Patera & Billy Jack Haynes
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/18/88 [24/7]
1. British Bulldogs v. jobbers
2. Int – The Islanders & Bobby Heenan
3. Sensational Sherri v. Rockin’ Robin
4. Killer Bees, JYD & George Steele v. The Bolsheviks & The Conquisadors (The Bees, JYD and Steele are all wearing
Killer Bee masks for this match.)
5. Int – Dino Bravo
6. Dino Bravo v. Jerry Allen
7. Ken Patera & Billy Jack Haynes v. Harley Race & Hercules

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 2/2/88 [24/7]
Hosted by Bobby Heenan & Vince McMahon
1. Don “The Rock” Muraco v. Sika
2. Harley Race v. Koko B. Ware
3. Billy Jack Haynes v. Ron Bass
4. Bad News Brown v. Brady Boone
5. Special Interview – Hulk Hogan
6. Int – British Bulldogs
7. Contract signing between Hulk Hogna & Andre the Giant for their match at Wrestlemania 4.
8. Ricky Steamboat v. Honkytonk Man (Lumberjack match)

PRIMETIME 2/11/88 [24/7]

1.        Hillbilly Jim (w/ Little Beaver) defeated the One Man Gang  (8/15/87; Boston Garden)

2.        George Steele defeated Wellington Wilkins (1/26/88; Hershey, PA; Hersheypark Arena)

3.        Omar Atlas pinned Dusty Wolfe (1/25/88; Madison Square Garden)

4.        The Ultimate Warrior defeated Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) via disqualification at 1:57 when Hercules attacked Warrior with
his steel chain following a tug of war in which Warrior snapped the chain; after the bout, Warrior chased Hercules backstage
(Wrestling Challenge   1/27/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)

5.        Scott Casey pinned Jose Estrada (1/25/88; Madison Square Garden)

6.        Rick Rude defeated Jerry Allen (7/25/87; Madison Square Garden)

7.        Butch Reed (w/ Slick) defeated the Junkyard Dog via disqualification (1/27/88; Salisbury, MD; Wicomico Youth & Civic
Center)

 


PRIME TIME WRESTLING 2/19/88 [24/7] 
1. Hulk Hogan v. Andre the Giant 
2. Int – Ted DiBiase with the WWF Title around his waist, as Andre relinquished the belt to Ted immediately following the 
match. WWF President Jack Tunney strips Ted DiBiase of the WWF Title and puts it up in a one night tournament to be held 
at Wrestlemania 4. 
3. Scott Casey & Leaping Lanny Poffo v. Steve Lombardi & Barry Horowitz (How did this match get on TV?) 
4. Hillbilly Jim v. Outlaw Ron Bass (MSG 1/25/88) 
5. Dino Bravo v. SD Jones 
6. Int – Randy Savage 
7. The Conquistadors v. Brady Boone & Omar Atlas 
8. Int – DiBiase & Andre the Giant 
9. Int – Hulk Hogan 
10. British Bulldogs v. Hercules & King Harley Race 
  
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 2/22/88 [24/7] 
1. Bad News Brown v. Outback Jack 
2. Int – Bad News Brown 
3. Brady Boone v. Danny Davis 
4. Killer Bees v. Steve Lombardi & Barry Horowitz 
5. King Harley Race v Ultimate Warrior 
6. Sam Houston v. Iron Mike Sharpe 
7. Bolsheviks v. SD Jones & Brady Boone 
8. Int – Don “The Rock” Muraco 
  
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 2/29/88 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 45MIN 
1. George “The Animal” Steele v. Sika 
2. Sensational Sherri Martel v. Rockin’ Robin 
3. Demolition Ax v. Ken Patera (MSG 1/25/88) 
4. Demolition Smash v. JYD (MSG 1/25/88) 
5. Rougeau Brothers v. Rick Renslow & Dave Wagner 
6. Int – Honkytonk Man 
7. Brutus Beefcake v. Brian Costello 
8. Int – Hulk Hogan 
9. Rick Rude v. Koko B. Ware 

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

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 3/14/88

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

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 3/21/88 [24/7]
This episode was aired from Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, as Wrestlemania 4 would be taking place in less than a week.
Lots of great segments between matches with Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan as they deal with each other in various
locations at the hotel.
1.  Bobby “The Brain” Heenan attempts to check in at the VIP disk, but there don’t seem to be any reservations for him. He’s 
about to get kicked out when Gorilla Monsoon arrives to save him from some more embarrassment.
2. Killer Bees v. Conquistadors
3. Gorilla and “The Brain” arrive in their suite.
4. SD Jones v. Steve Lombardi (Lombardi actually scores a win!)
5. Special Interview – Hulk Hogan
6. Monsoon & Heenan are at the blackjack table. Heenan tries to cheat his way into the game. Pretty funny.
7. Hercules v. Scott Casey
8. More antics with Heenan & Gorilla at the blackjack table.
9. Greg Valentine v. Lanny Poffo
10. Honkytonk Man v. Jim Evans
11. JYD v. George Petraski
12. Gorilla comes across Bobby Heenan trying to get some exercise in the gym in preparation for his 6man tag match with 
The Islanders v. The British Bulldogs & Koko B. Ware.
13. Special Interview – Ted DiBiase, Virgil & Andre the Giant
14. Ken Patera v. Tom Stone
15. Gorilla & Heenan are outside, as Monsoon is preparing “The Brain” for a jog on the boardwalk.
16. Ultimate Warrior v. Harley Race
17. Gorilla is talking about Wrestlemania, while Heenan is trying to pay off a rickshaw driver to drive him around 
18. Int – Strike Force
19. The show closes, as Heenan ends up having to push the rickshaw himself with the 350+ Monsoon relaxing inside. 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 3/28/88

this was a best of TNT episode, hosted by Vince McMahon & Lord Alfred Hayes:


PRIMETIME WRESTLING 4/5/88 [24/7]
1. Big Bossman v. Koko B. Ware
2. Blue Blazer v. Omar Atlas
3. Mr. Perfect v. Sam Houston
4. Scott Casey v. jobber
5. Young Stallions v. Iron Mike Sharpe & Steve Lombardi
6. Brother Love – Jake Roberts
7. Conquistadores v. jobbers
8. Ken Patera v. Dino Bravo

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 4/11/88 [24/7]
1. Butch Reed v. Don Muraco (Reed mouths off at Graham before the start of the match.)
2. Greg Valentine v. Brady Boone
3. Update – Jim Duggan v. Andre the Giant
4. Special Interview – Ron Bass
5. Johnny V v. SD Jones
6. Killer Bees v. Bolsheviks
7. Dino Bravo v. David Sammartino
8. Ted DiBiase v. Aiden Kinsey
9. Rick Rude v. Koko B. Ware
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 4/18/88 [24/7]
1. Butch Reed & One Man Gang v. Bam Bam Bigelow & Don Muraco
2. Ron Bass v. Reno Riggins
3. Brutus Beefcake v. Gene Watson
4. Special Report – Rick Rude
5. Special Interview – Dino Bravo
6. Jim Duggan v. Pete Sanchez
7. Strike Force v. Conquistadors
8. One Man Gang v. Van Van Horne
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 4/25/88 [24/7]
On tonight’s episode, Gorilla and Heenan celebrate “The Brain’s” 2 year anniversary.
1. Jake Roberts v. Chris Curtis
2. Special Interview – Ken Patera
3. Update: Hulk Hogan
4. Brady Boone v. Iron Mike Sharpe
5. THE BEST OF THE BRAIN! Lots of great clips Absolutely hilarious stuff!
6. Rick Rude v. Jake Milliman
7. Hillbilly Jim v. Steve Lombardi
8. Ultimate Warrior & Don Muraco v. One Man Gang & Ron Bass
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 5/2/88 [24/7]
Bobby Heenan spends time this episode bragging about the new Primetime set that will debut next week.
1. Ultimate Warrior v. Joe Milano
2. Ken Patera v. jobber
3. Rick Rude v. Don Muraco
4. Special Interview – Ted DiBiase
5. Barry Horowitz v. Jose Luis Rivera
6. Dino Bravo v. jobber
7. Ted DiBiase v. Brutus Beefcake
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 5/9/88 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1hr 30min
Heenan spends most of the episode making excuses as to why the new Primetime set isn’t ready yet. 
1. Jim Duggan v. Hercules (Andre the Giant interferes, and Ultimate Warrior runs in to even the odds. SNME 4/88)
2. Brady Boone v. Steve Lombardi (MSG)
3. Brutus Beefcake v. Danny Davis (From SNME 4/88)
4. Gene Okerlund joins the Primetime set and argues with Bobby Heenan. 
5. Jake Roberts v. Greg Valentine (Toronto)
6. Sensational Sherri v. Desiree Peterson
7. Honkytonk Man v. Bam Bam Bigelow
8. Gorilla Monsoon walks off as the stage crew only brings out part of the new Primetime set. Bobby Heenan seems to have
damaged the rest of it and Gorilla isn’t too happy. Great stuff!

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 5/16/88
1.  Clips of last week where Monsoon walks off the set due to Heenan messing things up with the set. Heenan is now outside
of Gorilla’s vacation house running the show and trying to prove that he can run the show without Monsoon’s help.
 Heenan is of course, having trouble directing the show without Monsoon’s help. This angle continues throughout the show.
2. Don Muraco v. Ted DiBiase
3. SD Jones v. Pete Dougherty
4. Special Interview – Rick Rude
5. Fabulous Rougeaus v. jobbers
6. Scott Casey v. Iron Mike Sharpe
7. Glamour Girls v. Jumping Bomb Angels
8. Int – One Man Gnage
9. Int – Strike Force
10. Blackjack Mulligan v. jobbers
11. Frenchy Martin v. Jerry Allen
12. Special Interview – Dino Bravo
13. Hulk Hogan v. Boris Zukhoff
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 5/23/88
1.  George Steele v. One Man Gang
2. Randy Savage v. Virgil
3. Special Interview – Andre the Giant
4. Sam Houston v. Iron Mike Sharpe
5. Ken Patera v. Dino Bravo (Tug of War)
6. Greg Valentine v. Lanny Poffo
7. Clips of Hulk Hogan v. Boris Zukoff from last week
8. Special Interview – Brutus Beefcake. Honkytonk Man attacks him with a guitar.
9. Young Stallions v. jobbers
10. Hercules v. jobber
11. Bad news Brown v. Jobber
12. Bam Bam Bigelow v. King Kong Bundy

PRIMETIME 5/30/88 [24/7]

1.        The Bolsheviks defeated The Young Stallions (11/7/87; Boston Garden)

2.        Ron Bass pinned Jose Luis Rivera (5/18/87; Madison Square Garden)

3.        Jerry Allen pinned Steve Lombardi (5/22/88; Maple Leaf Gardens)

4.        Strike Force defeated the Islanders in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match (10/16/87; Madison Square Garden)

5.        Jim Neidhart pinned Don Muraco (w/ Superstar Billy Graham) (5/27/88; Madison Square Garden)

6.        Jim Duggan pinned King Harley Race (12/29/87; Hamilton, Ontario; Copps Coliseum)


WWF Prime Time Wrestling 6/6/88 [24/7]
1. Rougeau Brothers v. Young Stallions
2. Update – The Hart Foundation having recently left Jimmy Hart
3. Special Interview – Greg Valentine
4. Jerry Allen v. Iron Mike Sharpe
5. Special Interview – Brutus Beefcake. Honkytonk Man attacks him from behind
6. Brutus Beefcake v. Tom Stone
7. SD Jones v. Conquistador #1
8. Bolsheviks v. Billy Fulton & Riki Ataki
9. Special Interview – Sensational Sherri
10. Don Muraco v. Greg Valentine
 

PRIMETIME 6/13/88 [24/7]

1.        Don Muraco (w/ Superstar Billy Graham) pinned Darryl Nichols

2.        Sam Houston, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Danny Davis, Chris Curtis, & Pete Sanchez

3.        Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Hercules (6/4/88; Boston Garden)

4.        Conquistador #1 (Jose Luis Rivera) pinned Jerry (6/4/88; Boston Garden)

5.        Brady Boone pinned Steve (6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)

6.        The Ultimate Warrior, Rick Martel, & Tito Santana defeated Mr. Fuji & WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition

 

PRIMETIME 6/20/88 [24/7]

1.        Brutus Beefcake fought the One Man Gang to a double count out (MSG 5/27/880

2.        The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Frankie (6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)

3.        Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Ricky Ataki (After the bout, Don Muraco and Superstar Billy Graham came to
the ring to make Valentine break the hold; Muraco ended up chasing Hart backstage while Valentine attacked Graham
and put him in the figure 4; Graham was eventually taken out on a stretcher   WWF Superstars   6/1/88; Oakland, CA;
Coliseum
)

4.        The Rockers defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & the Intruder (WWF Superstars   6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)

5.        George Steele defeated Randy (Wrestling Challenge   5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)

6.        Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jose Luis Rivera (5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)

7.        Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated SD Jones & Brady Boone (Wrestling Challenge   5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention
Center
)

8.        Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Tom Stone (WWF Superstars   6/1/88; Oakland, CA; Coliseum)

9.        Killer Bees defeated The Hart Foundation via disqualification at 10:18 when Jimmy Hart   who had just appeared ringside  
interfered and attacked Blair with his megaphone as Blair had Bret covered; mid way through the contest, Jimmy came ringside
and attempted to be in the Harts' corner but Bret ordered him backstage; after the match, the Hart Foundation chased Jimmy
backstage for costing them the match (5/31/88; Fresno, CA; Convention Center)


WWF Prime Time Wrestling 6/27/88 [24/7]
1. Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart v. Bad News Brown
2. Update – Greg Valentine brutally attacking Superstar Billy Graham and putting off of WWF TV for good.
3. Brother Love – Ted DiBiase & Virgil
4. George Steele v. Scott Collontonio
5. Rougeau Brothers v. Conquistadors
6. Big Bossman v. Scott Casey
7. Special Interview – Bobby Heenan, along with Rick Rude, Hercules and Andre the Giant let everyone know that Harley Race
is out of action after a match with Hulk Hogan where Race went through a table. A tearful Heenan states that Race will have to 
abdicate his throne as the King of the WWF, but promises that a new king will soon be crowned.
8. One Man Gang v. Jim Duggan
 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 7/4/88 [24/7]
It’s the July 4th episode, and the set is being decorated to celebrate the occasion. Unfortunately, the decorating isn’t finished, as
only Gorilla Monsoon’s side of the set has been decorated. Heenan is none too happy about it, and demands that the “Ham n Eggers”
on the production crew decorate his side of the set. This is a running gag during the show and is quite funny.
1. Don Muraco v. One Man Gang
2. One of the production crew guys brings out a huge ladder and hangs one balloon on Bobby Heenan’s side of the set. Heenan
is pissed, that the guy only hung one balloon and then left the ladder.
3. Several of the WWF’s heels promote the WWF’s July 18th 3hr Primetime special which will be taking place at the same
time as one of the Political Conventions.
4. Ted DiBiase v. SD Jones
5. Int – Jim Duggan
6. Int – Demolition
7. Update: The King Harley Race is out of action after going through a table during a match against Hulk Hogan. Footage is 
shown of Bobby Heenan and the Heenan family observing a 10 bell moment of silence for the dearly departed King. Heenan
refers to Race as if he died (something that Gorilla Monsoon pointed out.), and promises that there will soon be a new King to 
replace Harley Race.
8. Special Interview – Honkytonk Man
9. Jake Roberts v. Ron Bass
10. Heenan is still arguing with maintenance about getting the decorations on his side of the Primetime set. Hilarious!
11. Killer Bees v. Rougeau Brothers
12. Int – Greg Valentine
13. Int – Ken Patera
14. The Headbanger [Joe Leduc] v. Brian Costello 
15. Rockers v. Terry Gibbs & The Conquistador
16. Brother Love – Slick & The Big Bossman
17. George “The Animal” Steele v. Greg Valentine

WWF PRIMETIME WRESTLING 7/11/88 [24/7]
1.  The coronation of King Haku
2.  The Junkyard Dog & Ken Patera defeated Dino Bravo & Ron Bass via disqualification at 6:47 when Bass began choking Patera 
with his whip, Miss Betsy (6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
3. Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Dusty Wolfe & Gino Carabello at 1:20 when Dynamite pinned Carabello with a 
diving headbutt after being thrown by Smith (WWF Superstars 6/21/88; Glens Falls, NY; Civic Center)
4. Don Muraco defeated Danny Davis via disqualification when Greg Valentine interfered as Muraco had Davis up for the 
tombstone; after the bout, Valentine confronted Superstar Billy Graham at the announce table, pushed him, and kicked him in 
the leg (6/25/88; Madison Square Garden)
5. The Ultimate Warrior pinned Curtis Thompson with a gorilla press slam and splash at 1:44 (Wrestling Challenge 6/22/88; 
Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
6. Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov (w/ Slick) defeated Scott Casey & Lanny Poffo at 6:45 when Volkoff pinned Casey with a kick 
to the head as Zhukov held Casey in the air (6/22/88; Binghamton, NY; Broome County Arena)
7. The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Carmine Surace with the front suplex at 1:44 (Wrestling Challenge 6/22/88; Binghamton,
 NY; Broome County Arena)
8. Brutus Beefcake defeated Tommy Angel via submission with the sleeper at 2:15; during the bout, Craig DeGeorge was shown, 
saying there was no update on Randy Savage's health following the attack earlier in the show (WWF Superstars 6/21/88; Glens 
Falls, NY; Civic Center)
9. WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Tito Santana & Rick Martel via count out at 8:16 after Martel 
suffered the Decapitation on the floor (Martel's last appearance for 8 months) 

 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 7/18/88 [24/7]
1. Tito Santana v. Greg Valentine
2. Brother Love – Bobby Heenan introduces the new King of the WWF: Haku!
3. Iron Shiek v. Scott Casey
4. Promo – Big Bossman
5. Rockers v. Conquistadors
6. Ted DiBiase v. Larry Stevens
7. Int – Rick Rude
8. Int – Brutus Beefcake
9. British Bulldogs v. Bolsheviks
10. Brother Love joins the Primetime set, and Gorilla Monsoon walks off.
11. Big Bossman v. Sam Houston
12. Powers of Paine v. Tony Ulyssees & Iron Mike Sharpe
13. King Haku v. Joe Milano
14. Update – Randy Savage and his continuing feud with Ted DiBiase
15. Special Interview – “The Rock” Don Muraco talks about the recovery of his mentor Superstar Billy Graham
16. Brother Love has left the set and Gorilla Monsoon resumes his seat.
17. George Steele v. ???
18. Honkytonk Man v. Bret Hart
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 7/25/88 [24/7]
1. Dino Bravo v. Sam Houston
2. Rick Rude v. Joe Milano
3. Special Interview – Bobby Heenan, Andre the Giant and Ted DiBiase
4. Hart Foundation v. Conquistadors
5. Ken Patera v. Greg Valentine (Jimmy Hart interferes, and Don Muraco runs in to make the save. Muraco is still
upset with Valentine for injuring Superstar Billy Graham. Muraco must be off the juice, as his recent chiseled 
physique is showing some signs of flab around the middle.)
6. Int – Bad News Brown
7. Int – Rockers
8. Iron Shiek v. John Yates
9. Brother Love – Jake & Cheryl Roberts
10. Tito Santana v. “Headbanger” Joe Leduc
11. Int – Slick & The Big Bossman
12. Int – Brutus Beefcake
13. Update – The Powers of Pain and the Bolsheviks
14. Andre the Giant v. Bam Bam Bigelow
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 8/1/88 [24/7]
1. The Conquistadors v. Terry Taylor & Sam Houston (The conquistadors get a rare victory. Afterward, Taylor yells at 
Houston and then beats the hell out of him!)
2. Special Interview – Randy Savage introduces Hulk Hogan as his tag team partner for the Summerslam main event.
3. Ken Patera v. Tom Stone
4. Update – The upcoming Summerslam PPV
5. King Haku v. SD Jones 
6. Hart Foundation v. Renslow & Wagner
7. Int – British Bulldogs
8. Int – Rougeau Brothers
9. Big Bossman v. Chris Goodman
10. Brother Love – Andre the Giant and Ted DiBiase
11. Ultimate Warrior & The British Bulldogs v. Demolition & Mr. Fuji

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 8/8/88 [24/7]
1. Bret Hart v. Danny Davis (MSG 7/88)
2. Terry Taylor v. Scott Casey (Toronto)
3. Summerslam Report 
4. Jim Duggan v. Pete Sanchez
5. Special Interview – Honkytonk Man
6. JYD v. Ron Bass (MSG 5/88)
7. Brother Love – The Megapowers
8. Rockers v. Rougeau Brothers (The Rockers make their MSG debut. Decent match, but these two teams would have much better matches in the months to come.)
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 8/15/88 [24/7]
1. Jake Roberts v. Danny Davis
2. Bad News Brown v. Scott Casey
3. Special Interview – Demolition
4. Don “The Rock” Muraco v. Iron Mike Sharpe (Muraco finishes off Sharpe with the Tombstone Piledriver long
before the Undertaker made it famous.)
5. Randy Savage v. Conquistador #1
6. Brother Love joins the Primetime set. Gorilla Monsoon walks off in disgust.
7. Ted DiBiase v. Jim Brunzell (Good Match)
8. Jesse “The Body” Ventura talks about his being selected as the guest referee for the Summerslam Main Event.
9. JYD v. One Man Gang
10. Ultimate Warrior v. Tom Burton
11. Terry Taylor v. Lanny Poffo
12. Brutus Beefcake v. Hercules (Wrestlefest 88)
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 8/22/88 [24/7]
1. Hercules v. jobber
2. Hart Foundation v. Bob Bryant & Al Kirkland
3. Brother Love – Jesse Ventura
4. Big Bossman v. Scott Casey (Wrestlefest 88)
5. Koko B. Ware v. John Ziegler
6. Ron Bass v. Jim Evans (Bass attempts to abuse Evans after the match, but Brutus Beefcake runs in to make the save)
7. Int – Megapowers
8. King Haku v. Sam Houston (Wrestlefest 88)
9. Jim Duggan v. Honkytonk Man (Wrestlefest 88)
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/13//88 [24/7]
1. Brother Love – Dino Bravo
2. Curt Hennig v. SD Jones (Hennig makes his return to the WWF after more than 5 years. He’s not yet billed as 
”Mr. Perfect”.)
3. Gorilla Monsoon welcomes WWF Champion Randy Savage to the Primetime set. Bobby Heenan leaves the area.
4. Dino Bravo v. Tito Santana
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/20/88 [24/7]
Bobby Heenan and Vince McMahon host the show this week. 
1. Bad News Brown v. Jim Brunzell
2. Rockers v. Iron Mike Sharpe & Danny Davis
3. JYD v. Hercules
4. Barry Horowitz v. Blue Blazer
5. Brother Love – Big Bossman
6. British Bulldogs v. Rougeau Brothers (From Summerslam 88. Good Match!)
7.  
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/27/88 [24/7]
Gorilla Monsoon returns to the broadcast position.
1. B. Brian Blair v. Danny Davis
2. Slick performs a bizarre ritual that transforms the One Man Gang into “The African Dream” Akeem!
3. Young Stallions v. Conquistadors
4. Heenan and Monsoon visit a stable where Bobby Heenan is going to buy a horse from Outlaw Ron Bass. Very funny.
5. Big Bossman v. DJ Peterson
6. Tito Santana v. Tony Ulysses
7. Brother Love – Rougeau Brothers
8. Iron Mike Sharpe v. Tommy Angel
9. Don Muraco v. Dino Bravo (From Summerslam 88)
  
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/4/88 [24/7]
1. Special Interview – Ted DiBiase purchases Hercules as his own personal slave from Bobby Heenan
2. Dino Bravo v. B. Brian Blair
3. Promo – Mr. Perfect shoots some Pool
4. Akeem v. jobber
5. Powers of Pain v. Bolsheviks (clips from Summerslam 88)
6. Mr. Perfect v. Jim Brunzell
7. Brother Love – Jim Duggan (Summerslam 88)
8. Big Bossman v. Koko B. Ware (Summerslam 88)
  
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/11/88 [24/7]
1. Dino Bravo v. Koko B. Ware (In progress)
2. Special Interview – Honkytonk Man
3. Jim Powers v. Chris Curtis
4. Promo – Mr. Perfect bowls a perfect 300 game
5. Big Bossman v. jobber
6. Blue Blazer v. Steve Lombardi
7. Sandy Beach v. Scott Casey
8. B. Brian Blair v. Iron Mike Sharpe
9. Brother Love   Bobby Heenan introduces Terry Taylor as the new member of his family. Heenan repeatedly puts down
Taylor while telling everyone that he’ll take Taylor to the top.
10. Rick Rude v. Joe Cruz
11. Bad News Brown v. Ken Patera (Summerslam 88) 
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/18/88 [24/7]
1. Hillbilly Jim v. Haku
2. Int – Rougeau Brothers
3. Scott Casey v. Pete Dougherty
4. Int – Ron Bass
5. Int – Hercules
6. B. Brian Blair v. Barry Horowitz
7. Promo – Mr. Perfect on the golf course
8. Demolition v. Tommy Angel & DJ Peterson
9. Special Interview – Jake Roberts
10. Blue Blazer v. Jose Estrada
11. Int – Honkytonk Man
12. Int – Koko B. Ware
13. Brother Love – Jim Duggan/Dino Bravo
14. Rick Rude v. JYD (From Summerslam 88)

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 10/25/88 [24/7]
Gorilla Monsoon hosts the show at the camp of Sugar Ray Leonard as Leonard prepares for an upcoming boxing match.
Heenan is nowhere to be seen, as he had been pretty critical of Leonard in recent weeks.
1. Rockers v. Rougeau Brothers 
2. Update – Jim Duggan
3. Bobby Heenan shows up to co host the show with Monsoon. (now that Leonard isn’t in the room)
4. The Brainbusters v. Sam Houston & Scott Casey (Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson make their WWF debut.)
5. Int – Demolition
6. Int – Jake Roberts
7. Brother Love – Hulk Hogan is destroyed by the Big Bossman
8. Promo – Mr. Perfect shoots some hoops
9. Sugar Ray Leonard comes out and confronts Bobby Heenan
10. King Haku v. JYD
11. Int – Ray Leonard
12. Special Interview – Demolition
13. Rick Rude v. Tito Santana (Very Good Match. Afterward, Tito steals Rudes woman and plants his own “Rude 
Awakening Kiss on her!)

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/1/88 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
For the Halloween episode of Primetime, Bobby Heenan is dressed as the Big Bossman in honor of the beating that he put
on Hulk Hogan on a recent Brother Love segment. Gorilla Monsoon has a gorilla suit on under his tuxedo jacket.
1. Blue Blazer v. Boris Zukoff
2. Greg Valentine v. jobber
3. Mr. Perfect plays some chess.
4. Honkytonk Man v. jobber
5. Heenan & Monsoon visit Tony Packo’s café. Very funny.
6. Danny Davis v. Paul Roma (MSG 10/88)
7. Brother Love – Hercules & Randy Savage
8. Rockers v. Demolition (MSG 10/88)
9. Heenan and the Gorilla are closing out the show when GORILLA MONSOON WALKS ONTO THE SET! Heenan
is completely confused, as he thought he had been talking to Monsson in the Gorilla suit, and now it appears that 
this wasn’t the real Monsoon (if was of course. They just put the gorilla suit on another guy for the closing segment. But 
it was absolutely HILARIOUS!
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/8/88 [24/7] 1HR 30MIN
All of the matches on this episode (except #5 & 7) are from Paris France
1. Greg Valentine v. Don “The Rock” Muraco
2. JYD v. Andre the Giant
3. Rockin’ Robin v. Sensational Sherri (Rockin’ Robin pins Sherri to win the WWF Ladies Championship)
4. Leaping Lanny Poffo v. Barry Horowitz
5. Hulk Hogan v. Haku (From SNME 10/29/88)
6. British Bulldogs v. Demolition
7. Rick Rude v. Jake Roberts (SNME 10/29/88)
8. WWF World Champion Randy Savage v. Akeem
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/15/88 [24/7]
1. Big Bossman v. Koko B. Ware (MSG 10/27/88)
2. Blue Blazer v. Jose Estrada
3. Mr. Perfect v. Sam Houston
4. Scott Casey v. jobber
5. Young Stallions v. Steve Lombardi & Iron Mike Sharpe
6. Brother Love – Jake Roberts, Jim Duggan , Tito Santana, B. Brian Blair & Ken Patera, who will be teaming up at the 
Survivor Series
7. Conquistadors v. jobbers (This may be one of the very few wins that the Conquistadors ever had in the WWF.)
8. Dino Bravo v. Ken Patera (SNME 10/29/88)
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/22/88 [24/7]
This week, Bobby Heenan and Gorilla Monsoon host the show from a luxury yacht. Heenan has conned his way onto a yacht and convinced Monsoon that it was his. 
1. Akeem v. SD Jones (Philly Spectrum 11/88) 
2. Harley Race v. Alex Knight 
3. Ken Patera v. Red Rooster 
4. King Haku v. Jim Brunzell 
5. Brother Love – The Megapowers 
6. Blue Blazer v. Danny Davis 
7. Ted DiBiase v. Tito Santana 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/29/88 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 34MIN
1. Dino Bravo v. 2 jobbers
2. Koko B. Ware v. Steve Lomardi (Toronto)
3. Mr. Perfect v. Jim Brunzell
4. Bad News Brown v. Ken Patera
5. Special Interview – Ted DiBiase & Virgil
6. Rockers v. Conquistadors
7. Brother Love – Jack Tunney, who gets roughed up by Bad News Brown
8. Bolsheviks & Akeem v. Young Stallions & Sam Houston
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/5/88 [24/7]
1. Ken Patera v. Outlaw Ron Bass
2. Mr. Perfect v. Paul Roma
3. Nikolai Volkoff v. Iron Mike Sharpe
4. Blue Blazer & Koko B. Ware v. Conquistadors
5. Brother Love – Randy Savage
6. Tito Santana v. Greg Valentine (MSG 11/26/88)
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/12/88 [24/7]
Heenan & Monsoon host the show from Busch Gardens in Tampa, FL. No doubt, there will definitely be some comedy here.
1. SD Jones v. Haku (Boston)
2. Heenan and Monsoon argue with each other, as they look for the WWF’s newest tag team, the Buschwhackers.
3. Hercules v. Boris Zukov
4. Heenan and Monsoon are in the safari area feeding the zebras and giraffes. Heenan isn’t too thrilled to be there with the
animals.
5. Akeem v. Pete Dougherty 
6. More antics with Heenan and Monsoon in the safari pen. Heenan is of course, hilarious!
7. Special Interview – Randy Savage
8. Ron Garvin v. Mike Sharp0e
9. Heenan & Monsoon are taking a train through a tunnel
10. Mr. Perfect v. Jose Luis Rivera
11. Brother Love – Hulk Hogan (SNME 11/26/88)
12. Heenan & Monsoon finally meet the Bushwhackers.
13. Rockers v. The Brainbusters (No match, as both teams brawl all the way to the back.)
14. Heenan & Monsoon talk to a lady and a little girl about the Rockers and the Brainbusters. When Gorilla asks the girl
about the Brainbusters, the little girl kicks Heenan! The lady and the girl were actually Heenan’s wife and daughter.

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/19/88 [24/7]
1. (12/6/88 Daytona, FL) Rougeau Brothers (w/Hart) vs. Koko B. Ware & Scott Casey (Update   Royal Rumble) 
2. (11/15/88 San Francisco, CA) Greg Valentine & Honkytonk Man (w/Hart) vs. Paul Brown & Rex Farmer (Promo   Rumble) (Int Jake 
Robberts) 
3. (12/4/88 Hamilton, Ontario) Tim Horner vs. Johnny K 9 (Int Bushwackers) 
4. (12/3/88  Boston, MA) Jim Powers vs. Jose Estrada (Int Bossman & Slick/Koko B Ware) (Brother Love w/Andre & Heenan) 
5. (12/3/88 Boston, MA) Mike Sharpe vs. Barry Horowitz
6. (11/16/88 Sacramento, CA) Jim Duggan vs. Boris Zhukov

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/26/88 [24/7]
1. (11/15/88 San Francisco, CA) Harley Race vs. Jim Gorman
2. (12/7/88 Tampa, FL) The Rockers vs. The Gladiator & Pete Sanchez (Special Report   Royal Rumble)
Note: Aired Incomplete Everywhere on WWE 24/7 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/2/89 [24/7]
1. (12/6/88 Daytona, FL) Jim Powers vs. Danny Davis
2. (1988 YIR) Ultimate Warrior vs. Steve Lombardi (Int HTM & Jimmy Hart) 
3. (8/28/88 MSG) (WWF I C Championship) Honkytonk Man (w/Hart) vs. Ultimate Warrior (Int Dibiase, Virgil, Hercules & Heenan) 
4. (2/5/88 Indianapolis, IN) (WWF Championship) Hulk Hogan vs. Andre The Giant (w/Dibiase & Virgil) (Int Dibiase, Andre & Virgil) (Clip Jack Tunney) (Highlights Wrestlemania IV) (Update   Badnews Brown & Jack Tunney) (Clips Mr. Perfect) (Clip Bushwackers) (Clips Rooster & Heenan) (Clip Blazer) (Clip Akeem & Bossman) (Clip Brother Love   Hogan, SLick & Bossman) 
5. (12/7/88  Tampa, FL) The Rockers vs. Jose Estrada & Mike Sharpe (Int Martel/Rougeaus, Bravo, Hart & Martin) (Clips Brother Love) (Clips Demolition & Strike Force) (Clips Demolition, Fuji & Powers of Pain) (Clip King Haku) (Clips Mega Powers) (Royal Rumble Report) 
6. (5/7/88 Boston) Bret Hart vs. Badnews Brown
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/9/89 [24/7]
1. (12/7/88 Tampa, FL) Hart Foundation vs. Greg Valentine & Honkytonk Man (w/Jimmy Hart) (Update   Big John Studd) (Clip Bushwackers) 
2. (12/7/88 Tampa, FL) Ron Garvin vs. Steve Lombardi
3. (12/17/88 Los Angeles, CA) Akeem (w/Slick) vs. Koko B. Ware (Int Andre & Heenan/Hogan & Elizabeth) 
4. (1/4/89 Birmingham, AL) Ted Dibiase (w/Virgil) vs. Paul Roma (Int Powers of Pain & Fuji/Martell/Badnews/Rockin Robin) 
5. (10/26/88 Salisbury, MD) Rougeau Brothers (w/Hart) vs. Rusty Riddle & Tommy Angel (Int Bossman, Akeem & Slick) (Int Dibiase & Virgil/Bushwackers/Rougeaus, Bravo, Hart & Martin) (Royal Rumble Report) 
6. (12/6/88 Daytona, FL) Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/Heenan) vs. Tim Horner & George South (Special Report   Rougeau Brothers & Hart) 
7. (12/7/88 Tampa, FL) Tito Santana vs. Red Rooster (w/Heenan)

Primetime Wrestling 1/16/89 [24/7]
Note: Special 200th Episode Featuring Terry Taylor as In Studio Guest & Debut of Steve Lombardi as the Brooklyn Brawler
1. (1/3/89 Huntsville, AL) Ron Bass vs. Jim Powers (Update   Hogan, Akeem, Bossman & Savage) (Int Red Rooster In Studio) 
2. (12/30/88 MSG) Tim Horner vs. Barry Horowitz
3. (1/4/89 Birmingham, AL) Jim Neidhart vs. Mike Sharpe
4. (12/30/88 MSG) Ron Garvin vs. Greg Valentine (Int Heenan & Rude/Beefcake) (Int Rooster & Heenan in Studio w/Brooklyn Brawler) (Clip Bushwackers) 
5. (12/7/88 Tampa, FL) Mr. Perfect vs. Koko B. Ware (Brother Love w/HTM, Greg Valentine & Jimmy Hart) 
6. (1/3/89 Huntsville, AL) Brutus Beefcake vs. Jacques Rougeau (w/Jimmy Hart) (Int Heenan & Brawler) 


PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/23/89 (Very Good Quality)
1. Dino Bravo v. Ron Garvin
2. Bushwhackers v. Tom Stone & Jerry Price
3. Int – Rockin’ Robin. Sensational Sherri comes out and brawls with the WWF Ladies Champion.
4. Brain Busters v. Young Stallions
5. Int – Bad News Brown
6. Int – Jake Roberts
7. Mr. Perfect v. Jose Luis Rivera
8. Int – Ron Bass
9. Int – Bret Hart
10. Rick Martel v. Barry Horowitz
11. Koko B. Ware & Blue Blazer v. Danny Davis & Jose Estrada
12. Brother Love – Andre the Giant & Bobby Heenan
13. Randy Savage v. Akeem (Big Bossman is at ringside for Akeem. Hulk Hogan comes in to even the score.)

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/30/89 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 2hrs 25min
The first show of this disk is the 1/29/89 episode of Wrestling Spotlight. After that, is part 1 of perhaps the best Primetime
episode to ever air. THE WILD WEST EPISODE. Heenan and Monsoon are at their best!
Wrestling Spotlight 1/29/89
1. Bushwhackers v. Jerry Price & Tom Stone
2. Brother Love – The Megapowers
3. Mr. Perfect v. Jose Luis Rivera
4. Int – Bret Hart
5. Int – Andre the Giant & Rick Rude
6. Dino Bravo v. Ron Garvin (clips)
7. Int – Honkytonk Man
8. Int – Rick Rude
9. Rick Rude v. jobber
10. Clips of the feud between Bobby Heenan and his former protégé, the Red Rooster. Including Heenan’s newest find, The 
Brooklyn Brawler attacking the Rooster on the set of Primetime Wrestling
11. Rockers v. Dale Veasy & Bob Blake
12. Powers of Pain v. Reno Riggins & John Zeigler
13. Int – Bolsheviks
14. Int – Hercules

Primetime Wrestling 1/30/89 Part 1 of the Wild West Episode
15. Monsoon pulls up to the set of an authentic looking wild west town in Tucson, Arizona and welcomes us to the show. He’s
very happy, as he doesn’t have Bobby Heenan with him.
16. Sam Houston v. Danny Davis
17. Monsoon meets up with the director of the movie shoot (who also happens to have played several other bit roles in previous
Primetime episodes, including that of the set director of at least one episode of Fuji Vice 2 years ago, and that of Bobby
Heenan’s lawyer. Pretty funny guy.
18. Brooklyn Brawler v. Reno Riggins
19. Bobby Heenan makes a spectacular entrance to Primetime having wandered onto the set during a shoot and getting
blown up with some dynamite in true “Wile E Coyote” fashion. Monsoon is pissed, as he thought he would not have to deal
with the brain this week.
20. Brother Love – The Megapowers
21. Akeem v. Blue Blazer (Boston)
22. Int – Ron Bass
23. Int – Hercules
24. Bobby Heenan interrupts a scene in the movie and tries to direct the action. The actual director and Monsoon run in and send
Heenan off.
25. Ron Garvin v. John Ziegler
26. Heenan finds an asian guy and orders him to clean his hat which was damaged in the dynamite scene. Meanwhile,
Monsoon and the director have a few words about “The Brain” with the director deciding that Heenan will never be
in his movie. 
27. Tim Horner v. Jose Estrada
28. Int – Koko B. Ware
29. Int – Ted DiBiase
30. Monsoon and the director talk some more, and the director decided to put Heenan in the movie, indicating that Heenan
has promised him some money. Monsoon is extremely skeptical, and tries to warn him.
31. Jim Neidhart v. jobber
32. Heenan returns to the table with Monsoon and signs a contract that the director left for him. 
33. Special Report – Rick Rude attacks the Ultimate Warrior during their Super Pose Down in the Royal Rumble.
34. The Director finds Gorilla Monsoon and ushers him outside as they’ll begin filming Heenan’s scenes. It looks like they
have a few plans to get back at “The Brain”
35. Int   Ron Garvin
36. Int – Jim Duggan
37. Heenan talks with Monsoon as he prepares first scene.
38. Tito Santana v. Ron Bass (MSG)
39. Heenan’s first scene. HILARIOUS! I won’t spoil it for you.

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 2/6/89 [24/7]
It’s part 2 of  the WILD WILD WEST EPISODE! Probably my favorite episode of Primetime Wrestling. Heenan and 
Monsoon are on location on the set of a Western. Heenan is trying to get out of doing the show, but Monsoon isn’t letting him leave.
1. Several scenes from the Western footage with Heenan interfering in the footage with nothing nothing short of 
HILARIOUS results.
2. Monsoon and the director of the movie decide to keep Heenan in the film, but to have some fun with it at “The Brain’s” 
expense.
3. Scene #1: Bobby Heenan enters the local bar when a bar fight breaks out and Heenan gets shot.
4. Red Rooster v. Danny Davis
5. Update – Haku v. Harley Race in a battle for the crown. 
6. Int – Bobby Heenan & Haku
7. Bobby Heenan is a bit squeamish about preparing for his next scene, but a pretty show girl convinces him to go get ready.
8. Big Bossman v. Rick Allen
9. Heenan is still getting ready for his scene, so Monsoon talks with a local whino.
10. Int – Powers of Pain
11. Int – Jim Duggan
12. Gorilla talks with the director to make sure that Heenan is ready for his next scene. Heenan is a bit worried about what will 
happen to him , but the director assures him that everything will be just fine.
13. Mr. Perfect v. Rick Martel
14. Scene #2: Heenan is hilarious discussing his lines prior to the start of the scene. The only thing funnier is the actual scene 
itself. GREAT STUFF!
15. Monsoon helps Heenan recover from his latest scene (he took a chairshot and fell through a window). Heenan is pissed!
16. Brutus Beefcake v. Rick Rude
17. Brother Love – Jake Roberts
18. Monsoon shows Heenan’s last scene in slow motion just to rib Heenan some more. Heenan is ready to quit and confronts
the director with his gun, and Monsoon runs the director off the set before he gets shot.
19. Heenan declares himself to be the new director of the movie and begins to make changes, while insulting the entire cast
and crew.
20. Sam Houston v. Barry Horowitz
21. Heeanan continues to call for changes in “his” movie while pissing everyone off, but Monsoon returns to try to reign him in.
22. Ultimate Warrior v. Haku
23. Heenan calls for action in his new scene and insists that it involve an explosion. Needless to say, Heenan winds up looking 
much worse for wear.
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 2/13/89 [24/7]
1. Bret Hart v. Darryl Peterson
2. Footage from the Main Event match between the Megapowers v. The Twin Towers when Randy Savage turned on Hulk
Hogan. 
3. Koko B. Ware v. Bad News Brown
4. Rockers v. Barry Horowitz & Jose Estrada
5. Int – Hercules
6. Int – Ron Bass
7. Rick Rude v. Hillbilly Jim
8. Ted DiBiase commissions the building of his Million$$$ Belt
9. Bushwhackers v. Bolsheviks
10. Big John Studd v. Chip Atkinson & The Black Knight
11. Int –Randy Savage
12. Haku v. jobber
13. Brother Love – Brooklyn Brawler & Bobby Heenan 
14. Mr. Perfect v. Brutus Beefcake

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 2/20/89 [24/7]
FACE to FACE episode – The theme for this episode, is a series of face to face debates between the wrestlers who will be facing 
each other at Wrestlemania 5.
1. Twin Towers v. Mark Ming & Ricky Ataki
2. Update – Wrestlemania 5
3. Face to Face Debate: Powers of Pain v. Demolition
4. Koko B. Ware v. Boris Zukoff
5. Face to Face Debate: Hercules v. King Haku/Bobby Heenan
6. Face to Face Debate : Jake Roberts v. Andre the Giant/Bobby Heenan (Guest referee Big John Studd comes out to confront both men.)
7. Outlaw Ron Bass v. Paul Roma
8. Bad News Brown v. Pete Dougherty
9. Face to Face Debate: Ron Garvin v. Dino Bravo/Frenchie Martin
10. Face to Face Debate: Rockin’ Robin v. Sensational Sherri (Both men debate whether Elizabeth should be in either Randy 
Savage’s or Hulk Hogan’s corner.)
11. Jim Powers v. Iron Mike Sharpe
12. Face to Face Debate: Red Rooster v. Brooklyn Brawler/Bobby Heenan
13. Honkytonk Man v. Jim Neidhart
14. Face to Face Debate: Bushwhackers v. Rougeau Brothers/Jimmy Hart
15. Ted DiBiase oversees the production of his Million $$$ Belt
16. Brainbusters v. Rockers
17. Face to Face Debate: Ultimate Warrior v. Rick Rude (Rude has his say before the Warrior can come out. The Warrior then 
runs in like a bat out of hell, destroys the debate set, and runs back to the dressing room.)
18. Brooklyn Brawler v. Omar Atlas
19. Not quite Face to Face Debate: Hulk Hogan v. Randy Savage (Hogan is there, but not Savage. Instead, they air a promo from 
Savage, with Hogan giving his response.
20. Demolition v. Powers of Pain

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 2/27/89 [24/7]

1. (1/25/89 Phoenix, AZ) Dino Bravo (w/Frency Martin) vs. Brutus Beefcake
2. (2/16/89 Hershey, PA) Ron Garvin vs. Ron Bass (Clip Ted Dibiase & Virgil)
3. (1/25/89 Phoenix, AZ) Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/Heenan) vs. Louie Spicolli & Ricky Ataki
4. (1/24/89 Tucson, AZ) Hillbilly Jim vs. Barry Horowitz (Clip Savage)
5. (1/24/89 Tucson, AZ) (Handicap Match) Andre The Giant (w/Heenan) vs. Tito Santana & Jim Powers (Brother Love w/Demolition)
6. (1/24/89 Tuscon, AZ) Mr. Perfect vs. Red Rooster (w/Brawler & Heenan) (Int Brain Busters & Heenan)
7. (1/25/89 Phoenix, AZ) Powers of Pain (w/Mr. Fuji) vs. Sam Houston & Stephon Deleon (Clip Hogan)
8. (1/24/89 Tuscon, AZ) Hercules vs. Lou Fabiano
9. (2/20/89 MSG) Rick Martel vs. King Haku (w/Heenan)


WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/6/89 (VG   1hr 45mins)
1. Interviews w/Jake Roberts/Heenan & Andre/Demolition/Run DMC/Morton Downey Jr./Powers of Pain & Mr. Fuji 
2. Randy Savage tells his side of the story of the Mega Powers feud PART 1 
3. Hulk Hogan tells his side of the story of the Mega Powers feud PART 1 
4. Red Rooster (Terry Taylor) vs. Tim Patterson
5. King Haku vs. Omar Atlas
6. Big John Studd vs. Chris Duffy & Mitch Carey (Handicapped)
7. Sam Houston vs. Dino Bravo
8. Honky Tonk Man & Greg Valentine vs. Paul Brown & Rex Farmer
9. Brother Love Show w/Ted Dibiase (Debuts the Million $ Belt)
10. Twin Towers (Akeem & Boss Man) vs. Jobbers
11. Bad News Brown vs. Scott Casey (Boston Gardens)
12. Rick Rude vs. Koko B. Ware (Boston Gardens)
13. Sherri Martel Video 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/13/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Heenan & Andre/Demolition/Mr. Fuji & Powers of Pain/ 
1. Randy Savage tells his side of the story of the Mega Powers feud PART 2 
2. Hulk Hogan tells his side of the story of the Mega Powers feud PART 2
3. Blue Blazer vs. Barry Horowitz (Meadowlands)
4. Brain Busters (Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard) vs. Terry Daniels & Jobber
5. Sam Houston & Hillbilly Jim vs. George South & Gene Ligon
6. Twin Towers vs. Jobbers
7. Bret Hart vs. Danny Davis (MSG)
8. Brother Love Show w/Jim Duggan 
9. Rougeau Brothers vs. Jobbers
10. Hercules runs Bobby Heenan off the Prime Time set
11. Rockers vs. Conquistadors (MSG) 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/20/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Rougeau's/BushWhackers/Dibiase/Hogan/Savage/Heenan & Brain Busters 
1. Jake Roberts vs. Boris Zhukov
2. Update: Elizabeth decides to be impartial at WrestleMania 5
3. Greg Valentine & Honky Tonk Man vs. Tim Horner & Jim Evans
4. Brother Love Show w/Red Rooster
5. King Haku vs. Tony Causey
6. Tito Santana vs. Dino Bravo
7. Brutus Beefcake vs. Rick Rude (from SNME, Jake, Andre & Studd come in)
8. Ted Dibiase vs. Bret Hart 
 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/27/89 [24/7]
 This episode recaps all the major feuds going into Wrestlemania 5 
1. Demolition/Powers of Pain feud Recap
2. Red Rooster/Bobby Heenan feud Recap
3. Harts/Honky & Valentine feud Recap
4. Jake/Andre/Studd feud Recap
5. Warrior/Rude feud Recap
6. Hogan/Savage feud Recap
7. BushWhackers vs. Danny Davis & Jose Estrada
8. Hercules vs. Jobber
9. Paul Roma vs. Brooklyn Brawler (IP)
10. Rockers vs. Brain Busters (Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/3/89 [24/7]
 Hosted by Tony Schiavone & Sean Mooney. This episode is promoting various Coliseum home videos by playing several 
matches from the various tapes that are on sale.
1. Jim Duggan vs. Boris Zhukov (Flag Match) (Promoting the Best of Jim Duggan)
2. Bret Hart vs. Bad News Brown (Promoting WrestleFest '88)
3. Tito Santana vs. Masked Executioner (Promoting WrestleMania 1)
4. Big Boss Man vs. Koko B. Ware (Promoting Summer Slam '88)
5. Brutus Beefcake vs. Jacques Rougeau (Raymond comes in) (Promoting Best of the WWF Vol. 18)
6. Ultimate Warrior, Brutus Beefcake, Blue Blazer, Sam Houston & Jim Brunzell vs. Honky Tonk Man, Ron Bass, Greg Valentine, 
Danny Davis & Bad News Brown (Promoting Survivor Series '88)
7. Bret Hart vs. Steve Lombardi (Jimmy Hart gets involved) (Promoting Brains Behind the Braun)
8. Hart Foundation vs. Conquistadors (Jimmy Hart gets involved) (Promoting Brains Behind the Braun)
9. Women's Champ Rockin' Robin vs. Judy Martin (Promoting Royal Rumble '89)
10. Jake Roberts vs. Rick Rude (Promoting WrestleMania IV)
11. Hulk Hogan Real American Video (Promoting HulkaMania 3) 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/10/89 [24/7]
 Post WrestleMania 5 Hogan & Liz/Savage & Sherri Confrontation 
1. Interviews w/Hogan/John Studd 
2. The Barbarian vs. Chuck Williams
3. Brutus Beefcake vs. Steve Stone
4. Genius Promo #1
5. Tito Santana vs. Mike Sharpe
6. The Rosatti Sisters join the studio
7. Young Stallions vs. Conquistadors (MSG)
8. Brooklyn Brawler vs. Terry Daniels
9. Hart Foundation vs. Intruder & Black Knight
10. Brother Love Show w/Twin Towers & Slick
11. Mr. Perfect vs. Ron Garvin 
 

WWF Primetime Wrestling April 17, 1989 (24/7)
1. (4/5/89 Syracuse, NY) Hillbilly Jim vs. Boris Zhukov (Update   Rude & Warrior)
2. (3/8/89 Odessa, TX) The Warlord (w/Fuji) vs. Ricky Ataki
3. (3/7/89 El Paso, TX) The Rockers vs. Barry Horowitz & Danny Davis
4. (3/7/89 El Paso, TX) Jake Robberts vs. Dusty Wolfe (Int Garvin/Robin) (Promo   Jimmy Snuka)
5. (3/8/89 Odessa, TX) Rougeau Brothers (w/Hart) vs. Tim Horner & Jeff Gaylord (Clip The Genious)
6. (3/7/89 El Paso, TX) King Haku (w/Heenan) vs. Louie Spicolli
7. (3/7/89 El Paso, TX) Red Rooster vs. Steve Sharkey
8. (3/8/89 Odessa, TX) Big Bossman & Akeem (w/Slick) Stephon DeLeon & Scott Casey (Brother Love w/Randy Savage & Sherri) (Int Barbarian & Fuji/Greg Valentine & Jimmy Hart)
9. (3/7/89 El Paso, TX) The Bushwackers vs. Tom Stone & Lou Fabiano (Int Perfect/Duggan)
10. (3/18/89 MSG) Hercules vs. Bad News Brown


 WWF Prime Time Wrestling 4/24/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Anvil/Rougeau's/Andre/Blue Blazer/Hillbilly Jim/Brain Busters/Tito 
1. Brain Busters (Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard) vs. Sam Houston & Scott Casey
2. Brother Love Show w/Randy Savage (announces Sherri as his new manager)
3. Blue Blazer vs. Jose Estrada
4. Honky Tonk Man vs. Jobber
5. "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka Promo
6. BushWhackers vs. Mcguyver & Wise
7. Mr. Perfect vs. Tim Horner (Boston Gardens)
8. Brother Love Show w/Brutus Beefcake (Savage & Sherri cut Beefcake's hair)
9. Genius Promo # 2 or 3
10. Ron Garvin vs. Greg Valentine (Valentine demands a "Retirement" match after losing)
11. Rick Martel vs. Terry Daniels (Martel debuts Slick as his new manager)
12. King Haku vs. Hillbilly Jim (Boston Gardens) 
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 5/1/89 [24/7]
1. Rockers v. George South & Boris Zhukov 
2. Update – Randy Savage and Sensational Sherri attack Beefcake and cut his hair on the Brother Love show 
3. Mr. Perfect v. Jose Luis Rivera 
4. Jim Neidhart v. Tony Suber 
5. Special Interview – Hillbilly Jim 
6. Promo – The Genius Lanny Poffo 
7. Rougeau Brothers v. Koko B. Ware & Scott Casey 
8. Jake Roberts v. Chris Duffy 
9. Demolition v. Rick Mitchell & Jim Chappel 
10. Brother Love – The Bushwhackers 
11. Rick Rude v. Hercules 
12. Dino Bravo v. Brian Johnson 
13. Warlord v. Mark Ming 
14. Red Rooster v. Mike Williams 
15. Greg Valentine v. Ronnie Garvin (When they fought last week, Garvin scored an upset with a small package. 
 In an interview after the match, Valentine promised to retire forever if Garvin can beat him again. A match w
as then signed with the stipulation that whoever loses the fall will have to retire. And sure enough, with a pull of the tights, 
Valentine wins and Garvin is forced to retire!) 
 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 5/8/89 [24/7]

1. (4/4/89 Glens Falls, NY) Honkytonk Man (w/Hart) vs. Chuck Williams (Update   Valentine & Garvin)
2. (4/5/89 Syracuse, NY) Badnews Brown vs. Tony Roy
3. (4/5/89 Syracuse, NY) John Studd vs. King Haku (w/Heenan) (Clip The Genious)
4. (4/24/89 MSG) Boris Zhukov vs. Paul Roma
5. (4/4/80 Glens Falls, NY) (Ron Garvin Ref) Red Rooster vs. Mike Sharpe (Brother Love w/Tito Santana) (Int Bushwackers/Rick Martel & Slick) (Promo   Jimmy Snuka)
6. (4/5/89 Syracuse, NY) Rougeau Brothers (w/Hart) vs. George Skaaland & Paul Smith (Int Jim Duggan)
7. (4/4/89 Glens Falls, NY) Jake Robberts vs. Virgil
8. (4/5/89 Syracuse, NY) Blue Blazer vs. Gary Royal
9. (4/4/89 Glens Falls, NY) Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/Heenan) vs. Gene Ligon & Mark Brown (Int Rude & Heenan/Bret Hart)
10. (4/26/89 Omaha, NE) Hercules vs. The Barbarian (w/Fuji)


WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/15/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Hillbilly/Andre/Liz/Barbarian/Koko/Anvil/Perfect/Demolition/Honky/Bush Whackers/Rude/Genius 
1. Brutus Beefcake vs. Tony Leone (Ref. Ron Garvin)
2. Origin of Jake/Dibiase feud (Jake beats Virgil and hands out Dibiase's money, Ted then attacks)
3. Warlord vs. Tim Horner
4. Tag Champs Demolition vs. Honky Tonk man & Greg Valentine (Ref. Ron Garvin)
5. Genius vs. Jim Powers (Genius' Debut, Boston Gardens)
6. Bret Hart vs. Dave Wagner
7. Bad News Brow vs. Jobber
8. Zeus makes an appearance in the ring 
9. Twin Towers vs. Kevin Michaelson & Jim Merkel
10. Ultimate Warrior vs. Al Burke
11. Brain Busters (Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard) vs. Koko B. Ware & Blue Blazer
12. King Haku vs. Jim Duggan (King Title Change) 


WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/22/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Rude/Hillbilly/Valentine/Hercules/Demolition/Genius/Jimmy Hart & Rougeau's 
1. Koko B. Ware vs. Boris Zhukov
2. IC Champ Rick Rude vs. Jim Evans
3. Barry Horowitz vs. Dusty Wolfe (Boston Gardens)
4. Jim Duggan's KING Coronation
5. Dino Bravo vs. Scott Colton
6. Brother Love Show w/Jake Roberts
7. Red Rooster (Terry Taylor) vs. Brooklyn Brawler (Ref. Ron Garvin)
8. Warlord vs. Paul Roma
9. Rockers vs. Rougeau Brothers
10. Mr. Perfect vs. Jim Powers 

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/29/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Dibiase/Duggan/Tito/Rude/Warrior/Perfect/Martel/BushWhackers/Hercules 
1. Ted Dibiase vs. Scott Colton
2. Haku vs. Jim Evans
3. Rick Martel vs. Tim Horner
4. Brutus Beefcake vs. Tom Stone
5. Honky Tonk Man vs. Jimmy Powers 
6. Brother Love w/Zeus 
7. Bret Hart vs. Randy Spear (Ron Garvin is ref.)
8. Red Rooster (Terry Taylor) vs. Charlon
 Bad News Brown & Brooklyn Brawler vs. Blue Blazer & Hillbilly Jim 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 6/5/89 [24/7]
1. On the site of the "No Holds Barred" Movie premiere 
2. Interviews w/Genius/Perfect/Rougeau's/Rooster/Demolition/Bret/Barbarian/Bravo/Koko 
3. King Jim Duggan vs. Dave Wagner (Heenan, Haku, Andre & John Studd come in)
4. Mr. Perfect vs. Jobber
5. Twin Towers (Boss Man & Akeem) vs. Jerry Lynn & Ray Brown
6. BushWhackers vs. Bad News Brown & Brooklyn Brawler
7. Honky Tonk Man vs. Red Tyler 
8. Jimmy Snuka Interview (Honky Tonk Man interjects and gets Superflied)
9. From 1988: Heenan attempts to sell Hercules, Dibiase attacks Herc
10. Mike Sharpe vs. Jim Powers 
11. Tag Champs Demolition vs. Todd Becker & Fuller Stevens
12. Dusty Rhodes Promo #1 (Dusty's a Pizza Delivery Man) 
13. Tito Santana vs. Jake Milliman (Ron Garvin is Ref.) 
14. Hillbilly Jim vs. Greg Valentine (MSG) 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 6/12/89 (GOOD QUALITY   1hr 56mins)
1. Interviews w/Honky/Anvil/Rougeau's/Rude/Hillbilly/Valentine 
2. Hercules vs. Harley Manson
3. Blue Blazer vs. Greg Valentine (MSG)
4. Genius vs. Brian Costello
5. IC Champ Rick Rude vs. Frank DeFalco
6. Tim Horner vs. Barry Horowitz (Boston Gardens) 
7. Dusty Rhodes Promo #2 (Dusty's working at a Mexican Restaurant)
8. Ultimate Warrior vs. Dusty Wolfe
9. Bad News Brown vs. Brutus Beefcake (Boston Gardens) 
 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 6/19/89 [24/7]
  The Warlord (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned the Blue Blazer at 2:14 by catching Blazer coming off the top and hitting a powerslam (6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  The Bushwhackers defeated Dusty Wolfe & Jim Merkel at 3:14 when Luke pinned Merkel following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge   6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
  Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Red Tyler via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:19 (WWF Superstars   5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
  Mr. Perfect pinned JT Thomas with the Perfect Plex at 1:52 (WWF Superstars   5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
  Paul Roma & Jim Powers defeated Boris Zhukov & Barry Horowitz at 9:01 when Powers pinned Horowitz with a powerslam (6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  Rick Martel (w/ Slick) pinned Jerry Lynn at 2:49 with a kneedrop off the top (Wrestling Challenge   5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
  Coliseum Video Corner: WWF IC Champion the Ultimate Warrior pinned Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) with a clothesline after hitting the challenger with his own shin guard (The Ultimate Warrior) (2/3/89; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center)
  Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tim Horner & Chris Zarna at 3:49 when Raymond pinned Zarna following a kneedrop by Jacques as Raymond had a Boston Crab applied (Wrestling Challenge   6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
  Hillbilly Jim pinned Butler Stevens at 1:33 with a boot to the face (WWF Superstars   6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  Bad News Brown pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with the Ghetto Blaster at 4:36 (6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)

 

WWF PRIMETIME WRESTLING 6/26/89 [24/7]
  Mr. Perfect pinned Scott Colton with the Perfect Plex at 1:44 (WWF Superstars   6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  Brutus Beefcake defeated Tom Stock via submission with the sleeper at 2:40 (Wrestling Challenge   5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
  Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Tim Horner & Chris Zarna at 3:49 when Raymond pinned Zarna following a kneedrop by Jacques as Raymond had a Boston Crab applied (Wrestling Challenge   6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
  Hillbilly Jim pinned Butler Stevens at 1:33 with a boot to the face (WWF Superstars   6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  Barry Windham pinned Frankie DeFalco at 1:39 with the superplex (Windham's return after 4 years; the debut of the Widowmaker gimmick) (WWF Superstars   6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  King Jim Duggan pinned Jim Megan at 1:55 with the running clothesline (Wrestling Challenge   6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
  Coliseum Video Corner: WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated the Powers of Pain (w/ Mr. Fuji) via disqualification at 8:16 when Mr. Fuji threw powder in Ax' eyes after Ax attacked the challengers with Fuji's cane behind the referee's back; after the bout, the Powers of Pain further attacked the champions (Best of the WWF Vol. 19) (2/3/89; Milwaukee, WI; Bradley Center)
  Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Barry Horowitz & Tom Stone at 3:19 when Michaels pinned Stone following double flyiing fistdrops (Wrestling Challenge   6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
  WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Sonny Rogers at the 45 second mark with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, the Ultimate Warrior attacked Rude after the champion brought a young lady into the ring and closed his eyes in preparation for her to kiss him (WWF Superstars   6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  Tito Santana pinned Dusty Wolfe at 3:04 with the flying forearm; Ron Garvin was the referee (Wrestling Challenge   5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
  The Barbarian (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Tom Stark at 1:46 with a clothesline off the top (WWF Superstars   6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  Greg Valentine pinned Jim Neidhart at 8:06 after pulling off his shinguard and hitting Neidhart with it after Neidhart shoved the referee down (2/20/89; Madison Square Garden)

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 7/3/89 [24/7]
  Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Tom Stock & Eddie Slater at 2:57 when Anderson pinned Slater following a spike piledriver behind the referee's back (WWF Superstars   5/17/89; Duluth, MN; Entertainment Convention Center)
  Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Jake Milliman & Boris Zhukov at 3:03 when Bret pinned Milliman following the Hart Attack; Ron Garvin was the referee for the bout and knocked Zhukov out following the match after Zhukov shoved him into the ropes (Wrestling Challenge   6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
  Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated JT Thomas via submission with the Million $ Dream at 2:21 (Wrestling Challenge   5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
  Bad News Brown pinned Larry Larson at 2:02 with the Ghetto Blaster (Wrestling Challenge   6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
  Hercules defeated Butler Stevens via submission with the backbreaker at 1:56 (Wrestling Challenge   6/7/89; Rockford, IL; Metro Centre)
  The Big Bossman & Akeem (w/ Slick) defeated Jim Evans & Ron Fails at 4:17 when Akeem pinned Evans with the splash after Bossman hit a reverse shoulderbreaker; after the bout, Akeem handcuffed Fails to the ring rope so Bossman could beat him with the nightstick (WWF Superstars   6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  Koko B. Ware pinned Barry Horowitz at 2:59 with the Ghostbuster; Ron Garvin was the referee for the bout (Wrestling Challenge   5/16/89; LaCrosse, WI; LaCrosse Center)
  Coliseum Video Corner: Brutus Beefcake defeated Ron Bass via submission with the sleeper at 7:40 in a hair vs. hair match after avoiding a clothesline (More Saturday Night's Main Event) (Saturday Night's Main Event   12/7/88; Tampa, FL; SunDome)
  WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated Tom Stone & Chris Curtis at 2:30 when Ax pinned Curtis following the Decapitation (WWF Superstars   6/6/89; Madison, WI; Dane County Coliseum)
  Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Dino Bravo & Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) via reverse decision; Bravo pinned Jannetty with a roll over following a clothesline from Valentine behind the referee's back at 11:36 but referee Ron Garvin came ringside after the bout and informed the referee what had taken place   which led to the decision being reversed (SuperTape 2) (6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 7/10/89 [24/7]

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


WWF Prime Time Wrestling 7/17/89 [24/7]
Footage is shown from last week’s show where Bobby Heenan announces that he’s getting his own TV show. He then gathers 
his things and walks off the set. Gorilla Monsoon lets us know that Bobby Heenan’s show will debut tonight, and then 
introduces us to his new broadcast partner, ROWDY RODDY PIPER!
1. The Widowmaker [Barry Windham] v. jobber (Windham isn’t referred to by his real name. He’s only referred to as the
Widowmaker)
2. Update – Referee Ronnie Garvin brawls with Dino Bravo after a recent match. WWF President Jack Tunney warns Garvin
not to fight with any other wrestlers. Greg Valentine (who retired Garvin, leading to his role as a special referee) demands
that Garvin be suspended immediately.
3. Mr. Perfect v. jobber. (During the match, Bobby Heenan who was at the announcers booth with Gorilla Monsoon gets
extremely upset and storms off the set.)
4. Int – Powers of Pain
5. Int – King Hacksaw Jim Duggan
6. Int – Bobby Heenan as he prepares for his debut show.
7. Paul Roma v. Sandy Beach
8. Int   Randy Savage & Zeus
9. Int – Hulk Hogan & Brutus Beefcake
10. Tito Santana v. Boris Zukoff
11. Brother Love – The Genius, Lanny Poffo
12. Int – Bobby Heenan is almost ready for his show.
13. Mr. Perfect v. Hercules
· Bobby Heenan Show episode #1:
Lord Alfred Hayes is the MC, and Jamison and the Oinkettes are introduced – 
· Penny and Coco , a mother daughter comedy act

WWF PRIMETIME WRESTLING 7/24/89 (24/7)

7/24/89 (3.9)   included the second edition of the Bobby Heenan Show (2.5):
  The Big Bossman (w/ Slick) pinned Jim McPherson at 1:26 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Dusty Rhodes came into the
ring and stole the nightstick from Slick before the Bossman could attack his opponent with it and then attacked Bossman with
nightstick as Slick attempted to hit Rhodes with the handcuffs (WWF Superstars   6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
  Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Barry Horowitz & Dave Coleman at 2:48 when Bret pinned Coleman following the Hart
Attack (WWF Superstars   6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial)
  Rick Martel (w/ Slick) pinned Don Champ at 3:50 with a kneedrop off the top (6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
  The Genius pinned Jose Luis Rivera with a somersault splash off the top at 13:07 (7/10/89; Long Island, NY; Nassau Coliseum)
  The Bushwhackers defeated the Gladiator & Sandy Beach at 3:09 when Luke pinned the Gladiator following the double
gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge   6/27/89; Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center)
  The Red Rooster defeated Jim Chapel via submission at 1:44 with an elevated chickenwing (Wrestling Challenge   6/27/89;
Niagara Falls, NY; Convention Center
)
  WWF IC Champion Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Tony Durante at 1:17 with the Rude Awakening (WWF Superstars  
6/28/89; Rochester, NY; War Memorial
)
  Bad News Brown pinned Koko B. Ware at 7:35 with the Ghetto Blaster (1/24/89; Tucson, AZ; Convention Center)

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLIING 7/31/89 [24/7]

1.        Greg Valentine v. Jimmy Snuka (From SNME 7/29/89   Ron Garvin is the guest referee.  Needless to say, it doesn’t go well
for Valentine)

2.        Update –  Big Bossman & Dusty Rhodes

3.        Dino Bravo v. Dale Wolfe

4.        King Duggan v. The Gladiator

5.        Iron Mike Sharpe v. Tim Horner (MSG 7/10/89)

6.        Hillbilly Jim v. Sunny Beach

7.        Rougeau Brothers v. Paul Roma & Todd Becker

8.        Brother Love – Andre the Giant/Ultimate Warrior

9.        Demolition v. Brain Busters (The Brain Busters win the WWF Tag Team Titles)

10.     THE BOBBY HEENAN SHOW EPISODE 3

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 8/7/89 [24/7]

1.        Widow Maker (Barry Windham) v. Terry Daniels

2.        Powers Of Pain v. Paul Roma & Jim Powers

3.        Hercules v. Chris Duffy

4.        Koko B. Ware v. Rick Martel

5.        Brother Love   Brain Busters

6.        Summerslam interviews

7.        Brutus Beefcake v. Randy Savage (SNME 7/29/89)

8.        THE BOBBY HEENAN SHOW EPISODE 4

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 8/14/89 [24/7]

1.        Powers of Pain v. Hart Foundation

2.        Jimmy Snuka v. Greg Valentine (Ron Garvin is the guest referee.  SNME 7/29/89)

3.        Koko B. Ware v. Iron Mike Sharpe

4.        Rougeau Brothers v. Mark Young & Tim Horner

5.        Greg Valentine v. Dave Paradise

6.        Brother Love – Randy Savage & Zeus

7.        Demolition v. The Brainbusters (SNME 7/29/89.  The Brainbusters win the WWF Tag Team Titles!)

8.        Dino Bravo v. Jimmy Snuka

9.        Randy Savage v. Brutus Beefcake (SNME 7/29/89)

10.     Honkytonk Man in concert

11.   Ultimate Warrior v. Haku

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 8/21/89
More great commentary from Bobby Heenan, GorillaMonsoon.  For the past couple of weeks, Heenan has been in a separate
studio as they’ve had to keep Heenan and Piper away from each other.  Heenan welcomes Rick Rude to sit by his side and help
Heenan insult Piper.

1. (8/8/89 Oakland, CA) Rick Rude (w/Heenan) vs. Tim Horner (Clip Jack Tunney)

2. (8/8/89 Oakland, CA) Dino Bravo & Honkytonk Man (w/Hart) vs. Hart Foundation (Clip Savage, Sherri & Zeus)

3. (8/9/89 Fresno, CA) The Genious vs. Stephon DeLeon (Int Dibiase & Virgil/Hart Foundation)

4. (8/9/89 Fresno, CA) Koko B. Ware vs. Barry Horowitz (Brother Love w/Twin Towers, Slick, Heenan & Andre) (Summer Slam Report)

5. (8/9/89 Fresno, CA) Rougeau Brothers (w/Hart, Martel & Slick) vs. Bob Allen & Mark Meng (Int Brain Busters & Heenan/Jimmy Snuka)

6. (8/8/89 Oakland, CA) Mr. Perfect vs. Tito Santana

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 8/28/89
Piper and Heenan are in separate studios again, with Rick Rude accompanying Heenan just like last week.  Lots of insults and challenges fly back and forth between Rude & Piper.

1.       Jimmy Snuka v. Mike Luccc

2.       Rude & Piper have finally had enough of each other, and a pull apart brawl erupts on the Primetime set.

3.       Bushwhackers v. Pete Ketcham & Don Stevens

4.       Widow Maker (Barrt Windham) v. Red Rooster

5.       Rockers v. Brooklyn Brawler & Tom Stone

6.       Ted DiBiase v. Hillbilly Jim

7.       Greg Valentine v. Koko B. Ware (Ron Garvin comes down to ringside helps Koko get the upset pinfall victory!)

8.       Big Bossman v. Bob Allen (Bossman brutalizes Allen afterward.  Dusty Rhodes runs in to make the save.)

9.       Demolition v. The Bolsheviks

10.    Hercules v. Darryl Nichols

11.    Honkytonk Man v. Louie Spicolli

12.    Brutus Beefcake v. Haku


WWF Prime Time Wrestling 9/4/89 [24/7]
 Gorilla Monsoon hosts the show alone 
 Interviews w/Rude/Rockers/Bad News/Tito/Dusty/Martel/Valentine/Windham/Jake/Garvin 
1. BushWhackers vs. Black Knight & Darryl Nichols
2. Rougeau Brothers vs. Jim Evans & Jobber
3. King Jim Duggan vs. Brooklyn Brawler
4. Dino Bravo vs. Louie Spicolli
5. Genius vs. Mark Young 
6. Brutus Beefcake vs. Chuck Campbell
7. Powers of Pain vs. Tom Stone & Dale Wolfe
8. Paul Roma vs. Boris Zhukov
9. Rick Martel vs. Tim Horner
10. Big Boss Man vs. Hercules 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 9/11/89 [24/7]
 Bobby Heenan returns to the PTW set as Co Host & Roddy Piper takes over the Bobby Heenan show set 
1. Interviews w/Honky/Bad News/Tito/Martel/Perfect/Rockers/Jake Roberts/Warrior/Andre 
2. Widow Maker (Barry Windham) vs. Tim Horner
3. Warrior/Heenan Confrontation in the aisle way, Andre attacks the Warrior 
4. Dusty Rhodes vs. Tom Stone
5. Koko B. Ware debuts his new song "Doing the Bird"
6. Powers of Pain vs. Jobbers
7. Jimmy Snuka vs. Jake Milliman
8. Rougeau Brothers vs. Terry Daniels & Jobber
9. King Jim Duggan vs. Tony Ulysses
10. Brutus Beefcake vs. Dale Wolfe
11. Honky Tonk Man vs. Mario Mancini
12. Brother Love Show w/Roddy Piper (Heenan comes in, Rude attacks Piper and throws mouthwash in Piper's eyes)
13. Hart Foundation vs. Rockers (Rougeau's come in)
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 9/18/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Andre/Rude/Piper/Jake/Honky/Koko/Valentine/Harts/Martel/Dusty/Rockers/Savage & Sherri/Powers of Pain
1. IC Champ Ultimate Warrior vs. Bob Bradley
2. Ted Dibiase vs. Gary Wolfe (Pitbull #1)
3. Koko B. Ware vs. Craig Riley
4. Greg Valentine vs. Bobby Munice
5. Rick Martel vs. Terry Daniels
6. Brother Love Show w/Jake Roberts
7. Dino bravo vs. Ron Garvin (Valentine comes in)
8. Akeem vs. Jobber
9. Tito Santana vs. Widow Maker (Barry Windham) (Draw) 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 9/25/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Garvin/Boss Man/Brain Busters/Honky/Hercules/Windham/Rougeau's/Koko/ Akeem/BushWhackers/Demolition
1. Brutus Beefcake vs. Barry Horowitz
2. Update: Randy Savage beats Jim Duggan for the King Title (Title Change) 
3. Greg Valentine vs. Jim McPherson
4. Dusty Rhodes vs. Dale Wolfe
5. Haku vs. Tony Diamond
6. Rick Rude vs. Paul Roma (A Girl no sells Rude's Kiss)
7. BushWhackers vs. Brooklyn Brawler & Jobber
8. Brother Love Show w/Bobby Heenan & Andre the Giant (Andre is painted like the Warrior & calls himself the 
"Ultimate Giant")
9. Rougeau Brothers vs. Gary Wolfe & Tony Durante (The PitBulls)
10. Akeem vs. Hercules 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 10/2/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Akeem/Rockers/Windham/Garvin/Boss Man 
1. Demolition vs. Jobbers
2. Honky Tonk Man vs. Red Tyler
3. Roddy Piper vs. Barry Horowitz (Same girl sells Piper's kiss)
4. Widow Maker (Barry Windham) vs. Reno Riggins
5. Mr. Perfect vs. Hercules
6. Brother Love Show w/Ted Dibiase
7. Hillbilly Jim vs. Ray Oakley
8. "Macho KING" Randy Savage Coronation
9. Greg Valentine vs. Jim McPherson
10. Tag Champs Brain Busters vs. BushWhackers 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 10/9/89 [24/7]
 Interviews w/Andre/Warrior/Snuka/Dusty/Hogan/Piper/Rude/Powers of Pain/Bad News/Windham/Honky/Dibiase/Bravo/Hercules 
1. Akeem vs. Jobber
2. Jimmy Snuka vs. Alan Reynolds
3. Dino Bravo vs. Red Tyler
4. Rick Rude vs. Jim Evans
5. Brutus Beefcake vs. Boris Zhukov
6. Tito Santana vs. Tony Burton
7. Brother Love Show w/Genius (Mr. Perfect comes out as Genius announces he is Hennig new manager, the original Perfect 
theme debuts also)
8. Jake Roberts vs. Brian Costello
9. Bad News Brown vs. Scott Colton & Casey (Handicapped Match)
10. Red Rooster vs. Jobber
11. Hart Foundation vs. Powers of Pain (MSG) 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 10/16/89 [24/7]
1. Interviews w/Dusty/Valentine/Anvil/Powers of Pain/Demolition 
2. Big Boss Man vs. Jobbers
3. Ron Garvin vs. Jobber
4. Genius vs. Tim Horner
5. Haku vs. Jobber
6. Honky Tonk Man vs. Hercules
7. Brother Love Show w/Randy Savage & Sherri
8. Rockers vs. Tom Stone & Al Burke
9. Tag Champs Brain Busters (Arn & Tully) vs. Butch Mayo & John Weiss (Demolition come in)
10. Short Mr. Perfect Video
11. Rick Martel vs. Bret Hart (Draw) 

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 10/23/89 [24/7]
1. Interviews w/Valentine/Windham/Hulkamaniacs/Million $ Team/King's Court
2. Mr. Perfect vs. Reno Riggins (Hennig Sports his original Exodus Music)
3. Ron Garvin vs. Tony Burton
4. Fred Blassie joins the set and argues with Bobby Heenan
5. Akeem vs. Paul Roma
6. Hercules vs. George South
7. Heavyweight Champ Hulk Hogan vs. Ted Dibiase (from SNME, Zeus & Jake come in)
8. Widow Maker (Barry Windham) vs. Jobber
9. Brother Love Show w/Dusty Rhodes
10. Jimmy Snuka vs. Brooklyn Brawler
11. Brutus Beefcake vs. Greg Valentine 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 10/30/89 [24/7]
This is a Halloween Edition featuring Gorilla Monsoon dressed up as Brother Love, Bobby Heenan dressed up as The Genius, and 
Roddy Piper dressed up as Bobby Heenan. 
1. Interviews w/Hulkamaniacs/Boss Man/Dream Team/Jake Roberts 
2. Greg Valentine vs. Red Rooster (Terry Taylor)
3. Tito Santana vs. Bob Emery
4. Colossal Connection (Haku & Andre the Giant) vs. Mike Williams & Chuck Casey
5. Dusty Rhodes vs. Joe Cruz
6. Rick Martel vs. Mark Young
7. Brother Love Show w/"Roddy's Rowdys" (Piper, Snuka & BushWhackers)
8. Trent Knight & Reno Riggins vs. Bolsheviks (w/Slick, this is Nikolai's return to the WWF)
9. Mr. Perfect Ping Pong Promo
10. Jake Roberts vs. Tony Burton
11. Hercules vs. Dino Bravo (MSG) 
  

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/6/89 [24/7]
  The Genius pinned Jim McPherson at 2:49 with a somersault splash off the top (10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
  Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Barry Hardy & Alan Reynolds at 2:06 when Michaels pinned Reynolds following double flying fistdrops (Wrestling Challenge   10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
  Bad News Brown pinned Chuck Casey at 4:07 with the Ghetto Blaster (10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
  Jim Neidhart pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 6:59 with a powerslam (10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
  Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Dale Wolfe via submission with a bearhug at 1:58 (Wrestling Challenge   10/3/89; Toledo, OH; Sports Arena)
  Demolition defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ Bobby Heenan) at 5:29 to win the titles when Ax pinned Blanchard, the illegal man, with the Decapitation (WWF Superstars   10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
  Jim Duggan (w/ Bret Hart, Ron Garvin, & Hercules) pinned Barry Horowitz at 2:16 with the running clothesline (WWF Superstars   10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)
  Mr. Perfect (w/ the Genius) pinned Bret Hart at 17:20 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage after Hart blocked a suplex into the ring (10/2/89; Wheeling, WV; Civic Center)

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/20/89 [24/7]
1. (11/1/89 Witchita, KS) Dusty Rhodes vs. Akeem (w/Alick) (Special Report   Rick Martel)
2. (10/3/89 Toledo, OH) Powers of Pain vs. Bill Woods & Chuck Casey (Promo   Mr. Perfect w/The Genious) (Int Jimmy Hart, Dino Bravo & John Tenta w/Ultimate Warrior)
3. (11/1/89 Witchita, KS) Andre The Giant & Haku (w/Heenan) vs. Brian Johnson & Mike Powell (Int Warrior, Neidhart & Rockers)
4. (9/30/89 MSG) The Genious vs. Koko B. Ware (Clip Dibiase, Zeus & Powers of Pain) (Survivor Series Report)
5. (11/1/89 Witchita, KS) Rick Rude (w/Heenan) vs. Mark Regan (Brother Love w/Hogan, Robberts & Demolition)
6. (9/30/89 MSG) Honkytonk Man (w/Hart) vs. Jimmy Snuka

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/27/89 [24/7]
  Jake Roberts pinned Al Burke at 2:44 with the DDT (Wrestling Challenge   11/1/89; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
  Randy Savage (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Paul Roma at 3:10 with the flying elbowsmash after Sherri had pushed Roma off the top rope moments earlier (WWF Superstars   10/31/89; Topeka, KS; Expocentre)
  Al Perez pinned Conquistador #1 (Jose Luis Rivera) with a spinning crucifix powerbomb (Perez' MSG debut) (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
  Bad News Brown pinned Mike Justice at 2:01 with the Ghetto Blaster (Wrestling Challenge   11/1/89; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
  Tito Santana pinned Boris Zhukov (sub. for Barry Windham) at 9:43 with the flying forearm (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
  The Brooklyn Brawler pinned Jose Luis Rivera at 7:34 after sending Rivera face first to the mat from the middle rope (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
  The Bushwhackers defeated Barry Horowitz & Dave Wagner at 2:48 when Luke pinned Wagner following the double gutbuster (Wrestling Challenge   11/1/89; Wichita, KS; Kansas Coliseum)
  Hercules defeated Akeem via count out at 10:32 after Akeem fell to the floor when Hercules ducked a clothesline (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)

 

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

 

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

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/18/89 [24/7]
  Haku pinned Paul Roma at 10:08 with a side kick to the face after Roma ran into the corner when Haku moved out of the way (11/25/89; Madison Square Garden)
  Roddy Piper pinned Tom Stone at the 45 second mark with a back suplex (WWF Superstars   11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
  Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart & the Canadian Earthquake) pinned Randy Fox at 2:31 with the side suplex; after the bout, Earthquake hit the sit down splash on Fox (Wrestling Challenge   11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
  Ron Garvin defeated Spike Jones via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:32 (WWF Superstars   11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
  Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated the Brooklyn Brawler & Dale Wolfe at 3:06 when Michaels pinned Wolfe following double flying fistdrops off the top; after the bout, Mr. Fuji came to the ring and challenged the Rockers to a match against the Powers of Pain but, instead of replying, Michaels & Jannetty hit a double dropkick, a double slam, and double flying fistdrops onto Fuji (WWF Superstars   11/20/89; Indianapolis, IN; Market Square Arena)
  Mr. Perfect pinned Jimmy Snuka with the Perfect Plex at 10:36 (10/28/89; Madison Square Garden)
  Jake Roberts pinned Craig Green at 2:18 with the DDT (Wrestling Challenge   11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
  Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) defeated Scott Colton via submission with the Million $ Dream at 3:51 (Wrestling Challenge   11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)
  Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) at around the 11 minute mark when Neidhart pinned Raymond with a roll up as Raymond snuck up behind Bret planning to hit him with Jimmy Hart's megaphone (11/21/89; Ft. Wayne, IN; Allen County War Memorial)

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/25/89 [24/7]

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

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/1/90 [24/7]
  Bad News Brown pinned Mark Young at 4:50 with the Ghetto Blaster (12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
  Hercules defeated John Justice via submission with the backbreaker at 2:38 (Wrestling Challenge   12/12/89; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium)
  Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart & the Canadian Earthquake) defeated Reno Riggins via disqualification when the Ultimate Warrior interfered, moments after Bravo pulled his opponent up three times following three side suplexes; after the bout, Earthquake distracted Warrior, allowing Bravo to assault Warrior from behind with a chair (WWF Superstars   12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
  Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Pat Rose & Arvil Hutto at 3:46 when Michaels pinned Hutto following a flying fistdrop from Jannetty's shoulders (Wrestling Challenge   12/12/89; Nashville, TN; Municipal Auditorium)
  Al Perez pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a spinning vertical suplex at 8:33 (11/25/89; Madison Square Garden)
  Andre the Giant & Haku defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition to win the titles at 4:35 when Andre pinned Ax with an elbow drop following a kick to the face from Haku; Smash was unable to legally enter the ring during the contest as Axe was continuously double teamed (WWF Superstars   12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
  Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Mario Mancini at the 59 second mark with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, Rude opted not to give his Rude Awakening kiss, saying no females in Alabama were women enough for him (WWF Superstars   12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)
  Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov via disqualification at around the 10 minute mark when Zhukov used his boot as a weapon and hit Neidhart with it; after the bout, Neidhart cleared the opposition away with the boot after they began double teaming Bret (12/13/89; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center)

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/8/90

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

 

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

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/22/90 (GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 40MIN
Tracking line at the bottom of the screen
1. Red Rooster v. Conquistador
2. Ted DiBiase v. jobber (Jake Roberts runs in after the match AND STEALS THE MILLION$$$ BELT!)
3. Koko B. Ware v. jobber
4. Jim Duggan v. jobber
5. Colossal Connection (Andre the Giant & Haku) v. Jobbers (Demolition runs in and attacks the Connection)
6. Tito Santana v. Bob Bradley
7. Bolsheviks v. jobbers
8. Hercules v. jobbers
9. Mr. Perfect v. Jim Powers
10. Bad News Brown v. jobber
11. Powers of Pain v. Bushwhackers
 
*PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/29/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 2HRS
1. Tugboat v. jobber
2. Powers of Pain v. Rockers
3. Earthquake v. Ronnie Garvin (SNME 1/90)
4. Jake Roberts v. jobber (After the match, Virgil tries to get Ted DiBiase’s Million$$$ belt back, but fails.)
5. Rick Martel v. jobber
6. Rockers v. jobbers
7. Earthquake v. jobber
8. Brother Love – Sensational Sherri gets in a brawl with Sapphire.
9. Dusty Rhodes v. jobber
10. Rhythm & Blues v. jobbers
11. Brooklyn Brawler v. Jose Luis Rivera
12. Hulk Hogan & Ultimate Warrior v. Mr. Perfect & The Genius (SNME 1/90)

*PRIMETIME WRESTLING 2/5/90 (GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 40MIN
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1. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
2. Rick Martel v. jobber
3. Rockers v. jobbers
4. Tito Santana v. Dino Bravo
5. Rhythm & Blues v. jobbers
6. Hercules v. Bob Bradley
7. Jake Roberts v. Ted DiBiase (Big Bossman comes in and takes DiBiase’s Million $$$ belt back from Jake, but after a 
disagreement with Ted & Slick, returns the belt to Jake and turns babyface.)
8. Koko B. Ware v. jobber
9. Bolsheviks v. jobbers
10. Hart Foundatioin v. Powers of Pain
 
*PRIMETIME WRESTLING 2/12/90 (GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 55MIN
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1. Earthquake v. jobber (The Quake clotheslines this guy so hard, he does a complete 360!)
2. Jim Duggan v. jobber
3. Shawn Michaels v. Bret Hart (Possibly the first ever in ring meeting between the two!)
4. Colossal Connection (Andre the Giant & Haku) v. Jobbers
5. Paul Roma v. Al Perez
6. Brother Love – Rick Martel (Martel unveils his new fragrance, Arrogance!)
7. Demolition v. Powers of Pain
8. Rick Rude v. jobber
9. Rhythm & Blues v. Jimmy Snuka & Ronnie Garvin

PRIMETIME 2/19/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Koko B. Ware v. Mario Mancini
2. Ted DiBiase v. jobber
3. Rick Rude v. Brutus Beefcake
4. Bad News Brown v. Lee Peak
5. Tito Santana v. Black Bart
6. Dusty Rhodes v. Rick Martel
7. Special Interview – Mr. Perfect
8. Dino Bravo v. Louie Spicolli
9. Tugboat v. jobber
10. Bret Hart v. Akeem
 
PRIMETIME 2/26/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Roddy Piper v. Pez Whatley
2. Akeem v. jobber
3. Smash v. Haku
4. Dusty Rhodes v. Conquistador #1
5. Mr. Perfect v. jobber
6. Red Rooster v. Al Perez 
7. Brother Love – Jake Roberts. Big Bossman comes out and beats the hell out of Brother Love!
8. Honkytonk Man v. Jim Duggan
9. Rick Rude v. Ron Garvin
 
PRIMETIME 3/5/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Koko B. Ware v. The Genius
2. Orient Express v. jobbers
3. Big Bossman v. Iron Mike Sharpe
4. Randy “Macho King” Savage v. Jim Powers
5. Tito Santana v. Playboy Buddy Rose
6. Earthquake v. Mark Ming
7. Special Interview – Brutus Beefcake
8. Mr. Perfect v. jobber
9. Powers of Pain v. Bushwhackers
 
PRIMETIME 3/12/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Hart Foundation v. Buddy Rose & Mike Sharpe
2. Rick Rude v. jobber
3. Power & Glory v. Brooklyn Brawler & Black Bart
4. Tugboat v. Randy Jones
5. Rick Martel v. Red Rooster
6. Special Interview – Roddy Piper
7. Akeem v. jobber
8. Demolition v. jobbers
9. Hulk Hogan v. Dino Bravo 
 
PRIMETIME 3/19/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Barbarian v. jobber
2. Ted DiBiase v. Pez Whatley
3. Brutus Beefcake v. Terry Zeller
4. Akeem v. Nino Gomez
5. Tito Santana v. Al Perez
6. Ultimate Warrior v. jobber
7. Bret Hart v. Dino Bravo

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 3/25/90 [24/7] 1HR 33MIN
This was the Ultimate Challenge special. We are a week before Wrestlemania 6 in Totonto, Ontario Canada.
1. Ted DiBiase v. Red Rooster
2. Footage of the buildup to the Wrestlemania 6 main event of Hulk Hogan & The Ultimate Warrior.
3. Int – Ultimate Warrior
4. Int – Hulk Hogan
5. Big Bossman v. Boris Zukoff
6. Rhythm & Blues [Honkytonk Man & Greg Valentine] v. Jim Gorman & Jerry Monti (Following the match, the 
Bushwhackers come down to ringside and Rhythm & Blues beat the hell out of them.)
7. Dusty Rhodes v. Randy Savage
8. Brother Love – Earthquake & Jimmy Hart
9. Contract signing between HulkHogan & The Ultimate Warrior
10. Earthquake v. Ronnie Garvin
11. Colossal Connection [Haku & Andre the Giant] v. The Rockers (Demolition runs in and attacks the Connection.)

PRIMETIME 4/2/90(VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Hillbilly Jim v. Black Bart
2. Orient Express v. Paul Roma & Omar Atlas
3. Warlord v. jobber
4. Rick Rude v. Pez Whatley
5. Tito Santana v. Boris Zukoff
6. Hart Foundation v. Buddy Rose & jobber
7. Dino Bravo v. Hercules
 
PRIMETIME 4/9/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Rhythm & Blues (Honkytonk Man & Greg Valentine ) v. jobbers
2. Clips from Wresetlemania 6
3. Tugboat v. Pez Whatley
4. Bad News Brown v. jobber
5. Dusty Rhodes v. jobber
6. Special Interview – Rick Martel
7. Koko B. Ware v. Frenchy Martin
8. Ron Garvin v. jobber
9. Brother Love – The Bushwhackers
10. Dino Bravo v. jobber
11. Hercules v. Black Bart
 
PRIMETIME 4/16/90 (GOOD QUALITY)
1. Jake Roberts v. jobber
2. Mr. Perfect v. jobber
3. Brutus Beefcake v. jobber
4. Special Interview – Earthquake
5. Ted DiBiase v. jobber
6. Boris Zukoff v. Paul Roma
7. Dusty Rhodes v. jobber (Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri run in and DESTROY Sapphire!)
8. Jimmy Snuka v. Brooklyn Brawler
9. Big Bossman v. Pez Whatley
10. Brother Love – Honkytonk Man & Greg Valentine
11. Rick Martel v. Tito Santana
 
PRIMETIME 4/23/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Earthquake v. jobber
2. Hart Foundation v. Pez Whatley & Jobber
3. Brooklyn Brawler v. Jose Luis Rivera
4. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
5. Special interview – Bad News Brown
6. Rick Martel v. Paul Roma (Intercontinental Title Tournament)
7. Demolition v. Bolsheviks (After the match, the Bolsheviks argue with each other.)
8. Barbarian v. jobber
9. Brother Love – Hacksaw Jim Duggan
10. Rhythm & Blues v. jobbers
11. Marty Jannetty v. Pat Tanaka

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 5/1/90 (GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 40MIN
There is a tracking line across the top of the screen.
1. Rockers v. the Bolsheviks
2. Rick Martel v. Dale Wolfe
3. Brutus Beefcake v. jobber
4. Akeem v. Jobber
5. Hart Foundation v. jobbers
6. Promo – Rick Rude goes into training to wrestle the Ultimate Warrior for the WWF World Title.
7. Big Bossman v. jobber
8. Dino Bravo v. Red Rooster
9. Brother Love – Tugboat & Hulk Hogan
10. Jimmy Snuka v. Playboy Buddy Rose
11. Rhythm & Blues v. jobbers 
12. Jim Duggan v. Pez Whatley
13. Barbarian v. jobber
14. Jake Roberts v. Bob Bradley
15. Mr. Perfect v. Tito Santana (Perfect wins the vacant Intercontinental Title in a very good match, and then introduces
Bobby Heenan as his new “Perfect” Manager.)
 

PRIMETIME 5/7/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Hillbilly Jim v. Pez Whatley
2. Orient Express v. jobbers
3. Brother Love – Big Bossman
4. Hart Foundation v. Bolsheviks (rematch from their incredibly quick 15 second squash at Wrestlemania 6. The Harts 
squashed the Bolsheviks again, and the Bolsheviks fought each other afterward.)
5. Barbarian v. jobber
6. Jim Duggan v. Brooklyn Brawler
7. Jim Powers v. Paul Diamond
8. Mr. Perfect v. Jimmy Snuka (Intercontinental Title Tournament)
 
PRIMETIME 5/14/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Mr. Perfect v. Jim Brunzell
2. The Genius v. jobber
3. Power & Glory v. Buddy Rose & jobber
4. Rick Martel v. Roddy Piper (IC Title Tournament)
5. Bushwhackers v. Brooklyn Brawler & jobber
6. Earthquake v. jobber
7. Dino Bravo v. Brutus Beefcake
8. Brother Love – Dusty Rhodes
9. Ted DiBiase v. Shawn Michaels 
 
PRIMETIME 5/21/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Rockers v. Bolsheviks (Once again, the Bolsheviks lose another one, and they fight afterwards. It definitely looks
like it’s the end for the Bolsheviks as a team.)
2. Rick Martel v. jobber
3. Brutus Beefcake v. jobber
4. Akeem v. jobber
5. Hart Foundation v. jobber
6. Big Bossman v. Black Knight
7. Dino Bravo v. Red Rooster (joined in progress)
8. Brother Love – Tugboat & Hulk Hogan
9. Jimmy Snuka v. Playboy Buddy Rose
10. Rhythm & Blues v. Jim Powers & Jobber
11. Jim Duggan v. Pez Whatley
12. Barbarian v. jobber
13. Jake Roberts v. Bob Bradley
14. Mr. Perfect v. Tito Santana (GREAT MATCH! Mr. Perfect defeats Santana to win the vacant Intercontinental Title, and
introduces Bobby “The Brain” Heenan as his new manager!)
 
PRIMETIME 5/28/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Jimmy Snuka v. Pez Whatleybarbarian v. Jim Powers
2. Bushwhackers v. Black Bart & jobber
3. Mr. Perfect v. Sonny Blaze
4. Koko B. Ware v. Brooklyn Brawler
5. Brother Love – Hulk Hogan. Hogan is BRUTALLY attacked by Earthquake
6. Ted DiBiase v. Paul Roma
7. Hart Foundation v. jobbers
8. Warlord v. Paul Christy
9. Brutus Beefcake v. Genius
 

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

 

PRIMETIME 6/11/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Tito Santana v. Black Bart
2. Update: More on Hulk Hogan being put out of action by Earthquake
3. Rick Rude v. jobber (Rude is sporting a shorter haircut and a more serious a
4. Jake Roberts v. jobber (After the match, Bad News Brown runs in and attacks Jake.
5. Nikolai Volkoff v. jobber (Nikolai is now a babyface)
6. Mr. Perfect v. Jim Powers
7. Koko B. Ware v. Conquistador #1
8. Tugboat v. Paul Diamond
9. Special Interview – Earthquake
10. Rhythm & Blues v. jobbers
11. Brutus Beefcake v. Spike Jones
12. Warlord v. Scott Colton
13. Demolition v. jobbers
14. Ron Garvin v. Haku
 
PRIMETIME  6/18/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Barbarian v. Pez Whatley
2. Update: Yup, you guessed it. More on Hulk Hogan being injured. Tugboat gives an impassioned plea for everyone to 
send get well cards to Hulk Hogan.
3. Shane Douoglas v. Bob Bradley
4. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
5. Orient Express v. Jim Powers & jobber
6. Big Bossman v. Jeff Johnson
7. Jim Duggan v. Dwayne Gill
8. Rhythm & Blues v. Jimmy Snuka & Koko B. Ware
9. Brother Love – Randy Savage
10. Brutus Beefcake v. jobber
11. Dino Bravo v. jobber
12. Rockers v. jobbers
13. Hercules v. Rick Martel 
 
PRIMETIME 6/25/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Ron Garvin v. Boris Zukoff
2. Update – Music Video on the fallen Hulk Hogan. The way the video is shown, you’d have thought that Hogan had died.
3. Dusty Rhodes v. Black Bart
4. Rick Rude v. Jim Powers
5. Koko B. Ware v. Dale Wolfe
6. Earthquake v. jobber
7. Demolition (Smash & Crush) v. jobbers
8. Brother Love – Ultimate Warrior, who has lightened his hair in order to look more kid friendly as the new WWF Champion.
9. Warlord v. jobber
10. Nikolai Volkoff v. Iron Mike Sharpe
11. Brooklyn Brawler v. jobber
12. Jake Roberts v. Akeem
 
PRIMETIME 7/2/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Jimmy Snuka v. jobber
2. Update – More Tugboat soliciting cards for Hulk Hogan. They’re really running this thing into the ground.
3. Haku v. jobber
4. Big Bossman v. Dwayne Hardy
5. Special Interview – Boris Zukoff
6. Shane Douglas v. Playboy Buddy Rose
7. Rick Martel v. jobber
8. Akeem v. Tito Santa
9. Brother Love v. Koko B. Ware
10. Tugboat v. Pez Whatley
11. Earthquake v. jobber (After the match. Jim Duggan runs in to stop Quake from destroying his opponent.)
12. Mr. Perfect v. Hercules
 
PRIMETIME 7/9/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Randy Savage v. Jim Brunzell
2. Tito Santana v. Pez Whatley
3. Mr. Perfect v. Mark Thomas
4. Special Interview – Demolition (Ax, Smash & Crush)
5. Jake Roberts v. Paul Diamond
6. Tugboat v. jobber
7. Akeem v. Brady Boone
8. Brother Love – Nikolai Volkoff & Jim Duggan
9. Orient Express v. jobbers
10. Koko B. Ware v. Playboy Buddy Rose
11. Warlord v jobber
12. Jimmy Snuka v. Haku
 
PRIMETIME 7/16/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Legion of Doom v. jobbers (The Road Warriors make their WWF Primetime debut!)
2. Update – Hulk Hogan announces that he’ll be returning to action.
3. Warlord v. jobber
4. Hillbilly Jim v. Pez Whatley
5. Barbarian v. jobber
6. Jim Brunzell v. Black Bart
7. Al Perez v. Jim Powers
8. Brother Love – Hart Foundation. Demolition comes out and the Harts challenge them to an impromptu title match.
Demolition accepts, and then immediately attack the Hart Foundation, cementing their heel turn.
9. Jim Duggan v. jobber
10. Genius v. jobber
11. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
12. Ted DiBiase v. Ron Garvin & jobber
13. Special Interview – Ultimate Warrior
14. Earthquake v. jobber
15. Paul Roma v. Playboy Buddy Rose
 
PRIMETIME 7/23/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Big Bossman v. Brooklyn Brawler
2. Boris Zukoff v. jobber
3. Jimmy Snuka v. jobber
4. Barbarian v. Troy Williams
5. Dusty Rhodes v. Paul Diamond
6. Rhythm & Blues v. Ron Garvin
7. Promo – Sgt. Slaughter, who will soon be returning to action..
8. Jake Roberts v. jobber
9. Demolition v. Tito Santana & Jim Brunzell (both Tito & Brunzell were part of successful tag teams in the 1980s.
Tito was one half of Strike Force, while Brunzell was one half of the Killer Bees.)
 
PRIMETIME 7/30/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Jimmy Snuka v. jobber
2. Update – Power & Glory turn heel and arer now managed by Slick.
3. Ted DiBiase v. jobber
4. Hart Foundation v jobbers
5. Orient Express v. jobbers
6. Dino Bravo v. jobber
7. Tugboat v. Haku
8. Brother Love – Legion of Doom
9. Mr. Perfect v. Jim Brunzell
10. Promo – Sgt. Slaughter
11. Jake Roberts v. jobber
12. Rhythm & Blues v. jobbers
13. Rick Martel v Ron Garvin
 
PRIMETIME 8/6/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Power & Glory v. Jim Powers & jobber
2. Special Interview – Vince McMaon interviews Hulk Hogan. Earthquake & Dino Bravo come out to harass him.
3. Earthquake v. jobber
4. Kerry Von Erich v. Playboy Buddy Rose
5. Orient Express v. Koko B. Ware & jobber
6. Mr. Perfect v. Tito Santana (From Saturday Night’s Main Event. Very Good match!)
7. Special Interview – Dusty Rhodes & Sapphire
8. Promo – Sgt. Slaughter
9. Legion of Doom v. jobbers
10. Shane Douglas v. Iron Mike Sharpe
11. A Boyscout troop sings the National Anthem with Nikolai Volkoff
12. Demolition v. The Rockers (From SNME. Another very good match. The LOD & The Hart Foundation gets involved.)
 
PRIMETIME 8/13/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Randy Savage v. jobber
2. Special Interview – Bad News Brown
3. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
4. Power & Glory v. jobbers
5. Rockers v. Black Bart & jobber
6. Barbarian v. jobber
7. Ted DiBiase v. Jim Brunzell
8. Promo – Sgt. Slaughter
9. Bad News Brown v. Jim Powers
10. Brother Love – Ultimate Warrior
11. Hart Foundation v. jobbers
12. Mr. Perfect v. Randy Fox
13. Kerry Von Erich v. Brooklyn Brawler
14. Ultimate Warrior v. Rick Rude (From Saturday Night’s Main Event)
 
PRIMETIME 8/19/90 (EXCELLENT QUALITY)
SUMMERSLAM FEVER SPECIAL
1. Demolition Smash v. Jim Neidhart (After the match, Neidhart is triple teamed by Demolition)
2. Special interview – Demolition
3. Kerry Von Erich v. Black Bart
4. Special interview – Mr. Perfect & Bobby Heenan
5. Warlord v. Pez Whatley
6. Special Interview – Ultimate Warrior
7. Nikolai Volkoff v. Boris Zukoff
8. Special Interview – Randy Savage & Sensational Sherri
9. Brother Love – Hulki Hogan
10. Power & Glory v. jobbers
11. Special Interview – Sapphire, who has been receiving some very expensive gifts lately. 
12. Jake Roberts v. Iron Mike Sharpe
13. Mr. Perfect v. Ron Garvin
14. Special Interview – Dino Bravo
15. Orient Express v. jobbers
16. Earthquake v. Jim Duggan (Dino Bravo runs in to attack Duggan. Hulk Hogan makes the save.)
 
 
PRIMETIME 9/3/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
Gene Okerlund is subbing for Gorilla Monsoon this week.
1. Jake Roberts v. Playboy Buddy Rose
2. Rick Rude v. jobber
3. Demolition (Ax, Smash & Crush) v. Jim Powers & 2 other jobber
4. Brooklyn Brawler v. Barry O
5. Special Interview – Sgt. Slaughter. Nikolai Volkoff comes out
6. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
7. Bad News Brown v. jobber
8. Brother Love – Rick Martel
9. Legion of Doom v. Dwayne Gill & Barry hardy
10. Haku v. Jim Brunzell
 
PRIMETIME 9/10/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Tugboat v. Bob Bradley
2. Warlord v. Barry Hardy
3. Nikolai Volkoff v. Brooklyn Brawler
4. Power & Glory v. jobbers (footage of Power & Glory brutalizing the Rockers at Summerslam is shown first.)
5. Sgt. Slaughter v. Jim Powers (Sgt. Slaughter makes his WWF return as a heel. Unfortunately, Slaughter can’t use his 
Cobra Clutch finisher since Ted DiBiase already uses the Million$$$ Dream, which is the exact same hold. Slaughter’s
second choice? A noogie! No, I’m not kidding. Slaugher’s new finisher is him driving his knuckles into his opponent’s
head.)
6. Big Bossman v Pez Whatley
7. Brother Love – Queen Sherri. Ultimate Warrior comes out and yells at her
8. Akeem v. jobber
9. Koko B. Ware v. Dale Wolfe
10. Special Interview – Rick Martel
11. Rhythm & Blues v. jobbers
12. Jimmy Snuka v. Boris Zukoff
 
PRIMETIME 9/17/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Kerry Von Erich v. jobber
2. Saba Simba v. jobber (Very funny commentary as Vince McMahon talks about Saba Simba as if he’s never seen him 
before and Roddy Piper responds, “Saba Simba my foot, that’s TONY ATLAS!” Hilarious!)
3. Demolition v. 3 jobbers
4. Special Interview – Dusty Rhodes, who recently lost Saphire to Ted DiBiase
5. Jake Roberts v. Barry Horowitz
6. Jim Duggan v. Genius
7. Dino Bravo v. jobber
8. Brother Love – Legion of Doom
9. Rockers v. Power & Glory (from Summerslam)
10. Marty Jannetty v. Dale Wolf (Shawn Michaels is on Crutches due to the post match attack by P&G at Summerslam)
11. Earthquake v. jobber
12. Shane Douglas v. Haku
 
PRIMETIME 9/24/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Jimmy Snuka v. Playboy Buddy Rose
2. Warlord v. Dwayne Hardy
3. LOD v. jobbers
4. Rhythm & Blues v. jobbers
5. Mr. Perfect v. Jim Powers
6. Bushwhackers v. Bob Bradley & Conquistador #1
7. Brother Love – Sgt. Slaughter introduces his new manager, The Iraqui General Adnan! Slaughter was already a heel, but cemented his status even further by allying himself with someone representing the country that the US was currently at war with!
8. Big Bossman v. Jobber. (Before the match, Bossman heads to the announcer’s booth and drags Bobby Heenan to ringside and
HANDCUFFS HIM TO RINGSIDE!)
9. Power & Glory v. jobbers (Heenan is still struggling at ringside)
10. Tugboat v. jobber (Rick Rude comes out and is irate that Heenan hasn’t been released yet, and vows vengeance on the Big Bossman.)
11. Tito Santana v. Brooklyn Brawler
12. Ted DiBiase v. jobber (Sapphire is at ringise for Ted, wearing a fur coat and lots of jewelry.)
13. Nikolai Volkoff v. Boris Zukoff (After the match, Sgt. Slaughter runs in and attacks Volkoff)
 
 
PRIMETIME 10/1/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Randy Savage v. jobber
2. Saba Simba v. jobber
3. Genius v. Gary Starr
4. Hart Foundation v. Bob Bradley & jobber
5. Koko B. Ware v. Haku
6. Brother Love – Dusty Rhodes
7. Demolition v. 3 jobbers
8. Tugboat v. Conquistador #1
9. Ted DiBiase v. Red Tyler
10. Barry O v. Tito Santana
11. Barbarian v. Jim Brunzell
 
PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/8/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 
Bobby Heenan spends the entire show making hilarious cracks at the Big Bossman’s mother’s expense. 
1. Bushwhackers v. Barry Hardy & Dale Wolfe 
2. Earthquake v. Tom Benes 
3. Akeem v. Scott Colton 
4. Special Interview – Kerry Von Erich 
5. Koko B. Ware v. Brooklyn Brawler 
6. Sgt. Slaughter v. Ron Garvin 
7. Mr. Perfect v. Red Tyler 
8. Dino Bravo v. Nikolai Volkoff 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/15/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)  
Bobby Heenan spends the entire show making hilarious cracks at the Big Bossman’s mother’s expense. 
Heenan constantly claims that its Rick Rude that’s making him say these things, and Gorilla Monsoon
 keeps threatening to fine Heenan for saying these things. 
1. Battle Kat v. Bob Bradley (Battle Kat was a short lived Tigermask ripoff) 
2. Demolition (Ax, Smash & Crush) v. 3 jobbers 
3. Shane Douglas v. Pez Whatley (Yes, THAT Shane Douglas) 
4. Special Interview – Big Bossman (Bossman extols the virtues of his mother, who Rick Rude and Bobby 
Heenan have been relentlessly making fun of. Heenan for that matter frequently makes hilarious comments 
about her between the matches on this and various other episodes of Primetime.) 
5. Marty Jannetty v. Paul Diamond (Jannetty, still a Rocker, wrestles in a rare singles squash match.) 
6. Rick Rude v. Jim Evans 
7. Hart Foundation v. Randy Jackson & ??? 
8. LOD v. 2 jobbers 
9. Big Bossman v. Haku 
 
PRIMETIME 10/22/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
Heenan is still doing a hilarious job making fun of the Bossman’s mother. He starts right in on her as soon as the show starts!
1. Sgt. Slaughter v. Koko B. Ware (From Saturday Night’s Main Event)
2. Jimmy Snuka v. Black Bart
3. Warlord v. Brad Kramer
4. Akeem v. jobber
5. Randy Savage v. Dusty Rhodes (From SNME. Dusty’s son Dustin is in the audience sitting next to Ted DiBiase. So of 
course, it isn’t long before Ted clobbers Dustin from behind, helping Savage get the victory.)
6. Big Bossman v. jobber (After the match, Heenen annoys Monsoon with some more jokes at the Bossman’s Mother’s 
expense.)
7. Promo – Rick Martel buying some glasses for Jake Roberts, whom he injured on the Brother Love show.
8. Rick Rude v. Jim Duggan
9. Power & Glory v. jobbers
10. Kerry Von Erich v. Doug Vines
  
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 10/29/90 [24/7] 
This was the Halloween episode. Heenan and Monsoon are hilarious here, as Heenan is now very worried about the Big Bossman seeking revenge on him for all the remarks that 
the Brain had made about the Bossman’s mother. Heenan spends the entire episode trying to apologize and otherwise suck up to the Bossman and his mom. 
1. Daveyboy Smith v. The Brooklyn Brawler 
2. Dustin Rhodes v. Paul Diamond (MSG 7/21/90   Dustin would become much better known in the WWF 6 years later as Golddust). 
3. Orient Express v. Koko B. Ware & Battle Kat (GOOD MATCH! The short lived Battle Kat gimmick gets another shot. This time as part of a tag team.) 
4. Saba Simba v. Bob Bradley (Saba Simba was actually Tony Atlas in an African Tribal gimmick) 
5. Brother Love show – Rick Martel is interviewed first. Jake Roberts then comes out with help from one of the guys from the back. Jake had recently been “blinded” by Martel who 
 had sprayed his “arrogance” cologne in Jakes eyes. Brother Love and Martel have some fun at Jake’s expense, but Love winds up taking a DDT for his troubles.) 
6. Shane Douglas v. Barbarian 
7. Jimmy Snuka v. Haku 
8. Special Interview – Randy Savage 
9. Rockers v. Playboy Buddy Rose & ???(several years earlier, Rose and Doug Somers had a fantastic feud with Michaels and Jannetty when they were known as the Midnight Rockers) 
10. Mr. Perfect v. Randy Jackson 
  
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 11/5/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 30MIN 
Heenan is still sucking up to the Bossman and his Mother, trying to get out of the beating that the Bossman has planned as retaliation for all the cracks that Heenan had been making 
about the Bossman’s mother. 
1. Warlord v. Jim Brunzell 
2. Ron Garvin v. Bob Bradley (MSG 7/21/90) 
3. Rhythm & Blues v. The Bushwhackers 
4. Power & Glory v. Scott Colton & Reno Riggins 
5. Ted DiBiase v. Dustin Rhodes (10 minute challenge match. DiBiase claimed that Dustin couldn’t last 10 minutes in the ring with him. Ted beats the hell out of him, but Rhodes  
still manages to last the time limit, spending the last minute in the “Million $$$ Dream”. DiBiase and Virgil attack Rhodes after the match.) 
6.   Brother Love – Love (still in a neck brace from his confrontation with Jake Roberts the previous week) interviews Bobby Heenan. Heenan again attempts to apologize to the Bossman 
 and his mother for everything he said about her. 
7. Barbarian v. Tito Santana 
8. Shane Douglas v. Black Bart 
9. Special Interview – Ax, Smash, Crush and Mr. Perfect who will team up at Survivor Series against the LOD, Kerry Von Erich and The Ultimate Warrior. 
10. Dino Bravo v. Gary Jackson 
  
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 11/12/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 30MIN 
The 1990 Survivor Series is in the books, and here’s a good bit of trivia for you. Brother Love is currently managing a man who is known as KANE, the Undertaker. Yes, Kane and the 
Undertaker were originally one and the same. The name Kane would be dropped before too long, and more than 7 years later, the name Kane would re surface as an entirely new 
character as the Undertaker’s brother! 
1. Jake Roberts v. Toss Benes 
2. Shane Douglas v. Brooklyn Brawler (MSG 10/19/90) 
3. Orient Express v. Bushwhackers 
4. Special Interview – Big Bossman 
5. Haku v. Gary Jackson 
6. Power & Glory v. Dan Robbins & Alan Reynolds 
7. Hart Foundation v. Rhythm & Blues (MSG 10/19/90) 
8. Warlord v. Tito Santana 
9. Rick Martel v. Pez Whatley 
10. Dustin Rhodes v. Genius Lanny Poffo 
11. Macho King Randy Savage v. Dale Wolfe 

PRIMETIME 11/18/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
SURVIVOR SERIES SHOWDOWN
1. Sgt. Slaughter v. Tito Santana
2. Marty Jannetty v. Rick Martel
3. Earthquake v. Big Bossman
4. Bret Hart v. Honkytonk Man
5. Kerry Von Erich v. Smash
6.  
PRIMETIME 11/26/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Jake Roberts v. jobber
2. Shane Douglas v. Brooklyn Brawler
3. Orient Express v. Bushwhackers
4. Haku v. jobber
5. Power & Glory v. jobbers
6. Int – Randy Savage/Ultimate Warrior
7. Hart Foundation v. Rhythm & Blues
8. Tito Santana v. Warlord
9. Rick Martel v. Pez Whatley
10. Dustin Rhodes v. The Genius
11. Randy Savage v. jobber
  
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 12/3/90 (GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 20MIN
There is a tracking line across the top of the screen.
1. Koko B. Ware v. Bob Bradley
2. Mr. Perfect v. jobber
3. Big Bossman v. jobber
4. Earthquake v. jobber
5. Jake Roberts v. jobber
6. Demolition v. Bushwhackers
7. Brother Love – Jim Duggan
8. Rick Martel v. jobber
9. LOD v. jobbers
10. Battlekat v. Boris Zukov (Battlekat was a very short lived gimmick in the WWF)
11. Tugboat v. jobber
 
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 12/10/90 (GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 30MIN
There is a tracking line across the top of the screen.
1. Daveyboy Smith v. Boris Zukov
2. Kane, The Undertaker v. Rick Sampson (Yes, you read that right. Back in 1990 when the Undertaker first debuted, he
was actually called KANE! In true WWF fashion, history would be rewritten and Kane would turn out to be ‘Taker’s
brother, while no reference would be made toUndertaker having ever called himself Kane.)
3. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
4. Playboy Buddy Rose v. jobber
5. Shane Douglas v. Black Dragon
6. Barbarian v. Battlekat
7. Brother Love – Dustin Rhodes. Ted DiBiase comes out with Virgil and mauls Dustin. IC Champ Kerry Von Erich runs
out to make the save.
8. Jimmy Snuka v. Dino Bravo
9. Demolition v. Jim McPherson & Scott Summer
10. Sgt. Slaughter v. jobber
11. Hart Foundation v. jobbers

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/17/90 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 2HRS 
This is the 300th episode of Primetime. In between the matches we see lots of flashback clips from many of the shows funniest segments with Bobby Heenan and Gorilla Monsoon. 
Absolutely HILARIOUS stuff! And that doesn’t even include the normal one liners from Heenan between each of the matches on the show. 
1. Dustin Rhodes v. Boris Zhukov 
2. Ted DiBiase v. Nikolai Volkoff 
3. LOD v. Tony Ulysses & Dwayne Gill 
4. Brother Love – Ted DiBiase (who failed to defeat Dustin Rhodes in a 10 minute challenge match) offers to buy Dustin away from his dad Dusty. Dustin obviously doesn’t take the money, 
 and gets the snot beaten out of him by DiBiase and Virgil. IC Champion Kerry Von Erich runs in and makes the save. 
5. Warlord v. Tugboat 
6. Mr. Perfect v. Kerry Von Erich (DiBiase gets revenge on Kerry’s run in from the Brother Love show by causing Von Erich to lose the IC Title back to Mr. Perfect.) 
7. Big Bossman v. Mike Durham 
8. Tito Santana v. Rick Martel (As the tag team known as Strike Force, Martel & Santana were former World Tag Champions back in late 1987/early 1988) 
9. Kane the Undertaker v. Mario Mancini (The Undertaker is still referred to as Kane.) 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 12/24/90 [24/7]
There is a tracking line across the top of the screen.
1. LOD v. jobbers
2. Saba Simba v. Barbarian (Saba Simba was Tony Atlas in an African tribal gimmick)
3. Power & Glory v. jobber
4. Special Interview – Undertaker & Brother Love
5. Jimmy Snuka v. Haku
6. Daveyboy Smith v. Playboy Buddy Rose
7. Promo – The Mountie Jacques Rougeu
8. Hart Foundation v. jobbers
9. Mr. Perfect v. jobber
 
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 12/31/90 (GOOD QUALITY) 1HR 25MIN
There is a tracking line across the top of the screen.
In this New Years Eve episode, Heenan & Monsoon welcome the Rosatti sisters to the show again, which of course leads to
some decent comedy with Heenan
1. “Macho King” Randy Savage v. Jimmy Snuka
2. Promo – Ted DiBiase is getting a massage from Virgil and humiliates him by making him massage his feet.
3. Nasty Boys v. jobbers
4. Barbarian v. Jim Powers
5. Ted DiBiase v. Shawn Michaels 
6. Special Interview – Sgt. Slaughter
7. Tugboat v. Haku
8. Koko B. Ware v. Bob Bradley

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 1/7/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
1. Saba Simba vs. Greg Valentine (w/Jimmy Hart, Valentine turns face, IP) 
2. (Interviews w/Randy Savage & Ultimate Warrior about the upcoming Royal Rumble 91 bout) 
3. Jim Duggan vs. Tom Stone 
4. Royal Rumble ’91 Report (Dibiase makes Virgil wipe dog poop off his boot. This would be the beginning of Virgil’s 
babyface turn.) 
5. Undertaker (w/Brother Love) vs. Randy Hunter 
6. Event Center : Interviews w/BushWhacker Like, Mr. Perfect, Dino Bravo, Rick Martel &, Jim Neidhart 
7. EarthQuake vs. Don Steele 
8. Shane Douglas vs. Haku 
9. Brother Love Show w/Hulk Hogan 
10. Tugboat vs. Boris Zhukov 
11. Power & Glory (Hercules & Paul Roma) vs. Kevin Greene & Pat Armstrong 
12. Big Boss Man (w/Ball & Chain) vs. Kent Carlson 
13. Warlord vs. Terry Davis 
14. Event Center : Interviews w/Tugboat, Barbarian & the team of Dusty & Dustin Rhodes 
15. Davey Boy Smith vs. Tom Bennett 
16. Sgt. Slaughter vs. Raymond Hammer 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 1/14/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 HOURS) 
1. Jim Duggan vs. J.T. Smith 
2. Update: Warrior vs. Slaughter match at Rumble (Sgt. Slaughter Interview follows) 
3. New Orient Express (Tanaka & Kato) vs. Brooklyn Brawler & Sonny Blaze (IP) 
4. Royal Rumble ’91 Report (Interviews w/the team of Dusty & Dustin Rhodes , Tugboat, Hulk Hogan & Hart Foundation 
5. Jake Roberts vs. Bob Bradley 
6. Event Center : Interviews w/EarthQuake, LOD Hawk, Mr. Perfect & Big Boss Man 
7. Ted Dibiase vs. Dan Brazil (Dibiase Interview afterwards, Dibiase slaps Virgil & makes him pick up his money) 
8. Koko B. Ware vs. Black Bart IP from MSG) 
9. Ultimate Warrior Interview 
10. Warlord vs. Jimmy Snuka 
11. Nasty Boys vs. Jobbers (Nasty Boys sing their own theme song here) 
12. Hillbilly Jim joins the commentary booth with Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan 
13. Kerry Von Erich vs. Kent Carlson 
14. Rick Martel vs. Rico Fredrico 
15. Event Center : Interviews w/Rockers, Davey Boy Smith & Randy Savage 
16. BushWhackers vs. Dennis Allen & Gladiator 
17. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Kevin Reno (Greeno) 

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 1/21/91 (Very Good Quality) 1 hour 15 minutes
1. Power & Glory v. Saba Simba & Paul Diamond
2. Update – Ted DiBiase & Kerry Von Erich
3. Jake Roberts v. Bob Bradley
4. Undertaker v. Sonny Blaze
5. Int – Koko B. Ware
6. Int – Nasty Boys
7. Greg Valentine v. Saba Simba (Valentine’s manager Jimmy Hart accidentally hits Valentine with a guitar! Valentine goes 
ballistic and chases Hart away.)
8. Greg Valentine v. Playboy Buddy Rose (Jimmy Hart is at ringside pleading with Valentine for forgiveness, but after the 
match, Valentine chases him off again.)
9. Tugboat v. Dino Bravo
10. Orient Express v. Terry Davis & Cliff Sheets
11. Daveyboy Smith v. Joe Turner
12. Int – Undertaker
13. Int – Tugboat


PRIME TIME WRESTLING 1/28/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 HOURS) 
1. Sherri & Ultimate Warrior Interview from Royal Rumble '91 (Warrior refuses to give Savage a title shot) 
2. Highlights of WWF Heavyweight Champ Ultimate Warrior vs. Sgt. Slaughter from Royal Rumble '91 (Title Change) 
3. Randy Savage Interview after costing Warrior the World Title 
4. The Mountie vs. Reno Riggins 
5. Big Boss Man vs. Jeff Sword 
6. WWF Tag Champs Hart Foundation vs. Dale Wolfe & Doug Vines 
7. Rick Martel vs. Allan Reynolds 
8. Event Center : Interviews w/Koko B. Ware (sings "I Feel Good") & Nasty Boys 
9. Hulk Hogan Interview (following Royal Rumble '91) 
10. Saba Simba vs. Barbarian 
11. Brother Love Show w/a "blind man that can not walk" (Brother Love pretends to heal this man, so corny it's pretty cool) 
12. Shane Douglas vs. Paul Roma (from MSG) 
13. Davey Boy Smith vs. Joe Turner 
14. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Terrence Blaylock (Gangsta's Mustafa) 
15. Jake Roberts vs. Izzy Slapowitz 
16. Event Center : Interviews w/Undertaker & Brother Love followed by Tugboat 
17. New Demolition (Smash & Crush) vs. Pez Whatley & Mike Wallace 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 2/4/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
1. WWF Tag Champs Hart Foundation vs. New Orient Express (Kato & Tanaka) 
2. From the Main Event: Jack Tunney announces Hulk Hogan will meet Sgt. Slaughter for the world title at WrestleMania 7 
3. Sgt. Slaughter Interview 
4. Nasty Boys vs. Reno Riggins & Mike Williams 
5. Highlights of Virgil turning on Ted Dibiase at Royal Rumble '91 (Ted Dibiase Interview follows) 
6. Tugboat vs. Joe Turner (IP) 
7. WWF Heavyweight Champ Sgt. Slaughter vs. Jim Duggan (from The Main Event, Hogan makes the save) 
8. Hulk Hogan Interview from The Main Event 
9. Mountie vs. Tom King 
10. Event Center : Interviews w/Davey Boy Smith & Dino Bravo 
11. New Demolition vs. Pez Whatley & Mike Wallace 
12. Tito Santana vs. Koko B. Ware (from MSG) 
13. Davey Boy Smith & LOD vs. Warlord & Power & Glory (Hercules & Paul Roma) 
14. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Kerry Von Erich (Big Boss Man attacks Bobby Heenan) 
15. Shane Douglas vs. Dale Wolfe 
16. Event Center : Interviews w/New Demolition & Big Boss Man 
17. Jim Duggan vs. Tony Burton 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 2/11/91 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)

1.       Demolition v. Tito Santana & Koko B. Ware

2.       Int – Randy Savage

3.       Berserker v. jobber

4.       Haku v. Daveyboy Smith

5.       Int – Jake Roberts

6.       Rick Martel v. jobber

7.       Special Int – Sgt. Slaughter & Gen. Adnan

8.       Undertaker v. jobber

 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 2/18/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
This marks the end of the Prime Time set hosted by Bobby Heenan & Gorilla Monsoon and the beginning of something VERY 
different. Vince decided to get a studio audience and put on small vignette's of humor, news, Interviews and just plain out talk 
show like segments. Great Idea Vince, that's why it didn't last. Talk about WrestleCrap, but I have to say it's a piece of 
history. 
1. Tag Team Battle Royal w/Rockers, Orient Express, BushWhackers, New Demolition, Power & Glory, LOD & Nasty Boys (winners meet Hart Foundation at WM7) 
2. Vince McMahon & Bobby Heenan do the news 
3. Roddy Piper & Virgil Interview (Virgil finally speaks) 
4. The Viking (Berzerker) vs. David Isley 
5. Event Center : Dino Bravo & Greg Valentine Interviews 
6. Jim Duggan & Mean Gene in the toy store 
7. Rick Martel vs. Dale Wolfe 
8. WrestleMania 7 Report (Interviews w/Hulk Hogan, Hart Foundation, Randy Savage & Ultimate Warrior) 
9. BushWhackers do the weather 
10. Big Boss Man vs. Barbarian (IP, Haku comes in) 
11. Shawn Michaels (Rockers) vs. Crush (New Demolition) 
12. Dear Bobby (Heenan answers Dear Abby type questions) 
13. Tugboat vs. EarthQuake 
14. Ricky Steamboat "Dragon" Promo 
15. Davey Boy Smith vs. Warlord (Full Nelson Contest) 
16. BushWhackers Fashion Show 
17. Kerry Von Erich vs. Darryl Woodworth 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 2/25/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
1. Virgil (w/Roddy Piper) vs. Haku (w/Ted Dibiase & Bobby Heenan) 
2. Update: Tag Team Battle Royal Nastys get Title Shot at Harts & Power & Glory begin feud with LOD 
3. Power & Glory & LOD interviews 
4. Jake Roberts vs. Terrence Blaylock (Gangsta's Mustafa) ```````````````````````````````` 
5. The Mountie In Studio Interview 
6. Mountie vs. Tom Landell 
7. More with the Mountie in the Studio (The Mountie sings w/ an opera singer, Hilarious) 
8. WrestleMania 7 Report: Interviews w/Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage & Ultimate Warrior) 
9. Greg Valentine vs. Dino Bravo (EarthQuake comes in, "The Mariner" Brutus Beefcake in a mask makes his debut & 
saves Valentine) 
10. Event Center : Interviews w/Nasty Boys & Hart Foundation 
11. BushWhackers & Mean Gene in a toy store plugging WWF merchandise 
12. Ted Dibiase vs. Tugboat 
13. New Demolition (Smash & Crush) vs. LOD 
14. Pick the Brain Segment: Questions for Bobby Heenan 
15. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Pez Whatley 
16. Event Center : Interviews w/Big Boss Man & Barbarian & Haku 
17. Andre the Giant enters the Studio (Andre taste tests wines) 
18. Davey Boy Smith vs. Mike Wallace 
19. Ricky Steamboat "The Dragon" Promo 
20. Andre the Giant forces Bobby Heenan to stomp grapes for wine. 
21. WWF Heavyweight Champ Sgt. Slaughter vs. Dale Wolfe 
22. Andre the Giant throws Heenan down in the smashed grapes to the crowds delight 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 3/4/91 (VERY GOOD/   1 HOUR 52 MINUTES) 
1. Barbarian vs. Greg Valentine 
2. The "Queen of England bashes Davey Boy Smith 
3. Update: Slaughter burns Hulk Hogan poster (Hulk Hogan Interview follows) 
4. Davey Boy Smith Interview (Bulldog joins the studio & brakes a full nelson applied by Bobby Heenan) 
5. Warlord vs. Koko B. Ware (IP) 
6. More with Davey Boy Smith & Matilda in the studio 
7. Pick the Brain Segment: Heenan is hilarious in this segment as usual 
8. WrestleMania 7 Report: Interviews w/Randy Savage, Ultimate Warrior, Rick Martel & Jake Roberts 
9. Rockers vs. Brooklyn Brawler & Jerry Oates 
10. BushWhackers vs. Jobbers 
11. Paul Bearer joins the Studio (Bearer gives embalming tips while using a dummy & "Lord" Alfed Hayes, same thing) 
12. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Jimmy Snuka 
13. Ted Dibiase vs. Sonny Blaze (Virgil comes to ringside and causes Dibiase to win only via countout) 
14. LOD & Mean Gene plugging the WWF Merchandise at Toys 'R' Us 
15. Rick Martel "Arrogance" Promo at the Tennis Court 
16. Jake Roberts vs. Allan Martin 
17. Bobby Heenan makes fun of the Boss Man & his mother 
18. Big Boss Man Interview (Boss Man joins the Studio a s a mystery guest) 
19. Mountie vs. Buddy Burke Boss Man handcuffs Heenan to the Prime Time set 
20. Heenan slips up and uses the F word, this in turn brings out the Boss Man's "Mom" and she beats Bobby down with a purse 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 3/11/91 (VERY GOOD   1 HOUR 45 MINUTES) 
1. New Demolition (Smash & Crush) vs. Tito Santana & Koko B. Ware 
2. WWF Tag Champs Hart Foundation vs. Pete Sanchez & John Martin 
3. Randy Savage Interview (Savage joins the studio, Highlights of Savage's entire WWF career) 
4. "Sensational" Sherri joins the Studio w/Randy Savage 
5. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Jobber 
6. Viking (now w/Mr. Fuji ) vs. Brian Costello 
7. Big Boss Man & Mean Gene at Toys 'R' Us plugging WWF Merchandise 
8. Davey Boy Smith vs. Haku 
9. Jake Roberts Interview (Roberts joins the Studio & shows off his collection of snakes & plays pin the Tail on the Donkey 
getting ready for his blindfold match at WM7) 
10. Bobby Heenan now tries to play pin the tail on the donkey but runs into Damian the snake 
11. Rick Martel vs. Jobber (Martel puts the blindfold hood on the jobber and beats him down) 
12. Sgt. Slaughter Interview (Slaughter burns a Hulk Hogan shirt. The WWF wanted to burn an American flag, but 
decided against it.) 
13. Undertaker vs. Jim Powers 
14. Bobby Heenan introduces the "Queen of England" as she bashes Davey Boy Smith (Investigator's come in and show footage 
that proves this Queen is a fake) 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING MARCH 17 1991  ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA VII SPECIAL (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Mr. Perfect v. Shawn Michaels
2. Contract signing between Randy Savage & The Ultimate Warrior. 
3. Daveyboy Smith v. Ted DiBiase
4. Rick Martel v. Koko B. Ware
5. Special Interview with Roddy Piper & Ted DiBiase
6. Greg Valentine v. jobber
7. Hulk Hogan v. General Adnan (Sgt. Slaughter runs in and brutalizes Hogan)
8. Tag Team Battle Royal
9. Hart Foundation v. Thte Nasty Boys
10. Special Interview – Hulk Hogan

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 3/25/91 (VERY GOOD   1 HOUR 49 MINUTES) 
Live from Las Vegas , NV . in a casino 
1. WrestleMania 7 Recap using still footages, and Not aired footage of Slaughter throwing fire in Hogan's face after the match 
2. Jim Duggan vs. Rick Saxon 
3. Ted Dibiase Interview (Dibiase joins the show) 
4. Big Boss Man vs. Hercules (IP from MSG, Paul Roma comes in, LOD makes the save) 
5. LOD vs. Bob Bradley & Mike Casey 
6. Berzerker vs. John Allen 
7. A band in the casino performs a song 
8. Shane Douglas vs. Paul Roma (IP from MSG) 
9. Koko B. Ware sings with the band at the casino and performs his song "The Bird" (Vince McMahon does...The Bird, 
God, what that man won't do) 
10. WWF Tag Champs Hart Foundation vs. EarthQuake & Dino Bravo (from MSG) 
11. Randy Savage & Elizabeth join the show for an interview 
12. Col. Mustafa (Debut) vs. Jobber 
13. Randy Savage & Elizabeth continue their Interview and have a dance 
14. Shawn Michaels (w/Marty Jannetty) vs. Kato (w/Tanaka) (from MSG) 
15. Koko B. Ware vs. Black Bart (IP from MSG) 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 4/1/91 (FROM GOLD'S GYM) (VERY GOOD   HOURS) 
1. Mountie vs. Koko B. Ware (from MSG) 
2. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
3. Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart join the show 
4. Greg Valentine vs. Dino Bravo 
5. Event Center : (Interview w/Tugboat) 
6. Nasty Boys continue causing problems on the Prime Time Show 
7. Ted Dibiase vs. Pat Armstrong (Dibiase announces Sherri as his manager) 
8. I.R.S. Promo 
9. WBF Superstar Mike Christian joins the Prime Time Show 
10. BushWhackers vs. Black Bart & Joe Burton 
11. Mike Christian continues his Interview and flexes for the camera 
12. Big Boss Man vs. Jim Corbitt 
13. Hulk Hogan Interview at Gold's Gym 
14. Marty Jannetty vs. Tanaka 
15. Hulk Hogan Interview at Gold's Gym Continues 
16. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Reno Riggins 
17. Bobby Heenan Interview (Andre the Giant comes in & tells Heenan he wants no part of the Heenan family & squashes & steps on Bobby's hand) 
18. Barbarian vs. Jim Brunzell (from MSG) 
19. Event Center : Undertaker Interview 
20. Kerry Von Erich vs. Scott Allen 
21. Bobby Heenan attempts to do a pose down against WBF's Mike Christian 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 4/8/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
1. Jimmy Snuka vs. "The Genius" Lanny Poffo 
2. Update: Slaughter throws a fireball in Hogan's eye (Sgt. Slaughter Interview follows) 
3. Davey Boy Smith vs. Jeff Sword 
4. Bobby Heenan attempts to bench press 135 pounds (needless to say he can't, yet Vince picks it up like a toy truck) 
5. Jake Roberts vs. John Allen (Afterwards Jake & EarthQuake have a confrontation in the aisle as Quake runs from 
Damian) 
6. Warlord & Slick joins the Prime Time set 
7. Event Center : Interview w/Rockers 
8. Warlord reps 500 lbs. of weight 19 times 
9. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat vs. Keith Steinborn 
10. One of the Rosatti sisters attempts to dance w/Slick & Bobby Heenan 
11. Funeral Parlor w/Undertaker 
12. Roddy Piper Interview (Piper joins the Prime Time show) 
13. BushWhacker Butch vs. Demolition Crush 
14. Roddy Piper plays the bagpipes & Bobby Heenan attempts to play the Tuba 
15. Big Boss Man vs. Rick Martel (Mountie comes down during the match) 
16. I.R.S. Promo 
17. "Sensational" Sherri joins the show (Dear Sherri Segment) 
18. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Dale Wolfe 
19. Virgil vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
20. Power & Glory (Hercules & Paul Roma) vs. Kevin Greeno & Mike Samples 
21. Bobby Heenan comes out & shows Roddy Piper "how to wear a kilt", only Heenan wears a skirt by mistake, Piper makes some 
small jokes about Bobby's package before the show ends 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 4/15/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 HOURS) 
1. Tugboat vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
2. Update: Jake Roberts scares EarthQuake away with Damian (EarthQuake & Jake Roberts Interviews follow) 
3. BushWhackers join the Prime Time Show to do the weather 
4. Col. Mustafa vs. Jim Powers 
5. I.R.S. joins the Prime Time Set for an Interview 
6. Jimmy Snuka vs. Randy Sharkey 
7. I.R.S. continues his Interview 
8. Koko B. Ware vs. Louie Spicolli 
9. Funeral Parlor w/Ultimate Warrior (UT attacks Warrior & stuff him in a casket, when the casket is finally opened the 
Warrior is dead" but the EMT's revive him, this leads to the Warrior/Jake Roberts alliance) 
10. LOD vs. Barbarian & Haku 
11. Miss Elizabeth joins the Prime Time Set for an Interview (Highlights of Elizabeth 's WWF career) 
12. Event Center : Warlord Interview 
13. Kerry Von Erich vs. Barry O 
14. I.R.S. returns for more air time (BushWhackers come in) 
15. Mountie vs. Larry Ludden 
16. Greg Valentine vs. "The Genius" Lanny Poffo 
17. Heenan cracks a joke about Savage which provokes Randy Savage to put a bucket over Heenan's head 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 4/22/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
1. Kerry Von Erich vs. Haku 
2. Update: Undertaker locks The Warrior in a casket 
3. Berzerker vs. Jim Colhep 
4. Tugboat joins the set (Tugboat sings "Bring back my Bonnie to me" while Heenan does the comedic improv in the 
background) 
5. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat vs. Louie Spicolli 
6. Event Center : Sgt. Slaughter Interview 
7. Mr. Perfect Interview (Hennig joins the set) 
8. Mr. Perfect Music Video "Your the Best" 
9. New Orient Express (Tanaka & Kato) vs. Dale Wolfe & Jim Evans 
10. Mr. Perfect & Bobby Heenan return to the Prime Time Set with those toy "Invisible dog" leashes (Perfect begins to bad mouth Davey boy Smith) 
11. Davey Boy Smith vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
12. Rockers vs. Power & Glory (Hercules & Paul Roma) 
13. Brutus Beefcake Interview (Beefcake returns to the WWF & joins the show, Beefcake talks about his boating incident & 
injury) 
14. Brutus Beefcake then does a segment where he cuts a man's hair 
15. Greg Valentine vs. Barry O 
16. Barbarian vs. Bob Allen 
17. Undertaker vs. Stephen DeLeon 
18. Event Center : Jake Roberts Interview 
19. I.R.S. Promo 
20. Jim Duggan vs. "The Genius" Lanny Poffo 
21. Brutus Beefcake's Barber Shop Quartet Sings 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 4/29/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 HOURS) 
(Small Tracking Line at Bottom for First Hour) 
1. Sgt. Slaughter Interview (Sarge & Company join the Prime Time Set and pick on a "fan". The "fan" accepts the invitation to 
enter Sgt. Slaughter's Boot Camp. Vignettes of this "Boot Camp" are shown through out the rest of the show. 
2. Virgil joins the Prime Time Set for an Interview 
3. Bret Hart vs. Ted Dibiase (from The Main Event) 
4. Update: EarthQuake squashes & kills Damian the snake 
5. BushWhackers vs. Brian Costello & Doug Wallen 
6. Jameson makes his WWF Debut in the PRIME TIME Crowd 
7. 20 Man Battle Royal from the Main Event (IP) featuring Greg Valentine, Hulk Hogan, EarthQuake, Jake Roberts, 
Barbarian, Mr. Perfect, Big Boss Man, Tugboat, Shawn Michaels & more 
8. LOD Interview (LOD join the Prime Time Set) 
9. Cooking w/LOD 
10. Davey Boy Smith vs. Haku 
11. Funeral Parlor w/Hulk Hogan 
12. Mountie vs. Red Tyler 
13. WWF Tag Champs Nasty Boys vs. Rockers 
14. Tugboat vs. Black Demon 
15. LOD cook some more & make Heenan eat it 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 5/6/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 HOURS) 
1. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Greg Valentine 
2. Update: Andre the Giant turns down Slick's offer to be his manager 
3. Jim Duggan vs. Tom Bennett 
4. Koko B. Ware joins Prime Time (Koko sings with a choir) 
5. WWF Tag Champs Nasty Boys vs. Tom Stone & Doug Waylon 
6. Event Center : LOD Interview 
7. Kerry Von Erich Interview (The Texas Tornado joins the show) 
8. Rick Martel vs. Roddy Piper 
9. Undertaker vs. George Anderson 
10. EarthQuake Interview (Quake joins the show) 
11. Demolition Smash vs. Jake Roberts 
12. Hulk Hogan Interview 
13. Big Boss Man vs. Dan Johnson (Nasty Boys & Mountie attack Boss Man & shock him w/a cattle prod) 
14. Rockers & Virgil vs. Mr. Fuji & New Orient Express (Kato & Tanaka) 
15. Sgt. Slaughter vs. Kevin Kruger 
16. Koko B. Ware & Bobby Heenan sing with the choir (The Brain was such a sport) 
17. Bret Hart vs. Warren Bianchi 
18. EarthQuake returns to the set w/"Snake Burgers" (Vince gets PO 'd & says Bullshit & walks off the set knocking Quake's burgers over. You go Vince !!!) 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 5/14/91

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


PRIME TIME WRESTLING 5/20/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
1. Barbarian is in the production studio screwing with the cameras 
2. Ultimate Warrior vs. Demolition Smash 
3. Update: Nasty Boys attack & Mountie shocks the Big Boss Man w/a cattle prod (Mountie Interview follows) 
4. Greg Valentine joins the set for an Interview 
5. Berzerker vs. Randy Fox 
6. Greg Valentine challenges Bobby Heenan to a wrestling match on the WWF 900 number 
7. Davey Boy Smith vs. Frankie DeFalco 
8. Barbarian joins the set in a Tuxedo & his Barbarian boots for an Interview w/Bobby Heenan. The Barbarian then sniffs out food in a pregnant ladies purse and eats her raw meat !?!?! 
9. I.R.S. vs. Red Tyler 
10. Event Center : Tugboat Interview 
11. Kerry Von Erich vs. Rick Rice 
12. Jim Duggan & BushWhackers vs. EarthQuake & Nasty Boys (IP) 
13. Hulk Hogan joins the set for an Interview 
14. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat vs. Brian Costello 
15. More with Hulk Hogan on Prime Time 
16. Bret Hart vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
17. The WBF's Mike Quinn joins the set for an Interview, in the mean time Hulk Hogan chases Bobby Heenan down Titan Towers 
hallways on his Harley Davidson. 
18. Jake Roberts vs. Jobber 
19. Event Center : Sgt. Slaughter Interview 
20. Power & Glory (Hercules & Paul Roma) vs. Kevin Kruger & Dave Sigfritts 
21. Hulk Hogan & Heenan return to the set, Heenan falls off a trike 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 5/27/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 HOURS) 
1. Bret Hart vs. Warlord 
2. Update: Andre the Giant rejects Mr. Fuji as manager 
3. Ted Dibiase vs. Randy Fox 
4. Slick & Power & Glory join the set for an Interview 
5. Prime Time Dating Game: Paul Roma attempts to find a date and ends up with the Rosatti Sisters 
6. LOD vs. W.T. Jones & Warren Bianchi 
7. Col. Mustafa vs. Gary Jackson 
8. The WBF's Eddie Robinson joins the set for an Interview 
9. Greg Valentine vs. Frankie DeFalco 
10. Paul Bearer joins the set for an Interview 
11. Jake Roberts vs. Barbarian (Jake chases EarthQuake away which causes a count out) 
12. Paul Bearer shows off a bunch of caskets, Undertaker then comes in for an Interview 
13. Rockers (Michaels & Jannetty) vs. Bob Bradley & Al Burke 
14. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat joins the set for an Interview & blows fire 
15. Big Boss Man vs. Tom Stone 
16. Event Center : New Orient Express & Mr. Fuji Interview 
17. WWF Tag Champs Nasty Boys vs. Red Tyler & Buck Zumhoffe 
18. A Giant portion of Big Boss Man vs. EarthQuake is shown to hype the new WWF video release Supertape 4 
19. Mountie vs. George Anderson 
20. Show ends w/the Rosatti Sisters chasing Paul Roma 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/3/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 HOURS) 
1. Mr. Fuji joins the set for an Interview 
2. BushWhackers vs. Tom Stone & Frankie DeFalco 
3. Mr. Fuji brings in an Oriental woman to wash Bobby Heenan's feet, New Orient Express join the show 
4. Special Report: Sgt. Slaughter drags a guy through boot camp on Prime Time set 
5. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat vs. Dan Johnson 
6. Warlord vs. Buck Zumhoffe 
7. Event Center : Rockers Interview 
8. Ted Dibiase & Sherri join the set for an Interview 
9. Virgil vs. Bob Bradley 
10. More w/Ted Dibiase & Sherri on Prime Time (Dibiase pays a man to kiss Heenan's feet and a kid to hold an egg under his chin for 20 seconds. Dibiase crushes the egg on the kids neck, hilarious) 
11. Kerry Von Erich vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
12. Big Boss Man joins the set for an interview 
13. Tugboat vs. Sgt. Slaughter 
14. EarthQuake vs. Kevin Kruger 
15. Jimmy Hart announces Andre the Giant as his new protégé, Andre declines and makes Hart look like a fool. EarthQuake then takes out Andre's leg and thus ends Andre's wrestling career in the WWF. 
16. The WBF's Jim Quinn joins the set for an Interview 
17. Jim Duggan vs. Jobber 
18. A Giant portion of Shawn Michaels vs. Demolition Crush is shown to hype the new WWF video release Supertape 4 
19. Undertaker vs. Jim Evans 
20. IC Champ Mr. Perfect vs. Brad Kramer 
21. Big Boss Man gives Bobby Heenan a present for Jimmy Hart. Heenan opens it instead, while his foot is in the washing pan. The 
present is handcuffs hooked to a wire. Heenan pulls the cuffs which ignites a spark and Heenan gets shocked 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/10/91 (VERY GOOD/   1 HOUR 45 MINUTES) 
1. Davey Boy Smith runs onto the set and announces someone has dog napped Winston 
2. Jim Duggan vs. Warlord 
3. Update: EarthQuake injures Andre the Giant's leg (never before seen footage of Andre hobbling on his own to the dressing room) 
4. Jake Roberts Interview follows) 
5. Jake Roberts vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
6. Berzerker & Mr. Fuji join the set for an Interview (Berzerker ties Jameson to a stake & attempts to set him on fire. When he can't he carries him off the set and to the roof. 
7. I.R.S. vs. Rob Allen 
8. Sid Justice Promo 
9. Jimmy Snuka vs. Bob Bradley (from MSG) 
10. Mountie joins the set for an Interview 
11. Jimmy Hart & Sean Mooney visit a jail, Hart accidentally locks himself in a cell. 
12. Big Boss Man vs. Al Burke 
13. Mena Gene Okerlund Interviews WBF star Vince Cumber ??? 
14. Power & Glory (Hercules & Paul Roma) vs. New Orient Express (Kato & Tanaka) (IP) 
15. A hidden camera shows Bobby Heenan stealing Winston the bulldog and putting him in a dog pound truck 
16. Roddy Piper Promo 
17. Davey Boy Smith returns to the set and scares Heenan, exclaiming he's going to get his dog and then says "I'll Be Back". Almost as good as Arnold with his British voice and all. 
18. Brutus Beefcake's Barber Shop w/LOD 
19. WBF's Gary Strydom joins the set for an Interview 
20. Sgt. Slaughter vs. Greg Valentine (Valentine also has to take on Mustafa & Adnan during the bout) 
21. Berzerker throws Jameson off the roof while tied to a stake 
22. Sid Justice Promo 
23. Rockers vs. Tom Stone & Tom Bennett 
24. Event Center : Bret Hart Interview 
25. Davey Boy Smith & Winston return to Prime Time & run Heenan off 
26. Ted Dibiase vs. Dave Sigfritts 
27. At the end of Prime Time Davey Boy Smith puts Heenan in the back of a dog pound truck and sends him off 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/17/91 (VERY GOOD/   1 HOUR 52 MINUTES) 
1. This week Mean Gene replaces Vince McMahon, thus beginning Vince's long hiatus off TV during the steroid trial. 
2. Jimmy Hart announces that Tugboat is "dead" and that he has surprise later in the show 
3. Davey Boy Smith vs. Paul Roma 
4. Special Report: Sgt. Slaughter Interview regarding the veterans coming home from the Desert Storm War 
5. Jameson returns to the set on a hospital bed after being thrown off the roof by the Berzerker last week for a small interview. 
6. Undertaker vs. Scott Bazo 
7. "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka joins the set for an Interview climbing down a rope from the ceiling...jeeze 
8. Sid Justice Promo 
9. Jim Duggan vs. Black Knight 
10. Event Center : I.R.S. Interview 
11. Bobby Heenan tries to expose Virgilina to be Virgil in a dress. Piper & Virgilina walk in and bust Bobby. Why on Earth did they decide to put Virgil in a
 dress w/make up & a wig and make him talk like a woman? 
12. Roddy Piper & Virgil"ina" join the set for an Interview. More garbage as Virgil kisses Mean Gene's head for a lengthy period then talks like a woman again. 
13. Ted Dibiase vs. Larry Ludden 
14. For the Love of God, even more w/Roddy Piper & Virgil"ina". They show a promo of Roddy Piper, Virgil & Virgilina all at once together, great effects Vince. 
15. Jim Duggan Promo 
16. Bret Hart vs. The Mountie 
17. Funeral Parlor w/Mr. Perfect & Bobby Heenan announce Heenan has stepped down as Perfect's Manager. Heenan then announces Mr. Perfect's new manager, "Coach" John Tolos. 
18. EarthQuake & Jimmy Hart join the set for an interview 
19. Tugboat & BushWhackers vs. Nasty Boys & EarthQuake (Tugboat turns heel & causes his team to lose, then joins Jimmy Hart's table.) 
20. Jimmy Hart & EarthQuake announce one half of the new team The Natural Disasters, Typhoon (formerly Tugboat) who then joins the how for the 1st time under his new gimmick. 
21. Kerry Von Erich & Power & Glory Promos on their thoughts about Sid Justice 
22. WBF Championship Report: Interviews from Gary Strydom, Randy Savage & Ultimate Warrior 
23. Warlord vs. Larry Williams 
24. Virgil comes out & chases Heenan off 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 6/24/91 (VERY GOOD/   1 HOUR 52 MINUTES) 
1. This week Sean Mooney replaces Vince McMahon 
2. Nasty Boys join the set and debut their new moves, The Pit Stop & the step over toe in the face. 
3. Greg Valentine vs. Barbarian 
4. Update: Tugboat turns heel and becomes Typhoon (Natural Disasters Interview follows) 
5. Big Boss Man vs. Black Knight 
6. Jim Duggan joins the set for an Interview 
7. Sid Justice Promo 
8. LOD Animal vs. Paul Roma (w/Hercules from MSG) 
9. Beverly Brothers (w/Coach) vs. Jobbers ( Beverly 's Debut) 
10. Ricky Steamboat "The Dragon" vs. Demolition Smash (from MSG, IP) 
11. Jake Roberts joins the set for an Interview 
12. Brutus Beefcake's Barber Shop w/Andre the Giant 
13. Mr. Perfect & Coach Promo 
14. Warlord vs. Koko B. Ware (from MSG) 
15. Virgil vs. Louie Spicolli 
16. Davey Boy Smith & Mr. Perfect promos on their thoughts about Sid Justice 
17. Berzerker vs. Jerry Stevens 
18. Jim Duggan returns to the set w/a grenade and does a bit w/Bobby Heenan where he blows up his car 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/1/91 (VERY GOOD   1 HOUR 48 MINUTES) 
1. This week Sean Mooney replaces Vince McMahon 
2. Virgil vs. Kato (w/Mr.Fuji) 
3. Mr. Perfect joins the set for an Interview 
4. Rockers vs. Brooklyn Brawler & Tim Patterson 
5. Special Report: Miss Elizabeth announces she loves Randy Savage (Randy Savage responds) 
6. Mountie vs. Bob Jones 
7. Sid Justice Promo (followed by Jake Roberts & Nasty Boys expressing their opinions on Sid) 
8. Jim Duggan vs. The Intruder 
9. LOD join the Prime Time Set for an Interview 
10. Natural Disasters (Debut as a team) vs. Jobbers 
11. Davey Boy Smith vs. Ted Dibiase (IP) 
12. Brutus Beefcake joins the set for an Interview (Heenan sticks refrigerator magnets to Brutus' face, now that's funny, Beefcake returns this by having his assistant, Cookie, 
apply a special green cream to Bobby's face which couldn't be removed) 
13. Funeral Parlor w/Sgt. Slaughter & Company 
14. Bret Hart vs. Paul Roma 
15. Beverly Brothers vs. Bill Catlin & Stephen DeLeon 
16. Gary Strydom joins the set for an Interview 
17. Undertaker vs. Jobber 
18. Mr. Perfect returns to the set with the Perfect suit 
19. Jake Roberts vs. Louie Spicolli 
20. LOD & Gary Strydom finally rip the facial mask off Bobby Heenan (Heenan's face is all red now) 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/8/91 (VERY GOOD/   1 HOUR 54 MINUTES) 
This week Gorilla Monsoon replaces Vince McMahon while the steroid trial goes on 
1. Miss Elizabeth Interview (Randy Savage proposes to her and she says, Ohhhh Yeahhhh !!!) 
2. Hillbilly Jim joins the set for an Interview & sings a song 
3. Greg Valentine vs. Demolition Smash 
4. Update: Summer Slam main event is announced (Slaughter's Triangle vs. Warrior & Hogan w/Sid Justice as ref.) 
5. Sgt. Slaughter & company joins the set for an Interview 
6. Koko B. Ware vs. Mike Stone 
7. Ted Dibiase vs. Jobber 
8. Skinner Promo (Skinner appears out of the swamp waters with a knife in his teeth) 
9. Sgt. Slaughter kidnaps Sean Mooney as a hostage and takes him to a undisclosed area 
10. Bret Hart vs. Barbarian (from Maple Leaf Gardens ) 
11. Randy Savage joins the set for an Interview (Savage talks about his upcoming wedding) 
12. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat vs. Ed Moretti 
13. More w/Mooney & Slaughter 
14. BushWhackers vs. Sgt. Slaughter & Col. Mustafa 
15. Sid Justice Promo (Natural Disasters & Virgil express their opinions on Sid) 
16. Beverly Brothers (w/Coach) vs. David Bazo & Scott Key ( Beverly 's get their new capes, thank God) 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/15/91 (VERY GOOD/   1 HOUR 46 MINUTES) 
1. Jameson goes into Ted Dibiase's dressing room and tries on the Million $ Belt and decides to keep it 
2. This week Sean Mooney replaces Vince McMahon 
3. Sherri comes out & announces the Million $ Belt is Missing 
4. Greg Valentine vs. Berzerker 
5. Update: Randy Savage & Elizabeth to get married at Summer Slam plus the Main Event (Ultimate Warrior & Hulk Hogan Interview follows) 
6. Paul Roma vs. Jim Gorman 
7. Ted Dibiase & Sherri join the set for an Interview but are more concerned on the Million $ Belt's whereabouts 
8. Big Boss Man vs. Louie Spicolli 
9. Summer Slam Report: Interviews w/Bret Hart & Virgil 
10. IC Champ Mr. Perfect (w/Coach) vs. Larry Ludden 
11. Virgil joins the set for an Interview 
12. Funeral Parlor w/LOD 
13. Skinner Promo 
14. Andre the Giant joins the set for an Interview 
15. WWF Tag Champs Nasty Boys vs. BushWhackers 
16. Shane Douglas vs. Dino Bravo (Bravo returns w/black hair and no manager) 
17. Oh boy, Here we go...Vince McMahon Interview (Vince wants us all to know the WWF is drug free and will now test for steroids) 
18. Col. Mustafa vs. Larry Williams (afterwards Slaughter & co. beat down the jobber) 
19. Sid Justice Promo (Roddy Piper & I.R.S. express their opinions on Sid) 
20. Kerry Von Erich vs. Barbarian 
21. Ted Dibiase & Sherri begin checking the crowd for the belt w/a metal detector 
22. Warlord vs. Buddy Wayne 
23. Jim Duggan vs. Mike Starr 
24. Dibiase finds out Jameson has the belt but Virgil & Andre the Giant take it instead. Sherri steals the belt back for Ted but Andre grabs Sherri by the hair and spanks her with his crutch 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING JULY 22 1991 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Virgil v. Paul Roma
2. Update – The upcoming wedding of Randy Savage & Elizabeth
3. Nasty Boys v. jobbers
4. Special Intetview – Sgt. Slaughter, Gen. Adnan, Col. Mustafa. Sid Justice comes out.
5. Promo – Skinner
6. Int – Bret Hart
7. Bushwhackers v. Haku & Barbarian
8. Jimmy Snuka v. Berserker
9. Ricky Steamboat v. Louie Spicoli
10. Beverly Brothers v. jobbers
11. Kerry Von Erich v. jobber

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 7/29/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
1. Sean Mooney is still doing Prime Time in place of Vince McMahon 
2. Greg Valentine vs. Warlord (from MSG) 
3. Jimmy Snuka vs. Louie Spicolli 
4. Mountie & Jimmy Hart join the set for an Interview 
5. Funeral Parlor w/Jake Roberts (Roberts announces he's going to share the secrets of the darkness with the Ultimate Warrior) 
6. Sgt. Slaughter & company join the Prime Time set for an Interview 
7. Sid Justice comes into a Triangle of Terror Interview and announces he's a part of no one's core and is only there to make sure "Justice is served". 
8. Natural Disasters vs. Dan Saxon & Doug Casen 
9. Summer Slam Report: Interviews w/the team of Hulk Hogan & Ultimate Warrior, Ted Dibiase & Virgil 
10. Nasty Boys Promo 
11. Ted Dibiase vs. Jason Anderson 
12. Mountie & Jimmy Hart return for another Interview (Mountie challenges the Big Boss Man) 
13. BushWhackers Promo for the Hulk Hogan Hotline 
14. Jim Duggan vs. I.R.S. 
15. Skinner Promo (at this point he thinks he's the Stalker) 
16. Mountie attacks Big Boss Man in the parking lot & shocks him down to the black top 
17. WWF Tag Champs Nasty Boys vs. Hart Foundation (Hart's last match as a team from MSG) 
18. Undertaker vs. Brian Jewel 
19. Rockers vs. Ed Moretti & Mike Roselli 
20. Big Boss Man joins the set for an Interview 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 8/5/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 HOURS) 
1. Sean Mooney is still doing Prime Time in place of Vince McMahon 
2. Davey Boy Smith vs. Col. Mustafa (w/Sgt. Slaughter) 
3. Special Report: Jake Roberts teaches the Ultimate Warrior to breath in a casket (Step #1 to learning the secrets of the darkside) 
4. Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart join the set for an Interview 
5. Bret Hart vs. Ed Moretti 
6. Sid Justice Promo (Sid working out) 
7. Dino Bravo vs. Louie Spicolli (Bravo returns again as a face, no Jimmy Hart and w/blach hair) 
8. Interview w/Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior & Sid Justice 
9. Greg Valentine joins the set for an Interview 
10. I.R.S. vs. Chi Chi Cruz 
11. Summer Slam Report: Interviews w/Nasty Boys, LOD, Mr. Perfect, Bret Hart, Ted Dibiase, Virgil, Big Boss Man & the Mountie Sid Justice joins the set for an Interview 
12. Jake Roberts vs. Typhoon (the Disasters attempt to squash Lucifer but Andre the Giant makes the save) 
13. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat vs. Paul Roma (from MSG) 
14. BushWhackers Promo 
15. Mountie vs. Steve May 
16. Kerry Von Erich vs. Tim Peterson 
17. Nasty Boys return to the set to attack Jameson but Greg Valentine makes the save 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 8/12/91 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Jimmy Snuka v. Brooklyn Brawler
2. Paul Roma v. jobber
3. Greg Valentine v. jobber
4. Barbarian v. Jim Powers
5. Jake Roberts continues his “Dark Side Training” with the Ultimate Warrior
6. Mart Jannetty v. Kato
7. IRS v. Daveyboy Smith
8. Mr. Perfect v. Jobber
9. LOD v. Dwayne Gill & Barry Hardy
 
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 8/18/91 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
SUMMER SLAM SPECTACULAR
1. Hawk v. Brian Knobs
2. Video – Jake Roberts finishes his “Dark Side Training” of the Ultimate Warrior, and turns heel on him.
3. Bret Hart v. Barbarian
4. Special Interview – Sid Justice
5. IRS v. jobber
6. Ricky Steamboat, Kerry Von Erich, Davey Boy Smith v. Orient Express (Sato, Tanaka & Kato)
7. Hulk Hogan v. Sgt. Slaughter (Turns into a triple team when Col. Mustafa & Gen. Adnan run in to attack Hogan. Sid Justice runs in
to make the save.)
8. Natural Disasters v. Ray Garcia & Ross Greenberg
9. Barber Shop – Sensational Sherri
10. Virgil v. Ted DiBiase? (Nope. Ted DiBiase pays a masked wrestler to beat Virgil. When Virgil puts him away and Ted is none too happy about it.)

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/1/91 [24/7]
1. Ricky Steamboat v. Col. Mustafa (Iron Sheik)
2. Int – Paul Bearer & The Underta
3. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
4. Hercules v. jobber
5. Jim Neidhart v. Brooklyn Brawler
6. Big Bully Busick v. Jim Powers
7. RIC FLAIR! The REAL World’s Champion makes his Primetime Debut in an interview with Bobby Heenan
8. Kerry Von Erich v. IRS
9. Jimmy Snuka v. Pat Tanaka
10. Int – Legion of Doom
11. Barbershop – Ted DiBiase
12. Warlord v. jobber

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 9/8/91 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Heenan is in a frenzy backstage because Ric Flair will be on the show today. Heenan is carrying around Flair’s “Big Gold Belt”
2. Rick Steamboat v. Col. Mustafa
3. Int – The Undertaker
4. Bushwhackers v. Barry Hardy & Dwayne Gill
5. Hercules v. jobber
6. Jim Neidhart v. Brooklyn Brawler
7. Big Bully Busick v. Jim Powers
8. Heenan welcomes Ric Flair to the show.
9. Int – Ric Flair
10. Kerry Von Erich v. IRS
11. Jimmy Snuka v. Pat Tanaka
12. LOD joins the show.
13. Barber Shop – Ted DiBiase & Sensational Sherri
 
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 9/16/91 (GOOD QUALITY)
1. Koko B. Ware v. Skinner
2. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
3. Barbarian v. jobber
4. The Rockers join the show
5. LOD v. Nasty Boys (From Summerslam 91)
6. Ted DiBiase join the show
7. Virgil v. jobber
8. Undertaker v. jobber
9. Big Bossman v. Col. Mustafa
10. Sid Justice joins the show.
11. Hercules v. Greg Valentine
12. Special Interview – Hulk Hogan
13. Orient Express v. Dwayne Gill & Barry Hardy
14. Daveyboy Smith v. jobber
  
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 9/23/91 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Ricky Steamboat v. Pat Tanaka
2. Nasty Boys v. jobbers
3. Jim Duggan v. jobber
4. Video – Tito Santana begins his transformation into El Matador
5. Big Bossman joins the show.
6. IRS v. jobber
7. Rockers v. Barry Hardy & Dwayne Gill
8. Ted DiBiase v. Jimmy Snuka
9. Funeral Parlor – Ric Flair
10. Jake Roberts joins the show
11. Sid Justice v. Kato
12. Bret Hart v. Brooklyn Brawler
13. Natural Disasters v. jobbers

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 9/30/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
1. Hulk Hogan joins the show for an Interview 
2. Suburban Commando Clips 
3. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Hercules 
4. Virgil joins the show for an Interview 
5. Ted Dibiase vs. Mark Thomas 
6. More w/Virgil on the Prime Time Set 
7. Special Report: Sgt. Slaughter wants his country back 
8. WWF Tag Champs LOD vs. Mike Durham & Mike Williams 
9. Hulk Hogan returns to the show in his Suburban Commando space suit 
10. Beverly Brothers (w/Genius) vs. Joe Milano & Rocky Roy 
11. Davey Boy Smith vs. Big Bully Busick 
12. From Superstars: Ric Flair comes up the the commentators booth and nails Roddy Piper with his "Real World's" Championship belt. Flair continues to pummel Piper. 
Moments later a groggy Piper nails Vince McMahon in the back with a chair shot. Vince is then arried out on a stretcher as the show ends. It would be another 6 years 
before Vince ever took another blow from a wrestler. 
13. Skinner joins the set for an Interview 
14. Jim Duggan vs. Col Mustafa 
15. More w/Skinner on Prime Time set (Skinner spits tobacco on Alfred Hayes, Awesome) 
16. Jake Roberts vs. Tony Diamond 
17. While Bobby Heenan is on the phone w/Ric Flair bashing Hulk Hogan, Hogan returns to the set as Heenan passes out. Hogan then gets on the phone and gives Flair a 
Whatcha Gonna Do line followed by a wooooo. 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 10/7/91 (VERY GOOD   2 HOURS) 
1. Big Boss Man vs. Duane Gill 
2. Warlord & Slick joins the set for an Interview (Warlord carries off Jameson) 
3. Greg Valentine vs. Col. Mustafa 
4. Sgt. Slaughter Promo at the Veterans Cemetery (He wants his country back) 
5. BushWhackers vs. Mike Durham & Mike Williams 
6. Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart join the set for an Interview 
7. Funeral Parlor Interview w/Sid Justice 
8. I.R.S. vs. Jim Powers 
9. Warlord uses Jameson as weights 
10. From Superstars: Ric Flair comes up the the commentators booth and nails Roddy Piper with his "Real World's" Championship belt. 
Flair continues to pummel Piper. Moments later a groggy Piper nails Vince McMahon in the back with a chair shot. Vince is then carried out on a stretcher as the show ends. 
11. Roddy Piper joins the set for an Interview 
12. Virgil vs. Pat Tanaka 
13. More w/Roddy Piper on the Prime Time Set 
14. Hercules (w/Slick) vs. Barbarian 
15. Warlord bench presses Jameson 
16. El Matador Promo 
17. Berzerker vs. Scott Taylor (Scotty too Hotty) 
18. Warlord & Slick rejoin the show, Warlord now presses Jameson over his head repeatedly as the show ends 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 10/14/91 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
occasional tracking lines during this episode.
1. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat vs. Warlord 
2. Special Report: Survivor Series Main Event announced Hogan vs. Undertaker (Undertaker & Hulk Hogan Interviews follow) 
3. Berzerker vs. Bill Pierce 
4. Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart join the set for an Interview 
5. WWF Tag Champs LOD vs. Brian Donahue & Mike Fury 
6. Beverly Brothers vs. Phil Apollo & Ross Greenberg 
7. Jim Duggan vs. Bob Bradley 
8. El Matador Promo 
9. Randy Savage joins the set for an Interview 
10. Undertaker vs. Greg Valentine 
11. More w/Randy Savage on the show 
12. Jim Neidhart vs. Skinner 
13. Brutus Beefcake's Barber Shop w/Roddy Piper 
14. Nasty Boys vs. Kerry Davis & Bob Wisseman 
15. Big Bully Busick & Harvey Whippleman join the set for an Interview 
16. Sgt. Slaughter Promo from the Lincoln Memorial (He wants his country back) 
17. Davey Boy Smith vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
18. More w/The Bully & Harvey as the Bully picks on the crowd but Randy Savage attacks the Bully and sends him off behind the 
curtains 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 10/21/91 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Rockers v. jobbers
2. Ted DiBiase v. jobber
3. Promo   Sgt. Slaughter still wants his country back.
4. Bushwhackers v. jobbers
5. The Beverly Brothers and the Genius join the show.
6. Gene Okerlund and Bobby Heenan play golf. Pretty funny
7. Col. Mustafa v. jobber
8. Ric Flair v. Ron Cumberledge
9. IRS joins the show.
10. Big Bossman v. Hercules
11. Sid Justice v. Kato (Undertaker and Jake Roberts double team Sid, but he gets away.)
12. El Matador video
13. Bret Hart joins the show.
14. Jim Neidhart v. Big Bully Busick
15. Natural Disasters v. jobbers
16. Kerry Von Erich v. Brian Costello

PRIME TIME Wrestling 10/28/91 (GOOD/VERY   2 hours) 
1. "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat vs. Barry Hardy 
2. Special Report: Sid Justice is attacked by Undertaker & Jake Roberts (Jim Duggan makes the save) Jake Roberts Interview follows 
3. Skinner vs. Chris Hawn 
4. BushWhackers join the show for an Interview 
5. Big Bully Busick vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
6. Sid Justice, Big Boss Man & LOD Interview 
7. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Bob Bradley 
8. Survivor Series Report: Interviews w/Hulk Hogan, Undertaker & the team of Roddy Piper, Bret Hart, Virgil & Davey Boy Smith 
9. Ric Flair joins the set for an Interview 
10. Roddy Piper vs. Bob Smedley 
11. More w/Ric Flair in the studio (the belt has yet to be distorted) 
12. Jimmy Snuka, Greg Valentine & Kerry Von Erich vs. Beverly Brothers & Pat Tanaka 
13. Jim Duggan joins the show for an Interview 
14. Undertaker vs. Duane Gill 
15. Sgt. Slaughter Promo from Paul Revere statue (He wants his country back) 
16. Freddie Blassie joins the show for an Interview 
17. WWF Tag Champs LOD vs. Brian Costello & Peter Weeks 
18. Jake Roberts vs. Ron Cumberledge 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 11/4/91 (GOOD QUALITY)
1. Natural Disasters v. Rockers
2. Big Bossman v. jobber
3. Tito Santana joins the show. And talks about his transformation into El Matador
4. El Matador, Tito Santana v. Pat Tanaka
5. Big Bully Busick v. Brooklyn Brawler
6. Promo   Sgt. Slaughter wants his country back.
7. Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa join the show
8. Sid Justice v. Col Mustafa & General Adnan
9. The Mountie joins the show.
10. Mountie v. Bret Hart
11. Barber Shop – Hulk Hogan
12. Daveyboy Smith v. Warlord
13. Genichiro Tenryu joins the show.
14. Virgil v. Dwayne Hardy
15. Berzerker v. jobber
 
PRIME TIME WRESTLING 11/11/91 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
Primetime’s format goes from it’s studio audience format (which I HATED) to a roundtable format featuring Vince McMahon, Bobby Heenan
and several additional wrestlers sitting at a table debating the action.
1. Jim Duggan v. Big Bully Busick
2. Ric Flair v. Jim Neidhart
3. Beverly Brothers v. jobbers
4. Repo Man v. jobber
5. LOD v. Nasty Boys
6. Kerry Von Erich v. Undertaker
7. Funeral Parlor – Randy Savage
8. Daveyboy Smith v. IRS

PRIME TIME Wrestling 11/18/91 (GOOD/VERY   2 hours) 
1. Prime Times Set is remodeled to look like a conference room with Monsoon, McMahon, Piper, Heenan & Mr. Perfect 
2. Ted Dibiase & I.R.S. vs. BushWhackers 
3. Million $ Champ Virgil vs. Jobber 
4. Update: Ric Flair & Beverly Brothers injure Jim Neidhart & put him out of Survivor Series (Beverly's & Genius Interview follow) 
5. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Hercules (from MSG) 
6. Repo Man Promo 
7. WWF Tag Champs LOD vs. Barry Horowitz & Ben Jordan 
8. Survivor Series Report: Interviews w/the team of Big Boss Man & LOD, Undertaker & the team of Flair, Mountie, Warlord & Dibiase 
9. Rockers vs. Beverly Brothers (w/Genius) 
10. Funeral Parlor w/Hulk Hogan (Ric Flair comes down & Undertaker attacks Hogan) 
11. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Skinner 
12. Kerry Von Erich vs. "Big Bully" Busick 
13. Jake Roberts vs. Eric Freedom 
14. Sgt. Slaughter Promo from a classroom (He got his country back) 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 11/25/91 (VERY GOOD/   1 hour 48 minutes) 
1. Prime Times Set is remodeled to look like a conference room with Monsoon, McMahon, Piper, Heenan & Mr. Perfect 
2. Ted Dibiase & I.R.S. vs. BushWhackers 
3. Million $ Champ Virgil vs. Jobber 
4. Update: Ric Flair & Beverly Brothers injure Jim Neidhart & put him out of Survivor Series (Beverly's & Genius Interview follow) 
5. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Hercules (from MSG) 
6. Repo Man Promo 
7. WWF Tag Champs LOD vs. Barry Horowitz & Ben Jordan 
8. Survivor Series Report: Interviews w/the team of Big Boss Man & LOD, Undertaker & the team of Flair, Mountie, Warlord & Dibiase 
9. Rockers vs. Beverly Brothers (w/Genius) 
10. Funeral Parlor w/Hulk Hogan (Ric Flair comes down & Undertaker attacks Hogan) 
11. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Skinner 
12. Kerry Von Erich vs. "Big Bully" Busick 
13. Jake Roberts vs. Eric Freedom 
14. Sgt. Slaughter Promo from a classroom (He got his country back) 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 12/2/91 (VERY GOOD/   1 hour 40 minutes) 
1. Jack Tunney announces Randy Savage has been reinstated 
2. BushWhackers vs. Barry Horowitz & Brian Costello 
3. Nasty Boys attack Jim Duggan (Sgt. Slaughter makes the save) 
4. Col. Mustafa vs. Al Phillips 
5. Interviews w/Randy Savage & Jake Roberts about Tuesday in Texas PPV 
6. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Chris Duffy 
7. Ric Flair (w/Mr. Perfect) vs. Glen Ruth 
8. Million $ Champ Virgil vs. Ted Dibiase (Title Change, Repo Man interferes & El Matador makes the save, IP) 
9. Warlord vs. Montana Miller 
10. Big Boss Man vs. Von Krus (Big Vito) 
11. Davey Boy Smith vs. Mountie 
12. Undertaker Interview 
13. Skinner vs. Dale Wolfe 
14. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Barbarian 
15. Repo Man vs. Phil Apollo 
16. Hulk Hogan Interview 
17. Natural Disasters vs. Mike Samples & Greg Green 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 12/9/91 (VERY GOOD/   1 hour 55 minutes) 
1. Jack Tunney announces Hulk Hogan being stripped of the WWF Title. He also announces that the new champion will be determined at the Royal Rumble 
2. Jim Neidhart vs. The Mountie (from MSG) 
3. Repo Man vs. Mark Boswell 
4. Royal Rumble Report: Undertaker Interview 
5. Nasty Boys vs. Paul Perez & Mario Mancini 
6. Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter vs. Duane Gill & Barry Hardy 
7. I.R.S. vs. Sonny Blaze 
8. Big Boss Man vs. Warlord (w/Harvey Whippleman) 
9. WWF Tag Champs LOD vs. The Executioners 
10. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Barbarian 
11. Ted Dibiase vs. Greg Valentine 
12. Virgil vs. Von Krus (Big Vito) 
13. Jake Roberts vs. Chris Duffy 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 12/16/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 hours) 
1. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Berzerker 
2. Special Report: Royal Rumble participates announced Hulk Hogan Interview) 
3. Undertaker vs. Mark Thomas 
4. New Foundation (Niedhart & Owen Hart) vs. Brooklyn Brawler & Kato 
5. Freddie Blassie gives Bret Hart the Wrestler of the Year Award 
6. Beverly Brothers vs. Jim Arnone & Sonny Blaze (After the match Beverly's attempt to attack Jameson but the BushWhackers make the save) 
7. Royal Rumble comments from Kerry Von Erich, Warlord, Virgil, I.R.S., Davey Boy Smith, Berzerker, Ric Flair & Undertaker 
8. Randy Savage vs. Jake Roberts (from Tuesday in Texas ) 
9. Post Match Randy Savage Interview 
10. WWF Tag Champs LOD vs. Bob Wisseman & Nick Tarantino 
11. Event Center : Interviews w/Natural Disasters & BushWhackers 
12. Ric Flair (w/Mr. Perfect) vs. Shawn Michaels (Rockers break up continues) 
13. Ted Dibiase vs. Dale Wolfe 

 PRIME TIME Wrestling 12/23/91 (VERY GOOD/   2 hours) 
1. Big Boss Man vs. Kato 
2. Update: Royal Rumble update (Interviews w/Jake Roberts, Jim Duggan, El Matador & Nasty Boys 
3. Rockers vs. Paul Perez & Bob (Rockers continue break up, Shawn's all night quote comes into play) 
4. Event Center : Rumble Interviews w/I.R.S., Kerry Von Erich & Warlord 
5. Ted Dibiase & Repo Man vs. Virgil & "El Matador" Tito Santana (from Tuesday in TX PPV) 
6. Jimmy Snuka vs. Brian Donahue 
7. Royal Rumble comments from Ted Dibiase, Skinner, Repo Man & Roddy Piper 
8. Mountie vs. Phil Apollo 
9. New Foundation (Owen Hart & Neidhart) vs. Nasty Boys 
10. Ric Flair vs. Dale Wolfe 
11. BushWhackers & Jameson Interview 
12. Jim Duggan vs. Barbarian (from MSG) 
13. Undertaker vs. Al Phillips 
14. Skinner vs. Ross Greenberg 
15. Greg Valentine vs. Brooklyn Brawler 

PRIME TIME WRESTLING 12/30/91 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)
1. Randy Savage v. Barbarian
2. Tito Santana v. Kato
3. Beverly Brothers & The Genius v. 3 jobbers
4. Rockers v. LOD (Big dissension here, as a miscue costs the Rockers the match. Jannetty & Michaels argue with each other afterwards.)
5. Kerry Von Erich v. Hercules
6. Rick Martel v. jobber
7. Bret Hart v. Skinner

PRIME TIME Wrestling 1/6/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. For the New Year a new set has been constructed for the round table room 
2. Virgil vs. Skinner (from MSG) 
3. Undertaker vs. Richie Garvin 
4. Special Report: Rockers lose to LOD in Tag Title Match & continue their break up (LOD Interview follows) 
5. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Barry Horowitz 
6. Tatanka Promo 
7. Barbarian vs. Berzerker 
8. Randy Savage & Elizabeth Interview 
9. Repo Man vs. Sonny Blaze 
10. Royal Rumble Report: Interviews w/Virgil, Nasty Boys, Ted Dibiase, Sgt. Slaughter & Sid Justice 
11. Rockers vs. Nasty Boys (from MSG, Rockers continue their break up) 
12. Warlord vs. Greg Valentine (IP) 
13. Brutus Beefcake's Barber Shop w/Sid Justice 
14. Mountie vs. Rudi Gonzalez 
15. Ted Dibiase Interview (begins his short feud w/Tito Santana by going to Tito's "house" as a child in the slums of Mexico 
16. Roddy Piper vs. Brooklyn Brawler 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/13/92

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

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/20/92

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

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/27/92

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

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 2/3/92

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

 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 2/17/92 (VERY GOOD/   2 hours) 
1. Highlights of Sid Justice turning heel 
2. Hulk Hogan & Brutus Beefcake Interview from SNME 
3. Brutus Beefcake's Barber Shop w/Sid Justice (Sid destroys the Barber Shop) 
4. Tatanka vs. Kato 
5. Hercules vs. Warlord (from MSG) 
6. Bret Hart vs. B.A. Dalton 
7. Event Center : Interviews w/Repo Man & LOD 
8. Beverly Brothers vs. Dale Wolfe & Brian Elmore 
9. WrestleMania 8 Report: Interviews w/Ric Flair & Mr. Perfect, Randy Savage, Sid Justice & Hulk Hogan 
10. Rick Martel vs. Terry Daniels 
11. Event Center : Interviews w/El Matador & Undertaker 
12. New Foundation (Neidhart &Owen Hart), Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter vs. Nasty Boys & Natural Disasters 
13. WWF IC Champ Roddy Piper vs. The Mountie (from SNME) 
14. Shawn Michaels (w/Sherri) vs. Louie Spicolli (Michaels sports his original heartthrob like music) 
15. Big Boss Man vs. Berzerker 
16. Undertaker vs. Ed Robinson 
17. Davey Boy Smith vs. Omar Atlas 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 2/24/92 (VERY GOOD/   2 hours) 
1. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Hercules 
2. Update: WrestleMania 8 Double Main Event & heel turn by Sid Justice 
3. Papa Shango vs. Todd Overbow 
4. BushWhackers vs. Skinner & Brooklyn Brawler 
5. Shawn Michaels (w/Sherri) vs. Kris Germany (Michaels still has that heart throb music) 
6. Berzerker vs. Don Richter 
7. WrestleMania 8 Report: Interviews w/Sid Justice, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair & Randy Savage 
8. Bret Hart vs. The Mountie (Nasty Boys & Roddy Piper come in) 
9. Kerry Von Erich vs. Rick Martel (from MSG) 
10. Ted Dibiase & I.R.S. vs. Terry Daniels & Omar Atlas 
11. Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter vs. Beverly Brothers (from SNME) 
12. Nasty Boys vs. L.T. Jackson & Jimmy James 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 3/2/92 (VERY GOOD/   2 hours) 
1. Owen Hart vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
2. Jimmy Snuka vs. Shawn Michaels (using that Heartthrob music still yet) (from MSG) 
3. Update: Money Inc. wins Tag Titles (Jimmy Hart dumps Natural Disasters for Money Inc. (Dibiase & I.R.S. Interview follows) 
4. Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter vs. Dale Wolfe & Rudi Gonzalez 
5. WrestleMania 8 Report: Interviews w/Ric Flair & Mr. Perfect, Randy Savage, Sid Justice & Hulk Hogan 
6. Nasty Boys vs. Jobbers 
7. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Brian Elmore 
8. Big Boss Man vs. Warlord 
9. BushWhackers vs. Lee Armstrong & Doug Somers 
10. Funeral Parlor w/Jake Roberts (Jake DDT's Paul Bearer & locks the Undertaker's hand in a casket and beats him w/a chair. Undertaker sells & chases Jake backstage casket & all 
11. Virgil vs. The Mountie 
12. Sid Justice vs. Ed Robinson 
13. Davey Boy Smith vs. B.A. Dalton 
14. Papa Shango vs. Larry Williams 
15. Event Center : Interviews w/Berzerker & Mountie 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 3/9/92 (VERY GOOD/   2 hours) 
small tracking line appears at the bottom and drops the VQ 
1. Big Boss Man & Virgil vs. Beverly Brothers 
2. Skinner vs. Terry Daniels 
3. Update: Jake Roberts attacks Undertaker on Funeral Parlor, Jake vs. UT is signed for WM8 (Undertaker Interview follows) 
4. WWF Tag Champs Money Inc. vs. Jim Powers & Terry Davis 
5. Chris Walker vs. Warlord (from MSG) 
6. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Jay Cooper 
7. WrestleMania 8 Report: Interviews w/Sid Justice, Hulk Hogan & Undertaker 
8. Roddy Piper & BushWhackers vs. Mountie & Nasty Boys 
9. Bret Hart vs. Jimmy James 
10. Ric Flair Interview (exposes pictures of himself w/Elizabeth) 
11. Owen Hart vs. Hercules 
12. Papa Shango Promo 
13. Natural Disasters vs. Bob Avery & Brad Avery 
14. Repo Man vs. "Jumping" Jim Brunzell 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 3/23/92 (Special 1 hour Edition) (VERY GOOD/   1 hour) 
1. Sid Justice vs. Hercules (from MSG) 
2. Update: Ric Flair Interview from his yacht exposing more footage of himself w/Elizabeth 
3. Tatanka & Rick Martel meet each other in the aisle way & begin brawling 
4. Tatanka vs. Jobber 
5. Hulk Hogan Interview 
6. Bret Hart vs. The Mountie (Shawn Michaels comes down and watches on costing Bret the match) 
7. WrestleMania 8 Report: Interviews w/Sid Justice, Bret Hart, Roddy Piper, Money Inc. & Natural Disasters 
8. Virgil vs. Repo Man 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 4/6/92 (VERY GOOD/   1 hour) 
1. WrestleMania 8 Highlights (Sid Justice & Ultimate Warrior Interviews follow) 
2. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Skinner 
3. Chris Walker vs. Barry Horowitz 
4. Paul Ellering & LOD Promo from the alleys of Chicago 
5. Virgil vs. Kato 
6. Tatanka vs. B.A. Dalton 
7. Lex Luger WBF Promo 
8. Repo Man vs. Jim Powers 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 4/13/92 (VERY GOOD  2 hours) 
1. Rick Martel vs. J.W. Storm (from MSG, one of Storm's few WWF appearances) 
2. Event Center : Interviews w/Shawn Michaels & the team of Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter 
3. Owen Hart vs. Dale Wolfe 
4. Special Report: Randy Savage wins WWF Title (Ric Flair Interview follows) 
5. Beverly Brothers vs. Koko B. Ware & Ian Weston 
6. Nailz Promo from prison 
7. Big Boss Man Interview 
8. Skinner vs. Chris Walker 
9. Papa Shango vs. Mike Casey 
10. WWF Tag Champs Money Inc. vs. BushWhackers 
11. Undertaker vs. Sonny Trout 
12. Warlord vs. "Jumping" Jim Brunzell (from MSG, Warlord appears to be growing his hair in) 
13. Virgil vs. Pat Tanaka 
14. Mountie vs. Matt Burn (whom looks a lot like RVD) 
15. Davey Boy Smith vs. Kato 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 4/20/92 (VERY GOOD   1 hour 46 minutes) 
1. Sid Justice vs. Chris Walker 
2. Sgt. Slaughter vs. Tom Stone 
3. Update: Randy Savage exposes Ric Flair's photos w/Liz as phonies and shows the real photos of himself & Liz together 
4. Berzerker vs. "Jumping" Jim Brunzell (from MSG) 
5. Koko B. Ware vs. Barry Horowitz 
6. Shawn Michaels vs. Louie Spicolli 
7. Nailz Promo 
8. Event Center : Interviews w/Natural Disasters & Skinner 
9. From WM8 a giant portion of the WWF Tag Champs Money Inc. vs. Natural Disasters match is shown 
10. Kerry Von Erich vs. Warren Bianchi 
11. Big Boss Man vs. Rick Martel (from MSG) 
12. Ultimate Warrior Interview 
13. LOD (w/Paul Ellering) vs. Duane Gill & Barry Hardy 
14. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Repo Man 
15. Undertaker vs. Jobber 
16. Crush Promo 
17. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Tom Bennett 
18. Event Center : Interviews w/Mountie & BushWhackers 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 4/27/92 (VERY GOOD   1 hour 46 minutes) 
1. BushWhackers vs. Kato & Barry Hardy 
2. Update: WrestleMania 8 Coliseum Video footage 
3. Papa Shango vs. Buck Zumhoffe 
4. Shawn Michaels vs. Virgil (from MSG) 
5. Davey Boy Smith vs. Kevin Kruger 
6. Beverly Brothers vs. Eric Collins & Mike Freedom ( Beverlys paint their opponent & mock LOD) 
7. WWF Heavyweight Champ Randy Savage vs. I.R.S. 
8. Undertaker vs. Berzerker (Berzerker attempts to stab the take with his sword) 
9. Sid Justice Interview 
10. Chris Walker vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
11. Natural Disasters vs. Tom Stone & Kent Carlson 
12. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Rick Martel 
13. Skinner vs. Red Tyler 

WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/4/92 (VERY GOOD   1 hour 49 minutes)
1. Davey Boy Smith vs. Repo Man (Repo hangs Smith with his tow rope) 
2. Crush Promo 
3. High Energy (Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware) vs. Kato & Barry Horowitz (Energy's Debut) 
4. Update: Berzerker attempts to stab the Undertaker w/his sword (Berzerker & Undertaker Interviews follow) 
5. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. I.R.S. (from MSG) 
6. Tatanka vs. Brian Costello (Rick Martel sprays "Arrogance" in Tatanka's eyes & steals his Indian feathers) 
7. Bret Hart & BushWhackers vs. Nasty Boys & Mountie (from MSG) Randy Savage Interview 
8. Ultimate Warrior vs. Skinner 
9. Ric Flair vs. Jim Powers 
10. Papa Shango vs. Red Tyler 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/11/92 (VERY GOOD 1 hour 44 minutes)
1. EarthQuake vs. Ted Dibiase (I.R.S. & Typhoon come down)
2. Event Center: Interviews w/Berzerker & Sgt. Slaughter 
3. Jim Powers vs. Bob Bradley 
4. Papa Shango Promo (he burns a Ultimate Warrior poster & puts a curse on him) 
5. Rick Martel Interview 
6. LOD vs. Jobbers 
7. Special Report: Repo Man hangs Davey Boy Smith with his toe rope (Davey Boy Smith Interview follows) 
8. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Skinner 
9. Undertaker vs. Glen Ruth 
10. Ric Flair vs. Sgt. Slaughter (Mountie unveils his new Super Shock Stick & shocks the Sarge) 
11. Repo Man vs. Virgil (from MSG)
12. Crush (Debut) vs. Kato 
13. BushWhackers vs. Barry Horowitz & Brian Costello 
14. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Col. Mustafa 
15. Kamala (return to WWF) vs. Sonny Blaze 
 
WWF Prime Time Wrestling 5/18/92 (VERY GOOD   1 hour 18 minutes 
(Missing one or two segments)
1. Event Center: Interviews w/High Energy & Ric Flair w/Mr. Perfect 
2. Davey Boy Smith vs. Duane Gill 
3. Special Report: Mountie shocks Slaughter w/his new Super Shock Stick (Mountie Interview follows) 
4. Tatanka vs. Barry Hardy 
5. Col. Mustafa vs. Kerry Davis 
6. Big Boss Man vs. Glen Ruth (Nails speaks over the speakers after the match) 
7. Jimmy Snuka vs. Ted Dibiase (for some odd reason this match has Sherri at ringside w/Dibiase which means it may be as 
much as a year old. No clue why it took so long to air) 
8. High Energy (Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware) vs. Bob Bradley & Brooklyn Brawler 
9. Ultimate Warrior vs. Brian Knobbs (after the match Papa Shango uses his voodoo curse to make the Warrior 
fall over and clutch his stomach) 
10. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Kato 
11. Randy Savage Interview 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 5/25/92

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

 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 6/1/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Mike Fury 
2. Kamala vs. Bob Knight 
3. Update: Papa Shango places a curse on the Warrior (Warrior pukes all over the medical attendants & clips of him bleeding black stuff from his head) 
5. Virgil vs. Pat Tanaka 
6. Papa Shango vs. Brian Brieger (Shango sets Brieger's feet on fire & makes black ooze poor from his head) 
7. Mountie vs. Rock Werner 
8. Bret Hart vs. Dino Bravo (from Germany , Bravo's last WWF appearance) 
9. Big Boss Man vs. Dave Roulette (Nailz Debuts and attacks the Boss Man. They play this off like Boss Man had got beaten by 10 men) 
10. Repo Man vs. Jimmy Snuka 
11. Berzerker vs. Glen Ruth 
12. Crush Promo 
13. Event Center : Interviews w/Sgt. Slaughter & Bret Hart 
14. Sgt. Slaughter vs. Bob Bradley 
15. Skinner vs. Jim Powers 
PRIME TIME Wrestling 6/8/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. High Energy (Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware) vs. Skinner & Brooklyn Brawler 
2. Shawn Michaels vs. Ron Cumberledge 
3. Special Report: Nailz Debuts and beats up the Big Boss Man (Nailz Interview follows) 
4. Jim Powers vs. Barry Horowitz 
5. Ric Flair vs. Dale Wolfe 
6. LOD vs. Kato & Rich Mitchell 
7. Repo Man vs. Dan Robbins 
8. "El Matador" Tito Santana & Virgil vs. Nasty Boys 
9. Papa Shango Interview (since old Mean Gene is bald the black ooze drips down his sleeve) 
10. Crush vs. Duane Gill 
11. Davey Boy Smith vs. I.R.S. (from England ) 
12. Natural Disasters vs. Brian Costello & Barry Hardy 
13. BushWhackers vs. Executioners 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 6/15/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. Undertaker vs. Dan Robbins 
2. Mountie vs. Bill Koby 
3. WWF Tag Champs Money Inc. vs. George Anderson & Jobber 
4. Update: Papa Shango's curses first the Warrior now Mean Gene (Ultimate Warrior Interview) 
5. Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Kruger & Shawn Patrick 
6. Event Center : Interviews w/Mountie & El Matador 
7. Mr. Perfect calls Big Boss Man about his injuries. Boss Man exclaims he's coming back so Perfect hangs up on him. 
8. Nailz (Debut) vs. Ron Cumberledge 
9. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Mike Samples 
10. Brooklyn Brawler vs. Mark Kay 
11. Virgil vs. Kato 
12. Tatanka vs. Skinner 
13. Razor Ramon Promo (his 1st ever promo) 
14. Natural Disasters vs. Executioners 
15. Randy Savage Interview 
16. Repo Man vs. Kerry Von Erich 
17. Event Center : Interviews w/Beverly Brothers & Crush 
18. Shawn Michaels vs. Craig Brown 
19. LOD vs. Red Tyler & Bert Stiles 
20. Event Center : Interviews w/Nasty Boys & Tatanka 
21. Kamala vs. Eric Freedom 
22. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Brian Costello 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 6/22/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Kato 
2. Berzerker vs. Glen Ruth 
3. Update: Randy Savage & Ric Flair Interviews 
4. High Energy (Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware) vs. Brian Costello & Tom Stone 
5. Papa Shango vs. Chris Hawn (Hawn enters the ring second, Shango lights Hawn's hand on fire) 
6. Sgt. Slaughter Interview 
7. Kerry Von Erich vs. Bob Bradley 
8. Mountie & Nasty Boys vs. Davey Boy Smith & LOD (from Germany ) 
9. Crush vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
10. Shawn Michaels (w/Sherri) Interview 
11. Beverly Brothers vs. Jim Brunzell & Jim Powers 
12. WBF Championship Highlights 
13. Nailz vs. Dan Robbins 
14. Event Center : Interviews w/Virgil & Shawn Michaels 
15. Razor Ramon Promo #2 (In a convertible w/Zebra skin seats) 
16. Undertaker vs. Duane Gill 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 6/29/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. Paul Bearer & Undertaker join the set & scare Bobby Heenan away 
2. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Bob Bradley 
3. Kamala vs. John Blade 
4. Event Center : Interviews w/Shawn Michaels & Sgt. Slaughter 
5. Repo Man vs. Joe McMullen 
6. Special Report: Tatanka talks to a school about drugs and heritage & stuff 
7. Undertaker returns to the set and takes a seat across from Heenan 
8. Sgt. Slaughter vs. Kerry Davis 
9. Nailz Interview 
10. Nasty Boys vs. Rick Johnson & Chico Martinez 
11. Event Center : Interviews w/El Matador & Repo Man 
12. Davey Boy Smith vs. Barry Horowitz 
13. WWF Heavyweight Champ Randy Savage vs. Skinner 
14. Razor Ramon Promo #3 (Razor lets a woman know she was used for fun, what a sweet dude) 
15. Rick Martel vs. Jay Sledge 
16. Berzerker vs. Bruce Mitchell 
17. LOD & Paul Ellering promo from the junkyard (They find Rocco, the wooden dummy) 
18. Virgil vs. Mountie (from England ) 
19. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Tom Stone 
20. Shawn Michaels vs. Jason Speed 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 7/6/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. Randy Savage joins the Prime Time Set 
2. WWF Tag Champs Money Inc. vs. Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter 
3. Kamala vs. J.A. Gooden 
4. Update: Big Boss Man/Nailz feud 
5. Undertaker vs. Bob Knight 
6. Rick Martel vs. Jason Knight 
7. Event Center : Interviews w/Kamala & Davey Boy Smith 
8. 1st ever 40 Man Battle Royal featuring Beau & Blake Beverly, Virgil, Koko B. Ware, Skinner, Kato, Owen Hart, Knobbs & 
Sags, Tito Santana, Kerry Von Erich, Duane Gill, Joe Milano, Bob Bradley, Bret Hart, Tatanka, Jim Brunzell, Barry Horowitz, 
    Bob Starr, Sgt. Slaughter, Rick Martel, Ted Dibiase, I.R.S., Rick Johnson, Berzerker, J.A. Gooden, Steve Martinez, Bruce 
Mitchell, Jim Powers, Jerry Davis, Bob Knight, Joe McMullen, Al Hunter, Scott Polutanio, Barry Hardy, Brian Costello, Davey 
Boy Smith & more... 
9. Ultimate Warrior Interview 
10. LOD vs. The Executioners 
11. Razor Ramon Promo #4 (at the fruit stand) 
12. Davey Boy Smith vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
13. Papa Shango vs. "El Matador" Tito Santana (from Germany ) 
14. High Energy (Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware) vs. Bob Bradley & Joe Milano 
15. Nailz vs. Kerry Davis 
16. Event Center : Bret Hart & Papa Shango Interviews 
17. Tatanka vs. Glen Ruth (HeadBanger Thrasher) 

PRIME TIME Wresting 7/13/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. Kerry Von Erich vs. Kato (Screen shakes during this first match. Everything clears up before the second match though.) 
2. Update: Mountie Interview (talks about his new Super Shock Stick) 
3. Shawn Michaels vs. Chico Hernandez 
4. Tatanka Interview 
5. Nasty Boys vs. Jason Knight & Scott Colantonio 
6. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Duane Gill 
7. WWF Tag Champs Money Inc. vs. Bobby Perez & Angel Vega 
8. Razor Ramon Promo #5 from the restaurant 
9. Event Center : Interviews w/High Energy & Berzerker 
10. LOD vs. Chris Duffy & Peter Motts (Saturn) 
11. Randy Savage Video 
12. Undertaker vs. Bruce Mitchell (Berzerker comes in afterwards) 
13. Event Center : Interviews w/Bret Hart & Skinner 
14. High Energy vs. Beverly Brothers 
15. Ric Flair vs. Jason Knight 
16. Highlights of Papa Shango's curses (followed by Papa Shango Interview 
17. Rick Martel vs. Virgil 
18. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Dublin Destroyer 
19. Nailz vs. Rick Johnson 
20. Jim Powers vs. Bob Bradley 

PRIME TIME Wresting 7/20/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. Natural Disasters vs. Beverly Brothers 
2. Update: Summer Slam at Wembley Stadium announced 
3. Sgt. Slaughter vs. Richie Rich 
4. Razor Ramon Promo #6 from the beach 
5. Tatanka vs. Kato 
6. Skinner vs. Jason Knight 
7. Ric Flair & M.r Perfect Interview (Flair announces he will be in Savage's or Warrior's corner at Summer Slam) 
8. Crush vs. Bob Bradley 
9. WWF IC Champ Bret Hart vs. Rick Martel (Shawn Michaels Interferes) 
10. Papa Shango vs. Ross Greenburg 
11. Big Boss Man Interview (returns after the beating from Nailz) 
12. WWF Tag Champs Money Inc. vs. High Energy 
13. Davey Boy Smith vs. Vito Kruz (Big Vito) 
14. Event Center : Interviews w/Kamala & Crush 
15. Nailz vs. Tony Roi 

PRIME TIME Wresting 7/27/92 (VERY GOOD   2 hours) 
1. Undertaker vs. Skinner 
2. Update: Natural Disasters win Tag Titles (Natural Disasters Interview follows) 
3. Mountie vs. Bill Pierce 
4. Virgil vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
5. Nailz vs. Jason Speed 
6. OD vs. Richie Rich & Jobber 
7. Kamala vs. Scott Taylor (Scotty 2 Hotty) 
8. Summer Slam Report: Interviews w/Bret hart, Davey Boys Smith, Undertaker & Rick Martel 
9. Shawn Michaels vs. Kerry Von Erich 
10. Ultimate Warrior & Randy Savage Interview (Ric Flair & Mr. perfect come out & cause problems) 
11. Jim Duggan vs. Repo Man (from England ) 
12. Razor Ramon Promo #7 from the water fountain 
13. Rick Martel vs. Brian Brieger 
14. Event Center : Interviews w/Nasty Boys & Virgil 
15. Nasty Boys vs. Jim Brunzell & Jim Powers 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/14/92

1.        Bushwhackers & Jim Duggan v. The Mountie & The Nasty Boys

2.        Special Interview – Razor Ramon

3.        Special Interview – Randy Savage, who taunts Razor Ramon

4.        Shawn Michaels v. Paul Roma

5.        Ric Flair v. Randy Savage  (Flair regains the WWF Title)

6.        Post match footage of Razor Ramon attacking Randy Savage.

7.        Int – Bret Hart

8.        Sgt. Slaughter v. Nailz

9.        Undertaker v. Kato

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 9/21/92

Razor Ramon v. Virgil

Crush v. Barry Horowitz

Special Interview – Razor Ramon & Randy Savage

Tatanka v. The Mountie

Skinner v. jobber

Int – Ric Flair

Shawn Michaels v. Ross Greenberg

Special Interview – Ultimate Warrior & Randy Savage

Tito Santana v. Papa Shango (From Summerslam 92)

Natural Disasters v. jobbers

 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 10/5/92

1.        Shawn Michaels (w/ Sensational Sherri) pinned Koko B. Ware with the superkick at 6:47 (9/22/92;Brandon, Manitoba)

2.        Undertaker v. Von Krus

3.        Jim Brunzell v. Terry Taylor

4.        Barry Horowitz v. Typhoon

5.        Papa Shango defeated the Big Bossman via count out when, after knocking Shango down, Bossman grabbed his nightstick and went
after Nailz in the aisle, with the two men fighting then backstage (9/22/92; Brandon, Manitoba)

6.        Virgil pinned Louie Spicolli with a side Russian legsweep at 5:38 (9/22/92; Brandon, Manitoba)

7.        Tito Santana v. Repo Man

8.        Crush v. Barry Hardy

9.        Rick Martel v. jobbe


PRIME TIME Wrestling 10/12/92 (VERY GOOD/   2 hours) 
1. BushWhackers vs. Dale Hutchinson & Butch Banks 
2. Razor Ramon vs. Steve May 
3. Rick Martel vs. Victor Reeves 
4. Bob Backlund Promo #1 
5. Crush vs. Scott Zappa 
6. WWF IC Champ Davey Boy Smith vs. Kamala (Paul Bearer pushes a casket out and Kamala takes off through the crowd) 
7. Lance Cassidy (Steve Armstrong) vs. Tom Stone (Cassidy's Debut) 
8. Sgt. Slaughter Interview (talks about cleaning up the WWF) 
9. High Energy vs. Brian Jewel & Ken Johnson 
10. Event Center : Papa Shango Interview 
11. EarthQuake vs. Ted Dibiase 
12. Interview w/Nailz & Big Boss Man via satellite 
13. Nasty Boys vs. Jim Powers & Jason Phillips (Powers team wins via DQ) 
14. Bret Hart vs. Blake Beverly (Blake gets the pin but the match is restarted and Bret wins) 
15. Tatanka vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
16. Maxx Moon vs. Jerry Fox 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 10/19/92 (VERY GOOD/   2 hours) 
1. Bret hart Interview (Bret Hart is new WWF Heavyweight Champion) 
2. Rick Martel vs. Maxx Moon 
3. Shawn Michaels vs. Jobber 
4. Update: Bret Hart wins WWF Title from Ric Flair (Interviews w/Ultimate Maniacs and the team of Razor Ramon & Ric Flair) 
5. Skinner vs. Jobber 
6. Big Boss Man vs. Barry Horowitz 
7. Event Center : Crush Interview 
8. Survivor Series Report: Interviews w/Undertaker, Natural Disasters & BushWhackers 
9. Randy Savage vs. Papa Shango 
10. Money Inc. vs. Bobby St. Laurent & Jim Powers 
11. Undertaker & Paul Bearer Interview 
12. High Energy vs. Beverly Brothers 
13. WWF IC Champ Davey Boy Smith vs. Scott Peterson 
14. Bob Backlund Promo #2 
15. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Kamala (Paul Bearer pushes a casket out and Kamala takes off through the crowd) 
16. WWF Tag Champs Natural Disasters vs. Victor Reeves & Kerry Johnson 

PRIME TIME Wrestling 10/26/92 (VERY GOOD/   2 hours) 
1. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. "Terrific" Terry Taylor ( Taylor returns to the WWF without his Red Rooster gimmick.) 
2. High Energy vs. Bill Lyons & Bobby St. Laurent 
3. Yokozuna vs. Joey Maggs (Yoko's Debut) 
4. Randy Savage vs. Shawn Michaels (a giant portion of this match is shown to hype a Coliseum Video release) 
5. WWF Tag Champs Natural Disasters vs. Tom Stone & Jobber 
6. Survivor Series Report: Interviews w/Ric Flair & Razor Ramon, Shawn Michaels & Bret Hart 
7. Nailz vs. Scott Zappa 
8. Nailz/Undertaker confrontation between matches, a big stare down which makes the cover of a WWF magazine 
9. Undertaker vs. Jobber 
10. Camera Man busts in on Sean Mooney's honeymoon 
11. Rick Martel vs. Jobber 
12. Ultimate Warrior & Randy Savage Interview 
13. Crush vs. Papa Shango 
14. Razor Ramon vs. Jobber 
15. Money Inc. vs. Jim Brunzell & David Sigfritts 
16. Tatanka vs. Red Tyler 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/9/92

1.        Marty Jannetty v. Skinner

2.        Randy Savage v. Ric Flair (from Wrestlemania 8, with Savage winning the WWF Title)

3.        Max Moon v. Barry Horowitz

4.        Damian Demento v. Louie Spicolli

5.        Special Interview – Ric Flair & Razor Ramon

6.        Money Inc. v. High Energy

7.        Tatanka v. Kamala

8.        Terry Taylor v. Jim Powers

9.        BretHart v. Berzerker


PRIME TIME Wrestling 11/16/92 (VERY GOOD   1HR 55MIN) 
1. Randy Savage Interview (Savage chooses Mr. Perfect to replace the Warrior at Survivor Series) 
2. High Energy vs. Beverly Brothers 
3. Special Report: Undertaker builds casket for Kamala 
4. Maxx Moon vs. Dale Wolfe 
5. WWF IC Champ Davey Boy Smith vs. Shawn Michaels (Title Change, IP, from SNME) 
6. Ric Flair & Razor Ramon Interview 
7. Terry Taylor vs. Lance Cassidy 
8. Big Boss Man vs. Rick Martel (IP) 
9. Razor Ramon vs. Dale Hutchinson 
10. Ric Flair & Razor Ramon & Randy Savage talk to Mr. Perfect via satellite 
11. Jim Duggan vs. Repo Man 
12. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Damian DeMento 
13. Bam Bam Bigelow Promo 
14. Mr. Perfect accepts Savage's offer & dumps water on Bobby Heenan for slapping him] 
15. Marty Jannetty vs. Mike Sharpe 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 11/23/92 (VERY GOOD QUALITY)

SURVIVOR SERIES SHOWDOWN 1992

1.        Tatanka pinned Repo Man with the Samoan Drop

2.        Marty Jannetty pinned the Brooklyn Brawler

3.        Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman & Kimchee) pinned Red

4.        Earthquake defeated WWF Tag Team Champion IRS (w/ Jimmy Hart)

5.        The Big Bossman defeated Barry Horowitz

6.        The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated Red Fox & Royce Royal

 


PRIME TIME Wrestling 11/30/92 (VERY GOOD/   1 hour 55 minutes) 
1. Tatanka vs. Papa Shango 
2. WWF Tag Champs Money Inc. vs. George Anderson & Gary Jackson 
3. Lance Cassidy (Steve Armstrong) vs. Brooklyn Brawler 
4. Terry Taylor vs. Joey Maggs 
5. Rev. Slick Promo 
6. Bob Backlund vs. Tom Stone (Backlund's return match) 
7. Event Center : Rick Martel Interview 
8. Jim Duggan vs. Jobber 
9. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Jerry Fox 
10. WWF IC Champ Shawn Michaels vs. Virgil 
11. Razor Ramon vs. Gary Jackson 
12. Replay of Michaels throwing Jannetty thru the Barber shop window & Jannetty's return 
13. Marty Jannetty Interview 
14. Crush vs. Louie Spicolli 
15. HeadShrinkers vs. Dan Robbins & John Lars 
16. Randy Savage vs. I.R.S (Huge Portion shows to hype a new Coliseum Video release) 
17. Yokozuna vs. Mitch Bishop 
18. Event Center : Undertaker Interview 
19. High Energy vs. W.T. Jones & Barry Horowitz 

TAPE #1628 PRIME TIME Wrestling 12/7/92 (VERY GOOD/   2HRS) 
1. Jerry Lawler makes his WWF Debut & joins the Prime Time Round Table 
2. Bob Backlund vs. Repo Man 
3. Rev. Slick Promo 
4. Virgil vs. Mike Kramer 
5. Update: Ric Flair Interview 
6. Mr. Perfect Interview 
7. Kamala vs. Jobber 
8. Marty Jannetty vs. Louie Spicolli 
9. Bret Hart vs. Rick Martel (huge portion shows to hype a new WWF Coliseum Video) 
10. Jim Duggan vs. Dale Wolfe 
11. Head Shrinkers vs. Kevin Kruger & George Anderson 
12. Razor Ramon Interview 
13. High Energy & Maxx Moon vs. Beverly Brothers & Genius 
14. Skinner vs. Jim Powers 
15. Nailz Interview 
16. "El Matador" Tito Santana vs. Bam Bam Bigelow 
17. WWF IC Champ Shawn Michaels vs. John Paul 
18. Event Center : Tatanka Interview 
19. Crush vs. Brian Costello 

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/14/92

1.        Bushwhackers v. Brooklyn Brawler & Barry Horowitz

2.        Berzerker v. jobber

3.        Tatanka v. jobber

4.        Nailz v. Mike Collins

5.        Barbershop – Shawn Michaels turns on Marty Jannetty

6.        Int – Shawn Michaels

7.        Beverly Brothers v. Jim Brunzell & Jim Powers

8.        Bob Backlund v. Barry Hardy

9.        Randy Savage v. Terry Taylor

 

PRIMETIME 12/21/92 [24/7]
1. Yokozuna v. Kevin Kruger
2. Big Bossman v. Barry Hardy
3. Kamala v. Bill Koby
4. Rick Martel v. jobber
5. Special Interview   WWF Champion Bret Hart. Bobby Heenan comes out with Ric Flair & Razor Ramon to interrupt.
6. Int – Flair & Razor
7. Nasty Boys v. jobbers
8. Damian Demento v. jobber
9. Bam Bigelow v. Mike Collins
10. Tito Santana v. Louie Spicolli
11. Marty Jannetty v. Papa Shango (Shawn Michaels comes out to interfere.)
12. Razor Ramon v. jobber
13. Special interview – The Bushwhackers dressed up as Santa Claus
14. Bob Backlund v. Skinner
15. Money Inc. v. jobbers
16. Crush v. Dark Destiny
17. Undertaker v. jobber
18. Headshrinkers v. jobbers
19. Santa Claus & Bret Hart wish everyone a merry Christmas.

PRIMETIME WRESTLING 12/28/92

1.        Skinner defeated Buck Zumhoff (12/15/92; Madison, WI)

2.        Bob Backlund defeated Damien Demento (12/15/92; Madison, WI)

3.        Marty Jannetty pinned Repo Man with a crucifix (12/15/92; Madison, WI)

4.        Papa Shango pinned Todd Becker with the shoulder breaker (12/15/92; Madison, WI)

5.        Virgil defeated the Berzerker via disqualification when the Berzerker grabbed his sword (UK Fan Favorites 93) (12/15/92;
Madison, WI
)

6.        The Nasty Boys fought the Beverly Brothers to a double disqualification at 6:45 when all four men began brawling in the ring
and the referee was knocked down (Invasion of the Bodyslammers) (12/14/92; Green Bay, WI)


PRIMETIME WRESTLING 1/4/93 (VERY GOOD QUALITY) 1HR
This was the final episode of Primetime wrestling. The following week, Monday Night Raw would begin airing.
1. The first 9 minutes or so, is an interview with Hulk Hogan on a daytime talk show called “Crook & Chase”
2. Headshrinkers v. Virgil & Tito Santana
3. Clips of Gorilla Monsoon & Heenan on location in a Wild West shootout. Hilarious stuff!
4. “Terrific” Terry Taylor v. Dale Wolfe
5. Clips of Bobby Heenan conning his way onto a yacht, convincing everyone including Gorilla Monsoon that he owns it.
6. Shawn Michaels v. Skinner
7. Clips of Andre the Giant making Bobby Heenan crush grapes with his feet to make wine.
8. The Steiner Brothers v. Red Tyler & WT Jones

 

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