1.          Hillbilly Jim & Cousin Luke v. Moondog Spot & Al Navarro (Yes, there’s a new hillbilly in town.  Cousin Luke is here.)

2.          Update – Lord Alfred Hayes spotlights the new “Hulk Hogan’s Rockin’ Wrestling” cartoon

3.          Hercules Hernandez v. Jeff Cripley

4.          Int – Randy Savage

5.          Killer Bees v. Barry O & Rick Jacobs

6.          Promo – Piper & Orton

7.          Randy Savage v. Don Driggers

8.          Piper’s Pit – Fabulous Moolah

9.          Cpl Kirchner v. Gino Carabello

10.       Valentine & Beefcake v. Tony Stetson & Paul Dose

11.       Int – JYD

12.       Int – Fred Blassie & The Iron Sheik


13.       John Rizzo & Moondog Spot v. JYD & George “The Animal” Steele

14.       Update – Ricky Steamboat

15.       Mike Sexton v. Terry Funk

16.       Int – Tito Santana

17.       Tito Santana & Pedro Morales v. Al Navarro & Steve Lombardi

18.       Int – Bruno Sammartino & Paul Orndorff

19.       King Kong Bundy v. Jack Cripley & Paul Dose

20.       Piper’s Pit – Jimmy Hart & “Adorable” Adrian Adonis.  Adonis now has several bows in his head.  He says that he
“jumped out of the closet”, and officially retires his leather jacket! 

21.       Magnificent Muraco v. Joe Williams

22.       King Tonga & Ricky Steamboat v. Ron Shaw & AJ Petruzzi

23.       Int – Orton & Piper



Championship Wrestling 1/20/86

1.          JYD, King Tonga & Ricky Steamboat v. Barry O, Joe Mirto & Mr. X

2.          Update – George “The Animal” Steele, and his obsession with Elizabeth .

3.          Video footage of Ted Arcidi attempting and successfully completing a 705 lb bench press

4.          Ted Arcidi v. Joe Williams

5.          Int – Roddy Piper

6.          Cpl. Kirchner v. Nikolai Volkoff (The match was billed as a “peace match” and aired on SNME.  Both men
wrestled  a decent  scientific match with Volkoff finally breaking the rules and winning the match.)

7.          Int – Randy Savage

8.          Adorable Adrian Adonis v. Jim Powers (Apparently on a low budget as far as costumes go, Adonis is wearing gift bows in
his hair and colorful streamers over his shoulders.  Interesting enough, Adonis’ finishing move, is actually the DDT! 
Jake Roberts hadn’t yet debuted in the WWF yet though.)

9.          Piper’s Pit – Hercules Hernandez

10.       Bret Hart v. Don Driggers

11.       Cpl Kirchner & Danny Spivey v. Ricky Hunter & Ron Shaw

12.       Int – Bruno Sammartino

Championship Wrestling 1/27/86

13.       Mr. X & Rick Hunter v. JYD & Paul Orndorff

14.       Update – Andre the Giant

15.       Terry Funk v. ???

16.       Int – Roddy Piper

17.       Magnificent Muraco v. Paul Rose

18.       Int – Tito Santana

19.       British Bulldogs v. Gino Carabello & Terry Gibbs

20.       Pipers Pit – Valentine & Beefcake.  They taunt the British Bulldogs, who come out and challenge Valentine & Beefcake
for the tag team titles.  Johnny Valiant (Valentine & Beefcake’s manager) keeps mouthing off and Albano
slugs him!

21.       Randy Savage v. George “The Animal” Steele (From SNME)

22.       Hillbilly Jim, Cousin Luke & Uncle Elmer v. Dr. Midnight , Tiger Chung Lee & Steve Lombardi

23.       Int – Ricky Steamboat

24.       Int – Bruno Sammartino




Championship Wrestling 2/1/86

1.          Hillbilly Jim & Uncle Elmer v. Bob Bradley & Terry Gibbs

2.          Update – The upcoming Wrestlemania 2.  No matches announced as of yet though.

3.          King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd v. Darryl Bowlin & Ivan McDonald

4.          Int – Roddy Piper

5.          Tito Santana v. Mr. X

6.          Int – Bruno Sammartino

7.          British Bulldogs v. AJ Petruzzi & The Gladiator

8.          Piper’s Pit – Piper offers up an open contract for anyone to fight Bob Orton in a boxing match.

9.          Randy Savage v. Paul Dose

10.       Nikolai Volkoff & Iron Sheik v. Cpl Kirchner & George “The Animal” Steele

11.       Int – Magnificent Muraco

Championship Wrestling 2/8/86

12.       King Tonga v. Sivi Afi

13.       Update – The British Bulldogs get a non-title victory over the Tag Champs, Valentine & Beefcake.

14.       King Tonga & Ricky Steamboat v. Steve Lombardi & Rusty Brooks

15.       Int – Tito Santana

16.       Hart Foundation v. Tony Stetson & Leaping Lanny Poffo

17.       Int – JYD

18.       Killer Bees v. Joe Mirto & Iron Mike Sharpe

19.       Piper’s Pit – Jose Luis Rivera, who comes out with some boxing gloves and offers to sign Orton’s boxing contract.

20.       “Boxing” Bob Orton v. Jose Luis Rivera (Boxing match.  Orton wins by KO)

21.       Terry Funk v. JYD (Just when JYD has Funk where he wants him, DORY FUNK JR RUNS IN!  Terry’s Brother makes
his debut and destroy the Dog.)

22.       Int – Terry & “Hoss” Funk.  Dory is now known as “Hoss”




Championship Wrestling 2/15/86

1.          Cpl Kirchner, Pedro Morales & Danny Spivey v. Rusty Brooks, Dave Barby & Les Thornton

2.          Int – “Boxing” Bob Orton

3.          Magnificent Muraco v. Jeff Londos

4.          Int – Tito Santana

5.          Paul Orndorff v. The Mohawk Kid

6.          Int – JYD

7.          Adorable Adrian Adonis v. Paul Roma (Adonis is now wearing makeup and pink tights, leg warmers and light blue boots.
The transformation into the completely effeminate “Adorable” gimmick is complete.

8.          Piper’s Pit – Hulk Hogan shocks Piper & Orton by saying that none other than MR. T will be Orton’s next boxing

9.          Tito Santana v. Randy Savage (JIP, as Savage wins the IC title in Boston .)

10.       Beefcake & Valentine v. Jim Powers & Scott Mcghee

11.       Int - Jimmy Hart and the Funk Brothers

12.       Championship Wrestling 2/22/86




Championship Wrestling 3/1//86

1.           King Tonga & Ricky Steamboat v. Terry Gibbs & AJ Petruzzi

2.           Update – Mr. T and his upcoming boxing match with Bob Orton

3.           Tito Santana v. Joe Mirto

4.           Int – Hulk Hogan

5.           British Bulldogs v. Barry O & The Gladiator

6.           Int – Randy Savage

7.           King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd v. Gatorwolf & Mike Saxton

8.           Piper’s Pit – Bobby Heenan & King Kong Bundy

9.           Terry & Hoss Funk v. Nelson Villeaux & SD Jones

10.        Int – Jimmy Hart & The Funk Brothers

Championship Wrestling 3/8//86

11.        Cpl Kirchner & Danny Spivey v. Barry 0 & Johnny K-9

12.        Update – The 1986 Slammy Award ceremony

13.        Paul Orndorff v. Les Thornton

14.        Int – Hulk Hogan

15.        Hart Foundation v. SD Jones & Andre Malo

16.        Haiti Kid v. Butch Cassidy (Midget Match – After the match, Piper and Orton come to the ring and drag Haiti Kid off
leading directly to….)

17.        Piper’s Pit  - Piper and Orton antagonize the Kid and shave his head into a Mohawk like Mr. T.

18.        Int – Mr. T and Hulk Hogan in training for Wrestlemania 2.

19.        Beefcake & Valentine v. Leaping  Lanny Poffo & Nelson Veileaux

20.        Int – The Funk Brothers



Championship Wrestling 3/15//86

1.           Adorable Adrian Adonis v. Jeff Gripley

2.           Update – Wrestlemania 2 news, featuring the WWF/NFL Battle Royal

3.           Killer Bees v. Bob Bradley & Mr. X

4.           Int – British Bulldogs

5.           Uncle Elmer & George “The Animal” Steele v. Joe Mirto & Les Thornton

6.           Int – Hulk Hogan

7.           Randy Savage v. Tony Stetson (During the match, George “The Animal” Steele brings flowers to Elizabeth
and Savage viciously attacks him.)

8.           Piper’s Pit – Piper brings a couple of fans out of the audience and introduces them to Johnny Valiant and Valentine & Beefcake.
Surprisingly enough, nothing out of the ordinary happens!

9.           Jesse Ventura with a  Wrestlemania 2 report, as several wrestlers do promos for their upcoming matches.

10.        Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff v. Jim Powers & Leaping Lanny Poffo

11.        Int – Randy Savage 12.         

Championship Wrestling 3/29/86

12.     Update - Wrestlemania 2 news

13.     Randy "Macho man" Savage v. Andre Malo

14.     Paul Orndorff v. Bob Bradley

15.     Terry & Hoss Funk v. SD Jones & Ivan Macdonald

16.     Int - King Kong Bundy

17.     British Bulldogs v. Mr. X & Tiger Chung Lee

18.     Footage of Roddy Piper training for his boxing match with Mr. T. 

19.     Hulk Hogan v. Moondog Spot



Championship Wrestling 4/5//86

1.           Hillbilly Jim & Uncle Elmer v. Al Navarro & Chuck Simpson

2.           Int – William “Refrigerator” Perry

3.           Magnificent Muraco v. Ivan MacDonald

4.           Int – Terry and Hoss Funk

5.           Int – Randy Savage

6.           Cpl Kirchner & Danny Spivey v. Steve Lombardi & AJ Petruzzi

7.           Int – Paul Orndorff

8.           Int – Valentine & Beefcake

9.           Adorable Adrian Adonis v. Nelson Villeux

10.        Roddy Piper harasses “Smokin” Joe Frazier at the gym where Mr. T. trains.

11.        Int – Various wrestlers and football players answer questions about the WWF/NFL battle royal at Wrestlemania 2

12.        Don Driggers & Leaping Lanny Poffo v. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff

13.        Int – Gene Okerlund interviews Hulk Hogan’s doctor about Hogan’s condition prior to the upcoming Wrestlemania 2.  Hogan
had been injured by Bundy at the previous Saturday Night’s Main Event, and will be wrestling Bundy in a Steel Cage at WM2.

Championship Wrestling 4/12/86

14.        Ricky Steamboat & JYD v. Moondog Spot & Mr. X

15.        Update – The spotlight is on Jacques and Raymon Rougeau, who will be soon arriving in the WWF.

16.        Hart Foundation v. SD Jones & Mario Mancini

17.        Int – Valentine & Beefcake

18.        George “The Animal” Steele v. John Rizzo

19.        Int – Ricky Steamboat, JYD & Haiti Kid

20.        Magnificent Muraco v. Terry Morgan

21.        Piper’s Pit – Piper & Orton aren’t here tonight, as Jimmy Hart and Hoss Funk fill in to interview Jake “The Snake” Roberts

22.        Paul Ordndorff v. Steve Lombardi

23.        Cpl Kirchner & Danny Spivey v. Dave Barbie & The Gladiator

24.        Int – Big John Studd

25.        Int – Terry & Hoss Funk



Championship Wrestling 4/19/86

13.        Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff v. Terry Morgan & Ivan MacDonald

14.        Update – footage the various celebrities at of Wrestlemania 2

15.        Adorable Adrian Adonis v. Mario Mancini (with Jake Roberts in the WWF now, Adonis is no longer using the DDT
as his finisher, but is now using a sleeper hold.  The sleeper hold he’s using is the Cobra Clutch/Million $$$ Dream

16.        Int – The new WWF Tag Team Champions, the British Bulldogs

17.        Killer Bees v. Tiger Chung Lee & Joe Mirto

18.        Int – Ted Arcidi

19.        Hoss Funk v. Nelson Veilleux

20.        Piper’s Pit – Studd & Bundy, who challenge any 2 wrestlers to get in the ring with them.

21.        British Bulldogs v. Valentine & Beefcake (From Wrestlemania 2.  The Bulldogs win the WWF Tag Team Titles!)

22.        Randy Savage v. Sal Gee

23.        Int – Valentine & Beefcake

Championship Wrestling 4/26/86

24.        King Tonga & Ricky Steamboat v. Steve Lombardi & The Gladiator

25.        Update – Footage of the Wrestlemania 2 WWF/NFL battle royal

26.        Hercules Hernandez v. Mario Mancini

27.        Int – British Bulldogs

28.        Tito Santana & Pedro Morales v. Mr. X & AJ Petruzzi

29.        Int – Hoss Funk

30.        Studd & Bundy v. Hillbilly Jim & Ted Arcidi (Not sure when Ted Arcidi turned babyface, but here he is, on the good side

31.        Piper’s Pit – The Killer Bees

32.        Jake “The Snake” Roberts v. Andre Malo

33.        JYD & George “The Animal” Steele v. Dave Barbie & Iron Mike Sharpe

34.        Int – Valentine & Beefcake



Championship Wrestling 5/3/86

1.           Valentine & Beefcake v. Tony Garea & Don Driggers

2.           Update – The feud between JYD and the Funks.

3.           Ricky Steamboat v. Al Navarro

4.           Int – Sheik & Volkoff

5.           Sheik & Volkoff v. Scott Mcghee & John Centeno

6.           Int – Ricky Steamboat

7.           British Bulldogs v. Paul Christy & Cycle Capone

8.           The Flowershop – Adorable Adrian debuts with his flower shop interview segment!  His first guest is Hillbilly Jim.

9.           Jake Roberts v. ???

10.        Tito Santana & Paul Orndorff v. Randy Savage & Bob Orton (Santana scores a clean pin on Savage!)

11.        Int – Bobby Heenan, King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd

Championship Wrestling 5/10/86

12.        JYD & George “The Animal” Steele v. Tiger Chung Lee & Mike Angelo

13.        Update – Jake “The Snake” Roberts

14.        Terry & Hoss Funk v. Andre Malo & ???

15.        Int – Hulk Hogan

16.        Killer Bees v. Iron Mike Sharpe & Joe Mirto

17.        Int – Cpl. Kirchner

18.        Randy Savage v. Serge Jodoin

19.        The Flower Shop – Johnny Valiant with Valentine & Beefcake

20.        Update – Ricky Steamboat and his feud with Jake Roberts

21.        Cpl. Kirchner v. Iron Sheik (Volkoff of course, runs in and attacks Kirchner)

22.        Int – Nikolai Volkoff



Championship Wrestling 5/17//86

1.           Ted Arcidi & King Tonga v. The Gladiator & Dave Barbie

2.           Update – More on the Steamboat/Roberts feud

3.           Hart Foundation v. Don Driggers & Leaping Lanny Poffo

4.           Int – Hulk Hogan

5.           Hillbilly Jim & Pedro Morales v. Moondog Spot & Cyclone Capone

6.           Int – Cpl Kirchner

7.           Hercules Hernandez v. Michael Saxton

8.           Flower Shop – Randy Savage & Elizabeth

9.           Danny Spivey & Tito Santana v. Paul Christy & Steve Lombardi

10.        British Bulldogs v. King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (The Bulldogs win by DQ, and Bundy gets mad at Studd!)

11.        Int – Randy Savage

Championship Wrestling 5/24/86

12.        Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey v. Paul Christy & Steve Lombardi (Rotundo returns to action, but Barry Windham
isn’t with him.  Spivey became Rotundo’s partner as a result.)

13.        Update – King Kong Bundy v. Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania 2

14.        Harley Race v.  ???

15.        Int – Nikolai Volkoff

16.        Ricky Steamboat v. Ron Shaw

17.        Int – Hulk Hogan

18.        Beefcake & Valentine v. George Wells & Mike Saxton

19.        The Flowershop – Magnificent Muraco

20.        Hulk Hogan is interviewed by Gene Okerlund in an empty arena, as they show footage of the events leading up to his
cage match with King Kong Bundy at Wrestlemania 2

21.        Killer Bees v. Shiek & Volkoff (during the match, Brunzell & Blair put on their masks and do the ol’ switcheroo,
confounding their opponents, as they switch back and forth several times during the match.  Eventually, Volkoff and the   
Sheik run off and take the intentional countout!)

22.        Int – Cpl. Kirchner

23.        Int – Randy Savage



Championship Wrestling 5/31/86

1.           Cpl. Kirchner v. Bob Bradley

2.           Update – George “The Animal” Steele

3.           Hoss & Jimmy Jack Funk v. Leaping Lanny Poffo & Duffy (The masked Jimmy Jack joins the Funk family, though in reality
he’s no actual relation to either Terry or Dory “Hoss” Funk Jr.

4.           Int – Hulk Hogan

5.           Paul Orndorff v. Dave Barbie

6.           Int – Bobby Heenan & King Kong Bundy

7.           Cowboy Bob Orton & Magnificent Muraco v. Scott Mcghee & Don Driggers

8.           The Flowershop – The British Bulldogs & Capt. Lou Albano

9.           Tito Santana & Pedro Morales v. Mad Richard & Primo Manzello

10.        Public Service Announcement – Ricky Steamboat tells us to just say no to drugs

11.        Jake Roberts v. Ricky Hunter (Steamboat is doing guest commentary, and runs in to attack Jake!)

12.        Int – Randy Savage

Championship Wrestling 6/7//86

13.        Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey & Joe Mirto & Terry Gibbs

14.        Update – Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff rt Foundation v. Don Driggers & Jose Luis Rivera

15.        Int – Jake “The Snake” Roberts

16.        Ted Arcidi & King Tonga v. Moondog Spot & The Gladiator

17.        Int – Magnificent Muraco

18.        Hercules Hernandez & Big John Studd v. Jim Powers & Robert VanWinkel

19.        Flowershop – Jake Roberts

20.        Randy Savage v. Bob McNeil

21.        Public Service Announcement – Hulk Hogan

22.        British Bulldogs v. Bob Bradley & AJ Petruzzi

23.        Int – Hulk Hogan



Championship Wrestling 6/14/86

1.           Cpl Kirchner & George “The Animal” Steele v. Les Thornton & Max Blue

2.           Update – Andre The Giant, who had been recently “suspended” from the WWF

3.           Randy Savage v. Jerry Monti

4.           Int – Magnificent Muraco

5.           Ricky Steamboat v. Jack Kruger

6.           Int – Hulk Hogan

7.           Beefcake & Valentine v. Mike Lucca & Ricky Thompson

8.           Flowershop – “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff.  Adonis asks Orndorff if he’s playing second fiddle to Hulk Hogan, and
Orndorff gets upset.  Do I smell a heel turn coming?

9.           Jake Roberts v. Don Driggers (Steamboat runs in afterward, and in response to Jake’s snake, STEAMBOAT BRINGS

10.        Public Service Announcement – Leaping Lanny Poffo

11.        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 his two
opponents.  Afterward, Tonga runs in and DECISIVELY SLAMS STUDD!)

12.        Int – Randy Savage

Championship Wrestling 6/21/86

13.        Killer Bees v. Steve Lombardi & Terry Gibbs

14.        Update – JYD and his mini-feud with Jimmy Hart

15.        Orton & Hercules v. Tony Park & Jerry Monti

16.        Int – Hulk Hogan

17.        Billy Jack Haynes v. Jimmy Kent (Billy Jack Haynes makes his WWF TV debut)

18.        Int – Magnificent Muraco

19.        Terry & Jimmy Jack Funk v. George Wells & Rudy Diamond

20.        Flowershop – Bobby Heenan, who gloats about Andre The Giant having been suspended from the WWF.  Hulk Hogan interrupts
though, and yells at Adonis for trying to cause trouble between Hogan and Orndorff.

21.        Hart Foundation v. Mario Mancini & Bob Boyer

22.        Public Service Announcement – The Killer Bees

23.        David Sammartino, King Tonga & Leaping Lanny Poffo v. The Moondogs (Rex & Spot) & Les Thorton

24.        Int – Jake Roberts

25.        Int – Randy Savage



Championship Wrestling 6/28/86

1.           Rotundo & Spivey v. The Gladiator & Tiger Chung Lee

2.           Update – Randy Savage

3.           Magnificent Muraco v. Bob Boyer

4.           Int – Valentine & Beefcake

5.           Tito Santana & Pedro Morales v. Lane Anderson & Al Navarro

6.           Int – British Bulldogs

7.           Paul Orndorff v. Max Blue (Orndorff seems to be a lot more aggressive here, as he poses for the crowd to prove that he’s
just as popular and muscular as Hulk Hogan.)

8.           Flowershop – Heenan is being interviewed, but Orndorff comes back to the set to yell at Adonis.  Heenan interrupts Orndorff,
repeatedly calling him “Hulk Junior” and challenges him and Hogan to a match against Studd & Bundy.  Orndorff
promises to call Hulk Hogan right then and there.

9.           WWF President Jack Tunney chooses names for the 1986 King of the Ring Tournament.   Harley Race would go on to win the =
Tournament, but don’t look for it on PPV.  The KOTR tournament was an annual one night tournament held at either the
Providence , Rhode Island or Foxboro , Massachusetts house show during the 1980s. 

10.        British Bulldogs v. The Menace & Jack Kruger (During the match, we see Orndorff on the phone trying to catch up with
Hulk Hogan to relay Heenan’s challenge, but apparently Hogan is refusing to come to the phone.  Orndorff is
extremely upset.

11.        Int – JYD

12.        Int – George “The Animal” Steele

13.        Orndorff is still mad about Hogan not wanting to come to the phone because Hogan was working out. Orndorff says that there
won’t be a match next week, as he couldn’t reach his partner.

14.        Championship Wrestling 7/5/86

15.        George “The Animal” Steele & JYD v. Gino Carabello & Steve Lombardi

16.        Int – Randy Savage

17.        Bob Orton, Hoss Funk & Jimmy Jack Funk v. SD Jones, Don Driggers & Mario Mancini

18.        Int – Bruno Sammartino

19.        Billy Jack Haynes v. Rusty Brooks

20.        Int – Magnificent Muraco, who will face Roddy Piper in the first round of the 1986 King of the Ring Tournament.

21.        Jake Roberts v. Eric Cooper

22.        Flowershop – Hogan & Orndorff show up Hogan tells Adonis that they’re ready for Studd & Bundy.  But Orndorff interrupts
Hogan and says that that match will take place in 2 weeks, because he’s signed a contract to face the Moondogs.  Orndorff
makes sure everyone knows that he’s intent on showing the world world what MR. WONDERFUL is all about.  All the while
Orndorff seems to be a lot more aggressive.

23.        Int – Bobby Heenan, who is still bragging about getting Andre the Giant suspended from the WWF.  Vince McMahon then cuts
to 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.

24.        Killer Bees v. Jack Kruger & Roger Kirby (The Bees get in a little trouble and put on the masks for the Ol’ Switcheroo to
get the win.)

25.        Int – Johnny Valiant with Valentine & Beefcake





Championship Wrestling 7/12//86

1.           Int – Paul Orndorff

2.           Harley Race v. Steve Johnson

3.           Flowershop – British Bulldogs

4.           Int – Studd & Bundy with Heenan, who complain that the Giant Machine is really Andre the Giant.  Vince actually claims
that the Giant Machine could actually be BABA THE GIANT.  We then cut to more footage of Gene Okerlund on location
in “ Japan ” with the Super and Giant Machines.  The Machines look forward to fighting Studd & Bundy.  Needless to say,
Heenan, Studd & Bundy are extremely upset.

5.           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…)

6.           Int – Harley Race, on his matches in the King of the Ring tournament.  Race would go on to actually win the tournament.

7.           Int – Valentine & Beefcake

8.           Heenan complains some more about the Machines, and Hogan & Orndorff, who’ll be wrestling Studd & Bundy next week.

9.           Championship Wrestling 7/19/86

10.        Randy Savage v. Eric Cooper

11.        Update – Gene Okerlund focuses on the Machines.  Footage is shown of the Super and Giant Machines wrestling in Japan

12.        Rotundo & Spivey v. Al Navarro & Gino Carabello (Spivey and Rotundo are now known as the US Express.)

13.        Int – “Adorable” Adrian & “Macho Man” Randy Savage (some duo huh?)

14.        Shiek & Volkoff v. Jimmy Jackson & Don Driggers

15.        Int – Fred Blassie & Jimmy Hart

16.        King Tonga & Sivi Afi v. Lane Anderson & Jerry Semones

17.        Flowershop – Hercules Hernandez

18.        Hogan & Orndorff are backstage prior to their big match.  Orndorff is still a little upset about the phone call that Hogan didn’t

19.        take (see match #10), but assures Hogan that he’s ready for the match.

20.        Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff v. King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (In the biggest shocker of the year, ORNDORFF
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.)

21.        Int – Tito Santana

22.        Int – Ricky Steamboat




Championship Wrestling 7/26/86

1.           British Bulldogs v. Tiger Chung Lee & AJ Petruzzi

2.           Update – WWF President Jack Tunney is interviewed regarding Andre the Giant’s suspension.  Apparently, Andre was =
suspended” for failing to appear for several matches, and a hearing regarding the no-shows (This was obviously storyline
stuff, and not real).  Bobby Heenan comes in and complains about the Giant Machine, that is so obviously Andre the Giant,
but Tunney proclaims that he has a Japanese passport, and could very well be “Giant” Baba (from All Japan), so no further
investigation is necessary.   Tunney tells that if Heenan can unmask the Giant Machine, then the Machine will be suspended
for life.

3.           Magnificent Muraco v. Mario Mancini

4.           Int – Jake Roberts

5.           “The Rebel” Dick Slater v. The Gladiator (Dick Slater, carrying a confederate flag to the ring with him, debuts as the
WWF’s newest babyface.)

6.           Int – Sheik & Volkoff

7.           Jacques & Raymond Rougeau v. The Moondogs (The Rougeau Brothers’ WWF Debut)

8.           Flowershop – The newly heel turned “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff re-introduces Bobby Heenan as his new manager.

9.           Jake Roberts v. Tom Tatri

10.        Int – Capt. Lou Albano and the Super & Giant Machines

11.        Ricky Steamboat, King Tonga & Sivi Afi v. Rusty Brooks, Steve Lombardi & Mr. X (Afi comes to the ring with a

12.        torch and twirls it around in an impressive demonstration for the fans, passing it over and under his body, and even

13.        putting it in his mouth!)

14.        Int – Hulk Hogan & George “The Animal” Steele, who’ll be teaming up against Randy Savage & Adrian Adonis

15.        Championship Wrestling 8/2/86

16.        The American Express v. Roger Kirby & Steve Lombardi

17.        Update – Jake “The Snake” Roberts

18.        Hart Foundation v. Tony Garea & Jose Luis Rivera

19.        Int – Hulk Hogan

20.        Billy Jack Haynes v. Jim Haley

21.        Int – Ricky Steamboat

22.        “The King of Wrestling” Harley Race v. Chris Duffy (After winning the 1986 King of the Ring tournament, Race is now
being referred to as the King.  He would soon officially be corronated, with a crown and cape.  This was the beginning
of the King gimmick that would go on through 1991, seeing wrestlers such as Haku, Jim Duggan and Randy
all hold the “Title” of King.)

23.        Flowershop – JYD

24.        Int – Hulk Hogan, regarding Paul Orndorff turning on him last week.  Footage is shown of the events leading up to the breakup,

           as well as the breakup itself.  This began one of Hogan’s greatest feuds

26.        Bundy & Studd v. Brown & Ryder

27.        Int – Randy Savage & Adrian Adonis

28.        Fred Blassie claims that he’s found someone that has bought out half of the contracts of the Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff.



Championship Wrestling 8/9//86

1.           Paul Orndorff v. Mario Mancini (Orndorff is coming out to Hulk Hogan’s “Real American” Theme song!)

2.           Update – Ricky Steamboat

3.           Santana & Morales v. Terry Gibbs & Dave Barbie

4.           Int – Randy Savage & Adrian Adonis

5.           Randy Savage v. Mark Fabian

6.           Int – Jake Roberts

7.           Valentine & Beefcake v. Rick Hunter & Paul Roma

8.           Flowershop – Cowboy Bob Orton offers his services as Adonis’ bodyguard.  I wonder what Roddy Piper is thinking?

9.           JYD & George “The Animal” Steele v. Iron Mike Sharpe & Jim Haley

10.        Fred Blassie announces the man that has bought out half of Volkoff & The Iron Shiek’s contract. SLICK!

11.        Sheik & Volkoff v. Tony Garea &  Cpl. Kirchner (Slick makes his debut, in full blaxploitation pimp gear)

12.        Int – Hulk Hogan & George “The Animal” Steele

13.        Int – Slick

Championship Wrestling 8/16//86

14.        Killer Bees v. Steve Lombardi & Rusty Brooks

15.        Update – Hulk Hogan cuts a promo on Paul Orndorff turning on him.

16.        Hart Foundation v. Terry Morgan & Jim Powers

17.        Int – Capt. Lou Albano

18.        The Super Machine v. Ivan MacDonald (Super Machine finishes MacDonald off with the swinging neckbreaker.
The same move that the Masked Superstar used to use.  Hmmmmm….)

19.        Int – Sheik & Volkoff

20.        Valentine & Beefcake v. Jose Luis Rivera & Mario Mancini

21.        Flowershop – Adonis is about to introduce the Magnificent Muraco, BUT RODDY PIPER COMES ON THE SET! 
Piper thanks Adonis for taking the show over and voices his intention of taking his show back.  Adonis objects, and
claims that the Flowershop will not be going anywhere.  Orton comes on the set and needless to say, Piper isn’t too
happy to see his old buddy on Adonis’ side.  Piper vows that he’s taking his show back, and the biggest babyface turn
of the year begins.

22.        Sivi Afi, King Tonga & The Tonga Kid v. Terry Gibbs, George Leech & Joe Mirto (King Tonga and The Tonga Kid
would soon become known as Haku & Toma and begin teaming together as THE ISLANDERS) Cut off

23.        Hercules Hernandez v. Tony Atlas (Hercules is now being managed by Slick.  This match is also notable for the fact that
it was the first appearance of the soon to be debuting HONKYTONK MAN, who says that he’s coming in at the
request of none other than Hulk Hogan!  HTM would indeed debut as a babyface.)

24.        Int – Bobby Heenan with Studd & Bundy, who promise to unmask the Giant Machine.



Championship Wrestling 8/23/86

1.           British Bulldogs v. The Gladiator & Iron Mike Sharpe

2.           Update – Gene Okerlund and his continuing discussion on the mysterious Machines.  Bobby Heenan and King Kong Bundy
aren’t too happy about it.

3.           Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy v. Jimmy Jackson & Tony Garea

4.           Int – Lou Albano

5.           The Rougeau Brothers v. Mr. X & Les Thornton

6.           Int – Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff

7.           Roddy Piper v. AJ Petruzzi (Piper returns to action to a TREMENDOUS babyface reaction!  Piper proceeds to beat
Petruzzi with one hand behind his back!)

8.           Flowershop – Adonis attempts to interview Slick, Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff, but Piper walks on the set and insults slick.

9.           Pedro Morales & Tito Santana v. The Moondogs

10.        Magnificent Muraco v. Bob Bradley

11.        Int – Randy Savage

Championship Wrestling 8/30/86

12.        Randy Savage v. Mario Mancini

13.        Update – Billy Jack Haynes

14.        JYD & George “The Animal” Steele v. Mr. X & The Gladiator (After doing his customary post match dance, JYD
introduces THE HONKYTONK MAN!  Vince McMahon announces him as “Wayne Farris,
and the WWF’s newest babyface (YES YOU READ THAT RIGHT – HTM was originally a BABYFACE!) makes his

15.        Int – Randy Savage

16.        Paul Orndorff v. Tommy Sharpe (Orndorff is coming down to the ring, using HULK HOGAN’S MUSIC!)

17.        Int – Bobby Heenan

18.        “The Rebel” Dick Slater v. Jimmy Jack Funk

19.        Flowershop – Lou Albano and the Machines.  Bobby Heenan comes out and attempts to reveal who they are.  The Super
Machine comes out, but Heenan can’t tell who he is (He was Bill Eadie, best known as the Masked Superstar and Demolition
Axe).  Heenan then calls out the Giant Machine (who was obviously Andre the Giant), but the Giant Machine that comes out
isn’t Andre!  A confused Heenan turns around to confer with Adonis and Jimmy Hart and when he turns around,
  Heenan throws a fit and while he’s ranting with Hart and Adonis, the FAKE Giant Machine
returns.  Heenan goes nuts!

20.        Harley Race is officially coronated as the KING of the WWF.  Race had recently won the 1986 King of the Ring Tournament,
and for the remainder of his time in the WWF, he was known as King Harley Race.

21.        The US Express (Mike Rotundo & Danny Spivey) v. Gino Carabello & Steve Lombardi

22.        Int – The Machines

23.        Adorable Adrian Adonis interrupts Vince McMahon and Bruno Sammartino’s closing comments and rants about Roddy Piper
and his repeated interruptions on his Flowershop segment, and the fact that he’s being forced to have Piper as an official guest
on the Flowershop next week.


WWF  SUPERSTARS 9/6/86 & 9/13/86


1.           Ricky Steamboat & Sivi Afi v. Terry Gibbs & Roger Kirby

2.           Update – Superstar Billy Graham’s upcoming return to the WWF.

3.           Hart Foundation v. Koko B. Ware & Paul Roma

4.           Int – Randy Savage

5.           Promo – Honkytonk Man, who is still a babyface.  He has some words for Paul Orndorff

6.           Hillbilly Jim & Cousin Luke v. Ron Shaw & Pete Doherty

7.           Int – Slick & Fred Blassie

8.           Int – British Bulldogs

9.           Kamala v. Tom Sharpe

10.        Flowershop – Roddy Piper comes out as Adonis’ guest, and boy did Adonis regret it.  Piper launches into a tirade of hilarious
insults on the Adorable one.  Piper then reveals that the WWF has announced that

11.        Rougeau Brothers v. Bob Bradley & Mike Fever

12.        Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy v. SD Jones & Cpl. Kirchner

13.        Int.  George Steele & The Machines


14.        Paul Orndorff v. Sivi Afi

15.        Update – The new King of the WWF, Harley Race

16.        Sika v. Don Driggers

17.        Int – Randy Savage

18.        The Islanders v. The Moondogs

19.        Randy Savage v. Troy Martin ( Troy Martin would become better known several years later as SHANE DOUGLAS!)

20.        PIPERS PIT RETURNS!  Roddy Piper returns to the interview set to a tremendous ovation.  Piper attempts to interview
one of the announcers, and is interrupted by Jimmy Hart, Adrian Adonis and his bodyguard, Bob Orton.  Piper makes Adonis
look silly.

21.        The Machines (Big, Super & Giant) v. Rick Hunter, JJ Jackson & Al Navarro

22.        British Bulldogs v. Les Thornton & Jack Foley (Yup, you guessed it.  Young Jack Foley was the same Mick Foley that
would later be known as

23.        Int – The Machines & George Steele



WWF SUPERSTARS 9/20/86 & 9/27/86


1.        The Dream Team (Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake) v. The US Express ( Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey)

2.        Update – The Honkytonk Man is in the studio talking about cutting a new single. 

3.        JYD & George “The Animal” Steele v. Steve Lombardi & Tony Nardo

4.        Int – Lou Albano with the Big Machine, Strong Machine and THE HULK MACHINE.  And yes, the Hulk Machine is exactly
who you think he is.

5.        Hercules, Nikolai Volkoff & Iron Sheik v. Billy Jack Haynes, Nick Kiniski & Mario Mancini

6.        Int – Hulk Hogan

7.        Promo – Superstar Billy Graham

8.        Jake Roberts v. Tony Garea

9.        Promo – Hulk Hogan

10.     Flower Shop – No guest this week, as Adonis, Orton & Jimmy Hart are cleaning up the set and adding new flowers.  They get
upset at the constant boos and Roddy Piper chants and walk off the set in disgust.

11.     Roddy Piper comments on his upcoming showdown with Adrian Adonis.

12.     Killer Bees v. jobbers (Kamala with Kim Chee & The Wizard come down to ringside)

13.     Promo – “The Rebel” Dick Slater

14.     Don Muraco v. Leaping Lanny Poffo

15.     Int – Bob Orton


16.     King Harley Race v. Mike Kelly

17.     Update – Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat in martial arts training

18.     promo – Superstar Billy Graham talks with Jesse “The Body” Ventura

19.     Superstar Billy Graham v. Bob Bradley

20.     int – Bobby Heenan with King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd

21.     Kamala v. Tony Parks

22.     Int – Tito Santana

23.     The Flower Shop & Pipers Pit are both on side by side with Piper & Adonis battling for the attention of the crowd and the
TV cameras.  "Piper's Pit" & Adrian Adonis' "Flower Shop" interview segments air Simultaneously with Don Muraco as Piper's

         guest & Bob Orton as Adonis' guest. Muraco, Orton & Adonis attack Piper and injure his leg. And destroy the Pipers Pit set.

24.     Slick announces that he’ll be bringing a big surprise to the WWF

25.     “The Natural” Butch Reed v. William Tabb (Slick’s surprise makes his debut with the WWF, as the former “Hacksaw”
comes to the ring with a blonde afro!)

26.     Tito Santana v. Jimmy Jack Funk

27.     Int – The Machines with George “The Animal” Steele

28.     Several wrestlers are trying to restrain Roddy Piper as they call for medical attention for him.


WWF SUPERSTARS 10/5/86 & 10/11/86

WWF Superstars 10/4/86

1.            Koko B. Ware v. Randy Barber

2.            Update – Hillbilly Jim sings some good ol’ country music

3.            Sika v. Mario Mancini

4.            Int – Tito Santana

5.            Honkytonk Man v. Ron Shaw (Honkytonk Man is still a babyface.  And boy, is he boring!  Vince also identifies him by his
real name, Wayne Farris)

6.            Int – Randy Savage

7.            Paul Orndorff v. Dan Hotchkins

8.            Pipers Pit – Piper limps out on a crutch, and takes a baseball bat and destroys the set of the Flowershop!

9.            Randy Savage v. Dan McGuire

10.         Jesse “The Body” Ventura interviews Hulk Hogan

11.         Killer Bees v. The Moondogs

12.         Int – The Machines (Big & Super)

WWF Superstars 10/11/86

13.         Jesse Ventura interviews the British Bulldogs, who introduce their new Mascot Matilda

14.         British Bulldogs v. The Dream Team (non-title)

15.         Update – A FANTASTIC promo by Jake Roberts, as he cuts his promo in the shower with Damian wrapped around him.

16.         Magnificent Muraco & Bob Orton v. Sivi Afi & Billy Jack Haynes (Muraco and Orton are wearing kilts, mocking Roddy

17.         King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd v. Dick Slater & Rick Hunter

18.         Int – Ricky Steamboat

19.         The Rougeau Brothers v. Hercules Hernandez & Barry O

20.         Pipers Pit – No interview, as a new Pipers Pit set is being constructed.  Footage is shown of the recent SNME episode where
Piper broke Adrian Adonis’ arm with his crutch.  Piper cuts a good promo afterward.

21.         Pedro Morales & The Islanders v. Kim Clover & The Hart Foundation (Clover gets pinned, and the Hart Foundation attack
him!) Slick and the Ironshiek & Nikolai Volkoff are driving around in a stretch limousine.)

22.         JYD & George “The Animal” Steele v. Steven Regal & ???

23.         Int – Bob Orton

24.         Int – Magnificent Muraco


WWF SUPERSTARS 10/18/86 & 10/25/86

WWF Superstars 10/18/86

1.            Hercules v. SD Jones

2.            Update – Muraco & Orton discuss their feud with Roddy Piper.  Footage of them destroying Piper and the set of Pipers Pit is

3.            Johnny Valiant brings Dino Bravo into the WWF.

4.            Dino Bravo v. Tony Parks

5.            Int – Roddy Piper

6.            The Dream Team (Beefcake & Valentine) relax with a massage.

7.            Killer Bees v. Bob Bradley & Tiger Chung Lee

8.            Int – Randy Savage

9.            “The Natural” Butch Reed v. Rick Hunter

10.         Pipers Pit –  The new Pit set has been constructed, and Piper is back in business.  Jimmy Hart tries to insult Piper, but
Piper is the master in this category, and gives Jimmy Hart the most humiliating time of his life.

11.         Promo – Paul Orndorff & Bobby Heenan

12.         Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat v. Iron Mike Sharpe

13.         Int – Magnificent Muraco

WWF Superstars 10/25/86

14.         Koko B. Ware v. Moondog Spot

15.         Update – Black Jack Mulligan is returning soon.

16.         Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff v. Tito Santana & Pedro Morales

17.         Int – British Bulldogs

18.         Int – Randy Savage

19.         The Islanders v. Steve Lombardi & Barry O

20.         Int – British Bulldogs

21.         Jake Roberts v. Mike (Shane Douglas) Kelly

22.         Pipers Pit – Mr. Fuji

23.         Rougeau Brothers v. Steve Regal & Jimmy Jack Funk

24.         Paul Orndorff v. Lanny Poffo

25.         Int – Roddy Piper


WWF SUPERSTARS 11/1/86 & 11/8/86

WWF Superstars 11/1/86

1.        Randy Savage v. Sivi Afi

2.        Hulk Hogan gives some nutrition tips

3.        JYD v. Moondog Rex

4.        Int – Ricky Steamboat

5.        Int – Harley Race

6.        Harley Race v. Mac Rivera

7.        Int – Hart Foundation

8.        Contract signing between the Machines and Studd & Bundy

9.        Honkytonk Man v. Al Navarro (Still a babyface, the crowd is somewhat dead for him.)

10.     George “The Animal” Steele visits the zoo.

11.     Kamala v. Don Driggers

12.     Roddy Piper v. Mr. Fuji (Fuji gets the beating of a lifetime, but it’s not long before Orton and Muraco run in and attack Piper. )

13.     Int – Roddy Piper

WWF Superstars 11/8/86

14.     Killer Bees v. Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff

15.     Update – Superstar Billy Graham

16.     Koko B. Ware v. Moondog Rex

17.     Jack Tunney makes Danny Davis apologize for his recent actions. 

18.     Int – Hulk Hogan

19.     Slick buys the contract of Hercules from Bobby Heenan

20.     Hercules v. Lanny Poffo

21.     Int – Rougeau Brothers

22.     We get our first look at Outback Jack standing by a tree

23.     British Bulldogs v. Rick & Dave

24.     Pipers Pit – Bobby Heenan comes out brings out Harley Race

25.     Int – Mike Rotundo

26.     Music Video

27.     Jesse Ventura interviews the Honkytonk Man, who complains that the fans haven’t been taking to him like they should.
Jesse suggests a “Vote of Confidence” poll by the fans where they’d write in and say whether or not they like the Honkytonk

28.     Sparks fly at the contract signing between the Machines and Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy

29.     Int – Capt. Lou Albano says that he’ll be in the corner of the Machines, and will retire as a manager following this match!

30.     Sika v. ???

31.     Vince McMahon gives the address to mail in your vote for the Honkytonk Man vote of confidence poll.

32.     Int – Kamala with the Wizard & Kim Chee


WWF SUPERSTARS 11/15/86 & 11/22/86

WWF Superstars 11/15/86

1.        The Islanders v. The Gladiator & Barry O

2.        Update – The Rougeau Brothers

3.        The Honkytonk Man vote of confidence poll.  Once again, we get the address to send our votes in.

4.        Butch Reed v. Mario Mancini

5.        Int – Hulk Hogan

6.        George “The Animal” Steele goes to a fast food drive thru.  It was probably funnier on paper.

7.        Bob Orton & Don Muraco v.  Jerry Allen & Don Driggers (Orton & Muraco are wearing kilts and coming out to bagpipe
music to taunt Roddy Piper.  Danny Davis is the referee, and allows Muraco and Orton to double team their
opponents relentlessly.)

8.        Int – Bobby Heenan & Paul Orndorff

9.        Jake Roberts shows off some of his more dangerous snakes to Gene Okerlund and Lord Al Hayes.

10.     The Can Am Connection v. Steve Lombardi v. Moondog Spot (Rick Martel & Tom Zenk make their debut as
a tag team.)

11.     Pipers Pit –Piper brings out Hulk Hogan for the first time since turning face.  Hogan compliments Piper on getting rid of
the Flowershop

12.     Outback Jack is in Australia driving a truck.

13.     Hart Foundation v. Sivi Afi & Johnny Mann

14.     Honkytonk Man pleads for your vote in the vote of confidence poll, but in decidedly heelish fashion.

15.     Capt. Lou Albano announces his retirement from managing to devote his full time to fighting Multiple Sclerosis.

16.     The Machines v. King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd (Blackjack Mulligan and Bill [Masked Superstar, Demolition Ax]
Eadie are the Superstrong Machine and the Big Machine.)

17.     Int – Kamala

Superstars 11/22/86

18.     Promo – Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat insists that he’ll give his best shot at Randy Savage’s IC Title.

19.     Ricky Steamboat v. Randy Savage (Both Dave Hebner and heel referee Danny Davis are in the ring to referee the match, but
Hebner sends Davis away.  It couldn’t have gone any worse for Steamboat if Davis was there however, because in
probably the greatest injury angle to date, Savage CRUSHES STEAMBOAT’S THROAT WITH THE RING BELL !
Steamboat is stretchered out of the arena clutching his throat frantically.  This angle was worked so well that many
people that were smart to the business really thought that Steamboat was REALLY INJURED!  FANTASTIC STUFF!!)

20.     Update – Paul Orndorff and Bobby Heenan are upset that they aren’t in the latest issue of WWF Magazine and not getting

21.     a title shot at Hulk Hogan

22.     JYD v. Al Navarro

23.     Bruno Sammartino is in the back as the medics are rushing around trying to work on Ricky Steamboat.  Bruno sounds all
choked up as he watches everyone running around trying to save The Dragon.

24.     Int – Hulk Hogan

25.     Promo – Superstar Billy Grahamj

26.     Dino Bravo v. Kurt Kauffman

27.     Bruno Sammartino gives a further update on the status of Ricky Steamboat

28.     Int – The Islanders

29.     We get another look at Outback Jack

30.     The Rebel Dick Slater v. Jimmy Jack Funk (While he probably wouldn’t be able to get away with this today, back in 1986,
Dick Slater comes to the ring wearing the Confederate Flag, and was a babyface.)

31.     Pipers Pit – Kamala with the Wizard and Kim Chee.  Piper is pretty funny here with the one liners at the heels’ expense.

32.     Billy Jack Haynes v. ???

33.     Jesse Ventura interviews the Honkytonk Man on the results of the Vote of Confidence Poll.  But Honkytonk Man finds out
that the fans overwhelmingly voted AGAINST him!  HTM storms off the set.

34.     Hillbilly Jim, Tito Santana & Pedro Morales v. Greg Valentine, Brutus Beefcake & Johnny Valiant (Tito Santana
gets the submission from Johnny Valient with the figure 4 leglock, but Referee Danny Davis gives the victory to
the heels by Disqualification anyway.)

35.     Int – Bobby Heenan

36.     Bruno, in the back gives us one more report on Steamboat when he’s interrupted by Randy Savage.  Savage tells Bruno
how proud he is of himself for injuring Steamboat and an enraged Sammartino ATTACKS SAVAGE AND BEATS THE


WWF SUPERSTARS 11/29/86 & 12/6/86

WWF Superstars 11/29/86

1.        Int – Andre the Giant has been reinstatied to the WWF and is free to return.  Andre is interviewed in France about his upcoming
return to action in the WWF.

2.        Harley Race v. Lanny Poffo

3.        Update – Ricky Steamboat’s injury at the hands of Randy Savage.  Steamboat’s wife Bonnie speaks to Gene Okerlund over the
Phone regarding her husband’s recovery.

4.        Jesse Ventura interviews Mike Rotundo and Danny Spivey, collectively known as the US Express.

5.        US Express v. Wagner & Renslow

6.        Int – Hulk Hogan

7.        Promo – Honkytonk Man can’t believe that the fans voted against him in the Vote of Confidence poll.  HTM promises that he
can be as mean and nasty as anyone else in the WWF, and plans a surprise for everyone in the near future.

8.        Kamala v. Bob Boyer

9.        Int – Junkyard Dog

10.     Int – Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff

11.     Hart Foundation v. British Bulldogs (Danny Davis is the referee for this non-title match, and he makes sure that the Hart
Foundation walks away with the victory)

12.     Piper’s Pit – George the Animal Steele is supposed to be Pipers guest, but it’s Jimmy Hart that comes out and berates Piper,
demanding respect.  As Piper responds by attacking Hart, Adrian Adonis comes out and attacks Piper from behind, putting him
to sleep with his “Goodnight Irene” sleeper.

13.     Promo- Outback Jack.

14.     Injury report- Gene Okerlund interviews Ricky Steamboat’s doctor about his injury.  Footage of last weeks attack of Randy
Savage on Steamboat is shown. 

15.     Promo – Blackjack Mulligan

16.     Butch Reed v. Max Blue

17.     Int – The Wizard and Kamala


18.     Promo – The Honkytonk Man introduces “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart as his new manager.  This was the start
of the Honkytonk Man that everyone remembers. 

19.     Randy Savage v. SD Jones

20.     Update – Harley Race

21.     Promo – Blackjack Mulligan 0

22.     Koko B. Ware v. Bobby Colt

23.     Int – Kamala and the Wizard

24.     Footage of a previous Pipers Pit where Adrian Adonis was attacked by Adrian Adonis and put to sleep.

25.     Adorable Adrian Adois v. Paul Roma

26.     Int – Johnny Valiant & Dino Bravo

27.     Promo – Outback Jack

28.     Hercules v. Jose Luis Rivera

29.     Pipers Pit – George “The Animal” Steele, and JYD

30.     Int – Bonnie Steamboat is interviewed on her husband Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat’s injury at the hands of Randy

31.     Kamala v. Sal Bellomo

32.     Int – Jesse Ventura interviews WWF President Jack Tunney about his lifting Andre the Giant’s suspension.

33.     Billy Jack Haynes & The Rougeau Brothers v. Greg Valentine, Brutus Beefcake & Dino Bravo (Danny Davis is the
referee, so you know that Haynes and the Rougeaus will have a rough time of it.)

34.     Int – JYD & Hulk Hogan


WWF SUPERSTARS 12/13/86 & 12/20/86


1.        Tito Santana, Hillbilly Jim, & Pedro Morales vs. Moondog Spot, Barry O & The Raider

2.        Update: "Macho Man" Randy Savage gloats over putting Ricky Steamboat out of wrestling

3.        "Rowdy" Roddy Piper interview

4.        "Adorable" Adrian Adonis vs. Mario Mancini

5.        Hulk Hogan interview

6.        Outback Jack promo

7.        Can-Am Connection vs. "Iron" Mike Sharpe & Jimmy Jack Funk

8.        Junkyard Dog interview

9.        Blackjack Mulligan promo

10.     Kamala vs. Jack Kruger

11.     Piper's Pit with "The Natural" Butch Reed & Slick

12.     “Everybody Have Fun Tonight" Video

13.     Dr. Bob Ponovich tells Mean Gene that Ricky Steamboat is recovering

14.     Jesse Ventura interviews Bobby "The Brain" Heenan

15.     “The Rebel" Dick Slater vs. Jake "The Snake" Roberts

16.     Kamala, Kimchee & Wizard interview 


17.     Don Muraco & Bob Orton v. The Islanders

18.     Update – Ricky Steamboat’s injury at the hands of Randy Savage.  Footage is shown of Steamboat learning how to
talk again.

19.     Kamala v. Pedro Gonzalez

20.     Int – Randy Savage

21.     Promo – Blackjack Mulligan

22.     Honkytonk Man v. Jose Luis Rivera (This is HTM’s first match after turning heel)

23.     Int - Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart

24.     King Kong Bundy v. Steve Gatorwolf

25.     Pipers Pit – The Hart Foundation

26.     Butch Reed v. Jerry Monti

27.     Int – Bobby Heenan

28.     Promo – Hulk Hogan

29.     Promo- Outback Jack

30.     Killer Bees & Koko B Ware v. Buddy Ryder, Mike Lucca & Dennis Stamp (Both Bees and even Koko are wearing
Killer Bee masks for the whole match.)

31.     Int – Bruno Sammartino


WWF SUPERSTARS 12/27/86 & 1/3/87


1.        Randy Savage v. Nick Kinski

2.        Update – Ricky Steamboat has some words for Randy Savage

3.        Jesse Ventura interviews B. Brian Blair

4.        Valentine, Beefcake & Bravo v. Pedro Morales, Hillbilly Jim & Tito Santana (Danny Davis is the ref, and counts
Bravo’s pin on Pedro Morales, even though Morales had his foot on the ropes.)

5.        Int – The British Bulldogs

6.        Promo – Blackjack Mulligan

7.        Spotlight on the returning Andre the Giant.  Several pieces of footage are shown with Andre against several opponents
like King Kong Bundy and Big John Studd. 

8.        Int – Randy Savage

9.        Jesse Ventura interviews the Can-Am Connection

10.     Adrian Adonis v. David Gold

11.     Pipers Pit – Bobby Heenan & Hercules

12.     The US Express (Rotundo & Spivey) v. Moondog Spot & Tim Patterson

13.     Jesse Ventura interviews Jack Tunney about Kamala repeatedly destroying opponents with his top rope splashes.
Footage of Kamala flattening a young MICK FOLEY is shown.

14.     Promo – Outback Jack.

15.     Harley Race v. Sivi Afi

16.     Int – A “Come as you are” Battle Royal is one of the matches at an upcoming houseshow.  Lanny Poffo is interviewed
IN A FULL SUIT OF ARMOR.  Apparently, he believes that the armor will keep him from getting hurt.

17.     Int – Dick Slater

18.     Blackjack Mulligan


This was the 1986 Year-In-Review episode.  The entire episode is a re-cap of all the major events of the previous year.



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