This Day in Wrestling History for 2/2

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Pittsburgh, PA – February 2, 1963
Television taping:
WWWF World Champion Buddy Rogers defeated Frank Pickens

WWWF @ Scranton, PA ? February 2, 1965
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Waldo Von Erich

WWWF @ Philadelphia, PA ? February 2, 1966
Television taping:
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Smasher Sloan

WWWF @ Washington DC – National Arena – February 2, 1966
Television taping:
Pete Sanchez vs. Arnold Skaaland
Miguel Perez vs. Angelo Savoldi
Tomas Marin vs. Ronnie Etchison
Domingo Robles vs. The Beast
Tony Altamore vs. Johnny Valentine
Prince Iaukea vs. Jose Garcia & the Magnificent Maurice
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & Antonio Pugliese defeated Bill Miller & Baron Mikel Scicluna

WWWF @ Washington DC – National Arena – February 2, 1967
Television taping:
Jack Davis defeated Johnny Rodz
Ricky Sexton dfeated Angelo Savoldi
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Pete Sanchez & Tomas Marin in a handicap match
Luke Graham defeated Arnold Skaaland
Frank Hickey vs. Smasher Sloan
Bill Miller fought Antonio Pugliese to a draw
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino, Spiros Arion, & Antonio Pugliese defeated Bill Miller, Tank Morgan, & Baron Mikel Scicluna in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

WWWF @ Scranton, PA – February 2, 1971 (2,000)
Bulldog Brower pinned Joe Turco
Bulldog Brower defeated Tony Marino via disqualification
Vincente Pometti defeated Lee Wong
Vincente Pometti defeated Manuel Soto
US Champion Pedro MOrales defeated the Wolfman
WWWF World Champion Ivan Koloff defeated Chief Jay Strongbow via count-out at 16:35

WWWF @ Pittsburgh, PA – Civic Arena – February 2, 1973
Eric the Red defeated Tony DiPaulo
Tony Altimore defeated Frank Durso
Frank Holtz & Larry Zbyzsko defeated the Executioner & John L. Sullivan via disqualification
Waldo Von Erich defeated Arnold Skaaland
George Steele & Killer Kowalski defeated Gino Brito & Tony Parisi
Dominic DeNucci defeated King Curtis via count-out
Bruno Sammartino fought Prof. Toru Tanaka to a no contest when the match was stopped when both men were too bloody to continue

WWWF @ New York City, NY – Madison Square Garden – February 2, 1976
Televised on the MSG Network – featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Frank Monte defeated Pete Sanchez at 9:21
Louis Cyr pinned Francisco Flores at 9:16 with a shoulderbreaker
Spiros Arion pinned Kevin Sullivan at 6:44 with an atomic drop
Ernie Ladd pinned Dominic DeNucci at 11:55 by putting his feet on the ropes for leverage after a thumb strike to the throat
Ivan Putski fought Ivan Koloff to a time-limit draw at around the 11-minute mark as both men brawled on the ring apron
Little Louie & the Coco Kid defeated Billy the Kid & Little Johnny in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Louie & Kid won at 12:02; fall #2: Louie & Kid won at 6:27
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Superstar Billy Graham at 17:55 when the match was stopped due to blood
Baron Mikel Scicluna pinned Pat Barrett at 6:44 after throwing him head-first into the corner
Bobo Brazil (sub. for Louis Cerdan) & WWWF Tag Team Champion Tony Parisi defeated Crusher Blackwell & Bugsy McGraw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Blackwell & McGraw were disqualified at 7:13 when McGraw choked Bobo with the tag rope; fall #2: Parisi pinned Blackwell at 4:21 with a bodyslam and jumping off the top

WWWF @ Cherry Hill, NJ – February 2, 1979
Baron Mikel Scicluna fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a draw
Allan Coage defeated Mike Hall
Ivan Putski defeated Peter Maivia via count-out
Johnny Rodz defeated Tony Russo
Larry Zbyszko & Tony Garea defeated Stan Stasiak & Victor Rivera

WWF Championship Wrestling
Taped 1/22/80; Allentown, PA; Agricultural Hall
Bruno Sammartino defeated Larry Zbyszko via disqualification at 9:34 when Zbyzsko threw the referee to the floor and hit Sammartino in the head with a wooden chair three times, busting him open (Best of the WWF Vol. 1)
Tony Atlas defeated Johnny Rodz; prior to the bout, two referees wiped Bruno Sammartino’s blood, caused from the previous match, from the mat

WWF @ South Orange, NJ – Walsh Gym – February 2, 1980
Bulldog Brower defeated Angelo Gomez
Davey O’Hannon defeated Mike Masters
Larry Sharpe defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna via count-out
The Wild Samoans defeated Dominic DeNucci & Rene Goulet (sub. for Gorilla Monsoon) via count-out
Ken Patera defeated Ivan Putski via count-out

WWF @ Hamburg, PA – February 2, 1980
All Star Wrestling taping:
Tito Santana defeated BB Coleman
Ken Patera defeated Steve King
Dominic DeNucci defeated Angelo Gomez
Larry Zbyzsko defeated Ron Lee
Rene Goulet defeated JoJo Andrews
Hulk Hogan defeated Billy Berger

WWF @ Springfield, MA – February 2, 1980
Joe Crugnale defeated Fred Marzino
Jim Duggan defeated Jose Estrada
Johnny Rodz defeated Steve King
WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson defeated Capt. Lou Albano via count-out in a non-title match
Hulk Hogan defeated Tito Santana
Larry Zbyszko defeated Hussein Arab
Bobby Duncum defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via count-out

WWF @ Waterbury, CT – February 2, 1983
Eddie Gilbert defeated Charlie Fulton
Swede Hanson defeated Curt Hennig
SD Jones fought Mr. Fuji to a draw
Don Muraco defeated Tony Garea
Pedro Morales defeated Superstar Billy Graham via disqualification
Jimmy Snuka defeated Ray Stevens via disqualification

Muroran, Japan – February 2, 1984
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Iron Mike Sharpe defeated Akira Maeda & Osamu Kido

All Star Wrestling
Taped 1/7/85; Hamilton, Ontario; Convention Center
2/2/85 – included Capt. Lou Albano as a guest of Blackjack’s BBQ:
Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated Goldie Rogers & Terry Gibbs at 4:08 when Windham pinned Rogers with the bulldog
Jimmy Snuka pinned Carl Fury at 2:41 with the top rope splash
Don Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Mario Mancini at 2:16 with the tombstone
Angelo Mosca Jr. (w/ Angelo Mosca) pinned Frank Marconi at 3:09 with a flying headscissors
Hillbilly Jim defeated AJ Petruzzi via submission at 2:38 with a bearhug
Andre the Giant & the Junkyard Dog defeated Ted Grizzly & Richard Cummings at 3:38 when Andre pinned Cummings with a boot to the face and a sit-down splash; prior to the bout, Edouard Carpentier – who provided commentary for the show in Quebec and France – was introduced at ringside as a former world champion

Championship Wrestling
Taped 1/22/85; Poughkeepsie, NY; Mid-Hudson Civic Center
2/2/85 – included Andre the Giant as a guest of the Piper’s Pit:
The Junkyard Dog defeated Johnny Rodz
Paul Orndorff defeated Peter Pompell
Don Muraco defeated Aldo Marino
Jim Neidhart (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jose Luis Rivera (Neidhart’s TV debut)
Jimmy Snuka pinned Jeff Craney with a splash off the top at 3:24

WWF @ Boston, MA – Boston Garden – February 2, 1985
Moondog Spot defeated Jose Luis Rivera
Brutus Beefcake defeated Rick McGraw
WWF Tag Team Champion Mike Rotundo defeated the Iron Sheik
Nikolai Volkoff defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Barry Windham
Paul Orndorff defeated Ivan Putski
Don Muraco defeated George Wells
Bret Hart defeated Mr. X
WWF Women’s Champion Wendi Richter defeated Judy Martin
Andre the Giant & the Junkyard Dog defeated Ken Patera & Big John Studd in a Texas Tornado match

WWF @ Baltimore, MD – Civic Center – February 2, 1985
Terry Gibbs defeated Bob Bradley
Jim Neidahrt defeated SD Jones
Swede Hanson defeated Rene Goulet
Jimmy Snuka defeated Roddy Piper via disqualification
Tony Atlas defeated Bob Orton Jr. via disqualification
Charlie Fulton pinned the Spoiler
Tito Santana defeated WWF IC Champion Greg Valentine via count-out
Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch defeated Jack & Jerry Brisco

NJPW @ Koshigaya, Japan ? February 2, 1985 (2,000)
Keiji Muto fought Shinya Hashimoto to a draw
Naoki Sano pinned Masahiro Chono
Makoto Arakawa defeated Hirokazu Hata via submission with a Canadian backbreaker
Anoaro Atisanoe pinned Kim Su Hong
The Cobra & Kantaro Hoshino fought the Black Tiger & Hiro Saito to a double count-out
Shunji Takano defeated Umanosuke Ueda via disqualification
The Strong Machines defeated Tiger Toguchi & Tatsutoshi Goto when Strong Machine #1 pinned Goto
King Kong Bundy pinned Kengo Kimura
IWGP Champion Antonio Inoki, Seiji Sakaguchi & Tatsumi Fujinami defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, Samula & Kerry Brown when Inoki pinned Brown

WWF @ Cincinnati, OH – Riverfront Coliseum – February 2, 1986 (matinee)
King Tonga defeated Iron Mike Sharpe
George Steele defeated Steve Lombardi
Tony Atlas defeated Tiger Chung Lee
The Junkyard Dog defeated Hercules
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Terry Funk after hitting him in the head with Jimmy Hart’s megaphone
Cpl. Kirchner defeated the Iron Sheik
WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell

WWF @ Denver, CO – McNichols Arena – February 2, 1986
Adrian Adonis defeated Dan Spivey
George Wells defeated Moondog Spot
Mad Dog Vachon defeated Rene Goulet
Paul Orndorff defeated Bob Orton Jr. in a cast match
Judy Martin defeated Linda Gonzalez
Ricky Steamboat defeated Don Muraco in a judo jacket match
Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart

WWF @ Troy, NY – RPI Fieldhouse – February 2, 1986
Included Randy Savage

WWF @ Richfield, OH – Coliseum – February 2, 1986
Dan Spivey defeated Barry O
King Tonga defeated Paul Christy
Ted Arcidi defeated Moondog Spot
Hillbilly Jim defeated Steve Lombardi
King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd defeated Tony Atlas & Lanny Poffo
WWF IC Champion Randy Savage defeated George Steele via disqualification
WWF Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake defeated Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid
Paul Orndorff defeated Roddy Piper in a steel cage match

WWF @ Evansville, IN – Roberts Memorial Stadium – February 2, 1987
Included Adrian Adonis and a bunkhouse battle royal

WWF @ Quebec City, Quebec – February 2, 1987
Paul Roma defeated Steve Lombardi
Sivi Afi defeated Tiger Chung Lee
Butch Reed fought Billy Jack Haynes to a draw
Jerry Allen defeated Johnny V via disqualification when Dino Bravo interfered
Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart
Dino Bravo defeated Tito Santana
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Kamala

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

NWA @ Miami, FL – Knight Center – February 2, 1988
Debut at the venue
Bugsy McGraw defeated Mighty Yankee #1
Ricky Santana defeated Kevin Sullivan via disqualification
Barry Windham fought NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko to a draw
Nikita Koloff defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo via disqualification
Road Warrior Hawk & Paul Ellering defeated Ivan Koloff & the Warlord
NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes & Lex Luger defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard

WWF @ Brooklyn, NY – Regina Youth Center – February 2, 1988
WWF Women’s Tag Team Champions the Jumping Bomb Angels defeated Judy Martin & Leilani Kai
Koko B. Ware vs. Hercules
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov
Included Jim Powers & Paul Roma and 3 other bouts

NWA Power Hour
Taped 1/23/90; Greenville, SC; Memorial Auditorium
2/2/90 – featured a Wrestling News Network segment with Gordon Solie in which Solie discussed the upcoming main events of the Clash of the Champions and Wrestle War, during which Solie predicted NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Sting, & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson to win because of the recent absence of Gary Hart; included Arn Anderson as a guest of Funk’s Grill in which Funk asked Anderson whether he was siding with Flair or Sting leading into their Wrestle War match, with Anderson saying they were both winners and the title would be with the Horsemen regardless of the outcome; featured the announcement that Mil Mascaras would be in action as well as Flair, Sting, & Anderson the following night on World Championship Wrestling; included a closing segment where Jim Cornette joked that he would quit after learning the following week’s show would be in Marietta, GA (Cornette’s last appearance as co-host):
Doom defeated the Italian Stallion & Keith Hart at 3:47 when Ron Simmons pinned Hart following a clothesline off the top as Butch Reed held Hart in the air; during the bout, it was announced NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson would face Bobby Eaton on The Main Event; Jim Ross made mention that, despite the masks, most fans had a good idea as to who the members of Doom were; after the contest, Reed threw Hart to the floor
Ranger Ross pinned Joe Cruz with the Combat Kick at around the 8-minute mark after Cruz botched a leapfrog; during the bout, it was announced NWA US Champion Lex Luger would not face Tom Zenk later in the show, as previously announced, but NWA World Champion Ric Flair would face Zenk in Luger’s place; it was also announced Luger would appear in Funk’s Grill at the Clash of the Champions; during the bout, the crowd booed when either man kicked out of a pin attempt (the bout was joined in progress)
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Tom Zenk at 16:29 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage; mid-way through the bout, Woman and Nitron appeared ringside

NWA @ Springfield, MO – Shrine Mosque – February 2, 1990 (3,000; sell out)
Mike Rotunda pinned Ranger Ross
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
Norman pinned Kevin Sullivan
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
The Road Warriors, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom, Mark Callous & Dan Spivey
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned NWA US Champion Lex Luger

WWF Superstars
Taped 1/7/91; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center
2/2/91 – included a closing news report by Gene Okerlund in which he announced that there were unconfirmed reports in which the Ultimate Warrior and Randy Savage had challenged each other to a career vs. career match for WrestleMania VII:
The Big Bossman pinned Jeff Sword at 1:26 with the sidewalk slam; after the bout, Bossman handcuffed Sword to the middle rope and left him in the ring
Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Mike Wallace & Pez Whatley at 1:48 when Crush pinned Wallace at 2:01 following the Decapitation; in an untelevised incident after the match, the Mariner attacked Demolition
The Undertaker (w/ Brother Love) pinned William Ford with the tombstone at 1:47
Shane Douglas pinned Dale Wolfe at 1:06 with a flying bodypress
Kerry Von Erich defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect (w/ Bobby Heenan) via count-out at 3:40 after sending the champion into the ringpost; moments earlier, the Big Bossman came ringside and handcuffed himself to Heenan

WWF @ Springfield, MA – Civic Center – February 2, 1991 (matinee) (5,000)
The Barbarian pinned Koko B. Ware
The Undertaker pinned Jim Duggan
Roddy Piper pinned Gen. Adnan at 1:15
Demolition defeated the Bushwhackers
The Big Bossman defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect via count-out at 6:50
Tugboat pinned Haku
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty fought the Nasty Boys to a time-limit draw at 20:30
WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter defeated the Ultimate Warrior via disqualification

WWF @ Oakland, CA – Coliseum – February 2, 1991 (matinee) (8,300)
The Mountie defeated Sam Houston
Davey Boy Smith defeated the Warlord
The Legion of Doom defeated the Orient Express
Kerry Von Erich defeated Ted Dibiase
Jake Roberts defeated Rick Martel via disqualification
WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Paul Roma & Hercules
Hulk Hogan defeated Earthquake in a stretcher match

WWF @ Boston, MA – Boston Garden – February 2, 1991 (8,500)
The Bushwhackers defeated Demolition via disqualification
The Big Bossman pinned Haku
The Nasty Boys defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 20:38 when Jerry Saggs pinned Michaels
The Barbarian pinned Koko B. Ware
The Undertaker pinned Tugboat
Roddy Piper defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect via count-out at 12:41
Jim Duggan pinned Gen. Adnan (sub. for WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter) at the 48-second mark
WWF World Champion Sgt. Slaughter (sub. for Randy Savage) defeated the Ultimate Warrior in a steel cage match after Sensational Sherri interfered

WWF @ San Diego, CA – Sports Arena – February 2, 1991 (7,000; sell out)
The Mountie defeated Sam Houston
Davey Boy Smith defeated the Warlord
Kerry Von Erich defeated Ted Dibiase
The Legion of Doom defeated Kato & Louie Spicolli (sub. for Pat Tanaka)
Jake Roberts defeated Rick Martel via disqualification
WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Paul Roma & Hercules
Hulk Hogan defeated Earthquake in a stretcher match

WCW @ Philadelphia, PA – Pennsylvania Hall – February 2, 1991
WCW US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Barry Windham & Terry Taylor (sub. for WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson)
Brad Armstrong defeated Moondog Rex
Bobby Eaton fought Tom Zenk to a draw
WCW Tag Team Champions Doom defeated Tracey Smothers & Steve Armstrong
Brian Pillman defeated the Big Cat
WCW US Champion Lex Luger & Sting defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair & Sid Vicious via disqualification

WWF Wrestling Challenge
Taped 1/8/92; Ft. Myers, FL; Lee Civic Center
Rick Martel defeated Brad Avery via submission at 2:34 with the Boston Crab
Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated John Allen & Barry Horowitz when Owen pinned Allen at 3:12 following the Rocket Launcher
Marty Jannetty pinned Bob Mason at 2:55 with the Rocker Dropper
Tatanka pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 2:40 with the Samoan Droip
Jake Roberts pinned Dale Wolfe at 1:57 with the DDT
Bret Hart defeated Kato via submission at 3:36 via submission with the Sharpshooter
Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Mike Casey via submission at 2:22 with the Million $ Dream

WCW @ Philadelphia, PA – Civic Center – February 2, 1992
Ron Simmons defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Terrance Taylor pinned Tom Zenk when Zenk pinned himself as he had a sleeper applied on Taylor
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas
Larry Zbyzsko defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Brian Pillman defeated Richard Morton
Sting, Dustin Rhodes, & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton; during the bout, Paul E. Dangerously was tied to Dusty Rhodes at ringside with a bullrope

WWF @ Tempe, AZ – Wells Fargo Arena – February 2, 1992

WWF @ Evansville, IN – February 2, 1992

WWF @ Tucson, AZ – February 2, 1992

WCW Main Event
Brian Pillman pinned Chuck Coates at 2:58 with a springboard clothesline
Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat defeated Rip Rogers & Paul Lee at 3:14 when Rhodes pinned Lee with the bulldog
Ron Simmons & Abdullah the Butcher defeated Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Madusa) & Cactus Jack at 7:52 when Simmons pinned Cactus with a spinebuster; after the bout, Simmons brawled with Zbyzsko as Cactus brawled with Abdullah around ringside; Cactus eventually assaulted Abdullah with his own kendo stick before hitting an elbow drop from the apron to the floor; moments later, Cactus assaulted Abdullah with a rolled chain fence until he was pulled away by other wrestlers (taped at Center Stage)

WCW @ Atlanta, GA – Center Stage Theatre – February 2, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Big Sky pinned Shanghai Pierce following an airplane spin
The Tazmaniac vs. Joey Maggs
WCW TV Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Johnny B. Badd pinned Chris Benoit by lifting his shoulder out of Benoit’s dragon suplex and Benoit pinned himself
WCW TV Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Paul Orndorff pinned 2 Cold Scorpio after Scorpio accidentally fell off the top
WCW TV Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Cactus Jack pinned Tom Zenk with the double arm DDT
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Fred Avery & John Cruz
Rick Thames defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via reverse decision
Marcus Alexander Bagwell fought Steve Austin to a 10-minute time-limit draw
Barry Windham & Paul Orndorff defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Cactus Jack (mystery partner)
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Bob Cook & Ali Aja
2 Cold Scorpio, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Steve Regal defeated Scotty Flamingo, Tex Slazenger, & Shanghai Pierce
Maxx Payne defeated Keith Cole
The Wrecking Crew defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Brian Pillman in a lumberjack match

WWF @ Manchester, England – G-Mex Center – February 2, 1993 (5,000)
Virgil defeated Repo Man
Rick Martel defeated Max Moon
The Nasty Boys defeated the Beverly Brothers
The Undertaker pinned Papa Shango
The Headshrinkers defeated the Bushwhackers
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated the Big Bossman
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Ric Flair at around the 30-minute mark

– 2/2/94: Coliseum Video released “The History of WrestleMania.”

WCW @ Atlanta, GA – Center Stage Theatre – February 2, 1994
WCW Saturday Night taping:
2/19/94: WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated two unknowns
2/19/94: Jim Steele defeated Fred Avery
Brian Pillman defeated the Mongolian Mauler
2/26/94: The Mongolian Mauler defeated Brian Armstrong
2/26/94: The Equalizer & WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated three unknowns; after the match, the champions attacked the Equalizer during an interview, with the Equalizer saying he was going to bring in his big brother to get even
Dark match: The Patriot pinned WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Ricky Santana & Fidel Sierra
2/26/94: Ricky Steamboat defeated Vader (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification after both Race and the Boss interfered

WWF @ Springfield, MA – Civic Center – February 2, 1994 (5,000; heavily papered)
Wrestling Challenge taping:
Marty Jannetty & Sparky Plugg defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers via count-out
Doink & Dink the Clown defeated Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon
Bret Hart defeated Kwang (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via submission with the Sharpshooter (Bret ‘the Hitman’ Hart 1994)
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon pinned Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) at 19:56 with a roll up after Diesel accidentally hit the challenger in the face as he attempted to assault an interfering Marty Jannetty; the match originally went to a double count-out at 11:26 when both men began fighting on the floor but Razor grabbed a mic and challenged Michaels to continue the bout; late in the contest, referee Joey Marella was knocked out, allowing Diesel to interfere and use Michaels’ fake IC title belt to hit an elbow drop on the champion, knocking Razor out and prompting Jannetty to come ringside and break Michaels’ cover (Paul Bearer’s Hits from the Crypt)
Marty Jannetty defeated Derrick Domino
WWF Women’s Champion Alundra Blayze defeated Debbie Combs
All American Wrestling – 2/20/94: The Bushwhackers defeated the Black Phantom & Reno Riggins
All American Wrestling – 2/27/94: Sparky Plugg fought Rick Martel to a 20-minute time-limit draw
2/20/94 – featured Raymond Rougeau conducting an in-ring interview with Bret Hart regarding his upcoming matches at WrestleMania X against Owen Hart and the WWF World Champion; featured a WrestleMania X Report in which Earthquake vs. Ludvig Borga and Doink & Dink the Clown vs. Bam Bam Bigelow & Luna Vachon were announced and that Jennie Garth and Showtime’s Bucky & Vinny would be appearing as well:
WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) defeated Tim McNeany & Phil Apollo at 3:15 when Pierre pinned Apollo following the Boston Crab / legdrop off the top combo
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon pinned the Brooklyn Brawler at 1:48 with the Razor’s Edge
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) pinned Dan Dubiel at 1:15 with the diving headbutt
IRS pinned John Paul at 1:35 with a double underhook suplex; during the bout, Nikolai Volkoff was shown sitting in the front row
Earthquake pinned Bastion Booger at 2:58 with the sit-down splash
2/27/94 – featured Raymond Rougeau conducting an in-ring interview with Crush & Mr. Fuji regarding Crush’s upcoming bout against Randy Savage at WrestleMania X; included the announcement that Tatanka, Sparky Plugg, the 1-2-3 Kid, & the Smoking Gunns would face Jeff Jarrett, Rick Martel, IRS, & the Headshrinkers at WrestleMania; featured footage from last week’s Funeral Parlor segment on WWF Superstars with Lex Luger and WWF World Champion Yokozuna:
Doink the Clown (w/ Dink) pinned Barry Horowitz at 2:24 with the Whoopie Cushion
Kwang (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Brian Walsh at 1:29 with a spinning heel kick
Owen Hart defeated Bart Gunn via submission with the Sharpshooter at 4:50
Men on a Mission (w/ Oscar) defeated Iron Mike Sharpe & Chris Duffy at 1:47 when Mabel pinned Duffy after being pushed onto Duffy by Mo on the top rope; during the bout, Nikolai Volkoff was shown sitting in the front row
3/6/94 – included a Special Report segment showing the Bret Hart vs. Adam Bomb match from WWF Superstars and footage of Owen Hart appearing on the Funeral Parlor; featured a video package on WWF World Champion Yokozuna:
Jeff Jarrett pinned Mike Moraldo at the 2-minute mark with a DDT
Earthquake pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 2:29 with the sit-down splash
The Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated Scott Taylor & Tony Roy at 2:31 when Fatu pinned Roy with the top rope splash; during the bout, Nikolai Volkoff was shown sitting in the front row
The Smoking Gunns defeated Mark Thomas & the Black Phantom at 2:35 when Billy pinned Thomas following the Revolver
Sparky Plugg pinned Bert Centeno at 2:14 with a kneedrop off the top
Dark match after the taping: Lex Luger & Randy Savage defeated Yokozuna & Crush (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 12:23 when Luger pinned Crush after Savage hit Crush in the back of the head with Fuji’s salt bucket as he attempted to piledrive Luger (Paul Bearer’s Hits from the Crypt)

WCW @ Orlando, FL – Universal Studios – February 2, 1995 (600; sell out; all freebies)
WCW Worldwide taping:
Jim Duggan defeated WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson via disqualification
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & the Patriot

WWF @ Quebec City, Quebec – February 2, 1995 (6,000)
Aldo Montoya defeated Kwang
Davey Boy Smith defeated Bob Backlund
WWF Women’s Champion Bull Nakano defeated Alundra Blayze
Shawn Michaels pinned Pierre Oulette
Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart
WWF World Champion Diesel defeated King Kong Bundy via disqualification
Adam Bomb defeated Henry Godwinn
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Jeff Jarrett via count-out
The 1-2-3 Kid & Bob Holly defeated the Heavenly Bodies
Lex Luger defeated Tatanka

ECW @ Reading, PA – Bodyslams Arena – February 2, 1996 (550)
The Bad Crew & Mr. Hughes defeated Axl Rotten, Hack Myers, & El Puerto Ricano when Hughes pinned Ricano
Taz pinned the Shark Attack Kid
ECW TV Champion 2 Cold Scorpio pinned ECW Tag Team Champion Mikey Whipwreck
Shane Douglas & Tommy Dreamer defeated ECW World Champion Raven & Stevie Richards when Douglas pinned Richards
The Pitbulls defeated the Headhunters
Buh Buh Ray Dudley pinned JT Smith
Perry Saturn & John Kronus defeated Chris Jericho & Rob Van Dam at 15:52 when Kronus pinned Jericho with Total Elimination after RVD was knocked to the floor
Sabu pinned ECW Tag Team Champion Cactus Jack

WWF @ Bombay, India – February 2, 1996

WCW @ Orlando, FL – Disney / MGM Studios – February 2, 1996
WCW Worldwide taping:
Arn Anderson, Chris Benoit, & Brian Pillman defeated Kevin Sullivan, Hugh Morrus, & Meng via disqualification

WWF Superstars
Taped 1/21/97; Lafayette, LA; Cajun Dome
Vader defeated Ced Mann
Perro Aguayo vs. Abismo Negro
The Undertaker fought Marc Mero (w/ Sable) to a double count-out

WWF @ Montreal, Quebec – Molson Centre – February 2, 1997 (matinee) (6,571)
The Sultan pinned Flash Funk with a flying headbutt
Savio Vega pinned Judas with the spin wheel kick
Steve Austin pinned Mankind with the Stunner
Ahmed Johnson & Rocky Maivia defeated Farooq & Crush via disqualification when Savio Vega interfered
Salvatore Sincere pinned Aldo Montoya with the full nelson slam
WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Goldust with a reverse small package and holding the ropes for leverage
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon when Smith pinned Furnas; the challengers originally won the match and the titles but the bout had to be restarted
The Undertaker fought Vader to a double count-out
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Bret Hart and Psycho Sid by pinning Hart with a flying crossbody as Hart applied the Sharpshooter on Sid

WCW @ Cape Girradeau, MO – Show Me Center – February 2, 1997 (2,709)
The Renegade defeated Terry Taylor
Syxx & Vincent defeated High Voltage
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Alex Wright
Jeff Jarrett defeated Syxx
Lex Luger & the Giant defeated Meng & the Barbarian

WWF @ Ottawa, Ontario – Corel Center – February 2, 1997 (5,135)
The Sultan pinned Flash Funk with a flying headbutt
Vader pinned Goldust
Savio Vega pinned Judas
Psycho Sid fought the Undertaker to a double disqualification
Ahmed Johnson & Rocky Maivia defeated Farooq & Crush via disqualification when Savio Vega interfered
Salvatore Sincere pinned Aldo Montoya with the full nelson slam
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith defeated Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon
WWF IC Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Bret Hart and Steve Austin by pinning Austin after Hart hit Austin with the title belt
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Mankind with the superkick

WCW @ San Antonio, TX – AlamoDome – February 2, 1998
Scotty Riggs defeated Jose Lothario Jr.
Monday Nitro:
Juventud Guerrera defeated Psychosis
The Ultimo Dragon defeated Billy Kidman
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Super Calo
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Lord Steven Regal
Konnan defeated Hugh Morrus
Scott Hall defeated Jim Neidhart
Bill Goldberg defeated Mark Starr
Steve McMichael fought Davey Boy Smith to a double count-out
Raven defeated Disco Inferno
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Buff Bagwell & WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash
Randy Savage defeated Sting via disqualification when Hulk Hogan interfered

WWF @ Indianapolis, IN – Market Square Arena – February 2, 1998 (12,043; sell out)
Shotgun – 2/7/98:
WWF IC Champion the Rock pinned Tom Brandi with a chokeslam
Savio Vega & Jesus Castillo defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn when Savio pinned Phinneas with a spin kick
Brian Christopher & Flash Flanagan defeated WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku & El Pantera when Christopher pinned Taka
Miguel Perez Jr. & Jose Estrada Jr. defeated the Quebecars when Perez pinned Pierre after the Godwinns interfered
Raw is War:
Cactus Jack fought Terry Funk to a no contest when the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn attacked both men following a Cactus elbow from the stage onto Funk who was in a dumpster; the Outlaws locked both men inside the dumpster before pushing it off the stage; officials and medical personnel soon swarmed the ringside area
WWF European Champion Owen Hart defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn via disqualification
Marc Mero pinned Headbanger Mosh
Chainz defeated Farooq via count-out
Justin Bradshaw & Flash Funk defeated Jeff Jarrett & Barry Windham
Steve Austin defeated WWF Tag Team Champion the Road Dogg via disqualification

WCW @ Minneapolis, MN – Target Center – February 2, 1999 (17,259; 16,018 paid)
Rob Kellum defeated Chris Adams
Monday Nitro:
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament: Curt Hennig & Barry Windham defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko
Van Hammer defeated Kenny Kaos
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Hak
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman pinned Lash Leroux
WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Chris Jericho
Scott Norton pinned Ernest Miller
Scott Hall pinned Chris Benoit

WCW @ Amherst, MA – February 2, 2000 (886)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Fit Finlay defeated Lord Steven Regal
Lash Laroux defeated Silver King
Jim Duggan defeated Dave Burkhead
Bobby Walker defeated Jamie Howard
Lord Steven Regal defeated Fidel Sierra
Kid Romeo defeated Texas Outlaw #2
David Flair & Crowbar defeated Disorderly Conduct
TAFKA Prince Iaukea defeated Jeremy Lopez
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore defeated Wolfie D & JC Ice
The Demon defeated Yang
WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong
The Maestro defeated Frankie Lancaster
Elix Skipper & Mark Jindrak defeated Power Company
Disco Inferno defeated Barry Horowitz
Buzzkill defeated Bobby Eaton
Norman Smiley defeated Shark Boy
Evan Karagias defeated Adrian Byrd
Lenny Lane & Idol defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Big Vito & Johnny the Bull via disqualification
Ron & Don Harris defeated Villano IV & V
WCW World Champion Sid Vicious defeated Al Greene in a non-title match

WWF @ Raleigh, NC – ESA – February 2, 2001 (7,828)
WWF Hardcore Champion Raven pinned Steve Blackman with the DDT onto a steel chair after a masked woman interfered
Val Venis pinned K-Kwick with the fisherman’s suplex
Albert defeated Crash Holly
Lita, Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Goodfather, Bull Buchanon, & WWF Women’s Champion Ivory following the Twist of Fate / Swanton combo
WWF World Champion Kurt Angle pinned Chris Benoit with the Olympic Slam after Benoit released the Crippler Crossface to deal with Trish Stratus on the ring apron
WWF Tag Team Champions the Dudley Boyz defeated Edge & Christian when Christian was pinned with a roll up
X-Pac defeated the Big Bossman (X-Pac’s return match from a neck injury)
The Big Show pinned Billy Gunn with the chokeslam
The Rock, the Undertaker, & Kane defeated Triple H, Rikishi, & Haku when Kane pinned Rikishi with the chokeslam

WWF @ Vancouver, British Columbia – PNE Coliseum – February 2, 2002 (6,461)
WWF Cruiserweight Champion Tajiri pinned Billy Kidman after a kick to the head
The Hurricane pinned Sho Funaki with a somersault neckbreaker off the top
Val Venis defeated Ron Waterman with an inverted figure-4
Molly Holly pinned Jackie by using the tights for leverage
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated the Dudley Boyz and Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert in an elimination bout; the Hardyz scored the final win following the Twist of Fate / Swanton Bomb on the Dudleyz; Scotty & Albert were eliminated earlier after a 3D
Lance Storm pinned Rob Van Dam with a lariat kick off the ropes
WWF European Champion Diamond Dallas Page pinned Christian with the Diamond Cutter
Test pinned Kane after a low blow and a kick to the head
WWF World Champion Chris Jericho defeated Triple H via disqualification after Triple H used a chair, which was brought in the ring by Jericho

WWF @ Tuscon, AZ – February 2, 2002 (8,722)
Spike Dudley defeated Rico Constantino
Brock Lesnar defeated Perry Saturn
Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated the Acolytes
WWF IC Champion William Regal defeated Edge
WWF Hardcore Champion the Undertaker defeated the Big Show
Mr. Perfect & the Big Bossman defeated Crash Holly & Randy Orton
WWF Women’s Champion Trish Stratus defeated Jazz
Kurt Angle defeated Rikishi
Steve Austin defeated Booker T

WWE (Raw) @ Binghamton, NY – Broome County Arena – February 2, 2003
D-Lo Brown pinned Spike Dudley after catching him coming off the top rope
Sean O’Haire pinned Rico with a Razor’s Edge
Booker T pinned Steven Richards with the scissors kick
Rob Van Dam pinned Christian with the five star frogsplash
Brock Lesnar pinned Batista with the F5
WWE Women’s Champion Victoria pinned Jackie with a side kick after Steven Richards interfered
Chris Jericho (w/ Christian) pinned Test with a sleeper slam
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & William Regal defeated the Dudley Boyz after Regal used a pair of brass knuckles following interference from Chief Morley

WWE (Smackdown!) @ Toledo, OH – Sports Arena – February 2, 2004 (2,600)
Orlando Jordan defeated Chuck Palumbo
Billy Gunn defeated Albert
WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Doug & Danny Basham defeated Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin
Torrie Wilson defeated Nidia, Sable, and Dawn Marie in a bikini contest
Bradshaw defeated Rhyno
WWE US Champion the Big Show defeated Hardcore Holly
WWE Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Tajiri defeated Nunzio and Jamie Noble
WWE Smackdown! World Champion Brock Lesnar defeated Kurt Angle and Eddie Guerrero

WWE @ State College, PA – Bryce Jordan Center – February 2, 2004 (3,500)
Sunday Night Heat:
The Hurricane & Rosey defeated Bobby Rude & Pat Cusick
Stevie Richards & Victoria fought Test & Molly Holly to a no contest
Rob Van Dam defeated John Heidenreich
Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak defeated the Dudley Boyz
Raw – included the Highlight Reel with guest Chris Benoit in which Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff interrupted:
Chris Benoit defeated Mark Henry (w/ Teddy Long) via submission with the Crippler Crossface at 2:44; late in the bout, Triple H came ringside and, afterwards, he and Benoit locked eyes
Rico (w/ Jackie Gayda) pinned Rene Dupree (w/ Rob Conway) with a spin kick at 5:27 after Stacy Keibler came ringside, distracted Dupree, and Dupree rammed into Conway on the ring apron; after the bout, Stacy said she and Jackie should be the two WWE divas featured in Playboy
Kane (sub. for WWE Women’s Champion Molly Holly) fought Trish Stratus to a no contest after a matter of seconds when Chris Jericho came to Trish’s rescue as she was set up for a chokeslam; in a post-match brawl, Kane sent Jericho knee-first into the steel ring post
Bill Goldberg fought Kane to a no contest at around the 5 minute mark when a lightning bolt hit the ring, followed soon thereafter by an Undertaker vignette and the ring being filled with smoke; as the segment came to a close, Kane left through the crowd
Booker T pinned Matt Hardy at 6:24 with the scissors kick after avoiding the Twist of Fate
World Heavyweight Champion Triple H pinned Spike Dudley in a non-title match with the Pedigree at 1:25
WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Ric Flair & Batista defeated Chris Jericho & Christian at 4:46 when Jericho submitted to Flair’s figure-4 due to injuring his knee earlier in the show
Shawn Michaels pinned WWE IC Champion Randy Orton with a roll up in a non-title match at 13:36 when Orton was distracted by Mick Foley at ringside; mid-way though the bout, after the referee had been knocked out, Steve Austin drove ringside on his 4-wheeler, brought a new referee, and took Orton’s title belt so he couldn’t use it as a weapon; after the bout, Foley battled Orton into the crowd; moments thereafter, Triple H sent Flair and Batista to help Orton while he himself went after Shawn Michaels; Chris Benoit soon came out for the save, stared Triple H out of the ring, shook Michaels’ hand, and exchanged words with him

WWE Smackdown!
Taped 1/30/07; Houston, TX; Toyota Center
2/2/07 – featured a commercial for the DVD release of “The Marine;” Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top was shown in the crowd during the show; included a pre-taped interview by Kristal of Vickie Guerrero, now without her neckbrace, in which Vickie singled out Teddy Long for having unsafe working conditions and said an opportunity had opened up for her on Smackdown! that would bring her a lot of success in the near future; featured World Heavyweight Champion Batista meeting with Long backstage in which he said he needed to know whether the Undertaker would face him at WrestleMania and would need to know by the end of the night; included an in-ring segment with Booker T & Sharmell in which Booker was presented with a key to the city; moments later, Booker cut a promo saying he was better than other Houston natives such as Walter Cronkite, Roger Clemens, and Patrick Swayze, and the Houston Rockets; Booker then singled out Billy Gibbons on the floor before Kane appeared, threw the “city officials” out of the way, and knocked Booker to the floor; featured Maryse welcoming the audience back from commercial break; included Long confronting Kennedy backstage about his actions after his match earlier in the night, with Long granting Kennedy a rematch against Batista the following week; featured a closing in-ring segment in which Batista demanded the Undertaker come out and answer the question as to which world champion he would be facing at WrestleMania, with WWE World Champion John Cena then appearing and saying he wanted to know the answer as well since Taker appeared on Raw just after Cena & Michaels won the tag team championship and gave the impression he wanted a shot at Cena’s title; moments later, Taker appeared but before he could answer Shawn Michaels came out, said nothing was proven in his and Taker’s battle at the Rumble, and challenged Taker to put his world title shot on the line in a one-on-one contest; Vince McMahon then came out, said he didn’t care what Michaels wanted, and announced Cena & Michaels would face Batista & Taker at No Way Out:
WWE US Champion Chris Benoit pinned Finlay with a roll up at 15:14 after the challenger became distracted by the Boogeyman who appeared from underneath the ring, grabbing Finlay’s midget; moments later, the midget ran away from the Boogeyman before Finlay finally forced him back under the ring
Deuce & Dominio (w/ Cherry) defeated WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Brian Kendrick & Paul London (w/ Ashley) in a non-title match at 7:43 when Domino pinned Kendrick following Deuce’s running kick to the face as Domino held Kendrick’s head off the mat
Ken Kennedy pinned Vito with the Green Bay Plunge at 2:38; after the match, Kennedy choked Vito with his own dress
Ashley defeated Jillian Hall and Kristal in a bikini contest; Jillian objected to the rules and opted to sing Britney Spears’ “Oops, I Did it Again…” to show her talents until MC for the contest, John Bradshaw Layfield, took the mic away, saying “Michael Hayes singing ‘Badstreet’ was better than that;” after the contest, Ashley stripped Jillian
Mike Mizanin pinned Matt Hardy at 4:30 with the Mizard of Oz after Joey Mercury interfered and hit Hardy in the jaw with his protective face mask, knocking Hardy out

WWE (Raw) @ Madison, WI – Alliant Energy Center – February 2, 2007 (4,000)
Super Crazy defeated Chris Masters
Vladimir Kozlov defeated Scotty 2 Hotty
WWE Women’s Champion Mickie James defeated Victoria
The Great Khali defeated Eugene
Cryme Tyme defeated Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas
WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Randy Orton defeated Carlito Caribbean Cool
WWE IC Champion Jeff Hardy & Matt Hardy defeated Johnny Nitro & Joey Mercury
WWE World Champion John Cena defeated Umaga via disqualification
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