The very first episode of WWF Monday Night RAW airs, beginning the most successful and influential wrestling program of the modern era.
Ric Flair makes a heroic return to the top of the mountain – in the event that he made famous, by defeating Vader for the WCW World title
On the Eighth Day of Christmas… we get our game on with the 1993 Sega CD classic, which featured 16-bit graphics and 20 playable characters
Tommy Dreamer makes his ECW debut at NWA BLOODFEST, beginning his long run with the iconic, hardcore company
The Heartbreak Kid has the IC championship taken away, following a suspension for a positive drug test
At WCW Fall Brawl, Rick Rude defeats Ric Flair to win the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship
The Shockmaster makes his legendary – and infamous – debut at WCW Clash of the Champions XXIV, falling through a wall and losing his helmet
The immortal Hulk Hogan faces Yokozuna in England, in what would be his final WWF match after nearly a decade with the company
Clash of the Champions XXIII – with Eric Bischoff as Executive Producer – features Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs. The Hollywood Blonds, 2-out-of-3 falls.
Bret Hart defeats Bam Bam Bigelow to win the 1993 King of the Ring Tournament, and in the process, becomes the only man in history in take the crown twice
The Heartbreak Kid takes on Marty Janetty for the Intercontinental title, as the early stages of The Kliq begin to form behind the scenes
1993 – In Philadelphia, Don Muraco defeats The Sandman to win the Eastern Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Championship
25 years ago today, former World Wrestling Federation superstar Dino Bravo is found murdered in his home in Quebec, after being shot 17 times
1993 – Brian Pillman and Steve Austin, The Hollywood Blondes, capture the World tag team titles when they defeat Shane Douglas and Ricky Steamboat
1993 – WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader defeats Sting in a ‘White Castle of Fear’ Leather Strap match at SuperBrawl III