Stone Cold Steve Austin dresses down some members of The Alliance, and accidentally launches one of wrestling’s most annoying crowd chants
Owen Hart makes his WWF television debut, under a mask as The Blue Angel, defeating Barry Horowitz at a television taping in Los Angeles
The immortal Hulk Hogan faces Yokozuna in England, in what would be his final WWF match after nearly a decade with the company
Senior Editor Jim Phillips concludes this long-winding series on the history of the WWF, going from a territory to a global powerhouse
Stone Cold Steve Austin defeats Owen Hart to win the WWF Intercontinental Championship, despite suffering a broken neck during the match.
The mega event from the summer of ’88. (Video of the steel cage main event featuring Andre the Giant vs. Hulk Hogan)
The mystery of who will manage Randy Savage is ended, when The Macho Man’s better half makes her first appearance in the World Wrestling Federation
Bobby Heenan debuts the WCW World Heavyweight Championship on WWF television.
The future Hall of Famer makes her WWF debut, and goes right after The Fabulous Moolah and the gold
Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson become the first team in history to capture the NWA and WWF World tag team titles
After Bret Hart defeats Bob Backlund to retain the WWF Championship, Backlund shakes his hand, then brutally attacks him, applying the crossface chickenwing
Booker T defends the WCW Word title against Buff Bagwell on the WWF’s flagship show, after Vince McMahon purchases World Championship Wrestling
Mankind and The Undertaker face off in Hell in the Cell , in one of the most memorable matches of all time
The ridiculous de-push of EC3 is eerily and tragically reminiscent of another blue chip, can’t -miss prospect from 20 years ago…
Paul Orndorff attacks the WWF champ in a moment that has been memorialized as “The Great Betrayal”.