April 5, 1986

Nassua Coliseum in Uniondale, New York (16,585 Fans)
Rosemont Horizon in Chicago, Illinois (9,000 Fans)
Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California (14,500 Fans)
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    Nassua Coliseum in Uniondale, New York (Vince McMahon & Susan Saint James):

  1. MATCH: Paul Orndorff vs Don Muraco w/Mr Fuji went to a DOUBLE COUNT OUT..

  2. IC TITLE MATCH: Randy "Macho Man" Savage w/Elizabth def George "The Animal" Steele to retain..
    • George Steele was at his best during this match, digging the stuffings out of corner pads..
    • George Steele was continuously distracted by the presence of Elizabeth at ringside..
    • Randy Savage pinned George Steele with his feet up on the second ropes to retain the IC title..

  3. MATCH: Jake "The Snake" Roberts def George Welles after a DDT..

  4. INTERVIEW: Lou Duva (Trainer) & Rowdy Roddy Piper & "Cowboy" Bob Orton..
    • Roddy Piper says that if Mr. T knocks him out he will retire from professional wrestling!
    • Roddy Piper says he would never shave his head like an indian and paint himself black..

  5. BOXING MATCH: Mr. T w/Joe Frazier & Little Haiti def Rowdy Roddy Piper w/Bob Orton by DQ..
    • Roddy Piper knocked Mr. T down to the mat during the second round of the contest..
    • Roddy Piper took a shot at Mr. T moments after the second round ended..
    • Mr. T fought back and knocked Roddy Piper down early in the third round!
    • Mr. T knocked Roddy Piper down and out through the ropes to the floor with about a minute left..
    • Roddy Piper started round 4 off by throwing his stool accross the ring at Mr. T..
    • Roddy Piper & Mr. T exchanged punches back and fourth until Piper got desperate and bodyslammed T!
    • Mr. T wins the contest as a result of a disqualification..

    Rosemont Horizon in Chicago, Illinois (Gorilla Monsoon, Gene Okerland & Kathy Lee Gifford):

  6. WOMENS TITLE MATCH: The Fabulous Moolah def Velvet McIntyre to retain..

  7. FLAG MACH: Cpl. Kirchner def Nickolai Volkoff w/Fred Blassie..
    • Fred Blassie tried to throw his cane in the ring, but Kirchner caught it and used it!

  8. INTERVIEW: Gene Okerland & Big John Studd & Bill Fralic..

  9. INVITATIONAL BATTLE ROYAL: Andre The Giant def 19 other wrestlers and NFL players..
    • Jimbo Covert (Bears), Pedro Morales, Tony Atlas, Ted Arcidi, Harvey Martin (Cowboys);
    • Dan Spivey, Hillbilly Jim, King Tonga, The Iron Sheik, Ernie Holmes (Steelers), Big John Studd;
    • B. Brian Blair, Jumpin' Jim Brunzell, Bill Fralic (Falcons), Bret Hart, Jim Neidhart;
    • Russ Francais (49ers), Bruno Sammartino, William "Refridgerator" Perry (Bears), Andre The Giant;
    • Guest time keeper was the "Where's the beef" woman..
    • Guest referees were Dick Buttkis & Too Tall Jones..
    • Guest broadcast announcer was Ernie Ladd, who joined Gorilla Monsoon in the booth..
    • Big John Studd went into the match with a chip on his shoulder thinking NFL players shouldn't be there..
    • Big John Studd eliminated Refridgerator Perry, who requested to shake Studd's hand..
    • Refridgerator Perry pulled Big John Studd out by the hand to eliminate him!
    • Andre the Giant eliminated Jim Neidhart, and then Bret Hart to win the battle royal!
      • #1 and #2 King Tonga and Jimbo Covert eliminated eachother
      • #3 Ernie Holmes by Bruno Sammartino
      • #4 Jumpin Jim Brunzell by Jim Neidhart
      • #5 Tony Atlas by William Perry
      • #6 and #7 Harvey Martin and Pedro Morales eliminated eachother
      • #8 Ted Arcidi by Hillbilly Jim,B.Brian Blair and Danny Spivey
      • #9 Danny Spivey by Iron Sheik
      • #10 and #11 Hillbilly Jim and B.Brian Blair by Iron Sheik
      • #12 Bill Fralic by Big John Studd and Iron Sheik
      • #13 Iron Sheik by Bruno Sammartino
      • #14 Bruno Sammartino by Big John Studd
      • #15 William "Refridgerator" Perry by Big John Studd
      • #16 Big John Studd by William Perry (Perry tricked Studd by shaking his hand and pulling him out.)
      • #17 Russ Francis by The Hart Foundation
      • #18 Jim Neidhart by Andre The Giant
      • #19 Bret Hart by Andre The Giant
      • WINNER:Andre The Giant

  10. TAG TITLE MATCH: The British Bulldogs w/Lou Albano beat The Dream Team w/Johnny Valiant to the titles!
    • The British Bulldogs had Ozzy Osbourne in their corner as well as Captain Lou Albano..
    • Davey Boy Smith flung Greg Valentine into the corner where he knocked heads with Dynamite Kid!
    • Dynamite Kid fells to the floor and Greg Valentine fell backwards and got pinned by Davey Boy!

    Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California (Jesse Ventura, Alfred Hayes & Elmiyra):

  11. MATCH: Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat def Hercules Hernandez..

  12. MATCH: "Adorable" Adrian Adonis w/Jimmy Hart def Uncle Elmer..

  13. TAG MATCH: Terry & Hoss Funk w/Jimmy Hart def Tito Santana & The Junk Yard Dog..
    • Jimmy Hart tossed his megaphone into Terry Funk, who whacked Junk Yard Dog behind the referees back..

  14. WWF TITLE CAGE MATCH: Hulk Hogan def King Kong Bundy w/Bobby Heenan to retain..
    • Hulk Hogan's ribs were heavily taped from an assult that occured on Saturday Night's Main Event..
    • Early in the match, King Kong Bundy removed the tape from around Hulk Hogan's mid-section..
    • Hulk Hogan fought back and rammed King Kong Bundy's head into the cage, busting him open!
    • Hulk Hogan later tried to slam King Kong Bundy but fell backwards..
    • King Kong Bundy followed up with a huge Avalanche and then a Bundy-Splash!
    • Hulk Hogan 'hulked up' and came back with a scoop body slam and a leg drop in the middle of the ring!
    • Hulk Hogan climbed the steel cage but King Kong Bundy grabbed his tights, only to have Hulk kick him back!
    • Hulk Hogan climbed over the top of the cage and down to the floor to win the match!
    • Hulk Hogan stalked Bobby Heenan outside the ring, and shed up inside the cage with the Brain!
    • Hulk Hogan roughed up Bobby Heenan and flipped him head-over-heels into the steel cage..
    • Special Guest ring announcer Tommy Lasorta announces Hulk Hogan the winner of the match!


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