April 1st, 1990
From the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Your hosts are Gorilla Monsoon and Jesse “The Body” Ventura
Robert Goulet sings the Canadian National Anthem to start off the show.
Koko B. Ware vs. Rick “The Model” Martel
Martel attacks Koko right after the bell. Koko comes back with a crossbody for a nearfall then hits a pair of dropkicks. Martel gets knocked outside as Koko starts flapping his arms. Koko slingshots Martel back inside but Martel sidesteps a charge and sends him to the floor. Martel boots Koko off of the apron as the announcers talk up the SkyDome as the camera shows the match on the giant scoreboard. Back inside, Martel gets a nearfall with a suplex then tries for the Boston Crab but Koko makes his way to the ropes. Martel then tries a few turnbuckle smashes but they have zero effect as Koko starts firing away as Martel just flops down as he apparently expected Koko to hit him again during an obvious blown spot. Koko then tries another crossbody but Martel ducks then puts on the Boston Crab for the win (5:30) **.
Thoughts: One badly blown spot aside, this was fine for an opening match. Koko showed some fire but this was designed to get Martel over as his model character was in the midst of a push. Koko really started to slide down the card after this and in a few months was doing some TV enhancement work.
Gene Okerlund is backstage with Bobby Heenan & The Colossal Connection as he jokingly refers to them as the “Colostomy Connection” which upsets Heenan as they promise to eliminate Demolition. Now, we see Sean Mooney in the locker room with Demolition as they promise to knock down Andre the Giant en route to once again becoming Tag Team Champions.
WWF Tag Team Title Match: Colossal Connection (c) w/ Bobby Heenan vs. Demolition
Demolition gets attacked before the bell. Haku is in with Smash now but Smash ducks a chop then hammers away. Demolition take turns beating on Haku despite the fact Andre came in to attack Ax. Haku thumbs Smash in the eye then they fight over a backslide as Smash wins that battle until Andre comes in and breaks it up. Ax tags back in but Haku chops him in the throat as the champs are back in control. Heenan slaps Ax in the face then Haku almost gets the win after a headbutt from Andre. Smash breaks up another pin attempt but Haku remains in control and puts on a nerve hold as the fans rally behind Ax. Andre chokes out Ax behind the referees back then Haku cuts off a comeback attempt and hits a shoulderbreaker for a two count. Ax boots Haku in the corner then comes back with a clothesline and eventually makes the tag as Smash runs wild. Andre comes in and Demolition knocks him into the corner with a double clothesline. The match breaks down then Andre holds up Smash for Haku but ends up getting nailed with a thrust kick and is tied in the ropes. Demolition then hits Haku with a double clothesline and with the crowd going nuts hits the Decapitation for the win (9:15) *1/2.
Thoughts: Poor Haku had to carry this one as his partner was practically immobile with Ax was in poor shape and Smash just wasn’t any good in the ring. He did an admirable job here but the match itself was not special at all. The fans popped huge for Demolition winning the match though.
After the match, Heenan gets in Andre’s face and yells at him. Heenan slaps Andre, who responds by swatting him around then kicks him out of the ring. Haku tries to surprise Andre with a thrust kick but Andre was ready and beats him down. Heenan & Haku then head to the motorized cart but Andre tosses them off and leaves by himself with the crowd giving him a loud ovation. This was Andre’s final match with the company and the crowd loved that he turned of Heenan. Having his sendoff here on the cart with the fans cheering was a memorable WrestleMania moment.
Hercules vs. Earthquake w/ Jimmy Hart
Hercules avoids a sneak attack then fires away. Hart distracts Hercules as Earthquake goes outside to regroup with his manager. Earthquake returns and the two have a test-of-strength as he wins that battle. He roughs up Hercules for a bit until he ducks his head as Hercules fires away then takes him to his knee after several clothesline. Hercules tries for the backbreaker submission but Earthquake sends him down then drops the elbow before a sitdown splash gets the win (4:54) 3/4*. After the match, Earthquake hits another splash then leaves with Hart as Hercules is finally able to get up on his own.
Thoughts: The match itself was slow and forgettable but the goal was to get over Earthquake as he beat one of the strongest men in the company with relative ease. Hercules really did not serve any purpose as a babyface but good thing for him his role would change soon. Hercules was also the first person to get up from the “aftershock.”
Rona Barrett is with Miss Elizabeth. She asks Elizabeth where she has been as Elizabeth tells us if she ever returns to ringside she will be far more active than ever before. They might as well have flashed a giant graphic on the screen saying she was returning tonight.
Mooney is in the locker room with Brutus Beefcake, who is holding a sheet of paper that shows Mr. Perfect’s record. Beefcake promises to end his perfect record.
Mr. Perfect w/ The Genius vs. Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake
Beefcake fires away to start then knocks Perfect over the top rope. He drags him back in and hits a high knee then an atomic drop that sends Perfect to the floor. Perfect comes back in and knees Beefcake in the mid-section before hammering away. Beefcake reverses an Irish whip that sends Perfect into the corner and follows with a slam that does not even get a one count. Perfect gets whipped into the corner once again then Beefacke signals for the sleeper after hitting a clothesline as Gorilla points out Mary Tyler Moore in the crowd. The Genius jumps up on the apron to provide a distraction then slips in his scroll as Perfect whacks Beefcake behind the ref’s back. Perfect stomps away then hits a neck snap before targeting the ribs. Perfect taunts the crowd then hits a knee lift as he remains in control. Beefcake uses a double-leg takedown then slingshots Perfect, who hits the post, then covers for the win (7:47) **1/2. After the match, The Genius steals Beefcake’s clippers and tries to sneak off but Beefcake stops him in the aisle and drags him inside of the ring. The Genius rolls out and tries to leave but Beefcake drags him back inside as Perfect stumbles to the back then puts Genius in a sleeper. After Genius passes out, Beefcake gives him a haircut and tosses his hair around.
Thoughts: Solid match as Perfect’s “perfect record” is no more. Perfect worked his ass off here and the finish was the same as when Jerry Lawler beat him for the AWA title just less than two years prior. However, that finish worked better in a 20+ minute hard-fought match than it did here in a match that was not as heated and as a result came off a bit anti-climatic. This also positions Beefcake as the #3 babyface, behind Hogan and Warrior.
We are shown a video package of the Roddy Piper/Bad News Brown feud.
Bad News Brown vs. Roddy Piper
Piper comes out with half of his body painted black. Jesse then says he will have to biased her as Piper is his tag team partner, referencing the TV Pilot they shot. Piper does some disco dancing using his half-painted black side then struts around as Bad News is pissed. They start rolling around the mat to start. Piper gets two with a crossbody then Bad News chokes him out on the mat until the ref separates them. The crowd gets behind Piper as he fires away. Bad News fights back and knocks down Piper before working a nerve hold. Bad News cuts off a comeback then hits a slam before getting two with an elbow drop. Bad News cuts off another comeback attempt then removes a turnbuckle pad but Piper reverses an Irish whip that sends Bad News into the exposed steel then reaches into his tights and pulls out a white glove he puts on then runs wild. They end up outside where they start brawling and end up getting counted out (6:47) *. After the match, the ref heads outside and is tossed down until several officials run out and eventually break up the fight.
Thoughts: This had heat but the brawl itself was not very good at all. Bad News never sold anything in the WWF while Piper was too far out there at this time. According to Bad News, he was supposed to go over here but Piper refused to do the job so they apparently compromised with a double count-out finish. Piper was going back to Hollywood at this time too so I could understand why Bad News was pissed about the finish. Bad News also said that Piper & Vince loved the storyline and said they were both racist. Bad News also said that while Piper got paid $50,000 for the match he only received $10,000 Canadian dollars. This was the end of this bizarre feud.
Steve Allen is playing the piano in the showers as he rehearses the Russian National Anthem with The Bolsheviks. He proceeds to play his own version and gets in a good joke “no more Stalin” as Zhukov has to prevent his partner from going after Allen. It was fine as a comedy segment.
Hart Foundation vs. The Bolsheviks
The Bolsheviks sing the Russian National Anthem but the Hart Foundation attack them from behind. Volkoff gets knocked outside then the Hart Foundation hit Zhukov with the Hart Attack for the win as Jesse screams how the Bolsheviks were jumped and do not deserve a future title shot (0:19).
Thoughts: This was for the best. The Bolsheviks were a horrible team in every single way and the having the Hart Foundation dispense of them quickly was a good move as they are now going to get a future title shot against Demolition, which had been foreshadowed on TV the day prior during “Superstars of Wrestling.”
Vince McMahon voices over a video package telling us that WrestleMania VII will take place on March 24th at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. They wasted no time trying to hype up next year’s show.
The Barbarian w/ Bobby Heenan vs. Tito Santana
Before the match, Okerlund was with Santana and put over how he has been at every WrestleMania. Jesse makes all sorts of cracks at Santana’s expense and most of them are funny. The Barbarian beats on Santana to start. Santana fights back and gets two with a crossbody then puts on a side headlock. Barbarian catches Santana on his shoulders but Santana punches him down and gets a two count. Santana runs into a big boot then Barbarian follows with a shoulderbreaker but misses an elbow drop from the middle rope as both men are down. Santana avoids a charge then fires away. He knocks Barbarian down after a pair of dropkicks then hits the flying forearm but Heenan puts Barbarian’s foot on the ropes to break the count. Barbarian comes back to snap Santana’s neck off of the top rope then gets the win with a top rope clothesline (4:33) *.
Thoughts: Not much here but it the goal was to give Barbarian a win over a credible competitor. Tito really had nothing going on at all during this time so he could afford the loss.
Video package to hype the Dusty Rhodes & Sapphire vs. Macho King Randy Savage & Queen Sherri match.
Mooney is in the locker room with Dusty & Sapphire as they tell their opponents they are missing the “crown jewel.” Before the match, Dusty reveals the crown jewel and introduces Miss Elizabeth while Savage & Sherri are going mental.
Macho King Randy Savage & Queen Sherri vs. Dusty Rhodes & Sapphire w/ Miss Elizabeth
The rules are men vs. men and women vs. women while in the ring. Dusty knocks down Savage but Sherri attacks from behind. Sherri gets backed up until Sapphire grabs her hair. Dusty catches Savage then drops him as he knocks Sherri down. Dusty rolls Sherri inside as Sapphire uses a few hip smashes that Sherri sells like a champ. Sapphire hits the world’s slowest airplane spin as Sherri had to pull her down for the pin attempt. Dusty tags in and gets distracted by Sherri as Savage attacks from behind. Dusty holds up Savage as Sapphire slaps him then shoves Sherri into the corner but Savage sends him outside then hammers away. Savage flies out with a double ax handle as Sherri lands in a few shots on Dusty too. Sapphire steps in front of Dusty for the save so Savage goes out and tosses her down before beating on Dusty. Back inside, Savage gets a few nearfalls then attacks Dusty with the scepter from behind. Sherri hits Dusty with a splash for a nearfall but Dusty gets up and hits Savage & Sherri with a double noggin-knocker. Dusty hammers away in the corner then Sherri jumps on his back until Sapphire takes her off. Sherri slaps Sapphire then they fight over a hair pull until Sherri is tossed outside. Savage breaks up the pin as Sherri yells at Elizabeth then Sapphire rolls up Sherri from behind for the win (7:31) *.
Thoughts: Sapphire was just horrendous in this match. Sherri did everything she could though to make her look somewhat passable and Savage was solid but when Sapphire got involved it was really awful. Sherri deserved a medal for how hard she worked with Sapphire. The finish was fine and the crowd seemed to like Elizabeth’s involvement. This feud will continue.
Okerlund is with Heenan, who is screaming and says he is the head of the family then blames Andre for costing them the championship for standing on the apron and having Haku carry the load. Heenan then says he is starting a new family with people who will listen. At least he gave an explanation as to why he flipped out on Andre because Haku was the one who accidentally kicked Andre and you would think Heenan would be mad at him instead.
Gorilla & Jesse are backstage with Rona Barrett, who hints at having some sort of sex tape on Jesse Ventura and is about to show the footage but Jesse cuts to Sean Mooney, who is with Savage & Sherri backstage. Sherri is going mental in the background as Savage is fired up and tells us they will never be embarrassed again and that Dusty will feel his wrath before saying the crown jewel does not exist. This was something else. Sherri was at her best when paired with Savage.
Okerlund is with Demolition. They talk about this being the third championship reign and now have to focus on the Hart Foundation but promise they will stay champions.
After a five-minute intermission, Okerlund is backstage with Hulk Hogan. The Hulkster puts over the SkyDome as the greatest arena and how the fans were positive before telling the Ultimate Warrior that the energy in the crowd is from the Hulkamaniacs. Hogan then says he will ask Warrior if he wants to live forever then save him if he says “yes” but has to prove that the only thing that matters is what kind of winner or loser you are and hopes Warrior is a good loser.
Sean Mooney is with the Ultimate Warrior and gets yelled at for being a “normal” as Warrior shoves him away before yelling at Hogan. He tells Hogan that his ideas and beliefs he tells the Hulkamaniacs now live through him and he is here to bring the Warriors and Hulkamaniacs together as one. Warrior then says he take them to places they never should have been.
The Orient Express w/ Mr. Fuji vs. The Rockers
Tanaka cheap shots Jannetty after a break then sends him into the corner with a thrust kick. Jannetty catches Tanaka with a powerslam then the match breaks down with The Rockers clearing the ring. The Rockers hit stereo pescados then the action heads back inside. Fuji pulls the ropes down on Jannetty to help out his team as they are now in control. The Orient Express take control until Jannetty lands on his feet after a backdrop and makes the tag. Shawn beats on Tanaka for a bit then Sato tags in as Shawn hits a corkscrew neckbreaker. Tanaka kicks Shawn from the apron then Sato hits a gutbuster. The Orient Express cut off the ring until Shawn comes back with a clothesline then makes the tag as Marty runs wild. Gorilla notes that The Rockers looked lethargic to start the match as The Rockers send Sato out with a double dropkick that looked terrible. The Rockers set up for their double fist drop but Fuji yanks Marty off then Sato tosses salt in Marty’s eyes as he is blinded and even dumps over the railing while getting counted out (7:36) **1/4.
Thoughts: This was the match that took place after the intermission. It was fine but nothing more than that. The finish was not all that creative (I mean its the same thing Fuji had been doing for decades) as it seems these two teams will continuing feuding going forward.
Steve Allen is with Rhythm & Blues. We get some comedy as Honky promises their concert will be biggest ever as Valentine tells them they are on their way to the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Allen was amusing.
Dino Bravo w/ Jimmy Hart & Earthquake vs. Hacksaw Jim Duggan
Duggan rallies the crowd behind him then beats on Bravo until he sends him outside with a clothesline. Back inside, Duggan hits an atomic drop but misses a charge as Bravo starts hammering away. He hits Duggan with an inverted atomic drop then chokes him out on the mat. Elbow drop gets two but Duggan starts firing up. Bravo kicks Duggan down but runs into a knee smash as Duggan hits a few clotheslines and sets up for the Three Point Stance until Earthquake grabs his leg. Duggan tries to drag Earthquake on the apron but the ref stops him. Bravo has the 2×4 but Duggan takes it away then hits Bravo and gets the win (4:15) *. After the match, Earthquake attacks Duggan and hits a pair of sitdown splashes.
Thoughts: I was expecting much worse to be honest but this was fine for what it was and it gives Earthquake someone to feud with until Hogan gets back from filming “Suburban Commando” and of course they had to do something to protect Bravo in defeat.
We are shown a video package of the Ted DiBiase/Jake Roberts feud. After that, Okerlund is with Jake as he promises to make DiBiase beg, like DiBiase has done to many others in the past with his money. Jake then calls DiBiase a victim of his own greed.
Million Dollar Title Match: “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase w/ Virgil vs. Jake “The Snake” Roberts
Jake beats on DiBiase to start. DiBiase slips away from a DDT attempt then takes a breather outside. DiBiase returns and the two go back-and-forth until DiBiase slips away from a pair of DDT attempts and takes another break outside of the ring. Jake drags DiBiase inside and works the arm for a bit. He runs DiBiase outside then lands a few shots in the corner but misses a knee lift and gets sent flying into the corner. DiBiase works a front facelock on the mat as the crowd starts doing the wave. Jake rams DiBiase into the corner but DiBiase beats him down as Jake gets kicked outside. DiBiase pulls Jake into the post as most of the focus is on the crowd doing the wave. The crowd now gets behind Jake as DiBiase yells at them before hitting a piledriver. DiBiase looks at the crowd and poses over Jake then covers nonchalantly before Jake surprises him with a rollup for two. The focus is back on the match now as DiBiase puts on the Million Dollar Dream. Jake desperately tries to reach the ropes as the crowd is behind him. Jake is then able to get his foot on the ropes so DiBiase drags him to the middle of the ring and covers for a two count. He heads to the middle rope but takes too long as Jake punches him in midair. Jake fights back and hits a short-arm clothesline then signals for the DDT but DiBiase grabs the ref’s leg, allowing Virgil to drag Jake outside. Jake slams Virgil but DiBiase goes out to put on the Million Dollar Dream and is run into the post but Virgil rolls DiBiase back in as he gets the win via countout (11:53) **3/4. Jesse tells us that the title can change hands no matter what type of win because it is a non-sanctioned belt. Jake then attacks DiBiase from behind but Virgil is able to grab the belt and take off. Jake then fights off DiBiase and hits a DDT as his music plays. Jake picks up the money off of the mat and gives it to the fans, including Mary Tyler Moore.
Thoughts: This match got a lot better in the second half. It started off dull as the crowd had to entertain themselves by doing the wave but they got into it near the end. These two had some poor matches around the house show circuit but this was one of their best matches together and Jake’s best WWF PPV match.
Mooney is backstage with Slick & Akeem. Slick is happy with DiBiase’s payoff so Akeem can destroy Akeem. Bossman is now shown with Okerlund and screams about being proud over the fact he is “poor” and an American as he promises to beat Akeem.
Akeem w/ Slick vs. Big Bossman
DiBiase sneaks behind Bossman and attacks him from behind before the match even starts. He rolls Bossman inside before leaving then Akeem hits an avalanche for a two count. Akeem hammers away then Bossman hits a poor excuse of an inverted atomic drop. Bossman takes control and sends Akeem down with a clothesline then gets a sidewalk slam for the win (1:50) DUD. After the match, Bossman grabs Slick and roughs him up before Slick rolls outside.
Thoughts: Akeem was broken down here and really looked awful in the ring. Anyway, it was a good win for Bossman as he put away his former partner despite a sneak attack by DiBiase. They are quickly dropping the Akeem vs. Bossman feud and going right to DiBiase vs. Bossman. Akeem would end up quitting in a few months, stating he was not making enough money on the road to pay for his expenses and to provide for his family.
Now, we get the Rhythm & Blues concert. They are driven to the ring in a pink Cadillac driven by Diamond Dallas Page. Hart is holding up a gold record too as the “Honkettes” are in the front seat. Honky finally has the music turned on and the concert begins. The song is horrendous and the whole bit is just awful. Sure, the song was supposed to suck but this segment just dragged and went on for way too long. Honky then yells at some people selling merchandise when it ends and points out how its The Bushwhackers, who take off their disguises and head inside as Rhythm & Blues bail. The Bushwhackers play around with the guitars before smashing them. Having Honky point out the Bushwhackers before the attack was dumb and ruined any sort of surprise element, which would have likely gotten over big. This entire thing sucked.
Another ad for WrestleMania VII
“Ravishing” Rick Rude w/ Bobby Heenan vs. “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka
Steve Allen has joined on commentary. Snuka’s physique is quite enhanced to say the least. Rude hammers away to start but misses a dropkick as Snuka fights back. Rude gets pancaked then Snuka hits a backdrop before sending Rude over the top rope with a dropkick. Snuka blocks a sunset flip but ducks his head as Rude hits a snap suplex. Rude targets the neck as Allen tells us he likes Snuka because he’s wearing his wife’s underwear then Snuka fights back. He takes Rude down with a headbutt then heads up top but Rude avoids an attack. Snuka slams Rude down then heads back up top but misses a splash then Rude puts him away with the Rude Awakening (3:51) *.
Thoughts: Basic match with Rude going over but this had no heat and it was one of the less hyped matches on the card. It did give Rude a win over a name opponent though and he would have bigger plans going forward.
Video package on the Hogan/Warrior feud is shown.
WWF Title vs. Title Match: Ultimate Warrior (Intercontinental Champion) vs. Hulk Hogan (World Heavyweight Champion)
Winner gets both titles. We get a staredown to start then both men hand over their titles to referee Dave Hebner. Warrior shoves Hogan, who shoves back, then Warrior shoves Hogan into the corner as the crowd is going nuts. Hogan returns the favor then they fight over a test-of-strength. Warrior brings Hogan to his knees as Jesse is in shock but Hogan eventually gets up as he is now in control as everything has been even so far in this match, which was been hyped up as being too close to predict. Hogan drops an elbow for a two count then the two have a stalemate. They trade slams after criss-cross sequences then Warrior clotheslines Hogan to the floor. Hogan is limping on the outside as he appears to have hurt his knee. Warrior heads out and delivers a few stomps before heading back into the ring. The ref checks on Hogan, who says his knee is “gone” but that he’ll try to go back in then Warrior heads out and shoves the ref away before rolling Hogan inside. Warrior attacks the knee but Hogan uses a few eye rakes then the two start choking each other. Warrior lands a cheap shot after the break and yells at the ref but Hogan starts fighting back. He beats on Warrior in the corner then gets a nearfall with a small package. Hogan works a chinlock for a bit then once again beats on Warrior in the corner. Hogan gets a nearfall with a clothesline then goes back to the chinlock. Back suplex gets two as Hogan puts on another chinlock but the crowd rallies behind Warrior as he gets to his feet. Warrior escapes then both men clothesline each other and are out on the mat. They both slowly get to their feet as Warrior is shaking the ropes while Hogan hammers away. Warrior continues to pump up before he knocks Hogan down. Warrior hits a few clotheslines then hits a suplex for a two count before locking on a bearhug. Hogan is able to keep his arm up on the third attempt and escapes then drops down as Warrior inadvertently knocks down the referee. Warrior hits a pair of double axe handles then pumps up but Hogan sidesteps a flying shoulder tackle and drives Warrior into the mat. Hogan covers and counts by himself as the ref is still out. Warrior gets up and hits a back suplex, while Hogan was yelling for the ref to get up, then covers as the ref crawls over and counts ever so slowly as Hogan is just able to kick out. Hogan rolls up Warrior for two as the fans are all on their feet. Hogan punches away then knocks Warrior over the top rope and heads outside where they slug it out. They head inside where Warrior clotheslines Hogan then gets him up for a press slam and hits a splash. Warrior slowly turns him over but Hogan kicks out and starts to hulk up. The crowd is going out of their minds right now. Hogan fights back and hits a big boot then the leg drop but Warrior rolls out of the way and hits a splash for the win as we have a new WWF World Heavyweight Champion (22:50) ****1/4. After the match, Hogan gets the World Heavyweight Title belt and hands it to Warrior. Hogan then raises Warrior’s hand as the two hug before Hogan puts the IC Title over Warrior’s shoulder before walking away. Jesse then calls out Hogan for being a graceful loser, unlike Mike Tyson & Don King, and leaves while Warrior celebrates in the ring as fireworks are now going off.
Thoughts: Possibly the best produced match in WWF history in terms of the match layout to the camera work. Technically, it wasn’t much but it had a ton of drama and despite the fact Warrior was starting to suck wind near the end, Hogan more than carried his end of the match and did a really good job leading things. Heading into this the story being pushed on TV was that it was too difficult to predict a winner as both guys were billed as equals. The post-match stuff was excellent too with Hogan handing Warrior the belts then limping off backstage as Warrior celebrated in the ring as fireworks went off as they tried to usher in a new era. According to Bruce Prichard, Vince though the fans needed a break from Hogan as he left to film a movie and tried to replace him with Warrior, which ended up failing, but the closing scene of the show made for a great visual. Also, according to Bad News Brown, the Ultimate Warrior came up to him for advice after Vince asked what he should get for a payday here and he told Warrior to ask for $1 million because the worse that would happen is Vince saying no and Vince ended up agreeing to the amount.
Final Thoughts: While it was really a one-match show that match did deliver. The rest of the matches were lackluster overall and we had a terrible segment with the Rhythm & Blues. However, getting away from Trump Plaza and into a stadium was a great move and created a better atmosphere. They did advance storylines too that the company can build upon going forward and gave us a memorable moment with Andre’s sendoff. I’d call this the second best WrestleMania up until this point, even if that is not high praise, and highly recommend the main event but you can skip the rest, unless you are a huge Steve Allen fan.
Here is my schedule for the next several days:
Tuesday: WWF Superstars of Wrestling 4/7/90
Wednesday: EVOLVE 88 7/8/17
Thursday: Highspots Presents: Developmentally Speaking with John Morrison & Brian Cage
Friday: WWF Wrestling Challenge 4/8/90
Saturday: Mid-South Wrestling 12/2/82
Sunday: WWF Superstars of Wrestling 4/14/90
Monday: WWF Wrestling Challenge 4/15/90