Worst pro wrestling event you attended?

You were asked about the best pro wrestling event that you attended.  What was the worst?  

The 1991 Superstars taping in Edmonton that featured the Funeral Parlor where Jake Roberts first told Ultimate Warrior to trust him.  It felt 16 hours long and I had to sit through IRS v. Jim Duggan at one point.  Check out THIS lineup of stars:

WWF @ Edmonton, Alberta – Northlands Coliseum – July 9, 1991 (8,500)
WWF Superstars taping:
Included a segment in which Dino Bravo, without the dyed blonde hair, appeared, interrupted the Mountie, and punched him to turn babyface; WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect no showed due to injury
Biff Wellington pinned Hutch Thomas with a tombstone
The Brooklyn Brawler defeated Joe Cruz
Louie Spicolli defeated Mike Rogelli
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Larry Williams; the bout was later redone
Sid Justice pinned the Warlord
Virgil pinned Ted Dibiase with a cradle
The Ultimate Warrior defeated the Undertaker via disqualification
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Jim Duggan defeated Sgt. Slaughter & Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan) at 4:05 when Hogan pinned Mustafa with an inside cradle immediately after Adnan threw powder into Hogan's eyes (Hulkamania 6)
Prime Time Wrestling – 7/22/91: The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Jimmy Snuka after reversing a crossbody at 4:25
Prime Time Wrestling – 7/29/91: Jim Duggan fought IRS to a double count-out at 8:01 after Duggan threw IRS into the ringpost but failed to get back into the ring before the 10-count; after the bout, IRS attacked Duggan from behind but Duggan eventually cleared him from the ring with the 2×4 (WrestleFest 93Best of the WWF: Battle of the WWF Superstars)
All American Wrestling – 8/4/91: Jake Roberts defeated Typhoon (w/ Jimmy Hart) via disqualification at the 4-minute mark when Earthquake interfered; after the match, Earthquake set Roberts up for the sit-down splash but Roberts moved out of the way; the heels then grabbed the bag with Jake’s snake, Lucifer, inside and were about to squash it until Andre the Giant came to ringside and distracted them long enough for Jake to regain possession of the bag
Prime Time Wrestling – 8/5/91: Col. Mustafa (w/ Gen. Adnan & Sgt. Slaughter) pinned Davey Boy Smith at 3:56 after Sgt. Slaughter interfered and tripped Smith, while he had Mustafa in the running powerslam position, with Mustafa falling on top for the win; after the bout, Smith chased the opposition away with a steel chair
Prime Time Wrestling – 8/5/91: Dino Bravo pinned Louie Spicolli at 2:13 with the side suplex; the WWF Superstars logo was used in the replay of the match finish, perhaps suggesting the match was originally intended to air on Superstars
Prime Time Wrestling – 8/12/91: Greg Valentine defeated the Black Knight via submission with the figure-4 at 3:17
Prime Time Wrestling – 8/12/91: Paul Roma (w/ Slick) pinned Tim Patterson with a splash off the top at 3:19
7/27/91 – hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, where footage was shown of last weeks announcement on WWF Superstars that Sid Justice would be the guest referee for the Match Made in Hell at Summer Slam; included a vignette promoting the debut of Skinner; featured Jake Roberts as a guest of the Funeral Parlor, during which Roberts said he would share with the Ultimate Warrior the secrets of the darkside and the Undertaker; included a Summer Slam Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund, featuring comments from Hulk Hogan & the Ultimate Warrior, Virgil, and Ted Dibiase & Sensational Sherri about their matches at the event, and comments from the fans about the Match Made in Heaven:
Kerry Von Erich pinned Vern Siebert at 1:51 with the Tornado Punch
The Berzerker (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Chi Chi Cruz via count-out at 2:13 after throwing his opponent over the top rope to the floor
Bret Hart defeated Hutch Thomas via submission at 2:09 with the Sharpshooter; during the bout, Mr. Perfect & Coach cut an insert promo on Hart and their match at Summer Slam
The Warlord (w/ Slick) defeated Larry Williams via submission at 1:55 with the full nelson
The Bushwhackers (w/ Andre the Giant) defeated Bob Bradley & Mike Starr at 1:55 when Butch pinned Starr following the double gutbuster; during the bout, the Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on the Bushwhackers & Andre and their match at Summer Slam
The Mountie (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Steve May at the 41-second mark with a two-handed chokeslam; during the bout, the Big Bossman cut an insert promo on Mountie and their match at Summer Slam; after the bout, the Mountie handcuffed his opponent to the turnbuckle and shocked him with his shock stick
8/3/91 – hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; featured a pre-taped segment of Jake Roberts having the Ultimate Warrior lay in the same casket the Undertaker once locked him in to help prepare Warrior to face the Undertaker; after closing the lid, Roberts locked Warrior in the casket; moments later, Roberts opened the casket and the Warrior sat up and stared at the camera in a fasion similar to the Undertaker; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Warrior regarding their upcoming Summer Slam match against Sgt. Slaughter, Gen. Adnan, & Col. Mustafa; during the segment, Sid Justice appeared:
Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Ed Moretti & Mike Roselli when Jannetty pinned Roselli after being thrown onto him by Michaels at 2:20
Ricky Steamboat pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a flying bodypress at the 55-second mark
The Natural Disasters (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Stan Saxson & Doug Carson when Earthquake pinned Saxson with the sit-down splash, following a splash from Typhoon at 2:13
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned Brian Jewel with the tombstone at 1:47; after the bout, Jewel was stuffed into a bodybag
Sgt. Slaughter (w/ Col. Mustafa & Gen. Adnan) defeated Larry Williams & Bob Jones in a handicap match; Slaughter pinned Jones with a clothesline at the 1-mintue mark and defeated Williams via submission with the Camel Clutch at 2:07; after the bout, Slaughter kept the hold applied on Williams and Mustafa came into the ring and applied the hold to Jones
8/10/91 – hosted by Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, & Randy Savage; included an 'Update' segment, hosted by Gene Okerlund, showing footage from last weeks WWF Superstars of the interview segment with WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, the Ultimate Warrior, & Sid Justice, with comments afterwards from Hogan and Warrior about the match; featured a pre-taped segment in which Jake Roberts and the Ultimate Warrior were shown in a cemetary, with Warrior digging a grave and pulling a skull out; moments later, Roberts buried Warrior up to his head in the open grave to help prepare him to face the Undertaker; included a Summer Slam Report, hosted by Gene Okerlund, featuring comments from Sgt. Slaughter, Gen. Adnan & Col. Mustafa, WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect & Coach, Bret Hart, the Natural Disasters & Jimmy Hart, and the Bushwhackers & Andre the Giant about their matches at the event; included a promo from Bobby Heenan, holding the NWA World title belt, saying the man who holds this belt may be coming to the WWF soon, and he would be happy to be his advisor; Heenan then compared the belt to Hulk Hogan's WWF World title belt as like comparing ice cream to horse manure before finally mentioning the man he was talking about was Ric Flair:
The Big Bossman pinned Mike Starr at 2:12 with the sidewalk slam; during the bout, the Mountie & Jimmy Hart cut an insert promo on his Jailhouse match with Bossman at Summer Slam
The Beverly Brothers (w/ Coach) defeated Louie Spicolli & Brian Jewel at 2:43 when Beau pinned Jewel following the head spike
IRS pinned Chi Chi Cruz with the Write Off Samoan Drop at 1:45; during the bout, Greg Valentine cut an insert promo on his match with IRS at Summer Slam
Davey Boy Smith pinned Tim Patterson at 1:55 with the running powerslam
WWF Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Doug Carson & Ken Johnson at 2:44 when Knobbs pinned Carson with the running powerslam; during the bout, the Legion of Doom cut an insert promo on their match with the Nastys at Summer Slam

Ted Dibiase (w/ Sensational Sherri) defeated Bobby Jones via submission at 2:10 with the Million $ Dream; during the bout, Virgil cut an insert promo on his match with Dibiase at Summer Slam