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August 31, 1992 - London, England
Wembley Arena

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Non-Televised Match
Papa Shango def. "El Matador" Tito Santana via Pinfall (6:00)

Non-Televised Match
Tatanka def. The Berzerker via Pinfall (5:46)

Non-Televised Match
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan &
"The Bushwhackers"

(Luke & Butch)
def. The Mountie &
"The Nasty Boys"

(Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags)
via Pinfall (12:33)
Notes: Duggan pinned Mountie.

Match #1
"The Legion of Doom"
(Hawk & Animal)
w/Paul Ellering, Rocko
def. "Money, Inc."
(Ted DiBiase & Irwin R. Schyster)
w/Jimmy Hart
via Pinfall (11:58)
Notes: LOD threw DiBiase into the ropes, IRS was knocked down, and Animal slammed and pinned DiBiase.

Match #2
Nailz def. Virgil via TKO (3:17)
Notes: Nailz choked out Virgil, and the referee stopped the match. Nailz then got his nightstick and beat down Virgil.

Match #3
"The Model" Ric Martel DRAW Shawn Michaels
w/Sensational Sherri
via Dbl Countout (8:08)
Notes: The two men were fighting over Sensational Sherri, who had made a stipulation that no man could punch the other in the face. When Martel and Michaels were slapping each other in the face, Sherri fainted. Martel started doing CPR, but Michaels started punching him in the aisle, hence the countout. Both men tried to carry Sherri back, but the other kept knocking them down. Eventually Martel came out with a bucket of water, and tossed in on Sherri, who was in Shawn's arms at the time.

Match #4 - WWF World Tag Team Championship
"The Natural Disasters"
(Earthquake & Typhoon)
def. "The Beverly Brothers"
(Beau & Blake Beverly)
w/The Genius
via Pinfall (10:23)
Notes: Earthquake pinned Beau. Typhoon got his butt kicked, but 'Quake saved the day.

Match #5
Crush def. Repo Man via Submission (4:02)
Notes: In the battle of the former Demolition members, Crush got the win with his lovely head squeeze maneuver. Yay.

Match #6 - WWF World Heavyweight Championship
The Ultimate Warrior
def. "Macho Man" Randy Savage
via Countout (26:15)
Notes: In the buildup to this match, Ric Flair and Mr. Perfect were playing Macho and Warrior against each other by stating that Perfect would be in one combatant's corner. It was a scam, because Perfect and Flair never sided with either man, they were just playing some mind games. Even during the match after Perfect came out, the interference was ambiguous. Macho Man was eventually counted out due to the interference from Perfect.

Match #7
The Undertaker
w/Paul Bearer
def. Kamala
w/Harvey Whippleman, Kimchee
via DQ (3:40)
Notes: The match ended when Kimchee came in and hit the Undertaker with his pith helmet. 'Taker came out in a black hearse. A nice entrance for him.

NEAR ENTRYWAY: "Rowdy" Roddy Piper came out and played "Scotland the Brave" on the bagpipes, and was accompanied by many other players.

Match #8 - WWF Intercontinental Championship
The British Bulldog
w/Lennox Lewis
def. Bret "Hitman" Hart
via Pinfall (25:11)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- In arguably the best match of both Hart and Bulldog's careers, Bulldog caputed the IC title. This was a hell of a match, and should be required viewing for anyone learning to be a wrestler. Great all the way around.

Commentary:Vince McMahon and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
w/Gene Okerlund, Sean Mooney, Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer:Howard Finkel
Referees/Officials:Joey Marella, Danny Davis, Earl Hebner, Mike Chioda, Pat Patterson, Rene Goulet, Dave Hebner, Tony Garea, etc.

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