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August 29, 1994 - Chicago, Illinois
United Center

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Non-Televised Match
Adam Bomb def. Kwang via Pinfall

Match #1
Irwin R. Schyster &
Bam Bam Bigelow

w/Ted DiBiase
def. "The Headshrinkers"
(Samu & Fatu)
w/Afa, Lou Albano
via DQ (7:19)
Notes: The Headshrinkers were DQed when Afa came into the ring and attacked Bam Bam. I guess they couldn't deal with the questionable tactics of DiBiase's men. Both teams brawled their way back to the locker room.

Match #2 - WWF Women's Championship
Alundra Blayze
def. Bull Nakano
w/Luna Vachon
via Pinfall (8:16)
Notes: I must be honest and say that this match was pretty good. The crowd was freaking out for Blayze.

Match #3 - WWF Intercontinental Championship
Razor Ramon
w/Walter Payton
def. Diesel
w/Shawn Michaels
via Pinfall (15:00)
Notes: -TITLE CHANGE- Hebner got in Payton's face, allowing Michaels to get into the ring. The superkick missed and hit Diesel. As Razor went for the cover, Walter Payton prevented Michaels from getting back into the ring.

Match #4
Tatanka def. Lex Luger via Pinfall (6:01)
Notes: All the buildup made it seem that Luger was going to join Ted DiBiase's Corporation. When Luger got on a roll, DiBiase came out with bag of money. Luger was distracted and Tatanka came up from behind to get the pin. DiBiase got into the ring and offered Luger the money, but Luger slapped it away. It was then that Tatanka jumped Luger from behind, and it was revealed that Tatanka was the one who sold out. And yes, DiBiase had Tatanka shove some dough down Luger's throat.

Match #5
"Double J" Jeff Jarrett def. Mabel
via Pinfall (5:54)
Notes: Mabel really looked like Grimace from McDonald's in his huge purple pajamas. But Double J played the Hamburglar and stole the match!!

Match #6 - WWF World Heavyweight Championship - Steel Cage Match
Bret "Hitman" Hart
def. "King of Harts" Owen Hart
Notes: The entire Hart family, Davey Boy Smith, Jim Neidhart, Stu and Helen were all ringside. This was what a cage match is supposed to be. Plenty of high spots, great execution by both men, and there were plenty of near-wins. Both men were on the outside of the cage and Owen fell, but his leg was caught in the cage. Bret easly jumped down for the win. After, Jim Neidhart attacked British Bulldog and then Owen and The Anvil locked themselves into the cage with Bret. They beat him up pretty good and fought off the other Hart family members who were trying to get into the cage. Eventually they were forced from the ring.

Match #7
The Undertaker
w/Paul Bearer
def. The Undertaker
w/Ted DiBiase
via Pinfall (9:08)
Notes: Paul Bearer had some druids come out with a coffin, and he revealed his new, giant urn with a bright flashlight inside. Then the real 'Taker returned in his new purple outfit. I forgot this match was even on, but I caught the end, and the real deal won with a Tombstone and the druids through the fake in the coffin. The crowd was "dead" through the whole match. This whole angle really blew. Not to mention Leslie Nielsen and George Kennedy running around trying to solve the mystery a la "Naked Gun." They should have ended with the Owen and Bret fight.

Commentary:Vince McMahon and Jerry "The King" Lawler
w/Todd Pettengil, "Macho Man" Randy Savage
Ring Announcer:Howard Finkel
Referees/Officials:Jack Doan, Mike Chioda, Tim White, Earl Hebner, etc.

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