August 29, 1994 – Chicago, Illinois
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TAG TEAM MATCH
Bam Bam Bigelow & Irwin R. Schyster defeated The Head Shrinkers by DQ:
WWF WOMENS TITLE MATCH
Alundra Blayze defeated Bull Nakano to retain the WWF Women’s title:
WWF INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH
Razor Ramon w/Walter Payton defeated Diesel w/Shawn Michaels to win the WWF Intercontinental title!: The night before, Shawn Michaels & Diesel won the Tag Team titles from The Headshrinkers at a House Show. . . . Shawn Michaels kept interfering, so Walter Payton did his job and kept him busy at ringside. After the match, Diesel was upset at Shawn Michaels for “not being there for him”..
Todd Pettengill interviewed Lex Luger & Tatanka: Tatanka continued to accuse Lex Luger of selling out to the Million Dollar Man, Ted DiBiase..
“Native American” Tatanka defeated Lex Luger: Ted DiBiase came down with a bag of money and distracted Lex Luger — so Tatanka rolled him up for the pin! Luger confronted Tatanka, and then confronted Ted DiBiase — until Tatanka attacked Luger from behind! It became apparent that it was Tatanka who sold out to the Million Dollar Man all along!!!!!!!
Jeff Jarrett defeated Mabel w/Oscar & Mo:
Leslie Nelson & ???? (from Naked Gun movies): They were searching for the Undertaker (right behind you!).
WWF HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE STEEL CAGE MATCH
Bret “The Hitman” Hart defeated Owen Hart to retain to retain the WWF Heavyweight title!: Vince McMahon interviewed Stu Hart & Helen Hart, who were sitting at ringside with the rest of the Hart Family. Vince McMahon also interviewed Davey Boy Smith, Jim Neidhart and Bruce Hart also sitting ringside. Bret Hart won this spectacular match, but Jim Neidhart jumped into the Cage and he and Owen Hart double-teamed Bret Hart. Davey Boy Smith, Bruce Hart and some other Harts scaled the Cage desperately to rescue Bret. Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart climbed out of the Cage and escaped to the safety of the backstage area..
The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated The Fake Undertaker (Brian Lee) w/Ted DiBiase: Ted DiBiase brought down his Evil Undertaker — played by one of Undertaker’s “real life” friends — Brian Lee. Paul Bearer then came down with an oversized ern and opened the top, shining a light up to the ceiling. The lights began to flicker (simulating thunder and lighting) and The REAL Undertaker finally made his entrance. The fans watched with a erie stunned silence as The Undertaker wrestled The Undertaker. The REAL Undertaker tombstoned The FAKE Undertaker and pinned him, then rolled him into a casket