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WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 19, 1970 (16,858)
Cowboy Bradley & Little Beaver defeated Sky Low Low & Little Brutus in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Eric the Red defeated Jack Vansky at 9:25
Mario Milano pinned Willie Farkus at 10:20
Bob Ellis pinned Prof. Toru Tanaka at 3:00
Karl Kovacs pinned Jean Dubois at 4:25
Gorilla Monsoon fought Ernie Ladd to a time-limit draw
WWWF International Tag Team Champions Victor Rivera & Tony Marino defeated Killer Kowalski & Waldo Von Erich in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Ivan Koloff at 18:10 after a double reverse back flip body-hold

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 9, 1970 (14,328)
Sky Low Low & Little Brutus defeated Joey Russell & Don Harvey in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Joe Turco pinned Jack Vansky at 10:04
Eric the Red pinned Jean Dubois at 10:05
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Karl Kovacs at 16:45; the match reportedly ended a minute before the time limit
Killer Kowalski fought Waldo Von Erich to a double disqualification at 8:34
Gorilla Monsoon & Mario Milano defeated Ernie Ladd & Prof. Toru Tanaka in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Milano & Monsoon won; fall #2: Ladd & Tanaka won; fall #3: Milano & Monsoon won
Ivan Koloff fought Victor Rivera to a 20-minute draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 15, 1970 (20,819; sell out; new wrestling attendance record)
Akim Manuka pinned Lee Wong at 16:50
John L. Sullivan defeated George Steele via disqualification
Mario Milano defeated Mike Conrad at 10:44
Dominic DeNucci pinned Joe Turco at 10:35
Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated Red Bastien at 12:45
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Karl Kovacs at 21:35
Beepo & Gito Mongol defeated WWWF International Tag Team Champions Victor Rivera & Tony Marino to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match (the Mongols' MSG debut)
Crusher Verdu (w/ Lou Albano) defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino at 22:43 when referee Edward Gersh stopped the bout as a result of a gash over Sammartino's eye

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 10, 1970 (20,982; sell out; new attendance record)
Little Beaver (sub. for Irish Jackie) & Jamaica Kid defeated Billy the Kid (sub. for Sky Low Low) & Frenchy Lamont
Jose Rivera defeated Mike Conrad at 9:44
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Joe Turco
Victor Rivera defeated Johnny Rodz at 10:34
Mario Milano fought George Steele to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WWWF International Tag Team Champions the Mongols defeated Gorilla Monsoon & Dr. Bill Miller (sub. for Dominic DeNucci)
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Crusher Verdu at 15:11

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 1, 1970 (17,864)
Sky Low Low & Little Brutus defeated the Jamaica Kid & Billy the Kid (Best of the WWF Vol. 2)
Manuel Soto defeated Joe Turco at 12:54
John L. Sullivan defeated Johnny Rodz at 10:39
Prof. Toru Tanaka fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a 20-minute draw
Mario Milano defeated George Steele at 11:14
Crusher Verdu defeated Gorilla Monsoon via count-out at 4:56
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & Victor Rivera defeated WWWF International Tag Team Champions the Mongols via disqualification at 10:22

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 14, 1970 (17,232)
John L. Sullivan defeated the Black Demon via disqualification at 9:36
Jack Brisco defeated Joe Turco
Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated Manuel Soto
Eddie Graham fought Baron Mikel Scicluna to a draw
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Darrell Cochran at 10:34
Ivan Koloff defeated Dr. Bill Miller at 7:29
Victor Rivera fought WWWF International Tag Team Champion Gito Mongol to a 20-minute draw
Crusher Verdu defeated Marino Milano at 10:18
WWWF International Tag Team Champion Bepo Mongol defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino via count-out at 14:24

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 23, 1970 (17,491)
Sky Low Low & Little Brutus defeated the Jamaica Kid & Sonny Boy Hayes in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 16:07
Tony Marino fought Baron Mikel Scicluna to a 20-minute draw
Eddie Graham & Jack Brisco defeated Johnny Rodz & Carlos Peredes in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0, at 14:45
Ivan Koloff defeated Gorilla Monsoon via count-out at 6:05
WWWF International Tag Team Champion Gito Mongol defeated Victor Rivera via count-out at 13:37 when Rivera failed to meet the referee's 20-count
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Crusher Verdu at 4:35
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated WWWF International Tag Team Champion Bepo Mongol at 14:30 in a Texas Death Match

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 16, 1970 (15,107)
The Jamaica Kid & Joey Russell defeated Sky Low Low & Little Brutus
WWWF International Tag Team Champions Beepo & Gito Mongol fought Victor Rivera & Chief Jay Strongbow to a draw
Manuel Soto fought the Black Demon to a draw
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Johnny Rodz & Vincenti Pometti in a handicap match
Ivan Koloff defeated Tony Marino
Crusher Verdu defeated John L. Sullivan
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Bulldog Brower at 18:55 when referee Dick Kroll stopped the bout due to a cut on the challenger's forehead

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 18, 1971 (21,666; new wrestling attendance record)
Jean DuBois defeated Joe Turco at 14:06
Vincenti Pometti defeated the Black Demon
Manuel Soto defeated Mike Conrad
Blackjack Mulligan defeated Jose Rivera at 5:35
Bulldog Brower defeated Tony Marino at 7:19
Pedro Morales defeated the Wolfman at 5:41
Chief Jay Strongbow & Gorilla Monsoon fought WWWF International Tag Team Champions the Mongols to a draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Ivan Koloff pinned WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino with a bodyslam and knee drop off the top rope to win the title at 14:55 after kicking the champion in the face as he charged into the corner

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 8, 1971 (21,812; new attendance record)
Vincenti Pometti defeated Lee Wong at 13:34
Jack Evans defeated Jean DuBois at 10:15
Sky Low Low & Little Brutus defeated Little Joey & Frenchy Landau
Blackjack Mulligan defeated Tony Marino at 8:07
Gorilla Monsoon fought WWWF International Tag Team Champion Bepo Mongol to a double count-out at 4:13
The Canadian Wolfman battled Manuel Soto to a 20-minute draw
Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated WWWF International Tag Team Champion Geeto Mongol via submission with the backbreaker at 5:27
US Champion Pedro Morales pinned WWWF World Champion Ivan Koloff to win the title at 23:18 kicking off the top turnbuckle as Koloff had him in a waist lock, with both men falling backwards and having their shoulders down, but Morales lifting his at the count of 2; after the bout, Bruno Sammartino came out to congratulate Morales on his win (History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship)

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 15, 1971 (21,430)
Sky Low Low & Little Brutus defeated Joey Russell & Sonny Boy Hayes in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1, at 19:09
Manuel Soto defeated Johnny Rodz at 7:18
Gorilla Monsoon defeated the Canadian Wolfman (Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Strongest)
Jose Rivera defeated Jack Evans at 12:24
Tony Marino pinned Mike Conrad at 13:50
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Bulldog Brower to a 20-minute draw
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Blackjack Mulligan at 14:12

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 24, 1971 (18,527)
Sonny Boy Hayes & the Haiti Kid defeated Sky Low Low & Little Brutus in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 15:59, 2-0; fall #2: Hayes & Kid won when their opponents were disqualified for illegal double teaming
Jimmy Valiant defeated Vincente Pometti at 12:28 via submission with a backbreaker (Valiant's MSG debut)
Manuel Soto defeated Juan Caruso at 11:32
Beautiful Bobby defeated Mike Pappas at 5:26
Bob Roop defeated Akim Manuka at 5:24
Eddie Graham fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a 20-minute draw
Luke Graham defeated Gorilla Monsoon via count-out at 7:56
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Tarzan Tyler at 14:12

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 21, 1971
The Black Demon defeated Jack Evans
Beautiful Bobby fought Jimmy Valiant to a 15-minute time limit draw
Dory Funk Sr. defeated Bill White at 7:54
Al Costello & Don Kent defeated Akim Manuka & Mike Pappas in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 17:20, 2-0
Bob Roop defeated Manuel Soto at 10:18
Chief Jay Strongbow pinned Eddie Graham at 19:25
Tarzan Tyler fought Gorilla Monsoon to a 20-minute draw
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated Luke Graham at 15:06 when the match was stopped due to blood

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 24, 1971 (21,925; sell out; new attendance record)
The first ever $100,000 wrestling gate in New York
Little Beaver defeated Joey Russell at 10:24
Mike Pappas pinned Jack Evans at 7:55
The Fabulous Kangaroos (w/ George Cannon) defeated Manuel Soto & Bill White at 29:21 in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1 - Costello pinned Soto; fall #2 - Soto pinned Kent; fall #3 - Kent pinned White
Jimmy Valiant pinned the Black Demon at 8:17
Chief Jay Strongbow pinned Beautiful Bobby at 7:04
Bruno Sammartino pinned Blackjack Mulligan at 1:04 after a series of bodyslams
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales & Gorilla Monsoon defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Luke Graham & Tarzan Tyler in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match at 20:13; fall #1: the champions were disqualified; fall #2: Tyler pinned Monsoon; fall #3: Morales pinned Tyler

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 30, 1971 (16,720)
Joey Russell defeated Frenchy Lamont at 4:16
Jimmy Valiant defeated Mike Pappas at 5:29
Manuel Soto fought Mike Monroe to a 20-minute draw
Karl Gotch defeated the Black Demon at 10:59
Tarzan Tyler & Luke Graham defeated Gorilla Monsoon & Chief Jay Strongbow via count-out
Stan Stasiak fought WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales to a draw at 19:51 when referee Danny Bartfield stopped the bout due to blood
Terry & Dory Funk Sr. fought Al Costello & Don Kent to a 45-minute curfew draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 25, 1971 (22,070)
Rene Goulet defeated Juan Caruso at 9:15
Jimmy Valiant defeated Manuel Soto at 7:39
Karl Gotch pinned Beautiful Bobby
The Rugged Russians defeated Mike Pappas & Mike Conrad in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Mike Monroe at 7:09
Chief Jay Strongbow & Victor Rivera defeated Tarzan Tyer & Luke Graham in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1, at 13:35
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Stan Stasiak at 12:45 in a Texas Death Match

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 15, 1971 (22,089)
The Black Demon defeated Chuck Richards at 8:27
Rene Goulet fought Manuel Soto to a 20-minute draw
Karl Gotch defeated Mike Monroe at 11:05
The Rugged Russians defeated Jimmy Valiant & Beautiful Bobby
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Stan Stasiak at 9:51
Chief Jay Strongbow & Victor Rivera defeated Tarzan Tyler & Luke Graham via disqualification at 24:45
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated Pacific Coast Champion Freddie Blassie when referee Terry Terranova stopped the match due to blood at 8:24

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 6, 1971 (22,091; sell out)
Manuel Soto defeated Mike Monroe at 10:47
Farmer Jerome & Sonny Boy Haynes defeated Sky Low Low & Little Brutus in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match, 2-0 winning the second fall via disqualification, at 21:09
Stan Stasiak fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Pacific Coast Champion Freddie Blassie at 7:14 in a Roman Gladiator match
Karl Gotch & Rene Goulet defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Luke Graham & Tarzan Tyler to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0, at 17:20
Victor Rivera defeated Jimmy Valiant at 12:16
The Fabulous Kangaroos (w/ George Cannon) fought the Rugged Russians to a time-limit draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 31, 1972
Vince McMahon Jr. was the ring announcer for the show
King Curtis defeated Tomas Marin at 3:49
Victor Rivera defeated Stan Stasiak at 12:00
WWWF Tag Team Champions Karl Gotch & Rene Goulet defeated the Rugged Russians in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: the champions won at 12:14; fall #2: the Russians won at 4:37; fall #3: the champions won
Pampero Firpo defeated Manuel Soto at 8:16
Sonny King & Gorilla Monsoon defeated Jimmy Valiant & Ernie Ladd at 13:20
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Freddie Blassie via disqualification at 10:45
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated Prof. Toru Tanaka via disqualification at 17:21 when the challenger attempted to throw salt into Morales' eyes but instead hit the referee by mistake

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 21, 1972 (22,090)
Joey Russell & Farmer Jerome defeated Sky Low Low & Frenchy Lamont in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Pampero Firpo defeated Rene Goulet at 4:55
Victor Rivera defeated Juan Caruso at 5:08
WWWF Tag Team Champion Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Manuel Soto at 6:14
WWWF Tag Team Champion King Curtis defeated Gorilla Monsoon via count-out at 7:16
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Prof. Toru Tanaka in a Texas Death Match after coming off the top
Sonny King pinned Jimmy Valiant at 8:09
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Stan Stasiak at 9:57

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 13, 1972 (18,301)
Jimmy Valiant fought Joe Nova to a draw
Pampero Firpo pinned Ben Justice at 5:30
Prof. Toru Tanaka pinned Rene Goulet at 7:45
Ernie Ladd fought Sonny King to a draw
Chief Jay Strongbow & Victor Rivera defeated the Rugged Russians in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0
King Curtis (w/ Lou Albano) defeated Gorilla Monsoon when the match was stopped due to blood loss
Bruno Sammartino defeated Smasher Sloan at 9:53 via submission with the backbreaker
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna (w/ Lou Albano) at 13:28

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 17, 1972
Manuel Soto defeated the Black Demon at 9:25
Don Curtis defeated Mike Paidousis at 10:21
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Rene Goulet at 5:44
Pampero Firpo defeated Chief Jay Strongbow via count-out at 6:25
Sky Low Low & Little Brutus defeated the Haiti Kid & Sonny Boy Hayes in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned King Curtis at 7:05 after coming off the top
Ernie Ladd pinned Jimmy Valiant at 5:58
Victor Rivera fought Prof. Toru Tanaka to a draw
Sonny King defeated Smasher Sloan

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 22, 1972 (19,367)
Tony Constilles defeated the Black Demon (sub. for Victor Rivera) via disqualification at 10:24
Eddie Graham defeated Jimmy Valiant at 10:45
Chief Jay Strongbow (sub. for Gorilla Monsoon) defeated Capt. Lou Albano at 3:15 when the match was stopped due to excessive bleeding
Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated Manuel Soto at 1:07
Ernie Ladd defeated Rene Goulet at 12:05
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Pampero Firpo at 15:21
Don Curtis defeated Smasher Sloan at 17:20
Chief Jay Strongbow & Sonny King defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Baron Mikel Scicluna & King Curtis to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 1, 1972 (19,512)
Fred Curry defeated Joe Nova at 6:43
Mike Graham defeated Juan Caruso at 5:19
Chief Jay Strongbow & Sonny King defeated Ernie Ladd & WWWF Tag Team Champion Prof. Toru Tanaka in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Strongbow & King won; fall #2: Ladd & Tanaka won; fall #3: Strongbow & King won via disqualification
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Vicki Williams (first women's match in New York history)
Terry & Dory Funk Sr. defeated King Curtis & Luke Graham
Gorilla Monsoon defeated the Black Demon at 4:17
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned George Steele at 14:59

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 29, 1972 (announced as 17,398)
Chuck O'Connor defeated Tomas Marin (sub. for Mike Conrad) at 16:05 (Big John Studd's MSG debut)
El Olympico defeated the Black Demon at 15:05
Manuel Soto defeated Juan Caruso (sub. for Jimmy Valiant) at 6:25
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Susan Green at 16:1
George Steele defeated Gorilla Monsoon via count-out at 17:06 after Monsoon was knocked down on the apron
Paul Jones defeated Jerry Brisco at 13:59
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned the Spoiler at 20:44 with a crossbody off the top after a backdrop; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted the challenger to the ring
WWWF Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji fought Chief Jay Strongbow & Sonny King to a curfew draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 2, 1972 (21,819)
Chuck O'Connor defeated Joe Nova
El Olympico pinned Joe Turco at 13:51
Sonny King defeated the Black Demon
WWWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Professor Toru Tanaka defeated Gorilla Monsoon & Manuel Soto in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match
The Spoiler fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a draw
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Ernie Ladd at 15:50
Bruno Sammartino defeated George Steele at 12:29; after the bout, it was announced that Sammartino would face Pedro Morales for the title at Shea Stadium on Sept. 30 (Sammartino's MSG return after more than a year)

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 16, 1972
The Black Demon defeated Joe Turco
Little Beaver & Little Louie defeated Frenchy Lamont & Sonny Boy Hayes
Buddy Wolfe defeated Blackjack Slade
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales & Bruno Sammartino defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #2: the challengers won via disqualification
The Spoiler fought Sonny King to a draw
Ray Stevens defeated El Olympico
Toni Rose & Donna Christianello defeated Vicki Williams & Joyce Grable in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Chuck O'Connor

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 27, 1972 (18,183)
Televised on Rockland Cable Channel 6:
El Olympico defeated Joe Turco
Eddie Graham defeated Blackjack Slade
Black Gordman defeated Sonny King via submission
Victor Rivera fought the Spoiler to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated Ray Stevens at 11:58 when referee Danny Bartfield stopped the bout, ruling the challenger could not continue due to excessive bleeding
AWA World Champion Verne Gagne defeated Buddy Wolfe via submission with the sleeper
Tony Garea defeated Chuck O'Connor
WWWF Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji fought Gorilla Monsoon & Chief Jay Strongbow to a 20-minute curfew draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 18, 1972 (20,906)
Joe Turco defeated Blackjack Slade at 9:10
Tony Garea defeated Bull Pometti at 10:54
The Great Goliath defeated Manuel Soto at 7:00
Sonny King fought Buddy Wolfe to a 20-minute draw
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Chuck O'Connor at 6:17
El Olympico & Victor Rivera defeated Dory Funk Sr. & Terry Funk in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 15:03; fall #1 - Dory forced a submission from Olympico with the spinning toe hold after Olympico sustained an atomic drop from Terry; fall #2 - the Funks were disqualified for tossing Rivera over the top and double teaming Olympico; fall #3 - Rivera pinned Dory with a misile dropkick and a fast count from the referee
Mil Mascaras pinned the Spoiler at 7:20 with a flying bodypress; this was the first appearance of a masked wrestler at MSG; there was a previous ban on masked wrestlers following a ruling from the New York State Athletic Association Commission (Mascaras' MSG debut)
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Ray Stevens with a sunset flip at 14:10 after the challenger thought he had won the bout with a Boston Crab

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 15, 1973 (22,096)
Sky Low Low & Little Brutus defeated Little Beaver & Farmer Jerome in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Sky & Brutus won at 8:04; fall #2: Sky & Brutus won at 6:58
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Joyce Grable at 5:45
Mad Dog Vachon & Butcher Vachon defeated Lee Wong & Ben Ortiz in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: the Vachons won at 3:04; fall #2: the Vachons won at 3:19
Black Gordman defeated El Olympico at 8:06
Victor Rivera fought WWWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Fuji to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Moondog Mayne at 7:09 with a flying bodypress
Ray Stevens defeated Sonny King at 7:35
Bruno Sammartino pinned WWWF Tag Team Champion Prof. Toru Tanaka at 11:34

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 26, 1973 (22,098)
Susan Green & Lily Thomas defeated Peggy Patterson & Paula Kaye at 18:12 in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Tony Garea defeated Mike Conrad at 15:05
Mike Graham defeated Joe Turco at 5:42
Terry Funk defeated Chuck Richards (sub. for Eddie Graham) at 10:55
AWA World Champion Verne Gagne defeated Eddie Graham (sub. for Ray Stevens) at 14:35 (Graham's last MSG appearance)
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned King Curtis at 5:37
Victor Rivera defeated Dory Funk Sr. at 11:45
Mil Mascaras defeated Buddy Wolfe at 9:46

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 26, 1973 (22,136)
El Olympico defeated Joe Turco at 8:14
Tony Garea defeated Frank Valois at 10:15
Mad Dog & Butcher Vachon defeated Don Curtis & Louie Tillet at 12:09
Victor Rivera fought the Giant Goliath to a draw
WWWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Fuji defeated Sonny King at 7:26
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated Fred Blassie at 8:20 when referee Danny Bartfield stopped the match, deeming the challenger was unable to continue due to excessive bleeding
Gorilla Monsoon fought WWWF Tag Team Champion Prof. Toru Tanaka to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Andre the Giant defeated Buddy Wolfe at 7:46 (Andre's MSG debut)
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Moondog Mayne to a draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 30, 1973 (22,090)
El Olympico defeated Frank Valois at 10:47
Mike McCord defeated Joe Turco a 8:10
Don Curtis defeated Juan Caruso at 10:36
Moondog Mayne defeated Manuel Soto at 5:59
WWWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Fuji fought Tony Garea to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Buddy Wolfe at 14:54
Andre the Giant defeated WWWF Tag Team Champion Prof. Toru Tanaka
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Freddie Blassie to a draw
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated Don Leo Jonathan (w/ the Grand Wizard) at 11:38 when referee Eddie Gersh stopped the bout due to blood following a right hand punch from the champion that opened up the challenger's forehead

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 4, 1973 (22,146)
Mike McCord fought El Olympico to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Blackjack Lanza defeated Manuel Soto at 9:35
Tony Garea fought Moondog Mayne to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Freddie Blassie via count-out at 15:20 in a Texas Death Match
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Jan Sheridan at 10:59
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Don Leo Jonathan (w/ the Grand Wizard) at 12:14 with a reverse cradle as the challenger attempted a backdrop
Victor Rivera defeated Giant Goliath at 11:27
Gorilla Monsoon & Haystacks Calhoun defeated Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Monsoon & Calhoun won via disqualification; fall #2: Monsoon & Calhoun won

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 30, 1973 (20,987)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Blackjack Lanza defeated Lee Wong via submission with the claw at 5:05
Prof. Toru Tanaka pinned El Olympico with a chop to the throat at 9:34
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Lou Albano via count-out at 2:58 after Monsoon knocked Albano over the top to the floor and Albano walked backstage (Villains of the Squared Circle)
Victor Rivera pinned Black Gordman with a small package at 11:34
Joyce Grable & Jan Sheridan defeated Peggy Patterson & Dottie Downs in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 20:47; fall #1: Sheridan pinned Downs with a dropkick at 12:17; fall #2: Downs pinned Grable by grabbing the tights for leverage after Grable missed a dropkick at 6:21; fall #3: Grable pinned Patterson with a victory roll at 2:09
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated George Steele when the match was stopped due to blood at 8:16 after Morales repeatedly rammed Steele's face into the turnbuckles and punched him; after the bout, Steele attacked the champion until Morales gained the upper hand and chased Steele from ringside (Villains of the Squared Circle)
Chief Jay Strongbow pinned Mr. Fuji with a double tomahawk chop to the face at 13:58
WWWF Tag Team Champion Haystacks Calhoun pinned Moondog Mayne with a splash at 6:03

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 23, 1973 (20,629)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary
Little Boy Blue & Pee Wee Adams defeated Sonny Boy Hayes & Little Louie in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Louie's team won; fall #2: Blue's team won at 5:43; fall #3: Blue's team won
Manuel Soto defeated Joe Turco at 15:05
Blackjack Lanza defeated El Olympico at 6:55
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Mike McCord at 11:16
Victor Rivera defeated Freddie Blassie via disqualification at 9:17
WWWF Tag Team Champions Haystacks Calhoun & Tony Garea defeated Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Tanaka pinned Garea at 13:12 with a kick to the midsection; fall #2: the challengers were disqualified for choking Haystacks; fall #3: Haystacks pinned Tanaka with a splash (Best of the WWF Vol. 7)
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned George Steele at 10:45 in a no holds barred match with a flying bodypress; after the bout, Steele went to punch guest referee Joe Louis, but he missed and Louis took a few shots at Steele instead

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 27, 1973 (18,666)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary; the scheduled WWWF Tag Team Champions Haystacks Calhoun & Tony Garea vs. Blackjack Lanza & Mike McCord match did not take place
Farmer Jerome & Little Louie defeated Little Brutus & Pee Wee Adams in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Manuel Soto fought El Olympico to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Victor Rivera defeated Mr. Fuji
Chief Jay Strongbow pinned Prof. Toru Tanaka at 15:01
Gorilla Monsoon defeated George Steele via count-out at 12:22 (George 'The Animal' Steele)
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated Stan Stasiak via judges desicion at the 52-minute mark (History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship)

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 15, 1973 (22,102)
Vicki Williams & Joyce Grable defeated Women's Tag Team Champions Toni Rose & Donna Christianello at 17:07 to win the titles
El Olympico fought Mike Pappas to a draw at 13:33
Manuel Soto defeated Tony Altimore at 8:07
Jose Gonzalez defeated Pancho Valdez at 10:27
Ron Fuller defeated Frank Valois at 9:02
Tony Garea defeated WWWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Fuji at 3:54
Victor Rivera defeated Mike McCord at 1:35
Andre the Giant defeated Blackjack Lanza at 10:51
Dean Ho defeated WWWF Tag Team Champion Prof. Toru Tanaka at 11:30
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Don Leo Jonathan to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales pinned Stan Stasiak in a Texas Death Match at 7:36

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 12, 1973 (16,148)
Televised on HBO - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
Jose Gonzalez defeated El Olympico at 15:22
Dick Slater defeated Mike Pappas at 6:20
Iron Mike McCord fought Manuel Soto to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Dean Ho defeated Pancho Valdez
WWWF World Champion Pedro Morales defeated Larry Hennig at 12:45 when the match was stopped due to blood
Don Leo Jonathan defeated Tony Garea at 18:45
Verne Gagne defeated WWWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Fuji at 12:16
Chief Jay Strongbow & Andre the Giant defeated Blackjack Lanza & Stan Stasiak in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 10, 1973 (22,000)
El Olympico pinned Tony Altimore at 7:15
Jose Gonzalez pinned Joe Turco at 10:35
WWWF Tag Team Champion Dean Ho defeated Pancho Valdez at 11:05
Don Leo Jonathan defeated Manuel Soto at 14:45 when the match was stopped due to blood
John Tolos fought Victor Rivera to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Pedro Morales defeated Larry Hennig in a lumberjack death match with the Boston Crab
Bruno Sammartino pinned WWWF World Champion Stan Stasiak at 12:14 to win the title after three consecutive bodyslams; prior to the bout, Sammartino was escorted to the ring by Arnold Skaaland and the Grand Wizard escorted the champion
WWWF Tag Team Champion Tony Garea pinned Mike McCord at 12:35
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Blackjack Lanza at 7:15

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 14, 1974 (22,147)
Butcher Brannigan defeated Mike Pappas at 11:15
Otto Von Heller defeated Tony Altimore at 9:55
Jose Gonzalez & Manuel Soto defeated Pancho Valdez & Joe Turco in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 18:40
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Mr. Fuji via disqualification at 9:41
Nikolai Volkoff defeated Gorilla Monsoon at 4:00
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Don Leo Jonathon at 17:44
WWWF Tag Team Champions Dean Ho & Tony Garea defeated Larry Hennig & Mike McCord in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 18:20
Pedro Morales defeated Stan Stasiak at 14:45

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 4, 1974 (22,091; sell out)
The scheduled bout between Don Leo Jonathan and Ed Sullivan did not take place
Donna Christianello & Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Peggy Patterson & Barbi Dahl in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Mr. Fuji defeated Johnny Rodz at 10:14
Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated Jose Gonzalez at 8:59
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Capt. Lou Albano (sub. for Stan Stasiak) via count-out at 4:35 when Albano left ringside
WWWF Tag Team Champions Dean Ho & Tony Garea defeated Larry Hennig & Stan Stasiak (sub. for Mike McCord) in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: the champions won via disqualification at 14:20; fall #2: the champions won at 8:25
Pedro Morales defeated Otto Von Heller at 7:51
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino fought Nikolai Volkoff to a curfew draw at 53:07

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 1, 1974 (22,090; sell out)
The scheduled Butcher Brannigan vs. Manuel Soto match did not take place
Jumbo Tsuruta pinned Johnny Rodz (Tsuruta's only MSG appearance)
Otto Von Heller fought Jose Gonzalez to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Larry Zbyszko defeated Ed Sullivan at 7:29 (Zbyszko's MSG debut)
WWWF Tag Team Champions Dean Ho & Tony Garea defeated Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji via disqualification
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 13:09
Gorilla Monsoon pinned Don Leo Jonathan at 14:07
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Stan Stasiak at 7:15
Pedro Morales pinned Larry Hennig at 11:04 (Hennig's last MSG appearance)

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 29, 1974 (15,945)
Televised on HBO - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
Jose Gonzalez fought Larry Zbyszko to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WWWF Tag Team Champion Tony Garea defeated Mike Conrad at 17:09
Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned WWWF Tag Team Champion Dean Ho at 5:22 with a stomp after Ho missed a splash into the corner; Blassie was sent backstage before the bout began
Robert Fuller pinned Ed Sullivan at 10:39 with a jumping DDT
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) fought Killer Kowalski (w/ the Grand Wizard) to a no contest at 24:15 when the two men began brawling around the ring after the champion began bleeding from the face; after the bout, Chief Jay Strongbow, Pedro Morales, and Dean Ho pulled the two men apart; Wizard was sent backstage before the bout began (Bruno Sammartino: Wrestling's Living Legend, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship)
Pedro Morales pinned Mr. Fuji at 10:29 with two bodyslams after Fuji failed a splash off the top
Chief Jay Strongbow & Andre the Giant defeated Otto Von Heller & Don Leo Jonathan in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Andre & Strongbow won via disqualification at 6:51 when Von Heller attempted to interfere when Strongbow had the sleeper applied on Jonathan; fall #2: Andre pinned Von Heller at 3:17 with a boot to the face and a splash

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 20, 1974 (17,103)
Larry Zbyszko defeated Mike Conrad at 8:35
Jose Gonzalez defeated Capt. Lou Albano at 14:20
Dean Ho defeated Tony Altimore at 13:01
Pedro Morales defeated Johnny Rodz at 10:29
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Nikolai Volkoff at 7:26
Peggy Patterson & Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Sharon Brooks & Debbie Johnson in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Killer Kowalski at 18:14 in a Texas Death Match

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 24, 1974 (22,093; sell out)
Jose Gonzalez defeated Tony Altimore at 6:15
WWWF Tag Team Champions Johnny & Jimmy Valiant defeated Dean Ho & Tony Garea in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1 - the champions won; fall #2 - the challengers won; fall #3 - the champions won
Haystacks Calhoun & Larry Zbyszko defeated Otto Von Heller & Killer Kowalski at 17:14 when Calhoun pinned Von Heller
Giant Baba defeated Gorilla Monsoon via count-out at 16:34
Pedro Morales defeated Black Gordman at 4:16
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Freddie Blassie & Nikolai Volkoff in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1 - Sammartino & Strongbow won via disqualification; fall #2 - Sammartino pinned Blassie (Blassie's last wrestling match at MSG)

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 22, 1974 (18,759)
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Nikolai Volkoff
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Vicki Williams
Dean Ho defeated Prof. Toru Tanaka
WWWF Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Johnny Valiant defeated Haystacks Calhoun & Chief Jay Strongbow in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: the champions won at 9:05; fall #2: the challengers won at 2:24; fall #3: the challengers were disqualified after the 13-minute mark when WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino interfered and came to Strongbow's aid
Pedro Morales fought Killer Kowalski to a double count-out at 10:27
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated John Tolos via submission with a backbreaker at 15:29

WWWF @ New York City, NY - MadisonSqure Garden - August 26, 1974 (22,094)
Jose Gonzalez defeated Johnny Rodz
Jack Evans defeated Dean Ho
Haystacks Calhoun defeated Otto Von Heller
Larry Zbyszko defeated Louis Tillet at 8:05
Tony Garea defeated Strong Kobayashi via disqualification at 18:58
Pedro Morales defeated Nikolai Volkoff at 10:26
Andre the Giant defeated Killer Kowalski via count-out at 6:15
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & Chief Jay Strongbow fought WWWF Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Johnny Valiant to a draw when the bout was stopped due to the curfew; the referee awarded the match to Bruno & Strongbow but the two judges ruled a draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 7, 1974 (over 22,000)
Larry Zbyszko fought Jose Gonzalez to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Spiros Arion defeated Jack Evans at 7:59
Tony Garea defeated Johnny Rodz
Dean Ho defeated Bill White at 12:45
Bobby Duncum defeated Haystacks Calhoun at 2:55
Andre the Giant & Victor Rivera defeated Killer Kowalski & Strong Kobayashi
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & Chief Jay Strongbow defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Johnny Valiant in a Best 2 out of 3falls match; fall #1: the Valiants won; fall #2: the challengers won via disqualification; fall #3: the champions won

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 18, 1974 (18,574)
Televised on HBO - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
Butcher Vachon defeated SD Jones at 9:16
Larry Zbyszko defeated Jack Evans
Jose Gonzalez defeated Tony Atlimore at 9:18
Spiros Arion defeated Bill White
Dominic DeNucci pinned Johnny Rodz at 7:00
Mad Dog Vachon defeated Tomas Marin at 10:25
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino fought Bobby Duncum to a no contest at 14:05 when both men were deemed too bloody to continue
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Hans Schroeder
Killer Kowalski & WWWF Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Johnny Valiant defeated Gorilla Monsoon, Dean Ho, & Tony Garea in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match, 3-2
Pedro Morales defeated Strong Kobayashi at 11:19

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 16, 1974 (21,112)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Joyce Grable at 17:10 by reversing a bodyslam attempt into a cradle (Best of the WWF Vol. 13)
Jack Evans defeated SD Jones at 12:56
Jose Gonzalez fought Bill White to a draw
Larry Zbyszko defeated Johnny Rodz
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Bobby Duncum in a Texas Death Match at 10:05 after Duncum missed a dive off the top rope
Chief Jay Strongbow & Spiros Arion defeated Joe Nova & Hans Schroeder
Pedro Morales fought Killer Kowalski to a draw (Best of the WWF Vol. 2)
WWWF Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Johnny Valiant defeated Tony Garea & Dean Ho in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Garea defeated Jimmy via submission at the 59-second mark; fall #2: Jimmy pinned Garea at 5:04; fall #3: John pinned Ho at the 56-second mark

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 20, 1975 (21,000; sell out)
Dean Ho defeated Bill White at 14:10
Tony Garea defeated Hans Schroeder
Butcher Vachon defeated Joe Nova at 13:29
The Wolfman defeated Johnny Rodz at 1:11
Spiros Arion defeated Larry Zbyszko; prior to the bout, Zbyszko got help from WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino to clear Freddie Blassie from ringside
Pedro Morales & Victor Rivera defeated Killer Kowalski & Bobby Duncum via referee's decision when the match went to a time-limit draw
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & Chief Jay Strongbow defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Johnny Valiant in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Strongbow was pinned; fall #2: guest referee Gorilla Monsoon stopped the match after the Valiants attacked him, and awarded the match to Bruno & Strongbow

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 17, 1975 (25,000; sellout including the Felt Forum)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/17/86: Manuel Soto & Pete Sanchez defeated Jack Evans & Johnny Rodz in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; final fall: Soto pinned Evans with a sunset flip
Butcher Nova defeated Bill White at 15:02
Victor Rivera defeated Hans Schroeder at 9:17
Dean Ho & Tony Garea defeated Killer Kowalski & Bubby Duncum via disqualification at 14:17 when Garea was repeatedly double teamed
The Wolfman defeated El Olympico at 3:14
Pedro Morales pinned Butcher Vachon at 4:59 with a sunset flip from the apron
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/17/85: Spiros Arion defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino via disqualification at 13:00 when Bruno twice pushed the referee away when he was trying to break the two up from fighting in the corner; after the bout, Bruno had to be held back by several wrestlers including Gorilla Monsoon, Dean Ho, & Tony Garea
WWWF Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Johnny Valiant fought Gorilla Monsoon & Chief Jay Strongbow to a curfew draw at 19:09 in a non-title match; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted the champions ringside

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 17, 1975 (26,000; sellout including the Felt Forum)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Johnny Rodz pinned Bill White at 11:31 with a stomp from the middle rope after White failed a dropkick attempt
Mike Paidousis pinned Jack Evans at 5:43 with a kneedrop after Evans ran into the ropes when Paidousis moved out of the way
Manuel Soto & Pete Sanchez defeated Joe Nova & Hans Schroeder at 22:05 in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Chief Jay Strongbow pinned Butcher Vachon at 9:10 with a Thesz Press
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Spiros Arion at 14:51 in a Texas Death match with a powerslam even though Arion's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Arion to the ring before returning to the dressing room
Victor Rivera defeated Killer Kowalski via disqualification at 15:58 after Kowalski began biting at Rivera's head; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Kowalski to the ring before returning to the dressing room
All American Wrestling - 5/6/84: Ivan Putski defeated the Wolfman via submission at 6:45 with a bearhug (Putski's MSG debut)
Dean Ho & Tony Garea fought WWWF Tag Team Champions Johnny & Jimmy Valiant to a draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls non-title match; fall #1: Garea pinned Johnny at 1:49 after throwing him off the top rope; fall #2: Johnny pinned Garea at 4:05 with a sunset flip; fall #3: the bout was stopped due to the curfew at 12:13; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted the Valiants to the ring before returning to the dressing room

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 14, 1975 (26,000, which included several thousand at Felt Forum)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Mike Paidousis pinned Tony Altimore at 13:05 after Altimore missed a running kick and fell onto his back; prior to the match, the ring announcer mispronounced both men's names; after the contest, Altimore confronted Vince McMahon at the ringside table and told him not to air the match
Greg Valentine pinned El Olympico at 7:49 with an elbow to the side of the head followed by an elbow drop; Olympico wore a mask with the face cut out since MSG did not allow wrestlers to wear full masks at the time; the ring announcer mispronounced Valentine's last name (Valentine's MSG debut)
Waldo Von Erich defeated Chief Jay Strongbow via count-out at the 39-second mark after Von Erich attacked Strongbow from behind and threw him over the top rope; immediately after the bout, WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino ran out to tend to Strongbow at ringside, with Strongbow and an official then carrying Strongbow backstage; Von Erich remained in the ring until the official decision was announced
Lord Littlebrook & Little Tokyo defeated Midget Tag Team Champions Sonny Boy Hayes & Little Louie in a non-title Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 18:59; fall #1: Tokyo pinned Hayes at 12:01 with a kick and grabbing the tights for leverage; fall #2: Hayes pinned Littlebrook at 4:25 after Tokyo accidentally hit his partner; fall #3: Littlebrook pinned Louie at 3:33 with a shoulderblock; the champions came to the ring in possession of title belts
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Spiros Arion in a Greek Death match at 14:58 via submission with a half crab after the challenger missed a kneedrop off the top and Sammartino repeatedly stomped the injured leg; stipulations stated the match could only be won via submission; prior to the ring introductions, Vince McMahon briefly spoke with international banker Andrew D'Amato about the previous contest; Freddie Blassie escorted Arion to the ring and Arnold Skaaland escorted Sammartino before the opening bell; after the match, Arion attempted to pull himself up before Sammartino repeatedly stomped him and then stepped on his throat as Arion's head was on the bottom rope; following the commercial break, Arion refused to be taken backstage by a stretcher but was helped backstage by the referee
Edouard Carpentier pinned Joe Nova at 9:16 after three standing sentons; before the match, a brief on-screen graphic mistakenly read "Victor Rivera vs. Big Bob Duncum;" McMahon briefly spoke with Andrew D'Amato again before the contest
WWWF Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Johnny Valiant defeated Manuel Soto & Pete Sanchez in a non-title match when Johnny pinned Soto
Victor Rivera fought Bobby Duncum to a curfew draw at around the 16-minute mark; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Duncum to the ring; the match ended after Rivera prevented Duncum from using a foreign object and knocked him to the mat

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 19, 1975 (24,553, which included several thousand in the Felt Forum)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
SD Jones defeated Johnny Rodz
Haystacks Calhoun defeated Jack Evans & Hans Schroeder at 6:08 in a handicap match
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Bill White at 10:16
The Wolfman defeated Mike Paidousis at 4:58
Bobby Duncum defeated Dean Ho at 7:14
Waldo Von Erich defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino at 21:19 when the match was stopped due to blood
Dominic DeNucci defeated Johnny Valiant
Victor Rivera defeated Greg Valentine
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Jimmy Valiant to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Spiros Arion defeated Tony Garea at 11:24
Ivan Putski pinned Butcher Vachon at 5:07 with the Polish Hammer

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 16, 1975 (22,090; sell out)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Susan Green at 10:16 with a splash after Green missed a splash off the top (WWE's Top 50 Superstars of All Time)
Pete Sanchez defated Johnny Rodz at 12:09
Jack Evans defeated Bill White at 13:55
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Mike Paidousis at 11:02
Prime Time Wrestling - 12/10/85: WWWF Tag Team Champions Dominic DeNucci & Victor Rivera defeated Bobby Duncum & Butcher Vachon in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Duncum pinned Rivera at 18:21 after Vachon jumped on Rivera's mid-section; fall #2: Rivera pinned Duncum at 2:04 after two somersault splashes; fall #3: DeNucci pinned Vachon at 1:58 with a sunset flip; the ring announcer mispronounced DeNucci's last name
All Star Wrestling - 11/25/78: WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Waldo Von Erich (w/ Freddie Blassie) at 4:12 with a kick to the midsection as the challenger ran the ropes
Ivan Putski pinned Johnny Valiant (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) at 4:30 with a sit-down splash following the Polish Hammer; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Valiant to the ring; after the contest, Putski sent Valiant to the floor (Best of the WWF Vol. 6)
Chief Jay Strongbow pinned Jimmy Valiant with the Thesz Press at 15:50

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 12, 1975 (20,312)
Manuel Soto defeated Mike Paidousis at 8:19
Baron Mikel Scicluna fought Pete Sanchez to a draw
Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza defeated Tony Garea & Dean Ho in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Spiros Arion defeated Bill White at 4:43
WWWF Tag Team Champions Victor Rivera & Dominic DeNucci defeated Jimmy & Johnny Valiant in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Andre the Giant defeated Butcher Vachon at 3:21
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino fought George Steele to a curfew draw at 46:11

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 9, 1975 (22,090; sell out)
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Manuel Soto at 10:13
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Waldo Von Erich to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Spiros Arion defeated Dean Ho at 14:20
Victor Rivera defeated Butcher Vachon at 4:38
Bugsy McGraw defeated Tony Garea at 6:11
WWWF Tag Team Champions Pat Barrett & Dominic DeNucci defeated Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; the champions won the first fall at 8:29; the challengers won the second fall at 9:02; the champions won the third fall via disqualification
Andre the Giant & Verne Gagne defeated Johnny & Jimmy Valiant at 17:45
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated George Steele at 17:28

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 6, 1975 (20,092)
Joyce Grable defeated Dottie Downs at 12:25
Pete Sanchez defeated Jack Evans at 13:25
Manuel Soto defeated Johnny Rodz at 10:05
Mike Graham defeated Tony Altimore at 9:45
Haystacks Calhoun defeated Hans Schroeder at 8:31
Waldo Von Erich fought Dominic DeNucci to a draw
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Bugsy McGraw & Capt. Lou Albano in a handicap match at 18:23
Spiros Arion defeated Pat Barrett at 11:05
Ivan Putski defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna
Francisco Flores & Andre the Giant fought WWWF Tag Team Champions Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza to a draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 13, 1975 (25,202; including 3,112 at the Felt Forum)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Pat Barrett defeated Davey O'Hannon
Manuel Soto defeated Jack Evans at 14:55
Francisco Flores defeated Johnny Rodz at 11:36
Pete Sanchez fought Frank Monte to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Louis Cerdan & Tony Parisi defeated Spiros Arion & Waldo Von Erich in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0, at 12:16
Dominic DeNucci defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 7:05
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino fought Ivan Koloff to a draw when the match was stopped due to blood at 21:59; after the bout, the two men were held apart by Gorilla Monsoon, the Blackjacks, Dominic DeNucci, Tony Parisi, and several others (Grudge Matches)
Gorilla Monsoon, Ivan Putski, & Haystacks Calhoun defeated Bugsy McGraw, WWWF Tag Team Champions Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match at 14:37; fall #1: Putski pinned Mulligan with a kneedrop at 5:56; fall #2: the bout was stopped due to the curfew at 8:41

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 17, 1975 (22,090)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Manuel Soto defeated Davey O'Hannon at 8:54
Kevin Sullivan fought Pete Sanchez to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Francisco Flores defeated Frank Monte at 10:39
Billy Robinson defeated Johnny Rodz at 7:10 (Robinson's only MSG appearance)
Dominic DeNucci defeated Spiros Arion via disqualification at 13:41
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Ivan Koloff via disqualification at 21:14; Gorilla Monsoon was the special referee for the bout (History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship)
Pat Barrett defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 6:58
Ivan Putski defeated Bugsy McGraw at 6:50
Ernie Ladd defeated Haystacks Calhoun via count-out at 8:40 after a running shoulderblock knocked Calhoun through the ropes to the floor
Tony Parisi & Louis Cerdan defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 10:08; fall #1: Parisi pinned Mulligan at 5:42 with an elbow drop following a double slam; fall #2: the bout was stopped due to the curfew at 4:26

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 15, 1975 (26,350; sell out including an overflow crowd of 4,253 in the Felt Forum)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Pete Sanchez defeated Johnny Rodz at 11:21
Pat Barrett defeated Manuel Soto at 10:25
NJPW TV - 12/19/75: Antonio Inoki pinned Frank Monte (sub. for Ernie Ladd) at 5:47 with a back suplex; prior to the bout, Tiger Jeet Singh was introduced to the crowd (Inoki's MSG debut)
WWWF Tag Team Champions Tony Parisi & Louis Cerdan defeated Spiros Arion & Baron Mikel Scicluna
Ivan Putski defeated Blackjack Lanza at 11:50
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Dominic DeNucci at the 9-second mark (Graham's MSG debut)
Ernie Ladd (sub. for Frank Monte) & Bugsy McGraw defeated Kevin Sullivan & Haystacks Calhoun
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Ivan Koloff in a steel cage match by escaping through the door at 9:39 after sending the challenger into the corner of the cage (the first cage match held at MSG) (Bloodbath: Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches)

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 12, 1976 (22,092)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Dominic DeNucci defeated Bugsy McGraw via disqualification at 11:35
Kevin Sullivan fought Frank Monte to a 20-minute draw
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Francisco Flores at 11:45
Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) via count-out after the two collided head-first in the ring, sending the champion to the floor; after the bout, Sammartino sent the challenger out of the ring (History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship)
Ernie Ladd defeated Gorilla Monsoon via referee's decision at 8:25 when the match was stopped due to excessive blood loss on Monsoon
Pat Barrett fought Pete Sanchez to a 20-minute draw
Ivan Putski pinned Crusher Blackwell at 7:03 with the Polish Hammer
WWWF Tag Team Champions Tony Parisi & Louis Cerdan defeated Spiros Arion & Ivan Koloff

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 2, 1976
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Frank Monte defeated Pete Sanchez at 9:21
Louis Cyr pinned Francisco Flores at 9:16 with a shoulderbreaker; prior to the bout, Cyr was escorted to the ring by Freddie Blassie; after the match, Cyr knocked Flores to the floor
Spiros Arion (sub. for Pat Barrett) pinned Kevin Sullivan at 6:44 with an atomic drop; prior to the bout, the ring announcer promoted the wrestling broadcasts on channel 47; following the match, the ring announcer promoted the March 1 event
Ernie Ladd pinned Dominic DeNucci at 11:55 by putting his feet on the top rope for leverage after a thumb strike to the throat; as Ladd left ringside, an elderly woman had to be restrained from trying to hit Ladd with her purse
Ivan Putski fought Ivan Koloff to a time-limit draw at around the 11-minute mark as both men brawled on the ring apron; Capt. Lou Albano escorted Koloff to the ring before the contest; after the bout, Putski held up a T-shirt featuring him and asked the fans who won the match, with the crowd cheering for him
Little Louie & the Cocoa Kid defeated Billy the Kid & Little Johnny in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Cocoa pinned Johnny with a leg roll up at 12:02; fall #2: Louie pinned Billy at 6:27 after catapulting him into Johnny, who came into the ring; the on-screen graphic before the match listed Cocoa as 'Bobo Johnson' (Even More Unusual Matches)
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated Superstar Billy Graham at 17:55 when the match was stopped due to blood after Sammartino repeatedly punched a bloody gash on Graham's head; after the decision was announced, Graham took the mic and said he wanted more, with Sammartino then knocking him to the floor; following the match, the ring announcer reminded the fans not to throw anything into the ring or they would be subject to arrest
Baron Mikel Scicluna pinned Pat Barrett (sub. for Bobo Brazil) at 6:44 after throwing him head-first into the corner; during the bout, Vince McMahon said WWWF Tag Team Champion Louis Cerdan had been in an accident and Brazil would replace him in the final match; following the bout, ring announcer Buddy Wagner was handed the next month's card from WWWF President Willie Gilzenberg which featured Davey O'Hannon vs. Johnny Rivera, Ric Flair vs. Pete Sanchez in Flair's MSG debut, Baron Mikel Scicluna vs. Dominic DeNucci, Louis Cyr vs. Pat Barrett, Crusher Blackwell vs. Bobo Brazil, Fabulous Moolah vs. Susan Green, WWWF Tag Team Champions Louis Cerdan & Tony Parisi vs. Ivan Koloff & Superstar Billy Graham, and Ernie Ladd vs. WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino
Bobo Brazil (sub. for WWWF Tag Team Champion Louis Cerdan) & WWWF Tag Team Champion Tony Parisi defeated Crusher Blackwell & Bugsy McGraw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Blackwell & McGraw were disqualified at 7:13 when McGraw choked Bobo with the tag rope; fall #2: Parisi pinned Blackwell at 4:21 with a bodyslam and jumping off the top; prior to the match, the ring announcer said Cerdan was grounded at the Montreal airport and could not make it to the show

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 1, 1976
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary
Rocky Tamayo (sub. for Davey O'Hannon) defeated Johnny Rivera at 14:58
Dominic DeNucci defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 16:02
Ric Flair pinned Pete Sanchez at 10:05 with a suplex (Flair's MSG debut) (The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection)
Louis Cyr pinned Pat Barrett at 11:05 with a backbreaker
Superstar Billy Graham & Ivan Koloff defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Tony Parisi & Louis Cerdan in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at around the 18-minute mark; fall #1: both teams were disqualified at 11:58 when all four men began fighting in the ring and the champions attempted to make double pins; fall #2: the champions were disqualified when Bruno Sammartino interfered and attacked both challengers, clearing them from the ring; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Graham to the ring while Capt. Lou Albano did the same for Koloff; during the contest, Graham & Koloff "injured" Cerdan's leg, with the challengers then double teaming Parisi until Parisi's cousin, Sammartino, made the save
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Ernie Ladd at 11:25 after the challenger missed a splash off the top; prior to the bout, the champion was escorted to the ring by Arnold Skaaland
Susan Green pinned Kitty Adams (sub. for Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah) at 9:21; Moolah was deemed unable to compete after breaking her collarbone the previous night in Toronto
US Champion Bobo Brazil pinned Crusher Blackwell with the Coco Butt at 8:22

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 29, 1976 (21,004)
Pat Barrett defeated Johnny Rodz at 12:35
Jose Gonzalez defeated Gene Dundee at 13:10
Chris Taylor defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 9:44 (Taylor's only MSG appearance)
Kevin Sullivan defeated Pete Sanchez
Dominic DeNucci defeated Crusher Blackwell at 14:29
Bobo Brazil defeated Louis Cyr at 14:59
Andre the Giant & Ivan Putski defeated Ernie Ladd & Bugsy McGraw at 13:25
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & WWWF Tag Team Champion Tony Parisi defeated Superstar Billy Graham & Ivan Koloff in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 26:57; fall #3 - Sammartino & Parisi won via count-out

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 26, 1976 (17,493)
Televised on HBO - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
WWWF Tag Team Champion Louis Cerdan defeated Johnny Rodz at 11:44
WWWF Tag Team Champion Tony Parisi defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 12:03
Ric Flair defeated Frankie Williams (sub. for Kevin Sullivan) at 7:40
Stan Hansen defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino via referee's decision at 15:10 when the match was stopped due to blood moments after Hansen hit the lariat after putting a foreign object in his elbow pad; after the bout, Bruno continued to attack Hansen; it was during the bout that Bruno sustained a broken neck from a bodyslam, though it was Hansen's lariat which was credited for causing the injury (Hansen's MSG debut)
TNT - 8/20/86: US Champion Bobo Brazil pinned Rocky Tomayo at 10:49 with the Coco Butt
Dominic DeNucci defeated Louis Cyr
Superstar Billy Graham & Ivan Koloff defeated Haystacks Calhoun & Pat Barrett in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #2 was won via count-out
Prime Time Wrestling - 2/3/86: Andre the Giant defeated Ernie Ladd via count-out at 12:28 when Ladd walked out of the match after avoiding a splash from Andre (Villians of the Squared Circle)

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 17, 1976 (22,000; sell out)
Vivian St. John deteated Paula Kaye at 7:10
Women's Champion The Fabulous Moolah defeated Susan Green at 11:14
Baron Mikel Scicluna fought Jose Gonzalez to a draw
Tony Parisi defeated Rocky Tamayo at 6:09
Skandor Akbar defeated Louis Cerdan at 5:09
Billy White Wolf defeated Crusher Blackwell at 8:46
The Executioners defeated Pat Barrett & Kevin Sullivan at 11:43
Gorilla Monsoon, Haystacks Calhoun, & US Champion Bobo Brazil defeated Superstar Billy Graham, Ivan Koloff, & Ernie Ladd
Stan Hansen defeated Ivan Putski (sub. for WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino) via count-out

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 7, 1976 (22,000)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Manuel Soto fought Pete Sanchez to a 15-minute time-limit draw
Johnny Rivera pinned Jose Cadiz at 10:41 with a flying bodypress off the top
SD Jones pinned Johnny Rodz at 8:12 after kicking from the turnbuckle and falling back on Rodz as Rodz attempted a German suplex and lifting his left shoulder when both were on the mat
WWWF Tag Team Champions the Executioners defeated Jose Gonzalez & Dominic DeNucci (sub. for Haystacks Calhoun) in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 22:54, 2-1; fall #1: Executioner #1 pinned DeNucci at 10:11 following a double backbreaker; fall #2: DeNucci pinned Executioner #1 at 7:29 following an airplane sping; fall #3: Executioner #2 pinned Gonzalez at 5:14 after Executioner #1 kicked his partner's back as Gonzalez lifted him up for a bodyslam so that he would land on top of Gonzalez for the pin
Bruiser Brody defeated Kevin Sullivan via submission at 2:29 with the backbreaker; prior to the bout, Brody was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard (Brody's MSG debut)
Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & Rocky Tomayo at 5:58 when White Wolf pinned Tomayo with a double chop
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Stan Hansen in a steel cage match at 11:11 by escaping the cage through the door after continually beating on Hansen with Hansen's own loaded elbow pad that he Bruno had ripped off Hansen's arm
Bobo Brazil defeated Doug Gilbert via count-out at the 35-second mark when Gilbert left ringside after receiving Brazil's Coco Butt
Ivan Putski pinned Skandor Akbar at 2:56 with the Polish Hammer

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 4, 1976 (18,912)
Johnny Rivera defeated Johnny Rodz
SD Jones defeated Davey O'Hannon at 11:30
Kevin Sullivan fought Jose Gonzalez to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Ivan Putski defeated Doug Gilbert at 12:11
Nikolai Volkoff defeated Manuel Soto at 3:25
Rocky Tamayo pinned Ted Adams (sub. for Victor Rivera) at 9:34
Andre the Giant, Chief Jay Strongbow, & Billy White Wolf defeated Stan Hansen & WWWF Tag Team Champions the Executioners in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Bruiser Brody via disqualification at 16:19; Brody originally got the pin with his feet on the ropes for leverage and was declared the winner, but 2 judges overruled referee Danny Bartfield as he had not seen Brody's feet on the ropes

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 4, 1976 (19,418)
Gorilla Monsoon & Ivan Putski vs. Stan Hansen & Nikolai Volkoff was originally scheduled, but was changed into two singles matches
Pete Sanchez defeated Johnny Rodz at 10:06
SD Jones pinned Pete Doherty at 11:30
Jose Gonzalez defeated Tony Altimore (sub. for Davey O'Hannon) at 10:11
Manuel Soto fought Johnny Rivera to a draw at 11:45
Kevin Sullivan defeated Rocky Tamayo at 6:20
Victor Rivera defeated Doug Gilbert at 8:45
Bobo Brazil defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 10:05
Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions the Executioners in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Strongbow & White Wolf win via disqualification; fall #2: the Executioners won; fall #3: the challengers won; because of the DQ finish in the third fall, the title did not change hands
Stan Hansen fought Ivan Putski to a double disqualification at 5:10
Nikolai Volkoff pinned Gorilla Monsoon at 2:05
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino pinned Bruiser Brody in a Texas Death match at 14:25

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 25, 1976
Televised on HBO - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
Manuel Soto pinned Johnny Rodz at 11:45 with a flying bodypress; after the bout, Soto cleared Rodz from the ring
Kevin Sullivan fought Pete Sanchez to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Bobo Brazil pinned Doug Gilbert at 8:04 with the Coco Butt
Tor Kamata pinned Jose Gonzalez at 11:36 with a shoulderblock and kneedrop
Ivan Putski defeated Stan Hansen via disqualification at 6:26 after Hansen crotched Putski on the top rope; Gorilla Monsoon was the guest referee for the bout; Hansen attacked Monsoon after the bout but Monsoon quickly chased him away; the ring announcer mistakingly announced the time as 10:26
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/21/86: WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 19:44 with a roll up after the challenger hit the corner; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Volkoff to the ring (Bruno Sammartino: Wrestling's Living Legend)
Victor Rivera pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 6:15 after using Scicluna's own foreign object against him
Andre the Giant, Chief Jay Strongbow, & Billy White Wolf defeated Bruiser Brody & the Executioners in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match, 3-1 at 20:34; fall #1: Executioner #1 pinned Wolf at 10:50 with a boot to the chest and two kneedrops; fall #2: Wolf pinned Executioner #1 at 2:29 with a double chop; fall #3: Brody & the Executioners were disqualified at 3:10 even though all 6 wrestlers were brawling in the ring at the same time; fall #4: Andre pinned Executioner #2 at 4:05 with a boot to the face and a splash

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 22, 1976 (18,112)
Televised on HBO - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/19/86: Bobo Johnson & Cowboy Colt defeated Billy the Kid & Little John in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #2: Bobo pinned John with a sunset flip
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Joyce Grable at 4:40 by reversing a powerslam attempt into a cradle
Billy White Wolf defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna
Doug Gilbert defeated Pete Sanchez at 17:15
Victor Rivera defeated Executioner #2
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Executioner #1 via disqualification at 7:50
Chavo Guerrero defeated Rocky Tamayo at 9:45
Bobo Brazil fought Bruiser Brody to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Stan Stasiak defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino via count-out at 20:44
Ivan Putski defeated Tor Kamata via disqualification at 8:25 after Kamata threw salt in Putski's eyes
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/10/86: Stan Hansen fought Gorilla Monsoon to a curfew draw at 4:28

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 20, 1976
Bobo Brazil defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 11:20
Jose Gonzalez defeated Jack Veneno at 9:10
Billy White Wolf defeated Rocky Tamayo at 7:49
Bruiser Brody defeated Manuel Soto at 6:25
Doug Gilbert defeated SD Jones at 11:32
Chavo Guerrero defeated Johnny Rodz at 6:11
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Nikolai Volkoff to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Andre the Giant & Dominic DeNucci defeated the Executioners in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Andre & DeNucci won via disqualification at 7:09; fall #2: Andre & DeNucci won at 3:20
Ivan Putski defeated Tor Kamata at 5:35
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Stan Stasiak in a Sicilian Stretcher match at 14:55

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 17, 1977 (15,207)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary; Howard Finkel's MSG debut as ring announcer:
Jose Gonzalez fought Pete Sanchez to a draw
Doug Gilbert defeated Don Serrano
North American Champion Pat Patterson pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna with a sunset flip at 11:15; after the bout, Patterson cleared Scicluna from the ring after he had attacked hi from behind (Patterson's MSG debut)
Greg Gagne defeated Johnny Rodz
Tor Kamata & Nikolai Volkoff defeated Dominic DeNucci & Manuel Soto
Ken Patera defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) via count-out at 19:54 after hitting Bruno with a chair as he was climbing onto the apron after they briefly fought on the floor; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Patera to the ring and also Larry Zbyszko was introduced to the crowd as Bruno's protege, and that he would be wrestling at MSG on 2/7 against Executioner #1 (Patera's MSG debut)
WWWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf defeated the Executioners in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Strongbow scored the pin at 5:14 with a double chop to the chest; fall #2: White Wolf was pinned at 4:55 following a double bodyslam and kneedrop; fall #3: White Wolf scored the pin at 4:38 after Strongbow hit a shoulderblock, sending the Executioner falling backwards over White Wolf, who was on his knees behind him
Ivan Putski fought Bruiser Brody to a double disqualification at 6:10 when both men ignored the referee and kept brawling in the corner
Bobo Brazil defeated Stan Stasiak via disqualification at the 5-minute mark when Stasiak refused to stop choking Brazil in the corner; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Stasiak to ringside

WWWF @ New York, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 7, 1977
Johnny Rodz fought Pete Sanchez to a double count-out at 19:28
Mil Mascaras defeated Doug Gilbert at 9:28
Larry Zbyzsko defeated Executioner #1 via disqualification at 11:53
Carlos Rocha defeated Moose Monroe (sub. for Rocky Tomayo) at 4:31
Tony Garea defeated Executioner #2 at 13:21
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino fought Ken Patera to a double disqualification at 14:38 in a Texas Death Match after the referee was knocked out
Stan Stasiak defeated Manuel Soto at 6:34
Jose Gonzalez defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna via disqualification at 9:15
WWWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Tor Kamata in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Strongbow's team won via disqualification at 13:51; fall #2: Strongbow's team won at the 18-second mark

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 7, 1977 (22,492; 4,000 in Felt Forum)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary
Don Kent fought Jose Gonzalez to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Gino Hernandez defeated Johnny Rodz at 8:24 (Hernandez's only MSG appearance)
Carlos Rocha defeated Executioner #1 via count-out at 8:04
Ivan Putski defeated Executioner #2 via disqualification at 9:35
Larry Zbyzsko defeated Doug Gilbert at 12:18
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated Ken Patera at 17:29 when guest referee Gorilla Monsoon stopped the match due to blood loss; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Patera to the ring
Bobo Brazil defeated Jan Nelson at 3:18
Championship Wrestling - 9/10/77: Dusty Rhodes pinned Pete Doherty (sub. for Rocky Tomayo) at 2:59 with the Bionic elbow drop (Rhodes' MSG debut)
Tony Garea defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 4:58
WWWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf defeated Stan Stasiak & Tor Kamata in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: the challengers won at 6:31; fall #2: the champions won at the 49-second mark; fall #3: the champions won at 4:21

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 28, 1977
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary
Johnny Rodz fought Jan Nelson to a 15-minute time-limit draw
Jose Gonzalez fought SD Jones to a 15-minute time-limit draw
Carlos Rocha defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 10:09
WWWF Tag Team Champion Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Executioner #2 at 6:11
Hillbilly Pete & the Haiti Kid defeated Little Johnny & Billy the Kid in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Haiti's team won at 10:14; fall #2: Haiti's team won at 5:19
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Baron Von Raschke via disqualification at 17:35 when the challenger brought a steel chair into the ring, as Sammartino had his leg tied in the ring ropes, and hit him with the weapon; prior to the bout, the challenger was escorted to the ring by Freddie Blassie while Sammartino was escorted down by Arnold Skaaland; after the match, Von Raschke applied the claw on the champion, as he was tied in the ropes, and threw down the referee until Tony Garea, Larry Zbyzsko, and another wrestler came out to pull Von Raschke from the ring as Skaaland checked on the champion (Bruno Sammartino: Wrestling's Living Legend)
Tony Garea defeated Doug Gilbert at 8:25
WWWF Tag Team Champion Billy White Wolf defeated Executioner #1 via disqualification at 5:45
Championship Wrestling - 9/17/77: Dusty Rhodes pinned Tor Kamata at 3:50 with the Bionic elbow drop
Ivan Putski & Larry Zbyzsko fought Ken Patera & Stan Stasiak to a curfew draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 25, 1977 (17,111)
This card was not televised
Carlos Rocha defeated Rocky Tomayo at 11:31
Larry Zbyzsko defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna at 15:26
WWWF Tag Team Champion Billy White Wolf defeated Doug Gilbert at 13:36
Ivan Putski defeated Tor Kamata at 7:46
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Nikolai Volkoff at 1:24
WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Baron Von Raschke at 20:06
Ken Patera defeated Tony Garea via count-out at 12:55
Bob Backlund defeated Executioner #2 at 10:17 (Backlund's MSG debut)
WWWF Tag Team Champion Chief Jay Strongbow fought Stan Stasiak to a curfew draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 16, 1977 (17,189)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Carlos Rocha defeated Jan Nelson at 10:29
Ron Mikolajczyk defeated Doug Gilbert at 8:24
Baron Von Raschke fought Ivan Putski to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Bruno Sammartino defeated George Steele when the match was stopped due to blood
Ken Patera fought WWWF Tag Team Champion Chief Jay Strongbow to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) pinned Gorilla Monsoon at 9:35 with a knee drop off the top after repeatedly ramming the challenger into the steel barrier on the floor (History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship)
WWWF Tag Team Champion Billy White Wolf defeated Rocky Tamayo at 4:29
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Stan Stasiak & Nikolai Volkoff in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Garea & Zbyszko won via disqualification at 5:10; fall #2: Garea pinned Volkoff at 1:49

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 27, 1977 (22,090; 4,000 in Felt Forum)
Rescheduled from 6/13
Televised on HBO - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
Jose Gonzalez pinned Jan Nelson at 9:46 with a dropkick
Larry Zbyszko pinned Rocky Tamayo with a small package at 7:31
Tony Garea defeated George Steele via disqualification at 7:28 after using a foreign object; after the bout, Steele continued to attack Garea with the object until Garea was able to fight, attack Steele with the object, and clear him from the ring
Andre the Giant & Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Ken Patera in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 16:25, 2-0; fall #1: Volkoff & Patera were disqualified at 13:46 when Patera hit a knee to Strongbow's back; fall #2: Andre pinned Volkoff at 2:39 with a splash after Patera walked out on his partner
Stan Stasiak pinned Lenny Hurst at 8:21 with the heart punch
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham fought Bruno Sammartino to a double disqualification at 18:39; prior to the bout, Graham was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard while Sammartino was escorted by Arnold Skaaland
Ivan Putski fought Baron Von Raschke to a 30-minute time-limit draw; prior to the bout, Von Raschke was escorted ringside by Freddie Blassie
Peter Maivia pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 2:09 (Maivia's MSG debut)
Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji defeated Haystacks Calhoun (sub. for Gorilla Monsoon) & Dominic DeNucci in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Fuji pinned DeNucci at 3:06; fall #2: the bout was stopped due to the curfew; Calhoun was never tagged into the match

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 1, 1977
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/28/86: Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji defeated Jose Gonzalez & Lenny Hurst in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Fuji pinned Gonzalez with a clothesline; fall #2: Tanaka pinned Hurst after applying a cobra clutch and then shoving Hurst to the mat
Carlos Colon pinned Johnny Rodz at 6:50 with a victory roll
Ken Patera defeated Chief Jay Strongbow via count-out at 7:04 after pushing Strongbow over the top rope after breaking Strongbow's sleeper hold; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Patera to the ring with Strongbow clearing Albano from ringside with his own shoe
Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) fought WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) to a draw at 13:05 when both men were too bloody to continue; Gorilla Monsoon was the special referee for the bout; after the match, Bruno continued to attack the champion, despite Monsoon trying to hold him back (Grudge Matches)
Ivan Putski defeated Baron Von Raschke
Peter Maivia pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 16:35 with a roll up
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko defeated George Steele & Stan Stasiak via referee's decision in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match after the match went to curfew; there were no falls in the 29 minutes the match lasted until the curfew with the referee awarding the match to Garea & Zbyszko at the end

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 29, 1977 (22,091)
Televised on HBO - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Lenny Hurst defeated Rocky Tomayo
Johnny Rivera defeated Joe Turco at 10:51
SD Jones defeated Jack Evans at 8:19
Peter Maivia defeated Stan Stasiak at 7:35 via count-out after Maivia avoided the Heart Punch on the floor and Stasiak accidentally hit the ringpost; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Maivia on the ring apron
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko defeated George Steele & Baron Mikel Scicluna in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Steele & Scicluna were disqualified after Steele shoved the referee; fall #2: Garea pinned Scicluna with a sunset flip off the top
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham defeated Ivan Putski via count-out at 18:01 after the challenger was backdropped to the floor; prior to the bout, McMahon interviewed the champion inside the ring; the Grand Wizard escorted the champion to the ring before the match (20 Years Too Soon: The Superstar Billy Graham Story)
Championship Wrestling - 12/23/78: Bruno Sammartino (w/ Arnold Skaaland) pinned Ken Patera in a Texas Death Match at 12:13 by kicking off the corner, as Patera had a full nelson applied, and falling backwards onto his opponent; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Patera to the ring (Bruno Sammartino: Wrestling's Living Legend)
Verne Gagne pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 7:10 with a roll up as Volkoff attempted an over-the-knee backbreaker
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Mr. Fuji to a curfew draw at around the 6-minute mark; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie & Prof. Toru Tanaka escorted Fuji to the ring, with Tanaka on crutches and announced as being unable to compete

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 26, 1977 (22,102, which included 3,000 in Felt Forum)
Televised on HBO & the MSG Network - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
Cowboy Lang & the Haiti Kid defeated Little Johnny & Little Tokyo in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Haiti pinned Johnny with a leg roll up at 7:31; fall #2: Lang pinned Tokyo with a roll up at 9:11
Prof. Toru Tanaka pinned Johnny Rivera at 10:09 with a chop to the neck after Rivera missed a dropkick
Baron Mikel Scicluna fought Jack Evans to a double count-out at 7:29 when both men began fighting on the ring apron and Scicluna's arms became stuck in the ropes; after the match, the ring announcer said the match was a double disqualification
Mr. Fuji pinned Lenny Hurst at 6:19 with a clothesline; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Fuji to the ring
Bob Backlund pinned Larry Sharpe at 9:04 with the atomic drop; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon conducted an interview with Backlund on the ring apron about his undefeated streak not only at MSG but throughout the country
Dusty Rhodes defeated WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham via count-out at 15:55 after Graham was backdropped over the top to the floor; prior to the bout, Graham was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard; after the match, Rhodes celebrated with the title belt and put it around his waist until it was taken away by the referee; after the decision was announced, the crowd chanted "Bullshit" until Rhodes grabbed the mic and said "Superstar, I came a long way to whip your ass. Now come out here, baby!" (American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story, WWE's Top 50 Superstars of All Time)
Peter Maivia defeated George Steele via count-out at 13:19 when Steele's legs became entangled in the ring ropes; after the bout, Maivia cleared Steele from the ring with Steele's own foreign object
Chief Jay Strongbow, Tony Garea, & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Ken Patera, Stan Stasiak, & Capt. Lou Albano via in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match; fall #1: Strongbow pinned Stasiak with a double chop to the throat at 10:40; fall #2: Patera pinned Zbyzsko with a double axe handle off the top at 5:21; the match then went to the 11 pm curfew as Patera assaulted Zbyszko; following the bell, the referee awarded the contest to Strongbow, Garea, & Zbyzsko

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 24, 1977
Televised on HBO & the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Larry Zbyzsko pinned Johnny Rodz with a small package at 9:29
Tony Garea pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna
Larry Sharpe pinned Johnny Rivera at 10:22 after a suplex
Butcher Vachon defeated Lenny Hurst via submission at 5:59 with the hangman hold; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Vachon to the ring
Kitty Adams & Leilani Kai defeated Wenona Little Heart & Vivian St. John at 10:43 when Adams pinned Little Heart following a double bodyslam (Kai's MSG debut)
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham pinned Dusty Rhodes in a Texas Death Match at 9:12 by placing one hand on the challenger�s chest after both men collided; prior to the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Rhodes inside the ring; the Grand Wizard escorted the champion to the ring before the match; after the contest, Rhodes hit three Bionic Elbows on Graham and threw him to the floor, not realizing the match had ended (20 Years Too Soon: The Superstar Billy Graham Story)
Mil Mascaras pinned Jack Evans at 8:17 with a flying bodypress off the top
WWWF Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji (w/ Freddie Blassie) fought Peter Maivia & Chief Jay Strongbow to a draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 23:06; fall #1: Maivia pinned Fuji at 18:14 with a headbutt and splash; fall #2: the champions were awarded the fall at 2:08 when the referee stopped the match based on advice of a doctor, saying that Maivia's cut on his forehead was too severe for him to continue; Maivia then went backstage for treatment, and Strongbow worked the third fall by himself; fall #3: the referee stopped the match at 2:44 when Maivia returned to the ring and attacked the champions, with the referee then declaring the match a draw
Ivan Putski defeated Stan Stasiak via count-out at 2:03 when Stasiak left ringside after Putski hit the Polish Hammer knocking Stasiak to the floor

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 21, 1977 (17,914)
Ken Patera defeated Dewey Robertson at 12:25
Stan Stasiak pinned Dominic DeNucci at 15:16
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Johnny Rivera at 10:31
Dusty Rhodes defeated Butcher Vachon at 6:39
Mil Mascaras pinned Larry Sharpe at 11:29
WWWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham defeated Peter Maivia via count-out

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 19, 1977 (22,085)
Televised on HBO & the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary; Debra Harry of Blondie and Andy Kauffman were in attendance for the card; the scheduled bout between Peter Maivia and Ken Patera was canceled
Baron Mikel Scicluna fought SD Jones to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 14:49; the match ended as Scicluna stomped Jones against the ropes; after the bout, Jones landed several headbutts until Scicluna backed away
Dominic DeNucci fought the Golden Terror to a double count-out; the match was not televised; instead, footage of NWA World Champion Harley Race vs. Rick Martel in Australia aired in its place; prior to Race vs. Martel, there was an introduction from Sydney, Australia; Race pinned Martel at 5:13 with a delayed suplex
Butcher Vachon pinned Johnny Rivera (sub. for Victor Rivera) at 6:04 with a double stomp after avoiding a dropkick; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel said Rivera could not appear due to transportation issues
Arnold Skaaland defeated Lou Albano via count-out at 4:35 when Albano walked out of the match after losing his foreign object and being bloodied by Skaaland (Best of the WWF Vol. 7, The World's Greatest Wrestling Managers)
Bob Backlund pinned WWWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Fuji (w/ Freddie Blassie) with the atomic drop at 11:40; prior to the match, the referee had to force Blassie to leave the ring, but Blassie remained ringside for the bout
Mil Mascaras (w/ Bob Backlund) defeated WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) via referee's decision at 16:24 when referee John Stanley stopped the match due to a cut on the champion's forehead; following the ring introductions, Howard Finkel announced that the Grand Wizard would be allowed ringside as long as he didn't interfere; moments later, Mascaras left ringside and returned with Backlund to be in his corner; the bell rang just before Mascaras made a cover after ramming Graham's bloody head into the turnbuckle
Dusty Rhodes pinned Stan Stasiak with the Bionic elbow at 11:22 (American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/17/86: Chief Jay Strongbow defeated WWWF Tag Team Champion Prof. Toru Tanaka via disqualification at 11:23 after Tanaka threw salt into the referee John Stanley's eyes as Strongbow had the sleeper applied; after the bout, Strongbow went to reapply the hold before Tanaka escaped from the ring
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Larry Sharpe & Jack Evans in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 1-0; fall #1: Zbyzsko pinned Evans with a kneedrop at 7:45; fall #2: the curfew ended the match at 12:39; the match ended as Garea and Evans traded punches

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 23, 1978
Dusty Rhodes defeated the Golden Terror
Carlos Colon defeated Jack Evans at 1:51
Butcher Vachon fought SD Jones to a 20-minute draw
Steve Kiern defeated Larry Sharpe at 4:58
Spiros Arion defeated Dominic DeNucci via count-out at 11:06
Ken Patera defeated Chief Jay Strongbow via count-out at 5:26
Bob Backlund, Peter Maivia, Tony Garea, & Larry Zbyszko defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji, Stan Stasiak, & Baron Mikel Scicluna in an elimination match; Backlund defeated Fuji and Tanaka to win the bout
NJPW TV - 2/17/78: : Tatsumi Fujinami pinned WWWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Jose Estrada to win the title at 11:31 with a Dragon suplex into a bridge; after the bout, Fujinami was interviewed in the ring by the Japanese TV announcer
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) defeated Mil Mascaras (w/ Bob Backlund) via disqualification at 13:19 when Backlund and the champion began brawling after Backlund twice prevented Graham from getting the pin with his feet on the ropes

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 20, 1978 (22,092; sell out)
Televised on HBO & the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary; the first MSG show to allow children under 14 to attend; children ages 8 to 14 were admitted with an adult
SD Jones defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna via disqualification at 13:04 after continually kicking Jones when he was caught on the ring apron and not allowing him back in the ring
Spiros Arion defeated Chief Jay Strongbow via referee's decision at 1:49 after Arion attacked Strongbow's bandaged right knee and the referee deemed Strongbow unable to continue
Dusty Rhodes pinned WWWF Tag Team Champion Prof. Toru Tanaka at 8:09 with the Bionic elbow drop
Ken Patera defeated Peter Maivia via count-out at 13:14 after Patera dumped Maivia over the top rope and was only able to get to the apron before the 10-count
Mil Mascaras pinned WWWF Tag Team Champion Mr. Fuji at 10:05 with a headscissors into a cradle
WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Ted Adams with a German suplex into a bridge at 15:06 (Best of the WWF Vol. 15)
Bob Backlund pinned WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham to win the title at 14:51 with the atomic drop, even though the champion's foot was on the bottom rope during the pinfall; voted Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Match of the Year (History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship, The History of the WWE Heavyweight Championship)
Wee Willie Wilson & Hillbilly Pete defeated Little Johnny & Billy the Kid in a Best 2 out of 3 falls bout at 11:39; 2-0; fall #1: Pete pinned Kid at 5:15; fall# 2: Wilson pinned John at 6:24
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko defeated Butcher Vachon & Stan Stasiak in a Best 2 out of 3 falls bout at 3:39; 2-0; fall #1: Stasiak was disqualified at 2:30 for choking Garea with the ropes; fall #2: Garea pinned Vachon at 1:09

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 20, 1978
Televised on HBO - Stan Stasiak vs. Larry Zbyszko was originally scheduled for the card:
Dick Slater pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 5:43
Steve Keirn & Mike Graham defeated Butcher Vachon (sub. for Johnny Rodz) & the Golden Terror in a best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Graham & Keirn won via disqualification at 17:43; fall #2: Graham & Keirn won at 6:17
Spiros Arion pinned Larry Zbyszko (sub. for Tony Garea) at 13:20
Peter Maivia pinned Stan Stasiak (sub. for Butcher Vachon) at 9:30
Superstar Billy Graham defeated WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund at 18:31 when the match was stopped due to cuts over the champion's left eye
NJPW TV - 4/7/78: Seiji Sakaguchi defeated Wilhelm Ruska via disqualification at 10:45 in a judo match (Ruska's only MSG appearance)
NJPW TV - 4/7/78: WWWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Frank Rodriguez at 8:43
NJPW TV - 4/7/78: Dusty Rhodes, Mil Mascaras, & Andre the Giant defeated Mr. Fuji, Prof. Toru Tanaka, & Ken Patera in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0 at 6:42; fall #1: Rhodes pinned Tanaka at 4:44 with the Bionic elbow drop; fall #2: Andre pinned Fuji at 1:58 with a splash after Patera walked out on his team; prior to the bout, Capt. Lou Albano escorted Patera, Fuji & Tanaka to the ring (Tanaka's final MSG appearance)

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 24, 1978
Televised on HBO & the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Strong Kobayashi pinned Steve King at 5:07 with a back suplex
Luke Graham pinned SD Jones at 8:11 with a thumb to the throat
Spiros Arion fought Dusty Rhodes to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:17; Freddie Blassie escorted Arion to the ring before the match, then returned backstage
Ken Patera defeated Larry Zbyszko via submission with the full nelson at 12:45
WWWF Tag Team Champions Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci defeated Stan Stasiak & Johnny Rodz in a Best 2 out of 3 falls bout; 2-0; fall #1: the champions won via disqualification at 7:20 after Stasiak was caught choking Bravo with the tag rope; fall #2: Bravo pinnd Rodz at 4:11 following a double dropkick
Shown on Japanese TV: WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Superstar Billy Graham in a steel cage match at 14:28 by escaping through the door after the challenger's foot became entagled in the cage
Mil Mascaras pinned the Golden Terror at 6:18 with a flying bodypress; after the bout, Mascaras unmasked Terror, who was actually Pete Doherty
Peter Maivia pinned Butcher Vachon at 2:54

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 22, 1978
This card was not televised
SD Jones pinned Strong Kobayashi at 8:55
Luke Graham pinned Tank Patton at 8:47 after using a foreign object
Spiros Arion pinned Peter Maivia at 12:46 after Maivia charged into the turnbuckle when Arion moved out of the way
The Yukon Lumberjacks defeated Larry Zbyszko & Haystacks Calhoun in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; 2-1; fall #1: Zbyszko pinned Pierre at 14:02 with a rollover cradle; fall #2: Calhoun was counted out at 6:20 after being knocked to the floor; fall #3: Pierre pinned Zbyszko at 3:45 after Eric tripped Zbyszko from the outside as he had Pierre up for a powerslam
Superstar Billy Graham fought Gorilla Monsoon (sub. for Dusty Rhodes) to a double count-out at 8:47 after Monsoon had hit an airplane spin on Graham he fell out of the ring to the floor with Graham following him out when he had recovered
WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Ken Patera at 21:06 with an inside cradle
Mil Mascaras pinned Stan Stasiak at 8:07 after Mascaras blocked a bodyslam attempt and fell on top for the pin
WWWF Tag Team Champions Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci defeated Florida Tag Team Champions Mr. Sato & Mr. Saito in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Sato & Saito were disqualified at 7:21 for double-teaming DeNucci; fall #2: Bravo pinned Sato at 1:09 after Saito accidentally hit his own partner when Bravo ducked

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 26, 1978
Televised on HBO & the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Chief Jay Strongbow pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 9:15 with a tomahawk chop
George Steele pinned Tony Garea at 5:02 after hitting him with a foreign object
The Yukon Lumberjacks defeated WWWF Tag Team Champions Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci to win the titles at 15:21 when Pierre pinned DeNucci following a double chop behind the referee's back (Tag Team Champions)
Stan Stasiak pinned SD Jones at 10:21 with the heart punch
Championship Wrestling - 6/6/81: WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Spiros Arion at 19:24 with the atomic kneedrop
Andre the Giant & Ivan Putski (& Dusty Rhodes) defeated Luke & Superstar Billy Graham in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 16:15, 2-1; fall #1: the Graham's were disqualified at 9:40 for double-teaming Putski; fall# 2: the Grahams were awarded the fall at 5:11 after Putski was deemed unable to continue after ramming his head in the ring post; fall #3: Andre was given permission to find a replacement partner for the final fall and brought out Dusty Rhodes which led to Andre pinning Luke at 1:24; after the bout, Rhodes challenged Superstar Billy Graham to a match which was confirmed for next month later in the card
Jack Brisco pinned Butcher Vachon at 4:29 with a sunset flip
Mil Mascaras fought Ken Patera to a curfew draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 24, 1978
Baron Mikel Scicluna pinned Tony Russo at 8:39 with a boot to the face
Luke Graham defeated Dominic DeNucci via count-out at 11:14 after both collided mid-ring with DeNucci falling to the outside
Jack Brisco pinned Stan Stasiak at 9:02 with a victory roll
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Dusty Rhodes via disqualification at 6:10 when Rhodes struck the referee
Dino Bravo pinned Butcher Vachon at 4:01 with an airplane spin
WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned George Steele at 7:21 after ramming Steele throat first into the corner
Tony Garea fought Victor Rivera to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Ivan Putski defeated Spiros Arion via disqualification at 11:15 after Arion choked Putski with the top rope
WWWF Tag Team Champions the Yukon Lumberjacks defeated SD Jones & Gorilla Monsoon (sub. for Chief Jay Strongbow) at 7:28 when Pierre pinned Jones after Eric tripped him from the outside

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 28, 1978 (announced at 22,000 with 4,000 at Felt Forum)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary; included a look at how pro wrestlers were raising money for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation:
Prime Time Wrestling - 3/3/86: Stan Stasiak fought Dominic DeNucci to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 19:48; the match ended just as DeNucci knocked Stasiak to the mat with a flurry of jabs
Haystacks Calhoun pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 7:12 with a splash, even though Scicluna clearly kicked out before the 3-count
Victor Rivera pinned SD Jones at 10:21 with a suplex after Jones ran shoulder-first into the ring post when Rivera moved out of the way; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Rivera to the ring
Ivan Koloff defeated WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund via referee's decision at 30:11 when the referee deemed Backlund unable to continue due to facial cuts; prior to the bout, Backlund was escorted to the ring by Arnold Skaaland while Capt. Lou Albano came out with the challenger; after the bout, Backlund hit the atomic drop, which sent the challenger out of the ring, and then got on the microphone to challenge him to come back out, which Koloff failed to do
Prime Time Wrestling - 4/7/86: Peter Maivia defeated Luke Graham via disqualification at 14:02 after Graham continuously punched Maivia in the throat; during the bout, bodybuilder Dan Lurie briefly joined Vince McMahon on commentary, discussed the Sept. 9 Lincoln Center bodybuilding competitions, and said Ivan Putski would be inducted into the hall of fame; after the contest, Maivia attacked Graham and knocked him to the floor
Dusty Rhodes defeated Superstar Billy Graham in a No DQ bullrope match at 6:28 via count-out after Rhodes hit Graham with the cowbell knocking him to the floor; Chief Jay Strongbow was the special referee for the bout and gave Graham a fast 8-count after he fell outside the ring; the stipulations for the bout said the wrestlers had an 8-count to return to the ring instead of the usual 10 or 20; prior to the match, Graham was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard (American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Vicki Williams at 5:20 after reversing a monkey flip into a roll up
Andre the Giant, Tony Garea, & Dino Bravo defeated Spiros Arion, WWWF Tag Team Champions the Yukon Lumberjacks in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0, at 6:14; fall #1: Arion & the Lumberjacks were disqualified at 2:52 for illegally triple teaming Garea in their corner; fall #2: Andre pinned Pierre with a boot to the face and a splash at 3:22 (Best of the WWF Vol. 14)

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 25, 1978
This card was not televised
Stan Stasiak pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 10:21
Victor Rivera pinned Larry Zbyszko at 6:28 after Rivera blocked a powerslam attempt by grabbing the top rope and caused himself to fall on top for the pin
Luke Graham defeated Dominic DeNucci via count-out at 8:10 after a collision mid-ring caused DeNucci to fall out to the floor
Crusher Blackwell pinned SD Jones at 9:11 with a powerslam
Dino Bravo defeated WWWF Tag Team Champion Pierre the Lumberjack via count-out at 8:49 after a dropkick knocked Pierre out to the floor
Superstar Billy Graham pinned Chief Jay Strongbow at 4:01 with an elbow drop even though Strongbow put his foot on the ropes at the 2-count which was not seen by the referee
WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Ivan Koloff at 17:09 with the atomic kneedrop
Dusty Rhodes pinned WWWF Tag Team Champion Eric the Lumberjack at 5:18 with a shoulderblock
Coconut Willie & Cowboy Lang defeated Billy the Kid & Little Tokyo at 5:11 when Willie pinned Kid
Peter Maivia pinned Butcher Vachon at 1:03
Spiros Arion fought Tony Garea to a curfew draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 23, 1978 (announced at 22,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary; included Howard Finkel promoting the weekly WWWF TV airing in the New York City market; featured McMahon hosting an in-ring presentation where Gorilla Monsoon presented a check to the President of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation of $17,005.89 which had been raised by the WWWF; included an in-ring segment in which Finkel promoted the Nov. 20 show with Luke Graham vs. Mike Paidousis, Tony Russo vs. Roddy Piper, Spiros Arion vs. SD Jones, Victor Rivera vs. Chief Jay Strongbow, Dominic DeNucci vs. Crusher Blackwell, WWWF Tag Team Champions the Yukon Lumberjacks & Ivan Koloff vs. Tony Garea, Larry Zbyszko, & Gorilla Monsoon in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, Superstar Billy Graham vs. Dino Bravo, WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund vs. Peter Maivia, and Ernie Ladd vs. Andre the Giant; following the announcements, McMahon said the show would not air on TV and could only be seen live:
Johnny Rodz pinned Del Adams (Jim Ray) at 9:39 with a double underhook suplex after Adams missed a running shoulderblock into the turnbuckle
Baron Mikel Scicluna fought SD Jones to a 20-minute time-limit draw; the match ended just after Jones kicked out of a pin attempt; after the contest, the two continued to fight before the referee intervened
WWWF Tag Team Champions the Yukon Lumberjacks defeated Peter Maivia & Chief Jay Strongbow when Eric pinned Strongbow with a boot to the chest at 3:57; Maivia was booed upon his entrance to the ring; Strongbow and Maivia argued throughout the contest; Maivia was never legally in the match and there was no physicality until Maivia attacked his partner and left ringside
Crusher Blackwell pinned Tony Russo with a bodyslam and splash off the bottom rope at 4:39
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Ernie Ladd with the atomic drop at 17:24 after the challenger failed a splash; prior to the bout, the champion was escorted ringside by Arnold Skaaland while Ladd was escorted by the Grand Wizard
Larry Zbyszko defeated Spiros Arion via disqualification at 6:12 after Arion ignored the referee's instructions to stop ramming Zbyszko's head into the turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Arion to the ring
Bruno Sammartino defeated Superstar Billy Graham when the referee stopped the match due to Graham bleeding from the face at 12:19 after repeated punches and kicks to the head from Sammartino; late in the match, Sammartino went to cover Graham but sat up at 2, opting to continue to punish his opponent instead of gain the pinfall (Sammartino's MSG return after a 14-month absence)
Ivan Koloff pinned Tony Garea at 2:39 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage
Victor Rivera pinned Dominic DeNucci at 4:11 after kicking off the turnbuckle and falling back on DeNucci as DeNucci attempted a full nelson
Dino Bravo pinned Luke Graham at 3:46 with a dropkick that sent Graham into the corner after Graham thought he won the match

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 20, 1978
This card was not televised
Jose Estrada (sub. for Roddy Piper) pinned Tony Russo at 9:48 with a legdrop
Luke Graham pinned Mike Paidousis at 11:15 after using a foreign object
WWWF Tag Team Champions the Yukon Lumberjacks & Ivan Koloff defeated Tony Garea, Larry Zbyszko, & Gorilla Monsoon in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 23:26; fall #1: Zbyszko pinned Lumberjack Pierre at 11:20 with a roll over; fall #2: Lumberjack Eric pinned Garea at 7:39 with a running knee; fall #3: Koloff pinned Zbyszko at 4:27 with a kneedrop off the top
Spiros Arion pinned SD Jones at 5:31 with a boot to the chest
Dino Bravo fought Superstar Billy Graham to a double disqualification at 12:11 after both men shoved the referee down
Peter Maivia defeated WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund via count-out at 9:18 after the champion received a headbutt on the floor
Andre the Giant pinned Ernie Ladd at 7:45 with a splash after Ladd failed a powerslam attempt
Crusher Blackwell pinned Dominic DeNucci at 12:16 with a splash from the bottom turnbuckle
Victor Rivera fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a curfew draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 18, 1978
Televised on the MSG Network - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
SD Jones defeated Crusher Blackwell via disqualification at 7:09 when Blackwell began choking Jones across the bottom rope
Chief Jay Strongbow fought Spiros Arion to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WWWF Martial Arts Champion Antonio Inoki pinned Texas Red (Red Bastien) at 16:27 with a German suplex
NWA World Champion Harley Race pinned WWWF Tag Team Champion Tony Garea at 8:57 with a suplex
WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund fought Peter Maivia to a double count-out at 21:45
Ernie Ladd pinned WWWF Tag Team Champion Larry Zbyszko at 3:47 with a legdrop
WWWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Jose Estrada at 10:59 with a German suplex
Johnny Rodz defeated Tony Russo
Ivan Koloff, Victor Rivera, & Lumberjack Pierre defeated Dino Bravo, Dominic DeNucci, & Dusty Rhodes at 5:54 when Koloff pinned DeNucci

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - January 22, 1979 (21,000; sell out)
The scheduled match with WWWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami vs. Johnny Rodz did not take place as scheduled; this card was not televised
Chief Jay Strongbow (sub. for SD Jones who appeared with a cast on his leg) pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 3:26
Roddy Piper pinned Frankie Williams at 12:17 with a neckbreaker (Piper's MSG debut)
Ivan Koloff defeated Ivan Putski via count-out at 17:18 after Koloff knocked him out of the ring after Putski had just woke the referee who had been knocked down just before Putski had hit the Polish Hammer; Dusty Rhodes made the save after the bout
Dusty Rhodes pinned Lumberjack Pierre at 7:02 after missing a kick
WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Peter Maivia in a steel cage match by escaping the cage at 20:46 by escaping over the top after knocking Maivia off the top of the cage back into the ring as both were fighting up there
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah & Suzette Ferrara defeated Joyce Grable & Wenonah Little Heart at 8:04 when Moolah pinned Grable
WWWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko defeated Stan Stasiak (sub. for Spiros Arion) & Victor Rivera at 9:49 when Garea pinned Stasiak with a powerslam

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - February 19, 1979 (17,000)
Televised on the MSG Network - included Vince McMahon on commentary; the scheduled match between Chief Jay Strongbow & Dominic DeNucci vs. Johnny & Jimmy Valiant did not take place due to time constraints:
Allen Coage pinned Frankie Williams at 6:38 with a clothesline (Coage's MSG debut)
Ivan Putski defeated Victor Rivera via count-out at 8:45 after Putski backdropped Rivera over the top
WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) fought Greg Valentine to a 60-minute time-limit draw at 59:18; after the match, Skaaland saved Backlund from the figure-4 by hitting Valentine with the world title belt (Valentine's MSG return after a 4-year absence)
Steve Travis pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 8:50 with an inside cradle (Travis' MSG debut)
WWWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Tony Russo at 5:58 following two dropkicks
WWWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko defeated Stan Stasiak & Peter Maivia at 5:52 when Zbyszko pinned Stasiak after Garea dropkicked his partner as he was being held up for a powerslam so he fell on top of Stasiak for the pin
Ivan Putski (sub. for Bruno Sammartino who was snowbound in Pittsburgh and unable to get a flight to New York) fought Ivan Koloff to a curfew draw at around the 7:30 mark; during the bout, Jimmy, Johnny, & Jerry Valiant walked around ringside

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - March 26, 1979 (21,000; sell out)
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Dominic DeNucci pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 4:35 with a backslide
Allen Coage pinned SD Jones at 4:02 with a clothesline
Steve Travis pinned Mike Hall at 5:32 with a boot to the chest
Dick Murdoch pinned Johnny Rodz at 1:20 with a brainbuster (Murdoch's MSG debut; his last MSG appearance for 5 years)
WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Greg Valentine in a No Time Limit match at 30:56 with the atomic kneedrop; prior to the bout, Arnold Skaaland and the Grand Wizard escorted their respective wrestlers to ringside
Fred Curry defeated Victor Rivera via count-out at 6:04 after getting his leg tied in the ropes
Bruno Sammartino defeated Ivan Koloff via count-out at 12:14 after backdropping Koloff over the top rope to the floor; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel introduced WWWF North American Champion Ted Dibiase to the crowd and announced he would be appearing on the 4/30 card
Capt. Lou Albano, WWWF Tag Team Champions Johnny & Jerry Valiant defeated Dusty Rhodes, Larry Zbyszko, & Tony Garea in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 18:04; fall #1: Jerry pinned Garea at 12:37 with a clothesline; fall #2: Garea defeated Jerry via submission with an abdominal stretch at 2:08; fall #3: Johnny pinned Zbyzsko at 3:59 with a piledriver
Ivan Putski defeated Peter Maivia via referee's decision at 9:13 when the bout was stopped due to curfew; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Maivia to ringside

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - April 30, 1979
This card was not televised
Johnny Rodz pinned Frank Williams at 9:42 with a suplex and elbow drop
Allen Coage pinned Jose Estrada (sub. for Dominic DeNucci) at 4:19 with a clothesline
Roddy Piper pinned Steve King at 9:37 with a neckbreaker
Cowboy Lang & Tiny Thumb defeated Little Tokyo & Butch Cassidy at 14:31 when Lang pinned Tokyo with a reverse roll up
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Bulldog Brower at 11:08 with the atomic kneedrop
Verne Gagne defeated Mr. X (Jack Evans) via submission with the sleeper at 12:05
Ivan Putski (sub. for Dusty Rhodes) fought Greg Valentine to a 20-minute time-limit draw
NWA World Champion Harley Race pinned Steve Travis at 5:14 with a suplex
Andre the Giant, WWF North American Champion Ted Dibiase, & Dominic DeNucci (sub. for Fred Curry) defeated Jimmy, WWF Tag Team Champions Johnny & Jerry Valiant in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 8:32, 2-1; fall #1: DeNucci pinned Jerry at 3:02; Jerry pinned DeNucci at 3:31 with a neckbreaker; fall #3: Andre pinned Jimmy at 1:59 with a boot to the face and a splash

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - June 4, 1979
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Tito Santana defeated Jose Estrada (Santana's MSG debut)
Hussein Arab won a 20-man $10,000 battle royal at 8:17 by last eliminating Dominic DeNucci & Jimmy Valiant; other participants included: Gorilla Monsoon, Greg Valentine, Ivan Putski, Haystacks Calhoun, Nikolai Volkoff, Steve Travis, Jose Estrada, Gypsy Rodriguez, SD Jones, Mr. X, Johnny Rodz, Baron Mikel Scicluna, Tito Santana, WWF Tag Team Champions Johnny & Jerry Valiant, Bulldog Brower, & WWF North American Champion Ted Dibiase; order of elimination: Calhoun by several wrestlers; Rodriguez by several wrestlers; Putski by several wrestlers; Volkoff by several wrestlers; Brower by a Valiant; Estrada by Jones; Jones by several wrestlers; Scicluna by Arab; Rodz by Monsoon; Valentine by Johnny & Jerry Valiant; Johnny & Jerry Valiant by Dibiase & Santana with simultaneous dropkicks; Dibiase by Jimmy Valiant; Travis by Arab; Santana by Jimmy Valiant; X by DeNucci; Monsoon eliminated himself after grabbing Jimmy Valiant by the legs and spinning him round with the momentum knocking Monsoon over the top; stipulations stated the winner would earn a WWF World Title match later in the show (the first battle royal held at MSG)
Nikolai Volkoff pinned SD Jones at 6:50 after hoisting him up in a gorilla press slam and dropping him across his knee
Greg Valentine pinned Dominic DeNucci at 9:07 after reversing a monkey flip into a cover; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Valentine ringside
Bulldog Brower pinned Mr. X at the 3-minute mark with an elbow drop
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Hussein Arab at 30:40 with an atomic drop; prior to the bout, Arnold Skaaland & Capt. Lou Albano (sub. for Freddie Blassie) accompanied Backlund and Arab, respectively, to ringside; as Albano went to leave ringside, he went up to Vince McMahon who threw his drink in Albano's face
Ivan Putski pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 4:28 after pushing him into the corner
WWF North American Champion Ted Dibiase fought Jimmy Valiant to a 15-minute time-limit draw in a non-title match
WWF Tag Team Champions Johnny & Jerry Valiant defeated Haystacks Calhoun & Steve Travis at 6:25 in a non-title match when Johnny pinned Travis with an elbow to the back off the top as Travis had Jerry in an abdominal stretch

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 2, 1979
This card was not televised
Johnny Rivera fought Mr. X to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Tito Santana pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 8:04 with a cradle
Nikolai Volkoff defeated SD Jones via submission at 11:03 with a bearhug
Greg Valentine defeated Chief Jay Strongbow via count-out at 8:21 after preventing Strongbow from getting back in the ring
Hussein Arab pinned Dominic DeNucci at 4:43 after kicking him with his loaded boot
WWF North American Champion Pat Patterson defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund when the match was stopped due to excessive blood loss from the champion at 23:51
Jimmy, WWF Tag Team Champions Jerry & Johnny Valiant defeated Steve Travis, Ted Dibiase, & Haystacks Calhoun in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Dibiase pinned Jerry at 3:34 with an elbow drop after he collided with one of his own partners, fall #2: Jerry pinned Dibiase at 7:16 with an elbow drop after Dibiase missed a charge into the corner; fall #3: Jimmy pinned Travis at 6:49 after Travis ran into the turnbuckle
Ivan Putski pinned Bulldog Brower at 6:48

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 30, 1979
Televised on the MSG Network - included Vince McMahon on commentary:
Roddy Piper pinned Johnny Rodz at 2:49 with a knee to the stomach as Rodz jumped off the ropes
Ted Dibiase fought Hussein Arab to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Nikolai Volkoff pinned Jose Estrada (sub. for Baron Mikel Scicluna) at 2:57 with a backbreaker over the knee
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) fought WWF North American Champion Pat Patterson to a double standing count-out at 28:22 when, after Patterson hit Backlund with brass knuckles, Skaaland climbed on the ring apron and hit Patterson with the title belt
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah & Kitty Adams defeated Joyce Grable & Vivian St. John in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 17:47, 2-1; fall #1: Adams pinned Grable at 7:54 after Moolah dropkicked Adams onto Grable as Grable held Adams up for a powerslam; fall #2: Grable pinned Adams at 6:20 after reversing a powerslam attempt into a small package; fall #3: Moolah pinned St. John at 3:33 after Grable accidentally dropkicked her partner when Moolah moved out of the way
Steve Travis pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna (sub. for Bulldog Brower) at 5:08 with a sunset flip
Greg Valentine fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a double disqualification at 7:46 in an Indian Strap Match when referee Jack Lotz was knocked down; after the match, the two men had to be held apart by Ivan Putski, Tito Santana, Dominic DeNucci, and Gorilla Monsoon (first strap match held at MSG) (The WWF's Most Unusual Matches)
Andre the Giant, Ivan Putski, Tito Santana, & Dominic DeNucci defeated Jimmy, WWF Tag Team Champions Jerry & Johnny Valiant, & Capt. Lou Albano in a Best 3 out of 5 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Johnny pinned Santana at 3:02; fall #2: Santana pinned Johnny at 3:04; fall #3: Andre pinned Jerry at 4:02; fall #4: the bout was stopped due to the curfew (first eight-man tag held at MSG)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 27, 1979
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
SD Jones pinned Frank Rodriguez at 6:02
WWF Tag Team Champion WWF Tag Team Champion Johnny Valiant defeated Dominic DeNucci via count-out at 8:31 after a collision caused DeNucci to fall out of the ring
Greg Valentine pinned Steve Travis at 11:39 with an elbow drop
Ivan the Terrible & Billy the Kid defeated Butch Cassidy & Tiny Tom at 6:56 when Kid pinned Cassidy (Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Strongest)
WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund via count-out at 14:29 after Patterson used brass knuckles while the referee was knocked out and then beat Backlund back inside the ring; prior to the bout, Patterson was escorted to the ring by the Grand Wizard while Arnold Skaaland escorted Backlund
Tito Santana fought Hussein Arab to a 20-minute time-limit draw; after the bout, Vince McMahon conducted an interview with Debbie Harry, lead singer of Blondie, who remained at ringside to watch the remainder of the show
Bruno Sammartino pinned Nikolai Volkoff at 6:21 after hitting him with a chair Volkoff had brought into the ring; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Volkoff to the ring
Ted Dibiase fought Jimmy Valiant to a double count-out at 6:19 as both men brawled on the ring apron
Andre the Giant pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Jerry Valiant at 3:43 with a boot to the face and splash; prior to the bout, Valiant was escorted to the ring by Capt. Lou Albano
Chief Jay Strongbow pinned Bulldog Brower at 4:53 after missing a kneelift and hitting the turnbuckle

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - September 24, 1979
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary:
Johnny Rivera pinned Gypsy Rodriguez at 10:23 with a backslide
Johnny Rodz pinned Steve King at 8:08 with a suplex
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated SD Jones (sub. for Frank Williams) via count-out at 7:09 after Jones missed a charge and fell over the top rope to the floor
Ted Dibiase defeated Jose Estrada (sub. for Bulldog Brower) via submission at 9:42 with an abdominal stretch
Hussain Arab pinned Pete Sanchez at 3:57 with a butterfly suplex; prior to the bout, Arab was escorted to the ring by Freddie Blassie
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund (w/ Arnold Skaaland) defeated WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson in a steel cage match at 16:43 by kicking Patterson off him and escaping through the door (Inside the Steel Cage, Bloodbath: Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches, The Greatest Cage Matches of All Time)
Andre the Giant & Tito Santana defeated Jimmy & WWF Tag Team Champion Jerry Valiant at 6:04 when Andre pinned Jimmy with a headbutt and splash
Greg Valentine defeated Dominic DeNucci via submission with the figure-4 at 10:46; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Valentine to the ring
Ivan Putski defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Johnny Valiant via disqualification at 6:53 when Valiant punched the referee after Putski caught him in a bearhug
Nikolai Volkoff fought Chief Jay Strongbow to a draw after the 5-minute mark when the match was stopped due to the curfew

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - October 22, 1979
Televised on the MSG Network - featured Vince McMahon on commentary
Johnny Rivera fought Johnny Rodz to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Ivan Putski & Tito Santana defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Johnny & Jerry Valiant at 13:39 to win the titles when Santana pinned Johnny, the illegal man, with a crossbody after the champions collided in the ring, with Jerry being knocked to the floor (Tag Team Champions)
Nikolai Volkoff pinned Moose Monroe a 3:56 with a boot to the face and a stomp; after the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Andy Kaufman at ringside; Kaufman appeared the previous Saturday on "Saturday Night Live" with his inter-gender wrestling challenge and challenged any woman at MSG $500 if they could beat him
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund pinned Swede Hanson at 16:28 with the atomic drop after Hansen missed a move off the top; prior to the bout, Freddie Blassie escorted Hansen and Arnold Skaaland escorted Backlund ringside
Hussein Arab defeated Dominic DeNucci via count-out at 6:31 after DeNucci attempted an airplane spin but Arab grabbed the ropes, with both men falling to the floor
Bruno Sammartino defeated Greg Valentine when the referee stopped the match due to excessive bleeding at 15:10 after Sammartino slammed Valentine's head into the metal part of the turnbuckle; prior to the bout, the Grand Wizard escorted Valentine ringside
Dusty Rhodes pinned Jimmy Valiant at 5:27 with the Bionic Elbow
Larry Zbyszko defeated Bulldog Brower via disqualification at 3:49 after Brower kicked Zbyzsko low and would not follow the referee's instructions
WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson pinned Ted Dibiase at 7:54 by putting his leg on the middle rope for leverage after Dibiase attempted to hit Patterson with the champion's own foreign object; during the bout, music industry pioneer Kal Rudman briefly joined Vince McMahon on commentary (History of the Intercontinental Championship)

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - November 19, 1979
This card was not televised
Larry Zbyszko defeated Johnny Rodz at 9:21
David Von Erich defeated Davey O'Hannon at 8:47
Hussein Arab defeated Chief Jay Strongbow at 2:51
Capt. Lou Albano pinned Jimmy Valiant at 2:07
Dusty Rhodes defeated Swede Hanson
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund fought Bobby Duncum to a draw at 18:32 when both men were deemed too bloody to continue
Dominic DeNucci defeated Bulldog Brower via disqualification at 15:03
WWF Tag Team Champions Ivan Putksi & Tito Santana defeated Johnny & Jerry Valiant at 22:58
WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson defeated Ted Dibiase at 15:04

WWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - December 17, 1979
Televised on the MSG Network and in Japan - featured Vince McMahon on commentary; the 11 p.m. curfew was waived by the New York State Athletic Commission for the event
Larry Zbyszko pinned Bulldog Brower at 4:43 when Zybszko caused Brower to fall over while attempting a bodyslam
Riki Choshu & Seji Sakaguchi defeated Bad News Allen Coage & Jo Jo Andrews at 9:44 when Andrews submitted to Sakaguchi's Boston Crab; the bout was announced as being for the Japanese tag team titles but the championship Choshu & Sakaguchi held at the time was actually the NWA North American Tag Team Titles
Mike Graham defeated Johnny Rodz via submission at 5:03 with a figure-4
Hulk Hogan defeated Ted Dibiase via KO at 11:12 with a bearhug; prior to the bout, Hogan was escorted to the ring by Freddie Blassie (Dibiase's last appearance for almost 8 years) (Hogan's MSG debut) (Hulk Still Rules)
Bob Backlund defeated Bobby Duncum in a Texas Death Match to win the vacant WWF World Title at 17:18; Backlund did not come to the ring with the belt, rather WWF President Hisashi Shima was in possession of it and was introduced to the crowd before the match; Backlund was not introduced as champion however the title being vacant was not mentioned to the US audience but was known by the Japanese audience since the title controversy took place there; in commentary, Vince McMahon continued to refer to Backlund as the title holder
Antonio Inoki pinned Hussein Arab at 14:59 with the enzuiguri; the match was announced as being for Inoki's Japanese Heavyweight Title but the belt Inoki actually held at the time was the NWF title; following the ring entrances, Arab took the mic and cut a promo on the fans; after the match, Arab knocked the referee out with his loaded boot (WrestleMania 26 Collector's Edition)
NWA World Champion Harley Race defeated Dusty Rhodes when the referee stopped the match at 13:18 after Rhodes began bleeding from the forehead and lost his vision to the point that he fell out of the ring; after the match, the fans chanted "bullshit" before Race hit Rhodes in the head with the title belt (American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)
WWF IC Champion Pat Patterson defeated Dominic DeNucci by turning a monkey flip attempt into a roll up at 6:31 (History of the Intercontinental Title)
WWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Johnny Rivera at 10:17 with a back suplex
WWF Tag Team Champions Ivan Putski & Tito Santana defeated Victor Rivera & Swede Hanson at 6:57 when Santana pinned Hanson with a crossbody off the top

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