WWF All American Wrestling – 1993 Results




Virgil pinned Gary Key at 4:03 with the side Russian legsweep (1/25/93; San Jose, CA)

Typhoon pinned Tim Patterson at 2:57 with the splash (2/15/93; Long Beach, CA)
Owen Hart pinned Jim Gorman at 2:42 with a crossbody off the top (2/15/93; Long Beach, CA)

Giant Gonzalez (w/ Harvey Wippleman) pinned Jim Powers at 1:43 with one foot on his chest after hitting a chokeslam (1/26/93; Fresno, CA)

Owen Hart pinned Skinner at 4:47 with an inside cradle when Skinner picked him up after hitting the reverse neckbreaker and failing to make the cover (3/7/93; Fayetteville, NC)
Tatanka pinned Blake Beverly with the Samoan drop at around the 7-minute mark (3/7/93; Fayetteville, NC)

3/28/93 – hosted by Gene Okerlund & Bobby Heenan at WWF Headquarters in which Heenan investigated what he heard was a secret meeting involving WWF President Jack Tunney; the two then staked out the closed board room, with JJ Dillon eventually appearing to enter and giving a no comment about the need of the meeting; Heenan eventually saw a peek and said he saw Tunney, possibly Hulk Hogan, and Japanese dignitaries; included the contract signing between WWF World Champion Bret Hart and Yokozuna from the 3/28/93 Wrestling Challenge; Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes provided new commentary for those matches; featured the Crush vs. Lee Armstrong, Headshrinkers vs. unknowns, and Lex Luger vs. unknown matches from the 3/27/93 WWF Superstars; included an ad promoting the WrestleMania IX Hotline; featured pretaped promos by WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS, as well as Hulk Hogan, Brutus Beefcake, & Jimmy Hart about the tag team title match at WrestleMania; included the Bushwhackers vs. Repo Man & Damien Demento match from the 3/22/93 Monday Night Raw; featured a video tribute to Andre the Giant, the first inductee into the WWF Hall of Fame

Bob Backlund defeated Doink the Clown via disqualification at around the 5-minute mark when Doink attacked Backlund with his umbrella as Backlund attempted a cover (3/7/93; Fayetteville, NC)

Jim Duggan pinned Damien Demento with the running clothesline at 3:45 (3/9/93; Augusta, GA)

Kamala (w/ Slick) fought Papa Shango to a double count-out at 3:32 when Kamala stalked Shango backstage (3/8/93; North Charleston, SC)

Crush defeated Blake Beverly via submission with the head vice at 2:17 (5/4/93; Worcester, MA)

Doink the Clown (Borne) pinned Virgil at 5:17 with an elbow drop after squirting something into Virgil’s eyes (5/5/93; Portland, ME)

Bam Bam Bigelow fought Bob Backlund to a time-limit draw at around the 9-minute mark; after the bout, Backlund challenged Bigelow to 5 more minutes, even leading the crowd in a “5 more minutes” chant; after Bigelow seemingly accepted, he attacked Backlund from behind, threw him out of the ring, and then left ringside (5/10/93; Manhattan Center)

6/6/93 – featured backstage comments from the 1-2-3 Kid in which he talked about Razor Ramon’s $5,000 challenge to get him back into the ring, with the Kid turning down the offer; included the Smoking Gunns vs. Dale Wolfe & Gus Kantarakis and Lex Luger vs. Jason Knight matches from the 6/5/93 WWF Superstars; featured the Mr. Hughes vs. Bert Centeno match from the 5/31/93 Monday Night Raw; included an ad promoting the King of the Ring Hotline; featured the Owen Hart vs. Ricky Rich and Adam Bomb vs. Chris Simpson matches from the 6/6/93 Wrestling Challenge; included the Jim Duggan “USA” music video; featured an ad promoting the Royal Rumble on Super Nintendo; included the announcement Tatanka, Rick & Scott Steiner would face Doink the Clown, WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS the following week in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match:
Crush fought Razor Ramon to a double count-out at around the 11-minute mark after both men began fighting on the floor; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund introduced the commentary team as Gorilla Monsoon & the Wizard, but instead it was Monsoon & Jim Ross; after the contest, Crush took the mic and said no one wanted to see a count-out and they wanted to see a 1-2-3, with the crowd then chanting “1-2-3” as Crush begged Razor to get back in the ring; Razor acted like he would but then left ringside (5/25/93; Sydney, Nova Scotia)

Tatanka, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doink the Clown, WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1, at around the 9-minute mark; fall #1: Rick pinned Dibiase at the 33-second mark following a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle by Scott as Dibiase attempted to hit a piledriver on Rick; fall #2: Dibiase pinned Rick with a piledriver at around the 6-minute mark; fall #3: Rick, the illegal man, pinned Dibiase with a powerslam at around 2:30 as Dibiase attempted a leap frog (Best of the WWF: Heroes of the Squared Circle) (5/25/93; Sydney, Nova Scotia)

6/20/93 – featured an opening interview by Gene Okerlund of WWF World Champion Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji in which Fuji said his bodyslam challenge of Yokozuna would be held July 4 on the USS Intrepid; hosted by Okerlund & Bobby Heenan; included an ad promoting Royal Rumble for Super Nintendo; featured an ad promoting the King of the Ring pay-per-view replay; included Jim Ross & Gorilla Monsoon on commentary for the matches; featured the Adam Bomb vs. Jerry Seavey match from the 6/19/93 WWF Superstars; included the announcement Rick & Scott Steiner won the WWF Tag Team Titles the previous night in St. Louis; included the Mr. Perfect vs. PJ Walker, Bob Backlund vs. Doink the Clown, Tito Santana vs. Bert Centeno, and Headshrinkers vs. Ralph Mosca & Scott Despres matches from the 6/20/93 Wrestling Challenge; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Men on a Mission; included footage recapping Giant Gonzalez and Mr. Hughes’ attack on the Undertaker and Paul Bearer from the 6/13/93 WWF Superstars and the theft of the urn, followed by a backstage promo by Harvey Wippleman & Hughes in which they said Taker would never regain his urn; featured an ad promoting WWF Hasbro figures:
Bastion Booger pinned Owen Hart at 4:06 with a running splash after Owen missed a missile dropkick (5/25/93; Sydney, Nova Scotia)

6/27/93 – featured footage from the previous Monday’s Raw match between Razor Ramon and the 1-2-3 Kid; included the Tito Santana vs. Mr. Hughes match from the 6/26/93 WWF Superstars; featured a segment of the King’s Court in which Jerry Lawler introduced himself as his guest, with Lawler saying he didn’t attack Bret Hart at the King of the Ring and that Hart provoked him; Lawler then discussed what made him, not Hart, the king of the WWF; included the Marty Jannetty vs. Doink the Clown Best 2 out of 3 falls match from the previous week’s Raw; featured an ad promoting WWF Hasbro action figures; included an ad promoting WWF Royal Rumble on Super Nintendo; featured comments from WWF World Champion Yokozuna and Mr. Fuji about the following Sunday’s Stars & Stripes Challenge on the USS Intrepid:
Ted Dibiase pinned Bart Gunn at 9:16 after IRS, who appeared ringside late in the bout, hit Gunn in the head with his briefcase (6/14/93; Columbus, OH)

7/4/93 (only shown in the UK):
Tito Santana pinned Virgil at 5:33 with a roll up; after the bout, the two shook hands (6/14/93; Columbus, OH)

Tatanka, WWF Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Blake Beverly & Well Dunn at 9:07 when Tatanka pinned Blake with the Samoan Drop (7/7/93; Salisbury, MD)

The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Damien Demento at 3:57 with a DDT and legdrop off the top (7/6/93; Wilkes-Barre, PA)

Owen Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) via disqualification at 7:15 when Diesel tripped Owen from the outside; after the bout, Hart was double teamed by Michaels and Diesel (7/25/93; Alexandria Bay, NY)

Razor Ramon pinned Damien Demento at 4:40 with the Razor’s Edge (7/26/93; Utica, NY)
Marty Jannetty pinned Fred Williams with the flying fistdrop at 4:25 (7/26/93; Utica, NY)
Bastion Booger pinned Phil Apollo with the sit-down splash at 2:34 (7/27/93; Plattsburgh, NY)
The Heavenly Bodies defeated Virgil & Glen Ruth at 5:33 when Jimmy Del Ray pinned Ruth with the moonsault (7/27/93; Plattsburgh, NY)

The Bushwhackers defeated the Quebecers at around the 7-minute mark when Butch pinned Jacques with a roll up; after the bout, the Quebecars attacked the Bushwhackers in the aisle until several referees pulled them away (7/27/93; Plattsburgh, NY)

8/29/93 – included Vince McMahon conducting an in-ring interview with Freddie Blassie and Capt. Lou Albano, taped 8/16/93 in Poughkeepsie, NY, regarding the upcoming Summer Slam main event, with both men predicting Lex Luger would win:
The Smoking Gunns defeated Well Dunn via count-out at around the 7-minute mark after Billy pushed Bart back inside the ring just before the 10-count (8/18/93; Lowell, MA)

Razor Ramon pinned Damien Demento with the Razor’s Edge at 4:26 (8/18/93; Lowell, MA)

Marty Jannetty defeated the 1-2-3 Kid via count-out at around the 8-minute mark after the Kid missed a dive through the ropes; after the bout, Jannetty helped the Kid into the ring and the two men hugged out of respect (9/1/93; Saginaw, MI)

The Heavenly Bodies (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Smoking Gunns at around the 6:30 mark when Jimmy Del Ray pinned Bart after Cornette hit Bart with his tennis racquet (8/31/93; Grand Rapids, MI)


Rick Martel defeated the 1-2-3 Kid via submission with the Boston Crab at around the 7:30 mark after the Kid failed a top rope move (9/29/93; Portland, ME)

Well Dunn (w/ Harvey Wippleman) defeated SMW Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson via count-out at around the 12:30 mark after Jim Cornette, who appeared ringside early in the bout and interfered throughout, and Tom Prichard & Jimmy Del Ray attacked Gibson in the aisle (Morton & Gibson’s TV debut) (9/29/93; Portland, ME)

Marty Jannetty pinned Pat Tanaka with a tombstone piledriver at around the 7:30 mark (9/29/93; Portland, ME)

Rick Martel defeated Owen Hart via count-out at 8:25 after Jerry Lawler came ringside and rammed Hart face-first into the steel ring post as Martel distracted the referee (Bloopers, Bleeps, & Bodyslams) (9/28/93; Worcester, MA)



Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) & the Headshrinkers (w/ Afa) defeated the 1-2-3 Kid & the Smoking Gunns at 6:12 when Bigelow pinned Kid after catching him in mid-air and slamming him to the mat (12/1/93; Utica, NY)

WWF Women’s Title Tournament Finals: Alundra Blayze pinned Heidi Lee Morgan with a German suplex into a bridge at 6:29 after avoiding a clothesline (Blayze’s TV debut) (12/13/93; Poughkeepsie, NY)