WWF RAW 7/25/1994
1. Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Frank Hudson in 2:44 following a Pedigree. During the match, Ron Simmons cut a promo talking about their upcoming match next week on RAW. Simmons notes that he is going to teach respect to HHH by giving him a beating he will not soon forget.
2. Men on a Mission defeated Duane Gill & Barry Horowitz in 3:10 when Mabel pinned Gill following a big splash. During the match, Michaels & Diesel cut a promo regarding a battle royal happening next week that will see a team win and challenge them for the gold at SummerSlam. They aren’t concerned about any of the teams.
3. Kings Court w/ Mr. Perfect: Lawler quickly talks about a big tag match taking place tonight where he will be teaming with Lex Luger to take on Bret Hart and Bam-Bam Bigelow. Lawler doesn’t believe that Hart and Bigelow will be able to team together and that they will crumble tonight. King turns his attention to last night how the world was shocked that Mr. Perfect was still alive after the beating he got in March. With that, Lawler introduces Perfect to the crowd, who welcome Perfect with a warm reception. Perfect enters the ring and Lawler asks why he would align himself with Hogan and Savage. Perfect laughs and reminds Lawler of his hatred for Ric Flair and their brutal feud that happened last year when Perfect beat Flair in a steel cage. Lawler believes that Perfect reached his peak and will never reach the mountain top. Perfect gets serious and tells King that he got close to the WWF World Championship and came up short, but he won’t stop. But first, he wants to get revenge on Scott Norton and everyone in the Dynasty for Perfect being out of action for the past three months. Perfect wants Norton at SummerSlam and hopes Norton has the courage to meet him one on one with no Dynasty members.
4. Owen Hart defeated Seth Benjamin in 2:14 with a missile dropkick.
5. IRS defeated Gabriel Johnson in 2:45 following a lariat.
6. John Bradshaw Interview: Jim Ross interviewed John Bradshaw about his altercation with Crush last week on RAW. Bradshaw tells Ross that he hates cowards and last week Jerry Lawler, Rick Martel and Crush all proved to be cowards. Bradshaw notes that Crush is a big guy and Bradshaw loves to fight. Bradshaw isn’t going to attack Crush from behind, but rather come right after him face to face. They’ll meet in the ring soon enough and it won’t be a pretty one.
7. Doink the Clown defeated Victor Payne in 2:09 following the Whoopee Cushion. After the match, Bob Holly appeared on the big screen and said that next week he has a major announcement that Doink will want to be around to hear.
8. The Smoking Gunns defeated Steve Matthews & Tim York in 3:13 when Billy pinned Matthews.
9. Ric Flair Interview: Jim Ross introduces Ric Flair and the Masked Man to come down for interview time. Ross talks about last night and how the Dynasty failed to beat Hogan and Savage. Flair doesn’t want to hear any of it and lets Ross know that he is none too happy about it. Flair has wanted to end Hulk Hogan for a long time and while they didn’t get the job done last night, he will personally end Hogan with the Masked Man and the chance to end Randy Savage is icing on the cake. SummerSlam in Chicago will mark the end of the Mega Powers and the rise of the Dynasty!
10. Ludvig Borga defeated Marty Jannetty in 6:07 following a shoulder breaker.
11. Jeff Jarrett defeated Dave Stevenson in 3:55 following a jumping DDT.
12. British Bulldog Interview: Jim Ross sat down with an emotional British Bulldog about having Ted DiBiase propose to his ex-wife over his lifeless body last week. Bulldog says for far too long that DiBiase has tormented the Hart Family and that now he has tormented his family. Bulldog says all this pain he feels inside right now will be unleashed on DiBiase at SummerSlam and that the wedding between DiBiase and Diane will have to take place inside a hospital. Bulldog gets up and tells Ross that he has nothing more to say to him.
13. Carlos Vega defeated the Kamikaze Kid in 5:12 following a spinning heel kick. During the match, Razor Ramon promoted his match with Carlos Vega at SummerSlam. Ramon will not forget about the strap attack two weeks ago on RAW.
14. Bret Hart & Bam-Bam Bigelow defeated Lex Luger & Jerry Lawler by disqualification in 7:05 when Luger hit Bret over the back with a steel chair while Lawler was in the Sharpshooter. Lawler also whacks Bigelow over the head with his crown and delivered a piledriver.
WWF Superstars 7/30/1994
1. Ted DiBiase defeated Gregory Timmons in 2:54 with the Million $ Dream.
2. Scott Steiner Interview: Jim Ross talked to Scott Steiner about his match with Rick Martel at SummerSlam for the WWF Intercontinental Championship. Steiner knows that Martel has held onto the championship for quite a long time, but he hasn’t entered the ring to wrestle a guy like himself. All things must come to an end and the reign of Rick Martel as Intercontinental Champion will be coming to an end at SummerSlam!
3. Razor Ramon defeated Barry Hardy in 2:06 following the Razors Edge.
4. The Headshrinkers defeated Adam Jones & David Wright in 2:33 when Fatu pinned Wright.
5. Doink the Clown Interview: Jim Ross conducted an interview with Doink about the major announcement from Bob Holly this coming Monday on RAW. Doink thinks he knows what it is and that it’s going to be Holly revealing to the world that he has to retire from wrestling and he can’t drive his little racecar anymore, which is exactly what Doink wanted! Doink can’t wait to hear Holly say it on Monday because everyone’s pain brings him happiness!
6. John Bradshaw defeated Curtis Young in 3:25 following a running clothesline.
7. WWF World Tag Team Champions Shawn Michaels & Diesel defeated Men on a Mission in a non-title match in 8:13 when Diesel pinned Mabel after a big boot.
WWF Wrestling Challenge 7/31/1994
1. Marty Jannetty defeated Quebecer Pierre in 8:14 following the Rocker Dropper.
2. The Heavenly Bodies defeated Greg Harvin & Hank Hansome in 2:51 when Del Ray pinned Hansome
3. Jerry Lawler defeated Tim Ecker in 2:44 following a piledriver.
4. Randy Savage defeated AJ Fatal in 2:15 following an elbow drop.
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