does anyone know if any of the following intercontinental and tag team title changes are on any wwf video the rockers hart foundation tag belts ssnme 1990 when change was overturned the mountie vs bret hart ic belt 1992 house show mony inc leigion of doom tag team belts 1992 house show marty janettey shawn michaels ic belt raw 93 shawn michaels marty janettey june 93 ic belt house show the three tag title changes between money inc steiner bros june 93 in the space of five days house shows the kid janettey quebecers tag belts raw 94 the qubecers ragaining tag belts at msg kid janettey 94 mom vs quberces uk tour 1994 tag belts
quebecers regain from mom uk tour 1994 tag belts head shrinkers quebecers raw 94 michaels diesel head shrinkers tag belts 94 house show ramon jarrett ic belt 95 at quebec house show jarett regains ic title from ramon 95 at quebec house show edge jarrett ic belt 99 house show canada christain booker t ic title 2003 house show
Since they're into doing comp DVDs, I think this would be a real cool one to release. I know that footage exists of a lot of these changes - Harts/Rockers was originally taped for TV, and clips of a number of them were shown on TV (which probably means they exist on tape in full somewhere in the storage room).
I remember the Stiener Brothers Title changes very well because they did a huge house show in Huntington WV after the King of the Ring PPV. I think they had the entire roster at the time there...The main event was a Lumber Jack Match that featured Money Inc. who regained the Titles, from the Stienrs, the night before against Hogan and Beefcake. Yet by the weekend as reported on All American Wrestling on the USA network the Stieners had recaptured the gold. Just shows how much "competition" there was for the gold back then and how much the ANY THING CAN HAPPEN phrase really defined the company through the 90's.
Banned Once! The independant thought alarm went off, knew to much about b*tching.
hogans last wwf matches were in august 1993 on the hulkhogan farewell tour in countries like england scotland germany and italy he defeated wwf champion yokozuna by dq every night in his title rematches from kotr 93.
Kane uses the generic big guy offense: (weak) punches, big boot, side slam, chokeslam. Top rope clothesline is pretty weak, too. A-Train mixes up his moves pretty well, and tends to work the back leading to his finisher.