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#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #29

Saturday, November 30, 2013

#30 is here.

#29 May 4, 1966       512







In the 7th inning of a 6-1 Giants win over the Dodgers, Willie Mays hit the 512th home run of his career (off Claude Osteen) which broke Mel Ott's NL record.

The 28th greatest moment in Candlestick Park History is tomorrow.


#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #30

#31 is here.

#30 December 31, 1983 The Forgotten Comeback


The 49ers have had multiple end of game come from behind wins in the playoffs that spring to mind quickly.

This one should be recalled here; the Lions went up 23-17 on Billy Sims's second touchdown of the 4th quarter with 4:44 left. The Niners drive began at the 30, 7 plays later San Francisco was at the Detroit 27 at the two minute warning - a 13 yard pass to Russ Francis was followed by a 14 yard touchdown pass to Freddie Solomon giving the Niners a 24-23 lead with 1:23 left.  Eddie Murray, who already had 3 FGs on the day, missed a 42 yarder at the gun that gave San Francisco the win.

The Niners intercepted Gary Danielson 5 times, two by Riki Ellison.

The 29th greatest moment in Candlestick Park history is tomorrow.

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #31

Friday, November 29, 2013

#32 is here.

#31 September 27, 1997 NL West Champs

10 days before the Giants were a game out, but on Game 161 of the regular season the Giants beat the Padres 6-1 to win the NL West. Three Giants pitchers combined on a 4 hitter and, for only the 5th time in Candlestick history, the Giants were headed to the playoffs.

Only 30 left as we count down the 100 greatest moments in Candlestick Park history.

#30 is tomorrow.

If Only White Men Could Vote

Thursday, November 28, 2013

From here. The 2012 election if only white men could vote.

Remember - it's not about race.


NFL Supercontest Week 13

Week 12 is here. I'm 28-31-1

Detroit - 6.5 win
Pittsburgh + 3 win
Chicago pick loss
Miami +2 win
Cincinnati pick win

4-1
32-32-1

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #32

#33 is here.

#32 October 11, 1981 The Dynasty Begins



The birth of the 49er dynasty?  How about this 45-14 win over the Cowboys?

The year prior, Dallas hung 59 on San Francisco; the last time the 49ers had played meaningful football games, almost a decade prior, their seasons ended in losses to the Cowboys.

It really changed here, not with the Catch, but in this regular season win over Dallas, Fred Dean's first game as a 49er. Joe Montana threw scores to both Dwight Clark and Freddie Solomon; Ronnie Lott took a pick back for a touchdown, the Niners held Danny White to 8 completions for 60 yards and San Francisco throttled America's Team.

#31 is tomorrow.


Athlete of the Month, November 2013

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

October is here.


Paul George. Runners-up: Nick Foles,  Jack Taylor, Chris Davis

One month left.


January - Colin Kaepernick
February - Joe Flacco
March - LeBron James
April - Justin Upton
May-Clayton Kershaw
June - Patrick Kane  
July - Andy Murray
August- Mike Trout
September - Peyton Manning
October - David Ortiz

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #33

#34 is here.

#33 April 15, 1977 McCovey Returns


Candlestick legends leave.  Mays, Marichal, Clark, Montana, Rice, Lott - all finished their careers in uniforms that did not say San Francisco.

One came back - after three years away, Willie McCovey returned to Candlestick as the Giants first baseman in this home opener loss to the Dodgers to maybe the longest sustained cheer in park history.

#32 is tomorrow

College Football Picks - Week 14

Week 13 is here.

I'm 46-42-2

ECarolina +3 Marsh loss
Duke +6 UNC win
UConn +4 Rutg win
Missouri -5 A&M win

3-1
49-43-2

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #34

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

#35 is here.

#34 December 17, 2000 Jerry Rice Day

Jerry Rice Day at Candlestick - a rare occasion for any player, a day not intended to celebrate Rice's last NFL game, just his last game as a 49er.

It turned out to be an even more rare day when Terrell Owens broke a 50 year old record for most receptions in a game, 20, adding 283 yards and a score in the 49ers 17-0 win over the Bears.

#33 is tomorrow.

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #35

Monday, November 25, 2013

#36 is here.

#35 September 24, 1993 The Last Real Race



Down 4 a week before in baseball's last ever pennant race, the Giants closed their deficit to 1.5 by beating the Padres with an extra inning Will Clark walk off home run.

In the 8th, the Giants tied the score after Robby Thompson was in the head by Trevor Hoffman (ending his season) and a pinch running Mike Benjamin scored on a Matt Williams sac fly.  The Padres put two on with no one out on the 10th, but Rod Beck got out of the inning - leading to Clark's 2 out walk off homer in the bottom, in what turned out to be his last great Candlestick moment.

#34 is tomorrow














I See 4 Star Matches

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Ishimori v. Harada (Nov NOAH) 4 1/4
Sugiura v. Nagata (Oct NOAH) 4 1/2
Richards v. ACH (ROH Nov) 4
Marufuji v. Sugiura (Oct NOAH) 4
Kenta v. Sekimoto (Oct NOAH) 4 1/4

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #36

#37 is here.

#36 December 15, 1997 Simply the Best



Joe Montana returned to Candlestick for the first time since being traded to the Chiefs; his number retired at halftime of a Monday night game against the Broncos.

The Niners were 12-2, with the top ranked defense in the NFL. Denver was 11-3, on their way to a Super Bowl Championship.

Jerry Rice returned from a torn ACL after only three and a half months to play in this game - scoring in the second quarter with the Niners down 10-0, injuring himself on the play which caused him to miss the rest of the season.

John Elway, as was his legacy for much of his career, completely collapsed in the moment, 16-41, 150 yards, 2 interceptions with one returned for a score (Merton Hanks, Kevin Greene also returned a fumble for a touchdown).

The Niners won 34-17, finishing the season with a perfect record for the first time in Candlestick history.

#35 is tomorrow


#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #37

Saturday, November 23, 2013

#38 is here.

#37 April 12, 1993 Candlestick Lives







For about two decades the Giants had threatened to move - but after the '92 season, they were gone; sold to a group in Tampa that somehow would involve Tommy Lasorda.

And then they weren't - not only were the Giants rescued, but opened up their 1993 season with baseball's best player, a Giant legacy no less, in left field.

What did Barry Bonds do in his first Candlestick At Bat as a Giant?  Homered, of course, and the Giants went on to beat the Marlins 4-3 on an 11th inning Darren Lewis single.

#36 is tomorrow

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #38

Friday, November 22, 2013

#39 is here.

#38 January 6, 1990 41-13





A year prior, Minnesota came to San Francisco for the divisional round of the playoffs and got whipped.

In 1989 though, the Vikings had the NFL's number one ranked defense  - so when they faced San Francisco in that same playoff round, their optimism would have been understood.

Joe Montana threw 4 first half touchdown passes (two to Jerry Rice) and the Niners won 41-13.

In addition, Montana had 210 passing yards and Roger Criag 95 rushing yards - all in that first half.

The Niners had four sacks (none for Minnesota) two picks (one was returned for a score by Ronnie Lott)

The '89 Niners had arguably the greatest postseason performance in the history of professional sports.

It started here at Candlestick.

#37 is tomorrow.

Not a Penalty?

Thursday, November 21, 2013


Not a penalty.  Love you, NFL.  Mean it.


2013 Survivor Series Preview



The Internet was invented in the fall of 1994.

That was my experience anyway. I shouldn’t universalize.

In the fall of 1994 I was required to get an email address for a Business Associations course I was taking in my third year of law school. I didn’t have a computer; it would be a few years before I accessed the internet outside of a public space; which explains why my first searches on one of the eight computers with dial up access in the law library weren’t “Ashley Judd” + “boobs” but instead “world wrestling federation”.

Soon, I found out why Hulk Hogan had that black eye at Wrestlemania 9; soon, I found out why Jim Ross kept disappearing; soon, I found Ashley Judd’s scenes with Luke Perry in Normal Life; soon, I was politely asked not to return to the law library.

I turned 24 in the fall of 1994, a time when wrestling fans either age out of the demographic or become lifers – over those next 3-4 years those initial searches would lead me to trading VHS tapes from Japan, and an appreciation for a form of wrestling that wasn’t designed for children.

I stayed. I maybe should not have stayed.

The problem is that WWE largely programs for children; I want to buy suplexes and they want to sell catchphrases: Hulk Hogan became the Rock became Yawn Cena. Sure, some days Chris Benoit wins the title in a 4 ½ star main event of Wrestlemania XX – more days he loses it a couple months later to Randy Orton and is never heard from again.

I mean, except for the other thing.

Bryan Danielson was the face of a really significant upturn in American independent wrestling quality in the 21st century; young wrestlers had grown up with those same Japanese bootlegs and incorporated those styles into their matches. This summer a confluence of events led the now Daniel Bryan to reach as unique a position in WWE as I can recall – where he was (1) clearly the best wrestler in the company (2) clearly the most “over” wrestler in the company (3) clearly positioned by the company to take over the top of the card.

When last we left this space, walking into Summer Slam, Daniel Bryan was about to win the WWE Title and go on one of the best workrate runs in promotion history. It was entirely possible that, as did Bret Hart at X and Chris Benoit at XX, Daniel Bryan might well be in the main event of Wrestlemania XXX.

As does everything good, that all got shot to hell.

That’s been my experience anyway. I shouldn’t universalize.

Survivor Series is Sunday.

WWE Title: Randy Orton (c) vs Big Show
-Following Bryan’s defeat of Cena at Summer Slam in a 4 ¼ star match, he immediately lost the belt to Orton after a Pedigree from a heel turning HHH. The title was then held up for a month and a half while Bryan was repeatedly screwed over (in storyline, of course, such a thing would never happen behind the scenes) by the extended McMahon family out of a view that he was not worthy to be the face of the company. Cheers for Bryan, of course, got louder and louder in arenas throughout the country as fans backed their favorite as he fought the clearly unfair attempts to hold him down, and naturally, after having the rug pulled out repeatedly – Bryan finally got his redemption, proving he wasn’t a “B+ player” (language attached to him by HHH which clearly only makes sense to tie to the ankle of a babyface if he then goes onto disprove it) and rewarding those fans for their steadfastness with a hard earned victory.

Nah, that didn’t happen; he got screwed again, Randy Orton regained the belt and The Big Show was moved into the top babyface challenger position as the guy fighting management oppression and soaking up what had been Bryan’s “Yes” chants.

But at least it made fans mad at Hunter and Steph, right? So, all good. Go read Grantland if you don’t understand how that works.

This will not be a good match and Orton will keep the belt.

Result - This was not a good match and Orton kept the belt.

World Title: Yawn Cena (c) vs Alberto Del Rio
Cena’s loss to Bryan was to be his last match until, at the earliest, the Rumble – but the company’s dependence on the only babyface the fans (particularly the young fans) can count on to win in the end wouldn’t allow that. He returned several months ahead of schedule and took the secondary title from Del Rio. This is a rematch. Cena doesn’t appear ready to wrestle yet which drives down this match quality. He keeps the belt, one assumes. If you detect a lack of enthusiasm for the top of the card, believe me, I'm mustering all I have just to type the next lette.

Result - This was a pretty sleepy match and Cena kept.

CM Punk and Daniel Bryan vs. The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper & Erick Rowan)
The consolation prize for Bryan is what looks like a run with CM Punk; Summer Slam may have been a swing and a miss to Vince McMahon, but also contained the WWE Match of the Year, Punk losing to Brock Lesnar as part of his long feud with Paul Heyman.

Punk eventually came out on top and with he and Bryan both moving on they found themselves thrown together in a hotshot angle against the creepy Wyatts (one of whom is good, one of whom is not, neither of whom is Bray Wyatt, the team leader and only real attraction, who is injured).

This will be good, better than that if they get time and the Wyatt who isn’t any good stays out of the ring. I’ll say the heels win, but not with any confidence.

Result: 3 1/2 stars, 17 min. Best match of the night; babyfaces won.

Elimination Match: Cody Rhodes and Goldust, The Usos (Jimmy & Jey Uso) & Rey Mysterio vs. The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns) and The Real Americans (Antonio Cesaro & Jack Swagger)

This is currently the only men’s traditional Survivor Series style match on the card. The Rhodes Brothers are, improbably, the tag champs, having taken from The Shield. Goldust is in terrific shape and really works well in small doses in the WWE style; I’m less positive about Cody than are some others, but he’s perfectly fine in this role. The Usos are Rikishi’s kids and solid workers; there’s indication that HHH wants to refurbish the tag division, were that to play out, they’d be good hands. Rey hasn’t worked a major PPV since the Rumble; that he’s just a guy in what is just a match (in the way that, for example, HHH would never have been positioned when returning after an injury) reveals how WWE views him, both currently, and within their history.

The heel team contains two of the hundred best wrestlers in the world in Cesaro and Rollins, two really solid workers in Ambrose and Swagger (that’s overly fair to Swagger as he hasn’t developed as much as is ideal – current conversation is the HHH has directed developmental signings away from guys like Rollins and Ambrose and Cesaro – guys with independent backgrounds – and more toward guys like Swagger who haven’t been…tainted…I guess, with learning how to wrestle a non WWE style. So, if you’d like fewer CM Punks and more Mason Ryans, listen to HHH) and Reigns, who apparently is thought of as a future main eventer.

This is probably a good match; my guess is it’s match of the night with the babyface team winning.

Result: 3 1/2 stars, 23 min. Second best match of the night - heels won with Reigns eliminating Mysterio to be the sole survivor.  

Elimination Match: Natalya, The Bella Twins (Brie and Nikki Bella), The Funkadactyls (Naomi and Cameron), Eva Marie, & JoJo vs. AJ Lee, Tamina Snuka, Kaitlyn, Alicia Fox, Rosa Mendes, Aksana, & Summer Rae

WWE has a reality show on E featuring the women on one team – the women who aren’t on that show are on the other team.

Result - Reality show team won.  Not good. 

IC Title: Big E Langston (c) vs. Curtis Axel
Langston just took Axel’s (Curt Hennig’s kid) IC belt – he keeps it here in a short match.

Result: Langston kept in a short match.

Miz beats Kofi on the pre-show and that looks like it’s the entire card. If you’re wondering where Dolph Ziggler is, I bet he is also.

Result: Miz beat Kofi on the pre-show, they also added a short Mark Henry win over Ryback.

Just as I did with the Wrestlemania and Summer Slam here is every match in Survivor Series history ranked. The match times are rounded and they are followed by my star ratings for all of the 3 stars and up matches.

1. (96) Bret Hart d. Steve Austin 28:30 4 ¾
2. (92) WWF Title: Bret Hart d. Shawn Michaels 26 min 4 ¼
3. (95) WWF Title Bret Hart d. Diesel 25 min 4

4. (02) Tags: Los Guerreros (Eddie Guerrero and Chavo Guerrero) d, Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit, and Edge and Rey Mysterio 19:30 3 ¾
5. (97) WWF Title Shawn Michaels d. Bret Hart 12;30 3 ¾
6. (96) WWF Title: Sid d. Shawn Michaels 20 min 3 ¾
7. (87) Strike Force/Jim Powers/Paul Roma/British Bulldogs/Rougeaus/Killer Bees d.
Hart Foundation/Demolition/Greg Valentine/Dino Bravo/Islanders/Bolsheviks 30:30 3 ¾
8. (01)Team WWF (The Rock, Chris Jericho, The Undertaker, Kane, and The Big Show) d. Team Alliance (Stone Cold Steve Austin, Rob Van Dam, Kurt Angle, Booker T, and Shane McMahon) 45 min 3 ½
9. (02)World (Elimination Chamber) Shawn Michaels d. Triple H (with Ric Flair), Rob Van Dam, Booker T, Kane, and Chris Jericho 39 min 3 ½
10. (03)Team Bischoff (Chris Jericho, Christian, Randy Orton, Scott Steiner and Mark Henry) d. Team Austin (Shawn Michaels, Rob Van Dam, Booker T, Bubba Ray Dudley, and D-Von Dudley) 27 min. 3 ½
11. (11) WWF Title CM Punk defeated Alberto Del Rio 17 min 3 1/2
12. (96) Doug Furnas/Phil Lafon/Godwinns d. Owen/DaveyBoy/New Rockers 20:30 3 ½
13. (12) Team Ziggler (Dolph Ziggler, Damien Sandow, David Otunga, Wade Barrett, and Alberto Del Rio) (with Ricardo Rodriguez) d. Team Foley (The Miz, Kofi Kingston, Team Hell No (Kane & Daniel Bryan) and Randy Orton) 26 min 3 1/2
14. (94) WWF Title Bob Backlund d. Bret Hart 35 min 3 ½
15. (04)IC Shelton Benjamin d. Christian (with Tyson Tomko) 13:30 3 ½
16. (09) WWF Title: John Cena d. Triple H and Shawn Michaels 21 min 3 ½
17. (05) Triple H d Ric Flair 27 min 3 ½
18. (95) 123 Kid/Chris Candido/Dr Tom/Louis Spicoli d. Marty Jannetty/Hakushi/Bob Holly/Barry Horowitz 18:30 3 1/2
19. (93) Heavenly Bodies d. Rock N Roll Express 13:30 3 ½
20. (88) Powers of Pain/Rockers/Young Stallions/Hart Foundation/British Bulldogs d.
Demoliton/Bolsheviks/Brainbusters/Conquistadors/Rougeaus 42 min 3 ½

21. (09) Team Miz (The Miz, Drew McIntyre, Sheamus, Dolph Ziggler, and Jack Swagger) d Team Morrison (John Morrison, Matt Hardy, Evan Bourne, Shelton Benjamin, and Finlay) 21 min 3 ¼
22 (09) Team Kingston (Kofi Kingston, Montel Vontavious Porter, Mark Henry, R-Truth, and Christian) d Team Orton (Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase, CM Punk, and William Regal) 21 min 3 ¼
23 (98) Mankind d. Steve Austin 10:30 3 ¼
24. (05) Booker T (with Sharmell) d Chris Benoit 14:30 3 ¼
25. (05)WWF Champ John Cena (c) defeated Kurt Angle 14 min 3 ¼
26. (91) Ted Dibiase, The Mountie, The Warlord & Ric Flair d. Bret Hart, Roddy Piper, The British Bulldog & Virgil. 3 ¼ 21:30
27. (92) Randy Savage/Mr. Perfect d. Ric Flair/Razor Ramon 3 ¼ 16:30
28. (07) WWF Title Randy Orton (c) defeated Shawn Michaels 18 min 3 ¼
29. (99) Hollys/Too Cool d. Edge/Christian/Hardys 14:30 3 ¼
30. (12) Team Clay (Brodus Clay, Justin Gabriel, Tyson Kidd, Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio) (with Cameron and Naomi) d Team Tensai (Tensai, Primo, Epico and The Prime Time Players (Darren Young and Titus O'Neil) 18:30 3 ¼
31. (04) Jr. Title: Spike Dudley d Billy Kidman, Chavo Guerrero, and Rey Mysterio 9 min 3
32. (04) Tables: The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and Spike) and Jeff Hardy d 3-Minute Warning (Rosey and Jamal) and Rico 14 min 3
33. (10) US: Daniel Bryan d Ted DiBiase 10 min 3
34. (96) Undertaker d. Mankind 15 min. 3
35. (08) World Title: John Cena d Chris Jericho 21 min 3
36. (97) Doug Furnas/Phil LaFon/Davey Boy/Anvil d. Marc Mero/Steve Blackman/Vader/Goldust 17 min 3
37. (04) Team Orton (Randy Orton, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, and Maven) d Team Triple H (Triple H, Edge, Batista, and Snitsky) (with Ric Flair) 24 min 3
38. (94) British Bulldog/Razor Ramon/Fatu/Barbarian/123Kid d. HBK/Diesel/Owen Hart/Anvil/Jeff Jarrett 22 min 3
39. (07) Team Triple H (Triple H, Jeff Hardy, Rey Mysterio and Kane) defeated Team Umaga (Umaga, Mr. Kennedy, Montel Vontavious Porter, Finlay and Big Daddy V) 22min 3
40. (11) Dolph Ziggler d. John Morrison 10:30 3
41. (10) John Morrison d Sheamus 11 min 3
42. (99) IC: Chyna d. Chris Jericho 13:30 3
43. (07) World (Cell) Batista (c) defeated The Undertaker 21 min 3
44. (93) Randy Savage/Razor Ramon/123 Kid/Marty Jannetty d. Diesel/Adam Bomb/IRS/Rick Martel 36 min. 3
45. (89) Rick Rude/Curt Hennig/Rougeaus d. Roddy Piper/Bushwackers/Jimmy Snuka 21:30 3
46. (05) Team SmackDown (Batista, Rey Mysterio, John Bradshaw Layfield, Bobby Lashley and Randy Orton) (with Bob Orton and Jillian Hall) defeated Team Raw (Shawn Michaels, Kane, The Big Show, Carlito and Chris Masters) 24 min 3
47. (05) US Title: Chris Benoit (c) defeated Chavo Guerrero (with Vickie Guerrero) by submission 8:30
48. (10) Dolph Ziggler (c) (with Vickie Guerrero) defeated Kaval 9:30 3
49. (11) The Rock and John Cena defeated Awesome Truth (The Miz and R-Truth) 21:30
50. (90) Ted Dibiase/Undertaker /Honky Tonk Man /Greg Valentine d. Hart Foundation/DustyRhodes/Koko B Ware 14 min 3
51. (00) WWF Title: Kurt Angle d. Undertaker 3 16 min

52. (12) World Sheamus d The Big Show 14:30
53. (01) Tags (Cage): The Dudley Boyz (with Stacy Keibler) d The Hardy Boyz 15:30
54. (00) The Radicalz (Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, Eddie Guerrero and Perry Saturn) (with Terri) d D-Generation X (Road Dogg, K-Kwik, Billy Gunn and Chyna) 12:30
55. (12) WWF Title CM Punk d. Ryback and John Cena 18 min
56. (03) Team Angle (Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit, John Cena, Hardcore Holly, and Bradshaw) d Team Lesnar (Brock Lesnar, The Big Show, Matt Morgan, Nathan Jones and A-Train) 13:30
57. (04) Team Guerrero (Eddie Guerrero, The Big Show, Rob Van Dam, and John Cena) defeated Team Angle (Kurt Angle, Carlito, Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak) 12:30
58. (08) Team HBK (Shawn Michaels, Rey Mysterio, Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard and JTG), and The Great Khali) d. Team JBL (John Bradshaw Layfield, Kane, MVP, John Morrison and The Miz) 18 min
59. (10) Team Mysterio (Rey Mysterio, Kofi Kingston, Chris Masters, Big Show, and MVP) d. Team Del Rio (Alberto Del Rio, Tyler Reks, Drew McIntyre, Jack Swagger, and Cody Rhodes) 18 min
60. (11) Team Barrett (Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes, Jack Swagger, Hunico, and Dolph Ziggler) d. Team Orton (Randy Orton, Sheamus, Mason Ryan, Kofi Kingston, and Sin Cara) 22 min
61. (01) US/IC Title: Edge d Test 11 min
62. (00) The Rock d Rikishi 11:30
63. (95) Bertha Faye, Aja Kong, Tomoko Watanabe & Lioness Asuka vs. Alundra Blaze, Sakie Hasegawa, Kyoko Inoue, & Chapparita Asari. 10 min
64. (08) Team Orton (Randy Orton, Shelton Benjamin, William Regal, Cody Rhodes, and Mark Henry) (with Layla, Manu and Tony Atlas) d Team Batista (Batista, CM Punk, Kofi Kingston, Matt Hardy, and R-Truth) 16:30
65. (03) Tags: Basham Brothers d. Los Guerreros (Eddie and Chavo) 7 min
66. (07)Tags: Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch d Hardcore Holly and Cody Rhodes 7 min
67. (95) Shawn Michaels, Ahmed Johnson, The British Bulldog & Sid (w/Ted Dibiase & Jim Cornette) d. Yokozuna, Owen Hart, Razor Ramon & Dean Douglas (w/Mr. Fuji) 27:30
68. (97) The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal), Ahmed Johnson and Ken Shamrock d The Nation of Domination (The Rock, Faarooq, Kama Mustafa and D'Lo Brown) 20:30
69. (87) The Jumping Bomb Angels, Velvet MacIntyre, Rockin’ Robin & The Fabulous Moolah d. Judy Martin, Leilani Kai, Dawn Marie, Donna Christanello & Sherri Martell 20:15
70. (07) ECW Title: CM Punk d. John Morrison and The Miz 8 min
71. WWF Title: Randy Orton d. Wade Barrett 15 min
72. (01) Euro Title: Christian defeated Al Snow 6:30
73. (02) Jr Title: Billy Kidman defeated Jamie Noble 7:30
74. (06) Team DX (Triple H, Shawn Michaels, CM Punk and the Hardy Boyz) d Team Rated-RKO (Edge, Randy Orton, Johnny Nitro, Mike Knox and Gregory Helms) 11:30
75. (09) WorldTitle: Undertaker d Chris Jericho and The Big Show 13:30
76. (12) Antonio Cesaro d R-Truth 7 min
77. (02)Women: Victoria d Trish Stratus 7 min
78. (88) Andre the Giant, Dino Bravo w/Frenchie Martin, Ravishing Rick Rude w/ Bobby Heenan, Harley Race & Mr. Perfect d. Jake Roberts, Jim Duggan, Ken Patera, Tito Santana & Scott Casey 30:30
79. (00) Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von) and Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff) d Edge and Christian and Right to Censor (Bull Buchanan and The Goodfather) 10 min
80. (89) Ultimate Warrior, Jim Neidhart, Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty d. Bobby Heenan, Arn Anderson, Haku & Andre the Giant. 21:30
81. (98) XPac draw Steve Regal 8 min
82. (04) WWF Title: John Bradshaw Layfield d. Booker T 15 min
83. (00)Steve Austin NC HHH 25 min
84. (98) WWF Title: The Rock d. Mankind 17 min
85. (00) Kane d Chris Jericho 12:30
86. (10) World: Kane d. Edge 13 min
87. (03) World Title: Goldberg d Triple H (with Ric Flair) 12 min
88. (99) WWF Title: Big Show d. HHH/Rock 16 min
89. (00) Euro: William Regal d. Hardcore Holly. 5:30
90. (01)William Regal d Tajiri 3 min
91. (99) Tags: New Age Outlaws d.. Mankind & Al Snow 14 min
92. (03) Kane d Shane McMahon 13:30 min
93. (99) Kurt Angle d. Shawn Stasiak. 6 min
94. (06) Mr. Kennedy d The Undertaker 9 min
95. (96) The Stalker, Jake Roberts & Rocky Maivia d. Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Jerry Lawler, Crush & Goldust (w/Marlena) 23:30
96. (94) Tatanka, Bam Bam Bigelow, King Kong Bundy, Tom Pritchard & Jimmy Del Ray (w/Ted Dibiase) d. Lex Luger, Adam Bomb, Mabel, Billy Gunn & Bart Gunn (w/Oscar) 23:30
97. (89) Dusty Rhodes, The Red Rooster, Tito Santana & Brutus Beefcake d. Big Bossman, Bad News Brown, Rick Martel & Honky Tonk Man (w/Slick & Jimmy Hart) 22 min
98. (87) Randy Savage, Ricky Steamboat, Brutus Beefcake, Jake Roberts & Jim Duggan (w/Elizabeth) d. Honky Tonk Man, Ron Bass, Hercules, Danny Davis & Harley Race (w/Jimmy Hart & Bobby Heenan) 24 min
99. (06)Team Cena (John Cena, Kane, Bobby Lashley, Sabu and Rob Van Dam) d Team Big Show (The Big Show, Test, Montel Vontavious Porter, Finlay (with Hornswoggle) and Umaga 12:30
100. (09)Batista defeated Rey Mysterio 7 min
101. (99) The Godfather, D-Lo Brown & Headbangers d. Acolytes & Dudleys 9:30
102. (99) Van Venis, Mark Henry, Gangrel & Steve Blackman d.. The British Bulldog & Mean St Posse 9 min
103. (98) Rock d. Ken Shamrock 8:30
104. (98) Ken Shamrock d. Goldust 6 min
105. (97) Kane d. Mankind 9 min
106. (06)World Title: Batista defeated King Booker 14 min
107. (03)Women: Molly Holly (c) defeated Lita 7 min
108. (87) Andre the Giant, King Kong Bundy, The One Man Gang, Butch Reed & Rick Rude (w/Slick & Bobby Heenan) d. Hulk Hogan, Paul Orndorff, Bam Bam Bigelow, Ken Patera & Don Muraco (w/Oliver Humperdink) 23 min
109. (89) Hulk Hogan, Jake Roberts & Demolition d Ted Dibiase, Zeus & The Powers of Pain (w/Mr. Fuji & Virgil). 26:30
110. (97) The Truth Commission (The Jackyl, The Interrogator, Sniper, and Recon) d. The Disciples of Apocalypse (Crush, Chainz, 8-Ball, and Skull) 10 min
111. (06) Team WWE Legends (Ric Flair, Sgt. Slaughter, Dusty Rhodes and Ron Simmons) (with Arn Anderson) d Team Spirit Squad (Kenny, Johnny, Nicky and Mikey) (with Mitch) 10 min
112. (98) Mankind d. Al Snow 4 min
113. (98) Rock d. Undertaker 8:30
114. (98) Undertaker d. Kane 7 min
115. (04)The Undertaker d Heidenreich (with Paul Heyman) 16 min
116. (90) Hulk Hogan, Jim Duggan, Tugboat & the Big Bossman d. Dino Bravo, the Earthquake, Haku & the Barbarian (w/Jimmy Hart & Bobby Heenan). 16 min
117. (90) Rick Martel, Warlord, Power and Glory (with Slick) d. Jake Roberts, Jimmy Snuka, Rockers 18 min
118. (93) Lex Luger, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, The Undertaker d. Ludvig Borga, Jacques Rougeau, Crush, Yokozuna 28 min
119 (97) The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn and Road Dogg) and The Godwinns (Henry and Phineas) d. The Headbangers (Mosh and Thrasher) and The New Blackjacks (Blackjack Windham and Blackjack Bradshaw) 15:30
120. (93) Bret Hart, Owen Hart, Bruce Hart and Keith Hart v. Shawn Michaels, the Black Knight, the Red Knight and the Blue Knight. 31 min
121. (02) WWF Title: Big Show d Brock Lesnar 4 min
122. (00)Steve Blackman, Crash Holly and Molly Holly defeated T & A (Test and Albert) and Trish Stratus 5 min
123. (96) Faarooq, Vader, Fake Diesel & Fake Razor (w/Clarence Mason, PG-13 & Jim Cornette) NC Flash Funk, Savio Vega, Yokozuna & Jimmy Snuka 9:30
124. (10) Tags: The Nexus (Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater) (c) (with David Otunga, Michael McGillicutty, and Husky Harris) defeated Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov 5 min
125. (01)Battle Royal 7:30
126. (92) The Nasty Boys & the Natural Disasters d. The Beverly Brothers & Money Inc 16 min
127. (95) The Undertaker, Henry Godwinn, Fatu & Savio Vega v. King Mabel, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Isaac Yankem & Jerry Lawler 14:30
128. (88) The Ultimate Warrior, Brutus Beefcake, Sam Houston, the Blue Blazer & Jim Brunzell d. The Honky Tonk Man, Dangerous Danny Davis, Outlaw Ron Bass, Greg Valentine & Bad News Brown (w/Jimmy Hart). 18 min
129. (90) The Ultimate Warrior, Texas Tornado & The Road Warriors d. Mr. Perfect & Demolition (w/Mr. Fuji & Bobby Heenan). 14 min
130. (88) Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Hillbilly Jim, Hercules & Koko B. Ware (w/Elizabeth) d. The Big Bossman, Akeem, King Haku, the Red Rooster & Ted Dibiase (w/Slick, Virgil & Bobby Heenan) 29 min
131. (91) The Beverly Brothers & The Nasty Boys d. The Rockers & The Bushwhackers 23 min
132. (89) Randy Savage, Dino Bravo, Greg Valentine & Earthquake d. Jim Duggan, Ronnie Garvin, Bret Hart & Hercules. 23:30
133. (08) The Undertaker d The Big Show 13 min
134. (91) WWF Title: Undertaker d. Hulk Hogan 12:30
135. (11) World Title: Big Show defeated Mark Henry 13 min
136. (92) Headshrinkers d. High Energy 7:30
137. (92) Tatanka d. Rick Martel 11:30
138. (95) Goldust vs. Bam Bam Bigelow 8:30
139. (90) The Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan & Tito Santana d. Ted Dibiase, Rick Martel, the Warlord, and Power & Glory (w/Slick & Virgil) 9 min
140. (98) Al Snow d. Jeff Jarrett 3:30
141. (99) Kane d. XPac 4 min
142. (06) Women: Mickie James defeated Lita 8:30
143. (99) The Big Show d. Albert, Viscera, Mideon & Big Bossman 1:30
144. (98) Steve Austin d. Big Boss Man 3:30
145. (97) IC: Steve Austin d. Owen Hart 4 min
146. (11) Beth Phoenix d Eve Torres 4 min
147. (10) Women: Natalya d Lay-Cool (Layla and Michelle McCool) 3:30
148. (01)Women: Trish Stratus d Lita, Jacqueline, Mighty Molly, Jazz, and Ivory 4:30
149. (04)Women Trish Stratus d Lita 1:30
150. (98) Mankind d. Dwayne Gill :30
151. (98) Rock d. Boss Man :30
152. (06)Women: Trish Stratus d Melina 6:30
153. (09) Team Mickie (Mickie James, Kelly Kelly, Melina, Gail Kim, and Eve Torres) d Team Michelle (Michelle McCool, Jillian Hall, Beth Phoenix, Layla, and Alicia Fox) 10:30
154. (08) Team Raw (Beth Phoenix, Mickie James, Kelly Kelly, Candice Michelle, and Jillian Hall) (with Santino Marella) d Team SmackDown (Michelle McCool, Victoria, Maria, Maryse, and Natalya) 9:30
155. (00)Women: Ivory d Lita 5 min
156. (12) Women Eve Torres (c) defeated Kaitlyn 7 min
157. (98) Women: Sable d. Jackie 3 min
158. (92) Big Boss Man d. Nailz 6 min
159. (92) Yokozuna d. Virgil 4 min
160. (91) The Big Bossman & The Legion of Doom d. Irwin R. Shyster & The Natural Disasters (w/Jimmy Hart) 15:30
161. (91) The Texas Tornado, Tito Santana, Hacksaw Jim Duggan & Sergeant Slaughter d. Colonel Mustafa, the Berserker, Skinner & Hercules 14 min
162. (90) Nikolai Volkoff, Tito Santana & the Bushwhackers d.. Sgt. Slaughter, Boris Zhukov & the Orient Express (w/Gen. Adnan & Mr. Fuji) 10:30
163. (98) Tags: The New Age Outlaws d. Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown and The Headbangers 10:30
164. (93) The Bushwhackers & Men on a Mission (w/Oscar) d. Bam Bam Bigelow, Bastion Booger & The Headshrinkers (w/Luna Vachon & Afa) 11 min
165. (02)Vince McMahon d The Undertaker 12 min
166. (08) WWF Title: Edge d Triple H and Vladimir Kozlov 14 min
167. (92) Casket Match: The Undertaker d Kamala (w/Kim Chee & Harvey Whippleman) 7 min
168. (07) Mickie James, Maria, Torrie Wilson, Michelle McCool and Kelly Kelly d. Beth Phoenix, Jillian Hall, Melina, Victoria and Layla 5 min
169. (99) Tori, Debra, Mae Young & Moolah d. Jacqueline, Luna Vachon, Ivory & Terri Runnels 2 min
170. (05) Theodore Long (with Palmer Cannon) d Eric Bischoff 5:30
171. (07) The Great Khali d Hornswoggle 3 min
172. (94) Casket Match: The Undertaker d Yokozuna (w/Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette). 15:30
173 (94) Jerry Lawler, Sleazy, Cheesy & Queasy vs. Doink, Dink, Wink & Pink 16 min

NFL Supercontest Week 12

Last week is here. I'm 25-29-1

Jax +10 Hou win
Chi +1 StL loss
NYJ +3.5 Balt loss 
Tenn +1 Oak win
Ariz -2.5 Indy win

3-2 
28-31-1

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #39

#40 is here.

#39 June 15, 1963 34 Years


Going to the bottom of the 8th, San Francisco and Houston had combined for a total of 1 hit, a Williw Mays first inning single.

Neither team had placed a runner in scoring position.

In the 8th, doubles by Jim Davenport and, with two out, Chuck Hiller scored the only run the Giants would need - Juan Marichal beat Houston 1-0.

It was the first no-hitter the Giants had thrown in 34 years, since Carl Hubbell in 1929.

Marichal allowed only two walks and struck out five.

#38 is tomorrow.


#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #40

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

#41 is here.

#40 January 1, 1989 Bill's Last Win





A year before, one of the great Niners teams of all time got blown out in the first round of the playoffs by the Vikings.

Not this year.  In what would be Bill Walsh's last ever Candlestick win, Jerry Rice scored three first half touchdowns, Roger Craig added two in the 4th quarter, and the Niners began their third Super Bowl playoff run with a 34-9 win over the Vikings.

The Niners had 6 sacks; Ronnie Lott had two picks - a week later the Niners went into Soldier Field, beat the Bears, and went on to win the Super Bowl.

#39 is tomorrow.

College Football Picks - Week 13

Week 12 is here. I'm 40-41-1

Navy +2 SJ St win
Duke -6 Wake win
Miss St -2 Ark win
Pitt -1 Syr push
Utah +2 Wash St loss
Neb +1.5 Penn St win
Vandy +3 Tenn win
S Ala -3 La Mon win

6-1-1
46-42-2

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #41

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

#42 is here.

#41 July 18, 1970 3,000





Willie Mays became the 10th man in MLB history to get 3,000 hits with a single off of Mike Wegener.

The Giants rolled the Expos 10-1; Gaylord Perry homered (he had 6 homers in 22 seasons) and threw a complete game 4 hitter.

#40 is tomorrow.  The 40 greatest moments in Candlestick History on the way.

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #42

Monday, November 18, 2013

#43 is here.

#42 December 29, 1984 6 Sacks, 2 Picks





The first 18 win team in NFL history started its playoff run here, with 6 sacks, 2 interceptions and a 21-10 win over the Giants.  Dwight Clark had 9 catches for 112 yards and a score.

#41 is tomorrow


Frustrating

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#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #43

Sunday, November 17, 2013

#44 is here.

#43 July 21, 1972 650



Willie Mays hit 646 home runs as a Giant.

He hit two against them.  This was the one at the Stick - Willie Mays became only the third man to hit 650 home runs with a two run shot off Jim Barr in this 3-1 Mets win over San Francisco.

How about not trading Willie Mays.  Just sayin'.

#42 is tomorrow


#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #44

Saturday, November 16, 2013

#45 is here.

#44 January 7 1995 -15.5


You have to like a playoff game where the starting quarterback is hanging out on the sideline with 5 minutes left in the third quarter.

The 49ers were 15.5 point favorites as they opened their most recent Super Bowl winning playoff run against the Bears - it wasn't nearly enough.  William Floyd scored 3 times, the Niners had a third quarter 37-3 lead, Elvis Grbac was mopping up before end of the third quarter and San Francisco eased through the divisional playoff round, 44-15.

#43 is tomorrow.

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #45

Friday, November 15, 2013

#46 is here.

#45 August 27, 1963 Mays Hits 400

Willie Mays became only the 10th man in MLB history to hit 400 home runs.

He hit it in the 3rd off Curt Simmons, one of three Giants homers in the inning. San Francisco beat the Cardinals 7-2.

#44 is tomorrow

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #46

Thursday, November 14, 2013

#47 is here.

#46 January 12, 1991 2 Steps From the Threepeat



You wouldn't have known it at the time, but this was Joe Montana's last playoff win as a 49er.

He threw for two scores, to Jerry Rice and Mike Sherrard, aiding the Niners in defeating the Redskins 28-10.  In the game's most memorable moment, Michael Carter intercepted a Mark Rypien pass and returned it 61 yards for a late touchdown.

A week later, the Niners failed in their attempt at reaching a third straight Super Bowl, losing the NFC Championship in what was effectively the end of Montana's (and the literal end of Ronnie Lott's and Roger Craig's) 49er career.

#45 is tomorrow

NFL Supercontest Week 11

Last week is here. I'm 25-25

Tenn +2.5 Indy loss
Jags +7 Arizona loss
Atlanta -1.5 TB loss
Chi -3 Balt push
GB+5 NYG loss

0-4-1

25-29-1



I Watch 4 Star Wrestling Matches

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Nakamura v. Naito (Aug - NJPW) 4
Tanahashi v. Okada (Aug - NJPW) 4 1/4
Tanahashi v. Naito (Aug - NJPW) 4 1/4
London v Strong (Nov - ROH) 4
Kotaro/Kanemaru v. Nakajima/Ibushi (Aug Diamond Ring) 4 1/2
Nakamura/Marufuji v. Kenta/Sugiura (Aug NOAH) 4
Kyle O'Reilly v. Trent (Aug PWG) 4
Kyle O'Reilly v. ACH (Aug PWG) 4
Michael Elgin v. Johnny Gargano (Aug PWG) 4


#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #47

#48 is here.

#47 July 15 1973 McCovey Hits 400


51 players in MLB history (including Alfonso Soriano) have hit 400 home runs.

Before this day, that number was 14.  In a 12-0 Giants win over Pittsburgh, Willie McCovey made it 15.

In fact, he also hit 401 in this complete game win for Juan Marichal.

#46 is tomorrow

College Football Picks - Week 12

Week 11 is here. I'm 37-39-1

Geo Tech +11 Clem loss
Duke +4 Miami win
Mich +3 Northwestern win
Memphis -1 SFla win
Hawaii +5 SD St loss

3-2
40-41-1



#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #48

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

#49 is here.

#48 January 15 1994 Turn on the Watters











How did Lawrence Taylor spend his last game?  Watching Ricky Watters run by him.

Ricky Watters scored a playoff record 5 touchdowns as the Niners beat the Giants 44-3.

The Niners had 5 sacks and three picks and were on their way to the NFC Title game.

#47 is tomorrow

#FarewellCandlestick: The 100 Greatest Moments in Candlestick Park History #49

Monday, November 11, 2013

#50 is here.

#49 September 17, 1968 100 Minutes


Gaylord Perry and Bob Gibson matched up in a 1-0 Giants win in a 100 minute game; San Francisco had only 6 baseunners, one was a Run Hunt first inning home run that provided the final margin.

Perry allowed only two baserunners - both of them walks, neither runner got past first base in the second no-hitter ever by a Giant at Candlestick.

#48 is tomorrow

Ranked. Every. Survivor Series. Match. Ever

Sunday, November 10, 2013


Just as I did with the Wrestlemania and Summer Slam here is every match in Survivor Series history ranked.  The match times are rounded and they are followed by my star ratings for all of the 3 stars and up matches. 



1.      (96) Bret Hart d. Steve Austin 28:30 4 ¾

2.      (92) WWF Title: Bret Hart d. Shawn Michaels 26 min 4 ¼

3.      (16) A.J. Styles & Dean Ambrose & Randy Orton & Bray Wyatt & Shane McMahon d. Kevin Owens & Chris Jericho & Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns & Braun Strowman 53 min 4 

4.      (95) WWF Title Bret Hart d. Diesel 25 min 4

5.      (02) Tags: Los Guerreros (Eddie Guerrero and Chavo Guerrero) d, Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit, and Edge and Rey Mysterio 19:30 3 ¾

6. (97) WWF Title Shawn Michaels d. Bret Hart 12;30 3 ¾ 

7.      (96) WWF Title: Sid d. Shawn Michaels 20 min 3 ¾

               8.    (16)    Enzo Amore & Big Cass & Kofi Kingston & Big E & Primo & Epico & Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson & Cesaro & Sheamus d. Jason Jordan & Chad Gable & Heath Slater & Rhyno & Tyler Breeze & Fandango & Usos & Mojo Rawley & Zack Ryder  19 min 3 3/4
              
9.      (87) Strike Force/Jim Powers/Paul Roma/British Bulldogs/Rougeaus/Killer Bees d.
Hart Foundation/Demolition/Greg Valentine/Dino Bravo/Islanders/Bolsheviks    30:30  3 ¾

10. (01)Team WWF (The Rock, Chris Jericho, The Undertaker, Kane, and The Big Show) d. Team Alliance (Stone Cold Steve Austin, Rob Van Dam, Kurt Angle, Booker T, and Shane McMahon) 45 min 3 ½

11. (02)World (Elimination Chamber) Shawn Michaels d. Triple H  (with Ric Flair), Rob Van Dam, Booker T, Kane, and Chris Jericho 39 min 3 ½

12. (03)Team Bischoff (Chris Jericho, Christian, Randy Orton, Scott Steiner and Mark Henry) d. Team Austin (Shawn Michaels, Rob Van Dam, Booker T, Bubba Ray Dudley, and D-Von Dudley) 27 min. 3 ½

13. (11) WWF Title CM Punk defeated Alberto Del Rio 17 min 3 1/2 

14. (96) Doug Furnas/Phil Lafon/Godwinns d. Owen/DaveyBoy/New Rockers  20:30 3 ½

15. (12) Team Ziggler (Dolph Ziggler, Damien Sandow, David Otunga, Wade Barrett, and Alberto Del Rio) (with Ricardo Rodriguez) d. Team Foley (The Miz, Kofi Kingston, Team Hell No (Kane & Daniel Bryan) and Randy Orton) 26 min 3 1/2 

16.  (94) WWF Title Bob Backlund d. Bret Hart 35 min 3 ½

17. (04)IC Shelton Benjamin d. Christian (with Tyson Tomko) 13:30 3 ½

18. (09) WWF Title: John Cena d. Triple H and Shawn Michaels 21 min 3 ½

19. (05) Triple H d Ric Flair 27 min 3 ½


20. (13) CM Punk and Daniel Bryan d The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper & Erick Rowan) (with Bray Wyatt) 3 ½ 

21. (13) The Shield (Dean AmbroseSeth Rollins, and Roman Reigns) and The Real Americans (Antonio Cesaro & Jack Swagger) defeated Cody Rhodes and GoldustThe Usos (Jimmy & Jey Uso) & Rey Mysterio 23:30 3 1/2

22. (95) 123 Kid/Chris Candido/Dr Tom/Louis Spicoli d. Marty Jannetty/Hakushi/Bob Holly/Barry Horowitz  18:30 3 1/2 

 23. (93) Heavenly Bodies d. Rock N Roll Express 13:30 3 ½

 24. (88) Powers of Pain/Rockers/Young Stallions/Hart Foundation/British Bulldogs d.
Demoliton/Bolsheviks/Brainbusters/Conquistadors/Rougeaus  42 min 3 ½

     25.            (16) Cruiser: Brian Kendrick d. Kalisto 14 min 3 1/2 

26. (09) Team Miz (The Miz, Drew McIntyre, Sheamus, Dolph Ziggler, and Jack Swagger) d Team Morrison (John Morrison, Matt Hardy, Evan Bourne, Shelton Benjamin, and Finlay) 21 min 3 ¼

27 (09) Team Kingston (Kofi Kingston, Montel Vontavious Porter, Mark Henry, R-Truth, and Christian) d Team Orton (Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase, CM Punk, and William Regal) 21 min 3 ¼

28 (98) Mankind d. Steve Austin 10:30 3 ¼

29. (05) Booker T (with Sharmell) d Chris Benoit 14:30 3 ¼

30. (05)WWF Champ John Cena (c) defeated Kurt Angle 14 min 3 ¼

 31. (91) Ted Dibiase, The Mountie, The Warlord & Ric Flair d. Bret Hart, Roddy Piper, The British Bulldog & Virgil. 3 ¼ 21:30

32.      (92) Randy Savage/Mr. Perfect d. Ric Flair/Razor Ramon 3 ¼ 16:30

33.       (16) IC: Miz d. Sami Zayn 3 1/4 14 min

34.      (07) WWF Title Randy Orton (c) defeated Shawn Michaels 18 min 3 ¼

35. (14) Bray Wyatt d. Dean Ambrose (DQ) 23 min 3 1/4 

36. (99) Hollys/Too Cool d. Edge/Christian/Hardys 14:30 3 ¼

37. (12) Team Clay (Brodus Clay, Justin Gabriel, Tyson Kidd, Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio) (with Cameron and Naomi) d Team Tensai (Tensai, Primo, Epico and The Prime Time Players (Darren Young and Titus O'Neil) 18:30 3 ¼

38. (04) Jr. Title: Spike Dudley d Billy Kidman, Chavo Guerrero, and Rey Mysterio 9 min 3

39. (04) Tables: The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and Spike) and Jeff Hardy d 3-Minute Warning (Rosey and Jamal) and Rico 14 min 3

40. (10) US: Daniel Bryan d Ted DiBiase 10 min 3

41. (96) Undertaker d. Mankind 15 min. 3

42. (08) World Title: John Cena d Chris Jericho 21 min 3

43. (97) Doug Furnas/Phil LaFon/Davey Boy/Anvil d. Marc Mero/Steve Blackman/Vader/Goldust 17 min 3

44. (04) Team Orton (Randy Orton, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, and Maven) d Team Triple H (Triple H, Edge, Batista, and Snitsky) (with Ric Flair) 24 min 3

45.      (94) British Bulldog/Razor Ramon/Fatu/Barbarian/123Kid d. HBK/Diesel/Owen Hart/Anvil/Jeff Jarrett 22 min 3

46.      (07) Team Triple H (Triple H, Jeff Hardy, Rey Mysterio and Kane) defeated Team Umaga (Umaga, Mr. Kennedy, Montel Vontavious Porter, Finlay and Big Daddy V) 22min 3

47. (11) Dolph Ziggler d. John Morrison 10:30 3

48. (10) John Morrison d Sheamus 11 min 3

49. (99) IC: Chyna d. Chris Jericho 13:30 3

50. (07) World (Cell) Batista (c) defeated The Undertaker 21 min 3

51. (93) Randy Savage/Razor Ramon/123 Kid/Marty Jannetty d. Diesel/Adam Bomb/IRS/Rick Martel  36 min. 3

52. Team Cena (John Cena, Dolph Ziggler, Big Show, Erick Rowan and Ryback) defeated Team Authority (Seth Rollins, Kane, Mark Henry, Rusev and Luke Harper) (with Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, Jamie Noble, Joey Mercury and Lana) 43 min 3

53. (89) Rick Rude/Curt Hennig/Rougeaus d. Roddy Piper/Bushwackers/Jimmy Snuka 21:30 3

54. (05) Team SmackDown (Batista, Rey Mysterio, John Bradshaw Layfield, Bobby Lashley and Randy Orton) (with Bob Orton and Jillian Hall) defeated Team Raw (Shawn Michaels, Kane, The Big Show, Carlito and Chris Masters) 24 min 3

55. (05) US Title: Chris Benoit (c) defeated Chavo Guerrero (with Vickie Guerrero) by submission 8:30

56. (10) Dolph Ziggler (with Vickie Guerrero) defeated Kaval 9:30 3

57. (15) Dean Ambrose d. Kevin Owens 11 3

58. (15) Roman Reigns d. Alberto del Rio 13:30 3

59. (11) The Rock and John Cena defeated Awesome Truth (The Miz and R-Truth) 21:30 3

60. (90) Ted Dibiase/Undertaker /Honky Tonk Man /Greg Valentine d. Hart Foundation/DustyRhodes/Koko B Ware 14 min 3

61. (00) WWF Title: Kurt Angle d. Undertaker 3 16 min

62. (15) WWF Title: Roman Reigns d. Dean Ambrose 9 min

63. (12) World: Sheamus d The Big Show 14:30

64. (01) Tags (Cage): The Dudley Boyz  (with Stacy Keibler) d The Hardy Boyz 15:30

65. (00) The Radicalz (Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, Eddie Guerrero and Perry Saturn) (with Terri) d D-Generation X (Road Dogg, K-Kwik, Billy Gunn and Chyna) 12:30

66. (12) WWF Title CM Punk d.  Ryback and John Cena 18 min

67. (03) Team Angle (Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit, John Cena, Hardcore Holly, and Bradshaw) d Team Lesnar (Brock Lesnar, The Big Show, Matt Morgan, Nathan Jones and A-Train) 13:30

68. (04)            Team Guerrero (Eddie Guerrero, The Big Show, Rob Van Dam, and John Cena) defeated Team Angle (Kurt Angle, Carlito, Luther Reigns and Mark Jindrak) 12:30

69. (08) Team HBK (Shawn Michaels, Rey Mysterio, Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard and JTG), and The Great Khali) d. Team JBL (John Bradshaw Layfield, Kane, MVP, John Morrison and The Miz) 18 min

70. (10) Team Mysterio (Rey Mysterio, Kofi Kingston, Chris Masters, Big Show, and MVP) d. Team Del Rio (Alberto Del Rio, Tyler Reks, Drew McIntyre, Jack Swagger, and Cody Rhodes) 18 min

71. (11) Team Barrett (Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes, Jack Swagger, Hunico, and Dolph Ziggler) d. Team Orton (Randy Orton, Sheamus, Mason Ryan, Kofi Kingston, and Sin Cara) 22 min

72. (15) Ryback/Usos/Lucha Dragons d. New Day/Sheamus/Barrett 17 min 30 sec 

73. (13) World: John Cena d. Alberto Del Rio 16 min

74. (01) US/IC Title: Edge d Test 11 min

75. (00) The Rock d  Rikishi 11:30

76.  (95) Bertha Faye, Aja Kong, Tomoko Watanabe & Lioness Asuka vs. Alundra Blaze, Sakie Hasegawa, Kyoko Inoue, & Chapparita Asari. 10 min

77. (08) Team Orton (Randy Orton, Shelton Benjamin, William Regal, Cody Rhodes, and Mark Henry) (with Layla, Manu and Tony Atlas) d Team Batista (Batista, CM Punk, Kofi Kingston, Matt Hardy, and R-Truth) 16:30

78. (03) Tags: Basham Brothers d. Los Guerreros (Eddie and Chavo) 7 min

79. (07)Tags: Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch d Hardcore Holly and Cody Rhodes 7 min

80. (95) Shawn Michaels, Ahmed Johnson, The British Bulldog &  Sid (w/Ted Dibiase & Jim Cornette) d. Yokozuna, Owen Hart, Razor Ramon & Dean Douglas (w/Mr. Fuji) 27:30

81. (97) The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal), Ahmed Johnson and Ken Shamrock d The Nation of Domination (The Rock, Faarooq, Kama Mustafa and D'Lo Brown) 20:30

82. (87) The Jumping Bomb Angels, Velvet MacIntyre, Rockin’ Robin & The Fabulous Moolah d. Judy Martin, Leilani Kai, Dawn Marie, Donna Christanello & Sherri Martell 20:15

83. (07) ECW Title: CM Punk d. John Morrison and The Miz 8 min

84.  (10) WWF Title: Randy Orton d. Wade Barrett 15 min

85. (01) Euro Title: Christian  defeated Al Snow 6:30

86. (02) Jr Title: Billy Kidman defeated Jamie Noble 7:30

87. (06) Team DX (Triple H, Shawn Michaels, CM Punk and the Hardy Boyz) d Team Rated-RKO (Edge, Randy Orton, Johnny Nitro, Mike Knox and Gregory Helms) 11:30

88. (09) WorldTitle: Undertaker d Chris Jericho and The Big Show 13:30

89. (12) Antonio Cesaro d R-Truth 7 min

90. (02)Women: Victoria d Trish Stratus 7 min

91. (88) Andre the Giant, Dino Bravo w/Frenchie Martin, Ravishing Rick Rude w/ Bobby Heenan, Harley Race & Mr. Perfect d. Jake Roberts, Jim Duggan, Ken Patera, Tito Santana & Scott Casey 30:30

92.  (00) Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von) and Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff) d Edge and Christian and Right to Censor (Bull Buchanan and The Goodfather) 10 min

93.  (89) Ultimate Warrior, Jim Neidhart, Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty d. Bobby Heenan, Arn Anderson, Haku & Andre the Giant. 21:30

94. (98) XPac draw Steve Regal 8 min

95. (04) WWF Title: John Bradshaw Layfield d. Booker T 15 min

96. (00)Steve Austin NC HHH 25 min

97. (98) WWF Title: The Rock d. Mankind 17 min

98. (00) Kane d Chris Jericho 12:30
99. (10) World: Kane d. Edge 13 min
100. (03) World Title: Goldberg d Triple H (with Ric Flair) 12 min

101. (99) WWF Title: Big Show d. HHH/Rock 16 min

102. (00) Euro: William Regal d. Hardcore Holly. 5:30

103. (01)William Regal d Tajiri 3 min

104. (99) Tags:  New Age Outlaws d.. Mankind & Al Snow 14 min

105. (03) Kane d Shane McMahon 13:30 min

106. (99) Kurt Angle d. Shawn Stasiak. 6 min

107. (06) Mr. Kennedy d The Undertaker 9 min

108. (96) The Stalker, Jake Roberts & Rocky Maivia d. Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Jerry Lawler, Crush & Goldust (w/Marlena) 23:30

109. (94) Tatanka, Bam Bam Bigelow, King Kong Bundy, Tom Pritchard & Jimmy Del Ray (w/Ted Dibiase) d. Lex Luger, Adam Bomb, Mabel, Billy Gunn & Bart Gunn (w/Oscar) 23:30

110. (89) Dusty Rhodes, The Red Rooster, Tito Santana & Brutus Beefcake d. Big Bossman, Bad News Brown, Rick Martel & Honky Tonk Man (w/Slick & Jimmy Hart) 22 min

111.  (87) Randy Savage, Ricky Steamboat, Brutus Beefcake, Jake Roberts & Jim Duggan (w/Elizabeth) d. Honky Tonk Man, Ron Bass, Hercules, Danny Davis & Harley Race (w/Jimmy Hart & Bobby Heenan) 24 min

112. (06)Team Cena (John Cena, Kane, Bobby Lashley, Sabu and Rob Van Dam) d Team Big Show (The Big Show, Test, Montel Vontavious Porter, Finlay (with Hornswoggle) and Umaga 12:30

113. (09)Batista defeated Rey Mysterio 7 min

114 (15) Tyler Breeze d. Dolph Ziggler 6:30

115. (99) The Godfather, D-Lo Brown & Headbangers d. Acolytes & Dudleys 9:30

116. (99) Van Venis, Mark Henry, Gangrel & Steve Blackman d.. The British Bulldog & Mean St Posse 9 min

117. (98) Rock d. Ken Shamrock 8:30

118. (98) Ken Shamrock d. Goldust 6 min

119. (97) Kane d. Mankind 9 min

120. (06)World Title:  Batista defeated King Booker 14 min

121. (15) Women: Charlotte d. Paige 14 min

122. (03)Women: Molly Holly (c) defeated Lita 7 min

123. (87) Andre the Giant, King Kong Bundy, The One Man Gang, Butch Reed & Rick Rude (w/Slick & Bobby Heenan) d. Hulk Hogan, Paul Orndorff, Bam Bam Bigelow, Ken Patera & Don Muraco (w/Oliver Humperdink) 23 min

124. (89) Hulk Hogan, Jake Roberts & Demolition d Ted Dibiase, Zeus & The Powers of Pain (w/Mr. Fuji & Virgil). 26:30

125. (97) The Truth Commission (The Jackyl, The Interrogator, Sniper, and Recon) d. The Disciples of Apocalypse (Crush, Chainz, 8-Ball, and Skull) 10 min

126. (06) Team WWE Legends (Ric Flair, Sgt. Slaughter, Dusty Rhodes and Ron Simmons) (with Arn Anderson) d Team Spirit Squad (Kenny, Johnny, Nicky and Mikey) (with Mitch) 10 min

127. (98) Mankind d. Al Snow 4 min

128. (98) Rock d. Undertaker 8:30

129. (13) IC: Big E Langston d. Curtis Axel 6 min

130. (98) Undertaker d. Kane 7 min

131. (04)The Undertaker d Heidenreich (with Paul Heyman) 16 min

132. (90) Hulk Hogan, Jim Duggan, Tugboat & the Big Bossman d. Dino Bravo, the Earthquake, Haku & the Barbarian (w/Jimmy Hart & Bobby Heenan). 16 min

133. (90) Rick Martel, Warlord, Power and Glory (with Slick) d. Jake Roberts, Jimmy Snuka,  Rockers  18 min

134. (93) Lex Luger, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, The Undertaker d. Ludvig Borga, Jacques Rougeau, Crush, Yokozuna 28 min

135 (97) The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn and Road Dogg) and The Godwinns (Henry and Phineas) d. The Headbangers (Mosh and Thrasher) and The New Blackjacks (Blackjack Windham and Blackjack Bradshaw) 15:30

136. (14) Tags: Miz and Mizdow d. Usos, Goldust and Stardust and Los Matadores 15:30

137. (93) Bret Hart, Owen Hart, Bruce Hart and Keith Hart v. Shawn Michaels, the Black Knight, the Red Knight and the Blue Knight. 31 min

138. (02)  WWF Title: Big Show d Brock Lesnar 4 min

139. (00)Steve Blackman, Crash Holly and Molly Holly defeated T & A (Test and Albert) and Trish Stratus 5 min

140. (96) Faarooq, Vader, Fake Diesel & Fake Razor (w/Clarence Mason, PG-13 & Jim Cornette) NC Flash Funk, Savio Vega, Yokozuna & Jimmy Snuka  9:30

141. (10) Tags: The Nexus (Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater) (c) (with David Otunga, Michael McGillicutty, and Husky Harris) defeated Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov 5 min

142. (01)Battle Royal 7:30

143. (92) The Nasty Boys & the Natural Disasters d. The Beverly Brothers & Money Inc 16 min

144. (95) The Undertaker, Henry Godwinn, Fatu & Savio Vega v. King Mabel, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Isaac Yankem & Jerry Lawler 14:30

   145.  (88) The Ultimate Warrior, Brutus Beefcake, Sam Houston, the Blue Blazer & Jim Brunzell d. The Honky Tonk Man, Dangerous Danny Davis, Outlaw Ron Bass, Greg Valentine & Bad News Brown (w/Jimmy Hart). 18 min

146. (90) The Ultimate Warrior, Texas Tornado & The Road Warriors d. Mr. Perfect & Demolition (w/Mr. Fuji & Bobby Heenan). 14 min

147. (88) Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Hillbilly Jim, Hercules & Koko B. Ware (w/Elizabeth) d. The Big Bossman, Akeem, King Haku, the Red Rooster & Ted Dibiase (w/Slick, Virgil & Bobby Heenan) 29 min

148. (91) The Beverly Brothers & The Nasty Boys d. The Rockers & The Bushwhackers 23 min

149. (89) Randy Savage, Dino Bravo, Greg Valentine & Earthquake d. Jim Duggan, Ronnie Garvin, Bret Hart & Hercules. 23:30

150.    (16) Charlotte & Bayley & Alicia Fox & Nia Jax & Sasha Banks d. Becky Lynch & Naomi & Natalya & Alexa Bliss & Carmella 17:30

151. (15) Undertaker/Kane d. Bray Wyatt/Luke Harper 10:30

152. (08) The Undertaker d The Big Show 13 min

153. (91) WWF Title: Undertaker d. Hulk Hogan 12:30

154. WWF Title: Randy Orton d. Big Show 11 min

155. (11) World Title: Big Show defeated Mark Henry 13 min

156. (92) Headshrinkers d. High Energy 7:30

157. (92) Tatanka d. Rick Martel 11:30

158. (95) Goldust vs. Bam Bam Bigelow 8:30

159. (90) The Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan & Tito Santana d. Ted Dibiase, Rick Martel, the Warlord, and Power & Glory (w/Slick & Virgil) 9 min
        
160. (98) Al Snow d. Jeff Jarrett 3:30

161. (99) Kane d. XPac 4 min

162. (06) Women: Mickie James defeated Lita 8:30

163. (99) The Big Show d. Albert, Viscera, Mideon & Big Bossman 1:30

164. (98) Steve Austin d. Big Boss Man 3:30

165. (97) IC: Steve Austin d. Owen Hart 4 min

166.                (16) Goldberg d. Brock Lesnar 1:30 

167. (13) Mark Henry d. Ryback 5 min

168. (11) Beth Phoenix d Eve Torres 4 min

169. (10) Women:  Natalya d Lay-Cool (Layla and Michelle McCool) 3:30

170. (01)Women: Trish Stratus d Lita, Jacqueline, Mighty Molly, Jazz, and Ivory 4:30

171. (04)Women Trish Stratus d Lita 1:30

172 (15) WWF Title: Sheamus d. Roman Reigns :30

173. (98) Mankind d. Dwayne Gill :30

174. (98) Rock d. Boss Man :30

175. (14) Women: Nikki Bella (with Brie Bella) d. AJ Lee 30 sec.

176. (06)Women: Trish Stratus d Melina 6:30

177. (09) Team Mickie (Mickie James, Kelly Kelly, Melina, Gail Kim, and Eve Torres) d Team Michelle (Michelle McCool, Jillian Hall, Beth Phoenix, Layla, and Alicia Fox) 10:30

178. (08) Team Raw (Beth Phoenix, Mickie James, Kelly Kelly, Candice Michelle, and Jillian Hall) (with Santino Marella) d Team SmackDown (Michelle McCool, Victoria, Maria, Maryse, and Natalya) 9:30

179. (13) Team Total Divas (NatalyaThe Bella Twins , The Funkadactyls (Naomi and CameronEva Marie, & JoJo) d Team "True Divas" (AJ LeeTamina SnukaKaitlynAlicia FoxRosa MendesAksana, &Summer Rae) 11:30

180.   Team Fox (Alicia Fox, Emma, Naomi and Natalya) (with Tyson Kidd) d. Team Paige (Paige, Cameron and The Slayers (Layla and Summer Rae) 14:30

181. (00)Women: Ivory  d Lita 5 min

182. (12) Women Eve Torres (c) defeated Kaitlyn 7 min

183. (98) Women: Sable d. Jackie 3 min

184. (92) Big Boss Man d. Nailz 6 min

185. (92) Yokozuna d. Virgil 4 min

186. (91) The Big Bossman & The Legion of Doom d. Irwin R. Shyster & The Natural Disasters (w/Jimmy Hart) 15:30

187. (91) The Texas Tornado, Tito Santana, Hacksaw Jim Duggan & Sergeant Slaughter d. Colonel Mustafa, the Berserker, Skinner & Hercules 14 min

188. (90) Nikolai Volkoff, Tito Santana & the Bushwhackers d.. Sgt. Slaughter, Boris Zhukov & the Orient Express (w/Gen. Adnan & Mr. Fuji) 10:30

189. (98) Tags: The New Age Outlaws d. Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown and The Headbangers 10:30

190. (93) The Bushwhackers & Men on a Mission (w/Oscar) d. Bam Bam Bigelow, Bastion Booger & The Headshrinkers (w/Luna Vachon & Afa) 11 min

191. (02)Vince McMahon d The Undertaker 12 min

192. (08) WWF Title: Edge d Triple H and Vladimir Kozlov 14 min

193. (92) Casket Match: The Undertaker d Kamala (w/Kim Chee & Harvey Whippleman) 7 min

194. (07) Mickie James, Maria, Torrie Wilson, Michelle McCool and Kelly Kelly d. Beth Phoenix, Jillian Hall, Melina, Victoria and Layla 5 min

195. (99) Tori, Debra, Mae Young & Moolah d. Jacqueline, Luna Vachon, Ivory & Terri Runnels 2 min

196. (14) Adam Rose and The Bunny defeated Slater Gator (Heath Slater and Titus O'Neil) 2:30

197. (05) Theodore Long (with Palmer Cannon) d Eric Bischoff 5:30

198. (07) The Great Khali d Hornswoggle 3 min

199. (94) Casket Match: The Undertaker d Yokozuna (w/Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette). 15:30

200 (94) Jerry Lawler, Sleazy, Cheesy & Queasy vs. Doink, Dink, Wink & Pink 16 min




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