Bloodbath: Wrestling’s Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches
Released: October 28, 2003
CRAZY FAST VIDEO MONTAGE! Mostly filled with various people from over the years flying off the rim of the steel cage and Ric Flair getting his face grated on the mesh. WOO! Read the rest of this entry
WWE: The History of the Intercontinental Championship – Disc One
Your host is Todd Grisham. He mentions how almost every major superstar in the WWE has won the Intercontinental title on their way to the top. Grisham then explains the origin of the IC belt where Pat Patterson won the North American championship and the South American championship down in Rio de Janeiro (the place where all fake title wins happen!) to make up the new title. Let me just say that as far as Todds go, Pettingell > Grisham. Read the rest of this entry
|Buddy Rogers||Antonino Rocca||4/29/1963||Rio de Janeiro|
|Bruno Sammartino||Buddy Rogers||5/17/1963||New York, NY|
|Ivan Koloff||Bruno Sammartino||1/18/1971||New York, NY|
|Pedro Morales||Ivan Koloff||2/8/1971||New York, NY|
|Stan Stasiak||Pedro Morales||12/1/1973||Philadelphia, PA|
|Bruno Sammartino (2)||Stan Stasiak||12/10/1973||New York, NY|
|Superstar Billy Graham||Bruno Sammartino||4/30/1977||Baltimore, MD|
|Bob Backlund||Superstar Billy Graham||2/20/1978||New York, NY|
|The Iron Sheik||Bob Backlund||12/26/1983||New York, NY|
|Hulk Hogan||The Iron Sheik||1/23/1984||New York, NY|
|Andre the Giant||Hulk Hogan||2/5/1988||The Main Event|
|Randy Savage||Ted DiBiase||3/27/1988||WrestleMania IV|
|Hulk Hogan (2)||Randy Savage||4/2/1989||WrestleMania V|
|Ultimate Warrior||Hulk Hogan||4/1/1990||WrestleMania VI|
|Sgt. Slaughter||Ultimate Warrior||1/19/1991||Royal Rumble|
|Hulk Hogan (3)||Sgt. Slaughter||3/24/1991||WrestleMania VII|
|The Undertaker||Hulk Hogan||11/27/1991||Survivor Series|
|Hulk Hogan (4)||The Undertaker||12/3/1991||This TuesdayIn Texas|
|Ric Flair||–||1/19/1992||Royal Rumble|
|RandySavage (2)||Ric Flair||4/5/1992||WrestleMania VIII|
|Ric Flair (2)||Randy Savage||9/14/1992||Prime Time Wrestling|
|Bret Hart||Ric Flair||10/12/1992||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan|
|Yokozuna||Bret Hart||4/4/1993||WrestleMania IX|
|Hulk Hogan (5)||Yokozuna||4/4/1993||WrestleMania IX|
|Yokozuna (2)||Hulk Hogan||6/13/1993||King of the Ring|
|Bret Hart (2)||Yokozuna||3/20/1994||WrestleMania X|
|Bob Backlund (2)||Bret Hart||11/23/1994||Survivor Series|
|Diesel||Bob Backlund||11/26/1994||New York, NY|
|Bret Hart (3)||Diesel||11/19/1995||Survivor Series|
|Shawn Michaels||Bret Hart||3/31/1996||WrestleMania XII|
|Psycho Sid||Shawn Michaels||11/17/1996||Survivor Series|
|Shawn Michaels (2)||Psycho Sid||1/19/1997||Royal Rumble|
|Bret Hart (4)||The Undertaker||2/16/1997||IYH: Final Four|
|Psycho Sid (2)||Bret Hart||2/17/1997||Monday Night Raw|
|The Undertaker (2)||Psycho Sid||3/23/1997||WrestleMania 13|
|Bret Hart (5)||The Undertaker||8/3/1997||SummerSlam|
|Shawn Michaels (3)||Bret Hart||11/9/1997||Survivor Series|
|Steve Austin||Shawn Michaels||3/29/1998||WrestleMania XIV|
|Kane||Steve Austin||6/28/1998||King of the Ring|
|Steve Austin (2)||Kane||6/29/1998||Raw is War|
|The Rock||Mankind||11/15/1998||Survivor Series|
|Mankind||The Rock||1/4/1999||Raw is War|
|The Rock (2)||Mankind||1/24/1999||Royal Rumble|
|Mankind (2)||The Rock||1/31/1999||Halftime HeAt|
|The Rock (3)||Mankind||2/15/1999||Raw is War|
|Steve Austin (3)||The Rock||3/28/1999||WrestleMania XV|
|The Undertaker (3)||Steve Austin||5/23/1999||Over the Edge|
|Steve Austin (4)||The Undertaker||6/28/1999||Raw is War|
|Mankind (3)||Steve Austin||8/22/1999||SummerSlam|
|Triple H||Mankind||8/23/1999||Raw is War|
|Vince McMahon||Triple H||9/16/1999||Smackdown!|
|Triple H (2)||–||9/26/1999||Unforgiven|
|Big Show||Triple H||11/14/1999||Survivor Series|
|Triple H (3)||Big Show||1/3/2000||Raw is War|
|The Rock (4)||Triple H||4/30/2000||Backlash|
|Triple H (4)||The Rock||5/21/2000||Judgment Day|
|The Rock (5)||Vince McMahon||6/25/2000||King of the Ring|
|Kurt Angle||The Rock||10/22/2000||No Mercy|
|The Rock (6)||Kurt Angle||2/25/2001||No Way Out|
|Steve Austin (5)||The Rock||4/1/2001||WrestleMania X-7|
|Kurt Angle (2)||Steve Austin||9/23/2001||Unforgiven|
|Steve Austin (6)||Kurt Angle||10/8/2001||Raw is War|
|Chris Jericho||Steve Austin||12/9/2001||Vengeance|
|Triple H (5)||Chris Jericho||3/17/2002||WrestleMania X8|
|Hulk Hogan (6)||Triple H||4/21/2002||Backlash|
|The Undertaker (4)||Hulk Hogan||5/19/2002||Judgment Day|
|The Rock (7)||The Undertaker||7/21/2002||Vengeance|
|Brock Lesnar||The Rock||8/25/2002||SummerSlam|
|Big Show (2)||Brock Lesnar||11/17/2002||Survivor Series|
|Kurt Angle (3)||Big Show||12/15/2002||Armageddon|
|Brock Lesnar (2)||Kurt Angle||3/30/2003||WrestleMania XIX|
|Kurt Angle (4)||Brock Lesnar||7/27/2003||Vengeance|
|Brock Lesnar (3)||Kurt Angle||9/18/2003||Smackdown!|
|Eddie Guerrero||Brock Lesnar||2/15/2004||No Way Out|
|JBL||Eddie Guerrero||6/27/2004||Great American Bash|
|John Cena||JBL||4/3/2005||WrestleMania 21|
|Edge||John Cena||1/8/2006||New Year’sRevolution|
|John Cena (2)||Edge||1/29/2006||Royal Rumble|
|Rob Van Dam||John Cena||6/11/2006||One Night Stand|
|Edge (2)||Rob Van Dam||7/3/2006||Raw|
|John Cena (3)||Edge||9/17/2006||Unforgiven|
|Randy Orton||–||10/7/2007||No Mercy|
|Triple H (6)||Randy Orton||10/7/2007||No Mercy|
|Randy Orton (2)||Triple H||10/7/2007||No Mercy|
|Triple H (7)||Randy Orton||4/27/2008||Backlash|
|Edge (3)||Triple H||11/23/2008||Survivor Series|
|Edge (4)||Jeff Hardy||1/25/2009||Royal Rumble|
|Triple H (8)||Undertaker||2/15/2009||No Way Out|
|Randy Orton (3)||Triple H||4/26/2009||Backlash|
|Batista||Randy Orton||6/7/2009||Extreme Rules|
|Randy Orton (4)||Big Show||6/15/2009||Raw|
|John Cena (4)||Randy Orton||9/13/2009||Breaking Point|
|Randy Orton (5)||John Cena||10/4/2009||Hell in a Cell|
|John Cena (5)||Randy Orton||10/25/2009||Bragging Rights|
|John Cena (6)||Triple H||2/21/2010||Elimination Chamber|
|Batista (2)||John Cena||2/21/2010||Elimination Chamber|
|John Cena (7)||Batista||3/28/2010||WrestleMania XXVI|
|Sheamus (2)||John Cena||6/20/2010||Fatal 4-Way|
|Randy Orton (6)||Sheamus||9/19/2010||Night of Champions|
|The Miz||Randy Orton||11/22/2010||Raw|
|John Cena (8)||The Miz||5/1/2011||Extreme Rules|
|CM Punk||John Cena||7/17/2011||Money in the Bank|
|Rey Mysterio||The Miz||7/25/2011||Raw|
|John Cena (9)||Rey Mysterio||7/25/2011||Raw|
: Immediately after Andre won the title from Hogan thanks to some refereeing hijinks, Andre gave up the belt and handed it over to Ted DiBiase. This of course did not stand as an actual title change and due to the controversy over Andre’s title win, the belt became and a title tournament was scheduled for WrestleMania IV.
: Because of all the shenanigans that had caused the WWF title to change hands over the past week, WWF President Jack Tunney declared the title vacant and that the winner of the Royal Rumble would be crowned the new champion.
: On February 13, 1997 edition of Monday Night Raw when WWF champion Shawn Michaels announced that he had “Lost His Smile”, he decided to vacate the championship. The real reason being though was he had suffered a knee injury.
: This was a six-man tag team match with the Rock, Undertaker and Kane on one side taking on Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon and the WWF Champion Triple H. Rock pinned Vince McMahon to win the title.
: Because of Raw and Smackdown becoming seperate “brands” or TV shows and due to the re-creation of the World Championship title awarded to Triple H which was exclusive to Raw, it was during Brock’s first title reign title when this belt was no longer considered an undisputed championship and became simply known as the WWE title which became exclusive to Smackdown.
: After waiting for nine months, Edge wisely cashes in his “Money in the Bank” briefcase which guarantees himself a title shot for any title at any moment that he wants to use it that he won at WrestleMania 21 on John Cena right after he regained his WWE title in an elimination chamber match.
: This was a four-man elimination match which also included John Cena and JBL. The title would finally return to Smackdown when WWE Champion Triple H was drafted to Smackdown on the June 23, 2008 edition of Raw.
: This was a triple-threat match which also included Vladimir Kozlov. Jeff Hardy was originally scheduled to compete, but was unable to compete. Edge returned as Hardy’s surprise replacement halfway into the match and won the WWE title for the third time.
: This was an elimination chamber match including WWE champion Edge, Vladimir Kozlov, Big Show and Jeff Hardy. It came down to Triple H pinning The Undertaker with the Pedigree to win his eighth WWE title.
: Randy Orton regained the WWE title in a six-man tag match after pinning Triple H. Orton’s team consisted of Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase Jr. against the former WWE champion Triple H, Batista, and Shane McMahon.
: The night after Extreme Rules, Batista forfeited the title because of a legit bicep tendon tear that happened PRIOR TO THE TITLE CHANGE. Not sure why they even went through with the title switch in the first place, but they did. The title was put up for grabs a week later in a fatal four way match where Orton pinned Big Show. The match also included Triple H and John Cena. Aaaaand we return to square one. Also just for reference, this would be the seventh time the belt has changed hands in seven months. The most in a seven month period since November 1998 into June 1999! WHAT THE F!
: With only a little over an hour left on his WWE contract, CM Punk pinned John Cena clean in the middle of the ring to win the WWE title. Once it became twelve midnight on July 18, CM Punk was no longer the WWE champion, had no status as WWE champion, and the title that he took with him (whether in storyline terms or legitimately) became meaningless. Therefore on July 18, a new WWE champion had to be crowned and an eight-man tournament was started. However, the Rey Mysterio/Miz tournament finals were then postponed until July 25.
Credit goes to: PWI Almanac, wrestling-titles.com, and ProWrestlingHistory.com
|George Hackenschmidt||Tom Jenkins||5/5/1904||New York, NY|
|Frank Gotch||George Hackenschmidt||4/3/1908||Chicago, IL|
|Joe Stecher||Charlie Cutler||7/4/1915||Omaha, NE|
|Earl Caddock||Joe Stecher||4/9/1917||Omaha, NE|
|Joe Stecher (2)||Earl Caddock||1/30/1920||New York, NY|
|Joe Stecher||12/13/1920||New York, NY|
|5/6/1921||New York, NY|
|Ed “Strangler” Lewis (2)||Stanislaus Zbyszko||3/3/1922||Wichita, KS|
|1/8/1925||Kansas City, MO|
|Stanislaus Zbyszko (2)||Wayne Munn||4/15/1925||Philadelphia, PA|
|Joe Stecher (3)||Stanislaus Zbyszko||5/30/1925||St. Louis, MO|
|Joe Stecher||2/20/1928||St. Louis, MO|
|Dick Shikat||Jim Londos||8/23/1929||Philadelphia, PA|
|Jim Londos||Dick Shikat||6/6/1930||Philadelphia, PA|
|Ed Don George||Gus Sonnenberg||12/10/1930||Los Angeles, CA|
|Ed Don George||4/13/1931||Los Angeles, CA|
|Dick Shikat||6/9/1932||New York, NY|
|Ed Don George (2)||Henry DeGlane||2/9/1933||Boston, MA|
|2/20/1933||New York, NY|
|Jim Londos (2)||Jim Browning||6/25/1934||New York, NY|
|Danno O’Mahony||Jim Londos||6/27/1935||Boston, MA|
|Ed Don George||6/30/1935||Boston, MA|
|Dick Shikat (2)||Danno O’Mahony||3/2/1936||New York, NY|
|Ali Baba||Dick Shikat||4/24/1936||Detroit, MI|
|Everett Marshall||Ali Baba||6/26/1936||Columbus, OH|
|Lou Thesz||Everett Marshall||12/29/1937||St. Louis, MO|
|Lou Thesz||2/11/1938||Boston, MA|
|Lou Thesz (2)||Everett Marshall||2/23/1939||St. Louis, MO|
|Bronko Nagurski||Lou Thesz||6/23/1939||Houston, TX|
|Ray Steele||Bronko Nagurski||3/7/1940||St. Louis, MO|
|Ray Steele||3/11/1941||Minneapolis, MN|
|Sandor Szabo||Bronko Nagurski||6/5/1941||St. Louis, MO|
|Bill Longson||Sandor Szabo||2/19/1942||St. Louis, MO|
|Yvon Robert||Bill Longson||10/7/1942||Montreal, Quebec|
|Bobby Managoff||Yvon Robert||11/17/1942||Houston, TX|
|Bill Longson (2)||Bobby Managoff||2/19/1943||St. Louis, MO|
|Bill Longson||2/21/1947||St. Louis, MO|
|Lou Thesz (3)||Whipper
|4/25/1947||St. Louis, MO|
|Bill Longson (3)||Lou Thesz||11/21/1947||St. Louis, MO|
|Lou Thesz (4)||Bill Longson||7/20/1948||Indianapolis, IN|
Billy Watson (2)
|Lou Thesz||3/15/1956||Toronto, Ontario|
|Lou Thesz (5)||Whipper
|11/9/1956||St. Louis, MO|
|Dick Hutton||Lou Thesz||11/14/1957||Toronto, Ontario|
|Pat O’Connor||Dick Hutton||1/9/1959||St. Louis, MO|
|Buddy Rogers||Pat O’Connor||6/30/1961||Chicago, IL|
|Lou Thesz (6)||Buddy Rogers||1/24/1963||Toronto, Ontario|
|Gene Kiniski||Lou Thesz||1/7/1966||St. Louis, MO|
|Dory Funk Jr.||Gene Kiniski||2/11/1969||Tampa, FL|
|Harley Race||Dory Funk Jr.||5/24/1973||Kansas City, MO|
|Jack Brisco||Harley Race||7/20/1973||Houston, TX|
|Giant Baba||Jack Brisco||12/2/1974||Japan|
|Jack Brisco (2)||Giant Baba||12/9/1974||Japan|
|Terry Funk||Jack Brisco||12/10/1975||Miami, FL|
|Harley Race (2)||Terry Funk||2/6/1977||Toronto, Ontario|
|Dusty Rhodes||Harley Race||8/21/1979||Tampa, FL|
|Harley Race (3)||Dusty Rhodes||8/26/1979||Orlando, FL|
|Giant Baba (2)||Harley Race||10/31/1979||Japan|
|Harley Race (4)||Giant Baba||11/7/1979||Japan|
|Giant Baba (3)||Harley Race||9/4/1980||Japan|
|Harley Race (5)||Giant Baba||9/10/1980||Japan|
|Tommy Rich||Harley Race||4/27/1981||Augusta, GA|
|Harley Race (6)||Tommy Rich||5/1/1981||Gainesville, GA|
|Dusty Rhodes (2)||Harley Race||6/21/1981||Atlanta, GA|
|Ric Flair||Dusty Rhodes||9/17/1981||Kansas City, MO|
|Harley Race (7)||Ric Flair||6/10/1983||St. Louis, MO|
|Ric Flair (2)||Harley Race||11/24/1983||Starrcade|
|Harley Race (8)||Ric Flair||3/21/1984||New Zealand|
|Ric Flair (3)||Harley Race||3/23/1984||Singapore|
|Kerry Von Erich||Ric Flair||5/6/1984||Irving, TX|
|Ric Flair (4)||Kerry Von Erich||5/24/1984||Japan|
|Dusty Rhodes (3)||Ric Flair||7/26/1986||Greensboro, NC|
|Ric Flair (5)||Dusty Rhodes||8/9/1986||St. Louis, MO|
|Ronnie Garvin||Ric Flair||9/25/1987||Detroit, MI|
|Ric Flair (6)||Ronnie Garvin||11/26/1987||Starrcade|
|Ricky Steamboat||Ric Flair||2/20/1989||Chi-Town Rumble|
|Ric Flair (7)||Ricky Steamboat||5/7/1989||Wrestle War|
|Ric Flair (8)||Sting||1/11/1991||East
|Masa Chono||Rick Rude||8/12/1992||Japan|
|Great Muta||Masa Chono||1/4/1993||Japan|
|Barry Windham||Great Muta||2/21/1993||Superbrawl III|
|Ric Flair (9)||Barry Windham||7/18/1993||Beach Blast|
|WCW withdraws from the NWA in September 1993.|
|Shane Douglas||Too Cold Scorpio||8/27/1994||Philadelphia, PA|
|Chris Candido||Tracy Smothers||11/19/1994||Cherry Hill, NJ|
|Dan Severn||Chris Candido||2/24/1995||Erlanger, KY|
|Naoya Ogawa||Dan Severn||3/14/1999||Japan|
|Gary Steele||Naoya Ogawa||9/25/1999||Charlotte, NC|
|Naoya Ogawa (2)||Gary Steele||10/2/1999||Thomaston, CT|
|Mike Rapada||Jerry Flynn||9/19/2000||Tampa, FL|
|Sabu||Mike Rapada||11/14/2000||Tampa, FL|
|Mike Rapada (2)||Sabu||12/22/2000||Nashville, TN|
|Steve Corino||Mike Rapada||4/24/2001||Tampa, FL|
|Shinya Hashimoto||–||12/15/2001||McKeesport, PA|
|Dan Severn (2)||Shinya Hashimoto||3/9/2002||Japan|
|The NWA World Heavyweight title becomes exclusive to TNA.|
|Ken Shamrock||–||6/19/2002||TNA PPV #1|
|Ron Killings||Ken Shamrock||8/7/2002||TNA PPV #8|
|Jeff Jarrett||Ron Killings||11/20/2002||TNA PPV #21|
|AJ Styles||Jeff Jarrett||6/11/2003||TNA PPV #48|
|Jeff Jarrett (2)||AJ Styles||10/22/2003||TNA PPV #66|
|AJ Styles (2)||Jeff Jarrett||4/21/2004||TNA PPV #90|
|Ron Killings (2)||AJ Styles||5/19/2004||TNA PPV #94|
|Jeff Jarrett (3)||Ron Killings||6/2/2004||TNA PPV #96|
|AJ Styles (3)||Jeff Jarrett||5/15/2005||Hard Justice|
|Jeff Jarrett (4)||Raven||9/15/2005||Oldcastle, Ontario|
|Rhino||Jeff Jarrett||10/23/2005||Bound for Glory|
|Jeff Jarrett (5)||Rhino||10/25/2005||iMPACT!|
|Christian Cage||Jeff Jarrett||2/12/2006||Against All Odds|
|Jeff Jarrett (6)||Christian Cage||6/18/2006||Slammiversary|
|Sting (2)||Jeff Jarrett||10/22/2006||Bound for Glory|
|Christian Cage (2)||Abyss||1/14/2007||Final Resolution|
|The NWA cuts all ties with TNA on May 13, 2007.|
|Adam Pearce||Brent Albright||9/1/2007||Puerto Rico|
|Brent Albright||Adam Pearce||8/2/2008||ROH: Death Before Dishonor VI|
|Adam Pearce (2)||Brent Albright||9/20/2008||ROH: Glory by Honor VII|
|Blue Demon Jr.||Adam Pearce||10/25/2008||Mexico City, MX|
: During the first few years of the century, George Hackenschmidt had won world championship tournaments in Italy, Germany, and England. As a result of this match, by defeating American champion Tom Jenkins in two straight falls, he became recognized as the top champion in North America.
: George Hackenschmidt left the ring, refusing to return, and the referee awarded the title to Gotch, who retired in 1913; his last match was a victory over George Lurich on April 9.
: Charlie Cutler had defeated Henry Ordeman and Jesse Westegard in a tournament, and had laid claim to the world title.
: Earl Caddock was awarded the title by the referee when Joe Stecher refused to return to the ring after the second fall.
: As a result of this match, Dick Shikat became recognized as the first champion of the National Wrestling Association (NWA), a division of the National Boxing Association.
: Henry DeGlane won the title by disqualification.
: This match on Long Island, New York, was billed as a world championship match, and was designed to halt the controversy that was splitting the sport at the time. Jim Londos was subsequently stripped of the title for refusing to meet the winner of this bout. Ed “Strangler” Lewis later affirmed his claim on the title with an October 10, 1932 victory over Jack Sherry.
: Ed Don George had been claiming rights to the world title ever since he defeated Henry DeGlane in Boston in 1933. Danno O’Mahony, because of his victories over Jim Londos, Ed Don George and Ed “Strangler” Lewis, became the closest thing to undisputed world champion at the time, representing a unification of sorts of the splintering of the world title that had taken place for several years.
: During his title reign, Ali Baba was disqualified in a match against Dave Lewin held in Newark, New Jersey. The State Athletic Commission reversed the match decision and allowed Ali Baba to keep the title. Soon thereafter, however, a rule change was made which stated that the title cannot change hands on a disqualification.
: The NWA decided to recognize Everett Marshall as champion because Steve Crusher Casey was out of the country and failed to defend the title on a regular basis.
: The National Wrestling Alliance was organized in July 1948. At that particular time, Orville Brown was recognized as champion. Forced to retire due to injuries received in a November 11, 1949 auto accident, Brown relinguished his claim on the title. Lou Thesz was scheduled to meet Brown in a title match in St. Louis on November 25, 1949.
: Time of the match: 20:38. Ric Flair is (according to WCW officials in April 1992) the first WCW World champion; Sting, therefore, as of April 1992, is a one-time NWA and one-time WCW World champion. In September 1991, Ric Flair signed with the WWF and the NWA title was declared vacant.
: This was a tournament final.
: The title was declared vacant in September 1993 when WCW withdrew from the NWA. It was renamed the WCW International title, held in the year that followed by Rick Rude, Hiroshi Hase, Rude again, Sting, then Flair again, but was finally abandoned when it was unified with the WCW World title at Clash of the Champions 27 on June 23, 1994.
: This was a tournament final. Douglas refused the NWA world title in favor of the ECW title, which is the belt he was already the possessor of at the time. Therefore, the NWA world title was made vacant once again.
: This was a tournament final.
: This was a three-way match involving Brian Anthony.
: This was a tournament final. Previous champ Naoya Ogawa voluntarily gave up the title.
: The title was held up following the bout between Steve Corino and Shinya Hashimoto on October 13 in St. Petersburg, Florida, which was stopped when it was ruled Corino could no longer properly defend himself.
: Hashimoto defeated Steve Corino and Gary Steele in a three-way bout to fill the vacant title.
: Shamrock won a 20-man battle royal to claim the title, which became vacant when the NWA stripped previous champion Dan Severn. Severn had previously announced he would be unable to appear and defend the title at the first-ever NWA-TNA PPV on June 19.
:This was a three-way match which also included Raven.
: This was a four-way match which also included Chris Harris and Raven.
: This was a King of the Mountain match which also included Chris Harris, AJ Styles and Raven.
: This was a King of the Mountain match which also included Abyss, Monty Brown and Sean Waltman.
: Match aired on TV on November 3, 2005.
: This was a King of the Mountain match which also included Abyss, Ron Killings and Sting.
: This was a three-way elimination match which also included Sting.
: This was a tournament final. Even though Adam Pearce had lost to Bryan Danielson earlier in the semifinals, Danielson had to withdraw from competing in the tournament finals because of a detached retina. Pearce went to the finals as a substitution and won the title.
Credit goes to: PWI Almanac, wrestling-titles.com, and ProWrestlingHistory.com