Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan run the studio for another edition of Prime Time Wrestling. Heenan is out of sorts trying to decorate the set’s Christmas tree.
The Legion of Doom’s squash from last week’s show airs.
Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan run tonight’s show, returning to the studio for this week’s broadcast. Monsoon asks Heenan what he thinks about Brother Love wanting to be a manager. Heenan says Love asked his permission first. He also asks Monsoon if “Cyclops” is appearing in reference to Jake Roberts.
Roberts’ squash from Wrestling Challenge airs.
Gorilla Monsoon and Roddy Piper are in the booth and they are live from Hartford, Connecticut. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, the show drew a crowd of 16,000 fans, 13,000 of whom paid to attend. The show drew a buyrate of 3.0, with an estimated 400,000 households purchasing the event. The buyrate was 0.3 less than the previous year, but 15,000 more homes bought the show, once again illustrating the expansion of pay-per-view into American households.
Gene Okerlund interviews the Warriors. Animal lets the “little warriors” out there know that the team will not let them down.
Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper handle commentary, calling the action from Springfield, Illinois. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, the taping took place on October 9. Piper comes out with a white sheet over his head and carrying a pumpkin, lest his intentions be misconstrued from his actions at WrestleMania VI.
Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper do commentary for the show, which was taped from the Superstars cycle in Toledo, Ohio. The show has an “Oktoberfest” theme. Its television rating could not be found.
Demolition talk about all of the destruction they are going to unleash on the Ultimate Warrior and the Legion of Doom.
Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper are in the booth and they are taped from Toledo, Ohio.
Hacksaw Jim Duggan’s squash of Paul Diamond from Prime Time Wrestling starts the broadcast.
Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan are in the studio for tonight’s show.
Vince McMahon and Jesse Ventura are doing commentary for tonight’s episode, taped from Omaha, Nebraska. The episode is dubbed “Wild Kingdom,” a play on the Mutual of Omaha television program with the same name. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, the show took place at a Superstars taping on July 16, drawing a sellout crowd of 10,303 fans. And according to oswreview.com, the show drew a 7.2 television rating, the second lowest for a Saturday Night’s Main Event to date. This would be the last Saturday Night’s Main Event that Ventura would call.
Rick Rude and Bobby Heenan promise that WWF Champion the Ultimate Warrior will be eaten by Rude, who is the deadliest predator in the WWF jungle. The Warrior rebuts that he fears no predator, setting out to prove that he is the ultimate animal in the company.