WWF Title: Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant, WWF Intercontinental Title: Randy Savage vs. Ricky Steamboat, Roddy Piper vs. Adrian Adonis, The Hart Foundation & Danny Davis vs. The British Bulldogs & Tito Santana, Harley Race vs. The Junk Yard Dog, Koko B. Ware vs. Butch Reed, Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake vs. The Rougeau Brothers, The Killer Bees vs. Iron Shiek & Nikolai Volkoff, Hercules vs. Billy Jack Haynes, King Kong Bundy, Little Tokyo & Lord Littlebrook vs. Hillbilly Jim, Little Beaver & The Haiti Kid, The Can-Am Connection vs. Don Muraco & Bob Orton Written by
BIGGER * BETTER * BADDER
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WWE claimed that Hogan slamming Andre here was the first time Andre had been slammed. However, Hogan had slammed Andre in their match at Shea Stadium on August 9, 1980, which is included on the Hulk Still Rules DVD. Butcher Vachon slammed Andre on September 1, 1972 at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL during a handicap match with Andre vs. Vachon and Larry Hennig. Shozo Kobayashi slammed Andre in 1971. Stan Hansen and Antonio Inoki both slammed Andre in separate matches in 1981. UWA (Mexico) Heavyweight Champion El Canek slammed Andre en route to defeating him in a Best-2-out-of-3-falls match at the El Toreo in Naulcalpan, Mexico on February 12, 1984. Bruiser Brody slammed Andre in Dallas in 1980. Kamala bodyslammed Andre once in the old Mid-South promotion. See more
[after failing to bodyslam Andre the Giant, Andre falls onto Hulk Hogan and comes just a fraction of an inch from a three count. Jesse The Body isn't sure
Wait, was that two or was that three?
Two count only!
Oh! That was close!
Followed by Royal Rumble
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Written by Sergey Mikhalkov, Gabriel El-Registan and Alexander Alexandrov
Performed by Josip Peruzovic
(as Nikolai Volkoff) See more