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Survivor Series (1988) Poster

(1988 TV Special)

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This was the only PPV of any kind to feature Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels on the same team.
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Scott Casey replaced B. Brian Blair, who had replaced the Junkyard Dog on Jake Roberts' Team. Both JYD and Blair had left the WWF.
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Jim Brunzell replaced Don Muraco on Ultimate Warrior's team. Muraco had also left the WWF.
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Mr. Fuji turned on Demolition by opening the rope causing Smash get to counted out. When Ax confronted Fuji he took his cane and whacked Ax with it. Demolition then beat up Mr. Fuji becoming faces. After Demolition left the Powers of Pain helped Fuji and placed him in their corner becoming heels. After the match they put Fuji on their shoulders. Despite this, the Powers of Pain were cheered when they were announced as the sole survivors.
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First WWF PPV appearance for "The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty a.k.a. the Rockers.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard a.k.a. the Brain Busters.
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Final WWF matches ever for the Dynamite Kid and Ken Patera.
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Final PPV matches ever for the Dynamite Kid and Sam Houston.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Mr. Perfect.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for "Jumpin'" Jim Brunzell of the Killer Bees.
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Final in-ring WWF PPV appearance for "Dangerous" Danny Davis.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Jim Powers.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Davey Boy Smith until Royal Rumble 1991.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Hillbilly Jim until In Your House #5 in 1995.
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Only PPV matches ever for Scott Casey, Jose Estrada Sr. and Jose Luis Rivera, the latter who competed as Los Conquistadores.
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First WWF PPV appearance for "The Rocket/The King of Harts/The Slammy Award-Winning/The Black Hart" Owen Hart a.k.a. The Blue Blazer.
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First WWF PPV appearance for "Terrific" Terry Taylor a.k.a. The Red Rooster.
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First WWF PPV appearance for The One Man Gang as "The African Dream" Akeem.
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First WWE Pay Per View match for: The Blue Blazer, Shawn Michaels, Marty Jannetty, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Los Conquistadors, Mr Perfect, Akeem and The Red Rooster.
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Only WWE Pay Per View match for Scott Casey.
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Last WWE Pay Per View match for Jim Brunzell, The Dynamite Kid, Danny Davis, Jim Powers, Ken Patera and Sam Houston.
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