WWF Saturday Night's Main Event

Hershey, Pennsylvania
October 3, 1987

Bobby Heenan and Vince McMahon are the hosts of the show.

Honky Tonk Man and Jimmy Hart are interviewed by Gene Okerlund, followed by the Macho Man and Elizabeth.

Honky Tonk Man with Jimmy Hart (Intercontinental Champion) vs. Macho Man with Elizabeth
Macho Man attacks Hart in the ring.  The Hart Foundation comes out to save Jimmy Hart.  The four leave and the Honky Tonk Man and the Hart Foundation come back out.  Hart attacks Macho on the outside.  Randy follows that up by a Flying Elbow.  Bret Hart interferes in the match.  The Harts both attack.  They throw the referee out of the ring. The Harts restrain the Macho Man and Honky Tonk Man slaps him and gets his guitar.  He goes to hit Macho Man over the head with the guitar, but Elizabeth gets in the way to stop him.  Honky throws her.  She tries to hit him and does.  The three attack Macho Man more, while Elizabeth went to the back.  She brings out Hulk Hogan and he cleans house!  Hogan and the Macho Man shake hands.

Mr. Fuji and Sika are interviewed by Gene Okerlund, followed by Hulk Hogan.

Sika with Mr. Fuji and Kim Chee vs. Hulk Hogan (WWF Champion)
Kim Chee ends up being attacked by Hogan.  A second referee comes out to try to control the situation, who stops Hogan from using Fuji's cane on Fuji.  Fuji, though, is able to choke Hogan with it.  However, later on, Hogan does his Bodyslam and Leg Drop to get the win.  He then attacks both of Sika's men.

Paul Orndorff and Oliver Humperdink are interviewed by Gene Okerlund, followed by King Kong Bundy.

Paul Orndorff with Oliver Humperdink vs. King Kong Bundy with Bobby Heenan
Heenan leaves McMahon at ringside to accompany his man.  Andre the Giant comes out.  Heenan leaves ringside to go back to McMahon.  Andre holds Paul in the corner, allowing Bundy to Avalanche him.  Bundy then pins him for the win.

The Young Stallions (Paul Roma and Jim Powers) vs. The Hart Foundation (WWF Tag Team Champions)
Bret Hart pins Paul Roma after a Clothesline off of Jim Neidhart, their finishing move.

Mean Gene Okerlund interviews Hulk Hogan and Macho Man together.