Survivor Series (1995) - Event - Main Event Matches

Main Event Matches

The final match on the undercard was a four-on-four Survivor Series elimination match pitting Shawn Michaels, Ahmed Johnson, British Bulldog and Sycho Sid against Yokozuna, Owen Hart, the WWF Intercontinental Champion Razor Ramon and Dean Douglas. The tension arose between the two teams as heroes and villains were randomly distributed in both teams and the match was dubbed Wildcard match. The heroes and villains fought their own teammates as Ramon attacked his own teammate Douglas, allowing Michaels to eliminate him by pinning him with a roll-up. Sid was next on Michaels' team to dominate Ramon and grabbed him for Michaels to perform a Superkick, which Michaels called Sweet Chin Music. Michaels tried to hit the move but Ramon ducked and Sid was hit instead, allowing Ramon to pin Sid for the elimination. Sid retaliated by performing a Powerbomb on Michaels. Johnson would then control the match as he eliminated Hart by performing a Sitout Double Underhook Powerbomb, which he called Pearl River Plunge. Ramon battled for his team and performed a Crucifix Powerbomb on Johnson, which he called Razor's Edge. However, Bulldog tagged Johnson which meant that Johnson could not be eliminated. Ramon was distracted by Sycho Sid, 1-2-3 Kid and Ted DiBiase, allowing Bulldog to perform a Running Powerslam for the elimination. Yokozuna battled the opposing team as he was the remaining member on his team. Johnson powerslammed Yokozuna and tried to pin him but Bulldog broke up the pin to save his ally. This caused Michaels and Johnson to attack Bulldog. Michaels then performed a Sweet Chin Music on Yokozuna and Johnson performed a Diving Splash on Yokozuna to win the match. Michaels, Johnson and Bulldog survived on their team.

The main event was a No Disqualification match for the WWF Championship. Diesel defended the title against Bret Hart. As the match started, both wrestlers each untied a top turnbuckle. Hart focused on Diesel's knee and mainly attacked there. The action spilled to the outside where Diesel dominated Hart until the two returned to the ring, where Diesel tried to perform a Release Powerbomb, which he called Jackknife Powerbomb but Hart attacked Diesel's knee to get himself out of the move. Hart applied a Figure Four Leglock on Diesel and then attempted to apply his submission maneuver Sharpshooter but Diesel attacked Hart's face and kicked him into the exposed corner. The match went back and forth with Hart mainly focusing on Diesel's knee. The action spilled to the outside where both men attacked each other until Diesel rolled Hart into the ring and tried to perform a Jackknife Powerbomb but Hart was almost knocked out and collapsed. Diesel tried to pick him up again for the Jackknife Powerbomb but Hart pinned Diesel with a Small Package to win the match and the WWF Championship. This angered Diesel and he hit two Jackknife Powerbombs on Hart after the match.

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