Over the past three months, Balls and Brawls has relived some of WWE’s finest and no so great pay-per-views over the years and in case you missed any, here is a full recap of the 2016 Throwback Thursday series.
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First up in this year’s series of Throwback Thursday was the biggest SummerSlam in history as ever 80,000 flocked to London’s Wembley Stadium to witness one of the greatest matches ever as hometown man British Bulldog defeated Bret Hart to win the Intercontinental title.
Macho Man Randy Savage and Ultimate Warrior battled it out in a WrestleMania VII rematch but this time with the WWE Championship on the line, Shawn Michaels went to war with Rick Martel and much more.
In the height of the Attitude Era, Armageddon 1999 saw the boss himself Vince McMahon take on son-in-law Triple H in the main event after The Game married his daughter Stephanie in Lag Vegas which would mark the birth of the McMahon-Hemsley era.
Also in front of a sold out crowd in Fort Lauderdale, Rock n’ Sock looked to capture Tag Team gold from the New Age Outlaws, Kane and X-Pac went to war inside a Steel Cage and an evening gown pool match for the Women’s Championship
With the return of No Mercy for the first time eight years, Throwback Thursday looked back on the last No Mercy event in 2008 when World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho battled it out with Shawn Michaels in a classic Ladder match.
Jeff Hardy looked to win his first WWE Championship as he went head-to-head with The Game Triple H in another thrilling championship match, while Big Show’s massive right hand brought him a shock win over The Undertaker.
It was all about CM Punk in his hometown of Chicago at Money in the Bank as the Straight Edge Superstar looked to win the WWE Championship on the final night of his contract as he battled John Cena in a thrilling main event.
Christian got his tactics spot on against Randy Orton to become a two-time World Heavyweight Champion after taking away The Viper’s championship advantage and Mark Henry’s Hall of Pain was open for business as he put away The World’s Largest Athlete Big Show.
Just three months after the sudden passing of Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio paid homage to his late friend as the biggest underdog overcame 29 other men to win the Royal Rumble match and book his World Championship match at WrestleMania 22.
Edge looked to retain the WWE Championship against John Cena, after beating the leader of the Cenation just a few weeks prior by cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase and Kurt Angle came face to face with The Deadman after a hard-fought win over Mark Henry.
19 years ago history was made at Badd Blood: In Your House as Undertaker and Shawn Michaels stepped inside the first ever Hell in a Cell and it would be HBK who came out on top thanks to a debuting Kane attacking his brother.
Owen Hart won the Intercontinental Championship by defeating Faarooq after Stone Cold Steve Austin was forced to vacate after suffering a neck injury at SummerSlam and The Rock led Nation of Domination to victory over the Legion of Doom in a 3-on-2 Handicap match.
For the first time in eight years, Brock Lesnar competed in a WWE match as the Beast battled John Cena in an Extreme Rules match, as Cena tried to get back to winning ways after a crushing loss to The Rock at WrestleMania XXVIII.
Elsewhere, Sheamus put his World Heavyweight Championship on the line against former champion Daniel Bryan in a brilliant Two out of Three Falls match and WWE Champion CM Punk went to war with Chris Jericho in a Chicago Street Fight.
After being screwed by Vince McMahon at WrestleMania 2000, The Rock overcame the odds to finally get his hands on the WWE Championship with victory over Triple H in the main event after a helping hand from Stone Cold Steve Austin.
We also witnessed Bubba Ray Dudley finally get his hands on Trish Stratus as he powerbombed her through a table, Crash overcame five other men to retain the Hardcore Championship and much more.
30 years ago history was made in Richfield, Ohio as Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant continued their war at the first ever Survivor Series and this time it was Andre who came out on top in a 5-on-5 Elimination match after losing to the Hulkster at WrestleMania III.
We also got to see the best tag teams in action in a 10-on-10 Elimination match, Randy Savage led his team to victory over Honky Tonk Man and co. and the Jumping Bomb Angels shone in a Women’s Elimination match.
The final Throwback Thursday of the series brought us back to 1994 and Madison Square Garden as Bret Hart overcame a loss to brother Owen in the opening but to win the WWE Championship in the main event in a double shift from The Hitman.
Shawn Michaels and Razor Ramon decided who the one true Intercontinental Champion would be in a historic Ladder match, while Lex Luger came up short in his quest to capture WWE Championship after being screwed by Mr Perfect.
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