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Saturday Night's Main Event XXV
Saturday Night's Main Event XXV is an event put on by the World Wrestling Federation. It took place on January 3, 1990 at the McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
(c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
Randy Savage (w/ Queen Sherri) defeated Jim Duggan
Savage pinned Duggan when Sherri grabbed Duggan's leg during a suplex into the ring, with Savage falling on top for the win, and held the foot during the cover.
After the match, Duggan brought Savage back into the ring just to send him back out with a 2x4 blow to the back.
Hulk Hogan & The Ultimate Warrior defeated Mr. Perfect & The Genius
Hogan pinned the Genius with the leg drop after the Genius sustained the Warrior's gorilla press slam.
After the match, Warrior accidentally clotheslined Hogan after Hogan grabbed him from behind as Warrior was fighting off Perfect and the Genius; moments later, Hogan and Warrior had a face-to-face confrontation and shoving match as a result of the miscommunication.
Jake Roberts defeated Greg Valentine (w/ Jimmy Hart) by disqualification
Valentine was disqualified when Ted DiBiase and Virgil interfered and prevented the pinfall after Roberts hit the DDT.
After the match, Roberts cleared the ring with his snake Damien.
Dusty Rhodes (w/ Sapphire) fought Rick Rude (w/ Bobby Heenan) to a double count-out.
Initially both managers were sent backstage after getting into an argument but Sapphire returned ringside after purchasing a ticket.
Dino Bravo (w/ Jimmy Hart & Earthquake) defeated Ronnie Garvin
Bravo pinned Garvin when the momentum of a crossbody off the top rope by Garvin put Bravo on top for the win.
After the match, Earthquake attacked Garvin, who was later stretchered out of the ring.
A poster/advertisement for this event.