September 30, 1996 Edition of is a RAW Professional wrestling television show of the WWE's RAW brand, which took place on September 23, 1996 at the Hersheypark Arena in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
(c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
Steve Austin defeated Jake Roberts with the Stunner
During the match Jerry Lawler left the commentary table and spat alcohol in Roberts' face moments after Roberts hit the DDT on Austin
During the match it was announced Austin would face Savio Vega at In Your House Buried Alive and Ross said he had recently spoken to Bret Hart who was upset over some of the recent comments made by Austin
After the match, Austin and Lawler double teamed Roberts until Savio Vega made the save with a leather strap
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Jason & Jared Grimm when Phinneas pinned Jason with the Slop Drop
Savio Vega defeated Fake Razor Ramon via disqualification
Fake Diesel came ringside and pulled the top rope down as Savio ran the ropes, with Savio falling to the floor
WWF President Gorilla Monsoon did guest commentary for the bout and confronted Ross about his bringing in "Razor Ramon" and "Diesel"
During the bout, Dok Hendrix was shown outside Razor & Diesel's locker room and tried to speak with Diesel but he wasn't in the locker room
After the match, Razor dropped Savio with the Razor's Edge and Diesel hit him with the powerbomb
Vader & Jim Cornette defeated WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels & Jose Lothario when Vader pinned Michaels with a powerbomb and the Vader Bomb
Prior to the bout, footage of Michaels appearing at Macy's in New York City the previous Saturday on behalf of Rock the Vote
After the match, Vader attempted a second Vader Bomb but Psycho Sid made the save; the show went off the air as Michaels and Sid fought off Vader and Goldust
Featured Mankind & Paul Bearer in a graveyard preparing for Mankind's Buried Alive match against the Undertaker
Included an in-ring promo by Hunter Hearst Helmsley in which he challenged Mr. Perfect to a match
Featured a segment hosted by Dok Hendrix in which it was revealed the Roadie was the "Real Double J" and sang on behalf of Jeff Jarrett at the July 1995 In Your House
Included the Undertaker in the same graveyard Mankind & Bearer were at earlier, with Taker saying he would bury Mankind alive
Featured an announcement Psycho Sid would face Goldust the following week