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WWF Action Zone was a program that featured the World Wrestling Federation stars in action. The main event of the debut show saw Bret Hart defeat Owen Hart to retain the WWF Championship. The second week's main event had Shawn Michaels and Diesel defend the WWF Tag Team Championship against Razor Ramon and the 1-2-3 Kid. Action Zone lasted from October 23, 1994 until September 15, 1996. Vince McMahon and Todd Pettengill called the first three episodes; after that, Jim Ross replaced McMahon, with Gorilla Monsoon filling in for Ross on occasion. By the end of 1995, Action Zone became a highlights show that aired Sunday mornings for both Monday Night Raw and Superstars. It was hosted by Todd Pettengill and Dok Hendrix. In 1996, Action Zone was cancelled and replaced by WWF Superstars, which had just been removed from syndication.

WWF Action Zone Results
1994
10/2310/3011/611/1311/20
1995
1/81/151/221/292/52/122/192/263/53/123/194/94/164/235/215/286/46/116/258/279/39/1010/15
1996
2/114/2
Former WWE programming
Action Zone (1994–1996) • All American Wrestling (1983–1994) • All-Star Wrestling (1972–1986) • Championship Wrestling (1972–1986) • Confidential (2002–2004) • ECW (2006–2010) • Excess (2001–2002) • Friday Night's Main Event (1997) • Heavyweight Wrestling (1950s–1972) • Jakked/Metal (1999–2002) • MSG Classics (2006–2009) • Mania (1993–1996) • Prime Time Wrestling (1985–1993) • Saturday Morning Slam (2012-2013) • Saturday Night's Main Event (1985–2008) • Shotgun Saturday Night (1997–1999) • Heat (1998–2008) • Sunday Night Slam (1994–1995) • Super Astros (1998–1999) • Superstars of Wrestling (1986–2001) • The Main Event (1988–1991) • Tuesday Night Titans (1984–1986) • Velocity (2002–2006) • Wrestling Challenge (1986–1996) • Wrestling Spotlight (1984–1995)

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