- From the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, WI. We open the show highlighting the formation of the Mega Powers. Enter the Big Bossman, who kicked off his program with Hulk Hogan with a brutal attack on the Brother Love Show. Bossman was soon joined by Akeem, forming a duo known as the Twin Towers, and Randy Savage, through his association with Hogan, became part of the mix. All the while, Savage was becoming more and more insecure about Hulk Hogan's friendship with Elizabeth, and subtle hints were thrown out there that Savage was growing more frustrated with Hogan, including leaving him to get worked over by both Akeem and Bossman, only making the save once Elizabeth involved herself. Tonight, it'll all come to a head when the Mega Powers take on the Twin Towers. Oh, and Hercules goes one-on-one with Ted Dibiase (a year later, and Dibiase is the throw away on the Main Event).
- "Mean" Gene Okerlund is standing by with the Twin Towers and the Slickster. They pretty much guarantee victory, because three men will always beat two men (but one of those men is HULK HOGAN!). Vince McMahon throws things to an awful video highlighting the "friendship" between Hogan and Savage. This is so cheesy, it makes me hate the 80's. The storyline itself thought was fantastic, so don't let my negative attitude over this production bit reflect on my attitude towards the Mega Powers. We get comments from the Mega Powers (and their stupid handshake), and Gene coins the phrase "demolish the Twin Towers." I'm sure Demolition used the line tons of times during their summer program with the duo.
The Towers drag Savage back in the ring, and put him down with a double slam, but a double elbow drop misses. Savage rams the Towers together, but distracts himself watching Hogan carrying 'Liz, and gets knocked from the apron for his lack of vision. Savage gets worked over in the ring, while we stay with Hogan performing some B-Level acting that makes his performance in No Holds Barred look Oscar worthy (a bad year, though). Elizabeth wakes up from her temporary coma to go all Adrian on us and tells Hogan to go back to the ring and fight (the WWE DVD cuts Hogan asking if the camera was rolling, sadly).Hogan finally returns, trying to play hero all of a sudden. The Towers showcase their lack of teamwork, connecting on a double back breaker. Savage somehow manages to fend the both off and tosses them out of the ring, but he won't tag out to Hogan. Hogan calls Savage over, so Savage slaps Hogan across the face and takes off. He returns briefly, but only for grabbing his WWF Championship from the timekeepers table. Hogan takes a beating from both men for a brief moment, but it seems like they keep hurting themselves, rather than taking punishment from Hogan. Akeem crushes Hogan in the corner and comes off the ropes with a splash, but it's time for Hogan to go through his Hulk Up routine. Hogan with rights and a big boot to Akeem, followed by the leg drop, and it's all over at 18:36. Bossman and Slick attempt to cuff Hogan to the ropes, but he outsmarts them and takes off to avoid further damage. Solid tag match, but the Mega Powers storyline was clearly the main focus... and it's not over yet.
Hogan heads back to the dressing room (again), muttering under his breath, mostly jibber-ish other than calling for Macho Man. We see Savage is with Elizabeth, chewing her out, I guess. Savage is fed up with Hogan's spotlight stealing, and for using Elizabeth to get under his skin because he's jealous and he knows he can't beat the Macho Man. Savage accues Hogan of having lustful eyes, then lays Hogan out with the belt. Elizabeth tries to break things up, but gets thrown across the room for her efforts. Suddenly Brutus Beefcake comes in and gets laid out (it's like a guy in a horror movie making the save and being killed seconds later). Pat Patterson gets thrown across the room too, no doubt taking his frustrations out on everyone who's allegedly sleeping with the Hulk (rim shot). And there you have the set-up for the WrestleMania V Main Event.
- Mean Gene is back to get a word with Hulk Hogan, who is selling that belt shot from earlier as if he were shot in the side of the head. Hogan rambles nonsense for a bit, and when we cut backstage, Hogan is running around looking for Randy. Hogan takes shots at Jim Neidhart, throws Shawn Michaels into a wall, then grabs Bret Hart by the hair. Hogan to Marty Jannetty: "... get out of my way." That's a shoot, brother! And so ends another broadcast of the Main Event.
Final Thoughts: While not nearly as epic as the debut of the Main Event, this one holds up pretty well, with a couple of decent matches, and the final straw to trigger Randy Savage's heel turn, forcing the Mega Powers to explode, and setting up our Main Event for WrestleMania V. Kudos to Elizabeth, for taking not one, but two pretty big bumps during the course of the show: The first, having Savage thrown into her, and the second, when Savage tossed her clear across the room backstage, following the match. The Hercules/Dibiase stuff is skipable material, and the rest is featured on the Best of Saturday Night's Main Event DVD set.