10 Most Famous House Shows In WWE History

10 most famous WWE house shows in history

The humble house show doesn’t always get the love and appreciation it deserves. Also known as live events, these untelevised performances are a great chance to see your favourite wrestlers in their natural environment. 

With no TV cameras to play up to or storylines to worry about continuing, wrestlers are allowed to have a bit more fun, which can often have great results. Sometimes, though, something massive will go down at one of these events, leaving the wrestling world wondering why such a momentous occurrence wasn’t captured on film.

10. The Rockers Collide - June 6, 1993

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In late 1991, Marty Jannetty tried to escape his former tag team partner Shawn Michaels by jumping out of a barbershop window, according to Bobby Heenan at least. 

In reality, Michaels and Jannetty had been part of The Rockers; a very successful, very sexy tag team throughout the 80s and early 90s. Michaels turned heel on his friend, beginning a feud that was meant to culminate with the pair wrestling at WrestleMania 8. However, that was scrapped when Jannetty got arrested. 

It wouldn’t be until 1993 that the pair finally worked a proper programme, with Jannetty actually beating Michaels for the Intercontinental Championship on an episode of Raw. A couple of weeks later, at a random house show in Albany, New York, HBK and Party Marty faced off for the belt again. Michaels would regain the title with a little help from a debuting performer by the name of Diesel. This would be the final major match between the ex-Rockers in their prime, as Jannetty would be gone from the company again in 1995. 

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