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Hardcore TV #1: April 6, 1993[]

  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) (c) defeat The Hell Riders (EZ & HD Ryder) to retain the titles
  • ECW World Television Championship Tournament - Round 1: Tommy Cairo defeats Salvatore Bellomo via Count-out
  • Rockin' Rebel defeats Tony Stetson
  • ECW World Television Championship Tournament - Round 1: Jimmy Snuka defeats Larry Winters
  • Salvatore Bellomo defeats Ernesto Benefica

Hardcore TV #2: April 13, 1993[]

  • ECW World Television Championship Tournament - Round 1: Glen Osbourne defeats Johnny Hot Body
  • Larry Winters & Tony Stetson defeat Chris Michaels & Samoan Warrior
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: The Sandman (c) defeats Kodiak Bear to retain the title
  • ECW World Television Championship Tournament - Round 1: Eddie Gilbert defeats JT Smith
  • Tommy Cairo defeats Super Ninja

Hardcore TV #3: April 20, 1993[]

  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) (c) defeat Super Ninja & The Canadian Wolfman to retain the titles
  • ECW World Television Championship Tournament - Semifinal: Jimmy Snuka defeats Tommy Cairo
  • ECW World Television Championship Tournament - Semifinal: Glen Osbourne defeats Eddie Gilbert via Referee's stoppage
  • Rockin' Rebel defeats Frank Cody
  • ECW World Television Championship Tournament - Final: Jimmy Snuka defeats Glen Osbourne to win the vacant title

Hardcore TV #4: April 27, 1993[]

  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: Larry Winters & Tony Stetson defeat The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) (c) via DQ; Super Destroyers retain the titles
  • The Suicide Blondes (Chris Candido & Johnny Hot Body) defeat JT Smith & Tommy Cairo
  • Hot Stuff International (Jimmy Snuka & Don Muraco) defeat The Hell Riders (EZ & HD Ryder)
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: The Sandman (c) defeats Rockin' Rebel to retain the title

Hardcore TV #5: May 4, 1993[]

  • Hot Stuff International (Don Muraco & Eddie Gilbert) defeat Glen Osbourne & JT Smith
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) (c) defeat Larry Winters & Tony Stetson to retain the titles
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: The Sandman (c) defeats Salvatore Bellomo via Count-out to retain the titles
  • Rockin' Rebel defeats Ernesto Benefica
  • Tommy Cairo defeats Johnny Hot Body

Hardcore TV #6: May 11, 1993[]

  • ECW World Tag Team Championship vs. Hair No DQ & No Count-out Match: Larry Winters & Tony Stetson defeat The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) (c) to win the titles
  • Hot Stuff International (Jimmy Snuka & Eddie Gilbert) defeat JT Smith & Max Thrasher
  • Salvatore Bellomo defeats The Canadian Wolfman
  • Lumberjack Match: Johnny Hot Body defeats Tommy Cairo
  • The Sandman & Peaches defeat Rockin' Rebel & Tigra via Count-out

Hardcore TV #7: May 18, 1993[]

  • Hot Stuff International (Jimmy Snuka & Eddie Gilbert) defeat JT Smith & Max Thrasher
  • Larry Winters & Tony Stetson defeat The Suicide Blondes (Chris Candido & Johnny Hot Body)
  • Don Muraco defeats Glenn Osbourne
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: The Sandman (c) vs. Rockin' Rebel ends in a No Contest via Double DQ; Sandman retains the title

Hardcore TV #8: May 25, 1993[]

  • Super Destroyer #3 (Salvatore Bellomo) defeats HD Ryder
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: The Suicide Blondes (Chris Candido & Johnny Hot Body) defeat Larry Winters & Tony Stetson (c) to win the titles
  • Don Muraco defeats Ernesto Benefica
  • JT Smith & Tommy Cairo defeat Max Thrasher & The Canadian Wolfman
  • ECW World Television Championship: Jimmy Snuka (c) defeats Glen Osbourne to retain the title

Hardcore TV #9: June 1, 1993[]

  • Salvatore Bellomo defeats Super Destroyer #1 via DQ
  • Hot Stuff International (Jimmy Snuka & Eddie Gilbert) defeat Glen Osbourne & Tommy Cairo
  • JT Smith defeats Max Thrasher
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: Don Muraco defeats The Sandman (c) to win the title

Hardcore TV #10: June 8, 1993[]

  • 2-on-1 Handicap Match: Road Warrior Hawk defeats Don E. Allen & The Samoan Warrior
  • ECW Pennsylvania State Championship Battle Royal: Winner Tommy Cairo, who win the new title. Participants: Tommy Cairo, The Sandman, Glen Osbourne, JT Smith, Salvatore Bellomo, Herve Renesto, Larry Winters, Christ Candido, Johnny Hot Body, The Canadian Wolfman, Tony Stetson, Max Thrasher, Rockin' Rebel, Super Destroyer #1, Super Destroyer #2, The Samoan Warrior
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: The Suicide Blondes (Chris Candido & Johnny Hot Body) (c) defeat Glen Osbourne & Tommy Cairo to retain the titles
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: Don Muraco (c) defeats The Sandman via Count-out to retain the title

Hardcore TV #11: June 15, 1993[]

  • ECW World Television Championship: Road Warrior Hawk defeats Jimmy Snuka (c) via DQ; Snuka retains the title
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: The Suicide Blondes (Chris Candido & Johnny Hot Body) (c) vs. The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) ends in a No Contest via Double DQ; Suicide Blondes retain the titles
  • Texas Chain Match: Eddie Gilbert defeats Herve Renesto
  • Terry Funk defeats The Dark Patriot via DQ

Hardcore TV #12: June 22, 1993[]

  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: Don Muraco (c) defeats Tommy Cairo to retain the title
  • The Dark Patriot defeats JT Smith via Count-out
  • The Sandman & Larry Winters defeat Rockin' Rebel & Tony Stetson
  • Salvatore Bellomo & The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) vs. The Suicide Blondes (Chris Candido, Johnny Hot Body & Chris Michaels) ends in a No Contest

Hardcore TV #13: June 29, 1993[]

  • The Koloffs (Ivan & Vladimir Koloff) defeat Herve Renesto & Glen Osbourne
  • ECW Pennsylvania State Championship: Tony Stetson (c) vs. Larry Winters ends in a No Contest via Double DQ; Stetson retains the title
  • ECW World Television Championship: Tommy Cairo defeats Jimmy Snuka (c) via DQ; Snuka retains the title
  • Salvatore Bellomo defeats Chris Michaels

Hardcore TV #14: July 6, 1993[]

  • ECW World Tag Team Championship vs. Masks: The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) defeat The Suicide Blondes (Johnny Hot Body & Chris Michaels) (c) to win the titles
  • Ivan Koloff defeats The Sandman
  • Hot Stuff International (Don Muraco, Eddie Gilbert & The Dark Patriot) defeat Glen Osbourne, Tommy Cairo & Larry Winters
  • Salvatore Bellomo defeats Chris Candido via DQ

Hardcore TV #15: July 20, 1993[]

  • ECW World Tag Team Championship vs. Suicide Blondes' Careers: The Suicide Blondes (Johnny Hot Body & Chris Michaels) defeat The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) (w/Sal Bellomo) (c) to win the titles
  • Larry Winters defeats Rockin' Rebel
  • ECW World Television Championship: Jimmy Snuka (c) vs. Terry Funk ends in a No Contest; Snuka retains the title

Hardcore TV #16: July 27, 1993[]

  • Terry Funk defeats The Canadian Wolfman
  • The Sandman defeats Johnny Hot Body

Hardcore TV #17: August 3, 1993[]

  • The Dark Patriot defeats JT Smith via Count-out
  • Hot Stuff International (Eddie Gilbert & The Dark Patriot) defeat Glen Osbourne & JT Smith
  • ECW World Television Championship: Jimmy Snuka (c) defeats Tommy Cairo to retain the title

Hardcore TV #18: August 10, 1993[]

No match disputed, Recap episode

Hardcore TV #19: August 17, 1993[]

  • ECW World Tag Team Championship Tournament - Round 1: The Koloffs (Ivan & Vladimir Koloff) defeats The Headhunters (A & B) via DQ
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: Don Muraco (c) defeats The Metal Maniac to retain the title
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship Tournament - Round 1: The Sandman & Salvatore Bellomo defeat Tony Stetson & Chris Michaels
  • ECW World Television Championship: Stan Hansen defeats Jimmy Snuka (c) via DQ; Snuka retains the title

Hardcore TV #20: August 24, 1993[]

  • ECW World Tag Team Championship Tournament - Round 1: The Dangerous Alliance (Eddie Gilbert & The Dark Patriot) defeat Tommy Cairo & JT Smith via DQ
  • 2-on-1 Handicap Match: Shane Douglas defeats Don E. Allen & Herve Renesto
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: Tito Santana defeats Don Muraco (c) to win the title

Hardcore TV #21: August 31, 1993[]

  • ECW World Tag Team Championship Tournament - Semifinal: The Sandman & Salvatore Bellomo defeat The Koloffs (Ivan & Vladimir Koloff)
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship Tournament - Semifinal: The Dangerous Alliance (Eddie Gilbert & The Dark Patriot) defeat The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2)
  • The Headhunters (A & B) vs. Miguelito Pérez & Mitsuhiro Matsunaga ends in a No Contest via Double DQ
  • Tito Santana & Stan Hansen defeat Don Muraco & Shane Douglas via DQ

Hardcore TV #22: September 7, 1993[]

  • The Headhunters (A & B) & Freddie Krueger (Doug Gilbert) vs. The Super Destroyers (#1 & #2) & Salvatore Bellomo ends in a No Contest via Double DQ
  • JT Smith defeats Masayoshi Motegi
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship Tournament - Final: The Dangerous Alliance (Eddie Gilbert & The Dark Patriot) defeat The Sandman & Salvatore Bellomo to win the vacant titles

Hardcore TV #23: September 14, 1993[]

  • ECW Pennsylvania State Championship: Tony Stetson defeats Tommy Cairo (c) to win the title

Hardcore TV #24: September 21, 1993[]

  • Jimmy Snuka defeats The Metal Maniac
  • The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge) defeat Ian Rotten & Jason Knight

Hardcore TV #25: September 28, 1993[]

  • Salvatore Bellomo defeats The Wolfman
  • ECW Pennsylvania State Championship: Tony Stetson (c) defeats Tommy Cairo to retain the title

Hardcore TV #26: October 5, 1993[]

  • The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge) defeat Silver Jet & Gino Caruso
  • The Sandman defeats The Metal Maniac
  • Sabu defeats The Tazmaniac
  • ECW World Television Championship Steel Cage Match: Terry Funk defeats Jimmy Snuka (c) to win the title

Hardcore TV #27: October 12, 1993[]

  • Malia Hosaka defeats Molly McShane
  • Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka defeat Bad Breed (Ian & Axl Rotten)
  • Abdullah The Butcher, Terry Funk & JT Smith defeat Jimmy Snuka, Kevin Sullivan & Don Muraco
  • Rockin' Rebel defeats Don E. Allen
  • Rockin' Rebel defeats Chris Michaels

Hardcore TV #28: October 19, 1993[]

  • Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka defeat The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge)
  • Jimmy Snuka defeats Chad Austin
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: Tony Stetson & Johnny Hot Body (c) defeat The Sandman & JT Smith via DQ to retain the titles
  • The Tazmaniac defeats Tommy Dreamer

Hardcore TV #29: October 26, 1993[]

  • Bad Breed (Ian & Axl Rotten) defeat Don E. Allen & Chad Austin
  • Chris Michaels defeats Rockin' Rebel via DQ
  • Jimmy Snuka & Don Muraco vs. Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka ends in a No Contest
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: Shane Douglas (c) defeats JT Smith via DQ to retain the title

Hardcore TV #30: November 2, 1993[]

  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: Sabu defeats Shane Douglas (c) to win the title
  • Bad Breed (Ian & Axl Rotten) defeat Chad Austin & Todd Shaw

Hardcore TV #31: November 9, 1993[]

  • Triangle Steel Cage Match: The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge) defeat Bad Breed (Ian & Axl Rotten) and Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka

Hardcore TV #32: November 16, 1993[]

  • The Sandman vs. Jim Neidhart ends in a No Contest via Double DQ

Hardcore TV #33: November 23, 1993[]

  • Kevin Sullivan defeats Keith Scherer
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: Tony Stetson & Johnny Hot Body (c) defeat The Sandman & JT Smith to retain the titles
  • Mr. Hughes defeats Keith Scherer
  • Tommy Cairo defeats Chris Michaels

Hardcore TV #34: November 30, 1993[]

  • ECW Heavyweight Championship: Sabu (c) defeats The Tazmaniac to retain the title
  • The Sandman, JT Smith & Peaches defeat Tony Stetson, Johnny Hot Body & Hunter Q. Robbins III

Hardcore TV #35: December 7, 1993[]

  • Mr. Hughes defeats Mike Norman
  • JT Smith defeats Johnny Hot Body
  • Kevin Sullivan & The Tazmaniac defeat Bad Breed (Ian & Axl Rotten)
  • The Lumberjack defeats Mr. X

Hardcore TV #36: December 14, 1993[]

  • Salvatore Bellomo defeats Don E. Allen
  • ECW World Tag Team Championship: Kevin Sullivan & The Tazmaniac defeat Tommy Dreamer & Shane Douglas [Johnny Gunn's replacement] (c) to win the titles
  • The Sandman defeats Tony Stetson
  • Mr. Hughes vs. Chad Austin ends in a No Contest

Hardcore TV #37: December 21, 1993[]

  • Shane Douglas defeats Tommy Dreamer via DQ
  • Mike Norman & Mike V defeat Kevin Sullivan & The Tazmaniac
  • The Sandman, JT Smith & Salvatore Bellomo vs. Terry Funk & Bad Breed (Ian & Axl Rotten) ends in a No Contest

Hardcore TV #38: December 28, 1993[]

  • Chad Austin defeats Pitbull #1
  • Rockin' Rebel defeats Don E. Allen
  • ECW Heavyweight Championship No DQ Match: Terry Funk defeats Sabu (c) to win the title

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Extreme Championship Wrestling -- ECW Hardcore TV Results 1994


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