The flagship show of Friday Evening's Undercard is back after a one week absence, covering the May 18, 1987 episode of WWF Prime Time Wrestling. With:
-Bobby Heenan cutting a promo on Ken Patera where he says that Ken Patera should be in a body cast.
-A short match between Johnny V and Brutus Beefcake where Heenan and Monsoon eloquently discuss the difference between a choke hold and a sleeper.
-A match between Iron Mike Sharpe and Sivi Afi where Sharpe is billed as Canada's Greatest Athlete. The match went just shy of 10 minutes, felt like an eternity.
-We get a replay of the Can-Am Connection vs Sheik and Volkoff match from the most recent Saturday Night's Main event.
-Frenchy Martin faces off against Nick Kiniski...to answer a question from the show, Nick Kiniski is, in fact, the son of the famous Gene Kiniski.
-Gene Okerlund interviews Ricky Steamboat...commentary on the interview is extensive.
-We see a six-man tag match featuring the British Bulldogs and Tito Santana.
-Ken Patera vs Hercules version 2.0, recorded the day after their first match which was so bad it couldn't be aired.
-Demolition vs the Islanders, Demolition is being put over very strong on Prime Time, this is one of the few really progressing stories on the show.
-Okerlund interviews the Honky Tonk Man
-Ricky Steamboat vs Butch Reed closes the show.
Overall, a pretty good show, not the best we've seen, but hardly the worst. We'll be back next week. Hopefully we can get a show out on the Tom McGee special recently released on the WWE Network and a few other things that we have simmering. Thanks for listening.