Now DiBiase has always been my all time favourite wrestler, but for such an amazing talent he's a bit short on classic matches. So this is tough from the point of view that, for much of his WWF tenure, he was carrying people like Hogan and Warrior to half-decent, watchable matches rather than wrestling ***** classics. I could have gone with one of his 5 1988 title matches with Randy Savage but my picks are: April 24, 1990 - Prime Time vs. Shawn Michaels (found on WWF's Hottest Matches VHS) HBK was still with the Rockers but was testing the waters in singles competition. This match is excellent until the screwy finish. Ted brings out the best in the young Michaels, and they put on a wrestling clinic. Really really good stuff in an era when matches of this calibre were a rarity in WWF. April 27, 1991 - SNME vs. Bret Hart A terrific match which has everything but a decent finish. This is what was teased at the terrific end to the Survivor Series '90 match (Million Dollar Team vs. Dusty Rhodes's team). Like with Shawn, Vince is testing Bret out against a real world class heel to see how he might get over as a main eventer. Scott Keith gave it ****. Just shows what happens when you put two great workers in a ring together.