The ECW extremist that Sabu has to face is Stevie Richards.
This was the first time that there was ever an Extreme Rules Match at Saturday Nights Main Event.
Mark Henry hurt his knee and was rushed to the hospital after his match.
When Kurt Angle entered and his name was on the screen, it didn't say that he was the World Heavyweight Champion, althought when John Cena entered, it said he was the WWE champion.
On the back of Shane McMahon's jersey was a heart and above it was written Heartbreaker.
This broadcast marked the return of announcer Jim 'J.R.' Ross to WWE programming, after being fired by Vince McMahon on WWE Raw on October 10th, 2005.
The theme for Saturday Night's Main Event was provided by P.O.D.
During the match with Piper vs Haku, Haku is now wearing purple tights with no gold crown patches on them.
Macho Man Randy Savage is now known as Macho King Randy Savage and Sensational Sherri is now known as Sensational Queen Sherri.
Miss Elizabeth announces that she will not be in Hulk Hogan or Macho Man's corner at Wrestlemania V.
Red Rooster now has a red streak in his hair and acts like a real rooster.
Bobby Heenan wears a microphone during the match where Red Rooster takes on Tito Santanna.
During the comments before the opening credits and while being interviewed by Gene Okerlund, Hogan is wearing the 1986 championship belt (1986-1988) but when he comes out to wrestle Andre the Giant he's wearing the Eagle belt (1988-1998).
Flag matches were common in the WWF at this time, usually consisting of Russian characters (like Nikolai Volkoff) and American characters (such as Hulk Hogan or Cpl. Kirschner), likely referencing the Cold War still going on at this time.
The ring ropes are mixed up for all the matches in this episode of Saturday Night's Main Event.