Saturday Night Slam Masters (known as Muscle Bomber in Japan) is a wrestling game that first appeared in arcades in 1993. The game features a cast of almost entirely new characters, but one of the wrestlers is none other than Final Fight's Mike Haggar. A four player option was also present, which proved to be a quite popular feature.
Haggar has a variety of throwing techniques, including his spinning pile-driver. He also has his spinning clothesline move from Final Fight. Like any of the other fighters, he could get out of the ring and use weapons dotted around on the arena floor.
The game was a hit for Capcom and it later received an update and a proper sequel. It was ported to the SEGA Genesis and Super Nintendo in 1994. The Genesis version only has a 2 player option, but the SNES lets 4 people play at once. There was also a port released for the FM Towns, which was only released in Japan.