|Promotion(s)||World Wrestling Entertainment|
SmackDown (2002, 2007–2008)
|First event||Unforgiven: In Your House|
WWE Unforgiven was an annual professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), a Connecticut-based professional wrestling promotion. It was first held as the 21st In Your House PPV in April 1998. Unforgiven returned as its own PPV in September 1999 and continued as the annual September PPV until the final event in 2008. From its first event up through the 2001 event, the PPV was held when the promotion was still called the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
Unforgiven: In Your House was notable for featuring the very first Inferno match, as well as the first evening gown match. After WWE introduced the brand extension in 2002, Unforgiven from 2003 to 2006 was held exclusively for the Raw brand. Following WrestleMania 23 in April 2007, brand-exclusive PPVs were discontinued, thus the 2007 and 2008 events also featured the SmackDown and ECW brands. In 2009, Unforgiven was discontinued and replaced by Breaking Point.
Unforgiven was first held as an In Your House pay-per-view (PPV) event. In Your House was a series of monthly PPVs first produced by the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) in May 1995. They aired when the promotion was not holding one of its major PPVs and were sold at a lower cost. Unforgiven: In Your House was the 21st In Your House event and took place on April 26, 1998, at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro, North Carolina. This inaugural Unforgiven event was notable for introducing the Inferno match, as well as the first evening gown match.
After the In Your House branding was retired following February 1999's St. Valentine's Day Massacre: In Your House, Unforgiven branched off as its own PPV that September. Unforgiven then continued as the promotion's annual September PPV until 2008. After the 2008 event, Unforgiven was discontinued and replaced by Breaking Point in 2009.
In May 2002, the WWF was renamed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as a result of a lawsuit from the World Wildlife Fund over the "WWF" initialism. Also around this time, the promotion held a draft that split its roster into two distinctive brands of wrestling, Raw and SmackDown!, where wrestlers exclusively performed—a third brand, ECW, was added in 2006. To coincide with the brand extension, Unforgiven was held exclusively for wrestlers of the Raw brand from 2003 to 2006. Following WrestleMania 23 in April 2007, WWE discontinued brand-exclusive PPVs, thus the 2007 and 2008 events featured wrestlers from the Raw, SmackDown, and ECW brands.
|1||Unforgiven: In Your House||April 26, 1998||Greensboro, North Carolina||Greensboro Coliseum Complex||Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) vs. Dude Love for the WWF World Heavyweight Championship|||
|2||Unforgiven (1999)||September 26, 1999||Charlotte, North Carolina||Charlotte Coliseum||Triple H vs. The Rock vs. Kane vs. Mankind vs. Big Show vs. The British Bulldog in a Six-Pack Challenge for the vacant WWF Championship with Stone Cold Steve Austin as the special guest enforcer|||
|3||Unforgiven (2000)||September 24, 2000||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||First Union Center||The Rock (c) vs. Chris Benoit vs. The Undertaker vs. Kane in a fatal four-way match for the WWF Championship|||
|4||Unforgiven (2001)||September 23, 2001||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||Mellon Arena||Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) vs. Kurt Angle for the WWF Championship|||
|5||Unforgiven (2002)||September 22, 2002||Los Angeles, California||Staples Center||Brock Lesnar (c) vs. The Undertaker for the WWE Championship|||
|6||Unforgiven (2003)||September 21, 2003||Hershey, Pennsylvania||Giant Center||Triple H (c) vs. Goldberg in a Title vs. Career match for the World Heavyweight Championship|||
|7||Unforgiven (2004)||September 12, 2004||Portland, Oregon||Rose Garden Arena||Randy Orton (c) vs. Triple H for the World Heavyweight Championship|||
|8||Unforgiven (2005)||September 18, 2005||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||Ford Center||John Cena (c) vs. Kurt Angle for the WWE Championship|||
|9||Unforgiven (2006)||September 17, 2006||Toronto, Ontario, Canada||Air Canada Centre||Edge (c) vs. John Cena in a Last Chance Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match for the WWE Championship|||
|10||Unforgiven (2007)||September 16, 2007||Memphis, Tennessee||FedExForum||The Undertaker vs. Mark Henry|||
|11||Unforgiven (2008)||September 7, 2008||Cleveland, Ohio||Quicken Loans Arena||Chris Jericho vs. Batista vs. Kane vs. John "Bradshaw" Layfield vs. Rey Mysterio in a Championship Scramble for the vacant World Heavyweight Championship|||
(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match