Spider-Man and Wolverine have tangled a few times over the years, with one notable occurrence happening in Spider-Man vs. Wolverine, where Spider-Man punched Wolverine so hard that he cracked the tombstone behind Wolverine’s head. However, Wolverine was mostly toying with Spider-Man in that story, allowing him to get out his aggression.
That wasn’t the case in Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #3 (by Jim Shooter, Mike Zeck and John Beatty), when Spider-Man learned that the X-Men planned to split from the hero side of the fight to become free agents. The X-Men tried to stop Spidey from telling the other heroes, and Spider-Man just wiped the floor with them, tossing Wolverine aside like he was a joke. Luckily, Professor X then wiped Spider-Man’s memory of the encounter, so Spidey couldn’t tell anyone what happened.
In “Enemy of the State,” Wolverine was killed and then resurrected by the Hand and brainwashed into becoming a deadly killer. The idea was for Wolverine to go out and kill as many super-powered people as he could so that the Hand could then resurrect/brainwash them, as well. In Wolverine #24 (by Mark Millar, John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson), Wolverine is sent after Daredevil. However, Elektra and a S.H.I.E.L.D. team were waiting for him.
Wolverine and Daredevil had an epic battle, with Wolverine trying to fight off his programming. Ultimately, Daredevil hit Wolverine in the face with a dumb bell, which forced him to fall and impale himself on a sword from one of the unconscious Hand ninjas that had accompanied Logan. The pain caused Wolverine to break out of his programming briefly, he warned Daredevil that this fight was actually a ploy to capture Elektra!!