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AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN. Att: 8,814.

Commentators: Larry Nelson & Larry “The Axe” Hennig
Ring Announcer: "Dapper" Dave Prill
Referees: Robert Warren, Rich Frisk & Larry Lisowski

1. “The Mountain from Stone Mountain, GA” Crusher Jerry Blackwell defeated Pete Sanchez in our opening contest at 7:44. Sanchez used numerous eye rakes and other questionable tactics to keep himself competitive, but Jerry’s substantial girth would win out in the end. The 472lb Blackwell amazed everyone when he delivered a Standing Drop Kick before finishing his opponent off with a Big Splash.

2. King Tonga (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over popular Jake “The Milkman” Milliman in a mere 1:22. Tonga was initially distracted by the presence of AWA Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel who was being interviewed at ringside by Larry Nelson in regards to tonight’s Main Event title defense against “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin. Jake was able to take advantage of his preoccupied foe with a couple of quick Arm Drag takedowns to start things off, but it was all Tonga after that. A Thrust Kick to the jaw put the Milkman down for the three count moments later.

3. “Mr. Magnificent” Kevin Kelly (w/ Madusa Micelli) and Big Scott Hall were both counted out by Referee Larry Lisowski at 4:03. Hall took exception to Micelli’s attempt to reach into the ring and trip him, and began chasing the valet back up the aisle toward the dressing room. Kelly quickly rushed to Madusa’s defense and began trading haymakers with Big Scott on the floor while Lisowski’s count reached ten.

4. There was no winner in the singles bout pitting “Midnight Rocker” Marty Jannetty (w/ Shawn Michaels) against “Playboy” Buddy Rose (w/ “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers & Manageress “Sensational” Sherri Martel). Given the bad blood between the two respective tag teams, this match seemed destined to break down into a free-for-all at any given moment. Somers drew the wrath of Shawn Michaels when he snapped Jannetty’s throat off the top rope to precipitate the brawl. With all four men battling it out in the ring, Referee Robert Warren called for the bell at 5:41 and declared the contest a Double Disqualification.

5. “Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko (w/ personal Ninja bodyguard Mr. Go) over Leon “Baby Bull” White at 9:21. Both grapplers modifiers came into play here with White getting a boost from his Size bonus while Zbyszko rolled Outside Interference. Mr. Go answered the call of the dice with a nunchuck smash to the Baby Bull’s noggin enabling Zbyszko to get big Leon up for his Piledriver finisher for the winning pinfall.

6. The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn & “Sweet” Stan Lane) defeated the Long Riders (“Wild” Bill Irwin & Scott “Hog” Irwin) in tag team action at 11:29. Things were looking bleak for Sweet Stan when he was held from behind by Scott Irwin while brother Bill climbed up to the top rope to deliver a leaping smash with a Biker Chain. Lane ducked at the last second leaving Scott to take the full brunt of the blow himself. Steve Keirn quickly disposed of Wild Bill while his partner covered the KO’d Scott for the 1-2-3.

7. AWA World Heavyweight Title Match. Champion Rick Martel put the gold on the line against Number One Contender “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin (w/ Valet Precious) in the Main Event. The Champ had his hands full when “Mr. Electricity” Steve Regal came down to ringside once the action got under way to also be in Garvin’s corner. Despite the numbers being against him, Martel came up big when he dropped out of Gorgeous Jimmy’s Brainbuster finisher attempt and cradled the challenger in a Small Package for the surprise pin at 8:31. Rick Martel retains the AWA Championship.
AWA Results (Circa Late 80's) - Sioux Falls Arena, Sioux Falls, SD. Att: 6,488

Commentators: Ken Resnick & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: “Dapper” Dave Prill
Referee: Jim Bunning, Marty Miller & "Benchwarmer" Bob Lurtsema

1.“Beach Boy” Sonny Rogers may have fallen for the ol’ phony heel handshake bit, but he rebounded to defeat Tony Leone in our opening contest. Rogers had to overcome several more dirty tactics including eye rakes, hair pulling and blatant chokeholds before putting Leone away with a Diving Cross Body Press from the top rope at 6:38.

2.”Sensational” Sherri Martel (w/ “Playboy” Buddy Rose) defeated Susan Sexton at 8:30. Rose tore up a fan’s poster depicting him as the Pillsbury Doughboy to help Sherri earn some bonus heel points, but he would play a far more significant role as the match progressed. The Playboy reached into the ring and pulled Sexton’s foot out from under her as she was attempting to Suplex Martel back into the ring from the apron. Sherri landed on top of her foe and grabbed a handful of tights to score the pinfall.

3. Alexis Smirnoff also got some help in his win over “California Kid” Tommy Jammer. Smirnoff’s tag team partner Yuri Gordyenko gave Jammer a Hot Shot on the steel barricade railing OOR while Smirnoff kept Referee Bob Lurtsema occupied. Tommy was still clutching his throat and gasping for breath on the floor when Lurtsemna counted him out at 6:50.

4. Mr. Saito over Big Otto Wanz at 5:06. Wanz got a huge boost from both the crowd’s reception as well as his ample Size modifier to carry the fight to the cagey Saito. Things were looking good for the 370lb Austrian when he pulverized his opponent with a Running Powerslam, however Referee Jim Bunning was toppled to the canvas in the process and unable to count what appeared to be a sure pin. Wanz was trying to help the woozy official get back to his feet when he was caught from behind in a Schoolboy Roll Up and pinned.

5. “Mr. Electricity” Steve Regal (w/ “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin & Precious) defeated “Olympian” Brad Rheingans at 14:34. To his credit, Regal tried to wrestle a clean scientific match but found himself on the short end of the stick against the technically superior Rheingans. Sensing trouble, Precious climbed up to the apron and sprayed the Olympian in the eyes with her can of aerosol while Gorgeous Jimmy distracted Referee Marty Miller. Rheingans staggered blindly around the ring and right into a Small Package to give Regal the victory.

6. Robbinsdale, Minnesota’s own Curt Hennig took care of Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee’s henchman Nord the Barbarian at 12:35. Using a style very similar to that of Bruiser Brody, Nord dominated the early going with his size and brute strength, but his endurance faltered as the match wore on. A missed Leg Drop from the 2nd rope proved to be the beginning of the end. Nord had just stumbled back up to his feet when he was greeted with a Missile Drop Kick from the top rope to put his shoulders to the mat for the 1-2-3.

7. Leon “The Baby Bull” White enlisted the help of AWA TV Champion Greg Gagne to be his partner in the Tag Team Main Event against “Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko & his personal Ninja bodyguard Mr. Go. Big Leon had revenge on his mind after a recent defeat to Zbyszko in Minneapolis and wrestled the yoeman’s share of the bout for his team. While the Baby Bull did succeed in gaining some well-deserved retribution, he would ultimately be done in once more by the devious Zbyszko. White was stunned by a Jumping Neckbreaker from Mr. Go, but still managed to get a foot on the bottom rope when the dark Ninja went for the cover. The Living Legend quickly shoved the foot off and then held onto it for good measure to prevent a kick out while an unsuspecting Jim Bunning counted the pin at 11:05. Your winners: Larry Zbyszko & Mr. Go.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Prairie Capital Convention Center, Springfield, IL. Att: 6,930.

Commentators: “Dapper” Dave Prill & Larry “The Axe” Hennig
Ring Announcer: “Slick” Mick Karch
Referee: Doug Gilbert, Gary DeRusha & Larry Lisowski

1. Jake “The Milkman” Milliman over Dennis Stamp by DQ at 3:37. Stamp brought a bad attitude into the ring with him and earned bonus heel points for flipping off the crowd after Mick Karch’s introductions. The veteran from Amarillo, TX wasn’t popular with Referee Doug Gilbert either. The official was uncerimoniously tossed out of the ring by Stamp when he insisted upon a clean break in the corner. Gilbert wasted no time in calling for the bell while Stamp unloaded on the Milkman with a barrage of kicks and stomps.

2. D.J. Peterson fell for the ol’ phony heel good sportsman handshake bit and caught a low knee to the abdomen from opponent “Alaskan” Jay York for his trouble. The dirty trick infuriated Peterson into dumping his customary scientific style and opting for a more aggressive roughhouse approach. Both men threw the rule book out the window and took turns pummeling one another with some stiff haymakers. Referee Gary DeRusha finally had enough when a folding chair was introduced into the brawl and called the match at 5:23. The official decision was a Double Disquaification.

3. Soldad Ustinov (w/ Russian Flag & Teijo Khan in his corner) defeated Anthony “Earthquake” Ferris at 10:23. Despite the distracting presence of Teijo at ringside, Ferris had two things going for him – a roll on his ample Size modifier and successfully thwarting Ustinov’s sneak attack attempt prior to the bell. A timely trip off the ropes by Khan would prove to be big Anthony’s undoing. Ferris stumbled right into a vicious Russian Sickle clothesline from Ustinov for the winning pinfall.

4. ”Jamming” Mitch Snow over “Mr. Magnificent” Kevin Kelly (w/ AWA Ladies Champion Madusa Micelli in his corner) via disqualification at 5:35. Snow’s speed and agility gave the lumbering strongman Kelly all sorts of trouble in this match with Mr. Magnificent finding himself in one pinning predicament after another. Desperate to turn the momentum in her man’s favor, Madusa bashed Mitch in the back of the head with her Ladies Title Belt. Unfortunately for Kelly, Referee Doug Gilbert caught the valet red-handed and immediately called for the bell.

5. The fans were not kind to the Top Guns and gave Ricky Rice & his partner Jon Paul DeMann a lukewarm reception as the duo made their way down the aisle to take on the Destruction Crew (Wayne “The Train” Bloom & “Mean” Mike Enos). One fan went so far as to hold up a sign that read “Rocker Wannabes” alluding to the Guns’ similarity in style to that of the popular AWA Tag Team Champion Midnight Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels). DeMann and Rice may have won over some of the crowd by taking the battle to the much larger and far more physical Destruction Crew. Indeed, things were looking promising when Enos became trapped in Rice’s Small Package, however Wayne Bloom snuck into the ring behind Referee Gary DeRusha’s back and reversed the cradle. DeRusha, who was busy sending DeMann back to his corner, turned around to find Enos on top and counted the pin at 12:42.

6. AWA Television Title Match. “High” Flyer” Greg Gagne successfully defended his crown against Ninja Mr. Go (w/ “Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko) at 8:21. Gagne’s chances were bolstered by a roll on his Technical modifier which trumped any interference that the devious Zbyszko could muster. The end came when Greg hopped up to the 2nd rope to elude his opponent’s corner charge and caught Go in a Leaping Sunset Flip out of the corner to hold the Ninja’s shoulders to the mat for the three count.

7. Stan “The Lariat” Hansen (w /Ten Feet of Bull Rope & A Wild Look in His Eye) defeated Big Scott Hall in the Main Event at 23:42. Hansen threw down his Stetson, snatched Mick Karch’s microphone away and went on a pre-match tirade that included his “big fat wife and nine screaming kids” at home in Borger, TX. Growing more and more impatient by the minute, Hall petitioned Referee Doug Gilbert to ring the bell and start the match and then took matters into his own hands by hauling off and slugging Hansen much to the delight of the fans. In hindsight, that might not have been such a swell idea. Hansen was a bear both in and out of the ring and pushed disqualification to its limits with some punishing rule-breaking tactics on Hall. In the end, it was a smash to the head with his cowboy boot while Referee Doug Gilbert was temporarily incapacitated that put Hall away for the pinfall.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80’s) - Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA. Att: 4,630.

Commentators: Rod Trongard & Greg Gagne
Ring Announcer: “Dapper” Dave Prill
Referees: Marty Miller, Jim Bunning & Scott Ledoux

1.Our opening contest featured a special Ladies Attraction pitting Judy Martin against “Killer Tomato” Debi Pelletier. Martin refused to let Referee Marty Miller check her for weapons before the opening bell and was consequently able to sneak a hidden foreign object by the flustered official. Fortunately for Pelletier, Judy dropped the object in the early going causing it to bounce off the canvas and fall OOR. This bout ended up on the floor after Martin left the ring to try and retrieve her weapon. The gals battled back up the aisle and toward the concession stands with Marty Miller counting both grapplers out at 4:11.

2. Leon “The Baby Bull” White defeated Tom “Rocky” Stone at 2:34. The 375lb White made the most of a roll on his Size Modifier by crushing his opponent with a Big Splash for the winning pinfall after Stone had collapsed to the mat following a Corner Avalanche.

3. Former AWA TV Champion Nick Kiniski had some words with the current title holder Greg Gagne as he made his way past the announcers’ table to face Buck “Rock & Roll” Zumhoffe. Buck was really fired up for this contest. It was hard to determine whether it was due to the crowd’s support or the blaring Rock & Roll music from his boombox. Whatever the reason, Zumhoffe earned a boatload of points to help him grab the advantage. Kiniski, on the other hand, allowed Greg Gagne’s presence at ringside to be a constant distraction. He was eventually counted out at 12:37 when he got into a heated confrontation with Gagne on the floor.

4. Shawn Michaels (w/ Midnight Rockers tag team partner Marty Jannetty) and Pat Tanaka (w/ manager Diamond Dallas Page) were both DQ’d at 6:09. Trouble was brewing in this match right from the onset. Page was determined to give Tanaka an edge and interferred quite liberally whenever Referee Marty Miller’s back was turned. Marty Jannetty finally had enough and chased DDP into the ring where all four men battled it out in a wild melee. Miller called the match when he was unable to restore order.

5. Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee drew some serious heat in a pre-match interview with “Dapper” Dave Prill to help bolster King Tonga’s points total against Baron Von Raschke. As it turned out, El-Kaisee would have a huge impact on the bout’s outcome as well. Von Rashke was brawling with Tonga OOR when he was tripped by El-Kaisee as the grapplers scrambled to make Referee Jim Bunning’s ten count. Tonga made it in time, however his devious manager’s interference caused the Baron to be counted out at 13:02.

6. The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn & “Sweet” Stan Lane) over “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin & “Mr. Electricity” Steve Regal via DQ at 8:59. Both teams sported similar styles in utilizing their speed and quickness, however the Fabs’ experience served them well as the match wore on. Lane and Keirn stunned Steve Regal with a Double Russian Leg Sweep prompting Garvin’s valet Precious to spoil the pin attempt by spraying Referee Scott Ledoux in the eyes with her can of aerosol air freshner. The blinded Ledoux wasted no time in calling for the bell and had to be assisted to the back for medical attention.

7. “The Mercenary from South Africa” Colonel Debeers was pelted with cups and debris as he strode to ringside to take on “The Mountain from Stone Mountain, GA Crusher Jerry Blackwell in our Main Event. Although he isn’t officially Debeers’ manager, Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee emerged from the back to watch the action. There is no love loss between the Sheik and Blackwell, and the bad blood between the two would resurface once again tonight. El-Kaisee bashed Jerry in the head with the Colonel’s Swagger Stick when the action moved OOR causing Blackwell to be counted out at 9:52.
WWF Monday Night RAW Results (Attitude Era Circa Late 90's) - Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA

Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler

Interviews: Michael Cole

Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel

Referees: Chad Patton, Mike Sparks & Jack Doan

Backstage segment - Ivory Interview

Looking to make a name for herself in the WWF, newcomer Ivory was attempting to put herself over with the fans during a pre-match interview with Michael Cole when her opponent Luna Vachon and European Champion Goldust rudely barged in on them. Luna told Ivory to hit the road and immediately changed the topic of conversation to Goldust's title defense against Dan "The Beast" Severn at the upcoming Bad Blood pay-per-view. Vachon cut a scathing promo on Severn's "Barbie Doll" manager Terri Runnels and warned her not to interfere or risk "facing the consequences", the details of which she did not elaborate on.

1. Ivory vs. Luna Vachon (w/ The Artist Formerly Know as Goldust)

Goldust and Vachon's intrusion cost Ivory 50 points, but as it turned out, Luna's total would also take a hit. Apparently Terri Runnels overheard Vachon's comments and responded by pushing Goldust's valet off the ramp as Luna was making her ring entrance. Vachon took a bad spill to the floor and lost 200 points from the fall making her a heavy underdog against Ivory. Hampered and hobbling throughout the contest, Luna found herself in one pinning predicament after another. A desperation roundhouse punch from Vachon accidentally decked Referee Chad Patton after Ivory ducked at the last instant. The official wasted no time in calling for the bell and DQ'd Luna at 5:39.

Backstage segment featuring Tiger Ali Singh

Unsuccessful in soliciting the services of one of the Godfather's "hos" to provide female companionship for his Manservant Babu at a previous RAW event, Tiger Ali Singh took matters into his own hands this evening. Singh seeked out and found Sable walking around backstage. Waving a fistful of hundred dollar bills, the wealthy but vile playboy from India whispered his indecent proposal into the WWF diva's ear. Sable flirtatiously smirked, slipped the cash into her halter top and promised both Babu and Singh that they would indeed see her later on.

2. Droz vs. Tiger Ali Singh (w/ Babu)

Perhaps feeling overly anxious and inspired by his forthcoming rendezvous with Sable, Babu tried to end this match quickly by reaching into the ring and tripping Droz early in the action. The interference nearly garnered his master a victory, but Droz spoiled the subsequent pin attempt by getting a foot on the bottom rope to break Referee Mike Sparks' three count. True to her word, Sable then made her way down to ringside. Babu tried to tell her that she was too premature and to return backstage until the match was over. The diva responded by planting him with a DDT on the floor. Sable then connected with a Low Blow to Singh from behind to give Droz the pinfall at 4:27.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

Mr. McMahon is preparing to make his big announcement regarding who the Headbangers' opponents will be for the Tag Team Championship at the Bad Blood pay-per-view when we hear his secretary come over the intercom on his phone. "Mr. McMahon, you have call. Paul Heyman is holding for you on Line 1." The Boss rolls his eyes and reluctantly picks up the call.

Mr. McMahon: "Are we going to have more ECW run-ins tonight, Heyman ?"

Paul Heyman: "Vince, don't hang up on me ! I just want a minute of your time."

Mr. McMahon: (After a long pause) "You have 30 seconds. Make it good."

Paul Heyman: (Very slowly and deliberately) "There is money to be made here ...."

Another long pause with no response.

Paul Heyman: "Hello ?? Are you still there, Vince ??"

Mr. McMahon: "I'm listening ...."

3. Test vs. "Bombastic" Bob Holly of the New Midnight Express (w/ "Bodacious" Bart Gunn & Jim Cornette)

After Test was introduced by Ring Announcer Howard Finkel, Jim Cornette insisted upon doing the honors for "Bombastic" Bob Holly. Cornette did not take kindly to Test interrupting him, however, and ordered both Gunn and Holly to attack him before the opening bell. As a result, Test lost 100 points from the ambush. Gunn would go on to have a further impact on this bout's outcome. Bodacious Bart snuck into the ring and reversed Test's Small Package cradle while Cornette argued with Referee Jack Doan. The official finally turned around to find Bombastic Bob on top and counted the pin at 7:36.

"No chance in hell" theme music brings out Mr. McMahon with his Corporate stooges Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson to loud "Boos !"

Mr. McMahon: "It's time to announce who will face the Headbangers for the tag team titles at Bad Blood. While I initially had a specific team in mind ....

(a "New Age Outlaws" chant goes up among the capacity crowd) ..... some new developments have just come to light. And so ..... I've decided to change my mind. We're going to have a Tag Team Battle Royal instead to determine who the number one contenders will be. Let's get to it !"

4. 16-Man Tag Team Battle Royal

Stipulations are as follows: Competitors are eliminated by being sent over the top rope and out of the ring with both feet touching the floor. The tag team represented by the last man remaining in the ring shall be declared the winner with his team facing the Champion Headbangers for the WWF Tag Team Championship at Bad Blood. Competitors as chosen by Mr. McMahon included 8-Ball & Skull from the Disciples of the Apocalypse, the Hardy Boyz (Matt & Jeff), Hawk & Animal of L.O.D. 2000, the New Blackjacks (Bradshaw & Windham), Brian "Too Sexy" Christopher & Scott "Too Hot" Taylor of Too Much, Southern Justice (Dennis Knight & Mark Canterbury), D'Lo Brown & "The World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry of the Nation of Domination, and Recon & Sniper from the Truth Commission. Conspicuous by their absence, the New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn).

Order of elimination : Matt Hardy by Scott Taylor, Brian Christopher by Animal, Animal by Hawk (via accidental Clothesline), Skull by Hawk, Sniper by Jeff Hardy, Jeff Hardy by Hawk, Blackjack Windham by Mark Henry, Scott Taylor by D'Lo Brown, D'Lo Brown by Dennis Knight, Mark Canterbury by Hawk, Recon by Mark Henry, Mark Henry by Blackjack Bradshaw, Blackjack Bradshaw by 8-Ball, Hawk by 8-Ball, 8-Ball by Dennis Knight (w/ help from manager Tennessee Lee who pulled the top rope down). Southern Justice wins the Battle Royal. The time of the match was 29:58.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

The New Age Outlaws burst in on the Boss. They're fuming as to why they were excluded from the Tag Team Battle Royal Match. McMahon smiles and leans back in his chair.

Mr. McMahon: "There's money to be made here, boys."

Billy Gunn: "How can we make money ? We weren't in the Battle Royal Match and now we're not going to be at Bad Blood !"

Mr. McMahon: "Now hold on there, Billy. While it's true that the New Age Outlaws won't be wrestling the Headbangers for the tag team belts, I never said that you wouldn't be at Bad Blood. I have a higher purpose in mind for you and Road Dogg, and trust me when I say that you will make money - lots of money."

Road Dogg: "I'm down with that, but what are we talking about here ?"

Mr. McMahon: "The Outlaws beat Southern Justice at Judgement Day and earned a title match against the Headbangers on the following RAW."

Road Dogg: "And we would have won them damn belts, too, if the Dudley Boyz hadn't interfered ! "

Mr. McMahon: "You know what ? I think you're right, Road Dogg. I think you boys would have won the titles that night."

Road Dogg: "Damn straight !"

Mr. McMahon: "But you didn't ..... Because of the Dudley Boyz ..... In fact, as I recall, I think they gave you the Dudley Death Drop, didn't they, Billy ? How'd that feel ?"

Billy Gunn: "Let me get them in the ring and I'll show you how that felt !"

Mr. McMahon: "Precisely. What would you say if I told you boys that I can make that match happen ?"

Billy Gunn: "The Dudleyz are jumping ship to the WWF ?"

Mr. McMahon: "No, not exactly. But Paul Heyman and I are working on something special .... including The New Age Outlaws vs. the Dudley Boyz at Bad Blood. Heyman says his team is better, but I say that my team is better. Now what do you say ?"

Road Dogg: "We're in !"

5. Guitar on a Pole Match. X-Pac of D-Generation X vs. Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee)

This match is a continuation of the feud between D-Generation X and Tennessee Lee's stable. After disappointing losses to both Billy Gunn and the Road Dogg in recent weeks, Jeff Jarrett was looking for a little retribution tonight at X-Pac's expense. Jarrett's acoustic guitar was tethered atop a pole in one of the corner's of the ring. Either man could wield the guitar as a weapon to help them defeat their opponent if they could get to it first. Since climbing was involved, both competitor's Ladder Modifier points came into play to determine a winner. X-Pac had a slight edge in that regard, but it was Tennessee Lee's interference that ultimately made the difference. Lee pulled X-Pac's foot out from under him as the DX member was attempting to scale the turnbuckle to retrieve the guitar. X-Pac fell to the canvas allowing his adversary to successfully fetch the weapon. Jarrett scored the winning pinfall after coming off the top rope with an El Kabong guitar smash to his opponent's noggin just as X-Pac was getting back to his feet. The time of the fall was 12:58.

RAW Rewind

A montage of clips involving the internal friction between the Nation of Domination's Rock & Farooq. We see a clip of the Brahma Bull ducking a Faarooq Clothesline leading to the Rock's victory over Bradshaw on an episode of RAW. Next we're shown Faarooq sustaining the Rock Bottom in a loss to Dan "The Beast" Severn on another edition of RAW. Severn's victory earned him a European Title Match against the Artist Formerly Know as Goldust at Bad Blood.

6. Nation of Domination Grudge Match. Faarooq vs. WWF Intercontinental Champion the Rock

This is a non-title match. After some alleged dissension in the ranks during recent weeks, the Nation of Domination chose to settle their business inside the squared circle. Fellow Nation members D'Lo Brown, Mark Henry and the Godfather all came down to ringside for a front row seat. It soon became obvious to everyone watching that there were clearly two camps within the stable. D'Lo tripped the Rock during the proceedings while the Godfather did likewise to Faarooq. Mark Henry then showed where his allegiance was by giving the Rock a shove off the top rope when the Brahma Bull was setting himself on the turnbuckle to deliver a high risk leap. The Rock took a bad spill to the canvas with Faarooq covering him for the 1-2-3 at 11:46. While the match way have been intended to re-unify the Nation of Domination, it only succeeded in driving them further apart.

Bad Blood Promo

Announced so far:

WWF Tag Team Title Match - Challengers Southern Justice (Dennis Knight & Mark Canterbury) vs. Champion Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher)

European Title Match - Challenger Dan "The Beast" Severn (w/ "Beauty" Terri Runnels) vs. Champion The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust (w/ Luna Vachon)

Special Tag Team Challenge Match - WWF's New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn) vs. ECW's Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley)

Buried Alive Match - The Undertaker vs. the Big Show

7. Dude Love vs. the Big Show (w/ his Big Trouble tag team partner the Big Boss Man)

The Big Boss Man made an immediate impact on this match before it had even officially started. The former prison guard snuck up from behind and clubbed Dude Love over the back with his nightstick to inflict 200 points worth of damage during the Dude's ring entrance. The Boss Man struck again once the match got under way. Dude Love was attempting to give the Big Show a Suplex when the Boss Man reached into the ring and tripping him up. A loud reaction from the crowd indicated that help was on the way from the back in the form of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin ! The WWF Champ raced down the aisle and ran off the Boss Man after battling him around ringside. There were more surprises to come as the Dude began to get the upper hand on the Big Show ! "The Big Red Machine" Kane came out next. Fans were expecting to see him take the Big Show to task after Kane's run in with Big Trouble at the Judgement Day pay-per-view. As it turned out, the fickle Kane had other ideas in mind. The Big Red Machine inexplicably laid out Dude Love with a Tombstone Piledriver enabling the Big Show to gain the three count at 10:26.

Kane was returning to the back when he was confronted by an irate Steve Austin. "What the hell are you thinking, son ??" the Texas Rattlesnake demanded, "How can you help that S.O.B. when he tried to put you in the damn hospital ??" (Austin, who was the Big Red Machine's tag team partner at Judgement Day, was referring to a backstage assault by Big Trouble that nearly eliminated Kane from the Main Event.)

Kane tried to push Austin aside to get by him but Stone Cold was having none of it. "I'm talking to you dammit" Austin persisted while jabbing an accusing finger into his partner's chest, "I want an answer !" Kane's response was to grab the WWF champ by the throat and plant him onto the ramp with a vicious Chokeslam.

Jerry Lawler: "I told you Austin was making a big mistake by trusting Kane, JR ! I told you !"

Jim Ross: "That Kane is one sadistic and unpredictable individual, King ! There's no telling what he'll do !"

The camera follows the Big Red Machine backstage where he is greeted by a gloating Mr. McMahon, his cronies Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco, and both members of Big Trouble.

Jim Ross: "What the hell is going on here, King ??"

Jerry Lawler: "I think that Kane's the newest member of Mr. McMahon's Corporation, JR !"

With that we fade to black with the WWF logo.
WWF Monday Night RAW Results (Attitude Era Circa Late 90's) - The Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA

Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler

Interviews: Lilian Garcia

Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel

Referees: Earl Hebner, Mike Chioda & Teddy Long

Opening pyrotechnics

The camera pans over the capacity crowd at the Spokane Arena. Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler hype tonight's card as well as the upcoming Bad Blood pay-per-view

1. Sunny of L.O.D. 2000 vs.Tori of D-Generation X

While Sunny won't exactly wrestle circles around anyone inside the ring, her opponent Tori is a relative newcomer to the business and is still honing her craft. Tori received an extra 100 points prior to the match thanks in large part to a great backstage interview with Lilian Garcia in which Hunter Hearst Helmsley did the bulk of the talking for her, but the bonus was offset by her opponent's popular entrance. Sunny emerged from the back to Hawk's "What a Rrrrrrrrrruuuuuuuussssssshhhhhhhhhhh !" growl wearing nothing but a red and black bikini, wrestling boots, and a set of Hawk & Animal's spiked shoulder pads much to the delight of the men in attendance. Neither of the gals were able to add to their scores with their respective Modifiers (Sunny rolled "Cheating" while Tori drew "Speed" ), but Sunny did control the tempo of the match throughout. In the end, Sunny pinned her opponent with a Stunner at 3:08, but the match was more of an opportunity for the blonde beauty to entertain the crowd and draw support for her tag team of L.O.D. 2000.

Backstage segment - "In the Zone"

"The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock is in the locker room preparing for his match against "The Vampire Warrior" Gangrel later tonight. By the wild look in his eyes, we can see that Shamrock is "in the zone" - a catchphrase he often uses to describe when he is uber-focused on the task at hand. Most of his fellow wrestlers know to leave Shamrock alone and give him plenty of space when he is in such a state of mind, but Mr. McMahon has chosen this specific moment to confront him. "Paul Heyman has told me that his wrestler Taz can take you any time he pleases, but that we'll never know for sure because you're too much of a coward to face him in the ring one-on-one." Shamrock looks like a volcano that's ready to explode. Red-faced and hyperventilating, he gets right up in McMahon's face and clenches his fists. A crowd of wrestlers gather around them and are poised to step in and protect the Boss if need be. The tension is thick, but McMahon tells them to back off. "What would you say if I could make that match happen at Bad Blood," the Boss asks. Shamrock is so amped up that he can hardly speak and nods instead. "Consider it done," McMahon says and leaves the locker room.

2. 6 - Man Tag Team Match: Kaientai (Dick Togo, Sho Funaki & Men's Teioh) w/ Yamaguchi-San vs. Los Boricuas (Miguel Perez Jr., Jose Estrada Jr. & Jesus Castillo) w/ Savio Vega

The latest skirmish in the Kaientai/Los Boricuas feud yielded no winner. Referee Mike Chioda had the unenviable task of trying to maintain order both in and out of the ring; a feat which proved to be too difficult for one official to accomplish. Amidst the mayhem that ensued, all three members of Kaientai hit successive Splashes from the top rope onto a prone Savio Vega who had snuck into the ring during an attempt to interfere. Castillo and Perez then entered the ring to join the fray leaving Chioda no choice but to call for the bell and disqualify both teams at 7:45.

RAW Rewind

Highlights are shown from the Dude Love/Big Show Main Event from last week's RAW leading to a confrontation between WWF Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and his Judgment Day tag team partner Kane in which the Texas Rattlesnake was Chokeslammed onto the ramp. We're then shown footage of the Big Red Machine being warmly received backstage by Mr. McMahon, his stooges Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco, and the tag team of Big Trouble (The Big Show & Big Boss Man). The piece ends with Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler speculating as to whether or not Kane is now officially a member of McMahon's Corporate Stable.

3. Kurrgan the Interrogator of the Truth Commission (w/ The Jackyl & Sniper) vs. "The Big Red Machine" Kane (w/ Paul Bearer)

On paper, Kurrgan (6' 10", 350 lbs) matched up well with Kane (7' 0", 323 lbs) in size, but the Big Red Machine dominated this bout from start to finish. Botched outside interference certainly didn't help the Interrogator's cause any. Looking to capitalize on a distraction from the Jackyl, Sniper tossed a chain into the ring for Kurrgan to use but overshot his reach. Kane snatched it up off the canvas, wrapped the chain around his fist and laid out the Interrogator with a loaded punch to the kisser. Referee Teddy Long then turned around to find the Big Red Machine making the cover on his KO'd opponent and counted the pin at 4:03.

Backstage segment - Kane Interview

Lilian Garcia was attempting to interview Paul Bearer and Kane regarding the skirmish with Austin last week on RAW when the Rattlesnake rushed in and clobbered the Big Red Machine with a chair shot. WWF officials and personnel quickly intervened to separate the two. Former grappler-turned-road agent Tony Garea received a Stone Cold Stunner for his trouble. Austin was finally pulled away, but not before delivering an obscenity-laced rant that was extensively censored.

4. Hardcore Championship Match: Challenger Chainsaw Charlie vs. Champion Big Boss Man

Object Modifiers always come into play during Hardcore Matches and Chainsaw Charlie held a slight edge in that regard. Incorporating his trademark catchphrase of "Doing Hard Time", the Boss Man compensated by cutting a great promo to tack on 125 points to his score. The former prison guard from the Cobb County Correctional Facility proved that his Hardcore Championship was no fluke. While the Boss Man may not have used his signature nightstick during the contest, he did drive Charlie through a table with his Sidewalk Slam finisher to gain the three count at 9:02. The Big Boss Man successfully retains the WWF Hardcore Title.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

McMahon and his cronies Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson are piecing together the matches for the upcoming Bad Blood pay-per-view. They unanimously agree to have "Stone Cold" Steve Austin defend the WWF Championship against Kane, and then contemplate an Intercontinental Title Match between the Rock and Hunter Hearst Helmsley when the phone suddenly rings. McMahon's secretary tells him that Paul Heyman is calling. McMahon tables the meeting to take the call. By the gist of the conversation, we get the impression that Heyman is pitching another ECW vs. WWF matchup for the Bad Blood card. The Boss seems to like the idea, but is leery of showcasing another ECW wrestler on his pay-per-view. McMahon starts talking money, but then insists on one additional provision to make the match happen, "I want the name of the rat who contacted you behind my back that led to all those ECW run-ins."

5. "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock vs. "The Vampire Warrior" Gangrel of the Brood (w/ Edge & Christian)

Gangrel was the underdog in this one right from the onset. The Vampire Warrior's pre-match interview with Lilian Garcia backstage was interrupted by the Hardy Boyz to cost him 50 points. To make matters worse, Christian accidentally clobbered Gangrel with a haymaker when Shamrock ducked once the contest had finally gotten under way to decrease his score by another 100 points. Despite all that, Lady Luck was shining on the Brood this evening and she came in the form of one Ryan Shamrock. Ken's little sister came down to ringside with a microphone to stir up some trouble with her hot-headed brother. One of the reasons Shamrock is known as "The World's Most Dangerous Man" is because of his explosive temper which can manifest itself at any given moment. Ryan knows just what buttons to push to get on her brother's bad side and boldly declared that she would be in Taz's corner at Bad Blood. Ken Shamrock immediately blew a gasket and got into a heated confrontation with his little sister OOR. In the meantime, Referee Mike Chioda laid on the ten count. Your winner via Count Out at 6:23 - Gangrel.

Backstage segment - "The People's Referee"

Lilian Garcia interviews the Rock regarding tonight's Main Event pitting Val Venis against the Nation of Domination's D'Lo Brown and featuring the Brahma Bull himself as the Special Guest Referee. Sporting an official's black and white striped shirt, the Rock refers to himself as "The People's Referee" and vows to remain impartial in "The People's Ring". When Lilian presses him about the recent turmoil involving the Nation, the Rock downplays the situation and stresses that there is unity within the ranks. He's far more interested in flirting with the pretty blonde announcer and asks her what she's doing after the show. "The Rock has been told that you like a man in uniform, Lilian. " Garcia doesn't know what to say and tries to stir the interview back on track but the Most Electrifying Man in Sports is persistent. "You can't keep your eyes off the Rock, can you ? Sweet cream on an ice cream sandwich, girl, look at you gawking at the Rock ! You can't wait to get your hands on the Rock's Whoopi Goldberg." Lilian blushes and looks to the camera man for help as we cut to commercial.

6. Steel Cage Match - Hunter Hearst Helmsley of D-Generation X (w/ "The 9th Wonder of the World" Chyna) vs. "Marvelous" Marc Mero (w/ Jacqueline)

Stipulations: There are no pinfalls, disqualifications, count outs or submissions. The match is won by being the first to exit the cage either through the door or by climbing out.

"Marvelous" Marc Mero has been a thorn in the side of Triple H for quite some time now. Mero wasted no time in getting under Helmsley's skin once again this evening by cutting a scathing promo on the DX member prior to their cage match to earn himself an additional 75 points. Marvelous Marc wasn't done yet, however, and added another 100 points by ambushing his adversary just as Triple H was entering the cage. Helmsley rebounded somewhat by topping the Marvelous One in Cage Modifier points, and also received some timely assistance from Chyna along the way. After catching Triple H with his TKO finisher, Mero appeared as though he would successfully climb out of the cage, but stopped his ascent up the cage to perform a Moonsault off the top rope instead to inflict additional damage. Satisfied that he had sufficiently incapacitated Helmsley enough, Marvelous Marc began to climb again in earnest only to be met by Chyna at the top of the cage. The Ninth Wonder of the World sent him crashing back down to the canvas with a couple of vicious forearms to the head. Both wrestlers were now flat on their backs in the middle of the ring. Helmsley managed to get to his feet just before Mero, drove him into the mat with a Pedigree and then exited via the cage door to victory at 10:17. The win may have come at a costly price, though. Triple H appeared to have suffered a knee injury during the match and had to be assisted to the back by Chyna afterward.

Bad Blood Promo

Announced so far:

WWF Tag Team Title Match - Challengers Southern Justice (Dennis Knight & Mark Canterbury) vs. Champion Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher)

Special Challenge Match - WWF's Ken Shamrock vs. ECW's Taz

European Title Match - Challenger Dan "The Beast" Severn (w/ "Beauty" Terri Runnels) vs. Champion The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust (w/ Luna Vachon)

Special Tag Team Challenge Match - WWF's New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn) vs. ECW's Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley)

Buried Alive Match - The Undertaker vs. the Big Show

WWF Championship Match - Challenger "The Big Red Machine" Kane vs. Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin[/i]

7. Val Venis (w/ Ryan Shamrock) vs. D'Lo Brown of the Nation of Domination (w/ "The World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry)

Special Guest Referee: WWF Intercontinental Champion The Rock

The big question on everyone's mind was if the Rock would play any favorites while officiating this contest. (During last week's episode of RAW, both D'Lo Brown and Mark Henry helped Faarooq defeat the Rock in a non-title Intercontinental Match.) Both grapplers were awarded bonus points by the fans - Venis for a lecherous promo that featured several sexual innuendos and Brown for his thunderous "We are the Nation of Domination !" entrance. To his credit, the Rock called this one straight down the middle, folks, and strictly enforced the WWF rulebook. He could not be faulted for the controversy that would spoil the ending of what turned out to be a fairly even and highly competitive match. While the Rock was admonishing Mark Henry for attempting to interfere, Ken Shamrock raced down the aisle and tossed a Kendo Stick into the hands of a startled D'Lo Brown who immediately whacked Venis from behind with it. The Rock turned around to find Brown making the cover on his dazed opponent and counted the pin at 10:22. Ryan Shamrock vehemently protested the outcome and then threw a tantrum in the ring when the Rock refused to reverse his decision.

Backstage segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

McMahon has just returned from a consultation with the ringside physician regarding Hunter Hearst Helmsley's condition and shares the findings with Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson. The doctor has diagnosed Triple H with a hyperextended knee. Helmsley's knee is on ice and he is expected to be out-of-action for a month. "So much for the Intercontinental Title Match at Bad Blood," Patterson laments. "Not necessarily," McMahon smiles. We can see that the wheels are turning in his mind. "The Rock will defend his belt at Bad Blood alright ...... not against Helmsley, but against Faarooq. And the loser is out of the Nation of Domination."

With that, we fade to black with the WWF logo.
WWF Sunday Night Heat Results (Attitude Era Circa Late 90's) - Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY

Commentators: Michael Cole & Jerry "The King" Lawler

Interviews: Kevin Kelly

Ring Announcer: Tony Chimel

Referees: Tim White, Jack Doan & Jim Korderas

Backstage Segment - Test Interview

Kevin Kelly is interviewing Test regarding tonight's opening contest when Big Trouble (Big Show & the Big Boss Man) suddenly barge in. The Big Show wants some air time with Kelly to discuss his upcoming "Buried Alive" Match against the Undertaker at the Bad Blood pay-per-view. Test does not take kindly to the interruption and confronts him. A tense standoff ensues with both men standing toe-to-toe. Tony Chimel begins to make the introductions for the first match prompting Test to leave and head for ringside. "Can you believe the nerve of this kid ?" Big Show remarks to the Boss Man, "I put him through a table on RAW a couple of weeks ago and he still wants a piece of me." "It sounds like someone hasn't learned their lesson yet, " the Boss Man responds. "Maybe Test needs to do some hard time ?" the Big Show suggests. The Boss Man smiles and nods.

1. Test vs. Tom Brandi

Despite being a newcomer to the WWF, Brandi (aka Salvatore Sincere) was well received by the crowd as was his opponent Test. The warm welcome boosted both men's respective totals, but Test also tacked on an additional 25 points for rolling on his Size Modifier. Brandi jumped off to a fast start in the contest but found himself in a heap of trouble after sustaining a Gutwrench Powerbomb. Test quickly followed with a Diving Elbow Drop from the top rope and went for a cover, however Referee Tim White had been spilled to the canvas and was unable to count the pin. The Big Boss Man then snuck into the ring and clobbered Test from behind with his nightstick. The former prison guard then dragged Brandi on top of Test and skedaddled. White finally shook out the cobwebs and crawled over to make the three count to give Brandi the upset victory at 4:56.

Backstage Segment - Locker Room

Skull & 8-Ball from the Disciples of the Apocalypse biker gang come across "Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman's duffel bag of martial arts weapons in the locker room. They start rummaging through it and then dump the contents out on the floor just as Blackman walks in on them. "Are you boys looking for something ?" the Lethal Weapon asks. "This is the WWF, Karate Kid, not the UFC," Skull answers, 'Why don't you take your toys to MMA where you belong ?" Blackman starts putting his gear back inside the duffel bag, but holds onto one specific item. He cracks both members of D.O.A. with his nunchucks. 8-Ball & Skull beat a hasty retreat. "There's more where that came from !" the Lethal Weapon shouts after them, "Keep your noses out of my business !"

2. "Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman vs. 8-Ball of the Disciples of the Apocalypse (w/ "Precious" Paul Ellering & Skull)

As a result of Blackman's pre-match nunchuck smash, 8-Ball had 200 points deducted from his score to put him in a huge hole. To make matters worse, Blackman's glow-in-the-dark Filipino Fighting Sticks entrance went over big time with the fans. They awarded the Lethal Weapon with an additional 75 points to help make him the heavy favorite to win this bout. The saving grace for 8-Ball was having his identical twin Skull with him at ringside. The two brothers pulled the ol' switcheroo behind Referee Jack Doan's back on several occassions despite Blackman's protests to the contrary. Not to be left out, "Precious" Paul Ellering got in on the mischief by drawing Doan into a heated argument which allowed Skull & 8-Ball to combine for a Double DDT in the ring on the Lethal Weapon. The official then turned around to find 8-Ball (or was it Skull ??) making the cover and counted the pin at 6:14.

"No chance in hell" theme music brings Mr. McMahon down to the ring with his corporate stooges Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco. McMahon starts plugging the Bad Blood pay-per-view and says that he's pleased to announce that two additional matches have been added to the card. The first is a "Hell In A Cell" Match pitting the WWF's Mankind against ECW's Sabu . The fans roar over this revelation ! The second match features none other than Mr. McMahon himself which quickly turns the crowd's cheers into boos. McMahon calls out the Jackyl who emerges from behind the curtain and steps out onto the ramp. The CEO explains that he now knows the full extent of the Jackyl's treachery and dubious dealings with ECW's Paul Heyman in an attempt to overthrow him and take control of the WWF. "You want to run the show, Mr. Jackyl ? You think you have what it takes to be in charge ?" McMahon challenges, "Well, it's very simple then. All you have to do is beat me in a match at Bad Blood ..... a "First Blood" Match, that is .......... If you can beat me, then I'll turn over the reigns of the company to you ....... but if I beat you, then .............. it will be my distinct pleasure to tell you that "YOU'RE FIRED !" The Jackyl responds with a "You're on, McMahon !" but the look on his face clearly suggests that he's worried as he returns to the back.

3. Droz & Prince Albert vs. Too Much (Brian "Too Sexy" Christopher & Scott "Too Hot" Taylor)

Although Jerry "The King" Lawler denies any and all allegations that he is kin to Brian Christopher, he has clearly taken a keen interest in the young man's career here in the WWF. One thing is certain, however; Lawler does not think much of Scotty Too Hotty and believes that Taylor is holding Too Sexy back. The King would like nothing more than to see Christopher dismantle Too Much and fly solo. That might, perhaps. offer a valid explanation as to why Lawler would toss a chair into the ring for Albert to use on Taylor during tonight's tag team contest. Whatever his intentions were, the King's plan ultimately went awry when Scotty Drop Kicked the chair into Albert's face just as the Prince was charging toward him with it. Taylor hooked a leg and scored the pinfall at 7:21 much to Lawler's dismay.

Backstage Segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

McMahon tells Pat Patterson to have the contract drawn up for his "First Blood" Match with the Jackyl. They then discuss the list of matches for the pay-per-view with Gerald Brisco. All three men unanimously agree that they need one more match to complete the card. Hunter Hearst Helmsley suddenly bursts in hobbling on crutches due to his hyperextended knee injury. He's furious that he's been replaced by Faarooq as the Rock's challenger for the Intercontinental Championship at Bad Blood. "That's my spot and you know it !" he shouts, "I earned that title shot !" McMahon claims that Helmsley would have been the challenger had he not been injured. "I'll be ready to go !" Triple H insists, "Not only can I beat the Crock on one leg, but I can beat that clown with one hand tied behind my back !" McMahon tries to reason with him. He says that Faarooq also deserves the opportunity because he defeated the Rock in a non-title match on RAW. "Besides, we need you to be ready for the Royal Rumble come February," the Boss declares. Helmsley is indignant and storms out in a huff.

4. Edge of the Brood (w/ Gangrel & Christian) vs. "A Real Man's Man" Steven Regal (w/ Hard Hat, Flannel Shirt and Heavy Cockney Accent ??)

Regal brought a sledge hammer to the ring with him along with his undefeated streak. Both the tool, and previous wins over the likes of X-Pac and Droz among others, proved that he was not to be taken lightly. Determined to demonstrate to us all once more that he is indeed "A Real Man's Man", Regal ran a video before the match. The rather humorous footage showed him using a jackhammer in the street at an undisclosed construction site location. By the looks of it, Regal fared far worse than the pavement that he was attempting to break up. Nevertheless, he earned 75 points for the entertaining skit. Regal also introduced Edge's ribs to the butt end of his sledge hammer before the bell to reduce his opponent's score by 100 points. Unfortunately for the Real Man's Man, the weapon would come back to haunt him. Christian stole the tool from Regal's corner and gave it to Edge while Gangrel distracted Referee Tim White. An undetected smash with the sledge hammer allowed Edge to score the three count at 5:05 and end Regal's undefeated streak.

Bad Blood Promo - Dark Cemetery

We see someone in a grave shoveling dirt out onto the grass surrounding the hole. The Undertaker climbs out, rams the shovel into the pile of earth and dusts himself off. He picks up a cement tombstone and labors to position it at the head of the grave. The Deadman then turns and walks off into the darkness. The camera zooms in for a close-up of the tombstone which reads "Big Show - Rest in Peace".

5. The Godfather (w/ Entourage of "Hos" ) vs. "The Strongest Man in the World" Mark Henry (w/ D'Lo Brown)

The Nation of Domination is busting apart at the seams as a result of the feud between Faarooq and the Rock. The stable has essentially split into two factions with Henry and Brown supporting Faarooq while the Godfather has taken sides with the Rock. Both groups claim to be the "real" Nation of Domination and proceeded to cut separate promos before this match stating as much. As far as the match went, D'Lo Brown's interference made all the difference tonight, but not in the way that Mark Henry had hoped for or expected . Early in the action, D'Lo decked the Strongest Man in the World with a haymaker when the Pimp Daddy ducked at the last instant, but the worst was yet to come. Brown erred again by blinding Henry with a handful of powder that was once again intended for the Godfather. The Pimp Daddy capitalized on the miscue by rolling his opponent up for the winning pinfall at 6:20.

In Ring Promo - Triple H

Hunter Hearst Helmsley's right knee may not be functioning too well these days, but his mouth is working just fine. D-Generation X "Are you ready ? Break it down !" theme music brings Triple H ambling down to ringside on his crutches. Chyna is waiting in the ring for him. She holds the ropes open to allow him to enter, takes his crutches and hands him a microphone. And away we go.

Helmsley: "Vince, you can make up any reason or excuse that you want and BS me until you're blue in the face, but we both know that, injury or no injury, I should be wrestling the Crock for the Intercontinental Title at Bad Blood. The problem is that you let yourself get caught up in all this "Nation of Domination" dissension crap. That's not "Bad Blood", Vince, that's Bad Business. Nobody cares who's in the Nation of Domination or who's getting kicked out of the Nation of Domination, okay, and nobody wants to see Faarooq wrestling the Crock for the Intercontinental Championship when they could be, and should be, seeing me instead so suck on that.

Next item of business - "Marvelous" Marc Mero, is telling the boys in the back that he put me on the shelf with this knee injury from our Cage Match on RAW last week. Well, you see, Johnny B.-Not-So-Badd, that just ain't so. The truth of the matter is that I injured the knee a month ago, but I'll get to that in a minute. So, what I'm saying, Mero, is basically that I wrestled the Cage Match on one leg ..... and beat you .... just so you know, okay ? Now why don't you go tell the boys in the back THAT instead ?

Back to the knee injury. For those of you who really want to know, Owen Hart injured my knee. Do you have that footage ? Then roll it."

(Everyone looks up at the jumbo Titantron Screen along with Helmsley. We see highlights of his match with Owen Hart on RAW. Triple H tells the production room to "Stop it there !" when he becomes caught in Owen's Sharpshooter.)

That's when it happened. Right there. I can't prove it, but I believe that Owen Hart intentionally meant to injure me, and as much as I'd love to return the favor, Owen, I'm gonna wait until I'm 100% so that I can do it properly. But in the meantime, I have someone else in mind who wants to wrestle you. You see, it's times like these when you call on your friends, and it's times like these that you call upon the Kliq.

(With that, X-Pac's music hits and he comes down the ramp to join Chyna and Helmsley in the ring. He and Helmsley give each other the Kliq finger sign. X-Pac then takes the mic and goes off on Owen and the whole Hart family. He says that the Harts have always been unfairly pushed in the WWF by the "powers to be" when his rant is suddenly interrupted. The fans cheer as Owen Hart comes out on the ramp with a microphone of his own.

Owen: "First of all, if I injured your knee, Helmsley, then it was unintentional. That's the nature of the business, and that's the risk that you and I both take every time we step inside the ring. Be that as it may, it doesn't surprise me one bit that you would look for someone else to fight your battles for you, though, which brings me to X-Punk. My brother Bret and I earned everything that we've ever gotten here in the WWF through hard work, determination and dedication to our profession. Nothing was handed to us on a silver platter. And I'd be more than happy to prove that to you or Helmsley in the ring any time !"

Hart starts to make his way down the ramp as X-Pac eggs him on until "No chance in hell" brings out Mr. McMahon again.

Mr. McMahon: "Hold it right there, Owen. You'll get your chance to face X-Pac, but..... at Bad Blood...... and thank you both, by the way, for helping me to come up with the final match for the card. You deserve some credit as well, Helmsley, and I'm going to show you my gratitude by allowing you to face the winner of the Rock/Farooq match for the Intercontinental Championship at the Royal Rumble in February. That is ...... assuming that you're fit to wrestle by then."

6. "The Phenom" Undertaker vs. Vader

Vader racked up 50 bonus points for a good backstage interview with Kevin Kelly prior to tonight's Main Event, but they were trumped by the 'Taker's trademark ghoulish entrance which earned the Deadman 75 points of his own. The 450 pounder from the Rocky Mountains then boosted his total by another 250 points with a fortunate roll on his Size Modifier but it all went for naught. Outside Interference would once again play a huge factor in determining the winner of the contest. Big Trouble (Big Show & the Big Boss Man) came down to ringside to stir up some trouble for the Undertaker. Big Show attempted to whack the Deadman with a shovel while the Boss Man distracted Referee Jim Korderas but ended up clobbering Vader with it by accident instead. The official turned around to find the 'Taker covering his KO'd opponent and made the three count at 11:31.

Bad Blood Promo -

"Bad Blood" pay-per-view spectacular live from the Kiel Center, St. Louis, MO

1. WWF Tag Team Title Match - Challengers Southern Justice (Dennis Knight & Mark Canterbury) w/ Tennessee Lee vs. Champion Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher)

2. Special Challenge Match - WWF's "The Most Dangerous Man in the World" Ken Shamrock vs. ECW's Taz

3. European Title Match - Challenger Dan "The Beast" Severn (w/ "Beauty" Terri Runnels) vs. Champion The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust (w/ Luna Vachon)

4. Owen Hart vs. X-Pac of D-Generation X

5. Special Challenge Tag Team Match - WWF's New Age Outlaws of D-Generation X (Road Dogg & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn) vs. ECW's Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley)

6. First Blood Match - Vince McMahon vs. The Jackyl (with the stipulation that if the Jackyl wins, he takes over control of the WWF, but if McMahon wins then the Jackyl is fired)

7. Hell in a Cell Match - WWF's Mankind vs. ECW's Sabu

8. WWF Intercontinental Title Match - Challenger Faarooq vs. Champion The Rock (with the stipulation that the loser Is out of the Nation of Domination)

9. Buried Alive Match - The Undertaker vs. the Big Show

10. WWF Title Match - Challenger "The Big Red Machine" Kane vs. Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin

We then fade to black with the WWF logo.
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Tulsa Convention Center, Tulsa, OK. Att: 4,770.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Referees: Edward Faulk, Rick Ferrara & Ron West

1. It was obvious from the very start that Brett Wayne Sawyer had a major problem with a heckler in the crowd during our opening bout against Jeff "Rattlesnake" Raitz. Sawyer jawed with the irritating spectator throughout the match and lost 30 points for the ongoing distraction. Unable to contain his temper any longer, Brett bailed from the ring and threatened to haul off and smack his antagonist. The ugly confrontation prompted Raitz to rush out to the fan's defense. Sawyer took out his wrath on the Rattlesnake instead and sent him crashing into the camera crew OOR. Television reception momentarily went black as the production team scrambled to get another camera in service. When the picture was restored, we found Sawyer back in the ring with his arm raised in victory after Raitz had been counted out by Referee Edward Faulk. The time of the match was 5:33.

2. Devastation Incorporated's "Wild" Bill Irwin found out that having General Skandor Akbar in his corner can be a double-edged sword. While the devious manager's presence and interference at ringside may have boosted Irwin's total by 200 points against opponent Sam Houston, the General also accidentally slugged Wild Bill with his riding crop. The errant smash dazed Irwin long enough to set up Houston's patented Bulldog for the winning three count at 6:28.

3. Brad Armstrong was able to thwart Big Bubba Rogers sneak attack before the bell to give him a nice bonus and the early advantage in their contest, however it was to be short-lived. Rogers wore Brad down with his substantial Size Modifier and probably could have pinned him after a devastating Sidewalk Slam off the ropes. Big Bubba opted to go up top instead and flattened Armstrong like a pancake with a Diving Splash for the victory at 5:03.

4. "Time Keeper" Mike George over Shaska Whatley via Count Out at 7:17. This grudge match is an extension of the ongoing feud between George and his partner "Terrible" Ted Dibiase and the Jive Tones (Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr.) The Time Keeper clearly had the edge with Dibiase camped in his corner. While George kept Referee Edward Faulk occupied inside the ring , Terrible Ted sent Whatley shoulder-first into the announcers' table and then waylaid him with a smash from the Time Keeper's clock. Whatley was down and out as Faulk issued the ten count on him.

5. Kortsia Korchenko upset the popular "Gentleman" Chris Adams with help from his comrade Vladimir Petrov. Adams dominated this bout from the onset and all but had the victory sewn up after connecting with his Superkick finisher, but the momentum of the blow sent the big Russian crashing into Referee Rick Ferrara. While Adams attended to the dazed official, Petrov snuck into the ring and leveled him with his Russian Chain. Ferrara finally shook out the cobwebs to find Korchenko covering the KO'd Adams and counted the pin at 7:56. Color Commentator Missy Hyatt had herself quite a laugh at the Gentleman's expense.

6. Devastation Incorporated (One Man Gang & Eli the Eliminator) defeated The Fabulous Freebirds (Buddy Roberts & Michael P.S. Hayes) by DQ in tonight's Main Event at 9:54. The charismatic Hayes dazzled the crowd with his Moonwalk and theatrics during the introductions, but the 'Birds got down to business once the opening bell sounded. The boys from Bad Street U.S.A. effectively offset Devastation Incorporated's size bonus with their technical skills and wrestled a largely scientific match. Roberts and Hayes seemed to have things well in hand when fellow Freebird Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy ambled down to ringside with taped ribs and a folding chair in hand. No doubt still fuming from Eli and the Gang's ambush on him in Shreveport last week, Gordy was indeed a man on a mission when he entered the ring and started dishing out chair shots at ten cents a dozen. Even General Skandor Akbar took one over the noggin when he climbed up onto the apron to interfere. Battered and bruised, Devastation Incorporated beat a hasty retreat to the back as Ring Announcer Joe Bryan announced that the Freebirds had been disqualified due to Gordy's attack.
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - The Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK. Att: 4,867.

Commentators: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Referees: Jerry Usher, Tommy Gilbert & Alfred Neely

1. "Raging Greek" Mike Pappas had some kind words for Oklahoma City on the house mic to boost his points total, but the bonus did not effect the outcome of tonight's opening contest against "Mr. Superb" Steve Doll. Referee Jerry Usher became sandwiched in between the grapplers during a violent mid-ring collision and was KO'd in the process. The bout was stopped at 3:58 and declared a "No Contest" while the woozy official was being assisted to the back for medical attention.

2. Brickhouse Brown and "Cuban Hitman" Gustavo Mendoza were both counted out at 5:35. Mendoza was seconded by David "Fidel" Sierra whose presence at ringside proved to be a major distraction for Brown. Sierra was not shy about jumping in to lend a hand to his fellow countryman when the action moved to the floor. He and Mendoza put a double team beatdown on Brickhouse OOR, but Referee Tommy Gilbert's ten count had already expired before the Cuban Hitman could roll himself back inside the ring.

3. Veteran Art Crews was jumped from behind by his opponent Ted Dibiase while handing his ring jacket to an attendant prior to the opening bell. Crews sustained 100 points worth of damage and never seemed to get himself on track once the match officially got under way. "Timekeeper" Mike George watched intently from Dibiase's corner while his tag team partner thoroughly dismantled Crews. A patented Falling Punch to the jaw could have probably gained the pinfall in itself, but Dibiase then chose to send his opponent to the ropes for a huge Powerslam to put Crews away for the three count at 4:01.

4. Tulsa, Oklahoma's own Steve Cox brought the fans to their feet with a huge win over the First Family of Professional Wrestling's Terry Taylor at 8:16. Taylor is truly hated in the UWF ever since turning heel on "Gentleman" Chris Adams and joining forces with UWF TV Champ "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt. He drew tremendous heat at The Myriad which made the youngster's victory all the more sweeter. Cox, who is the protégé of UWF Champion Steve "Dr. Death" Williams, had to overcome endless distractions and numerous cheap shots from Eddie Gilbert throughout the contest. It seemed only appropriate that "Hot Stuff" himself would figure into the bout's conclusion. Gilbert was perched on the apron and jawing with the fans when Cox Atomic Dropped Terry Taylor right into him. Gilbert crashed to the floor while Taylor staggered back from the collision and was caught in a Back Roll Press for the 1-2-3.

5. Michael P.S. Hayes (w/ Buddy Roberts & Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy) took on Bad, Bad Leroy Brown (w/ The One Man Gang, Eli the Eliminator & General Skandor Akbar) in the latest chapter of the bitter feud between the Fabulous Freebirds and Devastation Incorporated. Despite Referee Tommy Gilbert's repeated attempts to keep all the parties OOR at bay, this one seemed destined to erupt into chaos at any given moment. All it took was for Akbar to reach into the ring and trip Hayes to light the powder keg. The ring quickly filled with the allies of both grapplers who went at it hot and heavy in a wild donnybrook. The official threw the match out at 7:02 and declared it a Double Disqualification.

6. "Gentleman" Chris Adams & Sting teamed up to face the Mad Russians (Vladimir Petrov & Kortsia Korchenko) in a tag team Main Event Grudge Match. Sting immediately got the fans into it by starting a "U.S.A.!" chant to give his team a nice bonus. With tempers running hot, it was not uncommon to have three or four grapplers battling in the ring at one time. Referee Alfred Neely had a great deal of difficulty maintaining order and keeping track of who the legal men were. The action eventually spilled out onto the floor where Petrov accidentally KO'd his own partner with their Russian Chain after Chris Adams ducked at the last second. Try as he may to revive Korchenko, Petrov could not get him back inside the ring in time to make Neely's ten count. Your winners via Count Out at 11:32 - "Gentleman" Chris Adams & Sting.
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO. Att: 3,631.

Commentators: Jim Ross & "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Ring Announcer: Reesor Bowden
Referees: Carl Fergie, Ron West & Tony Torres

1. Determined to get his name in the win column at any cost, Mike Boyette ambushed his opponent "Missouri Tiger" Jeff Gaylord with a chair shot to the back during an interview with Joe Bryan prior to their bout. Gaylord sustained 250 points worth of damage from the attack, but persevered nonetheless. A Missile Drop Kick from the top rope put Boyette down for the three count at 8:15.

2. "Gorgeous" Gary Young over veteran Ricky Gibson at 9:20. Young drew a nice bonus of heel points for ripping up a youngster's card board sign as he made his way down the aisle for the match introductions. Gibson proved to be a handful and nearly pinned the Gorgeous One with a Backslide while Young was arguing with Referee Ron West over an alleged slow count. A telegraphed Back Body Drop proved to be Ricky's undoing, however. Young caught him with his head and planted Gibson with a Swinging Neckbreaker to set up the finish. A Knee Drop from the top rope soon followed to seal the victory.

3. Despite having some communication problems with his handler Friday, the Ugandan Giant Kamala went on to defeat "UWF Rookie of the Year" Shane Douglas at 9:27. Howling at the lights and slapping his belly, Kamala stomped around the ring completely oblivious to Friday's instructions. Douglas was able to take advantage of the breakdown and utilize his speed quite effectively. A pair of Drop Kicks had the Ugandan Giant reeling, however Shane was caught in mid air on a Flying Cross Body Press attempt and planted into the mat with a thunderous Body Slam. Kamala then landed a Diving Splash off the 2nd rope to gain the winning pinfall.

4. Sam Houston over Vladimir Petrov (w/ Russian Chain & Tag Team Partner Kortsia Korchenko) in an unusual ending at 3:12. Petrov suffered what appeared to be a legit injury after jamming his knee into the turnbuckle on a missed corner charge. Referee Carl Fergie immediately checked on the Russian powerhouse who insisted that he was alright. It soon became obvious to everyone including the official that the hobbling Petrov was unable to apply pressure on his injured leg. Fergie stopped the bout and awarded the decision to Houston. Korchenko assisted his comrade to the back for medical attention.

5. UWF TV Title Match. The First Family of Professional Wrestling's "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert successfully defended his crown against challenger Chavo Guerrero in our fifth contest. Terry Taylor (in a snappy suit and sunglasses) and "First Lady" Missy Hyatt accompanied Gilbert to the ring and stuck around once the action got under way to give him a decided advantage. The vastly outnumbered Chavo needed eyes in the back of his head to combat all the outside interference. Things only got worse for the challenger when Hot Stuff took the battle to the floor. Guerrero was hit from behind with Missy's loaded Gucci Purse "The Lady in Waiting" while Terry Taylor kept Referee Ron West preoccupied. Chavo was unable to recover from the blow and was counted out by the official at 5:44. Eddie Gilbert retains the UWF Televison Championship.

6. "Time Keeper" Mike George likes to predict how long it will take him to defeat his opponents. This evening, he sized up his adversary "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, rubbed his chin in a moment of thoughtful reflection, scowled, and then boldly stated over the house mic, "I will beat this man in 8 minutes or less." Well, the match ended at 7:55, but it was Duggan who was declared the winner after Hacksaw was clocked (literally) by his foe. Frustrated by his inability to put Hacksaw away, George smashed Duggan in the head with the wall clock that he brought to ringside with him. Referee Tony Torres wasted no time in calling for the disqualification.

7. Referee Carl Fergie had the unenviable task of officiating the 6-Man Tag Team Main Event pitting General Skandor Akbar's Devastation Incorporated (Bad Leroy Brown, the One Man Gang & Eli the Eliminator) against the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes, Buddy Roberts & Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy). Despite Fergie's best efforts, this one unraveled into a free-for-all on the floor with all six participants battling around ringside. Amidst all the mayhem, Eli managed to roll himself back inside the ring in the nick of time to beat Fergie's ten count, but Roberts was prevented from doing likewise when Akbar grabbed onto the Freebird's foot to keep him OOR. Your winners via Count Out at 14:25 - Devastation Incorporated.
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) – Hirsch Coliseum, Shreveport, LA. Att: 3,352.

Commentators: Jim Ross & Magnum TA
Ring Announcer: "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Referees: Alfred Neely, Tommy Gilbert & Edward Faulk

1. Brett Sawyer normally prefers to wrestle in a scientific manner, but all that changed this evening when a pre-match interview with Joe Bryan was rudely interrupted by his opponent “The Cuban Hitman” Gustavo Mendoza. Sawyer showed his rough side and let his fists do the talking once the opening bell sounded. Looking for a brief respite from the barrage, Mendoza tossed his adversary out of the ring, but the strategy would ultimately backfire. Sawyer returned with a Sunset Flip back into the ring from the apron to pin the Cuban Hitman at 4:00.

2. Jeff “Rattlesnake“ Raitz is a bit green when it comes to cutting a good promo. Raitz lost valuable points when he mumbled and stumbled his way through an interview spot with Joe Bryan prior to his bout with the Angel of Death. Despite putting himself in a hole at the onset, the Rattlesnake proved to be quite a test for his foe until he tried to go up top for a high risk maneuver. The Angel caught him half way up and planted Raitz with a Samoan Drop from the 2nd rope for the winning pinfall at 8:34.

3. Devastation Incorporated’s newest member the Super Ninja (w/ General Skandor Akbar) drew some big time heat as he made his way down the aisle to face “White Lightning” Tim Hoerner. Clad in black from head to toe, the Ninja unleashed his repertoire of martial arts nerve holds, kicks and karate chops but was unable to put his feisty opponent away. Frustrated by Hoerner’s endless kick outs , the mysterious masked man from the Orient turned to lambaste Referee Edward Faulk for a slow count and was rolled up from behind for the pin at 3:56. Your winner – Tim Hoerner !

4. Representing the First Family of Professional Wrestling, Terry Taylor & Rick Steiner (w/ UWF TV Champion “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert & “First Lady” Missy Hyatt) defeated the Jive Tones (Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr.) at 5:35. Steiner & Taylor can credit the shady Gilbert for this victory. Eddie snuck into a ring full of chaos and laid out Tiger Conway Jr. with his Hot Shot while Referee Alfred Neely’s back was turned. The official finally turned around to find Taylor making the cover and counted the 1-2-3.

5. Eli the Eliminator of Devastation Incorporated (w/ General Skandor Akbar) over Savannah Jack by DQ at 5:56. In what was easily the highlight of the match, Akbar was knocked off the apron by a Savannah Super Kick to the mush and tumbled hard to the floor. Eli wasn’t faring much better than his manager, but still had the presence of mind to deliberately send Jack into Referee Tommy Gilbert. The dazed official had not see Eli’s reprehensible participation in the foul and disqualified Jack despite Savannah’s protests to the contrary.

6. In a “Number One Contender’s Match”, Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy defeated “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan by way of Count Out at 19:10. Outside Interference turned out to be the deciding factor as Gordy’s fellow Freebird Michael P.S. Hayes absolutely leveled Duggan from behind with a smash from Hacksaw’s own 2 x 4 during OOR action leading to the Count Out. Gordy will face UWF Champion Steve “Dr. Death” Williams for the Title next week in Muskogee, OK.

7. The Tag Team Championship Main Event was another amazing battle between the challengers, the Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams) and the defending champs, the Fantastics (Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton). The Fantastics were well on their way to retaining their belts when Fulton connected with the Rocket Launcher (Assisted Diving Splash from the top rope) onto Cousin Luke, but Referee Alfred Neely was knocked to the canvas in the process. Butch Miller used the opportunity to race in and smash Bobby in the back of the head with the Sheepherder’s New Zealand Flagpole. The woozy official shook out the cobwebs to find Williams now on top of the KO’d Fulton and counted the winning pin at 11:08. The Sheepherders are the Neeeeeeeeewwwwwwww UWF Tag Team Champions !
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Halenbeck Hall, St. Cloud, MN. Att: 2,145.

Commentators: Larry Nelson & “Dapper” Dave Prill
Ring Announcer: Donna Gagne
Referees: Gary DeRusha, Larry Lisowski & “Bench Warmer” Bob Lurtsema

1.The Milkman Delivers ! Jake “The Milkman” Milliman was warmly received and thanked the fans over the house mic for their support. The extra points he earned in the process came in mighty handy against his opponent Pete Sanchez. Milliman was able to side step a corner charge and plant the dazed Sanchez with a Powerslam for the winning pinfall at 4:16.

2. Teijo Khan (w/ Soldad Ustinov) over “Top Gun” Ricky Rice (w/ Jon Paul Demann) via DQ at 7:32. There was as much action on the floor with the respective cornermen as there was inside the ring. As a result, Referee Larry Lisowski’s attention was constantly diverted. Khan took advantage of the situation by sending Rice crashing into the official while Lisowski’s back was turned. Thinking Ricky’s bump was intentional, the Ref wasted no time in calling for the bell and awarding the bout to Khan.

3. “Olympian” Brad Rheigans over “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers at 5:10. Somers was accompanied to the ring by “Playboy” Buddy Rose & “Sensational” Sherri Martel. The trio drew tremendous heat to help bolster Somers’ points total. Rose’s presence at ringside would ultimately backfire on the Pretty Boy, however. Somers was sent crashing into him when the Playboy climbed up onto the apron to interfere and staggered backward into a Bridging Belly to Back Suplex from Rheigans for the 1-2-3.

4. “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin defeated Anthony “Earthquake” Ferris via Count Out at 6:17. Ring Announcer Donna Gagne was berated by Garvin’s valet Precious during the match introductions to give Gorgeous Jimmy some extra points to work with. Precious would also figure prominently in the bout’s outcome. Ferris was spayed in the face with the valet’s can of aerosol during OOR action and was unable to make Referee Gary DeRusha’s ten count.

5. Nord the Barbarian (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over “Polish Prince’ Steve Olsonoski at 6:42. A miscue by El-Kaisee nearly cost his man the match. The devious manager attempted to toss brass knucks into the ring for Nord to use after Referee Larry Lisowski had been spilled to the canvas, however they were intercepted by Steve O instead. The quick thinking Sheik earned his keep by demanding that the woozy Lisowski check Olsonoski’s hand for a weapon. Sure enough, the Polish Prince was caught holding the knuckle dusters prompting the official to disqualify him and declare Nord the winner.

6. The team of Nick Kiniski & “Mr. Magnificent” Kevin Kelly defeated “High Flyer” Greg Gagne and his partner Curt Hennig by Count Out at 10:12. Kelly took advantage of a distraction by Madusa Micelli and ran Hennig head-first into the ring post OOR while the valet was arguing with Referee Bob Lurtsema. Hennig was busted open and staggered around ringside in a daze. Greg Gagne was able to help his partner get back in the ring, but it was not in time to make Lurtsema’s ten count.

7. “America’s Hero” Sergeant Slaughter squared off with “Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko in tonight’s Main Event. Zbyszko’s personal bodyguard Mr. Go was a menace during this bout with his constant interference. Slaughter finally had enough and bailed from the ring to give the Ninja his comeuppance. Zbyszko could have had himself a count out victory had he opted stayed put in the ring, but chose to help Mr. Go double team the Sarge on the floor. Brad Rheingans quickly raced down to ringside to even the odds in the tussle. As a result of the melee, both grapplers missed Referee Gary DeRusha’s count at 19:09.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80’s) - Tropicana Hotel Casino, Atlantic City, NJ. Att: 3,518.

Announcers: Ken Resnick & “Dapper” Dave Prill
Ring Announcer: “Slick” Mick Karch
Referees: Marty Miller, Tom “Rocky” Stone & Scott Ledoux

1. ”Rugged” Rick Gantner lost to “Jamming” Mitch Snow in our opening contest. Snow was clearly distracted by the presence of “Mr. Electricity” Steve Regal who was being interviewed by Ken Resnick at ringside. Gantner was initially able to capitalize on the diversion, but lost the advantage when his Flying Knee Drop found nothing but canvas. Rugged Rick was just getting back to his feet when he sustained the Jam Slam (Hip Toss Slam) for the winning pinfall at 5:53.

2. Mr. Saito over “Beach Boy” Sonny Rogers at 4:03. Sporting a dark California tan and flowing golden locks, Rogers brought a surf board with him to ringside during his entrance but failed to fire up the indifferent crowd. The methodical Saito was in command from the onset and nearly induced a submission with a Scorpion Leglock, but Rogers managed to reach the safety of the ropes to break the hold. The Beach Boy was not so fortunate, however, after falling victim to the Saito Suplex. Referee Rocky Stone counted the 1-2-3 to give Saito the victory.

3. “Mr. Electricity” Steve Regal beat D.J. Peterson in an Unusual Ending. Peterson injured himself while attempting to leap frog over his opponent while Regal was rebounding off the ropes. D.J. landed awkwardly on his left ankle and could not apply pressure on the injured foot thereafter. Referee Scott Ledoux immediately checked on Peterson and deemed him unable to continue at 9:47. Mr. Electricity was awarded the decision with D.J. being assisted to the back for medical attention.

4.The Top Guns (Ricky Rice & Jon Paul DeMann) defeated Soldad Ustinov & Teijo Khan via DQ at 5:17. Both teams earned some bonus points with rolls on their modifiers (the Top Guns for Technical Skills and their opponents for Size). Referee Marty Miller caught an unintentional haymaker to the jaw courtesy of the big Russian Ustinov when Jon Paul DeMann ducked at the last instant. Miller went down like a ton of bricks but still had the wherewithal to signal for the bell.

5. King Tonga (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) was disqualified against Big Scott Hall at 4:38. Hall bolstered his points total with both a brilliant pre-match promo and a roll on his Strength modifier. Losing badly in the contest, Tonga took the battle to the floor where he ran Hall head-first into the ring post. Referee Rocky Stone saw the flagrant infraction and wasted no time in calling for the DQ.

6. “Playboy” Buddy Rose (w/ “Sensational” Sherri Martel) over Crusher Jerry Blackwell via Count Out at 8:35. As always, Rose took exception to being introduced as weighing 271 lbs and corrected Mick Karch’s announcement with his customary “217 lbs”. In contrast, Blackwell seemed proud of his 472 lb frame and sent the Playboy flying through the ropes and crashing hard to the floor below with a Standing Drop Kick from behind. Sherri Martel’s interference would be the story of this match and draw the wrath of Crusher. “The Mountain from Stone Mountain, GA” finally had enough when Sherri saved Rose from a pinning predicament by placing the Playboy’s foot on the bottom rope to break up the three count following a Big Splash. Blackwell bailed from the ring and was chasing after Martel when Rose came to his valet’s rescue. Crusher sustained the Las Vegas Jackpot (DDT) on the floor and was unable to make Referee Scott Ledoux’ ten count.

7. AWA World Champion Rick Martel successfully retained his title with a victory over Stan “The Lariat” Hansen in the Main Event. Hansen got the early jump by attacking the champ from behind while Martel was handing his championship belt to Referee Marty Miller during the match introductions. Martel was able to offset the damage, however, by rolling on his Speed modifier. While he preferred to be in a slugfest, Hansen found himself coming up on the short end of the stick in a largely scientific bout. The big Texan was in a heap of trouble when he became trapped in the champ’s Quebec (Boston) Crab, but Colonel Debeers came out of no where to attack Martel from behind with his swagger stick and draw the disqualification on the challenger at 17:52. Hansen did not take kindly to the interference and ran off Debeers much to the delight of the fans.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80’s) - Showboat Sports Pavilion, Las Vegas, NV. Att: 4,642.

Commentators: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: “Dapper” Dave Prill
Referees: Gary DeRusha, Larry Lisowski & Robert Warren

1.The Milkman delivers again ! Jake “The Milkman” Milliman won his third consecutive bout with a victory over Tony Leone in our opening contest despite lackluster crowd support. The fans may have been sitting on their hands during Jake’s match introduction, but they were certainly cheering when the Milkman pinned his adversary with a Powerslam at 3:34. Can the Milliman keep his winning streak going ? Stay tuned !

2. Soldad Ustinov defeated “Top Gun” Jon Paul Demann at 4:19. The big Russian managed to slip a small chain past Referee Larry Lisowski’s detection during a pre-match pat down. This chicanery played a pivotal role in the outcome of the match. Demann was in the process of delivering a Belly to Back Suplex when Ustinov clocked him in the forehead with his foreign object and scored the tainted three count.

3. Ustinov’s buddy Teijo Khan also won in dubious fashion in the next match against Demann’s Top Guns tag team partner Ricky Rice. Khan earned himself a nice bonus of heel points by flipping off the crowd after being introduced by Ring Announcer Dave Prill. Nevertheless, Rice and had things going his way until the action moved to the floor. Teijo delivered a Low Blow as the two battled around ringside resulting in the Top Gun being counted out by Referee Robert Warren at 5:04.

4. Nord the Barbarian (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over the popular Anthony “Earthquake” Ferris at 4:41. Big Anthony was using his bulk quite effectively with some crushing corner avalanches, but may have gone to the well once too often. Nord managed to raise a boot on a subsequent corner charge and caught Ferris flush on the chin. The Barbarian then hopped up to the 2nd rope and finished the dazed Earthquake off with a Flying Leg Drop.

5. Controversy marred a terrific match pitting Tommy “Jumbo” Tsuruta against “Mr. Magnificent” Kevin Kelly. Referee Larry Lisowski was KO’d in this contest after Tsuruta ducked his adversary’s Running Clotheline attempt leaving the official in the way to take the full brunt of the blow instead. Mr. Magnificent then sustained a Bridging Back Suplex from Jumbo, but Lisowki was still incapitiated and unable to count the pin. Tommy was trying to help the ref get back to his feet when he was suddenly rolled up from behind by Kelly. Referee Robert Warren raced into the ring and counted the 1-2-3 to give Mr. Magnifient the victory at 12:51.

6. “Olympian” Brad Rheingans & “Polish Prince” Steve Olsonoski over the tandem of “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin & “Mr. Electricity” Steve Regal via DQ at 8:36. A little Do-Si-Do in the ring thwarted Regal and Garvin’s attempt to whip their opponents into one another from opposite corners of the ring. Steve O then hoisted Gorgeous Jimmy up onto his shoulders for his patented Airplane Spin finisher prompting Garvin’s valet Precious to spray the Polish Prince in the face with her can of air freshner aerosol. Referee Robert Warren saw the foul and wasted no time in calling for the disquailifcation.

7. Tonight’s Main Event featured a Grudge Match between Stan “The Lariat” Hansen against “The Mercenary from South Africa” Colonel Debeers. (Hansen demanded this match from AWA Commissioner Stanley Blackburn after Debeers cost him a DQ loss against Champion Rick Martel last week in Atlantic City.) Wrestling holds were hard to come by in this wild brawl. Referee Gary DeRusha exercised a lot of leeway to help determine a winner, but had no choice but to disqualify both men at 10:53 when folding chairs and the Colonel’s Swagger Stick were brought into the melee.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80’s) - Taylor Arena, Rochester, MN. Att: 4,706.

Commentators: Lee Marshall & “Dapper” Dave Prill
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Marty Miller, Scott Ledoux & Jim Bunning

1. ”Beach Boy” Sonny Rogers over ”Slick” Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) via Count Out at 5:30. Sonny got off to a rocky start and received a boot to the midsection after falling for Kiniski’s bogus handshake to kick things off. Little did we know that help was on the way for the Beach Boy in the form of the diminutive Jake “Milkman” Milliman ! The Milkman, who is feeling his oats these days after running off a string of three consecutive victories, came down to ringside and challenged Slick Nick to a match next week. Kiniski got into a heated confrontation with Milliman on the floor and completely lost track of Referee Marty Miller’s ten count. Madusa implored her man to get himself back inside the ring but Nick was too late to make the count.

2. “The Mercenary from South Africa” Colonel Debeers defeated “California Kid” Tommy Jammer at 6:39. Jammer borrowed the house mic after Al DeRusha’s match introductions to thank the crowd for their warm reception and picked up some bonus points in the process. Jammer also added to his total with a roll on his Speed Modifier, but the rugged Debeers prevailed in the end. The Champion of Apartheid used a low kick to the groin to set the California Kid up for his South African Facebuster enroute to victory.

3. Some fickle fans in Rochester boo’d Curt Hennig as the native of Robbinsdale, Minnesota made his way down the aisle to take on Dennis Stamp. Undaunted by the lack of crowd support (and loss of points), Hennig made quick work of the veteran from Amarillo, Texas. Curt stunned his opponent with a crushing Belly to Back Suplex before finishing Stamp off with a Missile Drop Kick from the top rope at 2:53.

4. The Pretty Playboys (“Playboy” Buddy Rose & “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers w/ “Sensational” Sherri Martel) beat the duo of “Jamming” Mitch Snow & Anthony “Earthquake” Ferris at 8:35. The Playboys know how to draw the heat and succeeded in riling up the crowd with a boisterous entrance to earn themselves extra heel points. The always entertaining Buddy Rose sported a T-Shirt that read “Lean Mean Fighting Machine” and needed some help from Sherri in removing it from his 271lb rotund frame much to the amusement of the fans. By far the more experienced team, Rose & Somers used quick tags in and out to wear down Ferris and prevent him from reaching his corner. Anthony sustained a Double Team Suplex before going down for the count to the Playboy’s Las Vegas Jackpot DDT.

5. “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin (w/ valet Precious) over “Olympian” Brad Rheingans via Count Out in a terrific match at 8:42. Garvin has excellent mic skills and cut a brilliant promo with Lee Marshall prior to the bell. Overcome by the aerosol air freshner that Precious was liberally spraying around the interview set, Marshall ended the segment a tad prematurally, but not before Gorgeous Jimmy refused to accept responsibility for being “the best looking wrestler in the world”. A roll on his Cheating Modifier helped pave the way to victory for Garvin. Rheingans was choked out on the floor by Jimmy with Al DeRusha’s microphone cord while Precious argued with Referee Scott Ledoux. Gasping for breath and crawling on his hands and knees, Brad tried to drag himself back inside the ring but it was not in time to make the official’s ten count.

6. AWA Television Championship Match. Challenger Boris Zhukov (w/ manager Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over defending Champion “High Flyer” Greg Gagne by Referee’s Decision at 6:17. Zhukov managed to slip a foreign object past Referee Jim Bunning’s detection during a pre-match pat down and used the weapon to open a deep gash across Gagne’s forehead during the action. The champion bled profusely from the cut, so much so that Bunning, upon examing the wound, stopped the bout and declared Gagne unable to continue. Zhukov was declared the winner with Gagne retaining the AWA TV Title.

7. The Main Event featured a 16 Man Over-The-Top-Rope Battle Royal with the winner receiving a check for $10,000 from AWA Commisioner Stanley Blackburn as well as a title match against AWA World Champion Rick Martel next week at the Minneapolis Auditorium. The participants included “Jamming” Mitch Snow, Boris Zhukov, Dennis Stamp, Jake “The Milkman” Milliman, “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers, Curt Hennig, “California Kid” Tommy Jammer, “The Z Man” Tom Zenk (substituting for “High Flyer” Greg Gagne), Nick Kiniski, “Olympian” Brad Rheingans, “The Mercenary from South Africa” Colonel Debeers, “Beach Boy” Sonny Rogers, “Playboy” Buddy Rose, Anthony “Earthquake” Ferris, Stan “The Lariat” Hansen & “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin.

Order of elimination: Dennis Stamp by Curt Hennig, Sonny Rogers by Nick Kiniski, Tom Zenk by a Doug Somers/Buddy Rose Double Team, Stan Hansen by Colonel Debeers when Debeers pulled the top rope down after Jake Milliman ducked Hansen’s Running Lariat, Boris Zhukov by Brad Rheingans, Jimmy Garvin by Tommy Jammer when Garvin was Drop Kicked from behind while playing to the crowd and mussing with his hair, Anthony Ferris by Colonel Debeers, Mitch Snow by Buddy Rose, Buddy Rose by Brad Rheingans while Rose was taking a bow for eliminating Snow, Nick Kiniski by Jake Milliman, Tommy Jammer by Colonel Debeers, Doug Somers by Curt Hennig after the eliminated Buddy Rose errantly clocked Somers with a foreign object, Colonel Debeers by Brad Rheingans (big pop from the crowd on that one), Jake Milliman by Curt Hennig (more boos for Hennig) and Brad Rheingans by Curt Hennig. Your winner of the Battle Royal at 30:17 – Curt Hennig.

After being announced as the winner of the Battle Royal, Hennig shouted to the fans :

“How do you like me now ??”

Hennig then made a hand gesture before storming off with his check from Stanley Blackburn. Some in attendance said it was the sign for the Axe (the famous Hennig family finisher). Others insist that Hennig flipped off the crowd. Either way, Curt will get his AWA title match against Rick Martel in next week’s Main Event.
WWF Monday Night RAW Results (Attitude Era Circa Late 90's) - Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, NJ

Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler

Interviews: Michael Cole

Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel

Referees: Mike Sparks, Chad Patton & Jim Korderas

Backstage Segment - "A Tale of Two Promos"

Jim Cornette did what he does best and that is to run his mouth. The manager of the New Midnight Express did all the talking for "Bodacious" Bart Gunn and he did it well enough to earn his man an extra 50 points to work with against Al Snow in tonight's opening contest. On the flip side, Snow had barely begun his promo when he was interrupted by an old nemesis. "A Real Man's Man" Steven Regal, whom Snow lost a Hardcore Match to several weeks ago on RAW, wandered onto the set and reminded Al of his victory during their encounter. The Real Man's Man wasn't done playing his mind games just yet. He also said that he had "an unpleasant surprise" for his adversary and that Snow would understand "soon enough" as to what it was. Regal's shenanigans cost Al 50 points this evening.

1. Al Snow (w/out "Head" ) vs. "Bodacious" Bart Gunn (w/ "Bombastic" Bob Holly & Jim Cornette)

Snow's "What does everybody want ?" intro brought the fans to their feet, but if failed to bring Al to the ring. The fans chanted "We want Head !" We want Head !" until a frantic and flustered Snow finally emerged from behind the curtain without his famous mannequin noggin. Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler immediately speculated as to what had happened to it. One thing was certain, Snow was out of sorts and clearly preoccupied by Head's mysterious disappearance. In the meantime, Gunn capitalized on his confounded counterpart's misfortune and controlled the bout from the onset. Alas, the solution to the riddle was provided when Steven Regal walked down to ringside with "Head" in hand and returned his contraband to Snow by walloping him in the jaw with it. Referee Mike Sparks, who had been engaged in a heated argument with Jim Cornette just moments previous, turned around to find Bodacious Bart making the cover on his KO'd opponent and counted the pin at 6:26. After the bell, Snow shook out the cobwebs, realigned his jaw and rejoiced to find his beloved missing mannequin head lying in the ring looking none the worse for wear.

Backstage Segment - "ECW Contract Signing"

Taz, Sabu and the Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley) are signing their contracts to participate in the Bad Blood pay-per-view next week. Paul Heyman gives them a pep talk and reminds them that they are not only representing their federation in general, but that they're also fighting for each and every wrestler in the ECW locker room. Heyman pauses thoughtfully and adds that they should consider it an honor to have been chosen to be in this event and that they may, in effect, be auditioning for Vince McMahon to earn a possible spot on the WWF roster somewhere down the road. The wrestlers look at one another as if the thought had never occurred to them before. Heyman points out that Cactus Jack, Chainsaw Charlie, Al Snow, Scorpio and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin among others had all been in ECW before going to the WWF. Sabu shakes his head and says, "Never !" Heyman pats him on the back and says, "Never say never, Terry."

2. L.O.D. 2000 (Hawk & Animal) w/ Sunny vs. the New Blackjacks (Bradshaw & Windham)

Sunny grabbed the spotlight (and apparently Mr. McMahon's eye) by wearing a skimpy outfit that barely covered anything at all. The smitten CEO declared that she would be the Guest Referee for the WWF Tag Team Title Match pitting Southern Justice against the Headbangers at the Bad Blood pay-per-view if L.O.D. 2000 were successful in defeated the New Blackjacks here tonight. Southern Justice's manager Tennessee Lee didn't like the sound of that one bit and plotted with his tag team backstage on how to foil McMahon's plan. Their scheme would ultimately come to fruition once Referee Chad Patton had been spilled to the canvas. Mark Canterbury and Dennis Knight raced down the aisle, flattened Animal with a chair shot and then laid out Hawk with a double team Problem Solver (the old Godwinn Inverted DDT Slop Drop). Patton recovered to find Bradshaw making the cover on Hawk and counted the pin at 7:22. Mr. McMahon had his heart set on seeing Sunny at Bad Blood. Needless to say, he was not pleased with the outcome of this contest.

Ringside Segment - "Sibling Rivalry"

Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler take a pause from the action to hype the upcoming Bad Blood pay-per-view. JR says it's altogether fitting and appropriate for this event to be called "Bad Blood" because each and every match on the card is fueled by it. They focus on the Ken Shamrock/Taz contest in particular. JR reminds us that Shamrock's little sister Ryan has stated that she will be in Taz's corner and will no doubt do anything within her power to see to it that her brother loses. The King says that the Shamrocks are the most dysfunctional family in the WWF. He says that Ryan and Ken make a normal sibling rivalry look like "a walk in the park" compared to the animosity that they hold for one another. JR expounds upon the conflict between them. He tells us how Ryan followed Ken into the wrestling business against his wishes and became the valet for former porn star Val Venis just to spite her big brother. Lawler and JR then discuss the feud between Val Venis and Ken Shamrock which culminated in a "I Quit" Match at the Judgment Day pay-per-view. They end the discussion by speculating as to what impact Ryan's presence at Bad Blood will have upon the outcome of her brother's match.

3. Duane Gill vs. Mr. McMahon ??

Perhaps looking to blow off some steam after L.O.D. 2000's loss in the previous match, an irate Mr. McMahon told his corporate cronies Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco to find "the toughest man in wrestling" to face him this evening as a "tune up" for his First Blood Match against the Jackyl at Bad Blood. One could imagine his surprise when the Boss found Duane Gill standing across the ring from him in the opposite corner. "I told them Goldberg !" Patterson insisted, "But they must have thought that I had said Gillberg instead ?" (Of course, Patterson knew exactly what he was doing and hoped to boost the CEO's confidence by letting him maul the hapless Gill instead). Ah, "the best laid plans of mice and men" .... Gillberg proved to be anything but a pushover and gave the Boss all he could handle instead. He even defied Mr. McMahon's direct order and refused to "take a dive" and lie down for the three count. Patterson and Brisco had to come up with something quick to right the ship. A double Low Blow OOR from the two stooges was good enough to cause Gill to be counted out at 6:34 and give McMahon the victory.

Backstage Segment - "Bite the Bullet"

The Jackyl discusses his First Blood Match against Vince McMahon at Bad Blood with his Truth Commission stable of Recon, Sniper and Kurrgan the Interrogator. Sniper tries to reason with him and says, "You can't go through with this. There's got to be another way, boss !" The Jackyl shakes his head and answers, "This will work. It's extreme, but it'll work. You've got to trust me." He nods to Kurrgan and then bites down hard on a rolled up towel. "I can't do it," the Interrogator says. The Jackyl grabs the towel from his mouth and shouts, "I said do it, dammit !!" Kurrgan relents and waits for he Jackyl to bite down on the towel again. The Interrogator lifts a hammer over his head and then bring it down hard. We then hear a muffled groan of pain and agony.

4. Chainz of the Disciples of the Apocalypse vs. WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Boss Man (w/ black S.W.A.T. team attire)

The Boss Man's Hardcore Title is not on the line. Mr. McMahon was feeling his oats tonight ! The CEO once again asserted himself by coming out at the last minute and changing the stipulations of this contest to that of a Table Match. That being said, there are no pinfalls, disqualifications, count outs or submissions. The match is simply won by being the first to put your opponent through a table. The amendment seemed to play right into the Boss Man's hands. (Perhaps it was designed to. The former prison guard is, after all, McMahon's personal bodyguard.) Bolstered by 50 Table Modifier points, the Boss Man was a heavy favorite to win this one, but Test had other ideas. No doubt looking for a little revenge after the Boss Man cost him a loss against Tom Brandi with a nightstick smash on Sunday Night Heat last week, Test jumped the Hardcore Champ from behind during The Boss Man's ring entrance to inflict 200 points worth of damage. More importantly, he dazed his adversary with a trash can smash during the match after Referee Mike Sparks had been bumped to the canvas. Chainz (aka Brian Lee) capitalized on the outside interference by grabbing his woozy opponent by the throat and Chokeslamming him through a table for the victory at 9:27.

Sable Playboy Promo

Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler hawk the latest issue of Playboy which features WWF diva Sable. The King has a copy of the magazine at the announcers' table. He starts flipping through the pages and oogling at the photos. JR tries to hold it up so that the folks at home can get a look at the cover, but Lawler grabs it out of his hands. "This is my copy, JR ! Go get your own !" The promo ends with a close-up of the cover and the caption "On sale now at news stands everywhere!"

5. Fatal Four Way Ladies Championship Match - Champion "Ninth Wonder of the World" Chyna of D-Generation X vs. Sable vs. Luna Vachon vs. Ivory

Chyna has proven to be nearly unbeatable in one-on-one competition, however tonight's title defense is a completely different animal. How will she fare with having to face three opponent's at once ? And, keep in mind, she can lose the championship without even being pinned or submitting ! Things got off to a bang when Ivory was eliminated before the match even officially began. She was jumped from behind during her entrance by a previously unknown female assailant who then camped herself out in Sable's corner. In the blink of an eye, our Fatal Four Way had suddenly become a Triple Threat Championship Match instead. The mystery woman would strike again, literally, and her actions this time would determine the winner of the contest. The ruffian clobbered Luna Vachon with the Ladies Championship Belt enabling Sable to score the winning three count on her at 11:07. Your winner and neeeewwwwwwwwwwww WWF Ladies Champion - Sable !

In a post-match interview with Michael Cole, a very ungracious and condescending Sable revealed the identity of the brute in her corner to be that of her personal "enforcer" Nicole Bass. When asked why she felt that she needed to have Bass with her, Sable responded that the additional security was warranted and necessary due to the celebrity status she has gained from her nude pictorial in the recent issue of Playboy. Sable also took the opportunity to inform any would-be-autograph seekers that she would be charging $10 per signature going forward.

6. Cactus Jack (w/ Chainsaw Charlie) vs. Jeff Jarrett (w/ Guitar and Tennessee Lee)

Jarrett took exception to Chainsaw Charlie's presence at ringside and demanded that Referee Jim Korderas order him to return to the back after the match introductions. The official declined, stating that if Charlie had to leave, then Tennessee Lee would have to go as well. Nevertheless, a precedent had been set. The annoying Jarrett continued to argue and protest every trivial facet of the match with Korderas. Given the outcome of the bout, one can't help but wonder if it was all an elaborate setup. Tennessee Lee used one such verbal confrontation to sneak into the ring and clobber Cactus with a guitar smash leading to a Jarrett pinfall at 7:29.

Backstage Segment - "Injury Update"

Michael Cole disclosed that Ivory had suffered bruised ribs as a result of the attack by Nicole Bass during her entrance for the Fatal Four Way Ladies Championship Match earlier this evening. He added that Ivory was expected to be sidelined for two weeks. Cole also provided and update on Hunter Hearst Helmsley's hyperextended knee injury and said that he was responding well to treatment. Helmsley is on crutches and is expected to return in time for the Royal Rumble in February. Triple H claims that the injury was intentionally caused by Owen Hart and his Sharpshooter; an accusation that Hart emphatically denies.

7. Nation of Domination Challenge Match - WWF Intercontinental Champion the Rock & the Godfather (w/ Entourage of "Hos" ) vs. Faarooq & D'Lo Brown (w/ "The Strongest Man in the World" Mark Henry)

Judging by the crowd reaction, it soon became obvious as to which half of the Nation of Domination the fans were siding with. Faarooq, Brown and Henry were soundly boo'd during their entrance. Not withstanding, the trio seemed to bask in their heel status and gladly accepted the 125 bonus points that were added to Faarooq and D'Lo's score. Prior to the match, the Rock & Godfather cut a colorful and humerous promo along with the Pimp Daddy's ladies of the evening to increase their total by 50 points and carried the good vibe onto victory. The Rock pinned D'Lo with the People's Elbow at 8:45 much to the delight of the fans. After the bell, the Godfather and Brahma Bull celebrated their win by dancing in the ring with the Pimp Daddy's gals. This match was a prelude to Rock and Faarooq's Intercontinental Title Match showdown at Bad Blood.

Jim Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler promote the Bad Blood pay-per-view one final time -

"Bad Blood" pay-per-view spectacular live from the Kiel Center, St. Louis, MO

1. WWF Tag Team Title Match - Challengers Southern Justice (Dennis Knight & Mark Canterbury) w/ Tennessee Lee vs. Champion Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher)

2. Special Challenge Match - WWF's "The Most Dangerous Man in the World" Ken Shamrock vs. ECW's Taz

3. European Title Match - Challenger Dan "The Beast" Severn (w/ "Beauty" Terri Runnels) vs. Champion The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust (w/ Luna Vachon)

4. Owen Hart vs. X-Pac of D-Generation X

5. Special Challenge Tag Team Match - WWF's New Age Outlaws of D-Generation X (Road Dogg & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn) vs. ECW's Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley)

6. First Blood Match - Vince McMahon vs. The Jackyl (with the stipulation that if the Jackyl wins, he takes over control of the WWF, but if McMahon wins then the Jackyl is fired)

7. Hell in a Cell Match - WWF's Mankind vs. ECW's Sabu

8. WWF Intercontinental Title Match - Challenger Faarooq vs. Champion The Rock (with the stipulation that the loser Is out of the Nation of Domination)

9. Buried Alive Match - The Undertaker vs. the Big Show

10. WWF Title Match - Challenger "The Big Red Machine" Kane vs. Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin

"There you have it, fans," JR boasts, "Don't your dare miss it !" Call you cable provider right now and order Bad Blood !"

We then fade to black with the WWF logo.
WWF Bad Blood Pay-Per-View Results (Attitude Era Circa Late 90's) - Kiel Center, St. Louis, MO

Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler

Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel

Referees: Earl Hebner, Teddy Long, Tim White, Jack Doan & Mike Chioda

Opening Fireworks & Pyrotechnics

"No chance in hell !" theme music brings Vince McMahon down to ringside with a microphone along with his corporate cronies Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson to a loud chorus of boos ! McMahon waits for the crowd to settle down.

Mr. McMahon: "Although it's against my better judgment, St. Louis, allow me to be your gracious host this evening and welcome you all to my Bad Blood Pay-Per-View. They say that Missouri is the 'Show Me' state. Well, we intend to do just that. As you know, there is a series of matches tonight pitting some of the WWF's top talent against some of ECW's. We intend to show you...... and Paul Heyman....... that we're better than they are.... and that the WWF is the greatest wrestling promotion in the world today. On a more personal level, yours truly is also on the card this evening. I'll be facing the Jackyl in a First Blood Match for control of this very company.... and rest assured, there is 'no chance in hell' that he will beat me. I intend to show him, and all of you, exactly why Vince McMahon is the Boss. And so without any further ado, let's get to our first match for the WWF Tag Team Championship, and our Senior Official Earl Hebner will referee it. Earl, in all due respect, you were not my first choice. You see, I had someone else in mind, and I think that I speak for all the men here in attendance when I say, that I would have preferred to watch Sunny officiate this contest rather than Earl Hebner."

Jim Ross: "It would appear as though Mr. McMahon is a bit smitten with Sunny, King."

Jerry Lawler: "That goes for me, too, JR ! I can never get enough of Sunny !"

Jim Ross: "I'm sure that she had a very special referee's uniform all picked out just for the occasion."

Jerry Lawler: "Yeah, and I'll bet that it was a pretty skimpy one, too !"

Mr. McMahon: "But, as you all know, Tennessee Lee and Southern Justice saw to it to deprive us all of that special treat."

(McMahon takes a long pause and casts his eyes sideways toward the ramp with an obvious scowl of disappointment.)

Jerry Lawler: "Uh-oh ! Did you see that look on Mr. McMahon's face, JR ? The Boss isn't happy, and that's never a good thing !"

JR: "It's an ominous sign to be sure, King. If I were Tennessee Lee and Southern Justice, I'd be concerned right about now !"

Mr. McMahon: "Be that as it may, I'll turn the microphone over to Howard Finkel now for the match introductions."

1. WWF Tag Team Championship Match - Challengers Southern Justice (Mark Canterbury & Dennis Knight) w/ Tennessee Lee vs. Champion Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher)

Mr. McMahon's reprimand translated into a loss of 75 points for Southern Justice. Their response was to interrupt the Headbanger's backstage interview with Michael Cole to cost the champions 50 points of their own. The match modifiers were a wash with both teams rolling 50 points worth of Cheating. As a result, McMahon's "referee-by-default" as it were Earl Hebner had his hands full enforcing the rules. The Senior Official had just cause for disqualifying both teams for their tactics along the way, but exercised a great deal of leeway to allow the match to continue. Hebner's patience was pushed to the brink, though, when Mr. McMahon's personal body guard the Big Boss Man was dispatched to ringside. Tennessee Lee demanded that the former prison guard be ordered to return to the back. As Lee and Hebner argued over the request, the Boss Man clubbed Dennis Knight from behind with his nightstick while all four competitors battled OOR. The blow subsequently caused Knight to be counted out and gave the Headbangers the victory at 8:11. The Headbangers successfully retain the WWF Tag Team Titles.

In Ring Promo - "Escape Clause"

The Jackyl is accompanied to the ring by Recon & Sniper from his Truth Commission stable. Judging by his appearance - a snappy suit and, in particular, a large cast on his left forearm, the shady manager did not come to the Kiel Center to wrestle Mr. McMahon or anyone else tonight. Sure enough, the Jackyl affirms our suspicions by informing us that he had sustained a broken arm and will not be able to participate in the First Blood Match against McMahon later this evening. Before he can continue, "No chance in hell" booms over the PA system. Mr. McMahon storms down to the ring with his associates Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco struggling to keep pace.

McMahon: "Broken arm, my ass ! I always knew that you were a coward, Jackyl, but I didn't think you would make it so damn obvious to everyone !"

Jackyl: "I knew that you wouldn't believe me, Vince, so I've taken the liberty of inviting the company's orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews from Birmingham, Alabama to be with us here tonight via the Titantron.

Dr. Andrews appears on the jumbo Titantron screen along with an x-ray of the Jackyl's forearm and points out that the ulna is indeed fractured. Andrews confirms that he signed off on the injury and has sent a detailed report along with the x-rays to the WWF's corporate headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut. McMahon scowls and paces in the ring a bit as the Titantron goes black again.

McMahon: "Alright then, I guess you'll just have to forfeit our match. Should I fire you right now, or wait until you 'no show' the First Blood Match and then fire you ??"

The Jackyl pulls out the contract for the match and starts flipping through the pages until he finds what he's looking for.

Jackyl: "According to the wording, I have the right to hire a surrogate in the event that I am unable to perform."

The CEO and his cronies all have themselves a good laugh until the Jackyl points to a clause in the fine print and hands the document over to McMahon. The Boss doesn't even look at the paperwork and gives it to Pat Patterson. He glares at the Jackyl and tells Patterson to call his lawyers.

McMahon: "We'll see about that."

Brisco and Patterson hold the ropes for Mr. McMahon to exit the ring.

Jackyl: "Before you leave, don't you want to know who've I chosen to be my replacement ?"

McMahon stops in his tracks. Brisco and Patterson try to assure him that all the big names from the roster are already involved in other matches tonight. The Boss breathes a sigh of relief and plays along with the Jackyl.

McMahon: "Amuse me."

Jackyl: "Amuse you ? Well, okay then..... but I don't think you're going to find it too funny that you'll be facing Shawn Michaels instead of me in the First Blood Match."

McMahon's jaw drops. He gives a big gulp as HBK's DX music blares over the PA system. The fans go wild as Shawn Michaels struts out onto the ramp. HBK smiles at McMahon and does a crotch chop !

Michaels: "See you later, alligator !"

McMahon storms out of the ring and barks at Patterson to get his lawyers on the phone.

2. Special Challenge Match - "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock of the WWF vs. Taz of ECW (w/ Ryan Shamrock)

The dysfunctional Shamrock family feud manifested itself once more with Ken's little sister Ryan accompanying Taz to ringside and camping out in his corner. What impact would she have on the contest ? As it turned out, a pretty significant one ! Despite being occasionally preoccupied with his sister's presence at ringside, Shamrock was able to focus enough on the task at hand and matched his adversary hold-for-hold. The stalemate took a turn in Taz's favor, however, once Ken and Ryan began to bicker. The Tazmaniac pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights and whalloped his opponent from behind with it. Ken was barely able to kick out of the subsequent pin attempt allowing the match to continue. A funny thing happened soon after, though. Ryan seemed to take exception to Taz's cheating in order to win the match, and coyly reached into the ring and tripped him. Taz immediately bailed from the ring to confront her and gave Ryan a hard shove to the ground prompting Ken to come to her defense. Shamrock immediately spun the Tazmaniac around and planted him with a Belly-to-Belly Suplex on the floor. "Don't you ever lay a finger on my sister again !" he shouted. Despite losing his temper, Ken still had the presence of mind to roll himself back inside the ring in time to barely make Referee Teddy Long's ten count. Your winner via count out at 9:17 - Ken Shamrock. After the bout, Ken assisted his jolted sister to the back.

Backstage Segment - "Blood Is Thicker than Water"

Ken is genuinely concerned about Ryan's condition and wants the ringside physician to check her over. She says that she's a little shook up, but assures him that she's okay. An awkward silence follows. Ryan then thanks her big brother and gives him a long hug. Ken hugs her back and asks her again if she's alright. Ryan nods her head. The two then go their separate ways. There finally appears to be a truce in the Shamrock sibling rivalry.... at least for now anyways.

3. WWF European Championship Match - Challenger Dan "The Beast" Severn (w/ "Beauty" Terri Runnels) vs. Champion The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust (w/ Luna Vachon)

Ironically enough, Goldust began his title defense with a scathing promo on his former valet Terri Runnels (then known as Marlena) rather than belittling his challenger Dan Severn of whom he claimed to have a great deal of respect for. The harsh words which came at Terri's expense gave the champ an additional 50 points to work with. Goldust then tried to attack his opponent during Howard Finkel's match introductions, but Severn was ready for him. The challenger successfully staved off the ambush to earn himself 100 points in the process. Undeterred, Goldust's points total got another boost by a roll on his Savvy Match Modifier, an intangible which would prove to serve him well in this contest. Goldust manipulated Referee Tim White out of position in order to use the ropes to his advantage for additional leverage, but the chicanery failed to produce a pinfall. Karma would come back to haunt the champ once the action moved OOR. Still seething from Goldust's pre-match slander, Runnels snuck up from behind and delivered a low blow between the wickets on the champ. Unable to recover in time from Terri's retaliation, Goldust found himself counted out by Tim White at 7:04. While Beauty's call to action may have given the Beast a victory, it also enabled Goldust to retain the WWF European Title.

RAW Rewind

Highlights from last week's RAW program are shown featuring an in-ring promo from Triple H regarding the nature of his hyperextended knee injury. Helmsley flat-out blamed Owen Hart for the impairment during his rant and blatantly accused Hart of intentionally trying to maim him and end his career with his Sharpshooter finisher. We're then shown a clip of Hart applying the submission hold to Triple H during a RAW match from the On Center a month ago in Syracuse, New York. Helmsley insisted that his injury originated there, and proceeded to bring out his personal friend and fellow D-Generation member X-Pac to avenge Hart's misdeed while he recuperated. X-Pac not only lambasted Owen, but the entire Hart family in general. He went so far as to suggest that both Owen and brother Bret's success in the WWF was a result of nothing more than favoritism within the company's front office. The wild accusations then brought out Owen Hart to defend both he and his family's honor. While he didn't question the extent of Helmsley's injury, Owen denied any intent of purposely trying to harm anyone and gladly accepted the challenge of facing Helmsley or any other member of D-Generation X in the ring, all of which brings us to......

4. Owen Hart vs. X-Pac of D-Generation X (w/ Hunter Hearst Helmsley)

Triple H cut another huge promo on Owen before the match to bolster X-Pac's score by 125 points and then stuck around to take in the bout once the action got underway. Helmsley's presence at ringside would literally be felt by Hart throughout the contest. Again and again, Owen would catch the butt end of Helmsley's crutch in the ribs or the small of the back whenever Referee Jack Doan's attention was diverted. Taking brother Owen's "Enough is enough !" catchphrase to heart, Bret "The Hitman" Hart shocked everyone by emerging from the back and racing down the aisle in street clothes to lay out Triple H with a Clothesline. The Hitman then smashed one of Helmsley's crutches over X-Pac's back while Jack Doan was shaking off a bump that he taken moments earlier in the ring. The official found Owen making the cover on his dazed opponent and crawled over to count the winning pin at 9:36.

Backstage Segment - "Traitors in Our Midst"

The Dudley Boyz are in the locker room prepping for their upcoming match against the New Age Outlaws. Recalling some words of advice from Paul Heyman during the contract signing for Bad Blood, Buh Buh and D-Von seem determined to make a favorable impression upon Mr. McMahon tonight. With their ECW contracts expiring soon, the duo are hoping to generate some interest from McMahon and possibly jump ship to the WWF. Sabu, who is scheduled to face Mankind in a Hell in the Cell match later this evening, is lurking in the background and eavesdropping on their conversation. Buh Buh says that if nothing else, a counter-offer from McMahon would give the Dudley Boyz leverage to negotiate a bigger contract with Heyman. Sabu, who is loyal to to the core of ECW, bristles at what he is overhearing. Unable to keep quiet any longer, he finally speaks up. "I can't believe that you two would sell us out to line your pockets ! I thought that we were all brothers.... I thought that I knew you..... but as it turns out, I don't know you at all, do I ? Well, I don't want to know you." "Hey, it's not like that !" Buh Buh answers, "You've got to think about your future ! ECW's not going to be around forever ! We all knew that when we signed on." Sabu doesn't want to hear it. He shakes his head in disgust and walks out on them.

5. Special Challenge Match - The New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg & "Bad Ass" Bill Gunn) of the WWF vs. The Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray & D-Von Dudley) of ECW

Road Dogg: "Oh, you didn't know ?? Your ass better call somebody !"

The Dogg's famous howl brought the fans to their feet and the Outlaws down to the ring. His t-shirt tonight says "Look Ma, No Curse !" which is undoubtedly a swipe at WCW for jobbing out his older brothers Scott, Brad and Steve on Nitro week after week and using their losing streak as a story line by referring to it as "The Armstrong Curse".

Road Dogg: (In full carnival barker mode) "Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages ......... D-Generation X proudly brings to you its soon-to-be WWF Tag Team Champions of the Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooorld......... The Road Dogg Jesse James ! The "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn ! The New Age Outlaws !!"

Billy Gunn: "Now, if you're not down with that, St. Louis, then we've got two words for ya ......."

Crowd: "Suck it !!"

The ECW Tag Team Champion Dudley Boyz came out next proudly wearing their belts to the ring to make an impression on both the fans and Mr. McMahon. Their titles are not on the line tonight. The outcome of this match was largely influenced by the large swing in points resulting from the rolls on both teams respective match modifiers. Though they may be babyfaces tonight, the Outlaws did not alter their style nor approach in the ring one iota and racked up some serious points by cheating. On the flip side, the Dudleyz were victimized by Ally Interference; as in, their own Ally Interference ! The term "Bad Blood" took on a whole new meaning to Sabu after his confrontation with the Dudley Boyz backstage. He ran into the ring and whalloped Buh Buh in the face with one of the ECW tag team title belts while Referee Mike Chioda was busy sending Billy Gunn and D-Von Dudley back to their respective corners. Chioda turned around to find Road Dogg making the cover on the KO'd Buh Buh and counted the pin at 7:19.

In Ring Promo - "The Surrogate"

"Are you ready ? Break it down !" DX theme music brings Shawn Michaels, Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Chyna down to the ring. Chyna takes Helmsley's crutches and hands him a microphone. Triple H has two copies of the contract for the First Blood Match. He hands one to HBK who pulls out some pop-bottle nerdy glasses from his pocket and starts looking through the paperwork.

Helmsley: "Vince, as you're no doubt finding out for yourself right about now, it's all legit; you'll be facing Shawn in the First Blood Match."

The fans cheer !

Helmsley: "If you turn to page 8, fourth paragraph down...."

Michaels interrupts him.

Michaels: "Wait .... where are you ?"

Helmsley peeks over at HBK in those thick specs and laughs.

Helmsley: "Can you even see out of those things ?? We're on page 8, and go down to the fourth paragraph ...."

HBK is still having trouble so Triple H helps him find the section that he is referring to.

Michaels: "Am I the Party of the First Part or the Party of the Second Part"' ?

Helmsley: "Umm, lemme see here .... you're the Party of the Second Part."

Michaels: "Is that good ?"

Helmsley: "Hell yeah that's good, buddy ! The way this thing reads, if you win, you take control of the company, and if you don't, well, then the Jackyl gets fired. You can't lose, Shawn ! You're playing with house money !"

Michaels: "Let's do it then !"

DX leaves the ring so that the cage can begin to be lowered from the rafters. The skit was anything but comical to Mr. McMahon. We cut to his office where he is screaming at his lawyers over the phone. The attorneys are trying to tell him that someone switched the contracts on them and that he signed the wrong one. The Boss refuses to listen, though, and tells them that they were careless and overlooked the fine print. He slams the phone down and starts heading for ringside.

6. First Blood Match - "HBK" Shawn Michaels of D-Generation X (substituting for the Jackyl) vs. Mr. McMahon

Stipulations: The ring and ringside area are enclosed within a roofed cage. There are no pins, disqualifications, count outs or submissions. The match is won by being the first to make your opponent bleed.

Additional Stipulations: If Michaels wins, then he takes control of the WWF, but if McMahon wins, then the Jackyl is fired.

As he always does, Michaels made a flamboyant entrance complete with DX music, pyrotechnics and plenty of crotch chops for everyone thrown in for good measure. Already a heavy favorite to win the contest, HBK's theatrics increased his already seemingly insurmountable total by yet another 125 points. Mr. McMahon then entered to his familiar "No chance in hell" theme music. The WWF Chairman & CEO was soundly boo'd by the capacity crowd which increased his score by 100 points. With the entrances now complete, the presumptuous Michaels held the cage door open for his boss and welcomed Mr.McMahon inside with a courteous bow. As one might expect, HBK dominated the action, but the point of the match was to draw first blood and it was in that regard that Michaels proved to by unsuccessful. Despite being driven face-first into the cage on several occasions, the dazed CEO emerged unscathed. Fate and Lady Luck would turn their backs on the Heartbreak Kid and conspire against him once Referee Earl Hebner was bumped to the mat. The Truth Commission's Recon and Sniper came down to ringside, barged into the cage, and ran Michaels into the ring post which opened a bad gash on HBK's forehead. Hebner finally came to, and upon seeing Michaels bleeding profusley, called for the bell and awarded the match to Mr. McMahon at 12:53.

In Ring Promo - "You're Fired !!"

The fans were still buzzing when Sniper handed Mr .McMahon a microphone. The Boss was looking a little worse for wear after the punishment that he had just sustained, but he was riding an adrenaline high and full of himself having won the contest. He watched Shawn Michaels being escorted to the back by the ringside physician for stitches and gave a mock crotch chop.

McMahon: "Better luck next time, Shawn ! Let me introduce to you all the newest members of my Corporate stable, Recon and Sniper. Jackyl, as you've probably guessed by now, these two gentlemen were sick and tired not only of the Truth Commission, but they were also sick and tired of you ! It wasn't too difficult to find someone on the inside to help take you down. Recon and Sniper will here after be known as Armageddon. You'll never live to see the day when you will outsmart Vincent Kennedy McMahon. And that goes for you, too, D-Generation X. Never, ever bet against the House. And now, Jackyl, if you'll be so kind as to come out and join us please..... I have something that I want to to say to you....."

The Jackyl emerged from behind the curtain and came down to the ring to take his medicine.

McMahon: "It's my distinct pleasure to inform you that ....... YOU'RE FIRED !!"

The Jackyl nods, glares at Recon and Sniper who wave facetiously goodbye to him, and leaves the ring.

McMahon: "And don't let the door hit you on the way out !"

7. Hell in a Cell Match - Mankind of the WWF vs. Sabu of ECW

Stipulations: The ring and ringside area are enclosed within a roofed cage. There are no disqualifications or count outs. The match is won by pin or submission.

The cage from the First Blood Match remains in place for this Hell in a Cell contest. ECW is 0 - 2 tonight with Sabu being the only remaining obstacle standing in the way of a WWF clean sweep. Knowing that he was a big factor in the Dudley Boyz loss earlier this evening, the "Human Highlight Reel" was determined to put his company in the win column. Though he may have given up some 70 lbs to Mankind in size, Sabu more than equaled him in tenacity and sheer recklessness. This match was every hardcore fan's dream-come-true and made some of ECW most extreme matches seem tame in comparison. Anything and everything that could be found beneath the ring came into play at some point during this contest including aluminum trash cans, a fire extinguisher, fluorescent light tubes, a lead pipe and a janitor's mop and bucket. Sabu scored the winning pinfall with his Arabian Facebuster (Leaping Sommersault Leg Drop from the top rope while driving a steel chair into his opponent's face) after first giving Mankind a Body Slam onto a pile of thumbtacks in the ring. The time of the fall was 15:27.

RAW Rewind

A montage of clips highlighting the internal friction within the ranks of the Nation of Domination are featured. The dissension has essentially divided the stable into two opposing camps with the Godfather supporting the Rock while D'Lo Brown and "The Strongest Man in the World" Mark Henry have cast their lots with Faarooq. The loser of tonight's Intercontinental Title Match will be ousted from the Nation, but will his departure restore harmony within the group ? Michael Cole then shows highlights of Faarooq defeating the Rock in a non-title match and speculates if lightning will strike twice tonight. He brings out the Rock to discuss his title defense this evening.

Rock: "Finally, the Rock has returned to St. Louis ! Michael Cole, the Rock says shut your mouth and know your role ! It doesn't matter what you think about anything, and it doesn't matter what Faarooq has done in the past. What does matter is what happens here tonight. What matters is that the People's Champ is going to walk down the People's Ramp, get in the People's Ring and drop the People's Elbow on Faarooq's roody poo candy ass, that's what matters ! Faarooq, you want to go one-on-one with the Great One ? Well, the Rock has one question for you, what in the blue hell are you thinking ? There ain't nothing that's gonna stop the Most Electrifying Man in Sports from giving you a five-star ass-whoopin' all over the great state of Missouri ! Tonight you're going home with the Rock's boot shoved up your ass and that's guarn-damn-teed ! If you smmmmmmmmmeeeeeeeellllllllllllllllllllllllll........... what the Rock..... is cookin' !"

8. WWF Intercontinental Championship Match - Challenger Faarooq (w/ D'Lo Brown & "The Strongest Man in the World" Mark Henry) vs. Champion The Rock (w/ The Godfather)

Special Stipulation - The loser is out of the Nation of Domination

The bitter feud between the rival factions of the Nation of Domination stable came to a head this evening. Faarooq drew big time heat (and 100 bonus heel points) by grabbing Howard Finkel's microphone and accusing the Rock of stealing his "Know Your Role" catchphrase. He then grabbed the early advantage in the match by jumping the Rock during the match introductions and inflicting 100 points worth of damage. The Brahma Bull soon mounted a comeback by hitting a Floatover DDT after a distraction from the Godfather. Anxious to also get in on the action, Mark Henry drew Referee Tim White's attention enabling D'Lo Brown to climb up to the top rope and land his Controversial-Chest-Protector-Enhanced Lo Down Frog Splash onto the prone Rock. With the wind completely knocked out of him, the Brahma Bull seemed ripe for a pin. Faarooq immediately pounced on him for a cover and hooked a leg, however Tim White had turned in the nick of time to catch D'Lo in the act and rather than count the pin, signaled for the bell instead. Your winner via DQ at 7:50 and still WWF Intercontinental Champion - the Rock ! Faarooq is out of the Nation of Domination.

Backstage Segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

The Chairman & CEO of the WWF is firing up the Big Show with a spirited pep talk just moments before his upcoming Buried Alive Match against the Undertaker. McMahon offers him some last minute words of advice and then escorts the Big Show to the door. As the Show exits, his Big Trouble tag team partner the Big Boss Man enters. "You wanted to see me, Boss ?" he asks. "Come in .... ," McMahon says, "And shut the door behind you."

9. Buried Alive Match - "The Phenom" Undertaker vs. The Big Show

Stipulations: There is a huge mound of dirt beside the entrance ramp to the ring. A six-foot deep grave has been dug out of the earth. There are no pinfalls, disqualifications, count outs or submissions. The match is won by putting your opponent in the grave and burying them with dirt.

The fans knew something nefarious was afoot when the Undertaker was late in making his ring entrance. After having altered the outcome of the WWF Tag Team Championship Match by his interference earlier in the program, the Big Boss Man was summoned once again by Vince McMahon to do his bidding for him. Apparently, the CEO had his personal bodyguard "soften up" the Deadman with several chair shots backstage after their office meeting. The 'Taker was hurtin' for certain and sustained 200 points worth of damage from the brutal assault, but gamely came out to face the Big Show nonetheless. Bolstered by 100 points from his Match Modifier due to previous experience gained in Buried Alive Matches, the Undertaker was somewhat able to offset the punishment that he sustained from the Boss Man's ambush. Now onto the match. After battling in the ring for several minutes with neither man securing an advantage , the action slowly and inevitably made its way toward the ominous mountain of dirt beside the entrance ramp. The combatants brawled around the open grave with the Phenom finally sending his opponent into the trench following a running Clothesline. The 'Taker then began shoveling in the dirt until the Big Show's hand reached up out of the blackness, grabbed the Deadman by the ankle, and pulled him down inside the grave. The two men continued to duke it out within the claustrophobic confines of the ditch until the Big Show rocked his foe with a pair of crushing Head Butts. He then climbed out and waited for the 'Taker to do likewise. Once the Phenom emerged from the hole, he was clobbered by his adversary with a wheelbarrow across the back. Things looked grim for the Deadman. The Big Show motioned to the crowd that it was time for his Chokeslam finisher when Test suddenly raced out from the back with a shovel. A huge leaping smash from the ramp sent the Big Show collapsing backward into the grave. The Undertaker then grabbed another spade from nearby. He and Test shoveled on the dirt until Referee Jack Doan called the match at 13:39 and declared the Phenom to be the winner.

Sable Promo

A vignette of clips featuring the blonde WWF diva are shown including her debut as "Marvelous" Marc Mero's valet, as well as her famous "Grind" dance. We're then shown footage of Sable winning the Ladies Championship by pinning Luna Vachon in a Fatal Four Way Match with some help from her "enforcer" Nicole Bass on RAW last week. The segment ends by hawking Sable's appearance in the current issue of Playboy magazine with the caption "On sale now at news stands everywhere !"

10. WWF Championship Match - Challenger "The Big Red Machine" Kane vs. Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin

Tag team partners but a month ago at the Judgment Day pay-per-view, Kane brought this highly successful albeit unusual alliance to an abrupt end by Chokeslamming Austin during an episode of RAW when the Texas Rattlesnake came to Dude Love's aid during a Big Trouble (Big Show & Big Boss Man) beat down. The Big Red Machine's treason was apparently orchestrated by Stone Cold's bitter archenemy Mr. McMahon himself who then welcomed Kane into his corporate fold. As we have already seen tonight, the Chairman & CEO of the WWF likes to hedge his bets and stack the deck in his team's favor. Tonight's Main Event would prove to be no exception. When there is corporate dirty work to be done, the Big Boss Man can usually be found at the heart of it. Not only did the meddling McMahon have the former prison guard from Cobb County, Georgia interrupt Austin's pre-match interview with Michael Cole to cost the champ 50 points, he also dispatched the Boss Man to ringside where he was able to land a blow with his trademark nightstick after Referee Mike Chioda had taken a bad spill to the canvas. Both McMahon and the Boss Man may have gone to the well once too often, however. The CEO's bodyguard was about to strike again with his nightstick when Mankind, now in full Dude Love garb, came out of no where and applied the Love Handle (Mandible Claw) to the unsuspecting Boss Man causing him to drop his weapon. Austin then doubled over the Big Red Machine with a quick nightstick jab to the gut and then finished him off with a Stone Cold Stunner. Chioda shook out the cobwebs to find Austin making the cover and counted the pin at 13:46. Your winner and still WWF Champion - "Stone Cold" Steve Austin ! The Texas Rattlesnake celebrated his successful title defense by climbing up a turnbuckle and guzzling down a couple of cans of beer as the fans cheer him on. A ring attendant also tossed a can of beer to Dude Love who saluted the Champ and gulped it down.

Backstage Segment - Mr. McMahon's Office

The program ends with Mr. McMahon speaking on the phone with his attorneys. Although he seems disappointed with Austin's victory to close the show, Vince is gloating over his win in the First Blood Match against Shawn Michaels and the subsequent termination of the Jackyl. "We really dodged a bullet there with that contract didn't we, boys ?" he laughs, "I mean, could you just imagine what would have happened to this company if Michaels had taken over control ? He would have run us into the ground and put us out of business ! I would have lost millions ! And all because of one tiny little paragraph of fine print in that contract ..... which was overlooked by my lawyers..... despite them being paid quite well to do their jobs and to not overlook such things....... Ah, well. all's well that ends well, I guess. And oh, by the way, YOU'RE ALL FIRED !!" McMahon slams the phone down, and with that we fade to black with the WWF logo.
Edited by GV on 01/02/2023
WWF Monday Night RAW Results (Attitude Era Circa Late 90's) - Tsongas Arena, Lowell, MA

Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler

Interviews: Frank Coutinho

Ring Announcer: Lilian Garcia

Referees: Tim White, Mike Chioda & Earl Hebner

Backstage Segment - "A Man Without A Country"

Frank Coutinho interviewed Armageddon (formerly known as the Truth Commission) prior to this evening's opening bout. Recon and Sniper made a big splash at Bad Blood by turning on their former manager the Jackyl and helping Mr. McMahon's defeat "HBK" Shawn Michaels in a "First Blood" Match. McMahon's victory enabled him to maintain control of the WWF and also led to the Jackyl's termination from the company. The Boss welcomed Recon and Sniper into the corporate fold and renamed the duo "Armageddon". McMahon's new tag team could not be faulted for feeling a little full of themselves and boasting about their role at Bad Blood during tonight's promo, however they soon realized that their actions might have some serious repercussions. Former stablemate Kurrgan the Interrogator interrupted the interview by lashing out at them for being "traitors to the cause" and precipitating the dissolution of the Truth Commission. Now on his own, Kurrgan ominously warned Recon and Sniper to watch their backs. As if making enemies with a 6' 10" monster weren't bad enough, Armageddon were also reminded that they will have other things to answer for down the road. The duo passed by Shawn Michaels and Triple H backstage as they made their way to the ring. Still sporting a large bandage on his forehead from being rammed into a ring post at Bad Blood, HBK smiled at Recon and Sniper and sarcastically wished them luck in their match tonight. There is clearly some unfinished business and scores to be settled between DX and Armageddon.

1. Too Much (Brian "Too Sexy" Christopher & Scott "Too Hot" Taylor) vs. Armageddon (Recon & Sniper)

As a result of their disastrous interview with Frank Coutinho, Armageddon lost 50 points for our opening contest, but the deduction was quickly offset by a roll on their Cheating Modifier. Concerned about potential outsider interference, McMahon dispatched the Big Boss Man to ringside to be in Armageddon's corner. Although he didn't actually interfere per se, the Boss Man's presence alone OOR was enough to spook Too Much. Christopher and Taylor were looking over their shoulders the entire match. The distraction cost them dearly - 100 points to be exact - and carried Armageddon onto victory as Recon pinned Scotty with a Scissor Kick at 7:55. Jerry Lawler was furious with Taylor once more and jumped into the ring to chastise him after the match. A brief shoving match ensued with Brian Christopher stepping in to restore the peace.

Backstage Segment - "The Last Straw"

The roving WWF cameraman backstage has stumbled upon a ruckus backstage outside of the locker room between Scott Taylor and Brian Christopher. We eavesdrop on the heated conversation midway through:

Taylor: "That's it ! I'm done ! I've had it with your old man ! What is his problem, Dude ??"

Christopher: "C'mon, Scotty, just let it go, man. He gets frustrated when we don't win. He just wants us to be successful, that's all."

Taylor: "No, he want's YOU to be successful. He wants ME to take a hike !"

Christopher: "Look, Dude, it's true that he want's me to go solo, but Too Much is where my heart is. We're this close to making it big as a tag team. We've come this far.... Don't give up on us now !"

Taylor: "Alright, Bro, but I'm just telling you now straight up, if he gives me any more crap and embarrasses me in the ring like that ever again, I'm gonna haul off and smack him !"

Christopher: "Let me talk to him, Dude. I can make this right."

Jerry "The King" Lawler has publically denied any allegations linking him whatsoever to Brian "Too Sexy" Christopher, but can he repudiate those claims any longer ?

2. Luna Vachon (w/ WWF European Champion the Artist Formerly Known as Goldust) vs. Nicole Bass (w/ WWF Ladies Champion Sable)

This match would have fit right into the Bad Blood pay-per-view card. Sable won the Women's Championship by pinning Vachon in a Fatal Four Way Match on RAW after her "Enforcer" Nicole Bass clobbered Luna with the Ladies' Title Belt. Luna cut a good promo with Frank Coutinho prior to the bout by vowing revenge to earn 75 points, but Bass topped that by drawing big time heat during her entrance and adding 150 points to her score. History seemed destined to repeat itself when Sable swung her championship belt at Vachon again, however Luna saw it coming this time and ducked at the last instant. Bass took the blow square on the kisser and staggered right into a Small Package to give Vachon the victory at 5:59.

WWF Injury Update

Michael Cole brings us up to date on the status of the federation's injured competitors. Though still on crutches, Hunter Hearst Helmsley's hyperextended knee continues to improve. He is expected to return to action in time for the Royal Rumble pay-per-view later this month. WWF Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon has promised him an Intercontinental Title Match against the Rock if he is healed up and ready to go. Triple H continues to insist that he was callously injured by Owen Hart and his Sharpshooter during a match on RAW several weeks ago; an assertion that Owen flat out denies.

Cole then brings us up to speed on Ivory's progress. The diva sustained severely bruised ribs at the hands of Sable's enforcer Nicole Bass during a Fatal Four Way Match for the WWF Ladies Championship. The assault essentially eliminated Ivory from the contest in the beginning stages and made it a Triple Threat Match instead. We're then shown footage of Ivory rehabbing and working out in the gym with her trainer and medical personnel. Despite the precautions they are taking, she winces every so often from the pain. Ivory is wearing a flak jacket of sorts to help protect her ribs. The staff is urging her to slow down and go easy, but she is bound and determined to make her return soon.

3. "Lethal Weapon" Steve Blackman vs. "The Vampire Warrior" Gangrel of the Brood (w/ Edge & Christian)

This was a rough night for Blackman. It was a bad sign for the Lethal Weapon when "Precious" Paul Ellering and the Disciples of the Apocalypse walked onto the set and interrupted his backstage promo . Blackman has recently been feuding with the biker gang after they messed with his duffel bag of martial arts weapons. On a recent edition of RAW, 8-Ball & Skull (aka the Harris Brothers) combined for an illegal Double DDT on Blackman to give 8-Ball a victory over the martial arts expert. DOA's intrusion tonight cost the Lethal Weapon 50 points. In contrast, the ghoulish Gangrel added 50 points to his score by making a macabre entrance which included drinking from a goblet of blood and then spitting its contents into the air. Apparently Skull & 8-Ball weren't finished messing with Blackman just yet. They came down to ringside mid-match and dumped out his bag of weapons onto the floor. Gangrel capitalized on the distraction by planting his opponent into the mat with his Impaler DDT finisher to score the pinfall at 5:08. As if that weren't enough, the Lethal Weapon then sustained a Blood Bath. Upon Gangrel's command, gallons of "blood" rained down from the rafters and completely doused the dazed Blackman in the ring.

Royal Rumble Promo

We're shown a montage of clips from Royal Rumbles of the past and their winners - Yokozuna, "HBK" Shawn Michaels, Hulk Hogan, Bret "The Hitman" Hart and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan are featured among others. 30 participants enter the ring in two minute intervals with their entry numbers being predetermined by a lottery. Competitors are eliminated by going over the top rope and having both feet touch the floor. The last man remaining in the ring is declared the winner and will face "Stone Cold" Steve Austin for the WWF Championship at WrestleMania.

4. Droz & Prince Albert vs. D'Lo Brown & Mark Henry of the Nation of Domination

Having aligned themselves with Faarooq during his feud with the Rock over leadership of the Nation of Domination, it was unclear if Brown & Henry would remain in the stable after Bad Blood. A DQ loss at the pay-per-view forced Faarooq's departure from the Nation, but would his supporters follow ? Perhaps that question was answered this evening when "We Are the Nation of Domination !" boomed over the PA system to announce Brown and Henry's arrival to the ring for this contest. A roll on their Tag Team Bonus match modifier contributed to the Nation's cause as did a great in-ring promo on their opponents, but the real story of this match was yet to come. Clad in full Nation attire, Ahmed Johnson marched down to ringside and clobbered Prince Albert over the noggin with a chair shot OOR while Mark Henry distracted Referee Tim White. Albert, the legal man for his team at the time, could not recover from the blow and was subsequently counted out at 6:38.

Backstage Segment - "Making History"

Mr. McMahon is sifting through a pile of paperwork on his desk when there's a knock at the door. "I'm busy ! Go away !" he shouts. Hunter Hearst Helmsley hobbles in on his crutches with Chyna right behind him. She shuts the door, folds her arms and silently stares at the Boss. McMahon holds up his hands in disbelief and mutters "What part of 'go away' don't you two understand ?? Can't you see that I've got a ton of work to do." Triple H is as defiant as ever. "Chyna wants to be in the Royal Rumble," he says. McMahon looks up from his papers, glances over at Chyna standing by the door, and returns to his work. "Absolutely not," the Boss answers, "We've never had a woman in the Rumble before and we're not going to start now." "Look at her, Vince," Triple H persists, "She's built like a tank ! She's in better shape than half the guys in this company !" McMahon ignores him and continues on with his work. Helmsley isn't taking no for an answer. He knows just how to get the owner's attention. "Will you listen to me ? Just consider this, Vince - the first woman to ever compete in a Royal Rumble ! Think of the ratings..... and think about the money you'll make if you promote the hell out of this thing !" McMahon puts down his pen and takes a longer and harder look at Chyna. He leans back in his chair and rubs his chin thoughtfully. Chyna approaches his desk, leans over and stares the Boss directly in the eye. "You'll get no preferential treatment," McMahon warns. "I don't want any," she answers, "I just want a chance to win it." McMahon thinks about it some more and then says, "You're in."

5. Chainsaw Charlie (aka Terry Funk) vs. "Marvelous" Marc Mero (w/ Jacqueline)

Charlie made a big entrance and played to the crowd with his trademark chainsaw buzzing away. The theatrics earned him 150 bonus points, but they also enabled Mero to attack him from behind during Lilian Garcia's introductions to get the early jump in the bout. Charlie used his veteran ring savvy and brawling to get himself back in the match, however his comeback was short-circuited when Jacqueline landed a Low Blow from behind after Referee Mike Chioda had been toppled to the canvas. Marvelous Marc then followed up with his T.K.O. finisher (Fireman's Carry Cutter). Chioda shook off his bump to find Mero making the cover and counted the pin at 6:09.

In Ring Promo - "Welcome to the Dogg House"

The New Age Outlaws' music hits bringing the fans to their feet ! Billy Gunn and Road Dogg come down to the ring wearing mock ECW Tag Team Championship Belts. Although the Dudley Boyz titles were not at stake at Bad Blood, the Outlaws apparently feel as though they've earned them after winning their tag team match via pinfall.

Road Dogg: "Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages ......... D-Generation X proudly brings to you its ECW Tag Team Champions of the Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooorld......... The Road Dogg Jesse James ! The "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn ! The New Age Outlaws !!"

Billy Gunn: "And if you're not down with that, Paul Heyman, then we've got two words for ya ......."

Crowd: "Suck it !!"

The Outlaws brag about their victory at Bad Blood and how they sent the Dudleyz back home to Pennsylvania "with their tails between their legs". JR is quick to point out, though, that Sabu should be credited (or blamed) for the winning pin after bashing Buh Buh in the face with one of the ECW title belts.

The Outlaws promo is then suddenly interrupted by Bret "The Hitman" Hart's music. Bret shocked everyone by unexpectedly appearing at Bad Blood to be in his brother's corner. The Hitman contributed to Owen's victory by whacking X-Pac over the back with one of Hunter Hearst Helmsley's crutches. The Hart family have taken offense to slanderous accusations made by D-Generation X who insinuated that Owen and Bret's success in the WWF was due to nothing more than favoritism within the front office.

The Hart Brothers make their way down to the ring to loud cheers. Owen asks the Outlaws if they want a taste of what "X-Punk" experienced at Bad Blood. The challenge sparks off a four-man-free-for-all in the ring with the Harts gradually gaining the upper hand. Road Dogg and Billy Gunn bail from the ring to regroup and slowly retreat to the back with some choice words for the Harts.

6. Vader vs. Jeff Jarrett (w/ manager Tennessee Lee)

Both competitors earned 75 points for their respective entrances, but the big man from the Rocky Mountains dominated the match modifiers by rolling on Size. The 250 point bonus made the much smaller Jarrett the underdog, but he came out on top nonetheless with the assistance of Tennessee Lee. Jarrett's shady manager earned his keep and took one for the team by climbing up onto the apron and allowing himself to be clocked by Vader. Jarrett was able to capitalize on his preoccupied foe by rolling Vader up from behind and pinning him with a handful of tights at 7:45.

Backstage Segment - "Test-ing Mr. McMahon's Patience"

McMahon is holding a corporate meeting in his office with his cronies Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco and Commissioner Sergeant Slaughter. Also present are Big Trouble (Big Show & the Big Boss Man). The WWF's Chairman & CEO is discussing what he refers to as "The Test Situation". Test has been embroiled in a feud with both members of Big Trouble for some time now. The origins of the conflict can be traced back to Big Show's debut on RAW when he Chokeslammed Test through the announcers' table. McMahon points out that Test was directly responsible for the Undertaker's victory in the Buried Alive Match at Bad Blood. (Test clobbered Big Show with a shovel causing him to fall into the grave.) The Boss pauses. His face grows noticeably angrier and redder. "And that's not all," he scowls, "That bastard had the audacity to send my daughter Stephanie a box of candy and flowers for Valentine's Day !" The room grows awkwardly quiet. "Well, what does Stephanie think of that, Vince ?" Pat Patterson asks innocently, "Maybe they have feelings for one another ?" McMahon shoots him a dirty look. "Don't even go there," he growls, "It's out of the question !" The meeting adjourns as McMahon and the Boss Man head for ringside.

7. Val Venis (w/ Ryan Shamrock) vs. WWF Hardcore Champion The Big Boss Man (w/ Mr. McMahon)

Boss Man's Hardcore Title is not on the line tonight. The former adult film star Venis had the gals in attendance swooning once more with his raspy "Helllllllloooooooooo Ladies ......." drawl and then proceeded to twirl a towel off his gyrating hips and toss it into the crowd, all of which added 125 extra points to his score. His opponent received 75 bonus points of his own, however, when Mr. McMahon praised him before the match for being a loyal and trusted employee of his corporation. The Boss was not done quite yet. McMahon seemed determined to help his personal bodyguard win this match and chipped in with a few cheap shots on Venis along the way. A commotion from the fans alerted us that "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock was making his way down to ringside. In the past, we would assume that his intent was to stir up trouble for his little sister Ryan, however the two siblings recently appeared to mend their fences and make peace with one another at Bad Blood. Although he despises Val Venis, Shamrock demonstrated his new-found loyalty to Ryan by taking the Chairman & CEO of the WWF to task for his interference and putting him in his Ankle Lock finisher OOR. Referee Tim White immediately came to McMahon's aide to help break up the submission hold. As he did so, Test came out of no where and landed a huge Diving Elbow Drop from the top rope onto the prone Boss Man. Tim White returned to the ring to find Venis making the cover and counted the pin on the Boss Man at 10:08.

Favoring his sore ankle, Mr. McMahon limps toward the back with the Boss Man's assistance while looking over his shoulder and glaring at Test and Ken Shamrock in the ring. McMahon then stops dead in his tracks. His jaw drops when he sees Stephanie on the jumbo Titantron screen admiring her bouquet of flowers and arranging them thoughtfully in a vase of water. McMahon is seething with rage as the crowd cheers ! Test continues to be a thorn in the side of the Boss and his corporate stable. And with that, we fade to black and the company logo.
WWF House Show Results (Attitude Era Circa Late 90's) - Corpus Christi, TX

1. Tiger Ali Singh (w/ Manservant Babu) defeated Al Snow (w/ "Head" ) by Camel Clutch submission at 3:56. Snow was injured prior to the match by a Neckbreaker from "A Real Man's Man" Steven Regal .

2. WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Taka Michinoku and Jesus Castillo were both disqualified at 6:37 in a non-title match when members of both competitors' respective stables Kaientai and Los Boricuas interfered.

3. Edge of the Brood (w/ Christian) over Jeff Hardy via Count Out at 9:07 when Hardy got into a confrontation with Christian OOR.

4. The Big Show pinned Kurrgan at 7:16 after Kurrgan ran into a raised boot to the jaw on a corner charge.

5. The Godfather & Dude Love defeated the New Blackjacks (Bradshaw & Windham) at 8:14. Windham was pinned by the Pimp Daddy following a Dude Love Double Arm DDT/ Godfather Jumping Leg Drop combo. This match was originally billed as a singles contest pitting Windham against the Godfather. The Blackjacks insisted that it be a tag team match and challenged anyone from the back to come out and be the Pimp Daddy's partner. Dude Love emerged to a big ovation from the crowd.

6. "HBK" Shawn Michaels of D-Generation X pinned Dan "The Beast" Severn (w/ "Beauty" aka Terri Runnels) with his Sweet Chin Music Superkick at 11:14. After the show, Michaels, who hails from San Antonio, stayed behind to sign autographs for the fans.
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